East London’s five-star men cut down Forest for another win, but women lose late on
PUBLISHED: 17:00 05 October 2018
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East London’s men made it back-to-back wins in East Premier B with a 5-2 success over Waltham Forest.
Ben Gregory, Joohn Lyness, Harry Finster, Mark Prince and Andy Cumine all netted to seal another three points after promotion last season.
And Max Nelen was named man of the match for East, who host Dereham this weekend.
The seconds were 4-1 winners over Witham as Rob Way, Karl Khan, Guy Paul and Mark Williams all struck.
And the fourths edged out Waltham Forest seconds by the odd goal in five as Jordan Green nabbed a brace and Nick Short also strurck.
There were five different goalscorers for the sixth team in their 5-0 win over Brentwood fourths, with Hiren Amin opening the scoring.
Jamie Rosser’s short corner doubled the tally, with Tom Crump adding a third on the reverse in the second half.
Sam Willis produced a dinked finish over the keeper for the fourth, before Shivam Dayha smashed into the roof of the net to cap a second successive win.
George Clift and Pierre Fleet bagged braces ass the seventh team thrashed Basildon 6-0, with Sam Spilsbury and Lewiis Clayton completing the tally.
And it was a similar story for the eighths, who beat Brentwood fifths by the same margin led by newcomer Sarban Hoonjan’s hat-trick.
Matthew Freeman scored twice and Muhammad Norman added his name to the list as Calum Forrest impressed to take the man of the match award.
Debutant Ismael Ansari struck twice as the nines beat Waltham Forest Otters 3-0, with James Robson also notching.
The women suffered last-gasp heartbreak in a 1-0 loss to Upminster, but Amy MacKenzie and Mara Waters scored as the twos beat West Herts 2-1.
The thirds lost 1-0 to Maldon, but the fourths drew 2-2 with Chelmsford thirds as Pheobe Darwin and Charlotte Butterfield found the net.
The fifths lost 1-0 to Waltham Forest, but Jasmine Newey’s goal earned the sixth team a 1-0 win over Maldon seconds.
Ruby Beardsall (2), Tanith Cook, Fran Jarvis and Lizzie Jones scored as the sevenths beat Crostyx fourths 5-2 and Dasha Popilina and Rachel Farmer saw the eights beat Witham thirds 2-1.