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Round-up of all this weekend's matches in the Prokit UK Essex Olympian League
5:09pm Monday 10th December 2012 in Sport
Toby were unable to repeat their giant-killing exploits in the cup as Senior Division opponents Rayleigh Town gained a 4-1 away win.
A Jack Gardner hat-trick and a solo from Lewis Manor booked Town's place in the next round.
Joining them will be Wadham Lodge who had a battle royale with Old Southendian which ended 3-2 in their favour. Mark McHugh and Ollie Tatton-Bennett scored for Old Southendian but Bobby Devyne with a double and one other strike from Marcus Samuels saw Wadham Lodge through.
Craig Marsh and Danny Driscoll scored for Frenford Senior but their team’s interest in the Anagram Records Trophy is over after they were beaten 3-2 away to Risborough Rovers.
In the Premier Division bottom club Hutton took all three points at Westhamians thanks to a solo goal from James Bowyer that won the game 1-0. The welcome three points keeps Hutton bottom but closes the gap on the teams just above them.
Aaron Chambers and Steve City were both on the scoresheer for M&B Club as they won 2-1 against Manford Way. Frank Allie scored for the visitors but the defeat keeps them second from bottom.
Old Chelmsfordians knocked Newbury Forest off the top of Division One last week but this weekend Forest returned the favour, regaining top spot with a 7-3 victory.
Nick Evans' goal for Ongar Town could not prevent a 2-1 loss to Galleywood that moves them away from the bottom spot in the table.
Reece Clarke scores a hat-trick for Epping but it was only rewarded with a single point as they are draw 4-4 at home to Newham United. Jon Dundon notched Epping’s other goal while Newham's scorers included two from David Nott as well as Bradley Thomas and Billy Wise.
Leytonstone United remain rooted to the foot of the table after they suffered a 2-0 defeat against Burnham Ramblers Reserves. Lewis Wilkin and Nathan Ruggles were on target for Ramblers.
Only one game got the all clear in Division Three as top side LOASS were held to a 2-2 home draw with Stambridge United.
Mason Stavri converted a penalty and Khalid Khathib also netted as LOASS retain a seven-point lead over Shenfield AFC in second place.