Canning Town’s Vase campaign ended at the first hurdle as Enfield Borough won their 1st Qualifying Round tie 4-2.
Senior League Cup
Hutton were the biggest winners of the day as they progressed into the next round on the end of a 4-0 win over Old Chelmsfordians. Raheem Waith, Max Bolton, Dan Carpenter and Rio Manicom scored the goals. Daniel Tesfay and Teo Borozan scored the Snaresbrook goals in a 2-1 win over FC Hamlets, who pulled one back via John Gilroy. Newbury Forest eke out a 1-0 win over Roydon with Joe Omigate grabbing the all-important goal. Lanre Sodeinde, Scott Former and Anthony Wiseman were the Dagenham United marksmen in a 3-2 win over Ryan. Brandonlee Brown and Moise Balcombo scored the Ryan replies. Benfleet progress after a 2-0 win over Academy Soccer; joining them will be Galleywood who edged out Chingford Athletic with a 1-0 win. Danny Dow scored the Ongar Town goal in a 2-1 after extra time defeat at Great Baddow.
Catholic United remain top of the table despite only picking up a point at Harold Wood Athletic. Max Kent scored their goal in the 1-1 draw, with Matthew Donovan scoring the Harold Wood effort. Springfield are second after coming through a nine goal thriller at White Ensign. Joe Mayer and Ross Lamb scored twice apiece with Andy Elgar scoring a penalty in the 5-4 away win. Frenford picked up their first win of the season as a Danny Driscoll brace plus a further goal from Ade Cole helped them see off Leigh Ramblers with a 3-1 win. Justin Hazell scored the Leigh Ramblers consolation. Kelvedon Hatch are still without a win as they lost 3-1 at home to Basildon Town. Jack Hatt did the damage, scoring a hat-trick that cancelled out Chris Neville’s goal. Jermaine Purchas scored the Bishops Stortford Swifts goal in a 1-1 draw with Rayleigh Town; Reece Tranter meanwhile scored a brace in Manford Way’s 2-2 draw with May & Baker E.C. Lee Newton and Luke Dickens scored the May & Baker replies.
Old Southendian sit top of the table after a 4-2 win over Buckhurst Hill. Edward Gould showed his striking prowess as he fired home a hat-trick with Charlie Kernott scoring the other goal. Buckhurst Hill grabbed their goals via Tyriq Soloman and Josh Addinall. Sungate got their Division One campaign off to a flyer winning 3-2 at Shenfield AFC. Danny Downer, a 20 yard volley from Steve Harding and a 25 yard screamer from Ryan Luxford cancelled out the brace Will Marlow notched for Shenfield.
Ramsden Scotia move up to second after a 4-0 win over A1 Sports. Ryan Leddra (2), David Hollis and Louis Smith were the marksmen. Herongate Athletic beat Rochford Town 3-1 courtesy of a Glen Jordan hat-trick. Reece Papworth hit the target for Rochford Town.
A Brodie Horne brace plus goals from Barv Waiwaiku and Jimmy Markham helped Leigh Town beat Beacon Hill Rovers 4-1. The win makes it two wins from two for the Olympian League newcomers and they currently lead the table. Shoebury Town also won 4-1 as Kirk Hudson scores twice with Scott Clark and Aaron Cooper also notching. Goals from Scott Holding and Bentley Vancootan were not enough to secure Debden Sports any points as Ashley Taylor-Forbes, Jack Darby and Nick Hughes also hit the target, winning the game 3-2 to Frenford Res. in the process.
Buildbase FA Vase 1st Qualifying Round
Enfield Borough 4 Canning Town 2
Senior League Cup 1st Round
Benfleet 2 Academy Soccer 0
Chingford Athletic 0 Galleywood 1
FC Hamlets 1 Snaresbrook 2
Great Baddow 2 Ongar Town 1 (aet)
Hutton 4 Old Chelmsfordians 0
Roydon 0 Newbury Forest 1
Ryan 2 Dagenham United 3
Frenford 3 Leigh Ramblers 1
Harold Wood Athletic 1 Catholic United 1
Kelvedon Hatch 1 Basildon Town 3
May & Baker E.C. 2 Manford Way 2
Rayleigh Town 1 Bishops Stortford Swifts 1
White Ensign 4 Springfield 5
Old Southendian 4 Buckhurst Hill 2
Shenfield AFC 2 Sungate 3
Ramsden Scotia 4 A1 Sports 0
Rochford Town 1 Herongate Athletic 3
Beacon Hill Rovers 1 Leigh Town 4
Debden Sports 2 Frenford Res. 3
Shoebury Town 4 Manford Way Res. 1