Mullins hits double as underdogs Eagle overcome South London Sharks in cup final

Eagle celebrate a goal in their 3-0 win over South London Sharks in the Hackney & Leyton Sunday Leag

Eagle celebrate a goal in their 3-0 win over South London Sharks in the Hackney & Leyton Sunday League Junior Cup Final Football. Pic: David Simpson/TGS Photo - Credit: David Simpson/TGS Photo

Division Four side Eagle overcame the odds in emphatic style to lift the Hackney & Leyton Junior Cup as Carl Mullins starred in a 3-0 win over South London Sharks.

Man of the match Mullins scored twice, with Malaki Henry notching the other as the Division Three outfit had no answers.

Relegated Highfield hammered Mustard 5-0 in the Hackney & Leyton League Premier Division, while Young London Meteors were awarded a win over Shakespeare.

Martin Keys scored a hat-trick as Hacimac beat Boroughs United 4-3 to move to within three points of safety in Division Two.

Dean Ellul was also on target, while David Frost, Jordan Lych and Kevin Pullinaj responded for Boroughs.

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Jack Barry are still in danger of relegation after they lost 7-2 to Delta Athletic. Danyal Veli and Albert Bawrice both scored trebles while Ricky Hennessy completed the rout, with Adam Davidson and Ben Montgomery scoring for Barry.

Champions Stepney remain the league’s only unbeaten team after they overcame Top Red 5-3 with goals from Larry Corrall, Darius Freeman, Nicky Maynard and two from Johnny Ashman.

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Meanwhile, Quinine drew 2-2 with BG United, with Neil Harte’s brace for the league’s bottom side cancelled out by two goals from Krasen Vasilev for BG.

Regent’s Park Rovers celebrated promotion from Division Three with a 3-1 win over Wojak Sunday. It was Sunday who took the lead through Nick Ashworth, but Rovers stormed back with goals from Stuart Taugart, Pat Paisley and Martin Pellummy.

Bocca beat Gladstone 2-1 with both goals coming from Jack Beard, while James Mathews scored for Wanderers.

In Division Four, Black Borough beat Bethune 8-2, with Charlie Akann’s four goals followed by braces from Jamie Gardner and David Dice. Alfie Simpson and Ricky Hanmore scored for Bethune.

Wenlock Arms moved one step closer to being crowned champions as they romped to a 9-0 triumph over Eastway Olympia. Alfie Moss scored a hat-trick while Harry Smyth went one better, scoring four.

Mohammed Handouni completed the scoring, while Birkbeck B drew 0-0 with Dynamo Gobbler.

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