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Essex & Suffolk Border League Round Up   08-11-15

 

Premier Division

 

Barnston AFC gave themselves a lift as they won 2-1 at Earls Colne, and Alresford Colne rangers also won on the road after defeating Lawford Lads.

 

Division One

 

University of Essex Reserves strengthened their grip on the top as they beat Hedinghams United 4-1, and Gas Recreation Reserves stay in contention as they won 1-0 at Harwich & Parkeston.  West Bergholt Reserves won 3-1 at Elmden Rovers (Clacton), and Bradfield Rovers defeated Barnston AFC Reserves 1-0.

 

Division Two

 

Kelvedon Social closed the gap at the top with a 2-0 win at Tiptree Perrywood, and Weeley Athletic defeated Earls Colne Reserves 9-1.  Team Brantham fell to a 3-2 defeat at home to Horkesley, and Tiptree Jobserve Reserves won 4-2 at Hatfield Peverel Reserves.  Dedham Old Boys Reserves had a solid 3-0 win over Gosfield United Reserves, and Lawford Lads Reserves had a 3-2 win at Great Bentley Reserves. 

 

Border League Knock Out Cup

 

West Bergholt exited the cup at the hands of Wormingford Wanders losing 2-1, and Gas Recreation held Little Oakley to a 1-1 before losing to the visitors 3-4 on penalties.  Cinque Port went to FC Clacton Reserves and won 4-2, and Gosfield United defeated Tollesbury 1-0.  Coggeshall Town and Hatfield Peverel needed the dreaded penalties after finishing 1-1, and it was Coggeshall Town who won through 5-3, and Holland FC brushed White Notley aside 5-1.  Tiptree Jobserve had a home win against Dedham Old Boys 2-0, and University shared the goals around as Dan Power, Pat Robertson, Gary Percy, Ali Awil, Liam Whittaker and Adegbile scoring in their 6-0 rout of Boxted Lodgers.

 

Reserves Knock Out Cup

 

Boxted Lodgers Reserves couldn't put Mersea Island Reserves away in normal time and extra failed to produce a winner, so it was down to penalties which Boxted won 4-2.  Little Oakley Reserves had a ding dong match with Holland FC Reserves, but in extra time Holland edged it 4-3, whilst Alresford Colne Rangers Reserves swept Bradfield Rovers Reserves aside 11-2.

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