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The Round-Up – Essex 08/03/20

The Round-Up

Sunday 8th March

Essex Women’s Premier Division

A handful of matches played in Essex this weekend, just 4 taking place spread across 4 different competitions.

 One game played in the Essex Women’s Premier Division featuring the top two with unbeaten league leaders Collier Row Tigers hosting Silver End United Ladies both clear of the sides below. Collier Row coming into the game off the back of a 25-0 mauling of Chelmsford City Ladies Reserves in the League Cup last weekend found it alot harder to break down a stubborn Silver End United defence this Sunday got the win in the finish though an own goal seeing them win 1-0 to move 6 points clear at the top.

Essex Women’s League Cup

 One outstanding tie to be played in this season’s Essex Women’s League Cup an all Division One clash between Hutton Ladies Reserves and Tigers Ladies. The game switched to Tigers ground with Hutton’s waterlogged. Ellie Wallace with her 10th goal of the season firing Tigers into a 9th minute lead. Leigh Gell with her first goal for the side doubling Tigers advance 9 minutes later. 2-0 up at the break, Poppy Le-Beau came off the bench to make her first appearance for Tigers to score on her debut with 18 minutes left to send Tigers into the last 8 of the competition.

 The 2nd/Quarter Final games being played this coming Sunday 15th a 1:30pm KO the draw as follows:-

Collier Row Tigers v Billericay Town Ladies Development

Frontiers Ladies v Southend United Ladies

Chelmsford City Ladies v Silver End United Ladies

Runwell Sports Ladies v Tigers Ladies

Essex Women’s Division One

  Leaders Corringham Cosmos Ladies were away to Aveley Ladies this Sunday in Division One, the pair the early pacesetters, Corringham have dropped just 2 points so far this season, Aveley in a false position having struggled for points in recent games falling to 6th in the table. Corringham with Michelle Sumpter leading the attack opening the scoring at the weekend with her 23rd goal of the season midway through the 1st half, Rebecca Corcoran hitting a 1st half brace too to see Corringham come away with the 3 points winning 3-1, Bethany Murray scoring for Aveley.

Tiptree & District Cup

  A game played too this Sunday in the Tiptree & District Cup, Rayleigh Town Ladies at home to Frontiers Ladies. Rayleigh coming out on top at in the all Premier Division cash to advance with a 2-1 victory the win secured thanks to goals from Eleasha Reeves and Nancy Craven both on the scoresheet for the first time this season. Kelly Holdsworth getting the goal for Frontiers.

The Round-Up – Essex 14/04/19

The Round-Up

Sunday 14th April

Essex Women’s League Cup

  This season’s Essex Women’s Women’s League Cup Final will see Leigh Ramblers Ladies taking on Harlow Town Ladies Development for the trophy, two young upcoming sides both doing well in the Premier Division this season. Leigh Ramblers Ladies challenging for the title itself now into the final after overcoming fellow Premier Division side Southend United Ladies in the last 4 this weekend. A challenging draw to get t the final for Leigh Ramblers taking on sides 1st. 3rd, 5th and now 6th in the Premier Division. Kate Newton, top scorer for Leigh Ramblers this season netting a brace to see them win the game 2-0 taking her to 32 goals for the season. The League Cup Final taking place on Sunday 19th may at Runwell Sports FC.

Essex Women’s Division One

 4 games played in Essex Women’s Division One this Sunday and Dagenham & Redbridge Ladies hold onto top spot for another week at least as 2nd placed Billericay Town Ladies were beaten at home to 3rd placed Hutton Ladies Reserves on Sunday. A goal form Emily Wilton along with a 10th goal of the season for Baylie Kingsnorth enough to clinch the 3 points for the visitors winning the match 2-1 with Hollie Dimambro Bovington getting the goal for Billericay. The 3 points ensuring Hutton will continue to pressure runners-up spot right until the final day with 3 games left to play.

 The other side that can chase down league leaders Dagenham & Redbridge Ladies are Rayleigh Town Ladies up to 4th now with 6 games still to play are 15 points back from top spot likely t be awarded several points due to opposition due to games called off are scoring plenty of goals this season. Notably Isabelle Wallings, scoring 4 at the weekend as they took on Chelmsford City Ladies Reserves at home those goals pushing Wallings onto an incredible 50 goals for the season. Wasn’t the top scorer in the game however with Eleasha Reeves on target for 5 goals to take her own tally to 23 for the campaign. Also moving onto 23 goals for the season is Holly Gash with a goal plus 2 for Kristina Stavrinou her first goals for Rayleigh Town who ran out 12-0 winners. A big game to come with Rayleigh at home to Billericay Town Ladies Reserves in a fortnights time.

 Belhus Ladies climb back up to 7th spot in the Essex Women’s Division One table winning at home to bottom side Island Ladies this Sunday. Goals from Aimee Hunt, Hayley Freeman and a first goal of the season for Paige Pervaill seeing them to a 3-1 win. Ebonnie Williams getting on the scoresheet for Island.

  The points shared in the final match to bring you from Division One this Sunday with Leigh Ramblers Ladies Reserves holding 5th placed FC Clacton Ladies to a 2-2 draw at home at the weekend. Clacton leading 1-0 at half-time Leigh Ramblers scoring twice in the 2nd half as they battled back to get a point. Stacy Bott from the penalty spot and Emily Hamlin scoring for Leigh Ramblers. Charlotte Warren scoring for Clacton her 13th strike of the season with Lucy-May Cushway also getting a goal her first for Clacton in just her 3rd appearance.

Tiptree &District Charity Cup

Chelmsford City Ladies were at home to Frontiers Ladies in the semi-final of the Tiptree & District Charity Cup this Sunday. Two early goals for the visitors doing the damage seeing Frontiers reach the final. Anna Freeman and Jill Bartholomew with the goals to secure a 2-0 victory.

The Round-Up – Essex 07/05/17

The Round-Up

Essex – Sunday 7th May

A late edition of the Essex Round-Up this week, with a Cup Final being played on Wednesday evening I thought it’s be worth the delay.

Essex Women’s League Cup

  Two Cup Finals to bring you in fact in this edition of The Round-Up as on Sunday it was the Essex Women’s League Cup Final played at Runwell Sports FC, this year new side Corringham Cosmos having already won promotion from Division One were taking on Premier Division side Collier Row Tigers. Corringham Cosmos matching Harlow Town Ladies achievement from last season winning the League Cup in their 1st season after joining the Essex Women’s Football League. Madison Hubbard scoring a brace in the final for Corringham with goals each for Rachel Fleming, Rebecca Gallagher and Bebe Ray in a 5-2 victory to lift the trophy.

Congratulations to Corringham Cosmos on their League Cup win and a terrific 1st season.

Essex Women’s Premier Division

In the Essex Women’s Premier Division 2nd placed Lawford Ladies were hosting Eastern Avenue Ladies in 6th place going into the game. The visitors were awarded a penalty either side of half-time Tayla Hudson stepping up to put both into the back of the net, with Mollie Rose adding a 3rd goal to see the 3 points secured for Eastern Avenue move above Collier Row Tigers 3 games left to play will be aiming to close down the 4 point gap to Runwell Sports Ladies in 4th who have finished their fixtures.

A double header between Chigwell Ladies and bottom side Walden Ladies on Sunday with Walden getting 2 positive results to move themselves off the bottom at the expense of Alresford Colne Rangers. Winning one game 3-1 and drawing the other 3-3 to pick up 4 valuable points.

Tiptree & District Women’s Charity Cup

  Onto the 2nd Cup Final of this edition of the Round-Up this Wednesday night Harlow Town Ladies already crowned Premier Division Champions were looking to make it a league and cup double and successfully defend the Tiptree & District Women’s Charity Cup taking on their closest rivals in the league Lawford Ladies. 

  Proved to be a very close contest 2 with 9 goals scored in the game a cracking encounter by all accounts Lawford scoring 4 goals, Harlow Town Ladies edged the result 5-4 to retain the cup. Taylor O’Leary scoring a hat-trick with a goal each for Dempsey Favell and Nicole Learner. That’s 6 trophies now for Harlow Town Ladies in 2 seasons leaving the Essex Women’s County Leagues behind with a 100% winning record.

(photo credit Harlow Town Ladies)

Congratulations to Harlow Town Ladies on winning the Tiptree & District Women’s Charity Cup and their league and cup double.

The Round-Up – Essex 16/04/17

The Round-Up

Essex – Sunday 16th April

Essex Women’s Premier Division

Like the other county leagues across the East there was a limited fixture list in Essex this Easter Sunday. In the Essex Women’s Premier Division there were 2 matches played. 3rd placed Chelmsford City Ladies were away to bottom side Walden Ladies, despite conceding twice the visitors won the games 4-2 with Tyler Christou hitting a brace along with a goal a piece for Mia Brisley and Shannon Hughes. The win moving Chelmsford City level on points with 2nd placed Lawford Ladies.

7th placed Beacon Hill Rovers Ladies were at home on Sunday taking on Chigwell Ladies a place below. 2 goals for Jo Smeaton plus a goal each for Grace Leavett and Rosie Vina seeing the take all 3 points with a 4-1 win.

Tiptree & District Women’s Charity Cup

Having missed out on a place in the League Cup Final last weekend, Lawford Ladies were aiming to reach the final of the Tiptree & District Women’s Charity Cup where their opponents would be Harlow Town Ladies the cup holders. In their way were Essex Division One side Frontiers Ladies, Essex Women’s Trophy winners unbeaten in the league, the visitors scored 3 goals with Jill Bartholomew, Sharon Ferguson and Shannon Hardinges all on target, Lawford however responded with double the goals to win the game 6-3 to book their spot in the final, date and venue to be announced.

The Round-Up – Essex 09/04/17

The Round-Up

Essex – Sunday 9th April

Essex Women’s Premier Division

Just the one match played in the Essex Women’s Division this Sunday a game between 3rd and 4th with Chelmsford City Ladies travelling to play Runwell Sports Ladies both level on 31 points going into the game, Runwell Sports scoring twice through, Sophie Olley and Danielle Stace. Not enough to collect any points however as Chelmsford City found the back of their opponents net for 3 goals to win the match move 3 points clear in 3rd position their goals scored by Angela Holden, Shannon Hughes and Tyler Christou.

Essex Women’s League Cup

 Semi-finals day in the Essex Women’s League Cup this Sunday. An all Premier Division tie as Lawford Ladies 2nd in the league hosted 5th placed Collier Row Tigers. In the end it was the visitors who ran out 4-2 winners to reach the Final scheduled for Sunday 7th May.

Collier Row Tigers will face Corringham Cosmos in the League Cup Final after the Essex Women’s Division One leaders beat Premier Division side Chigwell Ladies 4-1 away from home to book their place in their 1st ever final in women’s football having joined the league this season. A hat-trick from Chloe Sams along with a goal for Rebecca Gallagher seeing them to victory.

Essex Women’s Division One

In Essex Women’s Division One, Frontiers Ladies and Corringham Cosmos both new to the league have been slugging it out at the top all season. Whilst Corringham were booking their place in the League Cup Final, Frontiers were away to 4th placed Hatfield Peveral Ladies this Sunday looking to make it 13 straight league wins to move back level on points with the leaders won the match 6-0 to collect another 3 points, Sharon Ferguson netting a brace in the game with goals each for Jill Bartholomew, Kay Foy, Emma Best and Shannon Hardinges.

A loss for Hatfield Peveral Ladies benefiting Harlow Town Ladies Reserves as they edged a 7 goal thriller at home to 6th placed FC Clacton Ladies winning 4-3 to win and collect the 3 points that move them up into 4th position a point behind 3rd placed Collier Row Athletic both having played 16 games. 

Tiptree & District Women’s Charity Cup

A 4-1 home win in the semi-finals of the Tiptree & District Women’s Charity Cup against Beacon Hill Rovers Ladies sees Harlow Town Ladies defending the trophy through to the final for a successive season a league and cup double still on the cards. A intriguing final in prospect too with Lawford Ladies at home against Frontiers Ladies unbeaten in Division One in the other semi-final scheduled to be played this weekend. 

The Round-Up – Essex 02/04/17

The Round-Up

Essex – Sunday 2nd April

Essex Women’s Premier Division

Formed last season Harlow Town Ladies were an unstoppable force in Essex Women’s Division One last season storming to the title with a 100% winning record. Promoted to the Essex Women’s Premier Division their form has been no less irresistible as they continued their 100% league winning record to clinch their 2nd successive title winning the league with 4 games to spare. Not a trace of nerves either as they took on 4th placed Runwell Sports Ladies away from home wracking up a double figure score line winning 10-0. Will no doubt be looking to reach the end of the season with that 100% record in tack. Congratulations to Harlow Town Ladies a fantastic achievement. 

  Lawford Ladies had been at the top of the Premier Division for much of the early season eventually overtaken by Harlow Town Ladies they are nevertheless enjoying a strong season moved 6 points clear in 2nd place at the weekend winning away from home against 7th placed Beacon Hill Rovers Ladies collecting the 3 points courtesy of a 6-2 victory their 12th in the league this season and look in good shape to clinch the runners-up spot with 6 games left to play.

 6th placed Eastern Avenue were away to Chigwell Ladies this Sunday a win would have take them up above Collier Row Tigers into 5th place instead it was the hosts who moved up a place into 8th in the Premier Division table as Chigwell edged the win 3-2 to collect the 3 points.

At the bottom of the Premier Division table it was a six pointer between bottom side Walden Ladies hosted Alresford Colne Rangers immediately above them 2 points the gap between the sides so it remained after the 90 minutes as the pair drew the game 2-2. 

Essex Women’s Division One

Corringham Cosmos had been leading Essex Women’s Division One right up until last Sunday when not in action they were overtaken by Frontiers Ladies who took over at the top on goal difference. Corringham well an truly wiped that goal difference out at the weekend winning heavily at home to return 3 points clear at the top, hosting 2nd bottom side Benfleet Villa Ladies piled on the goals winning 20-1.

Collier Row Athletic move 3 points clear in 3rd place in the Division One table winning at home against Chelmsford City Ladies on Sunday despite goals for Emily Kendle and Megan Hunter for the visitors Collier Row Athletic won the 3 points scoring 4 goals on their way to victory.

  A heavy defeat away from home for Benfleet Villa Ladies presented a chance for Waltham Forest Ladies to do something they’ve never done yet move off the bottom of the Division One table were in buoyant mood following there 1st ever point then league win to move onto 4 points even got a new twitter account, follow them at @WFL_FC were on their travels this weekend playing Wickford Town Ladies Reserves just 2 points ahead of them in 9th. Despite scoring twice however Waltham Forest remain bottom of the table as Wickford Town won the game 4-2, Autumn Ranger scoring twice in the game with a goal each for Gemma Graham and Grace Francis.

Tiptree & District Women’s Charity Cup

 Chelmsford City Ladies 3rd in the Essex Women’s Premier Division were playing Division One leaders Frontiers Ladies in the quarter finals of the Tiptree & District Women’s Charity Cup this Sunday. Frontiers had the bare 11 available for the game and found themselves trailing 1-0 after 15 minutes Lisa Overall scoring for Chelmsford City, held the narrow lead going into the half-time break. 2nd half Frontiers rallied chances created however Chelmsford wren’t giving up the lead easily. Into the 84th minute and Frontiers drew the scores level Kay Foy sending the ball into the back of the net, the 90 minutes up the game headed into extra-time. Frontiers winning a corner in the 98th minute the ball played to the far post was put over the goal line by Jill Bartholomew to see Frontiers take the lead holding onto the advantage to make it into the last 4 of the competition where they will be away to Lawford Ladies. Harlow Town Ladies play Beacon Hill Rovers Ladies at home in the other semi-final.

The Round-Up – Essex 12/02/17

The Round-Up

Essex – Sunday 12th February

Essex Women’s Premier Division

The fixture list in Essex was hit heavily by the weather this weekend with just 3 games surviving on Sunday. At the Harlow Arena, Premier Division leaders Harlow Town Ladies were looking for their 13th straight  league win to take them 9 points clear at the top of the table as they hosted Alresford Colne Rangers. Harlow Town Ladies made it 13 from 13 in the league with an 8-1 victory, looking strong as the club bids for a 2nd successive league title.

 It was 5th versus 6th in the other game in the Essex Women’s Premier Division this weekend with Runwell Sports Ladies at home to Beacon Hill Rovers Ladies. A 7 goal thriller between the 2 sides and despite a Jo Smeaton hat-trick, Beacon Hill Rovers Ladies left empty handed as Runwell Sports Ladies ran out 4-3 winners with Danielle Stace netting a brace along with a goal each for Sophie Olley and Danni Dorrington. The win lifting Runwell Sports up a place above Eastern Avenue and level on points with 3rd placed Lawford Ladies.

Tiptree & District Charity Cup

After 2 defeats on the County Cup and league respectfully Lawford Ladies were glad to get back to winning ways at the weekend as they reached the semi-finals of the Tiptree & District Women’s Charity Cup on Sunday. Were on home turf taking on fellow Premier Division side Wickford Town Ladies. 5-1 the final score. Beacon Hill Rovers Ladies have a bye to the semi-finals with Walden Ladies due to play Harlow Ladies for a place in the semi-finals. Chelmsford City Ladies & Frontiers Ladies saw their quarter-final postponed this weekend.