Hackney & Leyton League: Real Romania go top after win
REAL ROMANIA are the new leaders of the Premier Division with their 5-0 victory over Independiente sending them top on goal difference.
Ionut Coropceaui grabbed a hat-trick, while Geogre Amacei and Lucian Dominca each got their name on the score sheet as Real ran riot.
Black Meteors moved second after beating previous leaders Albion Manor 3-0, with a double from Richard Owusu and a Poku Domfeh strike.
FC Metwin staged a fantastic comeback to score two goals in the last five minutes, claiming a 3-3 draw with Mile End.
A double by Lee Smith and a Jamie Morris strike looked to have won the game for Mile End, but Kevin Smith (2) and Jamie Morris salvaged a draw for their side.
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Red Devils edged out Bancroft United 3-2 with goals from Alistair Buffonge, Carlos Nelson and Kay Jones, while Army & Navy were awarded the game against Woodgrange Rovers.
Division One leaders Hackney Borough were 3-1 victors over Wounded Knee.
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Michael Hendricks, Alex Bramble and Lee Vega all found the target, while Russell Hughes replied for the defeated Wounded Knee.
Adam & Eve move up to second after a comfortable 6-2 win over Vio Romania for whom Grab Ion scored both.
FC Storm edged out FC Polit 3-2. I Prodeni, N Vashafmadze and L Zdanye scored for Storm, while Tommy Mayers and E Peace replied for Polit.
Tergemo moved off the foot of the table after a Shaun Manly hat trick helped them to a 3-1 win over Embassy Snooker, who led through Gideon Bellow.
Division Two leaders Shakespeare edged out Para Siempre 2-1, with goals by Sach Prigg and Dave Walker.
Tottenham Phoenix remain three points behind after a Ruel Sandiford treble and strikes from K Thompson and K Smith gave them a 5-4 win over Delta.
Jay Cubed were big winners as they thrashed Athletico Angels 5-0, with a Dean Johnson double and goals from Nathan Rose, Jonathan Corbett and Jason Fixon.
Warren Hackney beat Bristow City 6-1, with doubles from Luke Trimm and David O’Connell, while Patrick Galizer and Samuel See were also on target.
Mustard are the new Division Three leaders after ending former pacesetters Comets unbeaten league run.
Edward Smith struck twice and Greg McDaniel once as Mustard won 3-2, with Antony White and Billy Stevens replying for Comets.
Kane Reid hit a hat-trick, while Jason Whitehead (2) and Jake Helm scored as Florist Arms beat Azzurri One 6-1.
Lockers keep in touch at the top after a 5-1 win over Cock Tavern, with Paul Ellerby (2), John Allen (2) and Sol Ashey the scorers, with Lee Southcott scoring a consolation.
AFC Knights beat Regents Park Rovers 3-2 thanks to a Dean Scoggins brace and a Dan Martin strike, while Shoreditch Fire Penguins hammered Midfield 8-0.
Chapel Old Boys retained their lead at the top of Division Four following a 10-0 demolition of Eastway Olympia.
Highams Park won 4-2 against Birkbeck Orient, with goals by Paul and Mark Christodoulou, plus Adam McKinnon and Jamie Curtis. Harry Raymond and Johnson Odokanyeo replied for Orient.
Hackney O’s kept in touch with the top two with a 7-0 win over Maynell. Rob McAdams, D Munero and Richie Leigh all hit doubles, while Kwesi Garde also found the target.
Ellis Allen and Rob Woolfenden scored for Bow Young Prince, who were beaten 3-2 to Haggerston Nomads.
A double from Simon Pascal earned Walthamstow Village a 2-1 win over East London.
Lapton moved into the quarter finals of the Jack Walpole Cup after beating Division Two side Wenlock Arms 6-1.
Ibby Ranks (2), Ade Wale, Abdull Johnson, Obi Nasir and Maurice Byfield all scored, while Ricky Hanmore replied for Wenlock.