Football: Division One takes centre stage in Hackney Super5League
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A round-up of the latest matches from the Hackney Super5League
With the Premier Division taking a break, Division One took centre stage in the latest round of Hackney Super5League matches.
Hackney Wolves remain top of the standings after halting Real Chance’s winning run with an 8-1 success, extending their lead at the summit to four points.
Leon, though, remain in hot pursuit in second after overcoming a resolute Tottenham Hotsnatch side to triumph 4-2.
For large periods, Leon looked to be on course for a draw, but kicked on in the second half by scoring two goals to secure the success.
Miss Kicks, meanwhile, are back in the top four after a three week absence after a 4-2 win over Romance, who currently sit third.
The other game in Division One saw Peckham Pigeons edged out PPFC to triumph 2-1 in a tight match.
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With no games in the Premier League, Outer Milan remain top, though only goal difference keeps them ahead of Colebrook, with both teams level on points.