Hackney & Leyton League: Cup holders Lapton progress

Dickie Davies Cup holders Lapton progressed to the last 16 of the competition after a 3-1 win over Premier League rivals Black Meteors.

Maurice Byfield gave Lapton an early lead, before Edward O-Ansah equalised for Meteors early in the second half.

Courtney Laidley restored Lapton’s lead before sealing the win with a stunning long range effort.

Last seasons runners-up Cosmopolitan crashed out after losing 6-4 to Hackney Borough.

Marlon Marriot-Dixon hit a hat-trick, while Lee Vega struck a double and Alex Bramble scored for Borough.

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Dominic St Hill, Roderick Mathurin, Richard St Clair and Sherwin Stanley replied for Cosmo.

Real Romania battled back from 2-0 down against Albion Manor to eventually win 4-3.

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Ionut Coropceanu struck twice, while Luciau Donnica and Catalin Cazacul were Real’s scorers, while Lee Wilbourne, Ricky Edwards and Vasyl Sulyouk replied for Albion.

Metwin needed extra time to beat Mustard, eventually winning 5-2, after the teams were deadlocked at two apiece after 90 minutes.

James Smith (2), Alan Eames, Michael Filleti and Sid Egan were Metwin’s scorers, with Billy Wenzel and Gregg McDougall Mustard’s scorers.

Red Dveils beat Storm 3-0 with goals from Alistair Buffonge, Carlos Nelson and Chris Nwosu, while Division Two side were narrowly defeated 3-2 by Wounded Knee of Division One.

Jason Reid, Andy Quayle and Dean ferguson scored for Knee, while Ashley Green and Adam Knights were on target for Angels.

Shakespeare progressed after a thrilling 4-3 win over Adam & Eve. Tommy Jenkins was the hero as his second hal;f strike won the match early in the second half.

Jenkins had scored in the first period for Shakes, whose other scorers were Michael Christodoulou and Ricky farah, while James Briggs, Dean Bail and Gavin Kealy replied for Eve.

Premier outfit Mile End were too strong Eastway olympis of Division Four, winning their matchup 5-0. Darly Levy, james Morris (2) and Javan St-Prix (2) were the Mile End goalscorers.

Chirivici hiot a hat-trick while Andrei Boris hit a brace as Vio Romania beat Florist Arms 5-1, for whom Jake Helm replied.

Bancroft were too strong for Azzurri One winning 6-0. Shane Allen struck twice, while Ben Hoskyns, Wesley Herkins, Temi and Ricky Tsrown all scored.

Pat Maxwell hit a treble, while Gregg Josling, Charlie Kennard and Mark Amodio all hit doubles as Bristow City hammered East London 9-1.

In the fFirst Round of the Jack Walpole Cup, Embassy Snooker got the better of Tergemo, winning 3-2 after extra time.

Dwayne Sharron struck the winner, while Aaron Johnson and Gideon Bellow were also on target. Dennis Osbourne and Thomas Carrington replied for Tergemo.

AFC Knights progressed to Round Two of the Jack Morgan Cup after hammering Bow Young Prince 10-1 thanks to a Chris Howard hat-trick, braces from D Kieran, L Hare, T Bowling, J Nane and E Kennedy, while W McBain also found the net.

In the Hackney & Leyton League Premier Division a Peter Luck strike was enough to earn Woodgrange Rovers a 1-0 win over Army & Navy.

FC Polit and Lancresse battled to a 1-1 stalemate, with Ryda Knight finding the net for Polit and Dean Richards for Lancresse.

Delta beat Wenlock Arms 3-1 in Diviison Two, thanks to a Jack Beard double and a Bashkim Selman strike, with Lee Southcott hitting Arm’s goal.

Warren Hackney won 4-1 against Alpha Grove with Luke Trimm, Same See, Jordan Grimes and David O’Connell all scoring for Hackney.

Goals by Daryl Barclay (2) and Adrian Raphael earned Cock Tavern a 3-3 draw with Midfield Hackney.

In Division Three Comets edged out Lockers 4-2, with goals from Steven Deering (2), Uli Izzett and Antony White, while Tom George and Ewan Willars replied for Lockers.

D Moreio smashed four, M Nolan three, while J Barfoot also scored as Chapel old Boys beat Birkbeck Orient 8-0.

Goals by Keith Harrison and Ricky Bartle earned Hackney O’s a 2-2 draw against Haggerston Nomads.

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