Bengal beat Redbridge to extend unbeaten run
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Essex Senior League: Sporting Bengal United 5 Redbridge 1
Sporting Bengal United extened their unbeaten run in the Essex Senior League to five matches with a 5-1 victory at home to Redbridge.
Kamarl Duncan headed United ahead early on when connecting with a ball from Steve Carvell.
Bengal’s lead did not last long, though, as Redbridge were able to equalise through Calvin Poku.
However, a Bobby Redwood brace for Sporting saw them hold a 3-1 advantage at half time.
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Jay Knight then added a fourth for Bengal early in the second half, with Carvell providing his second assist of the night.
Codey Cameron then sealed the win for United when latching on to a through ball from Jack Lamb-Wilson to score the final goal of the game.
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Sporting will bid to make it six games unbeaten in the league when they entertain Clapton on Friday.
Redbridge, meanwhile, will be looking for a response at home to St Margaretsbury on Saturday.