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Football: Local Sides Round-up (Through the Divisions) – December 10th 2016

Scott W reports with a round-up of all of today’s results (Dec 10th ’16) from the local sides we look out for on Phoenix Sport, from West Ham Utd all the way to Bowers & Pitsea & Brentwood Town.

West Ham Utd play Liverpool at Anfield on Sunday – KO 4.30pm

Ipswich Town  1 – 1  Cardiff City  (EFL Championship)

Ipswich were held to a draw by Neil Warnock’s battling Cardiff City outfit. Aron Gunnarsson put the Bluebirds in front before half-time. Ipswich responded through Luke Varney seven minutes into the second period. The visitors lost defender Sol Bamba to a straight red card with 20-odd minutes to play but held on for a point. Ipswich sit in 17th place in the Championship table, whilst Cardiff are 22nd, level on points with Blackburn Rovers.

Southend Utd 3 – 1 Coventry City      (EFL League One)

Southend comfortably beat struggling Coventry City at Roots Hall. Goals from Anthony Wordsworth, Anton Ferdinand & Stephen McLaughlin helped the Shrimpers on the way, whilst Daniel Agyei scored a late consolation for the visitors. Southend are now unbeaten in six league matches (3 wins & 3 draws) and sit in 8th spot, just a point off the top six. By contrast, Coventry have lost five out of the last six league matches and reside in 21st place.

Leyton Orient 1 – 0 Accrington Stanley    (EFL League Two)

A solitary goal from Jay Simpson was enough to grab three vital points for the O’s at the Matchroom Stadium. Accrington’s afternoon got more difficult as they lost captain Sean McConville to a straight red before the half hour mark. Orient today won their first match in four and are 21st in the table, over-taking their opponents today. Accrington have lost five out of the last six league matches; sit in 22nd spot, three points clear of the bottom two.

Mansfield Town 0 – 0 Colchester Utd      (EFL League Two)

Colchester battled to a goalless draw at Field Mill & in the process notched up their third clean sheet in a row. Steve Evans’ Mansfield side are 13th in League Two, whilst the U’s sit in 16th spot, six points clear of the bottom two.

Braintree Town 2 – 0 Torquay Utd      (The FA Trophy First Round)

A quick-fire second-half brace from Jack Midson saw Braintree progress to the next round at a damp Cressing Road. The Gulls had chances of their own but couldn’t capitalise on them in a disappointing afternoon for Kevin Nicholson’s men.

Chelmsford City 1 – 0 Hitchin Town      (The FA Trophy First Round)

Shaun Jeffers’ 15th goal of the season was enough for the Clarets to go through to the next round, defeating Evo-Stik Southern Premier side Hitchin Town at Melbourne Park.  

Dagenham & Redbridge 1 – 2 Worthing    (The FA Trophy First Round)

The Daggers continued their indifferent form of late with a home defeat to Ryman Premier side Worthing at Victoria Road. Dagenham striker Paul Benson put his side ahead before half-time though the Rebels responded well after the break, with goals from Will Hendon & Lloyd Dawes securing a big win for the visitors. Congratulations to them.

East Thurrock Utd 1 – 1 Aldershot Town     (The FA Trophy First Round)

The Rocks held that National League opponents Aldershot to a creditable draw at Rookery Hill. Talismanic striker Sam Higgins put the hosts in front, before the Shot’s Bernard Mensah equalised five minutes later. East Thurrock had goalkeeper Lukas Lidakevicius produced a great display as they forced a replay which will be this Monday night (Dec 12th) at Aldershot’s Recreation Ground.

Concord Rangers did not play this weekend. They are next in action next Saturday (Dec 17th), away to Welling Utd in National League South.

Burgess Hill Town 2 – 1 Billericay Town     (Ryman Premier Division)

Burgess Hill narrowly defeated Craig Edwards’ men at Leylands Park. A Dan Pearse penalty and a tap-in from Jack Brivio put the Hillians two up at the break. Billericay responded with another penalty through Billy Bricknell, nine minutes into the second half. The hosts held out for the win though, in what was ex-Leyton Orient man Dean Cox’s final match of his short spell at the club. The Hillians rise to 17th in the table, only three points ahead of the bottom four. Billericay are in 13th spot, having failed to win in six league matches now.

Bowers & Pitsea 3 – 1 Phoenix Sports    (Ryman League Division North)

Bowers continued their sparkling recent form in Ryman North with a fine win against fellow high-flyers Phoenix Sports at the Len Salmon Stadium. A brace from striker David Knight and a Brad Warner goal sent Rob Small’s men well on their way to victory. Joshua Jackson got a consolation for the visitors 20 minutes from time. Bowers have now won 6 league matches in a row and sit in 5th spot, displacing Cheshunt. Phoenix Sports fall to 9th spot in the table, only two points off the top five.

Dereham Town  1 – 3 Brentwood Town       (Ryman League Division North)

Tony Ievoli’s Brentwood side made light of their recent woes by picking up a fine win at Dereham’s Aldiss Park. Ife Ogunbayo put the visitors in front before the break. Things got better for the Blues as ex-Redbridge forward Kieran English scored a penalty on his debut for the club. Joe Gatting netted a late consolation for the Magpies before substitute Chris Cordara-Soares sealed the win with Brentwood’s third shortly before the end. Dereham are 15th in the table, whereas Brentwood sit 21st, a point clear of the bottom three after this morale-boosting win.

Football: Local Sides Round-up (Through the Divisions) – December 10th 2016

Scott W reports with a round-up of all of today’s results (Dec 10th ’16) from the local sides we look out for on Phoenix Sport, from West Ham Utd all the way to Bowers & Pitsea & Brentwood Town.

West Ham Utd play Liverpool at Anfield on Sunday – KO 4.30pm

Ipswich Town  1 – 1  Cardiff City  (EFL Championship)

Ipswich were held to a draw by Neil Warnock’s battling Cardiff City outfit. Aron Gunnarsson put the Bluebirds in front before half-time. Ipswich responded through Luke Varney seven minutes into the second period. The visitors lost defender Sol Bamba to a straight red card with 20-odd minutes to play but held on for a point. Ipswich sit in 17th place in the Championship table, whilst Cardiff are 22nd, level on points with Blackburn Rovers.

Southend Utd 3 – 1 Coventry City      (EFL League One)

Southend comfortably beat struggling Coventry City at Roots Hall. Goals from Anthony Wordsworth, Anton Ferdinand & Stephen McLaughlin helped the Shrimpers on the way, whilst Daniel Agyei scored a late consolation for the visitors. Southend are now unbeaten in six league matches (3 wins & 3 draws) and sit in 8th spot, just a point off the top six. By contrast, Coventry have lost five out of the last six league matches and reside in 21st place.

Leyton Orient 1 – 0 Accrington Stanley    (EFL League Two)

A solitary goal from Jay Simpson was enough to grab three vital points for the O’s at the Matchroom Stadium. Accrington’s afternoon got more difficult as they lost captain Sean McConville to a straight red before the half hour mark. Orient today won their first match in four and are 21st in the table, over-taking their opponents today. Accrington have lost five out of the last six league matches; sit in 22nd spot, three points clear of the bottom two.

Mansfield Town 0 – 0 Colchester Utd      (EFL League Two)

Colchester battled to a goalless draw at Field Mill & in the process notched up their third clean sheet in a row. Steve Evans’ Mansfield side are 13th in League Two, whilst the U’s sit in 16th spot, six points clear of the bottom two.

Braintree Town 2 – 0 Torquay Utd      (The FA Trophy First Round)

A quick-fire second-half brace from Jack Midson saw Braintree progress to the next round at a damp Cressing Road. The Gulls had chances of their own but couldn’t capitalise on them in a disappointing afternoon for Kevin Nicholson’s men.

Chelmsford City 1 – 0 Hitchin Town      (The FA Trophy First Round)

Shaun Jeffers’ 15th goal of the season was enough for the Clarets to go through to the next round, defeating Evo-Stik Southern Premier side Hitchin Town at Melbourne Park.  

Dagenham & Redbridge 1 – 2 Worthing    (The FA Trophy First Round)

The Daggers continued their indifferent form of late with a home defeat to Ryman Premier side Worthing at Victoria Road. Dagenham striker Paul Benson put his side ahead before half-time though the Rebels responded well after the break, with goals from Will Hendon & Lloyd Dawes securing a big win for the visitors. Congratulations to them.

East Thurrock Utd 1 – 1 Aldershot Town     (The FA Trophy First Round)

The Rocks held that National League opponents Aldershot to a creditable draw at Rookery Hill. Talismanic striker Sam Higgins put the hosts in front, before the Shot’s Bernard Mensah equalised five minutes later. East Thurrock had goalkeeper Lukas Lidakevicius produced a great display as they forced a replay which will be this Monday night (Dec 12th) at Aldershot’s Recreation Ground.

Concord Rangers did not play this weekend. They are next in action next Saturday (Dec 17th), away to Welling Utd in National League South.

Burgess Hill Town 2 – 1 Billericay Town     (Ryman Premier Division)

Burgess Hill narrowly defeated Craig Edwards’ men at Leylands Park. A Dan Pearse penalty and a tap-in from Jack Brivio put the Hillians two up at the break. Billericay responded with another penalty through Billy Bricknell, nine minutes into the second half. The hosts held out for the win though, in what was ex-Leyton Orient man Dean Cox’s final match of his short spell at the club. The Hillians rise to 17th in the table, only three points ahead of the bottom four. Billericay are in 13th spot, having failed to win in six league matches now.

Bowers & Pitsea 3 – 1 Phoenix Sports    (Ryman League Division North)

Bowers continued their sparkling recent form in Ryman North with a fine win against fellow high-flyers Phoenix Sports at the Len Salmon Stadium. A brace from striker David Knight and a Brad Warner goal sent Rob Small’s men well on their way to victory. Joshua Jackson got a consolation for the visitors 20 minutes from time. Bowers have now won 6 league matches in a row and sit in 5th spot, displacing Cheshunt. Phoenix Sports fall to 9th spot in the table, only two points off the top five.

Dereham Town  1 – 3 Brentwood Town       (Ryman League Division North)

Tony Ievoli’s Brentwood side made light of their recent woes by picking up a fine win at Dereham’s Aldiss Park. Ife Ogunbayo put the visitors in front before the break. Things got better for the Blues as ex-Redbridge forward Kieran English scored a penalty on his debut for the club. Joe Gatting netted a late consolation for the Magpies before substitute Chris Cordara-Soares sealed the win with Brentwood’s third shortly before the end. Dereham are 15th in the table, whereas Brentwood sit 21st, a point clear of the bottom three after this morale-boosting win.

Football: Local Sides Round-up (Through the Divisions) – December 10th 2016

Scott W reports with a round-up of all of today’s results (Dec 10th ’16) from the local sides we look out for on Phoenix Sport, from West Ham Utd all the way to Bowers & Pitsea & Brentwood Town.

West Ham Utd play Liverpool at Anfield on Sunday – KO 4.30pm

Ipswich Town  1 – 1  Cardiff City  (EFL Championship)

Ipswich were held to a draw by Neil Warnock’s battling Cardiff City outfit. Aron Gunnarsson put the Bluebirds in front before half-time. Ipswich responded through Luke Varney seven minutes into the second period. The visitors lost defender Sol Bamba to a straight red card with 20-odd minutes to play but held on for a point. Ipswich sit in 17th place in the Championship table, whilst Cardiff are 22nd, level on points with Blackburn Rovers.

Southend Utd 3 – 1 Coventry City      (EFL League One)

Southend comfortably beat struggling Coventry City at Roots Hall. Goals from Anthony Wordsworth, Anton Ferdinand & Stephen McLaughlin helped the Shrimpers on the way, whilst Daniel Agyei scored a late consolation for the visitors. Southend are now unbeaten in six league matches (3 wins & 3 draws) and sit in 8th spot, just a point off the top six. By contrast, Coventry have lost five out of the last six league matches and reside in 21st place.

Leyton Orient 1 – 0 Accrington Stanley    (EFL League Two)

A solitary goal from Jay Simpson was enough to grab three vital points for the O’s at the Matchroom Stadium. Accrington’s afternoon got more difficult as they lost captain Sean McConville to a straight red before the half hour mark. Orient today won their first match in four and are 21st in the table, over-taking their opponents today. Accrington have lost five out of the last six league matches; sit in 22nd spot, three points clear of the bottom two.

Mansfield Town 0 – 0 Colchester Utd      (EFL League Two)

Colchester battled to a goalless draw at Field Mill & in the process notched up their third clean sheet in a row. Steve Evans’ Mansfield side are 13th in League Two, whilst the U’s sit in 16th spot, six points clear of the bottom two.

Braintree Town 2 – 0 Torquay Utd      (The FA Trophy First Round)

A quick-fire second-half brace from Jack Midson saw Braintree progress to the next round at a damp Cressing Road. The Gulls had chances of their own but couldn’t capitalise on them in a disappointing afternoon for Kevin Nicholson’s men.

Chelmsford City 1 – 0 Hitchin Town      (The FA Trophy First Round)

Shaun Jeffers’ 15th goal of the season was enough for the Clarets to go through to the next round, defeating Evo-Stik Southern Premier side Hitchin Town at Melbourne Park.  

Dagenham & Redbridge 1 – 2 Worthing    (The FA Trophy First Round)

The Daggers continued their indifferent form of late with a home defeat to Ryman Premier side Worthing at Victoria Road. Dagenham striker Paul Benson put his side ahead before half-time though the Rebels responded well after the break, with goals from Will Hendon & Lloyd Dawes securing a big win for the visitors. Congratulations to them.

East Thurrock Utd 1 – 1 Aldershot Town     (The FA Trophy First Round)

The Rocks held that National League opponents Aldershot to a creditable draw at Rookery Hill. Talismanic striker Sam Higgins put the hosts in front, before the Shot’s Bernard Mensah equalised five minutes later. East Thurrock had goalkeeper Lukas Lidakevicius produced a great display as they forced a replay which will be this Monday night (Dec 12th) at Aldershot’s Recreation Ground.

Concord Rangers did not play this weekend. They are next in action next Saturday (Dec 17th), away to Welling Utd in National League South.

Burgess Hill Town 2 – 1 Billericay Town     (Ryman Premier Division)

Burgess Hill narrowly defeated Craig Edwards’ men at Leylands Park. A Dan Pearse penalty and a tap-in from Jack Brivio put the Hillians two up at the break. Billericay responded with another penalty through Billy Bricknell, nine minutes into the second half. The hosts held out for the win though, in what was ex-Leyton Orient man Dean Cox’s final match of his short spell at the club. The Hillians rise to 17th in the table, only three points ahead of the bottom four. Billericay are in 13th spot, having failed to win in six league matches now.

Bowers & Pitsea 3 – 1 Phoenix Sports    (Ryman League Division North)

Bowers continued their sparkling recent form in Ryman North with a fine win against fellow high-flyers Phoenix Sports at the Len Salmon Stadium. A brace from striker David Knight and a Brad Warner goal sent Rob Small’s men well on their way to victory. Joshua Jackson got a consolation for the visitors 20 minutes from time. Bowers have now won 6 league matches in a row and sit in 5th spot, displacing Cheshunt. Phoenix Sports fall to 9th spot in the table, only two points off the top five.

Dereham Town  1 – 3 Brentwood Town       (Ryman League Division North)

Tony Ievoli’s Brentwood side made light of their recent woes by picking up a fine win at Dereham’s Aldiss Park. Ife Ogunbayo put the visitors in front before the break. Things got better for the Blues as ex-Redbridge forward Kieran English scored a penalty on his debut for the club. Joe Gatting netted a late consolation for the Magpies before substitute Chris Cordara-Soares sealed the win with Brentwood’s third shortly before the end. Dereham are 15th in the table, whereas Brentwood sit 21st, a point clear of the bottom three after this morale-boosting win.

Football: Local Sides Round-up (Through the Divisions) – December 10th 2016

Scott W reports with a round-up of all of today’s results (Dec 10th ’16) from the local sides we look out for on Phoenix Sport, from West Ham Utd all the way to Bowers & Pitsea & Brentwood Town.

West Ham Utd play Liverpool at Anfield on Sunday – KO 4.30pm

Ipswich Town  1 – 1  Cardiff City  (EFL Championship)

Ipswich were held to a draw by Neil Warnock’s battling Cardiff City outfit. Aron Gunnarsson put the Bluebirds in front before half-time. Ipswich responded through Luke Varney seven minutes into the second period. The visitors lost defender Sol Bamba to a straight red card with 20-odd minutes to play but held on for a point. Ipswich sit in 17th place in the Championship table, whilst Cardiff are 22nd, level on points with Blackburn Rovers.

Southend Utd 3 – 1 Coventry City      (EFL League One)

Southend comfortably beat struggling Coventry City at Roots Hall. Goals from Anthony Wordsworth, Anton Ferdinand & Stephen McLaughlin helped the Shrimpers on the way, whilst Daniel Agyei scored a late consolation for the visitors. Southend are now unbeaten in six league matches (3 wins & 3 draws) and sit in 8th spot, just a point off the top six. By contrast, Coventry have lost five out of the last six league matches and reside in 21st place.

Leyton Orient 1 – 0 Accrington Stanley    (EFL League Two)

A solitary goal from Jay Simpson was enough to grab three vital points for the O’s at the Matchroom Stadium. Accrington’s afternoon got more difficult as they lost captain Sean McConville to a straight red before the half hour mark. Orient today won their first match in four and are 21st in the table, over-taking their opponents today. Accrington have lost five out of the last six league matches; sit in 22nd spot, three points clear of the bottom two.

Mansfield Town 0 – 0 Colchester Utd      (EFL League Two)

Colchester battled to a goalless draw at Field Mill & in the process notched up their third clean sheet in a row. Steve Evans’ Mansfield side are 13th in League Two, whilst the U’s sit in 16th spot, six points clear of the bottom two.

Braintree Town 2 – 0 Torquay Utd      (The FA Trophy First Round)

A quick-fire second-half brace from Jack Midson saw Braintree progress to the next round at a damp Cressing Road. The Gulls had chances of their own but couldn’t capitalise on them in a disappointing afternoon for Kevin Nicholson’s men.

Chelmsford City 1 – 0 Hitchin Town      (The FA Trophy First Round)

Shaun Jeffers’ 15th goal of the season was enough for the Clarets to go through to the next round, defeating Evo-Stik Southern Premier side Hitchin Town at Melbourne Park.  

Dagenham & Redbridge 1 – 2 Worthing    (The FA Trophy First Round)

The Daggers continued their indifferent form of late with a home defeat to Ryman Premier side Worthing at Victoria Road. Dagenham striker Paul Benson put his side ahead before half-time though the Rebels responded well after the break, with goals from Will Hendon & Lloyd Dawes securing a big win for the visitors. Congratulations to them.

East Thurrock Utd 1 – 1 Aldershot Town     (The FA Trophy First Round)

The Rocks held that National League opponents Aldershot to a creditable draw at Rookery Hill. Talismanic striker Sam Higgins put the hosts in front, before the Shot’s Bernard Mensah equalised five minutes later. East Thurrock had goalkeeper Lukas Lidakevicius produced a great display as they forced a replay which will be this Monday night (Dec 12th) at Aldershot’s Recreation Ground.

Concord Rangers did not play this weekend. They are next in action next Saturday (Dec 17th), away to Welling Utd in National League South.

Burgess Hill Town 2 – 1 Billericay Town     (Ryman Premier Division)

Burgess Hill narrowly defeated Craig Edwards’ men at Leylands Park. A Dan Pearse penalty and a tap-in from Jack Brivio put the Hillians two up at the break. Billericay responded with another penalty through Billy Bricknell, nine minutes into the second half. The hosts held out for the win though, in what was ex-Leyton Orient man Dean Cox’s final match of his short spell at the club. The Hillians rise to 17th in the table, only three points ahead of the bottom four. Billericay are in 13th spot, having failed to win in six league matches now.

Bowers & Pitsea 3 – 1 Phoenix Sports    (Ryman League Division North)

Bowers continued their sparkling recent form in Ryman North with a fine win against fellow high-flyers Phoenix Sports at the Len Salmon Stadium. A brace from striker David Knight and a Brad Warner goal sent Rob Small’s men well on their way to victory. Joshua Jackson got a consolation for the visitors 20 minutes from time. Bowers have now won 6 league matches in a row and sit in 5th spot, displacing Cheshunt. Phoenix Sports fall to 9th spot in the table, only two points off the top five.

Dereham Town  1 – 3 Brentwood Town       (Ryman League Division North)

Tony Ievoli’s Brentwood side made light of their recent woes by picking up a fine win at Dereham’s Aldiss Park. Ife Ogunbayo put the visitors in front before the break. Things got better for the Blues as ex-Redbridge forward Kieran English scored a penalty on his debut for the club. Joe Gatting netted a late consolation for the Magpies before substitute Chris Cordara-Soares sealed the win with Brentwood’s third shortly before the end. Dereham are 15th in the table, whereas Brentwood sit 21st, a point clear of the bottom three after this morale-boosting win.

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