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Essex Senior League: Barking crush Burnham Ramblers to extend winning run to six

PUBLISHED: 10:30 17 October 2016

Omari Delgado (11) scored four goals for Barking against Burnham Ramblers (pic: Terry Gilbert)

Omari Delgado (11) scored four goals for Barking against Burnham Ramblers (pic: Terry Gilbert)

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Essex Senior League: Barking 7 Burnham Ramblers 0

James Peagram opens the scoring for Barking against Burnham Ramblers (pic: Terry Gilbert) James Peagram opens the scoring for Barking against Burnham Ramblers (pic: Terry Gilbert)

Barking eased to their sixth Essex Senior League victory in succession with a crushing 7-0 triumph at home to Burnham Ramblers on Saturday.

The Blues have been impressive form in the league this season, with 12 wins from 14 games so far, and took the lead after just seven minutes against Ramblers when James Peagram found the net.

Peagram added a second 12 minutes later before being joined on the scoresheet by strike partner Omari Delgado as the Mayesbrook Park outfit led 3-0 with just 26 minutes on the clock.

The hat-trick was complete for Peagram in the 28th minute, while Delgado also struck twice more before the break, in the 36th and 44th minutes, to finish his treble.

Delgado completed the rout with 21 minutes remaining in the game for his fourth of the afternoon as Barking raced to another big success.

The Blues continue to lead the way from Hullbridge Sports by four points, despite having played six games less than their closest rivals.

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