Friday, April 16
Essex Senior League – Len Cordell Memorial Cup
Barkingside 1-2 Redbridge
Redbridge came from behind to edge out Barkingside by the odd goal in three at Oakside. Jacob Dingli gave Barkingside the lead – Shawn Harris and Tony Martin won it for teh Motormen.
West Essex 2-1 Frenford
Deyonte Anthony was on target as Frenford looked set to spring a surprise at West Essex. However, the hosts remain top of the group with a 100% record after Emmanuel Oluwole and Callum Bloss turned the game in their favour.
Saturday, April 17
Cockfosters 2-2 St Margaretsbury
DTFC top the group after Jermaine Francis and Jake Kissiedu netted in a 2-0 win over Hoddesdon Town.
Clapton 2-0 Woodford Town
Brandan Rooks and Lewis Francis gave Clapton a great chance of qualification as Woodford Town were brushed aside at the Terry MacMillan Stadium.
FC Clacton 2-2 Billericay Town U23s
Sam Thompson netted twice for FC Clacton, while Gabby Ipanga Mbambo repeated that particular feat for Billericay’s youngsters as the Group C points were shared at the Austin Arena
Holland 4-2 Stansted
Holland bounced back from last weekend’s defeat at Billericay, winning an entertaining six-goal thriller against Stansted. Kieran Michael, Ruben Cowley, Harry Willougby and an own goal registering for the hosts – Michael Salako and Jack Mitchell on target for the Airportmen.
Athletic Newham 2-3 White Ensign
Connor Barmby, Andrew George and Luke Skinner found the net as White Ensign raced into a three-goal lead inside the opening half an hour. However, Athletic made them sweat as Jeff Idemudia and Joel Appiah responded for the home side
Brimsdown 0-0 Great Wakering Rovers
No goals at Chadfields, where Brimsdown and the Rovers played out a tense stalemate.