Preview: Essex Olympian League (Sat 14 Dec) [EOFL 19/20 12.12.19]

Written by Scott W  [Twitter: @ScottMHC14]

Hello and welcome to my preview of Essex Olympian League action on Saturday 14th December. The Olympian League gets its own Half-Season Report episode on Grassroots Football Show, set for next Thursday (19th Dec), check out @ELRFootball on Twitter for details. This weekend’s are highly likely to be subject to change/postponement due to inclement weather, with the exception of artificial pitches, noted as [3G] below.

Saturday 14 December

Premier Division

 

Basildon Town  v  Catholic Utd    | Basildon Sports Club

Canning Town   v   Sungate    | West Ham Community Grd [3G]

Harold Wood Athletic  v    Old Southendian   | Harold Wood Rec

Kelvedon Hatch   v    Shenfield AFC    | New Hall

Leigh Ramblers   v   Buckhurst Hill    | Belfairs Park

Springfield   v   Bishop’s Stortford Swifts    | Springfield Hall Park

 

Senior Division One

Chingford Athletic  v   Lakeside   | Town Mead [3G]

Galleywood   v   Herongate Athletic    | Clarkes Field (* 2.30pm KO)

Old Chelmsfordians  v    Toby   | Lawford Lane

Rayleigh Town Res    v    Manford Way  | London Road

Snaresbrook   v   Runwell Sports   | Nutters Field

 

Anagram Records Trophy – Hutton  v  FC Hamlets  | Polo Fields

 

Senior Division Two

Beacon Hill Rovers  v  Laindon Orient   | Wickham Bishops Sports Ground (1.30pm KO)

Corinthians  v  Harold Wood Athletic Res  | Stambridge Memorial Ground

Epping Town  v  Wakering Sports   | Stonards Hill

May & Baker Res  v  Rochford Town  | May & Baker FC

Old Southendian Res  v  Leigh Town   | Garon Park

 

 

Senior Division Three

Hullbridge Sports ‘A’  v  Basildon Town Res   | Lower Road

Leigh Town Res  v  Corinthians Res    | John Burrows Recreation Ground

Wakebury  v  Collier Row   | Shoebury Park

White Ensign Res  v  Hutton Res   | Len Forge Centre [3G]

Lakeside Res  v  ACD Utd  | Lakeside Sports Ground [3G]

 

 

 

Senior Division Four

Roydon  v  Ongar Town Res  (1.30pm KO)

Forest Glade  v  Catholic Utd  Res

Laindon Orient Res  v  Canning Town Res

Leytonstone Utd  v  Old Chelmsfordians Res

Shenfield AFC Res  v  Galleywood Res

Wakering Sports Res  v  Chingford Athletic Development

 

Senior Division Five

Bishop’s Stortford Swifts Res  v  Springfield Res

Collier Row Res  v  Herongate Athletic Res

Roydon Res  v  Leigh Ramblers Res

Runwell Sports Res  v  Newbury Forest Res

Wakering Sports Development  v  Shoebury Town Res

 

 

Round-up: Essex Olympian League & Senior Cup (Sat 7 December) [EOFL 19/20 8.12.19]

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Image from Corinthians 1 – 3 Old Southendian Res this weekend [Image: Scott W]
Written by Scott W  [Twitter: @ScottMHC14] – Non-League & EOFL Writer

 

Hello and welcome to this week’s Essex Olympian League round-up, which includes matches from the top four divisions & more on Saturday 7th December. Thanks for reading.

 

Saturday 7 December

Premier Division

In the top-tier, Sungate are the new leaders of the division after a narrow 1 – 0 win at Shenfield AFC. One loss in their last six matches see the ‘Gate a point clear of Catholic Utd who powered past Springfield 7 – 3 in a entertaining encounter at the Len Salmon Stadium. Luke Trice netted a treble for Dan Trenkel’s side, with Jay Nash getting a brace plus Aaron Baldwin & Brad Vaughan were also on target. Springfield had Dylan Caramba-Coker, Oliver Evans and replacement Harrison Elles to thank for their goals though they drop to sixth, behind Rayleigh Town on goal difference.

Meanwhile, Leigh Ramblers ended their recent winless run with a 2 – 0 success at Old Southendian, with Ryan Lowe and Justin Lowe strikes proving the difference in a team-wide good performance, which sees Wayne Seal’s team rise to third, at least temporarily given their rivals have games in hand on them. Kelvedon Hatch were held 3 – 3 by strugglers Canning Town at New Hall, which gave the visitors the point they needed to rise off the foot of the table.

 

Match Postponed: Harold Wood Athletic  P – P  Basildon Town (Waterlogged pitch)

 

Senior Division One

Now into a reduced programme in Senior One, and Chingford Athletic remain seven points clear at the summit, thanks to a 3 – 1 triumph over Rayleigh Town Res at Town Mead. The goals came from Mickey Mesmin, Alex Gordon and an OG as Ath got their fifth straight league win. Town’s Ressie side remain in mid-table. Elsewhere, Manford Way drew 2 – 2 with Toby at London Marathon Sports Ground. Olajide Yusuff and Paul Marjason struck for Manford though goals by Nic Keyamo and Sam Parrish levelled things for Toby who got their second point of the season. Manford are winless in their last four matches and sit 7th. Also, Old Chelmsfordians won 4 – 1 at Herongate Athletic to retain second spot, four points ahead of Ongar Town.

Match Postponed: Snaresbrook  P – P  Galleywood   | (Waterlogged Pitch)

 

Senior Division Two

In EOFL Senior Two, Leigh Town roared back to the top of the standings after a fine 6 – 2 win over AS Rawreth at John Burrows Recreation Ground. Shane Cooper and Tom Byford both nabbed braces here, alongside one each for Daniel Driscoll and Max Jones. Town are unbeaten in their nine league matches thus far now, the only side still unbeaten. Rawreth struck through Louis Hill’s double though it’s nine consecutive defeats for them now as they drop to last place. Laindon Orient won 3 – 1 at Rochford Town, thanks to a Charlie Mann double & one from ex-Southend Manor midfielder Ricky Bowyer. Matt Welsh got the solitary Rochford goal as Orient’s third win in their last five outings sees them remain sixth. Town stay third-bottom after their fifth loss on-the-spin.

Meanwhile, in the match I attended at Stambridge Memorial Ground, Old Southendian Res put in a very gritty display to defeat Corinthians 3 – 1. Ben Franklin’s two goals & one from skipper Oliver Tatton-Bennett won the contest, and a hard-working defensive showing assisted them with Nathan Dewberry on the score-sheet for Chris Stoneham’s side. If you’d like more on this match, my report is available here: survivor16b.wordpress.com/2019/12/07/match-report-corinthians-1-3-old-southendian-res-sat-7th-dec-eofl/

Also, May & Baker Res made a blistering comeback to win 5 – 2 at Epping Town. Kurt Smith and Joe Thomas netted for Billy Cove’s side though they were also reduced to ten men in what was their first loss this term in the league.Bakers recovered superbly thanks to doubles from John Mogege and Ricardo Teixiera and one from George Dawood.

Ryan drew 2 – 2 with Harold Wood Athletic Res with Krasimir Kamboshev getting both Ryan goals & Mike Lowry notching both for Wood’s second side. As a result, both sides are in the bottom four while Beacon Hill Rovers won 3 – 2 at Wakering Sports, with Sam Holden getting two of the Rovers goals. Adebolu Adeyemi got the other while Ben Rowe and replacement Ben Aston notching the Sports goals here.

 

Senior Division Three

Finally for this section, in Senior Three, with their nearest rivals not in action due to postponements, Wakebury went two points clear at the top with a fine 5 – 1 win over White Ensign Reserves at Shoebury Park. Christopher Gore led the way with a treble, plus Daniel Buglione and Charlie Little also chipping in for Matt Cardy’s side. Hullbridge Sports ‘A’ finally ended their winless run with an important 1 – 0 at fellow strugglers Lakeside Res, with Josh Boswell getting the crucial goal for Jason Mole’s side. Hutton Res also won, 3 – 0 at home to Leigh Town Reserves thanks to strikes by Harry Calder, Stephen Judge and substitute Harry Lane. That win sees them stay 9th but gain ground on the sides above them.

 

Matches Postponed: Collier Row  P – P  Corinthians Res   | Forest Row Centre

Toby Res  P – P  ACD Utd  | Ford’s Sports Club (Newbury Park – Toby pitch)

 

Senior League Cup Results

Bishop’s Stortford Swifts  2 – 2  Hutton  (Hutton won 5 – 4 on pens) | Silver Leys

Rayleigh Town  4 – 0  Lakeside   | London Road

 

Essex Junior Cup

Buckhurst Hill Res  0 – 1  Wakering Sports Res

Shoebury Town ‘A’  5 – 2  Basildon Town Res 

 

Senior Division Four Results

Catholic Utd Res  0 – 1  Chingford Athletic Development

Galleywood Res  3 – 4  Ongar Town Res

Laindon Orient Res  1 – 6  Roydon

Leytonstone Utd  1 – 2  Forest Glade

Old Chelmsfordians Res  5 – 3  Shenfield AFC Res

 

Senior Division Five Results

Leigh Ramblers Res  3 – 2  Wakering Sports ‘A’

Newbury Forest Res  0 – 5  Bishop’s Stortford Swifts Res

Roydon Res  1 – 0  Old Barkabbeyans  

Shoebury Town Res  P – P  Collier Row Res

Springfield Res  9 – 1  Herongate Athletic Res

 

Match Report: Corinthians 1 – 3 Old Southendian Res (Sat 7th Dec) [EOFL 19/20 7.12.19]

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Venue: Stambridge Memorial Ground

2019 – 20 Season: Match 44

Saturday 7th December 2019 – 2.00pm KO

Corinthians: Sky Blue & White Striped Shirts, Black Shorts, Black Socks

Old Southendian Res: Green Shirts, Black Shorts, Green Socks

 

OS Ressies battle hard to claim big win at Corinthians

Corinthians 1 – 3 Old Southendian Reserves

Match Report & Photos by Scott W [Twitter: @ScottMHC14]

This weekend’s match saw me divert back to the Essex Olympian League ‘arena’ as two of the top six sides in Senior Division Two faced each other in Corinthans and Old Southendian Reserves at the Stambridge Memorial Ground. Both sides were in good form in recent weeks, with only one loss each thus far this term. Chris Stoneham’s hosts named a front three of Jake Hodder, John Bolton-Smith and Nathan Dewberry with Nathan Warren between the sticks and Alfie Knight skippering the side. Bill Wilton and Theo Cannon were among the options on the home bench. They were without Connor Summerhill, Jake Lang and Ollie Brickwood here. The ‘Old Boys’ second-side had regular stopper George Dugdale in goal, a back four of Ryan Kelly, Andrew Cable, Thomas Smith and Thomas Margerison. Greg Molford and Ben Franklin led their attack with Lewis Caplin, David Stubbs and Thomas Adams making up their substitutes’ bench.

As we got started, it was clear that the pitch was in good nick considering the recent rain though was still a little slippery. Chances were not hard to come by in the opening minutes of the match as forward Nathan Dewberry could have added to his glistening goal-tally a minute into the contest though prodded wide of the far post. Seconds later, OS skipper Oliver Tatton-Bennett caught a home defender in possession and his lay-off found forward Greg Molford in a good position though he also shot wide of Nathan Warren’s goal.

At the other end, visiting goalkeeper George Dugdale was called into action just a few minutes in to deny midfielder Luke Owen’s strike though as we got into the second third of the half, the visitors found another gear. Ben Manley’s team found their rhythm going forward even if they didn’t quite have the finishing to match it as winger Jack Dagget twice failed to bypass Warren and early replacement David Stubbs’s near-post effort was blocked at close range.

As the half entered its final five minutes, you sensed this one could not remain a stalemate for long. The hosts kept pushing for that opening goal as Dewberry’s initial effort on goal was blocked, only for a follow-up effort by way of an acrobatic John Bolton-Smith overhead kick to slither wide of the left-side post. Old Southendian Reserves responded at the other end as Stubbs raced clear though when one-on-one with Warren, the ‘keeper pulled off a smart save to deny him. The drama didn’t end there as seconds before the interval, a corner from the far side was powerfully headed in by Ben Franklin to give the visitors a timely lead, despite it being wafer-thin at this point.

Half-Time: Corinthians 0 – 1 Old Southendian Res

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We could have had four or five goals by this point on another day and both sides continued to attack after the break. Corinthians were being frustrated by gritty, uncompromising defending by the visitors who certainly put their bodies on the line at times too. Soon after the break, efforts from midfielder Matt Burrell and Dewberry couldn’t evade Dugdale in the OS goal and on the counter, the visitors could have extended their lead as supporting forward Andrew Turner made another telling run down the middle though Franklin was unable to follow-up as he lamped his strike over the goal frame. Nine minutes into the half, the pace of the game was steadily rising as on the counter-attack themselves, home forward Jake Hodder was picked out well by Dewberry, only for Hodder to fire wide from about twenty yards out.

As we passed the hour mark, it was still anyone’s game though that altered a tad on 64 minutes, with Old Southendian opening up the hosts’ defence which allowed Franklin to power in a firm strike past Warren from about 18 yards to double their advantage. This time however, the hosts responded immediately as Dewberry did add to his growing goal-tally this term as his lofted strike went over Dugdale and high into the net, barely a minute later. The hosts pushed for that important leveller though somehow and combination of the woodwork and Dugdale denied both Dewberry and Hodder in quick succession.

Realising the threat, OS carved out a neat move involving Stubbs and Tatton-Bennett led to the onrushing Turner’s good strike being well-saved by Warren. As it turned out, that move was a pre-cursor as with twelve minutes remaining, Warren came out of his goal-line to distract a visiting forward from firing at goal but crucially, OS retained possession and Tatton-Bennett, wide out on the left side of the box fizzed home from an acute angle right into the corner, much to the delight of his team-mates. With moments remaining, Hodder fired over from substitute Theo Cannon’s free-kick though in the end, it was a hard-fought victory for Ben Manley’s ‘Greens’ here at Stambridge, which sends them up to 3rd, above their opponents here though Corinthians do have two matches in hand.

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Full-Time: Corinthians  1 – 3  Old Southendian Res

Difficult though it is to sum up this really tough battle, in the end the hosts were not at their fluent best here. Why that was the case will differ on your point of view, though you can’t deny that the ‘Old Boys’ really did put a heck of a shift in to frustrate Corinthians in their quest to build momentum with their rapid, free-flowing attacking game. For Ben Manley’s visitors, skipper Oliver Tattton-Bennett had another good game, with support forward Andrew Turner really being hard for the home defence to track, coming in deep from midfield. Thomas Margerison was a rock at the back & a threat from long throw-ins for the visitors too, with Ben Franklin also giving the hosts a headache in defence as well as his two goals here.

For Corinthians, forwards Jake Hodder, John Bolton-Smith and the ever-wily Nathan Dewberry did give the opposition more than a few nervous moments. As a side, they contributed heavily to what was an enthralling match despite not making the most of their chances, particularly in the first half. You have to credit both sides for their energy levels and desire to triumph as well here.

Finally, my thanks to the hosts for their welcome, and I wish both clubs well for the remainder of what is turning out to be a fascinating Division Two campaign.

Teams

Corinthians    | Manager: Chris Stoneham

Starting XI: 1 Nathan Warren (GK), 2 Ethan Lemmon, 3 Brad Smith, 4 Sammy Ayres, 5 Luke Owen, 6 Alfie Knight (Capt), 7 Leo Clarke, 8 Matt Burrell,  11 Jake Hodder, 9 John Bolton-Smith, 20 Nathan Dewberry

Goal-scorer: Nathan Dewberry [65’]

Subs On: 14 Bill Wilton, 16 George Fulcher, 17 Theo Cannon & 12 Dan Cooksley

Booked: Bolton-Smith, Dewberry

 

Old Southendian Res  | Manager: Ben Manley

Starting XI: 1 George Dugdale, 2 Ryan Kelly, 3 Andrew Cable, 4 Thomas Smith, 17 Thomas Margerison, 6 Andrew Turner, 7 Daniel Dowd, 8 Oliver Tatton-Bennett (Capt), 9 Greg Molford, 10 Ben Franklin, 11 Jack Dagget

Goal-scorers: Ben Franklin [ 45’+2 & 64’], Oliver Tatton-Bennett [78’]

Subs On: David Stubbs, Lewis Caplin, Thomas Adams | Booked: Stubbs

Referee: Samuel Laidler

Preview: Essex Olympian League & Senior Cup (Sat 7 December) [EOFL 19/20 5.12.19]

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Written by Scott W  [Twitter: @ScottMHC14]

Hello and welcome to this week’s preview of Essex Olympian League action, which includes matches from the top four divisions & more on Saturday 7th December. Please note that these fixtures to subject to change due to the recent inclement weather. As a general rule, matches played on 3G or artificial pitches do get played. Thanks for reading.

 

Saturday 7 December  (2.00pm KO’s unless stated)

Premier Division

Catholic Utd  v Springfield  | Len Salmon Stadium [3G]

Harold Wood Athletic  v Basildon Town   | Harold Wood Park (Pitch #1)

Kelvedon Hatch  v Canning Town     | New Hall

Old Southendian  v  Leigh Ramblers    | Garon Park

Shenfield AFC  v  Sungate   | St Martin’s Sch [3G]

 

Senior Division One

Chingford Athletic  v  Rayleigh Town Res   | Town Mead [3G]

Herongate Athletic  v  Old Chelmsfordians   | Billericay Road

Manford Way  v  Toby  | London Marathon Sports Ground

Snaresbrook  v  Galleywood   | Nutters Field

 

Senior Division Two

Corinthians  v  Old Southendian Res  | Stambridge Memorial Ground

Epping Town  v  May & Baker Res   | Stonards Hill

Leigh Town  v  AS Rawreth   | John Burrows Recreation Ground

Rochford Town  v  Laindon Orient  | Rochford Recreation Ground

Ryan  v  Harold Wood Athletic Res   | Wadham Lodge Intermediate Grass Pitch

Wakering Sports  v  Beacon Hill Rovers  | Cupid’s CC (Pitch 1)

 

Senior Division Three

Collier Row  v  Corinthians Res   | Forest Row Centre

Hutton Res  v  Leigh Town Res   | Polo Fields

Lakeside Res  v  Hullbridge Sports ‘A’  | Lakeside Sports Ground [3G] (2.30pm KO)

Toby Res  v  ACD Utd  | Ford’s Sports Club (Newbury Park – Toby pitch)

Wakebury  v  White Ensign Res  | Shoebury Park

 

Senior League Cup (1.30pm KO)

Bishop’s Stortford Swifts  v  Hutton   | Silver Leys

Rayleigh Town  v  Lakeside   | London Road

 

Essex Junior Cup (1.30pm KOs)

Buckhurst Hill Res  v  Wakering Sports Res

Shoebury Town ‘A’  v  Basildon Town Res 

 

Senior Division Four

Catholic Utd Res  v  Chingford Athletic Development

Galleywood Res  v  Ongar Town Res

Laindon Orient Res  v  Roydon

Leytonstone Utd  v  Forest Glade

Old Chelmsfordians Res  v  Shenfield AFC Res

 

Senior Division Five

Leigh Ramblers Res  v  Wakering Sports ‘A’

Newbury Forest Res  v  Bishop’s Stortford Swifts Res

Roydon Res  v  Old Barkabbeyans  

Shoebury Town Res  v  Collier Row Res

Springfield Res  v  Herongate Athletic Res

Round-up: Essex Olympian League & Cups (Sat 30 November) [EOFL 19/20 1.12.19]

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Written by Scott W  [Twitter: @ScottMHC14]

Hello and welcome to this week’s round-up of Essex Olympian League action from Saturday 30th November. Also includes results from the Anagram Records Trophy & Essex Junior Cup action alongside the top four EOFL divisions and results from Senior Four & Five. Thanks for reading.

 

Saturday 30 November

Premier Division

Four of the five Premier Division fixtures survived the weather, and added to a very tight top of the standings at present as the top four are all separated by only goal difference.  Springfield were held 3 – 3 by Sungate with their immediate rivals Buckhurst Hill and Ratyleigh Town both in Anagram Records Trophy action this weekend. The result means Sungate rise to second, ahead of Springfield in 3rd.

Catholic Utd made a blistering comeback to draw 3 – 3 at home to improving Old Southendian at the Len Forge. Nick Henesy got a brace for OS with Ed Gould the other scorer for Connor Lane’s team, who are now unbeaten in their last five. The ‘Super Hoops’ drop to fifth but are only a point off Hill in top spot, although the latter have games in hand on the other top five sides. Basildon Town got a decent 2 – 0 at strugglers Canning Town with Brodie Horne and Keith King both netting as Bas got their third win in their last four to go sixth.

Harold Wood Athletic also won, 2 – 1 at Leigh Ramblers with Nick Reynolds and Chris Muir on target for Kris Taylor’s side, who rise to tenth after their second straight league win. Kelvedon Hatch’s match with Hutton was postponed due to weather.

Senior Division One

In the three surviving matches in Senior One, Chingford Athletic extended their lead at the summit to seven points after a 6 – 2 victory over ten-man Manford Way. Lee Lashley grabbed a treble here, with Sam Coe, Alex Gordon and Gary Murray all also on target for the Town Mead side. Olajide Yusuff and Josh Hayward struck for Manford who remain in mid-table. Elsewhere, Lakeside swept Toby aside as they won 6 – 3 against the bottom side to strengthen their hold on fifth spot and Shoebury Town got their sixth draw in nine league matches this term as they held FC Hamlets 1 – 1. George Oakley’s spot-kick accounted for the FCH goal at Cupid’s.

 

Matches Postponed:

Ongar Town P – P  Runwell Sports   |

Ramsden Scotia  P – P  Rayleigh Town Res  |

Snaresbrook  P – P   Herongate Athletic   |

 

Anagram Records Trophy round-up

In the three Anagram Records Trophy ties involving EOFL sides, Buckhurst Hill roared into the nxt round with a 6  – 0 win over Olympian Senior One side Galleywood. Max Nicolson struck twice here, as did substitute Fenti Falola, with Nathan Sollosi and Henry Day also on target here for Mark Williams’ team. Rayleigh Town also progressed with a great 3 – 2 away-day win at Tring Corinthians AFC. George Vile, Bailey Moss and Henry Talbot all struck for Paul Higgins’ side. Shenfield AFC are out though after a narrow 1 – 0 loss at Sandridge Rovers.

 

Senior Division Two

Now into Senior Two, Epping Town edged to a 3 – 2 win over spirited strugglers Rochford Town at Stonards Hill. Jayden Hocking-Rising, Alex Paraskeva and Daniel Garfinkle all netted for Billy Cove’s side, though Rochford certainly gave them a headache as Tommy Dominguez continued his fine scoring run of late with a brace. Epping stay fourth, three points off leaders Leigh Town. Old Southendian Reserves also got a fine 3 – 0 win over high-flying Beacon Hill Rovers at Garon Park. Greg Molford, Oliver Tatton-Bennett and replacement Lewis Telling all scored for Ben Manley’s side who got their third win here in their last four games here to solidify fifth spot.

Wakering Sports got the result of the day though as they eased to a 9 – 0 home win over strugglers Ryan. Danny Pallett got a treble while there were doubles for Ben Rowe, Mohammed Sesay and Mitchell Gleeson as Sports went up to eighth.

Postponed Matches:

AS Rawreth  P – P  May & Baker Res |

Harold Wood Athletic Res  P – P  Leigh Town   |

Laindon Orient  P – P  Corinthians   |

 

Senior Division Three

In Senior Three, Wakebury went second with a fine 3 – 1 win at Leigh Town Res. Charlie Little struck twice here with Jack Smith getting the other goal as ‘Bury got their seventh win this term. In the other game this weekend, White Ensign Res edged a battle with fellow strugglers Lakeside Res 3 – 2, with Zach Somerset-Butler notching a brace, and replacement Ayodele Awosika also on target at the Len Forge 3G pitch.

 

Senior League Cup

Hullbridge Sports ‘A’  P – P  Old Chelmsfordians

 

Essex Junior Cup results

Buckhurst Hill Res  P – P  Wakering Sports Res

Corinthians Res  0 – 2  Collier Row

FC Clacton Res  5 – 3  Roydon

Hutton Res  2 – 1  Harold Hill

Shoebury Town ‘A’  P – P  Basildon Town Res

Toby Res  4 – 0  Haver Town

 

Senior Division Four results

Forest Glade  1 – 1  Chingford Athletic Development

Galleywood Res  P – P  Leytonstone Utd

Laindon Orient Res  P – P  Shenfield AFC Res

Old Chelmsfordians Res  2 – 2  Catholic Utd Res

Ongar Town Res  3 – 2  Canning Town Res

 

Senior Division Five results

Collier Row Res  1 – 4  Bishop’s Stortford Swifts Res

Herongate Athletic Res  1 – 3  Roydon Res

Old Barkabbeyans  3 – 0  Newbury Forest Res

Runwell Sports Res  5 – 0  Wakering Sports ‘A’

Shoebury Town Res  P – P  Springfield Res

 

Preview: Essex Olympian League (Sat 30 Nov) [EOFL 19/20 28.11.19]

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Archive – W Ensign Res v Hullbridge Sports Dev. [Image: Scott W]
Written by Scott W  [Twitter: @ScottMHC14]

Hello and welcome to this week’s preview of Essex Olympian League action, which includes the fixture list from the top four divisions & more on Saturday 30th November. Please note that these fixtures to subject to change due to the recent inclement weather. As a general rule, matches played on 3G or artificial pitches do get played. Thanks for reading.

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Saturday 30 November  (2.00pm KO’s unless stated)

Premier Division

Canning Town  v  Basildon Town  |  West Ham Community Ground [3G]

Catholic Utd  v Old Southendian  | Len Salmon Stadium [3G]

Kelvedon Hatch  v  Hutton             | New Hall

Leigh Ramblers  v  Harold Wood Athletic  | Belfairs Park

Springfield  v  Sungate    | Springfield Hall Park

 

Senior Division One

Chingford Athletic  v  Manford Way   | Town Mead [3G]

Ongar Town  v  Runwell Sports   | Fyfield Village Hall

Ramsden Scotia  v  Rayleigh Town Res  | Nursery Sports Ground

Shoebury Town  v  FC Hamlets   | Cupid’s CC (Pitch 2)

Snaresbrook  v  Herongate Athletic   | Nutters Field

Lakeside  v  Toby   | Lakeside Sports Ground [3G] (2.30pm KO)

 

Anagram Records Trophy  –    (3pm KO unless stated)

Buckhurst Hill  v  Galleywood   | Moved to Roding Valley Sch [3G] (2pm KO)

Sandridge Rovers  v  Shenfield AFC   |

Tring Corinthians AFC  v  Rayleigh Town |

 

Senior Division Two

AS Rawreth  v  May & Baker Res | The Warren

Epping Town  v  Rochford Town  | Stonards Hill

Harold Wood Athletic Res  v  Leigh Town   | Harold Wood Park (Pitch 1)

Laindon Orient  v  Corinthians   | Ford’s Sports Club (Basildon)

Old Southendian Res  v  Beacon Hill Rovers   | Garon Park

Wakering Sports  v  Ryan  | Cupid’s CC (Pitch 1)

 

Senior Division Three

Leigh Town Res  v  Wakebury   | John Burrows Recreation Ground

White Ensign Res  v  Lakeside Res  | Len Forge Centre [3G]

 

Senior League Cup (1.30pm KO)

Hullbridge Sports ‘A’  v  Old Chelmsfordians | Lower Rd

 

Essex Junior Cup (1.30pm KOs)

Buckhurst Hill Res  v  Wakering Sports Res

Corinthians Res  v  Collier Row

FC Clacton Res  v  Roydon

Hutton Res  v  Harold Hill

Shoebury Town ‘A’  v  Basildon Town Res

Toby Res  v  Haver Town

 

Senior Division Four

Forest Glade  v  Chingford Athletic Development

Galleywood Res  v  Leytonstone Utd

Laindon Orient Res  v  Shenfield AFC Res

Old Chelmsfordians Res  v  Catholic Utd Res

Ongar Town Res  v  Canning Town Res

 

Senior Division Five

Collier Row Res  v  Bishop’s Stortford Swifts Res

Herongate Athletic Res  v  Roydon Res

Old Barkabbeyans   v  Newbury Forest Res

Runwell Sports Res  v  Wakering Sports ‘A’

Shoebury Town Res  v  Springfield Res

 

 

Preview: Essex Olympian League & Essex Prem Cup (Sat 23 November) [EOFL 19/20 21.9.19]

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Written by Scott W  [Twitter: @ScottMHC14] – Non-League & EOFL Writer

Hello and welcome to this week’s preview of Essex Olympian  League action, which includes matches from the top four divisions & more on Saturday 23rd November. Thanks for reading.

 

Saturday 23 November  (2.00pm KO’s unless stated)

Premier Division

Bishop’s Stortford Swifts  v  Catholic Utd    |  Silver Leys

 

Senior Division One

Herongate Athletic  v  Shoebury Town   | Billericay Road

Manford Way  v  Galleywood   | London Marathon Sports Ground

Ramsden Scotia  v  Old Chelmsfordians   | Nursery Sports Ground

 

Anagram Records Trophy  –  Old Bradwell Utd  v  FC Hamlets | Abbey Road (3pm KO)

 

Essex Premier Cup (1.30pm KOs unless noted)

Harold Hill  v  Old Barkabbeyans

Gas Recreation  v  Epping Town

Harold Wood Athletic  v  Hullbridge Sports Res

Lakeside  v  Tiptree Engaine  (2.30pm KO)

Lawfords Lads  v  Buckhurst Hill

Leigh Ramblers  v  Witham Town Res

Ongar Town  v  Hutton

Rayleigh Town  v  Springfield   |  London Road

Rayleigh Town Res  v  Kelvedon Hatch   | Eversley Leisure Centre, Basildon

Runwell Sports  v  Leigh Town

Shenfield AFC  v  Canning Town

Stanway Pegasus  v  Corinthians

Wakering Sports  v  Chingford Athletic

 

Senior Division Two

May & Baker Res  v  Harold Wood Athletic Res  |  May & Baker FC

Old Southendian Res  v  AS Rawreth   | Garon Park

Rochford Town  v  Beacon Hill Rovers   | Rochford Recreation Ground

Westhamians  v  Ryan  | Fairlop Oak Playing Fields

 

Senior Division Three

Basildon Town Res  v  ACD Utd  | Basildon Sports Club

Corinthians Res  v  Hullbridge Sports ‘A’   | Stambridge Memorial Ground

Hutton Res  v  Lakeside Res  |Polo Fields

 

Leigh Town Res  v  Collier Row  | John Burrows Recreation Ground

Toby Res  v  Wakebury   | Ford’s Sports Club (Newbury Park – Toby Pitch)

White Ensign Res  v  Buckhurst Hill Res   | Len Forge Centre [3G]

 

Senior Division Four

Canning Town Res  v  Shenfield AFC Res

Chingford Athletic Development  v  Leytonstone Utd

Galleywood Res  v  Wakering Sports Res

Laindon Orient Res  v  Ongar Town Res

Old Chelmsfordians Res  v  Forest Glade

Roydon  v  Catholic Utd Res

 

Senior Division Five

Collier Row Res  v  Runwell Sports Res

Newbury Forest Res  v  Herongate Athletic Res

Shoebury Town Res  v  Roydon Res

Springfield Res  v  Leigh Ramblers Res

Wakering Sports ‘A’  v  Bishop’s Stortford Swifts Res