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Corinthian League: Goals galore in all divisions

PUBLISHED: 15:30 15 September 2016

The new football season is now underway (pic: David Simpson/TGS Photo)

The new football season is now underway (pic: David Simpson/TGS Photo)

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A round-up of the action from the Corinthian League

There was plenty of drama and action in the latest round of Essex Sunday Corinthian Football League matches.

Repton Park and Premier Division new boys Lactico produced a 10-goal thriller with the latter earning a 6-4 triumph.

Gozling Jenkins and Henderson Browne hit braces while Derryl Yeboah and Karim Flavien were also on target.

It ensured Jesse Spearing’s double and further strikes from Alex O’Neil and Adam Matthews were mere consolations for Repton Park.

Upshire made it two wins from two with a routine 5-0 victory over Quality Control as Jack Daveney, John Gegory, Danny Curbelo, Ben Darwin and David Ayres all got on the scoresheet.

Downs had a memorable day as they secured their first ever competitive success with a 3-1 win over newly-promoted Flanders.

Emerson Park opened their Division One campaign with a 4-3 triumph over Barking & Dagenham Wanderers.

Andre Gumbs scored twice and Robert Eden was also on target for Wanderers, but they fell to a narrow defeat.

Korona Redbridge followed up their opening day draw with a victory over Barking thanks to goals from Daniel Bendek, Mateusz Kowalczyk and Dawid Pietras.

Daniel Cook hit a double for Barking, but it was only a consolation as they lost 3-2 to Korona.

Harrison Slater and Tom Metcalfe found the net for Warren United Reserves, but they were beaten 4-2 by Valley Park.

Aldborough Hatch are top of the standings after thrashing Dagenham United 5-1 to maintain their 100 per cent record after two fixtures.

Just the 12 goals were produced by FC Mexico and Waltham Athletic in Division Two with the match finishing as a draw.

Charlie Saywood netted an incredible six goals for Athletic, but Sam Prince’s brace and further strikes from Matt Stanbridge, Alex O’Halloran, Dean Hendrickson and Matthew Wiles ensured both sides had to settle for a share of the spoils.

Elsewhere Lonsdale hosted Romford Galaxy in another encounter which proved to be a goalfest.

Anton Gjergji, Conor Treadwell and Kalium Fletcher all hit doubles while Geoffry Holmes was on target for Lonsdale as they won 7-4.

Park Taveren and newly-promoted London Fire Brigate also produced a 12-goal match at Castle Green.

David Hornsby struck five times for Park with Greg Saunders, Connor Frost, Kristopher Brown and Jack Blackburn finding the net in the 9-3 success.

Morfdown Elect edged out E4 Rangers in a five-goal thriller while Docklands Albion and Westferry Elite played out a sedate 1-1 draw.

Jason Branche hit a hat-trick to inspire Wanstead United’s 4-0 triumph over Fairlop Rangers in Division Three with Stanley Fabowale on target as well.

Kevin Davidson grabbed a treble for Alliance United in a 3-2 victory over Partizan CMC in Chigwell.

Carlo Boamah’s double and a goal from Jaden Maloney couldn’t prevent Ridgeway Rovers losing a seven-goal thriller to Upshire Reserves.

Braces from Jake Muller and Thomas Rice plus a Connor Wheatley strike ensured SL Menfica remain top of Division Four after beating Central Colts 5-1.

Doubles from Ross Travers and Harry Goodman helped Oak Royals win 4-3 against Grey Area.

Jordan May scored twice and Shane Westlake found the net for Area, but it wasn’t enough to earn them any points.

Marco Parrello was on target for Chinglow, however they were beaten 4-1 by William Fitt.

Hornchurch Oakmond had Sean Thomas and Nathan Adams to thank after their goals cancelled out Charlie Barrett’s strike for Goresbrook.


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