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Essex Senior League: Barkingside drop into bottom four and Ilfor held by Burnham

PUBLISHED: 08:31 04 December 2017

Ilford captain Paul Oshin making a run against Clapton at the Old Spotted Dog (Pic: Tim Edwards)

Ilford captain Paul Oshin making a run against Clapton at the Old Spotted Dog (Pic: Tim Edwards)

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Barkingside fell to their seventh straight defeat in the Essex Senior League as they lost 2-1 to mid-table West Essex.

A late winner from Tom Macleod sealed his West Essex side three points at Mayesbrook Park.

Jerome Martelli put the visitors ahead five minutes before the break but then saw the home side level just before half time when Michael Mignot marked his return by finding Cameron Gray to level things up.

Time was running out when Macleod nodded home a Joe Lefley free kick and saw the hosts remain ninth whilst Side poor form continued as they are now fall into the bottom four.

Neighbours Ilford had to settle for a point against strugglers Burnham Ramblers as they drew 1-1 at Cricklefield Stadium.

Karl Swanborough put the visitors ahead, his fifth in three games, in the sixth minute, however the hosts levelled five minutes before half time.

Ramblers Scott Plom was sent off late on they managed to pick up a decent away point in this one.

Ilford are in eighth whilst Burnham are sixteenth.

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