The Round-Up – Essex 26/03/17

The Round-Up

Essex – Sunday 26th March

Essex Women’s Premier Division

 Harlow Town Ladies are very close now to claiming their 2nd successive league title as they continued their 100% winning record at the top of the Essex Women’s Premier Division. 17 straight wins this season now the latest at home to 4th placed Chelmsford City Ladies although they were pushed all the way in a 7 goal thriller, goals from Lisa Overall, Shannon Hughes and Tyler Christou weren’t enough for Chelmsford City to take anything away from the match Harlow Town winning 4-3 to move onto 51 points. 2nd placed Lawford Ladies are 1 points back with 2 games in hand could reach 55 points winning their remaining games with 3 points to be added to their total having been awarded a win another victory will be enough for Harlow Town Ladies to be crowned Champions. They will certainly be aiming to keep their 100% record in tact for the whole season.

 Lawford Ladies 2nd in the Premier Division were away to 3rd placed Runwell Sports Ladies this Sunday picked up the 3 points winning the game 3-1 to move 3 points clear of Runwell Sports who scored through Samantha Delves and Chelmsford City Ladies in 4th, have 3 games in hand on both sides.

Collier Row Tigers move back above Eastern Avenue who weren’t in action at the weekend into 5th place in the Premier Division table winning 5-2 at home against 7th placed Beacon Hill Rovers Ladies. Jo Smeaton with both the visitors goals.

 A 2nd successive win at home in the league sees Hutton Ladies reserves climb out of the Premier Division’s bottom two places into 10th leapfrogging Alresford Colne Rangers who they were playing winning the game 4-1 to boost their chances of avoiding the drop having been in the bottom 2 places up until Sunday’s result.

Essex Women’s Division One

In Essex Women’s Division One their was just the one league game played at the weekend a big win away from home for 2nd placed, Frontiers Ladies against 2nd bottom side Benfleet Villa Ladies. Both Sharon Ferguson and Kay Foy scoring 7 goals each in the match. Jill Bartholomew also netting a brace with a goal each for Claire Davidson and Freya Liiv to see Frontiers win 18-0 the huge score seeing them go top of the table over Corringham Cosmos as they overhaul them on goal difference with 12 wins from 12 in the league plus a game in hand.