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Kelvedon keep top spot

12:32 16 September 2015

The Essex Olympian League campaign is underway

The Essex Olympian League campaign is underway

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Kelvedon Hatch remain top of the Essex Olympian League Premier Division thanks to a sensational goal from Mike Daniels.

Daniels, fresh from scoring a hat-trick against Newham United, scored against Springfield on Saturday with Jack Munroe notching the other in a 2-1 success which keeps them top with four wins from four.

Rayleigh Town also made it four from four thanks to a solitary strike from James Blewitt, which secured a 1-0 win over Frenford Senior.

Manford Way kept up their strong start to the campaign with a 5-1 triumph at Buckhurst Hill.

Ross Owen, Reece Tranter, Louis Wynter, Damian Yoxall and Suleyman Zuhdu all got on the scoresheet.

May & Baker were able to share a point with Harold Wood Athletic thanks to a great finish from Tony Fraser, who put the finishing touches to a fine team move.

Newbury Forest slip to the foot of the table after their 2-1 defeat at Harold Hill. Mark Doyle provided one of the goals, the other was via an own goal which Newbury Forest could ill-afford to do.

Hannakins Farm fell behind to White Ensign but two goals from Ben Swift and a header by Elliot Vile earned a 3-1 win.

In Division One Brendan Cavalier scored for Runwell, but they were beaten 3-1 by Hutton thanks to a brace by Jon Hilliard and a Ricky Butler strike.

Herongate Athletic had to come from behind again in Division Two, this time to secure a point against Old Barkabbeyans.

Wayne Power put Barkabbeyans ahead, but Athletic got back on level terms midway through the second half via Jack Davidson.

Frenford Senior Reserves won 5-1 in Division Three against Southend Sports following doubles by Reece Morley and Nick Hughes while Charlie Fairhead also found the net.

Upminster defeated Sungate 3-2 after Scott Andrews brace and a Matt Taylor strike.

In the Senior Cup, Toby brushed Ramsden Scotia aside with a 7-1 victory. Raymond Maher netted twice with Gary Bryson, Charlie Legg, Des Gallen, Anthony Kelsey and Taylor Mitchell also riffling home.

Broomfield also unloaded some artillery in their 6-2 win over Leytonstone United.

Aaron Elvin and Dean Bowman both score braces with Mark Coleman and Dean Murray bagging one apiece. Joshua James and Charlie Fitter score the Leytonstone replies.

Great Baddow pulled off a shock result at Division One outfit Canning Town. Playing a team from a higher echelon of the Olympian League plus having to play away did not deter the visitors in the slightest as they went on to win the game 4-1.

Matthew Crick, Dave Harrison, Scott Dixon and Dane Nelson all get on the score sheet and cancel out Steve Starkey’s goal for Canning Town.

Shenfield AFC also move into the next round after a 3-0 victory at LOASS. Josh Summer, Billy Texeria and Francis Wright provide the goals.

Louis Mackman scores twice for Westhamians alongside team mate Amon Walton-Owen, but it was Dagenham United who progressed after winning 4-3.

Also East Londoners beat Snaresbrook 3-2, Ryan won 4-0 at Epping, while Ongar Town ended Stambridge United’s interest in the competition with a 2-0 away win.

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