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Galaxy melt as Elim surge home

PUBLISHED: 15:50 05 March 2008 | UPDATED: 12:32 11 August 2010

EAST LONDON CHURCHES LEAGUE Elim United 23 Galaxy Stars 1 BRILLIANT Elim United under-15s crushed Galaxy Stars in ruthless fashion and racked up a cricket score. Sabajet Shuti and Emmanuel Johnson hit four goals each, hat-tricks were plundered by John Mot

EAST LONDON CHURCHES LEAGUE

Elim United 23 Galaxy Stars 1

BRILLIANT Elim United under-15s crushed Galaxy Stars in ruthless fashion and racked up a cricket score.

Sabajet Shuti and Emmanuel Johnson hit four goals each, hat-tricks were plundered by John Mota and Samuel Teshome, Mois Kaluakandi and Jeancy Disu hit braces while Bobby Griffin, Zaid Almauly, Srembin Shuti, Steven Gaman and Hoscene Meznagui all scored to pile on the misery for a deflated Galaxy.

THUNDERMITE LEAGUE

Jays Youth 7 Essex Royals 1

JAYS under-18s romped to an emphatic win over Essex Royals with some jaw-droppingly effective free-flowing football.

Man of the match Quinn notched a fine hat-trick and great approach play saw further chances carved out and goals for Duggan (2), Sheridan and Agah.

Jays: Fitzgerald, Duggan, Sheridan, Mansbridge, Hazle, Breedon, Quinn, Agah, Donald, O'Driscoll, Steadman.

EAST LONDON AND ESSEX LEAGUE

Chadwell Heath 2 Bush Hill 2

Neither side could score the all-important winner in this evenly matched under-15s contest.

Kia Gooden got the home side off to a flyer, converting an Owen Whittle free-kick to give Chadwell the lead. Hill piled on the pressure and equalised before a long-range shot from Danny Hughes in the second half restored the home side's advantage.

Heath could not hold on however as Bush Hill struck back to share the points. Goalkeeper James Hatwell was named man of the match

Chadwell Heath: Hatwell, Louth, Hughes, Myemba, J Elliott, Melvin, Whittle, G Hatwell, Mohdi, Gooden, Gibbon, M Elliott, Nash.

CHELMSFORD YOUTH LEAGUE

Springfield 4 Team Armada 2

Despite going two up the away side could not hold on to their lead going in this under-11s fixture.

James McMahon and Kieron Jones gave the away side the perfect start but four goals without reply for Springfield meant they went away with the points.

Armada: Fagg, Rhodes, Turner, Oldroyd, Taylor, McMahon, Plunkett, Fuller, Brown, Lebeau, Hogger, Grant, Jones.

Gidea Park Rangers 2 Roneo Colts A 2

A fantastic second half comeback from Roneo under-10's gave the away side a point at Gidea Park.

Roneo were 1-0 down at half-time and it got worse as the Gidea went two up. A great save from Alex Stephenson kept the away side in the game before goals from Shawn Harvey and Michael Lowry ensured a point for the Colts.

Roneo Colts: Stephenson, Davidson, Garner, Harvey, Russell, Lowry, Bell, Davies.

Team Armada A 3 Collier Row Juniors 0

In a tight first half of this under 10s fixture it was the home side who struck the first blow through Sonny Donelly.

Armada started the second period strongly and further goals from Jake Bryan and Michael Blogg sealed the victory. Omari Acheampong claimed the man of the match award.

Armada A: Tyler, Acheampong, Brown, Bryan, Blogg, Darling, Donnelly, Ryan, Rhodes.

Roneo Colts 0 Romford Boro A 0

Michael Hart was the hero in this under-sevens match with some outstanding saves to keep the away side out, and he deservedly took the man of the match award.

Alfie Arno went close for Colts as they took a point in their final game of the season.

Roneo Colts: Hart, Rodway, Hunt, Arno, Ahmet, Maydell, Gross, Crampton, Lucas, Stanley.

Roneo Colts 3 Hutton 6

Despite first half heroics from man of the match Michael Hart to keep the score down to two at the break, four second half goals in five minutes gave Hutton under-sevens a win in this friendly.

Give credit to Roneo though as they did not give up and struck back with three goals of their own from Alex Rodway and two from Alfie Arno.

Roneo Colts: Hart, Rodway, Hunt, Arno, Ahmet, Maydell, Gross, Crampton, Lucas, Stanley.

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