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Leyton Orient head coach Ross Embleton was keen to give his players the credit they deserve after fighting back to seal a 2-2 draw against Mansfield Town.

Young West Ham United Women forward Jacynta Galabadaarachchi has joined Italian side Napoli on loan.

Barkingside manager Steven Le Sage is hoping his side can dedicate a win to club president and former chairman of Ilford Sports Club George Hogarth who passed away last week.

Dagenham & Redbridge have been chosen to be the first pilot event for the National League as they host Concord Rangers in a pre-season friendly on Tuesday evening.

Ilford captain Nigel Jacobs believes the shortened season has been really beneficial to his side as they worked on weaknesses and found more consistency.

A controversial but entertaining encounter saw Woodford Town suffer their third league defeat at the hands of Sawbridgeworth Town with a score line of 3-2.

Aron Nijjar celebrated career-best bowling figures as Vitality Blast holders Essex Eagles thrashed Hampshire by 54 runs to keep their faint quarter-final dreams alive.

Wanstead & Snaresbrook were crowned Shepherd Neame Essex League Premier Division champions after a final-day win over title rivals Brentwood to the delight of captain Joe Ellis-Grewal.

Ilford AC athletes are still trying to find track races before winter sets in with a number of runners taking part in different events.

Midfielder Declan Rice became the youngster West Ham United player to reach 100 Premier League appearances when he faced Newcastle United, at the age of just 21 years and 242 days.

Leyton Orient head coach Ross Embleton admitted it means ‘a hell of a lot’ to progress into the third round of the Carabao Cup where they will face Tottenham Hotspur.

Redbridge let a 2-0 lead slip as two injury time goals saw Sporting Bengal take all three points in a 3-2 victory at Oakside Stadium.

Dagenham & Redbridge were crowned Borough champions with an emphatic 6-0 victory over Barking at Mayesbrook Park.

Carabao Cup: Leyton Orient 3 Plymouth Argyle 2

Micky Wetherall has admitted stepping away from his managerial role at Redbridge was not a decision that he took lightly.

Leyton Orient head coach Ross Embleton has pointed out similarities between Danny Johnson and former striker Macaulay Bonne after his prolific start to the season.

A thumping 44th minute header from prolific Non League marksmen Leon McKenzie was all that separated Woodford Town from Isthmian League South Central Waltham Abbey in an absorbing FA Cup tie.

Manager Matt Beard said his West Ham United side must put Saturday’s disappointing defeat at home to Arsenal immediately behind them and focus on the season to come.

Premier League: West Ham United 0 Newcastle United 2

Women’s Super League: West Ham 1 Arsenal 9

League Two: Oldham Athletic 0 Leyton Orient 1

Arsenal travel to West Ham United in their first away game of the new 2020-21 Women’s Super League season.

England International Rachel Daly says the “ambition and potential” made her want to make the move to West Ham Women.

Wanstead & Snaresbrook captain Joe Ellis-Grewal has put the pressure on opponents Brentwood to retain their Shepherd Neame Essex League Premier title.

Woodford Wells captain Joe Johnson knows a win may not even be enough to secure the league title despite going unbeaten throughout the shortened 2020 season.

FC Leytonstone have announced the appointment of Sabah Mahmood as their head of coaching for the newly formed girls’ coaching programme.

With some covid restrictions being slightly lifted a few Ilford AC members have finally managed to get in a few races.

Ilford cruise to victory against local rivals Redbridge as Sporting Bengal United play out a goalless draw with St Margaretsbury in the Essex Senior League.

Oakfield Parkonians sealed a strong victory over South Woodford in their latest fixture after winning the toss and electing to field first.

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