ALL four teams find there is a lot to play for. All with promotion ambitions on the minds.
WOULD you rather do 1,000 burpees or talk to your teammate about mental health? The Essex County FA are supporting ‘Time to Talk’ Day on Thursday 6th February and encouraging members to choose to talk about mental wellbeing.
OVER the past few weeks Thurrock have put in some outstanding performances only to fade in the second half and fail to complete the victory.
A DISAPPOINTING first half performance cost Thurrock T-Birds top spot and pole position for the Championship Title.
THE MILLERS went clear at the top of the league after this victory against Witham Town.
GRAYS grabbed a single point away at Cambridge City on Saturday afternoon.
THE Rocks recorded what was their third successive away league victory, comfortably overcoming shot-shy Lewes at their Dripping Pan stadium to stay within touching distance of the play-offs.
TILBURY continued their great run of form with a victory against Bury Town.
AVELEY go clear at the top of the league plus wins for Tilbury and East Thurrock United.
ALL four teams in the borough have something to play for. Aveley could go top of the league.
THE AmD Tuning team can today confirm the signing of Sam Osborne for the 2020 Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship season.
STRUGGLING Felixstowe pushed Aveley all the way in the Miller’s 4-3 victory on Monday night.
ON a day to celebrate Joao Carlos’ 400th appearance for the club, Grays Athletic put in a performance to match, as they beat Great Wakering Rovers at Parkside.
A WEIRD and sometimes wacky game at the Grayers Graphics Stadium, but great entertainment nevertheless. The home side eased into a comfortable two goal lead, but an impressive Kingstonian side turned it around to go 3-2 up before the Rocks struck a late equaliser.
TILBURY produced the result of the season to beat league leaders on Saturday afternoon.
HIGHLIGHT of the day has to be Tilbury’s away win at league leaders Maldon and Tiptree. Grays Ath win and East Thurrock draw.
THURROCK narrowly lost out in a magnificent match at Oakfield on Saturday to table-topping Westcombe Park. Thurrock had beaten the Kent side twice last season and were eyeing the title themselves this year.
OLD rivals Hove visited Oakfield today looking to complete the double over the T-Birds. But a strong defensive display ensure Thurrock picked up the bonus point victory to go back to the top of the Championship Table.
FOUR fascinating fixtures for all four teams across the borough.
TWO-time BBC Essex Saturday Premier Cup champions Buckhurst Hill will meet Colchester-based Gas Recreation in the Quarter-Finals of this season’s competition after the draw was revealed live on air on Wednesday 15th January.
AVELEY continued with their great run of form with an excellent victory against fellow promotion contenders, Bury Town.
HISTORY-making Aveley will have another big derby in the FA Trophy after being paired at home with National League South Chelmsford City and former manager Rod Stringer.
THURROCK welcomed back Chris Shorter,Dan Carey and Jake Barrand to the fold on Saturday at Oakfield and the returning triumvirate made a difference! The secure scrummaging of Shorter and Carey gave the backs a platform to exploit and Barrand’s strength and kicking prowess paid dividends.
SATURDAY 4th January saw Thurrock Harrier athletes compete in the Essex County Championships in Basildon.