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Saturday 4th December – Essex Senior League Round-Up

(Photo by Philip Lindhurst)

 

Saturday 4th December

Essex Senior League

Clapton 1 Stansted 2

FC Clacton 1 White Ensign 4

Hoddesdon Town 2 Stanway Rovers 0

Little Oakley 2 Enfield 3

Redbridge 2 Cockfosters 1

Sawbridgeworth Town 3 Ilford 0

Sporting Bengal United P Athletic Newham P

St Margaretsbury 1 West Essex 3

Takeley 4 Saffron Walden Town 1

Walthamstow 2 Woodford Town 1

 

Walthamstow took on local rivals Woodford Town which saw a bumper crowd of 493 arrive laiden with food or cash donations for the Eat or Heat charity before Stow took care of business on the pitch as Jason Hallett and Harrison Carnegie both struck in the first half to the league leaders in control. The Woods did come back at their hosts though, and pulled one back through George Thompson twenty minutes from time, but the 2-1 Walthamstow home win comes in very handy as the teams in their wake also picked up maximum points as well. Redbridge needed only a minute to take the lead against Cockfosters: Ibrahim Kehinde provided it. Then in the 61st minute the same player scored again, with the visitors pulling one back via Frederick Agyemang ten minutes from time. Seven Points the gap between Walthamstow and Redbridge as we head into the Christmas period, Stansted meanwhile are 3rd with 43 points after a Paul Clayton brace helped them beat Clapton 2-1. The Tons replied via Raphael Duyile and remain down in 18th. Sawbridgeworth Town move up to 19th after a 3-0 success over Ilford. Lewis Wicker, Daryl Doolan and Ethan Barton were the marksmen, with Jimmy Parker keeping them out at the other end as the Robins had a good day at the office that moves them one place further away from the drop zone. Hoddesdon Town’s keeper, Liam Nugent also kept a clean sheet in their 2-0 home win over Stanway Rovers, with Connor Bolton notching both goals in that one. For Stanway it means they drop to 4th, while Hoddesdon remain 16th but having now posted some more points on the board: they have 22 of them now. Takeley inflicted a 4-1 defeat over Saffron Walden Town, whose goal came via Ollie Miles in the 43rd minute which levelled the game up after the hosts had taken the lead via Kieran Southgate ten minutes earlier. Takeley went on to score three times in the second half with Jordan Westport, George Powell and Glen O’Hanlon doing the damage. Takeley end the day 11th, Saffron Walden in 6th. Dillon Gordon handed FC Clacton a 19th minute lead but White Ensign levelled up through Teddy Henderson and then took the lead via Ben Austin to go in at the break 2-1 up. Henderson extended the lead in the 61st minute, with Joe Gregory then taking it even further from Clacton’s grip when he added a further White Ensign goal nine minutes later. The win sees White Ensign in 10th, one place below FC Clacton, with three points the difference. Enfield are 7th after a 3-2 away win at Little Oakley. Alex Warman’s brace was added to by a Semrai Gebrai goal, with the hosts getting their replies via Daniel Rowe and Samuel Cooke. West Essex were also in a hurry to get things started at St Margaretsbury; Symeon Taylor needed only a minute to fire West Essex into the lead, but in the 16th minute Lawrence Ajong levelled things up. West Essex went on to re-take the lead with an Emmanuel Wazola goal, then having scored so early on made sure of the points by sealing the deal very late when Mo Kaudeer scored the winner five minutes into stoppage time.

 

Saturday 4th December – Essex Senior League Round-Up

(Photo by Philip Lindhurst)

 

Saturday 4th December

Essex Senior League

Clapton 1 Stansted 2

FC Clacton 1 White Ensign 4

Hoddesdon Town 2 Stanway Rovers 0

Little Oakley 2 Enfield 3

Redbridge 2 Cockfosters 1

Sawbridgeworth Town 3 Ilford 0

Sporting Bengal United P Athletic Newham P

St Margaretsbury 1 West Essex 3

Takeley 4 Saffron Walden Town 1

Walthamstow 2 Woodford Town 1

 

Walthamstow took on local rivals Woodford Town which saw a bumper crowd of 493 arrive laiden with food or cash donations for the Eat or Heat charity before Stow took care of business on the pitch as Jason Hallett and Harrison Carnegie both struck in the first half to the league leaders in control. The Woods did come back at their hosts though, and pulled one back through George Thompson twenty minutes from time, but the 2-1 Walthamstow home win comes in very handy as the teams in their wake also picked up maximum points as well. Redbridge needed only a minute to take the lead against Cockfosters: Ibrahim Kehinde provided it. Then in the 61st minute the same player scored again, with the visitors pulling one back via Frederick Agyemang ten minutes from time. Seven Points the gap between Walthamstow and Redbridge as we head into the Christmas period, Stansted meanwhile are 3rd with 43 points after a Paul Clayton brace helped them beat Clapton 2-1. The Tons replied via Raphael Duyile and remain down in 18th. Sawbridgeworth Town move up to 19th after a 3-0 success over Ilford. Lewis Wicker, Daryl Doolan and Ethan Barton were the marksmen, with Jimmy Parker keeping them out at the other end as the Robins had a good day at the office that moves them one place further away from the drop zone. Hoddesdon Town’s keeper, Liam Nugent also kept a clean sheet in their 2-0 home win over Stanway Rovers, with Connor Bolton notching both goals in that one. For Stanway it means they drop to 4th, while Hoddesdon remain 16th but having now posted some more points on the board: they have 22 of them now. Takeley inflicted a 4-1 defeat over Saffron Walden Town, whose goal came via Ollie Miles in the 43rd minute which levelled the game up after the hosts had taken the lead via Kieran Southgate ten minutes earlier. Takeley went on to score three times in the second half with Jordan Westport, George Powell and Glen O’Hanlon doing the damage. Takeley end the day 11th, Saffron Walden in 6th. Dillon Gordon handed FC Clacton a 19th minute lead but White Ensign levelled up through Teddy Henderson and then took the lead via Ben Austin to go in at the break 2-1 up. Henderson extended the lead in the 61st minute, with Joe Gregory then taking it even further from Clacton’s grip when he added a further White Ensign goal nine minutes later. The win sees White Ensign in 10th, one place below FC Clacton, with three points the difference. Enfield are 7th after a 3-2 away win at Little Oakley. Alex Warman’s brace was added to by a Semrai Gebrai goal, with the hosts getting their replies via Daniel Rowe and Samuel Cooke. West Essex were also in a hurry to get things started at St Margaretsbury; Symeon Taylor needed only a minute to fire West Essex into the lead, but in the 16th minute Lawrence Ajong levelled things up. West Essex went on to re-take the lead with an Emmanuel Wazola goal, then having scored so early on made sure of the points by sealing the deal very late when Mo Kaudeer scored the winner five minutes into stoppage time.

 

Saturday 4th December – Essex Senior League Round-Up

(Photo by Philip Lindhurst)

 

Saturday 4th December

Essex Senior League

Clapton 1 Stansted 2

FC Clacton 1 White Ensign 4

Hoddesdon Town 2 Stanway Rovers 0

Little Oakley 2 Enfield 3

Redbridge 2 Cockfosters 1

Sawbridgeworth Town 3 Ilford 0

Sporting Bengal United P Athletic Newham P

St Margaretsbury 1 West Essex 3

Takeley 4 Saffron Walden Town 1

Walthamstow 2 Woodford Town 1

 

Walthamstow took on local rivals Woodford Town which saw a bumper crowd of 493 arrive laiden with food or cash donations for the Eat or Heat charity before Stow took care of business on the pitch as Jason Hallett and Harrison Carnegie both struck in the first half to the league leaders in control. The Woods did come back at their hosts though, and pulled one back through George Thompson twenty minutes from time, but the 2-1 Walthamstow home win comes in very handy as the teams in their wake also picked up maximum points as well. Redbridge needed only a minute to take the lead against Cockfosters: Ibrahim Kehinde provided it. Then in the 61st minute the same player scored again, with the visitors pulling one back via Frederick Agyemang ten minutes from time. Seven Points the gap between Walthamstow and Redbridge as we head into the Christmas period, Stansted meanwhile are 3rd with 43 points after a Paul Clayton brace helped them beat Clapton 2-1. The Tons replied via Raphael Duyile and remain down in 18th. Sawbridgeworth Town move up to 19th after a 3-0 success over Ilford. Lewis Wicker, Daryl Doolan and Ethan Barton were the marksmen, with Jimmy Parker keeping them out at the other end as the Robins had a good day at the office that moves them one place further away from the drop zone. Hoddesdon Town’s keeper, Liam Nugent also kept a clean sheet in their 2-0 home win over Stanway Rovers, with Connor Bolton notching both goals in that one. For Stanway it means they drop to 4th, while Hoddesdon remain 16th but having now posted some more points on the board: they have 22 of them now. Takeley inflicted a 4-1 defeat over Saffron Walden Town, whose goal came via Ollie Miles in the 43rd minute which levelled the game up after the hosts had taken the lead via Kieran Southgate ten minutes earlier. Takeley went on to score three times in the second half with Jordan Westport, George Powell and Glen O’Hanlon doing the damage. Takeley end the day 11th, Saffron Walden in 6th. Dillon Gordon handed FC Clacton a 19th minute lead but White Ensign levelled up through Teddy Henderson and then took the lead via Ben Austin to go in at the break 2-1 up. Henderson extended the lead in the 61st minute, with Joe Gregory then taking it even further from Clacton’s grip when he added a further White Ensign goal nine minutes later. The win sees White Ensign in 10th, one place below FC Clacton, with three points the difference. Enfield are 7th after a 3-2 away win at Little Oakley. Alex Warman’s brace was added to by a Semrai Gebrai goal, with the hosts getting their replies via Daniel Rowe and Samuel Cooke. West Essex were also in a hurry to get things started at St Margaretsbury; Symeon Taylor needed only a minute to fire West Essex into the lead, but in the 16th minute Lawrence Ajong levelled things up. West Essex went on to re-take the lead with an Emmanuel Wazola goal, then having scored so early on made sure of the points by sealing the deal very late when Mo Kaudeer scored the winner five minutes into stoppage time.

 

Saturday 4th December – Essex Senior League Round-Up

(Photo by Philip Lindhurst)

 

Saturday 4th December

Essex Senior League

Clapton 1 Stansted 2

FC Clacton 1 White Ensign 4

Hoddesdon Town 2 Stanway Rovers 0

Little Oakley 2 Enfield 3

Redbridge 2 Cockfosters 1

Sawbridgeworth Town 3 Ilford 0

Sporting Bengal United P Athletic Newham P

St Margaretsbury 1 West Essex 3

Takeley 4 Saffron Walden Town 1

Walthamstow 2 Woodford Town 1

 

Walthamstow took on local rivals Woodford Town which saw a bumper crowd of 493 arrive laiden with food or cash donations for the Eat or Heat charity before Stow took care of business on the pitch as Jason Hallett and Harrison Carnegie both struck in the first half to the league leaders in control. The Woods did come back at their hosts though, and pulled one back through George Thompson twenty minutes from time, but the 2-1 Walthamstow home win comes in very handy as the teams in their wake also picked up maximum points as well. Redbridge needed only a minute to take the lead against Cockfosters: Ibrahim Kehinde provided it. Then in the 61st minute the same player scored again, with the visitors pulling one back via Frederick Agyemang ten minutes from time. Seven Points the gap between Walthamstow and Redbridge as we head into the Christmas period, Stansted meanwhile are 3rd with 43 points after a Paul Clayton brace helped them beat Clapton 2-1. The Tons replied via Raphael Duyile and remain down in 18th. Sawbridgeworth Town move up to 19th after a 3-0 success over Ilford. Lewis Wicker, Daryl Doolan and Ethan Barton were the marksmen, with Jimmy Parker keeping them out at the other end as the Robins had a good day at the office that moves them one place further away from the drop zone. Hoddesdon Town’s keeper, Liam Nugent also kept a clean sheet in their 2-0 home win over Stanway Rovers, with Connor Bolton notching both goals in that one. For Stanway it means they drop to 4th, while Hoddesdon remain 16th but having now posted some more points on the board: they have 22 of them now. Takeley inflicted a 4-1 defeat over Saffron Walden Town, whose goal came via Ollie Miles in the 43rd minute which levelled the game up after the hosts had taken the lead via Kieran Southgate ten minutes earlier. Takeley went on to score three times in the second half with Jordan Westport, George Powell and Glen O’Hanlon doing the damage. Takeley end the day 11th, Saffron Walden in 6th. Dillon Gordon handed FC Clacton a 19th minute lead but White Ensign levelled up through Teddy Henderson and then took the lead via Ben Austin to go in at the break 2-1 up. Henderson extended the lead in the 61st minute, with Joe Gregory then taking it even further from Clacton’s grip when he added a further White Ensign goal nine minutes later. The win sees White Ensign in 10th, one place below FC Clacton, with three points the difference. Enfield are 7th after a 3-2 away win at Little Oakley. Alex Warman’s brace was added to by a Semrai Gebrai goal, with the hosts getting their replies via Daniel Rowe and Samuel Cooke. West Essex were also in a hurry to get things started at St Margaretsbury; Symeon Taylor needed only a minute to fire West Essex into the lead, but in the 16th minute Lawrence Ajong levelled things up. West Essex went on to re-take the lead with an Emmanuel Wazola goal, then having scored so early on made sure of the points by sealing the deal very late when Mo Kaudeer scored the winner five minutes into stoppage time.

 

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