The Round-Up – Essex 24/09/17

The Round-Up

Sunday 24th September

Essex Women’s County Cup

3 more games from the 1st Round of the Essex Women’s County Cup settled this Sunday. 4 goals from Chloe Sams plus one for Rebecca Gallagher saw Premier Division side Corringham Cosmos over come Division One newcomers Rayleigh Town Ladies to progress through to the 2nd Round of the competition. 

Frontiers Ladies required extra-time to progress through to the 2nd Round drawn away to fellow Premier Division side Chigwell Ladies in the 1st Round. Frontiers leading 2-1 at half-time Chigwell found an equaliser in the 2nd half to force the game into the extra half-hour. Frontiers then going on to score twice more to win 4-2 their goalscorers, Kay Foy and Freya Liiv with Adele Hughes scoring twice. Victoria Parker scoring both the goals for Chigwell.

 It was an all ERWFL Division One clash in the 1st Round with North side Silver End United Ladies hosting South side Harlow Town Ladies. A brace for Davina Smith along with goals for Abbey Dell, Lucy Sende and Paige Horwood sending Harlow Town through to the 2nd Round win a 5-1 win.

Six ties to be contested in the County Cup 2nd Round scheduled to be played Sunday 15th October and are listed below; – 

Hutton Ladies v Little Thurrock Dynamos Ladies

Chelmsford City Ladies Reserves v Dagenham & Redbridge Ladies

Corringham Cosmos v Waltham Forest Ladies

Harlow Town Ladies v Harlow Town Ladies Reserves

Lawford Ladies v Hullbridge Sports Ladies

Chelmsford City Ladies v Frontiers Ladies

Essex Women’s Premier Division

Not much action in the Essex Women’s Premier Division yet with only half the sides playing 2 games so far, Corringham Cosmos and Lawford Ladies not of the mark yet in the league. Eastern Avenue were starting their league campaign at home this Sunday taking on Chelmsford City Ladies who had won their opening league game of the season. A close game a single goal winning the match was scored by Eastern Avenue’s Katie Peers with 20 minutes left to see them win their 1st league game.

  Also starting their league campaign were Collier Row Tigers away to newly promoted Harlow Town Ladies Reserves. The visitors moving straight into 2nd position with a comfortable 5-0 win a hat-trick for Laura Bunton along with a goal each for Daisy Chapman and Helen Moriera.

Hutton Ladies Reserves were another side starting their league season on Sunday at home to Runwell Sports Ladies who had lost their opening match of the season. A close 1st half Runwell Sports led Hutton 2-1, Rachel Selfe and Samantha Delves with their goals. Delves added her 2nd goal 5 minutes into the 2nd half. Frances Murphy making it 4-1 Gemma Vine making the final score 5-1 in the last 10 minutes.

Essex Women’s Division One

5 games played in Essex Women’s Division One this Sunday, Hullbridge Sports hitting double figures away from home against Benfleet Villa Ladies to make it 2 wins from 2 at the top of the league. Broghan Kelly scoring 4 goals in the match, Jennifer Lyttle getting a hat-trick. Megan Murray scored a brace for Hullbridge and their were goals each for Danni Dorrington and Patricia McWeeney in an 11-0 win.

Leigh Ramblers Ladies are up to 2nd spot in Division One after beating Dagenham & Redbridge Ladies away from home on Sunday. Te score level at 1-1 at half-time Leigh Ramblers went to to score 3 goals in the 2nd half to win 4-1. Madeleine Archer scoring twice with a goal a piece for Emily Diwell and Katherine Newton. Pauline Adeyemo scoring in the 1st half for Dagenham & Redbridge.

Alresford Colne Rangers relegated from the Premier Division last season began their league campaign with a good win away to Billericay Ladies Reserves on Sunday. Joanna Harvey netting a hat-trick the other 4 goals were shared amongst, Vicki Hall, Claire Rouse, Cassandra Villa and Jasmine Warner, the win putting Alresford straight into 4th position in the Division One table. 

Brentwood Town Ladies Reserves won their 1st game of the season on Sunday beating FC Clacton Ladies away from home this Sunday. Chloe Williamson scoring a hat-trick with Emma Hooke also on target with a goal in a 4-2 victory.

Also getting their league season off to a winning start are Walden Ladies also relegated from the Premier Division after last season at home to Chelmsford City Ladies Reserves a hat-trick for Kim Jeffery and a goal for Samantha Sunday starting them off with 3 points.