Hackney & Leyton League: Manor lose unbeaten record
Albion beaten 4-2 by Real Romania
Albion Manor lost their unbeaten record in the Premier League after suffering a 4-2 defeat at the hands of Real Romania.
Manor took the lead through Vasil Sopylyuk before a M Neculay goal and a strike from A Mieroi put Real 2-1 ahead.
Sopylyuk equalised for Romania, before late strikes from Ionut Coropceanu and A Vadliva sealed the win.
Champions Lapton fought back from 3-1 down to beat Woodgrange 4-3.
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FC Metwin were 3-1 winners over Amry & Navy, with Alan Eames, James Smith and Majid Nasiri scoring their goals, while Lee Makepeace replied for Navy.
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Bancroft United and Mile End played out a 1-1 draw with Shane Allen scoring for Bancroft and Lee Smith replying for Mile End.
In Division One, leaders Hackney Borough were too strong for FC Polit, winning 3-1.
Marlon Marriot-Dixon, Lee Vega and Alex Bramble were Hackneys’ scorers whileJohnny Tama replied for Polit.
FC Storm played out a thrilling game with Cosmopolitan, eventually winning 5-3, after leading 3-1 at the break.
V Chaut hit a double, while K SMal, V Styrinsky and A Kirilyk were all on target. Mark Warl-Warl, Nathan Allen and Darly Stanley scored for Cosmo.
Cmirivici Dahut was on fire for Vio Romania, scoring all four goals in their 4-2 win over Tergemo, for whom Danny Walker and Lee Chanton were on target, while Adam & Eve won 4-1 against Embassy Snooker.
In Division Two, an 85th minute strike from Adrian Wilezynski earned Delta 1-0 win over Alpha Grove.
A double from Steve Small, plus strikes from Jason Harley and Jason Laidley earned Jay Cubed a 4-2 win over Athletico Angels, with Michale Case hitting both for Angels.
Tottenham Phoenix edged out Wenlock Arms 4-3 with a double from Saeed Ali and goals from Karl O’Flaherty, Jason Orr and Ricky Hanmore.
Mustard beat AFC Knights 3-1 in Division Three, with goals from Harry Jones, Gary Silvera and George Green, with D Scoggins replying for Knights.
Adrian Raphael, D Greenwood and C Korsachki scored for Cock tavern as they lost 5-3 to Shoreditch Fire Penguins.
A double from Ross Coleman, plus strikes from cass Weaver and Ashley Mills earned Lockers a 4-3 win over Florist Arms.
Michael Parker and Marcus Jess both hit braces as Midfield overcame Regents Park Rovers 4-2, for whom Dominic Weiss and Ed O’Brien were on target.
Highams Park Rangers were 5-3 winners over Birkbeck Orient in Division Three, with Jamie Curris and Mark Christodolou hitting doubles and Paul Christodolou also on target, while Marcus Youngsam (2) and Martin Durant scored for Orient.
Dominic Lee, John Moore and own goal were enough for Eastway Olympia to beat East London 3-1, who replied with a Tolu Opangi strike.
A Desmond Pascal hat-trick and a Ryamond Richardson goal saw Walthamstow Village to a 4-1 win over Maynell.
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