Senior Division Cup

Kelvedon Hatch brushed Ryan aside 3-0 on route to the semi-finals after Chris Neville, Bill Munroe and Gary Smith fired home the goals.

Joining them will be Leigh Ramblers who beat Westhamians 7-1.

Jack O’Connor, Max Corrigan, Luke Read, David Birnie, Pat Cannon, Tom Fletcher and Jamie Selby-Knight all scored a goal apiece in the comfortable win.

Anagram Records Trophy

Galleywood overcame Cuffley after a titanic struggle that ended 4-3 in their favour.

Aaron Riley, Adam Dowsett, Craig Wilson and Luke Norton were all on target.

Senior Division Southminster St Leonards opened up a six-point lead at the top after a 2-0 home victory over Harold Hill.

Defeat leaves Hill rooted to the bottom and 12 points adrift from safety.

White Ensign boosted their relegation fight with a 3-0 victory over Bishop's Stortford Swifts.

The win moves them to 10 points and only three points off Harold Wood Athletic, who sit one place above the drop zone.

A Stuart Williams brace helped Frenford Senior take all the points in a 4-1 victory over Wadham Lodge.

Brad Foley and Jon Wightman scored the other Senior goals while Bobby Dweyne scores a penalty for Wadham Lodge.

Gavin Toussaint and Jovan Laronda exacted some revenge for Manford Way against Newbury Forest as they made amends for defeat in the Essex Premier Cup by winning the league encounter 2-0.

May & Baker E.C. beat Rayleight Town 2-1 thanks to goals from Frank McArdle and Kevin Neville. Ross Webster scored for Town.

Buckhurst Hill won 3-2 at Hannakins Farm courtesy of Chris Stowe, Jordan Childs and Cyrus Mahler. Elliot Vine and Ben Swift bagged the Hannakins Farm goals.

Division One

Hutton still lead the table by four points despite losing 1-0 to Old Chelmsfordians on Saturday – their second league defeat on the spin.

Ryan Sutton was the Old Chelmsfordian scorer and the win moves them off the foot of the table.

Herongate Atheltic are now bottom after they lost 4-1 to promotion candidates Springfield.

Andy Elgar, Paul Tiffen, Tyrone Scarlett and Ryan Batchford were on the scoresheet while Ben Bragg scored Herongate’s consolation.

Benfleet remain embroiled in the relegation battle after they lost 3-1 to local rivals Old Southendian. Stuart Paton scored for Benfleet but David Stubbs (two) and Thomas Judge secured the Southendian win.

David Nott grabbed a hat-trick for Newham United in an 8-1 hammering of Old Barkabbeyans.

Further goals came via Duane Jackman (two), Bradley Thomas and T. Thomas. Danny Downer scored the solitary Old Barkabbeyans goal.

Division Two

Ben Polley netted four times for league leaders Ongar Town as they gained a 6-1 away win at Toby.

Nick Evans and Niki Love completed the scoring while Jason Hounsell notched the Toby goal.

Shenfield AFC kept their promotion hopes alive with a 3-1 win over struggling Broomfield.

Ben Absolon, Sam Bubb and Francis Wright scored for Shenfield while Broomfield, who sit bottom of the table, scored through Dave Cox.

Roydon moved away from the relegation zone after they defeated Debden Sports 3-2. Naz Kargi netted a brace with Steve Banks chipping in with the other.

Debden Sports scored via Ian Sawyer and Dave Limber.

Lakeside remain in promotion contention after their 2-0 win over Upminster keeps them just above the drop zone. Lewis Taylor and Gary Aitchinson scored the Lakeside goals.

Division Three

Rochford Town opened up a four-point lead at the top after they gained a 4-1 win at Ramsden Scotia.

Dean Haggar led the charge as he scored twice with one apiece for Ashley Fell and Wesley Aldridge.

Ramsden’s goal was scored by Anthony Driscoll.

Second-placed Snaresbrook suffered a 3-2 home defeat at the hands of LOASS who scored via Abi Balogun (2) and Kieran Weekes.

Stambridge United kissed any chance of mounting a promotional charge goodbye after their 3-1 defeat at home to Sungate sees them drop to sixth.

Ross Boadle grabbed the Stambridge goal but Paul Deller's double and Ryan Bourne's goal sealed victory for Sungate.

Jake Clarke also netted a brace for Epping and was joined by Callum Compton and Sean Green on the scoresheer as they beat Catholic United 4-2.

Bridge and Doherty were the Catholic scorers.