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Ryan cause an upset in Senior Division Cup by beating Hannakins Farm 4-2
2:00pm Friday 4th October 2013 in Sport
Division Two side Ryan caused an upset in the cup as they recorded a fine 4-2 victory over Premier Division outfit Hannakins Farm.
Germaine Gregoire, William Owhor, Daniel Kika and Josh Felix all scored to book Ryan a place in the second round where they face a trip to Lakeside.
Premier Division Wadham Lodge clinched a valuable 2-1 away win at Bishops Stortford Swifts.
Swifts started the day as leaders but the defeat sees them surrender pole position to Southminster St Leonards, who hammered White Ensign 5-0.
Newbury Forest move up to fourth after they crushed Harold Wood Athletic 7-0.
Jason Reynolds-Blanche scored a hat-trick with Bradley Gates and Toch Singh both adding two each.
Kelvedon Hatch and Frenford Senior earned a point each after they drew 1-1.
Chris Neville scored for Kelvedon, while Damon O’Neil netted for their opponents.
Manford Way claimed their first win of the season as their visit to bottom-placed Harold Hill ended 1-0 in their favour.
Debutant Ricardo Bailey notched the winning goal. Division One Westhamians may still be bottom of the table but they gained their first points of the season with a hard-fought 1-0 win against Old Southendian.
Daniel Wheeler scored the game’s only goal.
Division Two Ongar Town have taken over as the new leaders of Division Two after they won 2-1 at Basildon Town.
Graham Jeater and Ben Polley scored for Ongar, while Jack Main netted Town’s sole reply.
Runwell Hospital slipped to second after they were held to a 2-2 draw by Broomfield.
Upminster and Debden Sports also shared the spoils after they played out a 2-2 draw.
James Lakey and Matt Taylor were on hand to score for Upminster with Danny Sinnfield and Stuart Kilden replying for Debden.
Toby gained a resounding 4-0 away win at Lakeside with Gabriel Ogunwomoju the star of the show as he scored a hat-trick. Paul Carr scored the other goal.
Division Three Snaresbrook are top of the table on goal difference after beating Stambridge United 5-2.
Snaresbrook were pushed all the way by their opponents, who went in at half-time leading 2-1 thanks to Kosi Hemans and Ross Boadle hitting the back of the net.
But Josh Woodcock’s hat-trick and goals from Jay Sendall and Jack Sim saw Snaresbrook score three times in the last 15 minutes to tip the game in their favour.
LOASS were also involved in a goal frenzy as they came away from Ramsden Scotia with a 6-2 win.
Lloyd Boateng and Aaron Sommers were both potent in front of goal as they scored twice with the other goals coming from Jonjo Walsh and Abiola Balogun.
Dave Hollis and Richard Bishop were the Ramsden scorers.
Mark Pope scored twice and was joined on the scoresheet by Ryan Lancaster as Rochford Town gained a 3-2 home win over Epping.
Jake Clarke and Luke Millard were the Epping scorers but their efforts were not enough to gain anything from the game.
Leytonstone United earned their first point of the season as they drew 3-3 with Forest Glade.
Adam Adewole bagged a brace for Leytonstone with Matt Osborne the other goalscorer.
Forest Glade claimed a point thanks to two goals by Alex Shields and one from Ricky Dunn.