Round-up: Eastern Senior League Sth & Thurlow Nunn Premier R’s (Sat 1st Sept) [EaSL & TNP 1.9.18]

Written by Scott W  (Twitter: @ScottMHC14)

Hello again and welcome to my results round-up of the action on the first weekend of September in the Eastern Senior League South division and the Thurlow Nunn Premier, reduced due to the clubs involved in the FA Vase First Round Quali. Enjoy.

Frenford boss Dave Forbes was also the guest of the Grassroots Football Show this week – listen here (add URL):  https://m.mixcloud.com/EastLondonRadio/grassroots-football-show-30th-august-2018/

Eastern Senior League South (EaSL)

Saturday 1st September

Braintree Town Res   0 – 0  Benfleet

Brightlingsea Regent Res   2 – 3    Frenford

Coggeshall Utd   2 – 3  Hashtag Utd

Little Oakley   2 – 2  Hackney Wick

Lopes Tavares  5 – 5  Harwich & Parkeston

Thurlow Nunn Premier Division

Saturday 1st September

Godmanchester Rovers  2 – 2  Kirkley & Pakefield

Great Yarmouth Town  0 – 4   Stowmarket Town

Thetford Town  1 – 3   FC Clacton
That’s all for this week. Thanks for reading.

Round-up: Eastern Snr Lge Sth, Thurlow Nunn Premier & Essex Olympian Lge Premier (Sat 18th Aug) [EaSL, TNP & EOFLP 18.8.18]

Written by Scott W  (Twitter: @ScottMHC14)

Hello again and welcome to my results round-up of the action from the Eastern Senior League South division, Thurlow Nunn Premier and the Essex Olympian League Premier Division on the weekend of the 7th & 18th August. Enjoy.

Eastern Senior League South (EaSL)

Saturday 18th August

 

Benfleet  3 – 1  Wormley Rovers

Burnham Ramblers  2 – 2  Little Oakley

Coggeshall Utd  2 – 3  May & Baker

Frenford  3 – 2  Holland

Hackney Wick  6 – 1  Brightlingsea Regent Res

Harwich & Parkeston  4 – 3  Fire Utd

Hashtag Utd  1 – 1  Wivenhoe Town

Newbury Forest  4 – 5  Halstead Town

White Ensign  3 – 0  Braintree Town Res

 

Thurlow Nunn Premier Division

Friday 17th August

 

Godmancester Rovers 1 – 3  Histon

Wroxham  3 – 1  Great Yarmouth Town

 

Saturday 18th August

 

FC Clacton  0 – 3  Stowmarket Town

Framlingham Town  0 – 2  Haverhill Rovers

Gorleston  0 – 3  Walsham-le-Willows

Hadleigh Utd  3 – 4  Kirkley & Pakefield

Long Melford  3 – 1  Ely City

Newmarket Town  1 – 1  Brantham Athletic

Norwich Utd  4 – 1  Woodbridge Town

Whitton Utd 1 – 1 Thetford Town

 

Essex Olympian League Premier Division

 

Saturday 18th August

 

Buckhurst Hill  6 – 2  Old Southendian

Harold Wood Athletic  3 – 0  Springfield

Hutton  2 – 1  Bishop’s Stortford Swifts

Kelevedon Hatch  2 – 1  Great Baddow

Rayleigh Town  0 – 1  Leigh Ramblers

That’s all from this round-up, it’ll return next week.

Round-up: Eastern Snr Lge Sth & TN Prem [Tues/Wed 7-8 Aug 18] (EaSL & TNP 8.8.18)

Written by Scott W  (Twitter: @ScottMHC14)

Hello again and welcome to my midweek round-up of all the results from the Eastern Senior League South division and Thurlow Nunn Premier division. Enjoy.

Eastern Senior League South (EaSL)

Tuesday 7th August

Brightlingsea Regent Res.  0 – 3   Halstead Town

Coggesshall Utd  1 – 1  Little Oakley

Harwich & Parkeston  1 – 1 Holland

Hashtag Utd   1 – 1 Hackney Wick

Newbury Forest  3 – 2  Lopes Tavares

White Ensign  3 – 0   Burnham Ramblers

 

Wednesday 8th August

 

Benfleet 1 – 2 Frenford

Braintree Town Res  2 – 1   Wivenhoe Town

 

 

Thurlow Nunn Premier Division

Tuesday 7th August

Brantham Athletic  4 – 0  Hadleigh Utd

Ely City  2 – 0  Newmarket Town

Framlingham Town  0 – 3  Stowmarket Town

Gorleston  4 – 2  Norwich Utd

Haverhill Rovers   0 – 1   Godmanchester Rovers

Histon   2 – 1  Long Melford

Thetford Town  5 – 2   Great Yarmouth Town

Whitton Utd  0 – 1  FC Clacton

Wroxham  1 – 1   Kirkley & Pakefield

 

Wednesday 8th August

Woodbridge Town 0 – 2  Walsham-le-Willows

 

Thank you for reading, the Thurlow Nunn Prem & some EaSL sides are in FA Cup action though there will be a round-up of EaSL action at the weekend.

Round-up: Eastern Senior Lge Sth & TH Premier Division (EaSL & THP 5.8.18)

Written by Scott W (Twitter: @ScottMHC14)

Hello and welcome to a new round-up series for this season (2018-19) which will take in the scores for the new Eastern Senior League South division and the Thurlow Nunn Eastern Counties League Premier Division.

The season for both divisions started on the same weekend as the Essex Senior League though not all of the 19 sides in the Eastern Senior League started their season on the opening day.

We’ll start with the Eastern Senior Lge South then move to the Thurlow Nunn Premier Division. Thanks for reading.

 

Eastern Senior League South – Sat 4th Aug

Burnham Ramblers   2 – 2   Lopes Tavares (London)
| Leslie Field |

Frenford   2 – 2   Newbury Forest   | The Drive  |

Halstead Town  2 – 2   May & Baker E.C   |

Harwich & Parkeston  3 – 3   White Ensign  |

Holland       3 – 0     Braintree Town Res  | Eastcliff |

Little Oakley   3 – 2  Hashtag Utd   |

Wivenhoe Town   1 – 1    Wormley Rovers  |

 

 

Thurlow Nunn Premier Division – Fri 3rd Aug

Hadleigh Utd  5 – 1  FC Clacton

Histon  4 – 0   Haverhill Rovers

Sat 4th Aug

Ely City   3 – 1    Framlingham Town

Godmanchester Rovers    5 – 0     Wroxham

Kirkley & Pakefield   1 – 2     Brantham Athletic

Long Melford          2 – 2      Gorleston

Newmarket Town  4 – 2   Great Yarmouth Town

Norwich Utd        1 – 0     Whitton Utd

Stowmarket Town     2 – 1    Thetford Town

We’ll be back next week with this results round-up, have a good week.

Match Report: Barkingside 0 – 4 Stowmarket Town (FAC EPR)

The FA Cup – Extra Preliminary Round

Venue: Cricklefield

Attendance: 215

2017-18 Season – Match 10

Date: Sunday 6th August 2017 2pm KO

 Barkingside : Sky Blue Shirts, Navy Blue Shorts, Navy Blue Socks

Stowmarket Town : Gold & Black Shirts, Black Shorts, Black Socks

 

Scott W reporting (Follow me on Twitter: @ScottMHC14)

On a pleasant Sunday afternoon, Essex Senior League side Barkingside welcomed Thurlow Nunn Premier side Stowmarket Town to Cricklefield on the final day of this season’s FA Cup Extra Preliminary Round ties.

The hosts had what proved to be one of their best chances with only two minutes on the clock as forward Michael Ogboin was one-on-one with Stowmarket ‘keeper Craig Brand though his strike was just over the bar. The visitors soon responded. In the following twenty minutes, Town had numerous chances to open their account though efforts on goal from midfielder Jack Baker, winger Dan Cunningham and forwards Andrew Wood & George Bugg were all well-saved by the over-worked home goalkeeper Will Hunt.

Stowmarket did eventually take the lead seven minutes from the break, as the impressive full-back Ethan Clarke fizzed across a left-wing cross which was met by Wood, who slotted home past Hunt into the left corner. The visitors pushed for a second goal though Barkingside managed to keep the arrears to one at the break.

Half-Time: Barkingside 0 – 1 Stowmarket Town

The second half began in a similarly frenetic way, with Stowmarket forward Wood having another strike on goal saved by Hunt. The hosts then had a chance to level though forward Jerome Martelli blazed over the bar after being played in by Ogboin. Town spurned two more chances as the hour mark approached, though on 61 minutes they extended their lead as Bugg prodded home from a corner.

‘Side had one of their more decent spells in the match just after that goal though Ex-Southend Manor & Clapton winger Aundre Spencer’s shot went side of the right-side post whilst in a good position. Stowmarket did recover and pushed hard though in the last 15 minutes. The home side had a warning with twelve minutes left as they were indebted to a combination of their defence and Hunt as they cleared off the goal-line. Town did eventually wrap up the win though in the last six minutes as first, Ethan Clarke scored with a good deep looping header into the right corner, after being fed by a good ball in by full-back Ollie Brown. Wood then grabbed his second from the spot, blasted into the top-right corner.

Full-Time:  Barkingside 0 – 4  Stowmarket Town

Wood 38’, 87 (pen)’

Bugg 61’, E Clarke 84’

To be fair, Stowmarket more than deserved the win and played very well, they were good on-the-ball & were a hard-working outfit. As for Barkingside, it’s hard not to mention that this is a virtually new squad so it will take time for consistency to come, though today they didn’t really have the ball enough to create the chances that the likes of Ogboin would make the most of. I must also mention goalkeeper Will Hunt, who made numerous saves to keep his side in the match at times.

Best wishes to Stowmarket who host Romford in the next round. Commiserations to Barkingside, who will now focus elsewhere, starting with a home ESL match against Stansted on Saturday (12th August).

Teams:

Barkingside

Manager: Michael Walther

Stowmarket Town

Manager: Rick Andrews

1  Will Hunt  (GK) 1  Craig Brand  (GK)
2  Michael Bottone 2  Ollie Brown
3  Mike Sherwood 3  Anton Clarke
4  Euan Taylor-Reid 4  Ethan Clarke
5  Paul Shaves (C) 5  Phil Weavers
6  Jamie Pooley   (Subbed 53’) 6  Jemel Fox
7  Aundre Spencer 7  Dan Cunningham  (C)
8  Bradley Joseph 8  Jack Baker      (Subbed 62’)
9  Michael Ogboin     (Subbed 72’) 9  Andrew Wood
10  Jerome Martelli   (Subbed 53’) 10  George Bugg      (Subbed 79’)
11  Joe Newbold 11  Remi Garrett    (Subbed 72’)
   

Substitutes:

12  Jason Fontaine  (On 72’) 14  Angelo Harrop   (On 62’)
14  Mendez Gomez Formoso 15  Jon Carver
15  Eamon Payne 16  Ryan Yallop        (On 79’)
16 Tony Cookey 17  Billy Clark           (On 72’)
18  Matteus Santos    (On 53’) 18  Paul Mosgrove
19  Reece Hewitt       (On 53’)  
20  Jayden Mitchell-Brown  
   
   

Referee:

Michael Mackey

Assistant Referees:

David Behling

Grant Mathias

   
Booked: None Booked: Garrett