Essex Senior League
Len Cordell Cup
Kieran Hipgrav and Alex Paraskeva were on target as DTFC shared four goals with Cockfosters. Ned Clarke and a Marcus Crowther strike deep into injury time ensuring parity/
St Margaretsbury and Hoddesdon Town played out a 1-1 draw – Dominic Wynter-Stephens cancelling out Cyrus Babaie’s fourteenth-minute opener for the visitors.
Tony Martin scored five minutes after the restart as Redbridge beat Clapton by a goal to nil. Meanwhile, a thrilling Friday night derby encounter saw Barkingside hang on to edge out Woodford Town by the odd goal in seven. Jayden Charles scored twice, one from the spot, while Ridwan Hussein netted in stoppage-time for the hosts, while Joe Gent, Reece Simpson, Jack Gibbons and Jacob Dingli did thedamage for the visitors.
Marlon Stratford, Max Gnandi and Nyan Mesuria netted for Billericay Town’s second string in what was a well-contested encounter with Holland, despite the three-goal margin.
Jordan Lartey and Keving Coyle helped FC Clacton to a 2-1 win over Stansted – Ryan Ramsey responding for the Airportmen.
Frenford and Barking finished 1-1 – Owen James for the home side – Isaac Westendorf for the Blues.
Callum Bloss netted a hat-trick for West Essex in their eight-goal thriller at Hackney Wick – Mohammed Razza’s brace insufficient for the hosts who went down 5-3.
Dominic Locke bagged a brace, while Connor Barnby and Luke Skinner completed the rout as White Ensign eased to a 4-1 victor over Great Wakering Rovers. Jake Gordon netted teh villagers consolation in a match played at Hullbridge due to extensive work being carried out at the Rovers’ Burroughs Park ground. Elsewhere, Athletic Newham and Brimsdown played out a 1-1 draw
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Mitchell Ali grabbed an impressive hat-trick as bottom of the table Old Southendian won 5-3 at Canning Town.
Leaders, Buckhurst Hill were 4-0 winners over Hutton, while Catholic United hit seven without reply at Rayleigh Town
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A one-side clash between top and bottom saw Ongar Town thrash Shoebury Town 15-0. Second-placed Runwell Sports saw off Rayleigh Town’s second string by three unanswered goals.
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Leigh Town are top of the table following a 5-2 win over Ryan FC. Beacon Hill Rovers slip to second after a 2-o defeat at emerging Corinthians. Meanwhile, Epping Town returned to form, hammering May & Baker EC ‘A’ by five goals to nil.
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ACD remain on course for the title following a 3-1 win over Lakeside United. Manford Way Reserves kept up the pressure with a 4-1 win at Hutton Reserves.
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Hashtag United Development are a point clear after seeing off Canning Town Reserves 4-1. Amongst the chasing pack, Wakering Sports Reserves edged out their Old Chelmsfordian counterparts by three goals to two.
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A day to forget for AS Rawreth Reserves who were crushed 13-0 at Springfield Reserves. Wakering Sports ‘A’ are top after a 3-2 win over Herongate Athletic Reserves.
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