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ESSEX OLYMPIAN LEAGUE Westhamians reserves 4 Hannakins Farm 0 WESTHAMIANS made light work of Hannakins Farm to preserve their lead at the top of Reserve Division Two.
ESSEX OLYMPIAN LEAGUE
Westhamians reserves 4 Hannakins Farm 0
WESTHAMIANS made light work of Hannakins Farm to preserve their lead at the top of Reserve Division Two.
Si Haley netted a brace to give the home side the lead, before Sam Bonham made it three. The Hammers saved the best until last when a tremendous move was finished by Paul Cochrane.
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ESSEX SUNDAY COMBINATION
Lacey Wanderers 2 Samparo 1
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LACEY WANDERERS toppled third- placed Samparo with an all-action display in Sunday's Division One clash.
After a goalless first half, the hosts upped the tempo in the second period and scored two quick goals.
First Gipps capitalised on a defensive error to blast the hosts ahead and then Whitrod scored a wonderful individual effort. The visitors managed to pull a goal back through Alabaster before the full-time whistle.
Waterloo 1 Manford Way 2 (aet)
MANFORD WAY under-16s booked their place in the semi-finals of the London Cup with an extra-time win.
The visitors opened the scoring after 10 minutes when J Edkins converted a corner. Just before the break though Waterloo restored parity.
The score remained 1-1, sending the game into extra-time. After a goalless first period, Manford grabbed the win thanks to a free kick from J Oates.
Manford Way: Hammon, Burnage, Linton, Kelly, Omamogho, Nicholson, Cooper, Sheehan, Hurley, Wynter, Mahendran, Ripsher, Edkins, Oates, Richardson, Fletcher, Phillipou.
ESSEX ANDREWS CUP
Redbridge 4 Aztec 1
REDBRIDGE under-14s swept aside Aztec to book their place in the next round of the Essex Andrews Cup.
The hosts took the lead when Steven Stone slotted home from the spot. The visitors responded and scored a penalty to level the scores.
The tie turned in the second half when Ronnie Winn rippled the net with a 30-yard screamer.
From that moment on Redbridge looked in control and Ben Megennis added a third before Stone scored his second to secure the win.
ESSEX COUNTY CUP
Dunmow Rhodes 0 Chigwell A 2
CHIGWELL A advanced to the fourth round of the County Cup.
The visitors weathered the storm in the first half and took the lead after the interval with a Sean O'Callaghan blockbuster.
O'Callaghan then turned provider with a lovely pass to Charlie Stutz who chipped the Dunmow keeper from the edge of the box.
Chigwell: Chuter, Stevenson, Hadley, Siziba, Hammerton, Betts, Wheatley-Turner, O'Callaghan, Stutz, Stevens, Ndugbu, Andrews, Davis, Ageyman.
Redbridge 1 Ryan 1
(Redbridge won 3-2 on penalties)
RYAN were dumped out of the Challenge Cup on penalties by Redbridge under-nines.
The scores were 1-1 after extra-time, with O'Connell on target for Redbridge and it was the visitors who held their nerve in the shoot-out.
Redbridge: Beveridge, Balogun, Benet, Livermore-Rose, O'Connell, Bregman, Kayembe, C Barratt, G Barratt, Bhatti.
Redbridge 7 Wadham 0
REDBRIDGE under-nines soared to a seven goal win over Wadham.
Kayembe was the star of the show netting a hat-trick. O'Connell bagged a brace and C Barratt and Bregman added their names to the scoresheet. Balogun and Livermore-Rose were also outstanding.