Dynamos make light work of those Boys!

PUBLISHED: 10:45 26 February 2009 | UPDATED: 12:40 11 August 2010



ECHO LEAGUE Chigwell Boys 0 Dagenham Dynamos 6 DAGENHAM Dynamos under-14s powered to a 6-0 victory over Chigwell Boys. The visitors went into the half time break at 2-0 up following goals from Alex Brailey and Des Davies. Second-half goals came from Aaro


Chigwell Boys 0

Dagenham Dynamos 6

DAGENHAM Dynamos under-14s powered to a 6-0 victory over Chigwell Boys.

The visitors went into the half time break at 2-0 up following goals from Alex Brailey and Des Davies.

Second-half goals came from Aaron Josiah, Sam Maguire and Louis Henry before an own goal sealed victory.

Dagenham Dynamos: Johnson, Tugwell, Raybe, Addo, Kisitu, Murdock, Henry, Brailey, Josiah, Davies, Wheeler, Adebaybi, Danquah, Maguire.

Sprint 0 Leys Park 3

LEYS PARK under-17s cruised past the challenge of Sprint.

The game was played in a good spirit throughout and was won with goals in the second half from Young, Murphy and Jago. Man of the match was Lewis Hammond.

Leys Park: Peacham, Olodo, Hammond, Maulkerson, Potts, Wakenell, Jago, Murphy, Mendbayar, Whitham, Young.

Cobra A 3 Bealonians 1

AN excellent performance from Cobra under-eights saw off Bealonians.

Two cracking goals sealed the victory. Taylor Olley was man of match.

Cobra: B Johnson, D Johnson, Morley, Olley, Atkin, K Blake, L Blake, Budge, Peerson.

Dagenham B 1 Cobra 3

COBRA under-11s eased past the stout challenge of Dagenham.

A hard-fought first half saw Cobra take a narrow 1-0 lead with a goal from Ernest Okoh.

The second half saw Dagenham score a penalty to make it 1-1, but Cobra stayed with the pace to earn a well-deserved victory thanks to another goal from Okoh and one from Joe Wilson.

Cobra: Willmore, Monk, Kelly, Meyers, Oakley, Landers, Chambers, Okoh, Wilson, Reardon, Redgrave, Basha, Puncher, Owen.

Loughton 2 Jays B 10

JAYS steamrollered rivals Loughton with some sizzling football.

An early save from the visitor's goalkeeper, Quinnell laid the foundations for this emphatic victory, inspired by man of the match Knight who scored six goals.

Hawkey maintained his record of scoring in every game by adding two, while Hayes and Mubanga also netted to insure Jays stayed top of the league.

Jays B: Quinnell, Gardener, Bernard, Yomba, Butcher, Hayes, Kiley, wright, Mubaga, Knight, Hawkey, Allen, Da-Costa, Bridges, Biggs.

Woodford Youth 1 Jays 2

JAYS under-10s were simply outstanding in this six-pointer with Woodford at the top of the table.

The home side needed to win to keep any hopes of winning the title alive, but Jays were industrious and took the lead through Cootes.

Woodford levelled, but Jays won it with Sach's clinical strike. Cootes picked up the man of the match award.

Jays: Francois, Bacon, Wilson, Aitchison, Cootes, Sach, Quinn, Haynes, Phillips, Colville.

Upney Tigers 3 Bardag 2

UPNEY TIGERS under-15s narrowly saw off a battling Bardag.

As Tigers pushed for first position in the table this was always going to be a bruising affair against a strong Bardag.

Upney took the lead early on through striker Jay Simmons and doubled it when a Ben Cox free-kick was headed home by Alex Chapman.

Bardag reduced their arrears and then levelled before Cox stole the winning goal. Man of the match was Danny Barclay with some great tackles.

Upney Tigers: Puddick, Newall, Collins, Moorton, Barclay, Gammaldi, Baker, Cox, Chapman, Wallace, Simmons, Bundock.

Old Bealonians 2 Cobra 5

COBRA under-13s powered past a brave Old Bealonians.

A great start to the game saw Owen score within the first two minutes, but Bealonians equalised before Pickett scored a great goal to see the first half finish 2-1 to Cobra.

In the second half Owen scored his second goal and though Bealonians fought back with another goal, Staines and Brown netted to seal victory. Man of match was Owen.

Cobra: Burke, Helps, Berrecloth, Lawrence, Pickett, Newlyn, Nelson, Staines, Chivuge, Owen, Ayers, Kuria, Cater, Baldry, Brown.

Amec 2 Buckhurst Hill 2

IN A dress rehearsal for the cup final in a fortnight's time, two very good teams put on a cracker of a match in this Division C clash.

Amec under-12s flew out of the blocks, taking a 2-0 lead inside 10 minutes with goals from Curtis Dawe and Mohammed Sharif.

Buckhurst Hill pulled level though, but there were some really eye-catching performances from Stuart Greaves and Jack Tinsley.

Amec: Shepherd, Bunduku, Payne, Fudal, Dove, Tinsley, Brown, Greaves, Barwick, Sharif, Dawes, Humphries, Aaron.

Colebrook Royals B 1 RRFC 3

RIVERSIDE RANGERS under-10s side-stepped a battling Colebrook Royals.

With some early short interchanges and some good movement off the ball, Riverside set up Tom Beckwith to slot home.

Colebrook constantly threatened to grab an equalisier, but man of the match Andrew Dukes defended well before Edward Johnson fired the ball into the roof of the net for his first goal for Riverside.

Jack Robery and Blu Thompson held firm at the back for them for most of the game and Tom Beckwith picked his spot to secure a 3-1 victory.

Riverside Rangers: Sach, Thompson, Robery, Dukes, Khan, Johnson, Davies, Syal, Beckwith.

Euro Dagenham 1 Rippleway 0

Euro Dagenham under-10s maintained their 100 per cent league record with a narrow victory against a dogged Rippleway side.

Despite dominating the match, Euro found it hard to break down their hard-working opponents and only a late strike by Michael Turner separated the sides.

However, the Dagenham side managed to stretch their lead at the top as they pursue the league title.

Euro: Parkyn, Harris, Turner, Folkes, Thomas, Morris Lunmnica, John.

Senrab B 1 Romford Royals B 2

ROMFORD ROYALS under-eights recorded a fine win over Senrab.

Royals took an early lead with a fantastic goal from Oliver Foreman, but this was cancelled out by half time when Senrab managed to equalise.

In the second half, Royals dominated and a good pass from man of the match Foreman set up Ben Stephenson, who fired the ball into the back of the net.

Romford Royals: Walters, Olley, Roach, Boot, Foreman (MOM), Jowers, Burch, Stephenson, O'Sullivan.

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