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Football: Local Sides Round-up (Through the Divisions) – February 18th 2017

Scott W reports with a round-up of all of today’s results (Feb 18th ‘17) from the local sides we look out for on Phoenix Sport, from West Ham Utd all the way to Bowers & Pitsea & Brentwood Town.

In the main, it was a disappointing day for our local sides.

West Ham Utd were not in action today.    (Premier League)

Ipswich Town  1 – 1    Leeds Utd  (EFL Championship)

The Tractor Boys were held by Garry Monk’s side at Portman Road. Freddie Sears put the hosts ahead early on, before Stuart Dallas levelled for the Whites just before the break. Ipswich stay 13th with this result, whilst Leeds stay 5th.

Southend Utd  2 – 2 Northampton Town  (EFL League One)

The Shrimpers were twice pegged back by the Cobblers at Roots Hall. Jermaine McGlashan put the home side ahead on twenty minutes, though Marc Richards levelled ten minutes later. Though Phil Brown’s side re-took the lead just two minutes later courtesy of forward Simon Cox. Ex-Colchester midfielder John-Joe O’Toole drew the visitors’ level just before half-time. Southend remain 6th in the table, ten points away from the promotion places. Northampton remain in 14th spot.

Accrington Stanley   2 – 1   Colchester Utd  (EFL League Two)

Stanley held on to gain a important win at the Crown Ground. Billy Kee put John Coleman’s side ahead on 18 minutes, before Matty Pearson doubled their advantage just past the half-hour. The home side were reduced to ten men just before the break as Omar Beckles received a straight red card. Substitute Chris Porter pulled one back for the U’s with a late penalty. Stanley rise to 19th with this win, whilst Colchester drop to 11th place, three points away from the play-off places.

Leyton Orient  2 – 3  Notts County   (EFL League Two)

Orient suffered another agonising afternoon at Brisbane Road as Kevin Nolan returned to haunt his former club. Jorge Grant put the visitors ahead with ten minutes of the first half remaining, before early in the second-half Jon Stead doubled their lead. Orient pulled one back through Paul McCallum just moments later. Late on, Teddy Megazue pulled Danny Webb’s side level and Orient did look set for a point. Not to be however, as Stead popped up five minutes from time to grab all three points for the Magpies. Orient have lost their last four home league matches now, and remain 23rd, three points from safety. Notts County rise to 20th in the table, four points clear of today’s opponents.

Dagenham & Redbridge  1 – 2  Guiseley           (National League Premier)

John Still’s men suffered a setback to their promotion-hunt at Victoria Road. The Lions took the lead early on through Jordan Preston. Things got worse for the Daggers as striker Corey Whitely was set off after just 15 minutes. Preston doubled the visitors’ lead ten minutes into the second period. Oliver Hawkins grabbed a late consolation for the hosts. Guiseley jump out of the bottom four with this win, into 19th spot, two points clear of the bottom four. Dagenham stay 2nd, though are three points off leaders Lincoln, who also have two games in hand.

Macclesfield Town  2 – 0   Braintree Town  (National League Premier)

The Silkmen recorded a important win to keep their play-off hopes going at Moss Rose. Two goals in three minutes deep into the second-half from Connor Jennings and Chris Holroyd were enough to give John Askey’s side the points. Macclesfield remain 9th in the table, six points behind the top five. Braintree remain 16th, four points clear of the bottom four.

Dartford   0 – 1   Chelmsford City  (National League South)

The Clarets grabbed a big win at in-form Dartford. A solitary goal from Anthony Church with twenty minutes remaining was enough for the win. Dartford remain 3rd in the table, four points away from joint-leaders Ebbsfleet and Maidenhead (who are level on points & goal difference). Chelmsford rise to 6th place, just a point away from the top five.

East Thurrock Utd  2 – 1  Hampton & Richmond Borough  (National League South)

A goal in each half for the Rocks was enough for the win at Rookery Hill. Reece Harris put John Coventry’s side ahead early-on. After the break, Duncan Colley levelled for the Beavers. Though with just minutes remaining, Tom Wraight’s winner grabbed all three points for the home side. East Thurrock stay 11th, whilst Hampton fall to 7th place.

Truro City   1 – 2    Concord Rangers  (National League South)

Concord’s first away league win in five matches boosted their fight against the drop at Treyew Road. Ex-Plymouth forward Tyler Harvey put the hosts ahead on the quarter-hour, before Lyle Della-Verde levelled for Adam Flanagan’s side just before the half-hour. Steve Cawley then put Concord ahead six minues before the break. Truro, who have now only won one of their eight league matches, remain in 18th spot – three points clear of the bottom three. Concord rise to 15th place, now eight points clear of the bottom three.

Grays Athletic    1 – 0   Billericay Town  (Ryman League Premier Division)

Grays battled to a hard-fought win at Mill Field, courtesy of a cracking free-kick by Kwabena Osei with moments remaining. Billericay stay 11th, whilst Grays remain bottom though gain ground on the rest of the bottom four, though they are seven points from safety.

Fri Result: Bowers & Pitsea  4  –  0  Tilbury  (Ryman League Division North)

On Friday night, in front of a crowd of over 250 fans, Bowers produced to display to match, comfortably defeating Tilbury at the Len Salmon. David Knight puts the hosts ahead just past the quarter-hour, before second half goals from Martyn Stokes, Knight and Brad Warner sealed the points. Bowers are now unbeaten in five league matches, though sit in 6th place, two points away from the top five. Tilbury are now winless in six league matches, and are in 12th place.

Waltham Abbey    1 – 0    Brentwood Town   (Ryman League Division North)

The Abbotts won their 4th league match on-the-trot, narrowly defeating Tony Ievoli’s side at Capershotts. Michael Spencer got the only goal of the match, just on the half-hour mark. Abbey rise to 16th place, eleven points clear of the bottom three. Brentwood remain 22nd, four points from safety.

Cheshunt   3 – 1    Great Wakering Rovers  (Ryman League Division North)

The Ambers won their 6th league match on-the-spin at Theobalds Lane. Thoug Wakering took the lead through Jake Gordon’s spot-kick six minutes before the break. Cheshunt equalised on the strike of half-time through Liam Hope. Wakering’s afternoon got tougher after Eliot Warren was dismissed for two bookings mid-way through the second period. The home side made them pay late on as goals from James Thomas and Jason Hallett sealed the win. Cheshunt go back into 5th, leap-frogging Bowers after their win the previous evening. As for Wakering, their winless streak in the league stretches to ten matches, and they remain bottom, 12 points from safety.

Football: Local Sides Round-up (Through the Divisions) – February 18th 2017

Scott W reports with a round-up of all of today’s results (Feb 18th ‘17) from the local sides we look out for on Phoenix Sport, from West Ham Utd all the way to Bowers & Pitsea & Brentwood Town.

In the main, it was a disappointing day for our local sides.

West Ham Utd were not in action today.    (Premier League)

Ipswich Town  1 – 1    Leeds Utd  (EFL Championship)

The Tractor Boys were held by Garry Monk’s side at Portman Road. Freddie Sears put the hosts ahead early on, before Stuart Dallas levelled for the Whites just before the break. Ipswich stay 13th with this result, whilst Leeds stay 5th.

Southend Utd  2 – 2 Northampton Town  (EFL League One)

The Shrimpers were twice pegged back by the Cobblers at Roots Hall. Jermaine McGlashan put the home side ahead on twenty minutes, though Marc Richards levelled ten minutes later. Though Phil Brown’s side re-took the lead just two minutes later courtesy of forward Simon Cox. Ex-Colchester midfielder John-Joe O’Toole drew the visitors’ level just before half-time. Southend remain 6th in the table, ten points away from the promotion places. Northampton remain in 14th spot.

Accrington Stanley   2 – 1   Colchester Utd  (EFL League Two)

Stanley held on to gain a important win at the Crown Ground. Billy Kee put John Coleman’s side ahead on 18 minutes, before Matty Pearson doubled their advantage just past the half-hour. The home side were reduced to ten men just before the break as Omar Beckles received a straight red card. Substitute Chris Porter pulled one back for the U’s with a late penalty. Stanley rise to 19th with this win, whilst Colchester drop to 11th place, three points away from the play-off places.

Leyton Orient  2 – 3  Notts County   (EFL League Two)

Orient suffered another agonising afternoon at Brisbane Road as Kevin Nolan returned to haunt his former club. Jorge Grant put the visitors ahead with ten minutes of the first half remaining, before early in the second-half Jon Stead doubled their lead. Orient pulled one back through Paul McCallum just moments later. Late on, Teddy Megazue pulled Danny Webb’s side level and Orient did look set for a point. Not to be however, as Stead popped up five minutes from time to grab all three points for the Magpies. Orient have lost their last four home league matches now, and remain 23rd, three points from safety. Notts County rise to 20th in the table, four points clear of today’s opponents.

Dagenham & Redbridge  1 – 2  Guiseley           (National League Premier)

John Still’s men suffered a setback to their promotion-hunt at Victoria Road. The Lions took the lead early on through Jordan Preston. Things got worse for the Daggers as striker Corey Whitely was set off after just 15 minutes. Preston doubled the visitors’ lead ten minutes into the second period. Oliver Hawkins grabbed a late consolation for the hosts. Guiseley jump out of the bottom four with this win, into 19th spot, two points clear of the bottom four. Dagenham stay 2nd, though are three points off leaders Lincoln, who also have two games in hand.

Macclesfield Town  2 – 0   Braintree Town  (National League Premier)

The Silkmen recorded a important win to keep their play-off hopes going at Moss Rose. Two goals in three minutes deep into the second-half from Connor Jennings and Chris Holroyd were enough to give John Askey’s side the points. Macclesfield remain 9th in the table, six points behind the top five. Braintree remain 16th, four points clear of the bottom four.

Dartford   0 – 1   Chelmsford City  (National League South)

The Clarets grabbed a big win at in-form Dartford. A solitary goal from Anthony Church with twenty minutes remaining was enough for the win. Dartford remain 3rd in the table, four points away from joint-leaders Ebbsfleet and Maidenhead (who are level on points & goal difference). Chelmsford rise to 6th place, just a point away from the top five.

East Thurrock Utd  2 – 1  Hampton & Richmond Borough  (National League South)

A goal in each half for the Rocks was enough for the win at Rookery Hill. Reece Harris put John Coventry’s side ahead early-on. After the break, Duncan Colley levelled for the Beavers. Though with just minutes remaining, Tom Wraight’s winner grabbed all three points for the home side. East Thurrock stay 11th, whilst Hampton fall to 7th place.

Truro City   1 – 2    Concord Rangers  (National League South)

Concord’s first away league win in five matches boosted their fight against the drop at Treyew Road. Ex-Plymouth forward Tyler Harvey put the hosts ahead on the quarter-hour, before Lyle Della-Verde levelled for Adam Flanagan’s side just before the half-hour. Steve Cawley then put Concord ahead six minues before the break. Truro, who have now only won one of their eight league matches, remain in 18th spot – three points clear of the bottom three. Concord rise to 15th place, now eight points clear of the bottom three.

Grays Athletic    1 – 0   Billericay Town  (Ryman League Premier Division)

Grays battled to a hard-fought win at Mill Field, courtesy of a cracking free-kick by Kwabena Osei with moments remaining. Billericay stay 11th, whilst Grays remain bottom though gain ground on the rest of the bottom four, though they are seven points from safety.

Fri Result: Bowers & Pitsea  4  –  0  Tilbury  (Ryman League Division North)

On Friday night, in front of a crowd of over 250 fans, Bowers produced to display to match, comfortably defeating Tilbury at the Len Salmon. David Knight puts the hosts ahead just past the quarter-hour, before second half goals from Martyn Stokes, Knight and Brad Warner sealed the points. Bowers are now unbeaten in five league matches, though sit in 6th place, two points away from the top five. Tilbury are now winless in six league matches, and are in 12th place.

Waltham Abbey    1 – 0    Brentwood Town   (Ryman League Division North)

The Abbotts won their 4th league match on-the-trot, narrowly defeating Tony Ievoli’s side at Capershotts. Michael Spencer got the only goal of the match, just on the half-hour mark. Abbey rise to 16th place, eleven points clear of the bottom three. Brentwood remain 22nd, four points from safety.

Cheshunt   3 – 1    Great Wakering Rovers  (Ryman League Division North)

The Ambers won their 6th league match on-the-spin at Theobalds Lane. Thoug Wakering took the lead through Jake Gordon’s spot-kick six minutes before the break. Cheshunt equalised on the strike of half-time through Liam Hope. Wakering’s afternoon got tougher after Eliot Warren was dismissed for two bookings mid-way through the second period. The home side made them pay late on as goals from James Thomas and Jason Hallett sealed the win. Cheshunt go back into 5th, leap-frogging Bowers after their win the previous evening. As for Wakering, their winless streak in the league stretches to ten matches, and they remain bottom, 12 points from safety.

Football: Local Sides Round-up (Through the Divisions) – February 18th 2017

Scott W reports with a round-up of all of today’s results (Feb 18th ‘17) from the local sides we look out for on Phoenix Sport, from West Ham Utd all the way to Bowers & Pitsea & Brentwood Town.

In the main, it was a disappointing day for our local sides.

West Ham Utd were not in action today.    (Premier League)

Ipswich Town  1 – 1    Leeds Utd  (EFL Championship)

The Tractor Boys were held by Garry Monk’s side at Portman Road. Freddie Sears put the hosts ahead early on, before Stuart Dallas levelled for the Whites just before the break. Ipswich stay 13th with this result, whilst Leeds stay 5th.

Southend Utd  2 – 2 Northampton Town  (EFL League One)

The Shrimpers were twice pegged back by the Cobblers at Roots Hall. Jermaine McGlashan put the home side ahead on twenty minutes, though Marc Richards levelled ten minutes later. Though Phil Brown’s side re-took the lead just two minutes later courtesy of forward Simon Cox. Ex-Colchester midfielder John-Joe O’Toole drew the visitors’ level just before half-time. Southend remain 6th in the table, ten points away from the promotion places. Northampton remain in 14th spot.

Accrington Stanley   2 – 1   Colchester Utd  (EFL League Two)

Stanley held on to gain a important win at the Crown Ground. Billy Kee put John Coleman’s side ahead on 18 minutes, before Matty Pearson doubled their advantage just past the half-hour. The home side were reduced to ten men just before the break as Omar Beckles received a straight red card. Substitute Chris Porter pulled one back for the U’s with a late penalty. Stanley rise to 19th with this win, whilst Colchester drop to 11th place, three points away from the play-off places.

Leyton Orient  2 – 3  Notts County   (EFL League Two)

Orient suffered another agonising afternoon at Brisbane Road as Kevin Nolan returned to haunt his former club. Jorge Grant put the visitors ahead with ten minutes of the first half remaining, before early in the second-half Jon Stead doubled their lead. Orient pulled one back through Paul McCallum just moments later. Late on, Teddy Megazue pulled Danny Webb’s side level and Orient did look set for a point. Not to be however, as Stead popped up five minutes from time to grab all three points for the Magpies. Orient have lost their last four home league matches now, and remain 23rd, three points from safety. Notts County rise to 20th in the table, four points clear of today’s opponents.

Dagenham & Redbridge  1 – 2  Guiseley           (National League Premier)

John Still’s men suffered a setback to their promotion-hunt at Victoria Road. The Lions took the lead early on through Jordan Preston. Things got worse for the Daggers as striker Corey Whitely was set off after just 15 minutes. Preston doubled the visitors’ lead ten minutes into the second period. Oliver Hawkins grabbed a late consolation for the hosts. Guiseley jump out of the bottom four with this win, into 19th spot, two points clear of the bottom four. Dagenham stay 2nd, though are three points off leaders Lincoln, who also have two games in hand.

Macclesfield Town  2 – 0   Braintree Town  (National League Premier)

The Silkmen recorded a important win to keep their play-off hopes going at Moss Rose. Two goals in three minutes deep into the second-half from Connor Jennings and Chris Holroyd were enough to give John Askey’s side the points. Macclesfield remain 9th in the table, six points behind the top five. Braintree remain 16th, four points clear of the bottom four.

Dartford   0 – 1   Chelmsford City  (National League South)

The Clarets grabbed a big win at in-form Dartford. A solitary goal from Anthony Church with twenty minutes remaining was enough for the win. Dartford remain 3rd in the table, four points away from joint-leaders Ebbsfleet and Maidenhead (who are level on points & goal difference). Chelmsford rise to 6th place, just a point away from the top five.

East Thurrock Utd  2 – 1  Hampton & Richmond Borough  (National League South)

A goal in each half for the Rocks was enough for the win at Rookery Hill. Reece Harris put John Coventry’s side ahead early-on. After the break, Duncan Colley levelled for the Beavers. Though with just minutes remaining, Tom Wraight’s winner grabbed all three points for the home side. East Thurrock stay 11th, whilst Hampton fall to 7th place.

Truro City   1 – 2    Concord Rangers  (National League South)

Concord’s first away league win in five matches boosted their fight against the drop at Treyew Road. Ex-Plymouth forward Tyler Harvey put the hosts ahead on the quarter-hour, before Lyle Della-Verde levelled for Adam Flanagan’s side just before the half-hour. Steve Cawley then put Concord ahead six minues before the break. Truro, who have now only won one of their eight league matches, remain in 18th spot – three points clear of the bottom three. Concord rise to 15th place, now eight points clear of the bottom three.

Grays Athletic    1 – 0   Billericay Town  (Ryman League Premier Division)

Grays battled to a hard-fought win at Mill Field, courtesy of a cracking free-kick by Kwabena Osei with moments remaining. Billericay stay 11th, whilst Grays remain bottom though gain ground on the rest of the bottom four, though they are seven points from safety.

Fri Result: Bowers & Pitsea  4  –  0  Tilbury  (Ryman League Division North)

On Friday night, in front of a crowd of over 250 fans, Bowers produced to display to match, comfortably defeating Tilbury at the Len Salmon. David Knight puts the hosts ahead just past the quarter-hour, before second half goals from Martyn Stokes, Knight and Brad Warner sealed the points. Bowers are now unbeaten in five league matches, though sit in 6th place, two points away from the top five. Tilbury are now winless in six league matches, and are in 12th place.

Waltham Abbey    1 – 0    Brentwood Town   (Ryman League Division North)

The Abbotts won their 4th league match on-the-trot, narrowly defeating Tony Ievoli’s side at Capershotts. Michael Spencer got the only goal of the match, just on the half-hour mark. Abbey rise to 16th place, eleven points clear of the bottom three. Brentwood remain 22nd, four points from safety.

Cheshunt   3 – 1    Great Wakering Rovers  (Ryman League Division North)

The Ambers won their 6th league match on-the-spin at Theobalds Lane. Thoug Wakering took the lead through Jake Gordon’s spot-kick six minutes before the break. Cheshunt equalised on the strike of half-time through Liam Hope. Wakering’s afternoon got tougher after Eliot Warren was dismissed for two bookings mid-way through the second period. The home side made them pay late on as goals from James Thomas and Jason Hallett sealed the win. Cheshunt go back into 5th, leap-frogging Bowers after their win the previous evening. As for Wakering, their winless streak in the league stretches to ten matches, and they remain bottom, 12 points from safety.

Football: Local Sides Round-up (Through the Divisions) – February 18th 2017

Scott W reports with a round-up of all of today’s results (Feb 18th ‘17) from the local sides we look out for on Phoenix Sport, from West Ham Utd all the way to Bowers & Pitsea & Brentwood Town.

In the main, it was a disappointing day for our local sides.

West Ham Utd were not in action today.    (Premier League)

Ipswich Town  1 – 1    Leeds Utd  (EFL Championship)

The Tractor Boys were held by Garry Monk’s side at Portman Road. Freddie Sears put the hosts ahead early on, before Stuart Dallas levelled for the Whites just before the break. Ipswich stay 13th with this result, whilst Leeds stay 5th.

Southend Utd  2 – 2 Northampton Town  (EFL League One)

The Shrimpers were twice pegged back by the Cobblers at Roots Hall. Jermaine McGlashan put the home side ahead on twenty minutes, though Marc Richards levelled ten minutes later. Though Phil Brown’s side re-took the lead just two minutes later courtesy of forward Simon Cox. Ex-Colchester midfielder John-Joe O’Toole drew the visitors’ level just before half-time. Southend remain 6th in the table, ten points away from the promotion places. Northampton remain in 14th spot.

Accrington Stanley   2 – 1   Colchester Utd  (EFL League Two)

Stanley held on to gain a important win at the Crown Ground. Billy Kee put John Coleman’s side ahead on 18 minutes, before Matty Pearson doubled their advantage just past the half-hour. The home side were reduced to ten men just before the break as Omar Beckles received a straight red card. Substitute Chris Porter pulled one back for the U’s with a late penalty. Stanley rise to 19th with this win, whilst Colchester drop to 11th place, three points away from the play-off places.

Leyton Orient  2 – 3  Notts County   (EFL League Two)

Orient suffered another agonising afternoon at Brisbane Road as Kevin Nolan returned to haunt his former club. Jorge Grant put the visitors ahead with ten minutes of the first half remaining, before early in the second-half Jon Stead doubled their lead. Orient pulled one back through Paul McCallum just moments later. Late on, Teddy Megazue pulled Danny Webb’s side level and Orient did look set for a point. Not to be however, as Stead popped up five minutes from time to grab all three points for the Magpies. Orient have lost their last four home league matches now, and remain 23rd, three points from safety. Notts County rise to 20th in the table, four points clear of today’s opponents.

Dagenham & Redbridge  1 – 2  Guiseley           (National League Premier)

John Still’s men suffered a setback to their promotion-hunt at Victoria Road. The Lions took the lead early on through Jordan Preston. Things got worse for the Daggers as striker Corey Whitely was set off after just 15 minutes. Preston doubled the visitors’ lead ten minutes into the second period. Oliver Hawkins grabbed a late consolation for the hosts. Guiseley jump out of the bottom four with this win, into 19th spot, two points clear of the bottom four. Dagenham stay 2nd, though are three points off leaders Lincoln, who also have two games in hand.

Macclesfield Town  2 – 0   Braintree Town  (National League Premier)

The Silkmen recorded a important win to keep their play-off hopes going at Moss Rose. Two goals in three minutes deep into the second-half from Connor Jennings and Chris Holroyd were enough to give John Askey’s side the points. Macclesfield remain 9th in the table, six points behind the top five. Braintree remain 16th, four points clear of the bottom four.

Dartford   0 – 1   Chelmsford City  (National League South)

The Clarets grabbed a big win at in-form Dartford. A solitary goal from Anthony Church with twenty minutes remaining was enough for the win. Dartford remain 3rd in the table, four points away from joint-leaders Ebbsfleet and Maidenhead (who are level on points & goal difference). Chelmsford rise to 6th place, just a point away from the top five.

East Thurrock Utd  2 – 1  Hampton & Richmond Borough  (National League South)

A goal in each half for the Rocks was enough for the win at Rookery Hill. Reece Harris put John Coventry’s side ahead early-on. After the break, Duncan Colley levelled for the Beavers. Though with just minutes remaining, Tom Wraight’s winner grabbed all three points for the home side. East Thurrock stay 11th, whilst Hampton fall to 7th place.

Truro City   1 – 2    Concord Rangers  (National League South)

Concord’s first away league win in five matches boosted their fight against the drop at Treyew Road. Ex-Plymouth forward Tyler Harvey put the hosts ahead on the quarter-hour, before Lyle Della-Verde levelled for Adam Flanagan’s side just before the half-hour. Steve Cawley then put Concord ahead six minues before the break. Truro, who have now only won one of their eight league matches, remain in 18th spot – three points clear of the bottom three. Concord rise to 15th place, now eight points clear of the bottom three.

Grays Athletic    1 – 0   Billericay Town  (Ryman League Premier Division)

Grays battled to a hard-fought win at Mill Field, courtesy of a cracking free-kick by Kwabena Osei with moments remaining. Billericay stay 11th, whilst Grays remain bottom though gain ground on the rest of the bottom four, though they are seven points from safety.

Fri Result: Bowers & Pitsea  4  –  0  Tilbury  (Ryman League Division North)

On Friday night, in front of a crowd of over 250 fans, Bowers produced to display to match, comfortably defeating Tilbury at the Len Salmon. David Knight puts the hosts ahead just past the quarter-hour, before second half goals from Martyn Stokes, Knight and Brad Warner sealed the points. Bowers are now unbeaten in five league matches, though sit in 6th place, two points away from the top five. Tilbury are now winless in six league matches, and are in 12th place.

Waltham Abbey    1 – 0    Brentwood Town   (Ryman League Division North)

The Abbotts won their 4th league match on-the-trot, narrowly defeating Tony Ievoli’s side at Capershotts. Michael Spencer got the only goal of the match, just on the half-hour mark. Abbey rise to 16th place, eleven points clear of the bottom three. Brentwood remain 22nd, four points from safety.

Cheshunt   3 – 1    Great Wakering Rovers  (Ryman League Division North)

The Ambers won their 6th league match on-the-spin at Theobalds Lane. Thoug Wakering took the lead through Jake Gordon’s spot-kick six minutes before the break. Cheshunt equalised on the strike of half-time through Liam Hope. Wakering’s afternoon got tougher after Eliot Warren was dismissed for two bookings mid-way through the second period. The home side made them pay late on as goals from James Thomas and Jason Hallett sealed the win. Cheshunt go back into 5th, leap-frogging Bowers after their win the previous evening. As for Wakering, their winless streak in the league stretches to ten matches, and they remain bottom, 12 points from safety.

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