WEEK 2 REVIEW: All change at the top of the table as goals flood in

WEEK 2 REVIEW: All change at the top of the table as goals flood in

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Top spot in the Premier Division this week belongs to May & Bakers E.C. A after they kept their 100% winning run alive beating Melbourne Sports 3-0 at home. Michael Mignot knocked in his first goals of the new season as his hat-trick led Chingford Athletic to an 8-2 win over Rainham Working Mens Club.  Newham Res pick up their first win of the season to keep their own unbeaten run alive with a 2-0 away win up against Chingford Town. St Francis return to winning ways beating Eastside Rangers 6-3 at home.

Early leaders in Division One, Vittoriosa Falcons, show that they are looking to set the division on fire with a 7-1 win against Chingford Town Res with 3 goals from Daniel Vearer but day belonging to Nathan Scarborough who knocked in 4 goals. Forest Green drop down to second in the table behind Vittoriosa Falcons as they lost to a London Bari Res side 2-1 at home. Gradi Zitu was on target for Forest Green but goals from Jonathan Athkins and Jeffery Nketia took all three points for London Bari Res and puts them third in the table. St Johns Deaf & Blue Martin played out a high-scoring 3-3 draw at the Score Centre in Leyton and we round off Division One with Three Colts and Lord Nelson sharing the points in a 1-1 scoreline with Ross Smith scoring Three Colts' first competitive goal.

Cowley Community played their opening game of the new season at home which saw them run away with the game 6-0 against St Francis Res which sees them sitting top of the table. Just behind Cowley are Custom House who also started their season this weekend and picked up a 3-0 away victory with goals from Bradley Routledge and Paul Wooster to go with an Own Goal rounding the scoring off. League Cup holders, Leyton Green, couldn't quite start with a win and had to settle for a point at home against Singh Sabha Barking 1-1 with Fermat Erdogan notching the goal. Newham Royals lost 2-1  to new boys Canio while Grove United picked up maximum points on their first ever competitive outing, beating Northend Res 3-1 with Tommy Jones bagging a brace to go with Rob Willis' strike. Abayomi Ogumtoye was on target with Northend's goal.

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