GRAYS Athletic got their season back on track with a resounding 6-1 victory against Romford.
THE MILLERS blasted their way into the first qualifying round of the FA Trophy with a 5-0 victory away at East Grinstead.
THE edge was taken off a brilliant Non-League Day for East Thurrock United when they discovered on Sunday morning that their refreshment bar had been broken into.
A strong second half performance saw Tilbury blow away South Central side Waltham Abbey to make progress in the FA Trophy. On a wet afternoon, Tilbury saw a debut for Kevin Songolo and a second half appearance for Calvin Ekpiteta.
A TRULY miserable afternoon weatherwise to mark Non-League Day, which the club marked by launching a new sponsorship deal as the Rookery Hill Ground became the Grayers Graphics Stadium. Despite the weather, a near 300 crowd turned up, including local MP Stephen Metcalfe.
BEDFONT staged a smash and grab raid to dump Blues out the FA Trophy at Parkside . The visitors looked sharper and more determined than their hosts who lacked the spark so evident in past weeks – ponderous going forward in contrast to Bedfont who broke with pace and purpose capitalising on their opportunities with clinical precision.
A SOLID three points for Aveley in this away win against Witham on Saturday.
CAMBRIDGE City will not claim an easier three points this season against a Blues team that failed to live up to their lofty league position.
THE Rocks travelled south with just 13 players available. Covo welcomed Mitchell Gilbey and Alex Clark back from injury, but then had to go into the game with Andy Pugh, Danny Harris and Morisi Gelashvili all sidelined.
THREE great away wins for East Thurrock, Tilbury and Aveley.
FOUR fascinating fixtures for the borough’s teams. Things are hotting nicely.
THE youth squad at Grays Athletic Football Club is ready to put its best foot forward this season after netting £2,500 sponsorship from members of the Grays, Essex branch of Foresters Friendly Society.
THE Blues let a one goal half time lead slip to condemn themselves to a second defeat in the Velocity Cup group stage against landlords Aveley. The game was a low key affair which failed to excite both sets of supporters.
THE ROCKS earned a solitary but important point away at Cray on Saturday afternoon.
EAST Thurrock have a tough away fixture against Cray Wanderers.
AVELEY moved to the edge of the play-off places with a hard-fought victory against Histon.
EAST Thurrock United continued their promotion push with a last gasp victory against Regent.
TILBURY gave away a two-goal lead to drop two points at home to Hullbridge.
IT is with a heavy heart that the club has to advise supporters that Grays Athletic have been expelled from this season’s FA Cup competition after being charged and found guilty of a rule breach. Consequently, the 2Q Round game away to Kingstonian FC, scheduled for Sunday 22nd September 2019 will not go ahead as […]
ALL our clubs are involved in fascinating fixtures.
GRAYS Athletic continued their impressive start to the season with a 3-1 victory over local rivals Tilbury.
AVELEY grabbed three important points after a trip up the Brentwood Road on Tuesday evening.
ON a hot September afternoon, Tilbury and Aveley shared the points in an end to end encounter. Tilbury unveiled two new signings, striker Lewis Smith and goalkeeper Mitchell Ware who stood in for Aveley last season.
THE Essex Rocks and the Sussex Rocks went head to head at Rookery Hill, and it was John Coventry’s Essex boys who came out comfortable victors.