Ramblers back with a bang

ProKit UK Essex Olympian League round-up

ProKit UK Essex Olympian League Premier Division

Leigh Ramblers were keen to impress as the ProKit UK Essex Olympian League returned following a four-month hiatus.

Rams proved too strong for Canning Town, winning by four unanswered goals at Belfairs Park – Billy Carter, Joseph Hunter, Mattias Tonking and Barv Waiwaiku on target for the hosts.

Aron Gordon and Tony Shaw netted Hutton’s goals in a 2-1 victory over Old Southendian – Nick Henesy responding for the visitors, while Marcus Bowers, Graham Harrison and Keith King found the net to ensure Basildon Town a 3-1 triumph over Shenfield AFC.

Bishop’s Stortford Swifts won an entertaining clash with Sungate by four goals to two – Harry Bushell, Kieran Southgate, Carlos Flood and Bret Munyard on target. Meanwhile, Suleyman Zuhdu and Jonah Gregory bagged late goals as Buckhurst Hill won by the odd goal in three at Springfield.

Catholic United were beaten at home – Harold Wood Athletic edging it 2-1. And there was an entertaining encounter at New Hall where Kelvedon Hatch and Rayleigh Town shared six goals – Lewis Young, Joe Gregory and Joeseph Newson with the Kelvedon goals

ProKit UK Essex Olympian League Division One

Snaresbrook were 4-2 winners in a thrilling Division One contest with Shoebury Town at Nutters Field. Meanwhile, goals from Daniel Okah and Joe Olley was insufficient for Runwell Sports, who slipped 3-2 at home to Ild Chelmsfordian.

Chingford Athletic won 2-0 at Rayleigh Town Reserves, while Liam Burgess and Connor Hammond found the net as Manford Way triumphed by the same margin over Toby FC. 

Elsewhere, Craig Skipper bagged a brace and Freddie Bartrum came up with one of his own, helping Galleywood to a 3-2 win over Herongate Athletic

ProKit UK Essex Olympian League Division Two

Tom Adams and a late Nico Dubouchet strike helped Old Southendian Reserves to a 2-1 success over their May & Baker counterparts. 

Sam Law, Peter Paoletti and Graeme Turner secured a 31- win for Epping Town over AS Rawreth at Upper Epping Rugby Club. Laindon Orient edged out Beacon Hill Rovers by three goals to two, while the games between Rochford Town and Wakering Sports, and Ryan FC and Harold Wood Athletic Reserves both ended all-square at 1-1.

ProKit UK Essex Olympian League Division Three

The game of the day was at Shoebury Park, where hosts Wakebury won a ten-goal thriller with Corinthian Reserves by six goals to four.

Jack Shaw scored twice in Hutton Reserves’ 4-3 win at Lakeside, while another close encounter saw Toby FC’s second string edge out their Buckhurst Hill counterparts by three goals to two

ProKit UK Essex Olympian League Division Four

Leytonstone United thrashed Laindon Orient Reserves 5-1 at the Forest Row Centre. Meanwhile, Sungate seconds went one better, winning 6-2 at Ongar Town Reserves

ProKit UK Essex Olympian League Division Five

The big winner of the day was Newbury Forest Reserves who thumped Collier Row Reserves by ten goals to two at the Fairlop Oak Playing Field.


Brian Jeeves

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