Anagram Records Trophy
FC Hamlets are into the last eight of the Anagram Records Trophy after a 3-0 away win at Sarratt. Ishmael Saidy, Charlie Heatley and Tyler Ishmael grabbed the goals and they will now host Ware Sports in the next round.
BBC Essex Premier Cup
Rayleigh Town may have had most of the possession against Kelvedon Social, but it was the hosts who were heading into the next round as they were leading 1-0 with twenty minutes to go. But Rayleigh then rallied, with Jack Long, Max Jones and Harry Talbot all hitting the target in the final fifteen minutes to see their side win the tie 3-1. Catholic United meanwhile had no such worries as they beat Little Oakley Res. 4-0.
Senior League Cup
Bishop’s Stortford Swifts are into the next round after Sam Coe, Daryl Doolan and Oliver Slater notched in their 3-1 success over Old Southendian. Kelvedon Hatch had a player sent off in their 3-1 win over Harold Wood Athletic, but goals from Theo Ola (2) and Stephen Willis made sure that it wasn’t to their disadvantage. Epping Town were reduced to nine men in their game with Great Baddow which was to their disadvantage though as they lost 3-2, with Daniel Garfinkle and Daniel Ezeorji’s goals being cancelled out by Great Baddow’s tally. Suley Zuhdu scored twice for Buckhurst Hill in their 4-0 win over Manford Way; Steve Townsend and Sonny Shilling also getting on the score sheet. Basildon Town and Leigh Ramblers had a right rollercoaster of a game that ended 4-4 after extra time. Alfie Phillips (2), Jamie Miller and Sener Suavi scored for the hosts; Jamie Selby-Knight (2), Justin Hazel and Ben Munday scored for the visitors. The penalty shootout saw five penalty misses before Miller stepped up to win the shootout 2-1 in Basildon Town’s favour.
Canning Town move up to fifth after a 4-1 win over Springfield. Reece Morgan bagged a brace, with Carlos Garcia and Joe Hall also scoring. Springfield replied through Jack Mundy. Hutton end the weekend in sixth after a Brad Freeman double alongside a Chris Rowlatt goal helped them beat Sungate, who scored via Reece Simpson, 3-1.
Top played bottom as leaders Snaresbrook travelled to bottom-placed May & Baker E.C. Res and came away with all the spoils via a 2-1 win. Tyriquee Solomon and Michael Ikotun scored the goals which sees Snaresbrook now open a six point lead over Ramsden Scotia, who were beaten 2-1 by Rayleigh Town Res. James Nottage and Oliver Ventura the Rayleigh scorers; Richard Bishop the Ramsden scorer. Ramsden are now looking over their shoulder as third-placed Shenfield AFC scored five without reply at Old Chelmsfordians. Jordan Elliot (2), Sam Lock, Mitch Day and Ben Absolon were the marksmen that see their side homing in on the promotion places. Harry Bond scored for Galleywood in their 2-1 defeat at Frenford Res., while Steve Merrick supplied the Ongar Town goal in their 3-1 defeat at Herongate Athletic.
Toby are top of Division Two after James Coleman’s goal was enough to secure all the points at Upminster. The 1-0 away win sees Toby three points clear at the top; with Shoebury Town and Runwell Sports remaining on their tail after winning their games on Saturday. Shoebury travelled to Harold Wood Athletic Res., who had started the day as leaders, but a brace from Domm Binns plus a goal from Scott Clark saw Shoebury Town win the game 3-1, moving them up to second with Harold Wood now down in fourth. Runwell Sports are up to third after a 1-0 win over Chingford Athletic courtesy of a Jordan Gregory goal. Down at the bottom of the table and it was defeats all around as firstly May & Baker E.C. ‘A’ were brushed aside by Lakeside who run out 11-0 winners. Drew Klessa-Smith notched five times; Sam Pettit bagged a hat-trick; Ryan Clark, Luke Quinton and Charlie Ashpole also hit the target in the rout. Ryan remain in the drop zone after they were beaten 7-2 at Rochford Town, while Newham United sit one place above Ryan after they were handed a 3-1 defeat by Beacon Hill Rovers.
Division Three leaders Westhamians kept their unbeaten league record intact after a 5-0 home win over Old Chelmsfordians Res. Lewis Lawrence scored twice with Danny Dobson, Kenny Liddiard and Andy Hunter also chipping in. Basildon Town Res. meanwhile won their first league game of the campaign, at a canter too, as Jake Bridgeman (2), Scott Cooper and Joseph Fogarty all hit the back of the net. Tom Adams bagged a brace as Old Southendian Res. beat Roydon 2-0, while Francis Alinc also hit the target twice for Wakering Sports. Daniel Jones was the other Wakering scorer in the 3-1 win over Academey Soccer who replied via Marc Porter-Brown.
Anagram Records Trophy 2nd Round
Sarratt 0 FC Hamlets 3
BBC Essex Premier Cup 3rd Round
Kelvedon Social 1 Rayleigh Town 3
Little Oakley Res. 0 Catholic United 4
Senior League Cup 3rd Round
Basildon Town 4 Leigh Ramblers 4 (Basildon Town win 2-1 Pens)
Bishop’s Stortford Swifts 3 Old Southendian 1
Buckhurst Hill 4 Manford Way 0
Kelvedon Hatch 3 Harold Wood Athletic 1
Canning Town 4 Springfield 1
Hutton 3 Sungate 1
Frenford Res. 2 Galleywood 1
Herongate Athletic 3 Ongar Town1
May & Baker E.C. Res. 1 Snaresbrook 2
Old Chelmsfordians 0 Shenfield AFC 5
Ramsden Scotia 1 Rayleigh Town Res. 2
Lakeside 11 May & Baker E.C. ‘A’ 0
Harold Wood Athletic Res. 1 Shoebury Town 3
Newham United 1 Beacon Hill Rovers 3
Rochford Town 7 Ryan 2
Runwell Sports 1 Chingford Athletic 0
Upminster 0 Toby 1
Old Southendian Res. 2 Roydon 0
Wakering Sports 3 Academy Soccer 1
Westhamians 5 Old Chelmsfordians Res. 0
White Ensign Res. 0 Basildon Town Res. 5
Saturday 24th November
BBC Essex Premier Cup 3rd Round
Beacon Hill Rovers v Hutton
Buckhurst Hill v Sungate
Galleywood v Old Chelmsfordians
Kelvedon Hatch v Hullbridge Sports Res.
Tiptree Heath v Shoebury Town
Senior League Cup 3rd Round
Chingford Athletic v Springfield
Great Baddow v Harold Wood Athletic
Leigh Ramblers v Bishop’s Stortford Swifts
Old Southendian v Catholic United
Rayleigh Town v Canning Town
May & Baker E.C. Res. v Rayleigh Town Res.
Ongar Town v FC Hamlets
Ramsden Scotia v Basildon Town
Shenfield AFC v Herongate Athletic
Snaresbrook v Frenford Res.
Harold Wood Athletic Res. v Rochford Town
Lakeside v Toby
Newham United v May & Baker E.C. ‘A’
Upminster v Runwell Sports
Academy Soccer v Old Southendian Res.
Basildon Town Res. v Wakering Sports
Hutton Res. v Laindon Orient
Leigh Town v Roydon
Old Chelmsfordians Res. v White Ensign Res.