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West Ham 9 Colchester United 0 A FIRST half hat-trick from Samantha Pittuck sent West Ham on their way to a convincing 9-0 victory over Colchester United to lift their maiden Essex Women s Cup crown at Maldon Town s Wallace Binder Ground. West Ham went a
West Ham 9
Colchester United 0
A FIRST half hat-trick from Samantha Pittuck sent West Ham on their way to a convincing 9-0 victory over Colchester United to lift their maiden Essex Women's Cup crown at Maldon Town's Wallace Binder Ground.
West Ham went ahead through Tracey Duxbury, with the same player doubling the lead, before a Zoe Marshall strike and Pittuck's treble.
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In the second half, Gemma Shepherd made it seven, before Clare Rodgers and Julia Setford completed the rout.
West Ham: Smith, Sullivan (Grafton 53), Barling, Holmes, Roache (Setford, 62), Jade Dempster, Gemma Shepherd, Lindsey Morgan (Rogers, 53), Marshall, Pittuck, Duxbury.
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West Ham Ladies 3 Silver End 0
A CONTROLLED performace from West Ham Ladies under-16s saw them defeat Silver End.
The young Hammers continued towards yet another league title by playing good football, with goals from Holly Griffin, Gemma Abela and new signing from Spurs, Lindsey Cockle.
Manager's player of the game went to vice-captain Katie Bottom.
West Ham Ladies 7
Beacon Hill Rovers 0
A MADDIE THOMAS hat-trick helped West Ham under-16s to a comfortable win over Beacon Hill on Sunday.
Along with Thomas, Gemma Abela struck twice, while Kimmilee Day and Katie Bottom each scored once.
West Ham: L Picton, Griffen, Baldwin, Broadstock, Trimby, Cooley, Bottom, Cockle, Feltham, Abela, Thomas, Day, Keown, Foster, F Picton.
West Ham 6 Writtle 1
WEST HAM Ladies under-16s were in dominant form as they easily dispatched Writtle at the weekend.
Charlotte Devlin gave the Hammers an early lead, before Writtle levelled just before the break.
Strikes from Libby Patten, Ellie Webster and Jaiden Brown restored their superiority, before another Devlin strike and an Amber Stokes goal completed the win.
Ockendon Rhinos 1
West Ham Girls 4
DANNIELLE ROBERTSON scored twice as West Ham girls under-14s were too strong for Ockendon at the weekend.
The Hammers were dominant from the outset and Lillie Kershaw gave the visitors the lead, before Robertson scored either side of the break.
Ockendon pulled a goal back, but Lillie Kershaw made sure of the points with a powerful drive.
West Ham Girls 4 Maldon Town 0
A STUNNING second-half display from West Ham girls under-14s meant they registered a fine win over Maldon.
After a goalless first period, Faye Cook gave West Ham the lead, Dannielle Robertson doubled their advantage, before Leigh Houlihan and Leah Wilson completed the scoring.
West Ham: Williams, S Mitchell, M Mitchell, Kershaw, McLean, Houlihan, Hayes, Robertson, Cook, Sorenson, Wilson.
Senrab A 3 Byron Red Star 1
SENRAB under-13s fought back from a goal behind to grab the three points last weekend.
Byron took an early lead, but Senrab equalised just before half time through Jordan Wellington-Emile.
The hosts took control in the second half and goals from Sam Bader and Wellington-Emile sealed the victory.
Senrab: Hession, Collier, Bader, Sesay, White, Brown, Edgar, Croxford, Smallwood, Harris, Kizza, Wellington-Emile, Nimoh-Badu, Matthews, Nnaji, Elliman.
Pro-Star 1 Loass 3
INJURY-ravaged Pro-Star under-13s had their title hopes dented after going down 3-1 at home to Loass.
Deans gave Pro-Star a early lead with a fine goal, although Loass levelled just before the break.
The second half saw Loass grab two more goals, as Pro-Star's frequent attacks were met with some questionable offside decisions.
Pro-Star: Taylor, Thomas, Dike, Jacobbs, Deans, Ellis, Costello, Nichols, Holland, Harris, Lambert, Hyjas, Olusanjo, Peter, Grisolia, Cox.
Woodford Youth 2
Pro-Star Wildcats 1
A valiant effort from Pro-Star Wildcats under-10s was not enough as they crashed to defeat at Woodford.
In a closely-fought match, Pro-Star started brightly and took the lead with a tap-in from Umar Farooq Zinga, following a shot by Gyemfi Acheampong.
Woodford Youth equalised before half time with a powerful finish.
The match remained finely poised in the second half until Woodford took the lead with a bouncing shot, which they held on to to secure the points.
Pro-Star Wildcats 4 EMH A 2
PRO-STAR Wildcats showed great resolve to get the better of EMH on Sunday.
The early exchanges were closely fought and Pro-Star took the lead with a crisp shot from Jay Batchelor, only for EMH to reply almost immediately after indecision at the back for Pro-Star.
Darien Thomas scrambled a second for Pro-Star and at half time, the match was finely poised.
In the second half, Pro-Star extended their lead with a delicate flicked finish from Umar Farooq Zinga, only to be pegged back again by a plucky EMH.
The hosts were finally able to breathe more easily after Gyemfi Achemapong made it 4-2 near to the end.