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Leyton Orient goalkeeper Sam Roach can put his feet up again!

PUBLISHED: 16:00 27 October 2016

Leyton Orient goalkeeper Sam Roach in action for Barkingside against Barking recently (pic Terry Gilbert)

Leyton Orient goalkeeper Sam Roach in action for Barkingside against Barking recently (pic Terry Gilbert)

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Find out how Sammy Moore, Michael Clark and Sam Roach have been getting on over the past week

Leyton Orient’s Sammy Moore helped Dover Athletic get back to winning ways in the National League over the past week.

The ex-AFC Wimbledon midfielder played the full 90 minutes on Saturday against Braintree Town and again completed the whole game on Tuesday night at Bromley.

Although Braintree took the lead at the Crabble Athletic Ground last weekend, Moore helped the Whites run out 6-1 winners.

It gave them a huge boost of confidence ahead of visiting Bromley where they sealed an impressive 2-0 victory.

Moore again played the whole game and continues to impress after joining on loan from Orient until January.

The O’s midfielder will hope to earn a third consecutive start on Saturday when Dover host Tranmere in the National League.

Michael Clark’s excellent loan spell at East Thurrock continued as he helped stretch their unbeaten run to four games.

Orient’s young centre back played the whole match against Ebbsfleet United to help Rocks draw 1-1 in the National League South last weekend.

Clark will again be in the East Thurrock team for their trip to Poole Town on Saturday and aiming to impress again.

Victor Adeboyejo was recalled by O’s from Ryman North club Soham Town Rangers last week.

The talented teenage had shone for the Cambridgeshire outfit and scored for them on October 18 at Cheshunt.

Just a few days later and Adeboyejo was with the senior Orient squad at Hartlepool United in League Two.

With Jay Simpson and Paul McCallum out injured, the young striker was an unused substitute at Victoria Park.

The Essex Senior League fixture schedule means Sam Roach has another weekend without a game.

Orient’s young goalkeeper has impressed for Barkingside in recent months, but was able to put his feet up on Saturday.

Side were without a fixture, but returned to action yesterday (Wednesday) at Eton Manor and suffered a 4-3 loss.

Roach and Barkingside now have to wait until Tuesday (November 1) to put that result right at Takeley.

Some of O’s youngsters featured in a development fixture with Luton Town this week at Hitchin Town.

Clark and Adeboyejo both played with the latter on target during the 3-2 defeat against the Hatters.

Steve Alzate was on target for Orient while the likes of Josh Doherty, Myles Judd and Freddy Moncur all featured.


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