May 12, 2013 Match Reports 11th May 2013
Premier Division Leli Bajada, Michael Black and Jason Brown scored the goals for Hutton Old Boys in their 3-1 win over Springfield which confirmed them as Premier Division Champions. Second place is also almost certain to go to Little Thurrock Dynamos as they beat Met Police Chigwell 6-2. Stuart Jones scored Met Police Chigwell’s goals. Picture is West Essex
May 5, 2013 Match Reports 4th May 2013
Premier Division Hutton Old Boys now need a single point to be Premier Division Champions following their 3-1 win against White Notley. Leli Bajada, Norman McPhee and Michael Black scoring for the Champions elect, with Gavin Bensley replying for White Notley.. Pictureis Harold Wood Athletic Reserves
Apr 25, 2013 Division Four League Cup Final Report
Fulbrook Royals 1 Hutton Old Boys Reserves 4 On a warm evening both sides certainly turned up the heat in an end to end Cup tie. Bheki Mlotshwa of Hutton Old Boys Reserves began the frantic start off after three minutes with a header tat a well positioned Steve Birch of Fulbrook Royals cleared off the line.
Apr 21, 2013 Match Reports 20th April 2013
Premier Division At the top of table Met Police Chigwell scored two late goals to draw 3-3 with Hutton Old Boys. Met Police Chigwell’s goals came from Stuart Jones before an Eddie Nwachukwu penalty and Dave Stittle scored in the last five minutes. Bowers & Pitsea (Vichouse) missed goal keeper Phil Langridge, who completed the London Marathon on Sunday, as they went down 4-2 against Little Thurrock Dynamos. Frenford Senior had their best result of the season as they won 7-0 at White Notley. Picture Cricketers Horndon Saxons
Apr 21, 2013 Division Two League Cup Final Report
Cricketers Horndon Saxons 3 Sporting Club Woodham 0 On one of the warmest Saturdays of the season it took a while for both sides to get into their stride and although there was lots of endeavour both sides cancelled out each other providing few goalmouth thrills for the large crowd basking in the sunshine. Cricketers Horndon Saxons started to build up some pressure and on thirty minutes they got the breakthrough when captain Kellye Stephens met a cross and planted his header out of the reach of Andy Wakefield in the Sporting Club Woodham goal.
Apr 18, 2013 Division Three League Cup Final Report
Heath Park 3 Writtle 1 The crowd at Billericay Town enjoyed a mild evening and an entertaining game as Heath Park Captain Paul Hayes turned in a match winning performance. Kicking down the slope in the first half Heath Park looked to make the most of this advantage. Writtle were given an early warning of the opposition skipper’s influence after six minutes when his cross was met by Danny Henwood who lobbed just over the bar
Apr 16, 2013 Division Three League Cup Final Preview
Heath Park v Writtle Wednesday 17th April 2013 at Billericay Town Kick Off 7.30pm The Division Three Cup Final sees a meeting of the top side in the West Division, Heath Park and the second placed side from the East Division, Writtle.
Apr 14, 2013 Match Reports 13th April 2013
Division One Awful news from the Britannia v Chipping Ongar game which was abandoned with fifteen minutes to go after Matt Marvel of Chipping Ongar suffered a badly broken leg which required the Air Ambulance and over an hour’s treatment on the pitch before he could be moved. Fully credit to Kes Outhwaite of Britannia who stayed with Matt through his treatment to try to assist. It showed the true spirit of the League. We wish Matt well for his operation and a speedy recovery. Picture is Hawkwell Athletic
Apr 8, 2013 Division One League Cup Final Report
On the best Saturday for months the Division One final was bright but lacked hotshots in the box. Both teams gave everything but defences tended to be on top and the first half ended goalless. The second half started in much the same manner with chances few and far between.
Apr 7, 2013 Match Reports 6th April 2013
Premier Division A mixed week for Met Police Chigwell this week. They finished the week top of the table after Little Thurrock Dynamos were deducted twelve points for an administrative error, however after losing the League Cup Final on Wednesday they lost 7-4 at home to Port of London Authority on Saturday. Met Police scorers were Stuart Jones, Darren Oliver, Dave Stittle and Gabby Williams. Hutton Old Boys in second place are now the title favourites following goals from Jason Brown, Lee Cobden and Norman McPhee after them three points against Bowers & Pitsea (Vichouse). Picture is Little Thurrock Dynamos