Patience is a virtue in win
Brentwood 0 East London 3 PATIENCE was the key for East London as a controlled performance at Brent-wood earned them another precious league victory. The home side sit at the foot of League Division Three SE, but they were no pushovers as East London were
Brentwood 0 East London 3
PATIENCE was the key for East London as a controlled performance at Brent-wood earned them another precious league victory.
The home side sit at the foot of League Division Three SE, but they were no pushovers as East London were restricted to a just a handful of first-half chances, despite having most of the possession.
However, two early goals in the second half sent East London on their way to victory.
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First Rory Feldman flicked a loose ball in the D, high into the Brentwood goal, before Dan Hyden set up Adam Willoughby, whose initial strike was deflected past the unfortunate goalkeeper.
East London then began to dominate, with Steve Peck and Dan Tonkin outstanding in defence.
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Hyden rounded things off when he deflected a well-worked short corner over the line to seal the victory.
n The second XI lost 2-0 at home to Old Southendian.
East London had a raft of chances to score, but were unable to find the target.
The defeat leaves them chasing a seven-point gap to the final promotion spot from Division 5SE with only five games remaining.
The third XI faired better returning from Thurrock with a 4-0 victory.
A hat-trick from Adam Lord helped East London to take all three points and they now hold a strong position, lying second in Division 6SE.