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The Round-Up – Essex 22/04/18

The Round-Up

Sunday 22nd April

Essex Women’s League Cup

Corringham Cosmos unbeaten so far this season in the Essex Women’s Premier Division are also the current holders of the Essex Women’s League Cup. Have reached the last 4 of the competition this season to and were aiming to reach the final for a 2nd successive season this Sunday away to the current Premier Division leaders Hatfield Peverel Ladies. The sides goalless at the half-time interval Corringham Cosmos going on to win the game 2nd half scoring 2 goals to reach the final once again. Rachel Fleming and top scorer Chloe Sams netting the goals. Will face Lawford Ladies in this season’s League Cup Final date and venue to be announced.

Essex Women’s Premier Division

Two games from the Essex Women’s Premier Division this Sunday. 3rd placed Lawford Ladies were on the road taking on 6th placed Collier Row Tigers. The sides playing out a 2-2 draw. Laura Bunton with her 22nd goal of the season scoring for Collier Row Tigers along with Emily Dempsey. Ami Warnes scoring for Lawford with their top scorer jasmine Cox adding another goal to her tally like Bunton now on 22 for the season. 

  In the other game from the Premier Division bottom side Chigwell Ladies earned a valuable point at home to Beacon Hill Rovers Ladies in a goalless draw.

Essex Women’s Division One

A couple of double headers in Essex Women’s Division One this Sunday. Before those league leaders Southend United Ladies came out on top in a 7 goal thriller at home to Rayleigh Town Ladies to keep ahead of the chasing pack by 3 points. The sides sharing 2 goals each in the 1st half Southend United edged the 2nd half 2-1 to claim the 3 points. Holly Gash, Eleasha Reeves and Amy Smith on target for Rayleigh Town.

  Leigh Ramblers Ladies in 2nd spot in the Division One table were hosting FC Clacton Ladies in a double header at the weekend. came out on top winning 3-0 in both matches to claim all 6 points available. Abbi Brown with a brace along with a strike from Sasha Vail in the 1st match. Vail was also a scorers in the 2nd game with Emily Mackler and Katherine Newton also getting on the scoresheet.

  Dagenham & Redbridge Ladies were also at home on Sunday playing a double header with Chelmsford City Ladies Reserves. Collected maximum points from both games and as a result climb up to 3rd spot in the Essex Women’s Division One table their highest position of the season. Winning one game 2-0 Daisy Theobald and Juliet Thomas were the goal scorers. Both claimed another goal each in the 2nd game with Fran Pridie also getting a goal in a 3-0 victory.

  Alresford Colne Rangers were also in action on Sunday at home to Billericay Town Ladies Reserves. Won all 3 points courtesy of a 4-1 win. Their goals scored by Vicky Hall, Joanne Harvey, Tiffany Reeves and Jasmine Warner. Emma Roberts netting the goal for Billericay.

The Round-Up – Essex 15/04/18

The Round-Up

Sunday 15th April

Essex Women’s Premier Division

 News of another loss from the leagues across the east this week with the news that the Essex Women’s Premier Division has lost Eastern Avenue. Another side struggling with a lack of numbers sadly a common theme for a number of sides this season. A real shame to see them gone and wish everyone involved with the club all the best.

 That see’s further adjustment to the league. Hatfield Peverel Ladies remain out in front leading the Premier Division by 2 points now clinching another 3 points on the road away to Beacon Hill Rovers Ladies on Sunday. A strong 1st half performance getting the job done Christa Osman opening the scoring in the 10th minute. Top scorer Yasmin Cowley moving onto 31 goals for the season with a brace. Victoria King also on target with 10 minutes of the 1st half left. A 4-0 lead at the break ending up the final score.

 A double header and maximum points won saw Frontiers Ladies move up into 2nd place in the Premier Division table on Sunday taking on Collier Row Tigers. In the 1st match Frontiers scored a goal in each half to win the game 2-0 with Jill Bartholomew and Kay Foy on target. 

  Another close result in the 2nd half the sides were drawing 1-1 at half-time before Frontiers scored again in the 2nd period to take the game 2-1 and claim all 6 points on offer. The same pair Bartholomew and Foy getting the goals. Emily Dempsey scoring the goal for Collier Row Tigers. 

Essex Women’s League Cup

 Hatfield Peverel Ladies are in Essex Women’s League Cup semi-final action this coming Sunday at home as they at last know their opponents with Corringham Cosmos the current League Cup holders taking on Hullbridge Sports Ladies in their quarter final this weekend. At home unbeaten on the Premier Division a potentially tricky tie for Corringham Cosmos up against Essex Women’s Division One title hopefuls Hullbridge Sports Ladies a strong 1st half though saw Corringham Cosmos in control of the quarter final leading 4-0. Hullbridge Sports pulled two goals back in the 2nd half with Karley Hunt and Brogan Kelly on target however Corringham Cosmos added a further 3 goals to win the tie 7-2. Chloe Sams scoring 4 goals. Michelle Sumpter hitting a brace along with a goal for Madison Hubbard for Corringham Cosmos. Lawford Ladies already through to the League Cup Final await.

Essex Women’s Division One

 Three matches in Essex Women’s Division One this Sunday. League leaders Southend United Ladies were away to Chelmsford City Ladies Reserves a narrow 2-1 victory seeing them open up a 6 point lead at the top. 

 In a mid-table clash Alresford Colne Rangers were away to Walden Ladies on Sunday. The visitors with a 2-0 advantage at half-time added 3 more goals in the 2nd half to win 5-0. Joanne Harvey scoring twice with a goal each for Tiffany Reeves, Vicky Hall and Laurel Harknett. 

 FC Clacton Ladies were at home on Sunday taking on bottom side Benfleet Villa Ladies. A 4-0 win seeing FC Clacton win for the 4th time this season.

 

The Round-Up – Essex 08/04/18

The Round-Up

Sunday 8th April

Essex Women’s Trophy

It was the Final of the Essex Women’s Trophy this Sunday, Women’s Football East was there to watch Hutton Ladies take on Silver End United Ladies at Saffron Walden Town FC. Heavy rain on the day, the pitch playable but extremely muddy. Both sides playing in the ERWFL Division One South & North respectfully. It was Silver End United Ladies final game of the season, a good achievement in what has been a difficult season for the club having started the campaign struggling for numbers. 

  On the pitch it was a competitive contest with neither side willing to let any one settle on the ball. Hutton starting the better, Silver End United coming back into it a long distance effort from Kaitlin Sugg putting Hutton into the lead. 1-0 the advantage at half-time both goalkeepers making saves the game continued to be close 2nd half and with Silver End United pressing for an equaliser Hutton were in need of a 2nd goal. With 12 minutes left to play they got a free-kick in a dangerous position 25 yards from goal. Midfielder Amy Crumpler the player fouled stepped up to take it, sending the ball arrowing into the top corner to make it 2-0. Silver End United made sure of a tense finish to the game, midfielder Stephanie A’Len turning the ball into the back of the net from inside the area. 2-1 at the final whistle Hutton Ladies win this season’s Essex Women’s Trophy.

 

Essex Women’s Trophy winners 17/18, Hutton Ladies

Essex Women’s League Cup

The first of this season’s Essex Women’s League Cup semi-finals was played this weekend and looked like it would be close on paper, proving to be the case out on the pitch between Lawford Ladies and Frontiers Ladies. Both sides riding high in the Essex Women’s Premier Division. The tie went all the way into extra-time after the sides had finished all square at 2-2 after the 90 minutes were up. Kay Foy and Loren Delamere with the goals for Frontiers. It was to be more semi-final heartbreak for Frontiers having been beaten in the Essex Women’s Trophy by Silver End United Ladies as they lost out in extra-time Lawford Ladies going on to score the winning goal to book their place in the Final, Sophia Serghiou, an Ami Warnes penalty and a goal for top scorer Jasmine Cox for Lawford. Will be a while before they know who their opponents will be with Hatfield Peverel Ladies waiting to see who they will face with Hullbridge Sports Ladies taking on current League Cup holders Corringham Cosmos in their quarter final this coming Sunday.

Essex Women’s Premier Division

Two games in the Essex Women’s Premier Division this Sunday and Corringham Cosmos’s young side still unbeaten this season won comfortably away from home against Runwell Sports Ladies to move into 2nd spot in the league. A hat-trick each for Michelle Sumpter and top scorer Chloe Sams who now has 18 for the season. Frances Murphy with the goal for Runwell Sports Ladies in the 50th minute. Corringham Cosmos are now 4 points behind leaders Hatfield Peverel Ladies with 2 games in hand.

6-1 was also the winning score in the other match played in the Premier Division this Sunday. 6th placed Collier Row Tigers collecting at 3 points at home to Harlow Town Ladies Reserves. Laura Bunton is Collier Row Tigers top scorer this season and had another fruitful Sunday in front of goal scoring 4 to take her onto 22 goals this season from 12 appearances. With Daisy Chapman netting 2 goals her 1st for the side. Amber Strows with the goal for Harlow Town Ladies.

Essex Women’s Division One

Two double headers played in Essex Women’s Division One and a bad day at the office for Hullbridge Sports Ladies as they lost their long unbeaten 100% record. Losing twice against Southend United Ladies who as a result retake the lead it what is proving to be a competitive title battle in the league. Close matches both in the 1st Southend United were leading 2-1 at half-time before going on to win the match 3-2. Emily Pert scoring a brace with a goal for Emily Gowland. Jennifer Lyttle and Karley Hunt with the goal in either half for Hullbridge Sports. In the 2nd game a single strike in the 1st half from Morgan Hayes was enough for Southend United Ladies to claim their 2nd 3 point haul of the afternoon. Despite the defeats Hullbridge Sports remain very much in contention for the title having games in hand on all the sides around them. 

The other weekends double header saw Dagenham & Redbridge Ladies travelling to Rayleigh Town Ladies. Both games close affairs a single goal enough for the 3 points in both. The results going the way of Rayleigh Town Ladies, their captain Isabelle Wallings prolific in front of goal scoring in both matches her 35th and 36th of the season so far. Moves Rayleigh Town up into 6th 3 points behind 5th placed Dagenham & Redbridge.

   Alresford Colne Rangers were celebrating after a 5-0 home win against Benfleet Villa Ladies on Sunday. Tiffany Reeves scoring a brace. There were goals too fro Ellie-May Griggs, Joanne Harvey and Jasmine Warner.

  A good result too for Chelmsford City Ladies Reserves at home on Sunday as they move off the bottom of Essex Women’s Division One with a 5-0 win against Billericay Town Ladies Reserves. Georgia James getting on the scoresheet twice with a goal each for Rosie Coe, Holly Gurnett and Kelsey Honeywood. 

The Round-Up – Essex 25/03/18

The Round-Up

Sunday 25th March

Essex Women’s Premier Division 

Three matches played in the Essex Women’s Premier Division, two of those featuring Chelmsford City Ladies & Frontiers Ladies as the pair met for a double header. Chelmsford City Ladies bringing an end to Frontiers unbeaten record in the league as they won by a single goal in the 1st game scored in the 2nd half by Megan Bliss.

  Honours even in the 2nd game as Chelmsford City collected 4 points from the afternoon closing the gap to Frontiers to just a point in the process in 5th spot in the league both sides scoring in the 1st half, Kay Foy on target for Frontiers, Niki Medici getting the goal for Chelmsford City in a 1-1 draw.

   Points dropped for Frontiers sees them drop to 3rd spot in the Premier Division as Lawford won big away from home to leapfrog them in the table on Sunday. Taking on Beacon Hill Rovers Ladies, Jasmine Cox moving clear as top scorer for Lawford as she netted 5 goals to take her onto 22 from 11 appearances so far this season. There was a goal each for Tyler Christou, Ella Boyden and Keeley Brickwood her 1st goal for Lawford in an 8-1 victory. Jo Smeaton scoring in the 2nd half for Beacon Hill Rovers. Lawford are now 5 points behind leaders Hatfield Peverel Ladies with a game in hand.

Essex Women’s League Cup

Hatfield Peverel Ladies were in action in the quarter finals of the Essex Women’s League Cup this Sunday at home to Harlow Town Ladies Reserves. The hosts finding themselves trailing 2-0 at half-time, shew plenty of grit and determination in the 2nd half to get it back to 2-2 with just a couple of minutes left in the 90. Christa Osman scoring both the goals for Hatfield Peverel from the penalty spot. Having comeback form trailing 2-0 at half-time to force the tie into extra-time Hatfield Peverel then went on to win the tie extra period. Yasmin Cowley scoring early on to make it 3-2 with her 34th goal of the season. Rosie Robinson with her 2nd goal of the season scoring late in extra-time to ensure Hatfield Peverel reached the semi-finals. 

  It will be a while yet before Hatfield Peverel Ladies will know who their semi-final opponents will as Corringham Cosmos the current League Cup holders were only playing their 2nd Round tie this Sunday after numerous delays. At home to fellow Premier Division side Eastern Avenue, the visitors scoring twice with Katie Peers the clubs top scorer with 15 goals getting a brace it wasn’t enough however as a hat-trick from Rebecca Gallagher taking her onto 13 goals for the season was enough to see Corringham Cosmos through to the quarter finals where the will be at home to Hullbridge Sports Ladies. Hatfield Peverel will be at home in the semi-final, a big game whoever they get, likewise in the other semi-final where Lawford Ladies will be at home to Frontiers Ladies.

Essex Women’s Division One

There was also a double header this weekend in Essex Women’s Division One with Southend United Ladies at home taking on Alresford Colne Rangers. A comfortable win for Southend United in the 1st match leading 4-0 at half-time went on to seal a 5-0 win in the 2nd half 5 different goalscorers in the match with Charlotte Anderson, Emily Gowland, Sophie Smith, Emily Pert and Lily-Maree Halliday all getting on the scoresheet. 

  In the 2nd match a much closer game the points were shared both sides scoring a goal in each half to draw 2-2. Morgan Hayes and Sophie Smith getting the goals for Southend United. Jasmine Warner and Lucie Stanbury finding the back of the net for Alresford Colne Rangers. The 4 points earned see Southend United move to the top of Division One a pint ahead of Hullbridge Sports Ladies who saw there game away to Rayleigh Town Ladies postponed this Sunday. 

  In 3rd position in Division One, Brentwood Town Ladies Reserves good form continues as they move to within a point of 2nd placed Hullbridge winning away to Billericay Town Ladies Reserves on Sunday. Carla Rose scoring a brace in the game for Brentwood there were goals too for Emma Mackie, Kirstie Jackson and Joanne Attridge in a 5-1 win. Giulia Francesconi scoring for Billericay.

   Leigh Ramblers make up the top 4 in Division One a tight contest at the top they themselves just 3 points from leaders Southend United after they won well away from home on Sunday against Benfleet Villa Ladies. Katherine Newton, Sasha Vail and Molly Clarke all scoring a brace, one of Clarke’s goals from the penalty spot. Abbi Brown also on target in a 7-0 win.

    Making up the top 5 in Division One Dagenham & Redbridge are just 3 points further back. Also won at the weekend at home to FC Clacton Ladies securing the 3 points with a 5-1 win. 

The Round-Up – Essex 11/03/18

The Round-Up

Sunday 11th March

Essex Women’s Premier Division

Essex suffered the most with the weather this Sunday with the fixture list heavily hit by the recent wet weather seeing several pitches waterlogged with just 4 matches getting played.

  More sad news from Essex too as Hutton Ladies Reserves withdraw from the Essex Women’s Premier Division. Have been struggling for numbers recently and unfortunately has been on the cards for a little while. Wishing everyone involved with the side all the best for the future. The withdrawal seeing so adjustment to the league table.

  Two matches were played in the Premier Division with Chigwell Ladies now bottom of the table heavily beaten away to Chelmsford City Ladies on Sunday. Mia Brisley top scoring in the game getting a hat-trick with both Rosie Coe and Laura Kendle netting a brace each with five more players claiming a goal each, Lisa Overall, Niki Medici, Megan Bliss, Gaby Freedman and Shannon Hughes. 13-0 the final score a big win lifts Chelmsford City back up into 4th in the Premier Division table.

Eastern Avenue in 7th place in the Premier Division were also in action this Sunday at home taking on Harlow Town Ladies Reserves. Teliscia Linton scoring both goals for Eastern Avenue in a 2-0 victory.

Essex Women’s Division One

Two fixtures surviving in Essex Women’s Division One on Sunday. Brentwood Town Ladies Reserves were away to Walden Ladies. Clair Andrews and Jessica Clay both scoring for Walden, it was Brentwood Town who came away with the 3 points, Carla Rose getting on the scoresheet for two goals, with Clarista Wigley and Chloe Wilkinson both on target in a 4-2 win that moves Brentwood Town back above Dagenham & Redbridge Ladies up to 4th in the Division One table.

   Billericay Town Ladies Reserves were at home hosting Benfleet Villa Ladies on Sunday, the visitors off the bottom of the Division One table having been awarded 6 points against Waltham Forest Ladies earlier in the season. Taking on Billericay this Sunday the sides went in level at the break drawing 1-1. Billericay going on to win the match in the 2nd half scoring twice to win 3-1. Lois Curson, Cassandra Piejko and Madeline Reeves with their goals.

The Round-Up – Essex 25/02/18

The Round-Up

Sunday 25th February

Essex Women’s Premier Division

One game in the Essex Women’s Premier Division this Sunday and Corringham Cosmos are look strong as they continue their pursuit of the league leaders moving into 4th place still unbeaten with games in hand on all 3 sides above them. Playing their 9th league match were at home to Runwell Sports Ladies. Leading 3-1 at half-time Corringham Cosmos added another goal 2nd half to win the game 4-1. Chloe Sams getting herself a brace along with a goal each for Rebecca Gallagher and Michelle Sumpter. Frances Murphy scoring in the 30th minute for Runwell Sports Ladies.

Essex Women’s League Cup

Two of the 4 quarter finals from the Essex Women’s League Cup were played this Sunday with Premier Division sides, Frontiers Ladies and Lawford Ladies both scoring 7 goals on their way to booking their places in the semi-finals.

  Frontier Ladies were away to fellow Premier Division side Collier Row Tigers who reached the League Cup final last season. Wasn’t to be this time around as Frontiers recovered from being knocked out of the Essex Women’s Trophy semi-finals with a convincing win to reach the last 4 of the league cup. 4 goals to the good at half-time went on to win the game 7-0. Sharon Ferguson amongst the goals getting 4 more to her tally to take her onto 18 for the season. Jill Bartholomew, Anna Freeman and Kelly Holsworth also finding the back of the net for a goal each.

Premier Division side, Lawford Ladies were at home in the Essex Women’s League Cup quarter finals taking on Division One side, Dagenham & Redbridge Ladies. 3 players claiming a brace for Lawford in the match, Jasmine Cox, Erin Hornby and Sofia Serghiou along with a goal for Ami Warnes as Lawford reached the semi-finals. The final score 7-2.

Essex Women’s Division One

Remains very tight at the top of Essex Women’s Division One with the top three all winning big at the weekend. League leaders, Hullbridge Sports Ladies at home to Billericay Town Ladies Reserves on Sunday. Broghan Kelly the 1st player in the East (I haven’t checked the rest of the UK) to break the 40 goals barrier this season moving on to 41 from 14 appearances as she got a double hat-trick at the weekend. Jennifer Lyttle scoring a brace along with a goal for Kelly Smith as Hullbridge racked up a 9-0 win.

   2nd placed Southend United Ladies level on points with Hullbridge doubled that goals tally at home to FC Clacton Ladies on Sunday as they put 18 goals into the back of their opponents net for their biggest win of the season. Both Lauren Johnson and Emily Pert getting 4 goals a piece. Georgia Raby getting a brace as did Molly Johnson her 1st two goals for the club this season, Emily Gowland on her debut getting a brace also. The other goals were shared out amongst Ria Toovey, Morgan Hayes, Sophie Dell and Emily Seymour the 1st goal for the season for the later pair.

  In 3rd spot Leigh Ramblers Ladies are just 2 points behind the leading pair in Essex Women’s Division One were away to Alresford Colne Rangers on Sunday. Leigh Ramblers top scorer Katherine Newton claiming a hat-trick to move onto 24 goals for the season. Emily Diwell and Rebecca Dalgarno were also on target in a 5-1 win. Joanne Harvey getting the goal for Alresford.

Has been a torrid season so far for Chelmsford City Ladies Reserves falling to the foot of Essex Women’s Division One with just 2 points on the board from their first 11 league matches. Had something to celebrate however at the weekend as they earned a very good point at home to 4th placed Brentwood Town Ladies Reserves on Sunday. Brentwood finding some form of late scoring through Sophie Lovell. A goal for Laura Kendle seeing Chelmsford City draw the game 1-1 their 3rd point of the season taking them off the bottom of the table.

The Round-Up – Essex 18/02/18

The Round-Up

Sunday 18th February

Essex Women’s County Cup

 Semi-finals this Sunday in Essex in both the Women’s County Cup and Trophy competitions. In the County Cup holders C&K Basildon Ladies are as strong as they have ever been leading the FAWPL Southern Division a bye in the quarter finals they began the defence of the County Cup at the semi-final stage at home to Little Thurrock Dynamos Ladies playing 3 league below in the ERWFL Division One South. A big test for Little Thurrock Dynamos an occasion to be enjoyed nevertheless.

Captain Zoe Rushen scoring in the 10th minute to give Basildon the lead, the hosts created further chances didn’t add to their tally a 1-0 advantage at half-time. Therese Addison scoring early in the 2nd half doubled Basildon’s lead before Jay Blackie went on to score a hat-trick. A strong finish to the match seeing Addison and Rushen both score another each with April Bowers also getting on the scoresheet. 9-0 the final score with Blackie adding her 4th of the day in the closing stages.

   C&K Basildon’s opponents in this season’s Essex County Cup final will be Brentwood Town Ladies after they over came fellow ERWFL Premier Division side, Writtle Ladies on penalties after the sides drew 2-2 after extra-time. 1-1 in the regulation 90 minutes a close game all the way, Writtle taking the lead in extra-time Brentwood Town scoring late on to level it up at 2-2 and take the game into penalties. Marie Barker and Jessica Mills with their goals. Goalkeeper Kelly Warner making to saves in the shootout as Brentwood won 4-2 to reach the final of the competition.

  The Essex Women’s County Cup Final to be played at Aveley FC on Thursday March 29th with a 7:45pm kick-off hopefully Women’s Football East will be there.

Essex Women’s Trophy

 

2 goals for Silver End United Ladies, Megan Jiggins

The semi-finals of the Essex Women’s Trophy were also played this Sunday a new look to the competition this season and it was to one of these where I travelled, Conker Park to watch Silver End United Ladies from the ERWFL Division One North take on the Current holders of the Trophy, Frontier Ladies winning the competition in their 1st season. Just a place between them in the women’s football pyramid it looked to be a close game on paper. Silver End started the better of the 2 sides winning a series of corners before Frontiers got into the game themselves. The score 0-0 until late in the 1st half Silver End capitalised on a error from the Frontiers goalkeeper Rebecca Tyson slipping as she went to strike the ball, Megan Jiggins putting the ball into the empty net from outside the area. Late into the 1st half Silver End doubled their lead, Jiggins again getting in front of the keeper from a corner to turn the ball home to make it 2-0.

 Frontiers pushed hard for a goal in the 2nd half eventually getting it back to 2-1 as striker Sharon Ferguson cleverly lobbed goalkeeper Hannah Streetley from distance. Streetley though produced an excellent save to deny Ferguson the equaliser from a corner inside her six yard box. Silver End going on to win the match 2-1 an book their spot in the final.

  Silver End United Ladies will meet Hutton Ladies in the Essex Women’s Trophy final after the ERWFL Division One South side beat Essex Women’s Division One side Rayleigh Town Ladies 6-1 at home to book their final berth on Sunday. Hayley Critchell netting a brace for Hutton along with a goal each for Lucy Blurton, Amy Crumpler, Patrizia Leo and Kaitlin Sugg in a 6-1 win. Megan Harley with the goal for Rayleigh Town.

  The Essex Women’s Trophy Final is scheduled to be played Sunday 8th April a 3pm kick-off at Saffron Walden Town FC.

Essex Women’s Premier Division 

 3 league games played in the Essex Women’s Premier Division this Sunday. 3rd placed Lawford Ladies closing the gap on the top two, Frontiers Ladies and Hatfield Peverel Ladies with a 5-1 away win against Chelmsford City Ladies. Daisy Canny scoring another hat-trick to take her onto 21 for the season. There was also a goal for Jasmine Cox and Tyler Christou against her former club also scored a goal. Georgia Sleep with the goal for Chelmsford City.

   Chigwell Ladies 2nd bottom in the table earned a point at home to Eastern Avenue on Sunday in the Premier Division. The hosts leading 1-0 at half time Eastern Avenue coming into the game 2nd half despite a shortage of players to draw 2-2 with goals from Katie Peers and Teliscia Linton. Victoria Parker and Kimmilee Day from the penalty spot scoring the goals for Chigwell. 

 9th versus 8th in the other Premier Division match played this Sunday with Runwell Sports Ladies hosting Beacon Hill Rovers the scores tied at 1-1 at the break, Rachel Selfe on target for Runwell Sports. Mia Claydon scoring for Beacon Hill Rovers her 1st goal for the club. The game won 10 minutes from time the 3 points going to the hosts as Sophie Olley found the back of the net to score the winner for Runwell Sports who move to within a point of Beacon Hill Rovers.

Essex Women’s Division One

Two matches played in Essex Women’s Division One on Sunday, Southend United Ladies move into 2nd spot in the table level on points with leaders Hullbridge Sports Ladies as they won away to Benfleet Villa Ladies. Georgia Raby netting a brace for the visitors, with Melissa Burton also getting a goal in a 3-0 win all the goals coming in the 2nd half.

   FC Clacton Ladies were at home on Sunday taking on bottom side Chelmsford City Ladies Reserves. A comfortable win for Clacton collecting the 3 points with an 8-2 result lifting them up a place to 9th in the Division One table. Monique Black and Kelsey Honeywood scoring the goals for Chelmsford City.

 

The Round-Up – Essex 11/02/18

The Round-Up

Sunday 11th February

Essex Women’s Premier Division

Weather affected the fixture list across the county leagues in Essex this Sunday with just the 4 matches taking place. The top two Hatfield Peverel Ladies and Frontiers Ladies seeing their games called off in the Essex Women’s Premier Division it was a chance for the chasing sides to try and gain some ground. 3rd placed Lawford Ladies were at home to 7th placed Corringham Cosmos who along with Frontiers are unbeaten in the league with a number of games in hand. The visitors having a narrow lead at half-time 1-0 to the good a tight game between the pair saw the points shared in the finish Corringham scoring another goal, Lawford responded with 2 in the 2nd half Jasmine Cox getting them both. Madison Hubbard and Chloe Sams netting the goals for Corringham who move up 2 placed to 5th in the table. 

Also moving up a place in the Essex Women’s Premier Division after Sunday’s results are Collier Row Tigers moving from 5th into 4th position. Were away taking on Eastern Avenue a comfortable 1st half seeing the visitors leading 3-0 2 more goals were added in the 2nd period 5 different goalscorers in Collier Row Tigers 5-0 win, Laura Bunton with another goal top scorer for the club moving onto 18. There were goals too for Daisy Chapman, Emma Harrison, Rebecca Killington ad Helen Moreira.

   At the other end of the Premier Division table a complete turn around of form for 10th placed Harlow Town Ladies as they won their 2nd successive league match on Sunday their 3 win in a row in total including the cup. At home to Chigwell Ladies the side immediately below them a brace from Tegan Burling along with a goal each for Charlotte Bolton, Mollie Rose and Amber Strows seeing Harlow to a comfortable 5-0 win.

Essex Women’s Division One

All but one game was called off in Essex Women’s Division One on Sunday. Brentwood Town Ladies Reserves were on the road taking on Alresford Colne Rangers a close 1st half saw the sides drawing 0-0, Brentwood getting the better of the 2nd half. Georgia Holdaway scoring a hat-trick. Emma Mackie and Chloe Wilkinson were also both on target in a 5-0 away win the result moving Brentwood up the table from 6th to 4th.

The Round-Up – Essex 04/02/18

The Round-Up

Sunday 4th February

Essex Women’s Premier Division

One game played in the Essex Women’s Premier Division and it was a big result for Harlow Town Ladies Reserves as they win in the league for the 1st time this season to move off the bottom of the table. Away to 5th placed Chelmsford City Ladies drawing 1-1 at half-time Harlow getting the winning goal in the 2nd half to claim all 3 points, Rebecca Pope and Mollie Rose the players getting their goals. Lisa Overall with the 1st half goal for Chelmsford City.

Essex Women’s Division One

 In Essex Women’s Division One with league leaders Hullbridge Sports Ladies involved in the League Cup this Sunday 2nd placed Leigh Ramblers Ladies had the chance to return to the top of the table as they travelled to Brentwood Town Ladies Reserves, the 6th placed side able to name a strong squad this weekend good the right result too winning the contest 4-1 with their goals scored by Sophie Lovell, Emma Mackie, Chloe Wilkinson and Georgia Holdaway.

That defeat for Leigh Ramblers saw 3rd placed Southend United Ladies move to within a point as they won comfortably away from home on Sunday playing Billericay Town Ladies Reserves. 2 goals in each half seeing them to a 4-0 victory, Emily Pert the clubs top scorer moving onto 12 goals for the season with a brace. Sophie Smith and Lily-Maree Halliday also claiming a goal each.

5th placed Rayleigh Town Ladies are rampart in front of goal as for the 2nd successive game they scored 15 times in a match with 14 goals scored in the game before that too! Captain Isabelle Wallings more often than not the top scorer in a game adding another 5 to her tally this Sunday away to FC Clacton Ladies. Holly Gash and Megan Harvey both getting a hat-trick. A brace for Eleasha Reeves along with a goal each for Jorja Killington and Lily Aungier.

Essex Women’s League Cup

4 ties played this Sunday in the Essex Women’s League Cup, holder Corringham Cosmos seeing their away game against fellow Premier Division side Eastern Avenue postponed. Elsewhere the action was from the 2nd Round. Hullbridge Sports Ladies leading Essex Division One were away to fellow league side Alresford Colne Rangers on Sunday. Hullbridge’s Broghan Kelly’s impressive form in front of goal continuing as she netted another hat-trick taking her onto 35 goals from just 13 appearances. Danni Dorrington, Patricia McWeeney and Sophie Fuller all getting a goal each to in a comfortable 6-0 win to put Hullbridge through to the quarter finals.

Premier Division leaders Hatfield Peverel Ladies also have a striker in red hot form as they hosted Division One side Walden Ladies in the 2nd Round of the league Cup on Sunday, Yasmin Cowley with another 1st half hat-trick added added another in the 2nd half to ease Hatfield Peverel into the quarter finals with a 4-1 win. 33 goals from 12 appearances for Cowley now.

  An all Premier Division tie in the 2nd Round of the League Cup saw Runwell Sports Ladies hosting Frontiers Ladies. A closer game this one a goal in each half for Runwell Sports from Danielle Stace and Bobbi Cubberly it was Frontiers who progressed to the quarter finals however winning the tie 3-2 courtesy of a brace from Sharon Ferguson along with a goal from Kelly Holsworth to win 3-2.

  In the final 2nd Round tie played in the League Cup in Essex this weekend their was an upset as Division One side Dagenham & Redbridge Ladies knocked out Premier Division side Beacon Hill Rovers Ladies. The sides drawing 2-2 after 90 minutes the tie heading into extra-time both were on target with another goal 3-3, A brace from Fran Pridie along with a goal for Daisy Theobald for home side Dagenham & Redbridge. Marie Hall, Ella Jones and Abigail Hawkins getting the goals for Beacon Hill Rovers the tie went all the way to penalties. Dagenham & Redbridge winning the shootout 4-3 to progress into the quarter finals.

   The draw for the Essex Women’s League Cup quarter finals is as follows:- 

Hatfield Peverel Ladies v Harlow Town Ladies Reserves

Lawford Ladies v Dagenham & Redbridge Ladies

Eastern Avenue or Corringham Cosmos v Hullbridge Sports Ladies

Collier Row Tigers v Frontiers Ladies

ties scheduled to be played Sunday 25th February

The Round-Up – 21/01/18

The Round-Up

Sunday 21st January

It was another weekend of disruption to the fixture lists across the East with more bad weather seeing a huge chunk of the scheduled games called off, a complete wipe out the the FAWPL in the Southern, South East Division One and FAWPL Cup. A handful of fixtures surviving elsewhere as a wet Saturday was followed by freezing conditions on Sunday morning turning to snow, sleet and rain unpleasant playing conditions for those fixtures that did get played 13 in all so it’s another all inclusive edition of The Round-Up this week.

ERWFL 

Two games managed to beat the weather in the ERWFL this Sunday both in Norfolk. In the ERWFL Premier Division, Acle United Ladies were glad just to be playing again after a 7 week period of inactivity through a combination of postponed cup fixtures and teams then unable to field a side. Playing at The Flegg FDC the all weather pitch playable Acle were hosting bottom side Colney Heath Ladies knowing a win would lift them from 5th into 3rd position in the Premier Division table. The hosts taking an early lead, midfielder Laura Holden making it 1-0 in the 9th minute. Had more chances to extend the lead 1st half Colney Heath keeping them at bay until late on in the 44th minute as top scorer Megan Todd made it 2-0 with her 14th goal of the season. Colney Heath were quick to respond getting a goal in 1st half injury time to head into the dressing room 2-1 down, Nicola Hollick with the goal. More chances in the 2nd half but the goals weren’t breached again Acle claiming the 3 points with a narrow win. A game in hand on both 2nd placed Cambridge City Ladies and leaders Billericay Town Ladies with the points gap 4 and 5 respectfully.

 Cambridge United WFC Reserves travelled to Norfolk on Sunday to take on Wymondham Town Ladies at King’s Head Meadow the home side 3rd place in the table playing just their 8th league game of the season looking to close down the leading pair Ipswich Wanderers Ladies and King’s Lynn Town Ladies. In a rich vein of goal scoring form Wymondham have scored 27 goals in their last 3 league and cup games alone and got off to a blistering start against Cambridge going 3-0 up inside the opening 7 minutes! Kayleigh Holloway setting thing’s rolling with Wymondham’s 1st goal after 4 minutes quickly followed by a goal each for youngsters, Laura Nicholls and Mollie O’Callaghan. Things threatening to get away from Cambridge the visitors galvanised and kept Wymondham from going further in front. 3-0 at half-time it wasn’t until 2 minutes from time before Cambridge conceded again with Nicholls now 1 goal away from taking her tally to 30 so far for the season making it 4-0. The win moves Wymondham to within a point of 2nd placed Ipswich Wanderers who have played 6 games more.

Norfolk

A piece of sad news to bring you from Norfolk before we get into the weekends match action. Aylsham Ladies have withdrawn from the league having struggled to field a side this season. A real shame such a prominent member of women’s football in Norfolk in recent season’s certainly in the short history of the SWF Blog and Women’s Football East have some fond memories their 4-3 against Bungay Town Ladies a thrill to watch. Division One Champions too, a County Cup Final appearance aswell as winning the League Cup with 2 last gasp goals. Wishing everyone involved with the club all the best for the future and hopefully one day we will see Aylsham back in the NWGFL.

Aylsham Ladies winning the League Cup in 2016

   The withdrawal of Aylsham from the league sees their results expunged from Norfolk Women’s Division One meaning a change at the top with Bungay Town Ladies taking over from Sprowston Ladies who drop to 3rd place in the table. The two sides scheduled to meet in the league this Sunday the pitch at Malting’s Meadow in Bungay passing a late inspection. Bungay Town Ladies are in great form their only loss in the league coming back at the start of October visitors Sprowston are themselves unbeaten in the league going into the match. Emily Leach putting Bungay into the lead in the 1st half Sprowston drew level from the penalty spot. Bungay went on to retake the lead a goal from Selina Rowland putting them 2-1 up at half-time. The home side further extending their lead in the 2nd half with Nicola Hazell scoring along with Leach getting her 2nd to make it 4-1. Sprowston struck late on to reduce the deficit losing for the 1st time this season in the league 4-2 the 3 points taking Bungay 5 points clear at the top of the Division One table.

One game played in Division Two this Sunday with leaders FC Sprowston Ladies extending their lead at the top of the table to 6 points. Awarded an away win from a game in December came into the match at home to 2nd bottom Toftwood United Ladies looking to extend their 100% to 9 matches. Scoring plenty of goals in the process too, Charlie Head recently signed scoring 5 goals in the match, elsewhere the goals were spread out amongst Katie Fray, Tammy Graves, Rebecca Kirby, Nicole Read and Rosie Wickenden in an 11-0 win.

Cambridgeshire 

One game played in the Cambridgeshire Women’s Premiership this Sunday and that was where Women’s Football East headed knowing the all weather pitch at The Ridgeon’s Stadium in Newmarket might hold up better than others. Passed inspection it was nevertheless a horrid and bitterly cold day with Newmarket Town Ladies 3rd in the table taking on 4th placed Cambridge City Ladies Development. Newmarket started the better of the 2 sides pressing Cambridge for the ball pushing forwards opened the scoring inside the opening 10 minutes Antonia Smith on hand inside the box to put the ball into the bottom corner of the net. Abbi Griffin just 18 years old making her 50th appearance for Newmarket this Sunday celebrated with a goal to make it 2-0. Jordanne Sillitoe making the lead 3-0 at half-time.

   Into the 2nd half and Newmarket extended their lead going 4-0 with Jess Linger putting home a free-kick from outside the box. Cambridge were better 2nd half getting the ball higher up the pitch and a headed goal from Rachel Littlewood pulled it back to 4-1. The win lifting Newmarket above St Ives Town Ladies into 2nd spot in the table with games in hand on leaders Netherton United Ladies. 

Elsewhere in Cambridgeshire it was the beginning of their County Cup competition the Women’s Invitation Cup. 2 ties beating the weather, ERWFL Premier Division side playing on 3G hosting Cambridgeshire Women’s Premiership side ICA Sports Ladies. It was the lower league side who struck 1st blood Lorna Hart putting ICA Sports 1-0 up before Cambridge City went on to equalise and go on to win the game 5-1. Bella Simmons netting 4 goals in the match with 16 year old Anna Kanz scoring her 1st goal for the senior team.

Cambridgeshire Women’s Premiership side St Ives Town Ladies were at home in the Invitation Cup taking on Championship South side, Cambridge Rangers Women. Goals from Stephanie Ransome, Hannah Seymour-Shove, Amy Seymour-Shove and Georgia Stancombe seeing St Ives Town progress with a 4-1 win.

Essex

In Essex it was quarter finals weekend in the Women’s County Cup 3 games to be played with holders C&K Basildon Ladies receiving a home walkover following the folding of Colchester Town Ladies. Little Thurrock Dynamos Ladies game at home to Corringham Cosmos was postponed. That left 2 quarter finals to be played in less than pleasant conditions. 

    Harlow Town Ladies from ERWFL Division One South were taking on Premier Division side Writtle Ladies at the Harlow Arena. A goal in each half from Hannah Mold and Sophie Vale seeing Writtle through to the semi-finals.

2-0 was also the winning margin in the other Essex Women’s County Cup semi-final an all ERWFL Premier Division clash this one with two in form and local rivals locking horns once again, Billericay Town Ladies hosting Brentwood Town Ladies. A brace from Georgia Holdaway seeing the visitors progress the the semi-finals Brentwood with the 2-0 win.

Was also quarter finals weekend in the Essex Women’s Trophy competition however just 1 of the 4 ties beat the weather with Premier Division side Collier Row Tigers at home to ERWFL Division One South side, Hutton Ladies. The higher league side progressing to the semi-finals with a narrow 2-1 win goals from Hayley Critchell and Rianne Dimmock enough to see Hutton through despite Laura Bunton scoring for Collier Row Tigers.

  There was also some league action in Essex albeit restricted due to the weather in the Essex Women’s Premier Division, Lawford Ladies move back into 3rd position in the table with a 5-0 win at home to Eastern Avenue on Sunday. Jasmine Cox scoring twice with a goal each for Daisy Canny, Tyler Christou and Claire Gauntlett.

One game also on in Essex Women’s Division One and a big win away from home for Hullbridge Sports Ladies sees them return back to the top of the table with their 10th straight league win. Taking on FC Clacton Ladies, top scorers Broghan Kelly added another 5 goals to her season’s tally with a brace each for Patricia McWeeney and Christina Fragnito. With Sophie Fraser, Karley Hunt and Julia Setford all getting a goal each in a 12-1 win.

Beds & Herts

Just the one game to bring you from Beds & Herts in Division One 2nd placed Northwood Ladies moving to within 2 points of leaders St Albans Ladies with a big home win over bottom club Watton Ladies on Sunday. 3 players scoring a brace for Northwood Leanne Jones, Scarlett Keightley and Francesca Webster, there were goals to for Zamina Rehemtulla, Aliyah Ahmed and Emma Steele in a 9-0 win.