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Sport Unite Me clinch Super5League title

PUBLISHED: 13:00 04 December 2018

The latest football news (pic: David Davies/PA)

The latest football news (pic: David Davies/PA)

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The latest results from the Hackney Super5League

Sport Unite Me clinched the Hackney Super5League Advanced Division title with a game to spare after beating Romance 3-2.

The league leaders only needed to win one of their final two games to guarantee the title and were crowned champions with their latest success.

PCY will finish as runners-up after a 5-3 success over Misfits guaranteed them second place.

The other games in the division saw Wonderkid beat E.L.L 6-2 and GDFC overcome Stoke Newington 7-1.

In the Intermediate Division, Miss Kicks and Colebrook remain in the hunt for the title following big wins.

Miss Kicks thrashed PLFC 17-0, while Colebrook eased to a 5-1 success over All-Stars.

The other games saw Leon record an 8-0 win over MSA & Frenford, while N16ers beat Hackney Wick 4-0.

The race for the Beginners Division title will go down to the final game with Whippets, Lush Lyfe and Tottenham Hotsnatch all level on points.

Whippets moved to the top of the standings with a 5-1 win over Tottenham Hotsnatch, while Lush Lyfe beat Torriano 9-4.

The other games in the division saw Brockwell United beat GDFC 3-2, while PPFC defeated Peckham Pigeons 1-0.

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