Round-up: Essex Olympian League (Sat 13th Oct) [EOFL 13.10.18]

Written by Scott W [Twitter: @ScottMHC14]

Hello and welcome to this week’s Essex Olympian League round-up, with data compiled by fellow Non-League writer Scott Lanza, my thanks to him. This round-up takes in the the top four tiers of league action plus a smattering of other results in Senior Lge Cup and the Anagram Records Trophy. Ta for reading.

EOFL Premier Division
Buckhurst Hill soared to another victory with a 5 – 0 home win over Canning Town. Suley Zuhdu and Steve Townsend both notched doubles with Billy Wells the other scorer as Hill went two points clear at the top.

Hutton were held 1 – 1 by Leigh Ramblers at Polo Fields. Tom Price’s free-kick accounted for Hutton’s goal though Ramblers responded through Jamie Selby-Knight as the points were shared.

Kelvedon Hatch were held 2 – 2 by Old Southendian at New Hall. Michael Daniels got both of the Hatch strikes, while Ruari McIntyre and Reece Brandon strikes snuffed out the chances of a victory for Hatch.

Rayleigh Town defeated Great Baddow 4 – 1 as goals from Paul Morris, Bailey Moss, Harry Talbot and Cameron Glover sent the home side to a fine win. Ashley Cole got one back for Baddow though they fell to defeat here.

And finally in the EOFL top-tier, Harold Wood Athletic were also held 1 – 1 by visitors Bishop’s Stortford Swifts. Charlie Liddiard struck for the hosts though Danny Morgan replied for Mark Watters’ side as the match ended honours-even.
Senior League Cup

Shenfield AFC  2 – 5  Sungate
Anagram Records Trophy R’s

Manford Way  3 – 6  Sarratt

Sporting Hackney  0 – 4  Catholic Utd

 

EOFL Senior Div One
In Olympian Division One, Snaresbrook remain leaders after Tyrique Solomon’s hat-trick was enough to power past Rayleigh Town Res with a  3-0 win keeping them top on goal difference. Ramsden Scotia are right on their tails though as they won 1 – 0 at home to Galleywood with Ryan Leddra the difference-maker with the only goal there.

Ongar Town were the stand-out winners in Div One at the weekend with a 5 – 0 victory at home to Herongate Athletic. A brace from James Stevens plus strikes by Lee Perry, Sean Green and Ben Polley consigned Herongate to a spot in the bottom two.

Meanwhile, May & Baker Reserves were thumped 4 – 1 at home to Frenford’s Ressies, who moved out of the bottom two with that win.
EOFL Snr Div Two

In Senior Division Two, Lakeside powered to a 6 – 1 win over Beacon Hill Rovers thanks to a treble from Drew Klessa-Smith, a brace from Connor White and one from Charlie Ashpole. Charlie Brewer got the solitary consolation for Rovers though they were well-beaten here.

Chingford Athletic won 3 – 1 at Rochford Town as Eric Kelly, Jack Yates and substitute Tayo Olasanoye all netted for Ath while Dwayne Francis-Riley pulled one back for Town.

Leaders Shoebury Town edged to a 3 – 2 win over Runwell Sports, thanks largely to in-form marksman Dominic Binns who stood out with another hat-trick to take his tally to an incredible 19 already this term. Aaron Rix and John Smithwick scored the goals for ten-man Runwell.

Toby won 2 – 1 at home against Harold Wood Athletic Reserves with Justin Clarke and Des Gallen notching for the hosts, while Chris Pope halved the arrears for the Ath Reserve side who are three points behind free-scoring leaders Shoebury Town.

Ryan picked up a home win, 2 – 0 over bottom side May & Baker ‘A’ to send themselves out of the bottom two. M & B ‘A’ have a staggering -35 goal difference now after five successive league defeats.

 

EOFL Snr Div Three

In the solitary match played in Division Three, Laindon Orient out-matched White Ensign Res with a 5-0 home victory. Samuel Lake’s hat-trick plus strikes from Rodney Sarsah-Wilson and James Shadwell saw Neil Blackburn’s side to victory here.

 

 

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Round-up: Essex Olympian League (Sat 6th Oct) [EOFL 8.10.18]

Compiled by Scott W (Twitter: @ScottMHC14)

Hello and welcome to another round-up of action in the Essex Olympian League. This weekend we have action from the Essex Senior Cup as well as league action. With thanks to fellow Non-League writer Scott Lanza.

 

Essex Senior Cup  2018/19  – Sat 6th Oct

 

Basildon Town 10 – 1 Newbury Forest Res

In the first of our seven in-focus ties, EOFL Division One side Basildon Town put Division Five side Newbury Forest Res to the sword with a huge 10-1 triumph. An Alfie Phillips hat-trick plus braces from Jamie Miller, Alex Witham, substitute Sener Suavi and a solitary goal from Jimmy Markham helped Bas advance freely into the next round.
Buckhurst Hill 5 – 0 Runwell Sports

Olympian Premier outfit Buckhurst Hill powered past Division Two opposition in Runwell Sports  5 – 0 as goals from Nathan Sollosi, Steven Townsend, Frank Glock, Sonny Shilling and Sam Sollosi saw the Hill to a comfortable victory.

Canning Town  0 – 2  Springfield

This all Premier Division-tie saw Springfield prevail at Canning Town as strikes from Graham Hall and David Morgan did the damage and see them progress to the next round.

Corinthians  2 – 3  Bishop’s Stortford Swifts  (AET) 

Olympian Division Four side Corinthians gave Premier side Bishop’s Stortford Swifts a real fright at the Stambridge Memorial Ground. Swifts needed extra time to complete a 3 -2 victory thanks to a brace from ex-Sawbridgeworth Town striker Gavin Cockman and another goal from Jack Sawyer. Drew Rawlinson and substitute Theodore Cannon struck for the hosts though they showed here that they are going places.

Hutton  1 – 5  Harold Wood Athletic 

Another all-Premier tie saw Ath power forward in the competition with a 5-1 success at Polo Fields. John Bradley, Reiss Kingsley, Chris Muir, Joe Stevens and     Robert  Whitnell all netted for the visitors, who responded through substitute Brad Freeman.

Roydon    1 – 3  Epping Town

Olympian Division Four side Epping continued their good start to the season as they won at Division Three side Roydon 3 – 1. A brace from Daniel Garfinkle and one from ex-Ilford man Alex Paraskeva saw Billy Cove’s side home to progress in the competition.

 

Toby  1 – 4  Leigh Ramblers  

Finally in our featured matches, Premier side Leigh Ramblers evaded a surprise with a 4 – 1 win at Division Two side Toby. Ramblers goals came from a brace by Jack Deasy with Jacob Cleaver and Justin Hazell also finding the net.

 

Other Results in Essex Senior Cup : Catholic Utd  3 – 1  Rayleigh Town

                                                                Great Baddow  1 – 0  Snaresbrook

                                               Old Southendian  4 – 2  Academy Soccer

 

EOFL Premier Division

In the only Premier Division match this weekend, Kelvedon Hatch are up to second in the table after a 5-1 win over lowly Manford Way. Michael Daniels notched a hat-trick, with Theo Ola and Antony Aylett providing the other goals. Buckhurst Hill remain at the summit but only goal difference separates them from Kelvedon Hatch.

 

EOFL Senior Division One

In the Olympian Senior One action this weekend…

Ramsden Scotia  5 – 2  Frenford Res
Ramsden Scotia are up to second after a 5-2 win over Frenford Res; Steve Paoletti’s hat-trick was added to by strikes from Max Corrigan and Ryan Leddra and the result also keeps Frenford Res at the foot of the table.

May & Baker Res  3 – 7  Ongar Town

May & Baker E.C. Res. remain in the drop zone after a 7-3 defeat at home to Ongar Town. The visitors saw James Stevens and Niki Love both net hat-tricks with Ben Polley also chipping in. Alex Owuaday’s double and Perry Tamburrini scored the May & Baker replies.

Herongate Athletic  0 – 5  Old Chelmsfordians

There was also a hat-trick claimed by Martin Mixture as his Old Chelmsfordians side beat Herongate Athletic 5-0. Elijah Akinolu plus an own goal rounded-up the OC scoring.

Rayleigh Town Res  1 – 2 FC Hamlets

FC Hamlets won 2 – 1 as well, at Rayleigh Town Res, with Darren Serrano and Ishmael Saidy scoring their goals, while Charlie Legg notched the Rayleigh reply.

Galleywood  1 – 2 Shenfield AFC

Harry Hatt scored both of Shenfield AFC’s goals in a 2-1 away win at Galleywood.

 

EOFL Senior Division Two

Shoebury Town remain top of the pile after a 6-2 home win over Lakeside. Dom Binns led the charge with four goals, with Aaron Cooper and Kirk Hudson also notching.

Harold Wood Athletic Res. are second after a Paul Virdi strike from 25 yards, plus a headed winner from Tom Lamb saw them overcome Newham United 2-1. Lamar Obinkwo scored the Newham goal.

Dwayne Francis-Riley, Matthew Hall and David Watson scored the Rochford Town goals in a 3-3 draw with Upminster; Warren Taylor, Matthew Taylor and Daniel Peermamode scoring the visitors’ goals.

Beacon Hill Rovers move up to seventh place after a slender 1-0 win over strugglers Ryan.

 

EOFL Senior Division Three

Old Southendian Reserves looked to gain ground on leaders Westhamians. With a five point gap to fill, the Southend-based club travelled to Old Chelmsfordians Res. and were struck down by goals Josh Chapman and Cosmin Rashim, who was making his debut for the hosts as OS lost 2 – 1 . Tom Judge scored the Old Southendian goal.

Danny Pallett scored twice for Wakering Sports, who went on to add a further goal from John Sharpe en route to beating Basildon Town Res. 3-1. Wakering Sports also announced this week that former Southend Manor (of the Essex Senior Lge) assistant boss Aaron Bloxham is their new manager.

Chris Skingley scored twice for Hutton Res. but was still on the losing side as Izaih Antoine, Jasper Read, plus a brace from substitute Harry Somerset-Butler helped White Ensign Res. run out 4-3 winners. Alfie Kempton also got his name down on the Hutton score sheet. Laindon Orient picked up a fine 2-0 away win at Leigh Town with Glen Jordan scoring both their goals.

That’s all for this week, we’ll be back soon.

Round-up: Essex Olympian League (Sat 29th Sept) [EOFL 1.10.18]

Written by Scott W  (Twitter: @ScottMHC14)

Hello and welcome to my round-up of Essex Olympian Lge action from this last weekend, tracking the action from the top-four tiers. Thanks for reading.

 

EOFL Premier Division

We begin the Premier Division round-up with Bishop’s Stortford Swifts 2 – 1 success over Canning Town. The hosts had Ade Cole and Joe McEvoy to thank for their goals while Abdul Shobawale got one back for Town.

Elsewhere, Buckhurst Hill made it six wins from six matches with a 3 – 1 home win over Hutton. Sonny Shilling got another brace to add to his growing goal tally, while Nathan Sollosi got the other goal for Hill. Hutton’s strike came courtesy of Will Marlow.

Meanwhile, Harold Wood Athletic defeated Rayleigh Town 2 – 1 as goals from John Bradley and Joe Stevens ensured their side’s 5th win of the season. Jack Long got Rayleigh’s goal as they fell to only their second defeat this term. Kelvedon Hatch added to Catholic Utd’s poor start to the season as Hatch secured a 3 – 1 victory over the ‘Super Hoops’ through strikes from Mike Daniels, Alan Taylor and Theo Ola. This was Hatch’s fourth straight league victory.

Leigh Ramblers beat Sungate 3 – 1 thanks to a brace from Jay Nash and one from Ronnie Bridges. Reece Simpson got the goal for the visitors though they fell to their third loss in five games thus far. Nico Debouchet’s hat-trick assisted Old Southendian to a 4 – 0 home win over strugglers Manford Way with Ruari McIntyre grabbing the other goal. Manford have lost all six of their league matches now while OS got their first league win of the campaign here.

Finally in the top-tier, Springfield were held 3 – 3 at home to Great Baddow. Chris Bryan, Ryan Batchford and Zach Davidson goals were cancelled out by strikes from John Baxter, Daniel Booty and Nav Arain as Baddow extended their unbeaten stretch to three matches.

 

EOFL Senior Division One

In Senior Division One, there was a goal glut with 29 goals struck in 6 matches. Galleywood powered past Frenford Reserves 7 – 1 thanks to a treble from Thomas Watling plus additional strikes from Matthew Buckingham, Luke Osborne, Jack Chatterway and Lewis Rose. Snaresbrook were also among the goals as they roared past Herongate Athletic 6 – 1 with six different scorers – Mitchell Collymore, Harry Price, Ryan Barker-Francis, Drew Barbier, Max Caterhall and Tyrique Solomon all notching here to give their side their third straight win thus far.

Meanwhile, Basildon Town’s impeccable league start was ended by FC Hamlets as the latter won 2 – 1 with Pa Jagne and Jaemar Lawes strikes outdoing a goal by home forward Alfie Phillips. Ramsden Scotia got their second league win with a 5 – 2 home success over Ongar Town with Steve Paoletti’s double aided by strikes from  Anthony Driscoll, Ryan Leddra and Lewis Godbold. James Stevens and Paul Tiffen responded for Ongar though they succumbed to defeat here.

Elsewhere in the division, Rayleigh Town Reserves were held at home 1 – 1 by Old Chelmsfordians while Shenfield AFC and May & Baker Reserves also played out a 1 – 1 draw.

 

EOFL Senior Division Two

Next, in Senior Division Two, six more matches provided a whopping 39 goals. Shoebury Town continued their super goal-scoring record with an 8 – 1 thumping of Newham Utd. Hat-tricks from Scott Clark and Dom Binns set the tone with further goals coming from Shaun Illett and Dan Regan sealing a big win though Kaci Henry’s strike for Newham ensured no clean sheet for the hosts.

May & Baker ‘A’ continued their poor run with a 7 – 2 home loss to Beacon Hill Rovers as a Tyson Browning hat-trick plus a brace from Charlie Brewer and one each for Will Simpson and Rene Bearman secured the points for Rovers. Elsewhere, Toby had cause to celebrate with a 6 – 2 triumph at home to Lakeside as goals from John Turner, Justin Clarke, Ross Dipple, Dan Cunningham, Peter Spicer and Nick Harvey seeing them to a big win.

Eric Kelly’s hat-trick inspired Chingford Athletic to a narrow 4 – 3 win at Upminster with Tayo Olasanoye also notching for Chingford. Upminster hit back through goals from Jamie Lakey, Warren Taylor and Daniel Peermamode but it wasn’t enough to snatch a point.

Also, Runwell Sports defeated Harold Wood Athletic’s Ressies 3 – 0 thanks to a double from Charlie Adams and one from Declan Clarke while Ryan also won 3 – 0 at home to Rochford Town.

 

EOFL Senior Division Three

In EOFL Division Three, three matches still saw 11 goals scored. Westhamians remain top of the standings thanks to a 3 – 1 win over Leigh Town. Jean Gomes, Danny Dobson and Anthony DaSilva strikes sealed their victory while Academy Soccer won 4 – 0 at home to Basildon Town Reserves. A double from Louis Mansell and strikes by Luke Jones and Alex Mansell saw them home and finally, strikes from Tyrese Fairmainer and Owen Linford helped Old Chelmsfordians Reserves to a 2 – 1 success over Wakering Sports with Lee Price getting their consolation effort.

In Senior Division Four, there were wins for Dagenham Utd, Galleywood Reserves and Canning Town’s Ressie side.

Round-up: Essex Olympian League & Essex Alliance Lge Results (Sat 22nd Sept) [EOFL & EAL 23.9.18]

Written by Scott W  (Twitter: @ScottMHC14)

Hello and welcome to my round-up of the Essex Olympian League action plus results from the top two tiers of Essex Alliance League action. This weekend saw the Olympian League Premier Division & most Senior One sides involved in Essex Premier Cup action.

Essex Premier Cup 

In the first of our ten featured matches, Basildon Town edged Toby 3 – 2 after extra time. Alex Witham bagged a super hat-trick (which included two penalties) to seal Town’s progression though Toby (who were a man light for an hour) made it tight thanks to goals from Ross Dipple and Peter Spicer.

Elsewhere, Buckhurst Hill continued their fine start to the season wih a 8 – 0 thumping of Senior One side Shenfield AFC. Nathan Sollosi and Steve Townsend both snared trebles, with Sonny Shilling and Sam Sollosi also adding one each.  Catholic Utd also progressed with a 6 – 2 win over Cressing Utd. Tom Hollingsworth and Billy Shulver both grabbed braces with Tom Kearney and Harley Kee providing the other strikes.

Academy Soccer won 2 – 1 at Dedham Old Boys with Ben Picton’s cracker and a Dean Maguchu goal sealing the win. Kelvedon Hatch won 3 – 1 at Harold Wood Athletic thanks largely to Alan Taylor’s double while James Bertie also netted. John Bradley got Ath’s consolation.

Old Chelmsfordians defeated Snaresbrook 4-2 with a Sam Adams brace being added to by strikes from Tom Tinsley-Gardner and Josh Lawrence. Snaresbrook’s goals came from Mitchell Collymore and Ryan Barker. Old Southendian also hit four in a 4 – 2 win over Great Bentley with a double from NIco Debuchet allied with goals from Nick Henesy and Josh Staines sealing the win.

Also, Rayleigh Town sent fellow Olympian Premier side Leigh Ramblers out as Town won 4 – 2. Max Jones struck another double with George Vile and Jack Long also striking goals, with Justin Hazell and Jacob Cleaver the Ramblers goal-getters.

After Extra Time, Runwell Sports edged Barnston 3 – 2 with Callum Prin, Declan Clarke and Jordan Gregory the goal-scorers for Runwell. Finally in our featured ties, Sungate roared past Lakeside 6 – 2 as doubles from Reece Simpson and Jermaine Purchase plus one goal each from Scott Truman and Jack Clarke seeing them progress into the next round.

In the other results from the Essex Premier Cup:

Arlesford Colne Rangers  6 – 0  Rochford Town

Beacon Hill Hovers  2 – 2  Upminster  (Rovers won 8 – 7 on pens)

Canning Town  2 – 1 Barkingside Reserves

Clapton Community FC  4 – 5  Hutton

Earls Colne  2 – 4  Great Baddow  (AET)

Gas Recreation  4 – 3  Frenford Reserves

Grays Athletic Reserves  0 – 4  Ramsden Scotia

Kelvedon Social  3 – 0  Ryan

Little Oakley Reserves  8 – 5  Herongate Athletic  (AET)

Ramsay & Mistley  3 – 10  Shoebury Town

Springfield  1 – 1  Docklands Albion  (Albion won 5 – 4 on pens)

Manford Way  H – W Wormingford Wanderers

West Bergholt  H – W  May & Baker Res

Essex Olympian League action

EOFL Senior Division One

In the solitary match in D1, Galleywood were held 2 – 2 at FC Hamlets. Jack Chatterway and Sam Donn got the ‘Wood goals who remain unbeaten in their two league matches thus far, while FC Hamlets are winless in three outings.

EOFL Senior Division Two

Two matches in the division saw ten goals scored. Firstly, Chingford Athletic defeated Newham Utd 5 – 0 at home with Gary Murray, Louis Bollard, Alex Gordon, Umar Ali and Tayo Olasanoye all finding the net. In the other game, May & Baker ‘A’ suffered another loss, this time at home to Harold Wood Athletic Reserves. Thomas Lamb and Jon Tungate both nabbed braces with Michael Buxton getting the other goal.

EOFL Senior Division Three

Westhamians stay top as they won 3 – 2 at home to Basildon Town Reserves plus also they remain unbeaten in four matches thus far. Leigh Town are in third spot after a 4 – 1 win over Old Chelmsfordians Reserves. Zac Mashford, George Darby, Ash Sexton and Jack Edwards all struck for Town while OC ‘s second-string got a goal on the board thanks to Elliott Walker.

Old Southendian Reserves were held 2 – 2 away at Roydon. El Hemmings and David Stubbs netted for the OS Ressies while Darren Williams and Charlie Rider scored for Roydon. Elsewhere, Wakering Sports got their first league success of the season with a 3 – 2 win at Hutton Reserves. Paul Wines’ double and John Sharpe got the goals for Sports. Alfie Kempton and Chris Skingley struck for the Hutton side.

EAL Rs (22.9.18)

Senior Division

ACD Utd  1 – 1  London Cranes

Colebrook Royals   A – W Blue Marlin

East Ham Inter   6 – 4 London Park City

Jolof Sports  3 – 2  West Essex Res

Lopes Tavares Res   1 – 7    Grove Utd

EAL Division One

Chingford Utd  3 – 0  Lymore Gardens

Forest Green  3 – 4   Three Colts

Rapid Chingford  2 – 3  Chingford Athletic Res

Sporting Hackney Under 23s  0 – 4   Melbourne Sports

Wapping  1 – 4  FC Baresi

That’s all for this week. Thanks for reading.

Round-up: Essex Olympian League w/ Essex Alliance Rs [Prem – D3] (15th Sept 2018) [EOFL & EAL 15.9.18]

 

Written by Scott W  (Twitter: @ScottMHC14)

Hello and welcome to my round-up of Essex Olympian League action from the weekend of Saturday 15th September, with results from the first two tiers of the Essex Alliance League as well.

 

EOFL Premier Division

Starting off with the Premier Division as ever, current leaders Buckhurst Hill continued their fine start with a 1 – 0 triumph at Old Southendian, who were unable to get their first points of the season. Sonny Shilling struck late on to give Hill the victory.

Bishop’s Stortford Swifts defeated Harold Wood Athletic 3 – 2 as a brace from Charles Brown and a Mark Nougher strike overturned goals from Robert Whitnell and Joe Stevens for Ath who are now three points behind the leaders Buckhurst Hill. Rayleigh Town continued their useful start to the campaign with a 3 – 1 home victory over last season’s champions Catholic Utd. Max Jones ‘came to the party’ again with a splendid hat-trick for the hosts to secure the points.

Elsewhere, Canning Town won 2 – 0 at Sungate thanks to an OG and a Tom Quinn strike. Kelvedon Hatch won 2 – 1 at Leigh Ramblers as Dan Gillard and Mike Daniels strikes saw them to victory with former Essex Senior League player Matt Brinklow netting for Ramblers. Dan Gage’s double for Great Baddow saw them a 2 – 1 away-day win at winless Manford Way. Lee Lashley got their goal though the search for a win goes on.

 

EOFL Senior Division One

Shenfield AFC powered to a impressive 5 – 2 win at Frenford Reserves with braces for Jordan Elliott and Mitch Day and a Sam Bubb strike. Luke Jacobs and Reece Morley pulled two back for the hosts. Herongate Athletic also won 5 – 2, at home to Ramsden Scotia. Perry Aldridge and Ben Lambert netted twice while Ben Crouch provided the other goal for Herongate while Keegan Risley and Sam Wren struck for Scotia.

Snaresbrook narrowly won 1 – 0 over May & Baker E.C. Ressies with Harry Price getting the only goal. Basildon Town continued their renaissance with a 1 – 0 success at Old Chelmsfordians thanks to Jamie Miller’s strike.

 

EOFL Division Two

In Senior Two, Rochford Town had a day to remember with a 4 – 2 home win over Beacon Hill Rovers. Jason Patmore struck twice with Dwayne Francis-Riley and Troy Reed strikes adding to the scorers for the hosts. Charlie Brewer and Steve Bennett goals for Rovers weren’t enough to alter the result.

Runwell Sports secured a comeback victory over Lakeside as Callum Prin, Declan Clarke and an OG saw Sports to the points. To round out the action in D2, Toby and Shoebury Town drew 2 – 2 – Peter Spicer struck both of Toby’s goals while Dominic Binns and Aaron Day secured a point for Town. Newham Utd also drew 2 – 2 at Upminster with Kaci Henry and Omar Jomanday getting Utd’s goals.

Finally, in Senior Division Three, Old Southendian Reserves won 3 – 1 at White Ensign Reserves as Ryan Kelly, Pete Jelley and Ben Franklin all scored for OS’ second-string. Zach Somerset-Butley pulled one back for the hosts though they fell to defeat. Meanwhile, Westhamians also got a away win, 3 – 1 at Roydon. Tom Pennells, Ben Jones and Sam Jones supplied the goals for the newcomers while Nader Benzid got Roydon’s goal.

Also, Academy Soccer won 1 – 0 at Hutton Reserves thanks to an early as Luis Ruiz strike.

 

Essex Alliance League – Saturday 15th September

Senior Division

ACD Utd 4 – 2 Grove Utd

Colebrook Royals A – W Jolof Sports

Docklands Abion 1 – 2 London Cranes

London Park City 1 – 7 Blue Marlin

Lopes Tavares (London) Reserves 1 – 2 East Ham Inter

West Essex Reserves 2 – 1 Singh Sabha Barking

 

Division One

FC Baresi 1 – 1 Three Colts

Forest Green 3 – 5 Lymore Gardens

Melbourne Sports 1 – 5 Chingford Athletic Reserves

Rapid Chingford 2 – 1 Chigwell

 

That’s all for now. We’ll be back next week.

Round-up: Essex Olympian League (and Essex Alliance Lge Rs – Sat 8th Sept) [EOFL & EAL 9.9.18)

Written by Scott W (Twitter: @ScottMHC14)

Hello and welcome to my round-up of this weekend’s Essex Olympian League action in the top four tiers plus results from the Senior League Cup action and the second weekend of the Essex Alliance League action as well. Thanks for reading.

 

EOFL Premier Division

In a full programme of Essex Olympian League Premier action, Kelvedon Hatch arguably got the stand-out result with a 5 – 1 win at Hutton. Steve Barlex, Dan Gillard, Anthony Aylett, Andy Edmunds and an OG secured an excellent day at the office for the visitors.

Elsewhere, another brace from Steve Townsend assisted Buckhurst Hill to another victory, this time at home to Springfield. Steve Sollosi got the other goal as Hill got their fourth straight win. Harold Wood Athletic won 3 – 1 at Old Southendian with Charlie Liddiard, Ade Onileyan and Robert Whitnell all finding the net.

Meanwhile, Great Baddow got their first win of the league season, winning 3 – 2 over Leigh Ramblers. Nav Arain’s double plus a strike from Ben Cross sealed the points, with Harry Hansom and Andrew Webster scoring for Ramblers who saw their 100% start to the season end here.

Sungate also won 3 – 2, at home to local rivals to Manford Way. Jack Clarke’s brace and a Bobbie Port goal saw the the hosts win their second win in three games. Manford have lost all four matches thus far this term.

Finally in the top tier, Bishop’s Stortford Swifts were held 1 – 1 by Catholic Utd. Mark Nougher scored for Swifts, while Mike Sammut levelled for the Super Hoops. Rayleigh Town battled to a goal-less draw at Canning Town.

 

EOFL Division One

In Senior Division One, four matches took place which saw all four home sides emerging with victories. Basildon Town won 3 – 0 against Herongate Athletic with a double from Sener Suari and a Alex Witham strike seeing Town to their second straight league win. Rayleigh Town Reserves defeated May & Baker Reserves 4 – 1 thanks to two goals from Max Jones plus one goal each from Matt Seago and Jimmy Nottage.

Elsewhere, Ramsden Scotia won 3 – 0 against FC Hamlets while Snaresbrook beat Shenfield AFC 1 – 0, with the solitary goal coming from Tyrique Solomon.

 

Senior Division Two

Next, in Senior Division Two, three matches saw 13 goals scored. Seven of those came as Upminster handed May & a Baker ‘A’ a heavy 7 – 0 home loss while Newham Utd beat Ryan 3 – 0 thanks largely to Lamar Obinkwo’s double plus one from Richard Boah.

Finally, Harold Wood Athletic Reserves won 2 – 1 against Beacon Hill Rovers with Mike Burton and Tom Lamb the scorers for Ath.

 

Division Three

In EOFL Division Three, three matches also saw 13 goals in them. Westhamians got an impressive 6 – 0 away-day win at Wakering Sports with Ben Jones claiming a hat-trick plus goals from Dave Gornall, Lewis Lawrence and Ben O’Brien adding to the gloss on the score-sheet.

Hutton Reserves edged Basildon Town Reserves 1 – 0 thanks to Carl Dutton’s strike and Old Southend Reserves were held 3 – 3 by Leigh Town.

 

Senior League Cup 2018-19 Rs (8.9.18)

Chingford Athletic  3 – 0  Frenford Reserves
Ongar Town  1 – 3  Toby
Roydon  3 – 1  Shoebury Town

 

Essex Alliance League   – Saturday 8th September

Senior Division

 

ACD Utd  2 – 1  Blue Marlin

Colebrook Royals  1 – 6  West Essex Res

East Ham Inter  1 – 2  Grove Utd

Jolof Sports  3 – 2  Docklands Albion

London Cranes  1 – 0  London Park City

 

EAL Division One

 

Chingford Utd  1 – 3 Forest Green

Rapid Chingford  5 – 5  Melbourne Sports

Sporting Hackney Under-23s  0 – 10  FC Baresi

Wapping  2 – 4 Chigwell

 

EAL Division Two

 

Flyers  2 – 2 FC BKT

Inter Plaistow  2 – 5  Chingford Athletic Development

Old Esthameians  2 – 2  South Marsh Utd

Puma Kings  0 – 1  Cowley Community

Rainham Working Men’s Club  1 – 0  Eastside

Upshire Forest  1 – 11  CSM London

 

That’s all for this week. We’ll be back next week.

Round-up: Essex Olympian League and Essex Alliance League (Sat 1st Sept) [EOFL & EAL 2.9.18]

Written by Scott W (Twitter: @ScottMHC14) with additional reporting by Scott Lanza

Hello and welcome to my round-up of the Essex Olympian League, with additional reporting from the Senior League Cup action, courtesy of local Football write & ESL Publicity Officer Scott L. Also included at the tail of this article are the results from the top two tiers of the Essex Alliance League.

We start off as ever with the Essex Olympian League Premier Division.

Newcomers Buckhurst Hill continued their 100% start to the new season with a superb 5 – 1 win at Sungate, thanks to Josh Addinall, Sonny Shilling, Josh Banfield, Joe Re and Suley Zuhdu all hitting the target. Jermaine Purchase got the consolation for the home side.

Harold Wood Athletic grabbed their third win in four matches with a good 3 – 0 at home to Catholic Utd. Stalwart Charlie Liddiard scored another double with Scott Williams getting the other goal for Ath. The Super Hoops have began their title defence with two defeats.

Old Southendian suffered a 2 – 1 home defeat to Bishop Stortford Swifts. Swifts goals came from an unfortunate own goal and a Danny Morgan strike. Nick Henesy struck for the Southend side though they have suffered three defeats from three thus far.

Springfield notched their first victory of the new campaign as goals from Ross Lamb and David Wareham assisted them to a 2 – 1 home win over Manford Way. Kelvedon Hatch defeated Canning Town 3 – 1 thanks to goals from Mike Daniels, Steve Willis and Dan Gillard. Tom Quinn got the goal for Canning Town though Hatch confirmed their second win of the season.

Finally in the Premier Division, Rayleigh Town continued their decent start with a 2 – 0 home success over Hutton who lose their 100% winning start to the season. Damian Siemienczuk’s brace sealed the win for Town.

EOFL Division One

Onto Senior Division One and two matches took place. First, Galleywood began their league campaign with an excellent 4 – 0 success at newcomers Herongate Athletic, thanks chiefly to a hat-trick from Thomas Watling and Sam Donn’s additional strike.

Elsewhere, Rayleigh Town Reserves picked up a creditable point at Frenford Reserves as their match ended 1 – 1.

Into Senior Division Two now and one of the results of the season in terms of goals saw Shoebury Town pummel May & Baker ‘A’ 15 – 0 which will help their goal difference no end. Among the mass of goalscorers were Dominic Binns who scored EIGHT himself, with doubles for Shaun Illet and Kirk Hudson and further strikes from Lee Turner, Simon Pearce and Daniel Regan.

In a more sedate affair, Toby won 1 – 0 at home to newcomers Chingford Athletic thanks to a last-minute goal from Ben Turner.

Division Three

In EOFL Division Three, Old Southendian Reserves won 3 – 1 at Hutton Reserves with El Hemmings the difference with two goals and Oli Tatton-Bennett also finding the net. Carl Dutton got Hutton’s goal .  In the only other game that took place in the division, Academy Soccer drew 1-1 with Westhamians.

Senior League Cup

Report by Scott Lanza (Twitter: @lanzasport)

Basildon Town were the day’s big hitters as they knocked Rochford Town to one side with a 9-2 victory. Sener Suavi helped himself to five of the goals; Keith King grabbed a hat-trick, with the other goal being supplied by Alfie Phillips. Dave Watson and Sean Chimba scored the Rochford consolations.

There was another hungry forward on show in the Shenfield AFC v Upminster tie. Unfortunately for Upminster Ronnie Hobbrough led the Shenfield charge, bagged five of the goals with Ben Carroll and Ben Absolon scoring apiece in the 7-1 success. Plenty of goals too in the Laindon Orient v Lakeside showdown – nine of them in fact with the home side notching six of them. Glen Jordan opened Laindon’s account in the 5th minute and added a second just before the half hour mark. Henry Ballard went on to score a brace in the second half with Ashley Blackburn and Adam Cole also getting their names on the score sheet. Drew Klessa-Smith actually scored a hat-trick for Lakeside, but in the end in proved to have been in vain.

A Jack Darby-Clarke brace plus goals from Darren Burrell and Bradley Read saw Corinthians beat Wakering Sports 5-2, with Ryan Curtis and Danny Pallett the Wakering scorers; FC Hamlets also scored five against Beacon Hill Rovers, whilst also keeping a clean sheet at the other end. Epping Town did likewise on their visit to Old Barkabbeyans, with Daniel Ezeorji (2), Tim Curtis, Liam Clifton and Chris Lockwood the marksmen. Snaresbrook beat Ramsden Scotia 4-1 courtesy of goals from Drew Barbier, Yasin Hammad, George Bacon and Ryan Barker-Francis.

Leigh Town secured a relatively easy passage into the next round after they overcome White Ensign Res. 4-0. Jed Ofori meanwhile fired Newbury Forest Res. into the next round as his double saw his side record a 2-1 win at Dagenham United, with Ashley Retter their scorer. . Tom Howe, Jordan Gregory and John Smithwick were the Runwell Sports scorers in a 3-1 win over May & Baker E.C. Res. The hosts scored their goal through Emmanuel Boateng. Newham United knocked Ryan out with a 2-0; Lamar Obinkwo and Richard Boah scored a goal apiece.

Essex Alliance League (results)

Senior Division – Saturday 1st September

London Park City 0 – 4  ACD Utd

Lopes Tavares Res  1 – 4  West Essex Reserves

Singh Sabha Barking  2 – 0  Docklands Albion

EAL Division One

Chingford Athletic Res  1 – 3  Chigwell

Chingford Utd  3 – 2  Melbourne Sports

Rapid Chingford  1 – 7  FC Baresi

Sporting Hackney U23s  2 – 4  Lymore Gardens

That’s all for this week. My aim is to include Essex Alliance Rs among with the Olympian League round-up this season. Thanks for reading.