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Essex Senior League – Saturday 12th October Round-Up

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Buildbase FA Vase 1st Round

Biggleswade United 4 Saffron Walden Town 4 (AET)

It will be interesting to see how Tuesday’s reply pans out after the first installment porudced 8 goals in a Vase thriller on Friday evening. Saffron Walden Town will feel that they threw it away as they raced into a 3-0 lead courtesy of goals from Charlie Cole (2) and Gavin Cockman. However the hosts then made a complete recovery with Enrique Amador scoring a hat-trick to level the tie. The Bloods took the lead in extra time via Ryan Fleiming but Kieran Igbanol then equalised setting up a game on Tuesday, by which point they will know who awaits in the next round.

 

Premier Division

Woodford Town 1 Clapton 1

The Tons came back to claim a share of the spoils on Friday evening that sees them move away from the drop zone. The Woods dominated large parts of the game but only had a 40th minute goal from Tola Odedoyin for their efforts. However Clapton did not roll over and levelled the game in the 86th minute after Francesco Cicconi pounced on a ball that came off the cross bar and his cross shot was turned in by a Woodford Town player. At the death the Tons then almost captured all the points when Dos Santo rounded the keeper but then had the ball removed from his possession as he was about to shoot. The Woods sit 9th after this.

 

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Broadfield United 1 Walthamstow 3

The Stow sailed into the 2nd Round as Dwade James added a further two goals to his tally, the first coming in the 18th minute when he stroked home a penalty. James then doubled the lead early in the second half and victory was assured when Ollie Fortune closed the account in the 87th minute. The hosts managed to get a consolation in the final minute through Ismael Ehui.

 

Hadley 0 Milton Keynes Robins 2

A goalkeeping masterclass went some way to ending Hadley’s Vase interest. At the other end the visitors scored two worldies, the first on the stroke of half time when Alex Filip unleashed from 30-yards out that beat Luke Ward. The Bricks dominated most of the second half, but fell further behind in the 77th minute when George Shrieves chipped Ward from an acute angle. The Bricks ended the game with nine men, one via a red card, the other via a sin bin but there was to be no way back.

 

Harborough Town 4 Enfield 1

Enfield’s Vase run ended at Harborough on a day when the FA lenat the Vase for Non League Day. The E’s took the lead in the 18th minute via Josh Sykes, but the hosts levelled in the 44th minute via Josh Walsh. The hosts then took the lead in the 66th minute through Aaron Peters, extended it with a Ben Williams goal in the 82nd minute and then Peters wrapped things up with his second two minutes from time.

 

Stansted 5 Aylesbury Vale Dynamoes 1

The Airportmen booked their place in the next round after a 5-1 win over Aylesbury Vale Dynamoes that included a hat-trick from Daniel Cheema. It was Moses Carvalho that handed Stansted the lead just past the half-hour, then Cheema scored his first of the afternoon to put the hosts into a 2-0 half-time lead. Dan Wilson pulled one back for the visitors early in the second half, but then inside 12 second half minutes Stansted unloaded as Cheema completed his hat-trick while Carvalho also chalked up another goal to see Stansted breeze into Monday’s 2nd Round draw.

 

Wellingborough Town 4 Takeley 3

Takeley were knocked out at the Dog & Duck Ground as a Ryan Lovell brace, a Luke Stone penalty plus a goal from Matt Long cancelled out the goals scored by Glen O’Hanlon, Bryn Thorpe and Coby Miles.

 

Premier Division

Hoddesdon Town 2 Hashtag United 6

Hashtag United move to the top of the table after a good away win at the Stewart Edwards Stadium. The Lilywhites actually took the lead in the 30th minute through Isaac Marfo-Jacobs and doubled that lead nine minutes later when Jack Lee put his name down on the score sheet. However Ross Gleed cut the deficit a minute later. The visitors built on that as they then went on to rifle five goals in the second period, starting in the 50th minute when Luke Wilson supplied the equaliser. Further goals came from Jesse Waller-Lassen, Harry Honesty and George Smith before Gleed added his second goal in the final minute to grab victory from the jaws of defeat.

 

Sawbridgeworth Town 0 West Essex 3

Sawbridgeworth’s torrid season continues after they fell to West Essex which keeps them rooted to the bottom position. Josh French, Michael Mignot and Greg Frederick bagged the West Essex goals that sees the Stags occupy 3rd spot in the table.

 

Southend Manor 1 Tower Hamlets 4

Southend Manor’s resurgence under Michael Walther came to a halt on Saturday after Tower Hamlets picked up all the points that sees them end the day in 14th, a place below Southend Manor. Samuel Kifwasima and Suaibo Balde both scored braces, while Manor’s goal came from Michael Ogboin who has certainly added some fire power to the side since joining, but it was at the other end were Manor lost the game this time around.

 

Sporting Bengal United 1 St Margaretsbury 2

Sporting Bengal slipped to a 2-1 home defeat at the hands of St Margaretsbury who opened their account in the 35th minute courtesy of Ryan Reed. Steven Carvell levelled the game just past the hour but Kyle Roberts then supplied the winner for the visitors fifteen minutes from time. Bengal are 8th while St Margaretsbury are now sitting 12th.

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Essex Senior League – Saturday 12th October Round-Up

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Buildbase FA Vase 1st Round

Biggleswade United 4 Saffron Walden Town 4 (AET)

It will be interesting to see how Tuesday’s reply pans out after the first installment porudced 8 goals in a Vase thriller on Friday evening. Saffron Walden Town will feel that they threw it away as they raced into a 3-0 lead courtesy of goals from Charlie Cole (2) and Gavin Cockman. However the hosts then made a complete recovery with Enrique Amador scoring a hat-trick to level the tie. The Bloods took the lead in extra time via Ryan Fleiming but Kieran Igbanol then equalised setting up a game on Tuesday, by which point they will know who awaits in the next round.

 

Premier Division

Woodford Town 1 Clapton 1

The Tons came back to claim a share of the spoils on Friday evening that sees them move away from the drop zone. The Woods dominated large parts of the game but only had a 40th minute goal from Tola Odedoyin for their efforts. However Clapton did not roll over and levelled the game in the 86th minute after Francesco Cicconi pounced on a ball that came off the cross bar and his cross shot was turned in by a Woodford Town player. At the death the Tons then almost captured all the points when Dos Santo rounded the keeper but then had the ball removed from his possession as he was about to shoot. The Woods sit 9th after this.

 

Buildbase FA Vase 1st Round

Broadfield United 1 Walthamstow 3

The Stow sailed into the 2nd Round as Dwade James added a further two goals to his tally, the first coming in the 18th minute when he stroked home a penalty. James then doubled the lead early in the second half and victory was assured when Ollie Fortune closed the account in the 87th minute. The hosts managed to get a consolation in the final minute through Ismael Ehui.

 

Hadley 0 Milton Keynes Robins 2

A goalkeeping masterclass went some way to ending Hadley’s Vase interest. At the other end the visitors scored two worldies, the first on the stroke of half time when Alex Filip unleashed from 30-yards out that beat Luke Ward. The Bricks dominated most of the second half, but fell further behind in the 77th minute when George Shrieves chipped Ward from an acute angle. The Bricks ended the game with nine men, one via a red card, the other via a sin bin but there was to be no way back.

 

Harborough Town 4 Enfield 1

Enfield’s Vase run ended at Harborough on a day when the FA lenat the Vase for Non League Day. The E’s took the lead in the 18th minute via Josh Sykes, but the hosts levelled in the 44th minute via Josh Walsh. The hosts then took the lead in the 66th minute through Aaron Peters, extended it with a Ben Williams goal in the 82nd minute and then Peters wrapped things up with his second two minutes from time.

 

Stansted 5 Aylesbury Vale Dynamoes 1

The Airportmen booked their place in the next round after a 5-1 win over Aylesbury Vale Dynamoes that included a hat-trick from Daniel Cheema. It was Moses Carvalho that handed Stansted the lead just past the half-hour, then Cheema scored his first of the afternoon to put the hosts into a 2-0 half-time lead. Dan Wilson pulled one back for the visitors early in the second half, but then inside 12 second half minutes Stansted unloaded as Cheema completed his hat-trick while Carvalho also chalked up another goal to see Stansted breeze into Monday’s 2nd Round draw.

 

Wellingborough Town 4 Takeley 3

Takeley were knocked out at the Dog & Duck Ground as a Ryan Lovell brace, a Luke Stone penalty plus a goal from Matt Long cancelled out the goals scored by Glen O’Hanlon, Bryn Thorpe and Coby Miles.

 

Premier Division

Hoddesdon Town 2 Hashtag United 6

Hashtag United move to the top of the table after a good away win at the Stewart Edwards Stadium. The Lilywhites actually took the lead in the 30th minute through Isaac Marfo-Jacobs and doubled that lead nine minutes later when Jack Lee put his name down on the score sheet. However Ross Gleed cut the deficit a minute later. The visitors built on that as they then went on to rifle five goals in the second period, starting in the 50th minute when Luke Wilson supplied the equaliser. Further goals came from Jesse Waller-Lassen, Harry Honesty and George Smith before Gleed added his second goal in the final minute to grab victory from the jaws of defeat.

 

Sawbridgeworth Town 0 West Essex 3

Sawbridgeworth’s torrid season continues after they fell to West Essex which keeps them rooted to the bottom position. Josh French, Michael Mignot and Greg Frederick bagged the West Essex goals that sees the Stags occupy 3rd spot in the table.

 

Southend Manor 1 Tower Hamlets 4

Southend Manor’s resurgence under Michael Walther came to a halt on Saturday after Tower Hamlets picked up all the points that sees them end the day in 14th, a place below Southend Manor. Samuel Kifwasima and Suaibo Balde both scored braces, while Manor’s goal came from Michael Ogboin who has certainly added some fire power to the side since joining, but it was at the other end were Manor lost the game this time around.

 

Sporting Bengal United 1 St Margaretsbury 2

Sporting Bengal slipped to a 2-1 home defeat at the hands of St Margaretsbury who opened their account in the 35th minute courtesy of Ryan Reed. Steven Carvell levelled the game just past the hour but Kyle Roberts then supplied the winner for the visitors fifteen minutes from time. Bengal are 8th while St Margaretsbury are now sitting 12th.

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Buildbase FA Vase 1st Round

Biggleswade United 4 Saffron Walden Town 4 (AET)

It will be interesting to see how Tuesday’s reply pans out after the first installment porudced 8 goals in a Vase thriller on Friday evening. Saffron Walden Town will feel that they threw it away as they raced into a 3-0 lead courtesy of goals from Charlie Cole (2) and Gavin Cockman. However the hosts then made a complete recovery with Enrique Amador scoring a hat-trick to level the tie. The Bloods took the lead in extra time via Ryan Fleiming but Kieran Igbanol then equalised setting up a game on Tuesday, by which point they will know who awaits in the next round.

 

Premier Division

Woodford Town 1 Clapton 1

The Tons came back to claim a share of the spoils on Friday evening that sees them move away from the drop zone. The Woods dominated large parts of the game but only had a 40th minute goal from Tola Odedoyin for their efforts. However Clapton did not roll over and levelled the game in the 86th minute after Francesco Cicconi pounced on a ball that came off the cross bar and his cross shot was turned in by a Woodford Town player. At the death the Tons then almost captured all the points when Dos Santo rounded the keeper but then had the ball removed from his possession as he was about to shoot. The Woods sit 9th after this.

 

Buildbase FA Vase 1st Round

Broadfield United 1 Walthamstow 3

The Stow sailed into the 2nd Round as Dwade James added a further two goals to his tally, the first coming in the 18th minute when he stroked home a penalty. James then doubled the lead early in the second half and victory was assured when Ollie Fortune closed the account in the 87th minute. The hosts managed to get a consolation in the final minute through Ismael Ehui.

 

Hadley 0 Milton Keynes Robins 2

A goalkeeping masterclass went some way to ending Hadley’s Vase interest. At the other end the visitors scored two worldies, the first on the stroke of half time when Alex Filip unleashed from 30-yards out that beat Luke Ward. The Bricks dominated most of the second half, but fell further behind in the 77th minute when George Shrieves chipped Ward from an acute angle. The Bricks ended the game with nine men, one via a red card, the other via a sin bin but there was to be no way back.

 

Harborough Town 4 Enfield 1

Enfield’s Vase run ended at Harborough on a day when the FA lenat the Vase for Non League Day. The E’s took the lead in the 18th minute via Josh Sykes, but the hosts levelled in the 44th minute via Josh Walsh. The hosts then took the lead in the 66th minute through Aaron Peters, extended it with a Ben Williams goal in the 82nd minute and then Peters wrapped things up with his second two minutes from time.

 

Stansted 5 Aylesbury Vale Dynamoes 1

The Airportmen booked their place in the next round after a 5-1 win over Aylesbury Vale Dynamoes that included a hat-trick from Daniel Cheema. It was Moses Carvalho that handed Stansted the lead just past the half-hour, then Cheema scored his first of the afternoon to put the hosts into a 2-0 half-time lead. Dan Wilson pulled one back for the visitors early in the second half, but then inside 12 second half minutes Stansted unloaded as Cheema completed his hat-trick while Carvalho also chalked up another goal to see Stansted breeze into Monday’s 2nd Round draw.

 

Wellingborough Town 4 Takeley 3

Takeley were knocked out at the Dog & Duck Ground as a Ryan Lovell brace, a Luke Stone penalty plus a goal from Matt Long cancelled out the goals scored by Glen O’Hanlon, Bryn Thorpe and Coby Miles.

 

Premier Division

Hoddesdon Town 2 Hashtag United 6

Hashtag United move to the top of the table after a good away win at the Stewart Edwards Stadium. The Lilywhites actually took the lead in the 30th minute through Isaac Marfo-Jacobs and doubled that lead nine minutes later when Jack Lee put his name down on the score sheet. However Ross Gleed cut the deficit a minute later. The visitors built on that as they then went on to rifle five goals in the second period, starting in the 50th minute when Luke Wilson supplied the equaliser. Further goals came from Jesse Waller-Lassen, Harry Honesty and George Smith before Gleed added his second goal in the final minute to grab victory from the jaws of defeat.

 

Sawbridgeworth Town 0 West Essex 3

Sawbridgeworth’s torrid season continues after they fell to West Essex which keeps them rooted to the bottom position. Josh French, Michael Mignot and Greg Frederick bagged the West Essex goals that sees the Stags occupy 3rd spot in the table.

 

Southend Manor 1 Tower Hamlets 4

Southend Manor’s resurgence under Michael Walther came to a halt on Saturday after Tower Hamlets picked up all the points that sees them end the day in 14th, a place below Southend Manor. Samuel Kifwasima and Suaibo Balde both scored braces, while Manor’s goal came from Michael Ogboin who has certainly added some fire power to the side since joining, but it was at the other end were Manor lost the game this time around.

 

Sporting Bengal United 1 St Margaretsbury 2

Sporting Bengal slipped to a 2-1 home defeat at the hands of St Margaretsbury who opened their account in the 35th minute courtesy of Ryan Reed. Steven Carvell levelled the game just past the hour but Kyle Roberts then supplied the winner for the visitors fifteen minutes from time. Bengal are 8th while St Margaretsbury are now sitting 12th.

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Essex Senior League – Saturday 12th October Round-Up

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Buildbase FA Vase 1st Round

Biggleswade United 4 Saffron Walden Town 4 (AET)

It will be interesting to see how Tuesday’s reply pans out after the first installment porudced 8 goals in a Vase thriller on Friday evening. Saffron Walden Town will feel that they threw it away as they raced into a 3-0 lead courtesy of goals from Charlie Cole (2) and Gavin Cockman. However the hosts then made a complete recovery with Enrique Amador scoring a hat-trick to level the tie. The Bloods took the lead in extra time via Ryan Fleiming but Kieran Igbanol then equalised setting up a game on Tuesday, by which point they will know who awaits in the next round.

 

Premier Division

Woodford Town 1 Clapton 1

The Tons came back to claim a share of the spoils on Friday evening that sees them move away from the drop zone. The Woods dominated large parts of the game but only had a 40th minute goal from Tola Odedoyin for their efforts. However Clapton did not roll over and levelled the game in the 86th minute after Francesco Cicconi pounced on a ball that came off the cross bar and his cross shot was turned in by a Woodford Town player. At the death the Tons then almost captured all the points when Dos Santo rounded the keeper but then had the ball removed from his possession as he was about to shoot. The Woods sit 9th after this.

 

Buildbase FA Vase 1st Round

Broadfield United 1 Walthamstow 3

The Stow sailed into the 2nd Round as Dwade James added a further two goals to his tally, the first coming in the 18th minute when he stroked home a penalty. James then doubled the lead early in the second half and victory was assured when Ollie Fortune closed the account in the 87th minute. The hosts managed to get a consolation in the final minute through Ismael Ehui.

 

Hadley 0 Milton Keynes Robins 2

A goalkeeping masterclass went some way to ending Hadley’s Vase interest. At the other end the visitors scored two worldies, the first on the stroke of half time when Alex Filip unleashed from 30-yards out that beat Luke Ward. The Bricks dominated most of the second half, but fell further behind in the 77th minute when George Shrieves chipped Ward from an acute angle. The Bricks ended the game with nine men, one via a red card, the other via a sin bin but there was to be no way back.

 

Harborough Town 4 Enfield 1

Enfield’s Vase run ended at Harborough on a day when the FA lenat the Vase for Non League Day. The E’s took the lead in the 18th minute via Josh Sykes, but the hosts levelled in the 44th minute via Josh Walsh. The hosts then took the lead in the 66th minute through Aaron Peters, extended it with a Ben Williams goal in the 82nd minute and then Peters wrapped things up with his second two minutes from time.

 

Stansted 5 Aylesbury Vale Dynamoes 1

The Airportmen booked their place in the next round after a 5-1 win over Aylesbury Vale Dynamoes that included a hat-trick from Daniel Cheema. It was Moses Carvalho that handed Stansted the lead just past the half-hour, then Cheema scored his first of the afternoon to put the hosts into a 2-0 half-time lead. Dan Wilson pulled one back for the visitors early in the second half, but then inside 12 second half minutes Stansted unloaded as Cheema completed his hat-trick while Carvalho also chalked up another goal to see Stansted breeze into Monday’s 2nd Round draw.

 

Wellingborough Town 4 Takeley 3

Takeley were knocked out at the Dog & Duck Ground as a Ryan Lovell brace, a Luke Stone penalty plus a goal from Matt Long cancelled out the goals scored by Glen O’Hanlon, Bryn Thorpe and Coby Miles.

 

Premier Division

Hoddesdon Town 2 Hashtag United 6

Hashtag United move to the top of the table after a good away win at the Stewart Edwards Stadium. The Lilywhites actually took the lead in the 30th minute through Isaac Marfo-Jacobs and doubled that lead nine minutes later when Jack Lee put his name down on the score sheet. However Ross Gleed cut the deficit a minute later. The visitors built on that as they then went on to rifle five goals in the second period, starting in the 50th minute when Luke Wilson supplied the equaliser. Further goals came from Jesse Waller-Lassen, Harry Honesty and George Smith before Gleed added his second goal in the final minute to grab victory from the jaws of defeat.

 

Sawbridgeworth Town 0 West Essex 3

Sawbridgeworth’s torrid season continues after they fell to West Essex which keeps them rooted to the bottom position. Josh French, Michael Mignot and Greg Frederick bagged the West Essex goals that sees the Stags occupy 3rd spot in the table.

 

Southend Manor 1 Tower Hamlets 4

Southend Manor’s resurgence under Michael Walther came to a halt on Saturday after Tower Hamlets picked up all the points that sees them end the day in 14th, a place below Southend Manor. Samuel Kifwasima and Suaibo Balde both scored braces, while Manor’s goal came from Michael Ogboin who has certainly added some fire power to the side since joining, but it was at the other end were Manor lost the game this time around.

 

Sporting Bengal United 1 St Margaretsbury 2

Sporting Bengal slipped to a 2-1 home defeat at the hands of St Margaretsbury who opened their account in the 35th minute courtesy of Ryan Reed. Steven Carvell levelled the game just past the hour but Kyle Roberts then supplied the winner for the visitors fifteen minutes from time. Bengal are 8th while St Margaretsbury are now sitting 12th.

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