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ESSEX COUNTY GIRLS LEAGUE West Ham Ladies 20 Clacton Athletic 0 A RETURN to Essex County Girls League duty proved invigorating for a rampant West Ham Ladies under-16 team. They were far too strong for a spirited Clacton side, with Kimmilee Day netting
West Ham Ladies 20
Clacton Athletic 0
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A RETURN to Essex County Girls' League duty proved invigorating for a rampant West Ham Ladies under-16 team.
They were far too strong for a spirited Clacton side, with Kimmilee Day netting nine goals, Amy Cooley five, Gemma Abea and Katie Bottom two, while Rebecca Broadstock and Sophie Reed also hit the target.
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West Ham Ladies: L Picton, Baldwin, Trimby, Foster, Feltham, Reed, Bottom, Broadstock, Abela, Day, Cooley, F Picton.
West Ham Ladies 2
Ockendon Rhinos 0
WEST Ham Ladies under-14s were given a stern examination by a powerful and direct Ockendon Rhinos side, but emerged 2-0 winners.
Two second-half Shadai Miller strikes were enough to win this Essex League encounter.
A relieved Hammers manager, Jim Maycock, felt the side had dealt well with Rhinos' aerial bombardment.
"It was vital not to let the ball bounce and the girls took responsibility for making sure that didn't happen," he said. "The finishing was not going our way, but we kept calm and managed to keep playing football until the goals came.
Tigers 0 West Ham 4
WEST Ham Ladies under-12s surged past Tigers with determination and fighting spirit.
Mollie Rose opened the scoring with a great goal, followed by one from Ciara Bland.
Georgia Hopkins confirmed the win with two powerful strikes in the last 10 minutes.
West Ham Ladies: Bland, Hill, Hodges, Hopkins, Martin, Peverill, Richards, Rose, Sillitoe, Alford, Harvey, Jameson.
Dagenham United 1 Prostar 2
PROSTAR under-13s battled hard to take the points in this thrilling match.
Dagenham took an early lead, but the visitors equalised in the second half through Louis Deans.
Geofrey Chobblah climbed off the bench to drill home the winner, his 10th goal this season.
Prostar: Grisolia, Thomas, Ellis, Dike, Jacobbs, OLusanjo, Costello, Harris, Holland, Lambert, Deans, Cox, Hyjas, Chobblah.
Senrab A 0 Dagenham Utd A 1
Senrab under-13s dominated for long periods, but paid the price for missed chances.
Elliot Brown had a fine debut for Senrab on an otherwise disappointing day.
Senrab: Hession, Collier, Brown, Bader, White, Buck, Croxford, Edgar, Smallwood, Elliman, Kizza, Nnaji, Matthews, Harris, Mohamed.
Senrab A 1
Interwood Youth A 1
SOLID Senrab under-12s picked up a point against a decent Interwood outfit.
Man of the match Daniel Okojie and Tommy Buckingham were both outstanding for Senrab, who scored when Ebenezer Pinto netted after good work from Franco Mici.
Senrab: Shepherd-Bowman, Buckingham, Belindir, Okojie, Duarte, Green- Wilson, Toussaint, Pinto, Mici, Mapp, St. Rose, Fenech, Ouriaghli, Rixon.
Prostar Wildcats 2 Tigers B 0
GOALS from Jay Batchelor and Sulaiman Ba helped Prostar Wildcats under-10s to victory at the weekend.
Prostar took an early lead when a shot from Umar Farooq Zinga was bundled in by Batchelor, and they clinched the points when Ba netted late on.
EMH C 1 Prostar B 3
PROSTAR B under-10s picked up their first win of the season at EMH.
The visitors took an early lead when Montel Vernage linked up with Sid Harvey, who finished with a lovely angled strike.
Prostar kept a tight grip on the game with strong leadership from defenders Ethan Bellevue and Opeyemi Adegbola, while the midfield was dominated by Levi Thompson-Davis.
The youngsters were caught cold in the second half as EMH levelled the scores, but Harvey made it 2-1.
Excellent wingplay from Joshua Omara-Sasu and Joshua Imbert forced their hosts into mistakes and Prostar took advantage as Harvey completed his hat-trick in the closing stages.
Prostar: Banis, Adegbola, Banas, Bellevue, Harvey, Imbert, Omarie-Sasu, Thompson-Davis, Vernege .