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Football: Local Sides Round-up (Through the Divisions) – December 17th 2016

Scott W reports with a round-up of all of today’s results (Dec 17th ’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 1 – 0 Hull City   (Premier League)

A late penalty by captain Mark Noble was enough to get the win for the Hammers against strugglers Hull City at the London Stadium. West Ham are now unbeaten in their last three league matches and rise to 13th in the EPL table. Hull on the other hand, have the worst run of form in the division, having amassed two points from their last six EPL matches, slipping to bottom in the table.

Wigan Athletic 2 – 3 Ipswich Town  (EFL Championship)

Mick McCarthy’s Ipswich side recovered from twice going behind to record their first win in four league matches. Yanic Wildschut twice put Wigan ahead at the DW Stadium, though a brace from Brett Pitman and a late winner from substitute David McGoldrick grabbed all three points for the Tractor Boys. Wigan have lost their last four league matches and sit 23rd in the table. Ipswich rise to 15th spot.

Oldham Athletic  0 – 2 Southend Utd   (EFL League One)

Southend produced a determined display to extend their unbeaten run to ten matches in League One. Goals from Nile Ranger and substitute Jermaine McGlashan gave the Shrimpers the win at Boundary Park. Oldham have failed to win in their last six league matches and sit at the foot of the table, whereas Southend rise to 7th spot, just a point off the play-off spots.

Colchester Utd  2 – 1 Notts County    (EFL League Two)

The U’s recovered from going behind to continue their decent recent league run at the Weston Homes Community Stadium. Elliot Hewitt put Notts in front, though Colchester soon equalised through Kurtis Guthrie and a Richard Duffy OG granted the U’s the three points. Notts County haven’t won in seven league matches now, sitting in 20th spot. Colchester rise to 13th spot in the table, only four points off the top seven.

Wycombe Wanderers 1 – 0 Leyton Orient (EFL League Two)

Scott Kashket returned to haunt his former club as his goal gave Wycombe all three points at Adams Park. Wycombe are unbeaten in seven league matches and are in 6th spot. Andy Edwards’ Orient are in 21st spot, though are only outside the bottom two on goal difference.

Dagenham & Redbridge 4 – 4 Solihull Moors   (National League Premier)

What a match to sum up. Solihull Moors’ early blitz saw them go three goals up in the first half hour at Victoria Road. Harry White, Omari Sterling & Jack Bryne goals saw to that, though the Daggers were up for the fight, pulling two goals back through captain Scott Doe and Tyrique Hyde, who scored his first goal for the club. Solihull extended their lead to 4-2 through Sterling’s second of the afternoon. Though, Dag & Red would not be denied as late goals from Oliver Hawkins & Corey Whitely meant the points were shared. Amazingly, only Lincoln City won of all the sides in the top six do John Still’s men stay 4th, six points off top spot. Solihull are in 16th spot, six points ahead of the bottom four.

Gateshead 1 – 1 Braintree Town    (National League Premier)

Braintree were denied a good away win by a late ‘Heed equaliser. Jack Midson had put the visitors in front just after the hour. Patrick McLaughlin’s penalty meant the points were shared. Gateshead haven’t won in six league matches though and reside in 11th place, whilst Braintree are in 21st spot.

East Thurrock Utd 5 – 1 Truro City     (National League South)

The Rocks hit another goal glut to come from behind and defeat the White Tigers at Rookery Hill. Andrew Neal had put Truro ahead before the half hour, though a Tom Wraight double had put the hosts in front at half-time. East Thurrock hammered home the advantage in the second period as goals from Kane Ferdinand, Wraight (who completed his hat-trick) and Ben Marlow saw them grab the three points. The Rocks have a fortress at home, being undefeated in ten league matches at Rookery Hill. Truro City fall to 16th in the table, whilst East Thurrock rise to 9th place, seven points off the top five.

Welling Utd 3 – 1 Concord Rangers   (National League South)

A hat-trick from Adam Coombes secured an important win for Jamie Day’s Welling Utd at Park View Road. Jordan Chiedozie had put Concord in front early on but couldn’t respond. Adam Flanagan’s men reside in 18th place in the table, whilst Welling climb out of the bottom three, now in 19th spot.

Weston-super-Mare 0 – 0 Chelmsford City      (National League South)

Chelmsford City gained a useful point away from home in this dead-locked match at Woodspring Stadium. Rod Stringer’s men sit in 6th place, having drawn six of their last seven league matches. The Seagulls fall into the bottom three, into 20th spot.

 Billericay Town  0 – 2 Kingstonian   (Ryman Premier Division)

The K’s emerged victorious at New Lodge as goals from Sam Page and Ryan Moss were enough to take all the points. Billericay are now winless in eight league matches, falling to 15th place. Kingstonian go up to 9th spot in the table, five points off the top five.

Brentwood Town  1 – 2 Maldon & Tiptree     (Ryman League Division North)

Maldon & Tiptree rallied from a goal down to defeat Tony Ievoli’s Brentwood at the Brentwood Arena. Andy Freeman put the hosts ahead before half-time which stood until the last ten minutes before a double-salvo from the Jammers’ Gavin Greenfield and hot-shot Liam Nash jammed any chance of a positive result for the hosts. Brentwood sit in 22nd spot in Ryman North. Kevin Horlock’s side are sitting pretty at the summit, seven points clear of Thurrock in 2nd.

Waltham Abbey 1 – 4  Bowers & Pitsea   (Ryman League Division North)

Bowers won their seventh league match on-the-trot as they racked up an impressive win at Capershotts. Goals from Ben Sartain, Brad Warner, Lewis Manor & David Knight sealed the points, though Tremayne Coley grabbed a late consolation for the Abbotts. Bowers reside in 4th spot, whilst Waltham Abbey are in 20th place, just two points above the bottom three.

 

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Football: Local Sides Round-up (Through the Divisions) – December 17th 2016

Scott W reports with a round-up of all of today’s results (Dec 17th ’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 1 – 0 Hull City   (Premier League)

A late penalty by captain Mark Noble was enough to get the win for the Hammers against strugglers Hull City at the London Stadium. West Ham are now unbeaten in their last three league matches and rise to 13th in the EPL table. Hull on the other hand, have the worst run of form in the division, having amassed two points from their last six EPL matches, slipping to bottom in the table.

Wigan Athletic 2 – 3 Ipswich Town  (EFL Championship)

Mick McCarthy’s Ipswich side recovered from twice going behind to record their first win in four league matches. Yanic Wildschut twice put Wigan ahead at the DW Stadium, though a brace from Brett Pitman and a late winner from substitute David McGoldrick grabbed all three points for the Tractor Boys. Wigan have lost their last four league matches and sit 23rd in the table. Ipswich rise to 15th spot.

Oldham Athletic  0 – 2 Southend Utd   (EFL League One)

Southend produced a determined display to extend their unbeaten run to ten matches in League One. Goals from Nile Ranger and substitute Jermaine McGlashan gave the Shrimpers the win at Boundary Park. Oldham have failed to win in their last six league matches and sit at the foot of the table, whereas Southend rise to 7th spot, just a point off the play-off spots.

Colchester Utd  2 – 1 Notts County    (EFL League Two)

The U’s recovered from going behind to continue their decent recent league run at the Weston Homes Community Stadium. Elliot Hewitt put Notts in front, though Colchester soon equalised through Kurtis Guthrie and a Richard Duffy OG granted the U’s the three points. Notts County haven’t won in seven league matches now, sitting in 20th spot. Colchester rise to 13th spot in the table, only four points off the top seven.

Wycombe Wanderers 1 – 0 Leyton Orient (EFL League Two)

Scott Kashket returned to haunt his former club as his goal gave Wycombe all three points at Adams Park. Wycombe are unbeaten in seven league matches and are in 6th spot. Andy Edwards’ Orient are in 21st spot, though are only outside the bottom two on goal difference.

Dagenham & Redbridge 4 – 4 Solihull Moors   (National League Premier)

What a match to sum up. Solihull Moors’ early blitz saw them go three goals up in the first half hour at Victoria Road. Harry White, Omari Sterling & Jack Bryne goals saw to that, though the Daggers were up for the fight, pulling two goals back through captain Scott Doe and Tyrique Hyde, who scored his first goal for the club. Solihull extended their lead to 4-2 through Sterling’s second of the afternoon. Though, Dag & Red would not be denied as late goals from Oliver Hawkins & Corey Whitely meant the points were shared. Amazingly, only Lincoln City won of all the sides in the top six do John Still’s men stay 4th, six points off top spot. Solihull are in 16th spot, six points ahead of the bottom four.

Gateshead 1 – 1 Braintree Town    (National League Premier)

Braintree were denied a good away win by a late ‘Heed equaliser. Jack Midson had put the visitors in front just after the hour. Patrick McLaughlin’s penalty meant the points were shared. Gateshead haven’t won in six league matches though and reside in 11th place, whilst Braintree are in 21st spot.

East Thurrock Utd 5 – 1 Truro City     (National League South)

The Rocks hit another goal glut to come from behind and defeat the White Tigers at Rookery Hill. Andrew Neal had put Truro ahead before the half hour, though a Tom Wraight double had put the hosts in front at half-time. East Thurrock hammered home the advantage in the second period as goals from Kane Ferdinand, Wraight (who completed his hat-trick) and Ben Marlow saw them grab the three points. The Rocks have a fortress at home, being undefeated in ten league matches at Rookery Hill. Truro City fall to 16th in the table, whilst East Thurrock rise to 9th place, seven points off the top five.

Welling Utd 3 – 1 Concord Rangers   (National League South)

A hat-trick from Adam Coombes secured an important win for Jamie Day’s Welling Utd at Park View Road. Jordan Chiedozie had put Concord in front early on but couldn’t respond. Adam Flanagan’s men reside in 18th place in the table, whilst Welling climb out of the bottom three, now in 19th spot.

Weston-super-Mare 0 – 0 Chelmsford City      (National League South)

Chelmsford City gained a useful point away from home in this dead-locked match at Woodspring Stadium. Rod Stringer’s men sit in 6th place, having drawn six of their last seven league matches. The Seagulls fall into the bottom three, into 20th spot.

 Billericay Town  0 – 2 Kingstonian   (Ryman Premier Division)

The K’s emerged victorious at New Lodge as goals from Sam Page and Ryan Moss were enough to take all the points. Billericay are now winless in eight league matches, falling to 15th place. Kingstonian go up to 9th spot in the table, five points off the top five.

Brentwood Town  1 – 2 Maldon & Tiptree     (Ryman League Division North)

Maldon & Tiptree rallied from a goal down to defeat Tony Ievoli’s Brentwood at the Brentwood Arena. Andy Freeman put the hosts ahead before half-time which stood until the last ten minutes before a double-salvo from the Jammers’ Gavin Greenfield and hot-shot Liam Nash jammed any chance of a positive result for the hosts. Brentwood sit in 22nd spot in Ryman North. Kevin Horlock’s side are sitting pretty at the summit, seven points clear of Thurrock in 2nd.

Waltham Abbey 1 – 4  Bowers & Pitsea   (Ryman League Division North)

Bowers won their seventh league match on-the-trot as they racked up an impressive win at Capershotts. Goals from Ben Sartain, Brad Warner, Lewis Manor & David Knight sealed the points, though Tremayne Coley grabbed a late consolation for the Abbotts. Bowers reside in 4th spot, whilst Waltham Abbey are in 20th place, just two points above the bottom three.

 

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Football: Local Sides Round-up (Through the Divisions) – December 17th 2016

Scott W reports with a round-up of all of today’s results (Dec 17th ’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 1 – 0 Hull City   (Premier League)

A late penalty by captain Mark Noble was enough to get the win for the Hammers against strugglers Hull City at the London Stadium. West Ham are now unbeaten in their last three league matches and rise to 13th in the EPL table. Hull on the other hand, have the worst run of form in the division, having amassed two points from their last six EPL matches, slipping to bottom in the table.

Wigan Athletic 2 – 3 Ipswich Town  (EFL Championship)

Mick McCarthy’s Ipswich side recovered from twice going behind to record their first win in four league matches. Yanic Wildschut twice put Wigan ahead at the DW Stadium, though a brace from Brett Pitman and a late winner from substitute David McGoldrick grabbed all three points for the Tractor Boys. Wigan have lost their last four league matches and sit 23rd in the table. Ipswich rise to 15th spot.

Oldham Athletic  0 – 2 Southend Utd   (EFL League One)

Southend produced a determined display to extend their unbeaten run to ten matches in League One. Goals from Nile Ranger and substitute Jermaine McGlashan gave the Shrimpers the win at Boundary Park. Oldham have failed to win in their last six league matches and sit at the foot of the table, whereas Southend rise to 7th spot, just a point off the play-off spots.

Colchester Utd  2 – 1 Notts County    (EFL League Two)

The U’s recovered from going behind to continue their decent recent league run at the Weston Homes Community Stadium. Elliot Hewitt put Notts in front, though Colchester soon equalised through Kurtis Guthrie and a Richard Duffy OG granted the U’s the three points. Notts County haven’t won in seven league matches now, sitting in 20th spot. Colchester rise to 13th spot in the table, only four points off the top seven.

Wycombe Wanderers 1 – 0 Leyton Orient (EFL League Two)

Scott Kashket returned to haunt his former club as his goal gave Wycombe all three points at Adams Park. Wycombe are unbeaten in seven league matches and are in 6th spot. Andy Edwards’ Orient are in 21st spot, though are only outside the bottom two on goal difference.

Dagenham & Redbridge 4 – 4 Solihull Moors   (National League Premier)

What a match to sum up. Solihull Moors’ early blitz saw them go three goals up in the first half hour at Victoria Road. Harry White, Omari Sterling & Jack Bryne goals saw to that, though the Daggers were up for the fight, pulling two goals back through captain Scott Doe and Tyrique Hyde, who scored his first goal for the club. Solihull extended their lead to 4-2 through Sterling’s second of the afternoon. Though, Dag & Red would not be denied as late goals from Oliver Hawkins & Corey Whitely meant the points were shared. Amazingly, only Lincoln City won of all the sides in the top six do John Still’s men stay 4th, six points off top spot. Solihull are in 16th spot, six points ahead of the bottom four.

Gateshead 1 – 1 Braintree Town    (National League Premier)

Braintree were denied a good away win by a late ‘Heed equaliser. Jack Midson had put the visitors in front just after the hour. Patrick McLaughlin’s penalty meant the points were shared. Gateshead haven’t won in six league matches though and reside in 11th place, whilst Braintree are in 21st spot.

East Thurrock Utd 5 – 1 Truro City     (National League South)

The Rocks hit another goal glut to come from behind and defeat the White Tigers at Rookery Hill. Andrew Neal had put Truro ahead before the half hour, though a Tom Wraight double had put the hosts in front at half-time. East Thurrock hammered home the advantage in the second period as goals from Kane Ferdinand, Wraight (who completed his hat-trick) and Ben Marlow saw them grab the three points. The Rocks have a fortress at home, being undefeated in ten league matches at Rookery Hill. Truro City fall to 16th in the table, whilst East Thurrock rise to 9th place, seven points off the top five.

Welling Utd 3 – 1 Concord Rangers   (National League South)

A hat-trick from Adam Coombes secured an important win for Jamie Day’s Welling Utd at Park View Road. Jordan Chiedozie had put Concord in front early on but couldn’t respond. Adam Flanagan’s men reside in 18th place in the table, whilst Welling climb out of the bottom three, now in 19th spot.

Weston-super-Mare 0 – 0 Chelmsford City      (National League South)

Chelmsford City gained a useful point away from home in this dead-locked match at Woodspring Stadium. Rod Stringer’s men sit in 6th place, having drawn six of their last seven league matches. The Seagulls fall into the bottom three, into 20th spot.

 Billericay Town  0 – 2 Kingstonian   (Ryman Premier Division)

The K’s emerged victorious at New Lodge as goals from Sam Page and Ryan Moss were enough to take all the points. Billericay are now winless in eight league matches, falling to 15th place. Kingstonian go up to 9th spot in the table, five points off the top five.

Brentwood Town  1 – 2 Maldon & Tiptree     (Ryman League Division North)

Maldon & Tiptree rallied from a goal down to defeat Tony Ievoli’s Brentwood at the Brentwood Arena. Andy Freeman put the hosts ahead before half-time which stood until the last ten minutes before a double-salvo from the Jammers’ Gavin Greenfield and hot-shot Liam Nash jammed any chance of a positive result for the hosts. Brentwood sit in 22nd spot in Ryman North. Kevin Horlock’s side are sitting pretty at the summit, seven points clear of Thurrock in 2nd.

Waltham Abbey 1 – 4  Bowers & Pitsea   (Ryman League Division North)

Bowers won their seventh league match on-the-trot as they racked up an impressive win at Capershotts. Goals from Ben Sartain, Brad Warner, Lewis Manor & David Knight sealed the points, though Tremayne Coley grabbed a late consolation for the Abbotts. Bowers reside in 4th spot, whilst Waltham Abbey are in 20th place, just two points above the bottom three.

 

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Football: Local Sides Round-up (Through the Divisions) – December 17th 2016

Scott W reports with a round-up of all of today’s results (Dec 17th ’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 1 – 0 Hull City   (Premier League)

A late penalty by captain Mark Noble was enough to get the win for the Hammers against strugglers Hull City at the London Stadium. West Ham are now unbeaten in their last three league matches and rise to 13th in the EPL table. Hull on the other hand, have the worst run of form in the division, having amassed two points from their last six EPL matches, slipping to bottom in the table.

Wigan Athletic 2 – 3 Ipswich Town  (EFL Championship)

Mick McCarthy’s Ipswich side recovered from twice going behind to record their first win in four league matches. Yanic Wildschut twice put Wigan ahead at the DW Stadium, though a brace from Brett Pitman and a late winner from substitute David McGoldrick grabbed all three points for the Tractor Boys. Wigan have lost their last four league matches and sit 23rd in the table. Ipswich rise to 15th spot.

Oldham Athletic  0 – 2 Southend Utd   (EFL League One)

Southend produced a determined display to extend their unbeaten run to ten matches in League One. Goals from Nile Ranger and substitute Jermaine McGlashan gave the Shrimpers the win at Boundary Park. Oldham have failed to win in their last six league matches and sit at the foot of the table, whereas Southend rise to 7th spot, just a point off the play-off spots.

Colchester Utd  2 – 1 Notts County    (EFL League Two)

The U’s recovered from going behind to continue their decent recent league run at the Weston Homes Community Stadium. Elliot Hewitt put Notts in front, though Colchester soon equalised through Kurtis Guthrie and a Richard Duffy OG granted the U’s the three points. Notts County haven’t won in seven league matches now, sitting in 20th spot. Colchester rise to 13th spot in the table, only four points off the top seven.

Wycombe Wanderers 1 – 0 Leyton Orient (EFL League Two)

Scott Kashket returned to haunt his former club as his goal gave Wycombe all three points at Adams Park. Wycombe are unbeaten in seven league matches and are in 6th spot. Andy Edwards’ Orient are in 21st spot, though are only outside the bottom two on goal difference.

Dagenham & Redbridge 4 – 4 Solihull Moors   (National League Premier)

What a match to sum up. Solihull Moors’ early blitz saw them go three goals up in the first half hour at Victoria Road. Harry White, Omari Sterling & Jack Bryne goals saw to that, though the Daggers were up for the fight, pulling two goals back through captain Scott Doe and Tyrique Hyde, who scored his first goal for the club. Solihull extended their lead to 4-2 through Sterling’s second of the afternoon. Though, Dag & Red would not be denied as late goals from Oliver Hawkins & Corey Whitely meant the points were shared. Amazingly, only Lincoln City won of all the sides in the top six do John Still’s men stay 4th, six points off top spot. Solihull are in 16th spot, six points ahead of the bottom four.

Gateshead 1 – 1 Braintree Town    (National League Premier)

Braintree were denied a good away win by a late ‘Heed equaliser. Jack Midson had put the visitors in front just after the hour. Patrick McLaughlin’s penalty meant the points were shared. Gateshead haven’t won in six league matches though and reside in 11th place, whilst Braintree are in 21st spot.

East Thurrock Utd 5 – 1 Truro City     (National League South)

The Rocks hit another goal glut to come from behind and defeat the White Tigers at Rookery Hill. Andrew Neal had put Truro ahead before the half hour, though a Tom Wraight double had put the hosts in front at half-time. East Thurrock hammered home the advantage in the second period as goals from Kane Ferdinand, Wraight (who completed his hat-trick) and Ben Marlow saw them grab the three points. The Rocks have a fortress at home, being undefeated in ten league matches at Rookery Hill. Truro City fall to 16th in the table, whilst East Thurrock rise to 9th place, seven points off the top five.

Welling Utd 3 – 1 Concord Rangers   (National League South)

A hat-trick from Adam Coombes secured an important win for Jamie Day’s Welling Utd at Park View Road. Jordan Chiedozie had put Concord in front early on but couldn’t respond. Adam Flanagan’s men reside in 18th place in the table, whilst Welling climb out of the bottom three, now in 19th spot.

Weston-super-Mare 0 – 0 Chelmsford City      (National League South)

Chelmsford City gained a useful point away from home in this dead-locked match at Woodspring Stadium. Rod Stringer’s men sit in 6th place, having drawn six of their last seven league matches. The Seagulls fall into the bottom three, into 20th spot.

 Billericay Town  0 – 2 Kingstonian   (Ryman Premier Division)

The K’s emerged victorious at New Lodge as goals from Sam Page and Ryan Moss were enough to take all the points. Billericay are now winless in eight league matches, falling to 15th place. Kingstonian go up to 9th spot in the table, five points off the top five.

Brentwood Town  1 – 2 Maldon & Tiptree     (Ryman League Division North)

Maldon & Tiptree rallied from a goal down to defeat Tony Ievoli’s Brentwood at the Brentwood Arena. Andy Freeman put the hosts ahead before half-time which stood until the last ten minutes before a double-salvo from the Jammers’ Gavin Greenfield and hot-shot Liam Nash jammed any chance of a positive result for the hosts. Brentwood sit in 22nd spot in Ryman North. Kevin Horlock’s side are sitting pretty at the summit, seven points clear of Thurrock in 2nd.

Waltham Abbey 1 – 4  Bowers & Pitsea   (Ryman League Division North)

Bowers won their seventh league match on-the-trot as they racked up an impressive win at Capershotts. Goals from Ben Sartain, Brad Warner, Lewis Manor & David Knight sealed the points, though Tremayne Coley grabbed a late consolation for the Abbotts. Bowers reside in 4th spot, whilst Waltham Abbey are in 20th place, just two points above the bottom three.

 

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