SUNDAY LEAGUE FOOTBALL: Bucks beat Frenford at the top (From East London and West Essex Guardian Series)
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Buckhurst Hill beat Frenford Senior 3-2 in Essex Olympian League Premier Division top of the table clash
3:42pm Monday 9th December 2013 in Football
Buckhurst Hill gained all three points after they won their top of the table encounter at Frenford Senior 3-2.
George Bislan-Hall scored twice with Chris Stowe grabbing the other. Jon Wightman scored one of Frenford’s goals, with an own goal being the other source.
The win keeps Buckhurst Hill top of the Premier Division but they have opened up a four-point lead over second placed Southminster St Leonards who lost at Wadham Lodge.
A single goal was needed to win that game and Leon Wilson provided it for Wadham Lodge.
Bishops Stortford Swifts move up to third after Gavin Cockman grabbed both the goals in a 2-0 win at Newbury Forest. Lewis Manor scored twice for Rayleigh Town in a 2-1 win over Harold Wood Athletic.
Teddy Watson, Gavin Toussaint and Stuart Houghton all got on the score sheet for Manford Way as they won 3-1 at Hannakins Farm.
Nick Carpenter scored Hannakins Farm’s lone reply.
In an important game at the bottom May & Baker beat White Ensign 3-0 thanks to goals from Danny Gillard, Ben Turner and Joe Turner.
Harold Hill remain even further adrift after Chris Neville and Bill Munroe scored for Kelvedon Hatch on route to a 2-0 away victory.
Springfield and Westhamians shared the points in a 3-3 draw.
Steve Wareham scored two headers for Springfield, with Andy Elgar also scoring. But Danny Downer scores twice for Westhamians and Regan Pezel also hit the target.
The point knocks Springfield off the top position and they now sit in second place. Westhamians move up to fourth.
Ongar Town led the division on goal difference after they were held to a 2-2 home draw by Basildon Town.
Ben Polley scored twice to take his tally for the season to 18 but Reece Conway and Jack Main replied for Basildon Town.
Runwell Hospital gained maximum points at Debden Sports as Darren Ellis, James Morkunas and Lucas Winzar were on hand to score the goals in a 3-1 win.
Debden Sports, who had a player sent off, scored via Matthew Dodd.
Shenfield AFC are four points off the top two after they posted another win with a 4-2 victory over Ryan.
Terry Baukham, Ben Absalon, Sam Bubb and Josh Sumner were the Shenfield marksmen.
Alex Nelson and Bradley O’Donovan got the Ryan goals but the defeat leaves them at the bottom.
The top of the table clash between Rochford Town and Snaresbrook was a real humdinger as Rochford were able to overcome a 3-0 deficit in the first ten minutes to run out 7-6 winners.
Daniel Barrington claimed a hat-trick, Ryan Lancaster scored twice while Jamie Salmon and Dean Haggar grabbed a goal apiece.
Matt Shrubsole (2), Daniel Tesfay, Jack Sim, Harry Brown and Steven McCormack put their names down on the Snaresbrook score sheet and remain top despite the defeat.
However Rochford are only three points behind and also have three games in hand.
Adam Adewole also notched a goal for Leytonstone United but the bottom club were ruthlessly ripped apart by Steve Paoletti as he went on to score four times.
Anthony Driscoll, Tony Hollis and Nick Arnold also get amongst the goals in a 7-1 victory for Ramsden Scotia.
Audre Spencer also showed some sharp shooting as he scored all of Sungate’s goals in a 3-2 home win over Epping.
Jack Clarke and Grant Osborne scored for Epping.
Steve Watts got on the score sheet for Catholic United but LOASS scored themselves via Anil Bugday and so share a point each in a 1-1 draw.