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Essex Senior League: Redbridge and Bengal win, while Ilford held to a draw

PUBLISHED: 08:26 20 November 2019 | UPDATED: 08:26 20 November 2019

Redbridge manager Micky Wetherall during Redbridge vs Saffron Walden Town, Essex Senior League Football at Oakside Stadium on 7th September 2019

Redbridge manager Micky Wetherall during Redbridge vs Saffron Walden Town, Essex Senior League Football at Oakside Stadium on 7th September 2019

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Redbridge and Sporting Bengal United pick up wins while Ilford are held to a draw in the latest Essex Senior League fixtures.

A brace from Motormen new signing Hassan Nalbant and Tom Harvey sealed the three points as they won 3-1 away to Cockfosters.

Micky Wetherall's men bounce back from a 6-1 drubbing to Stansted on the weekend and will be pleased.

Sporting Bengal United sealed a narrow 2-1 win over Woodford Town in their match at the Harlow Arena.

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Manager Imrul Gazi said: "Great team effort tonight. Was a much needed win against a good Woodford Town.

"I went old skool tonight orginals - with the return of my Mr Reliable Freddy Tandon."

Ilford were held to a 1-1 draw away to Hoddesdon Town despite taking an early lead in the match.

Sadiq Akanbi found the back of the net but his goal was cancelled out by Isaac Marfo-Jacobs at The Stewart Edwards Stadium.

Although Jonny Fowell and his management team will still be pleased with that response after suffering a 7-0 defeat to Hadley on the weekend.


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