Essex Senior League: Redbridge 6 Hullbridge Sports 1

PUBLISHED: 08:33 01 October 2017

Jonathon Mbamarah was on target for Redbridge against Hullbridge (pic George Phillipou/TGS Photo)

Jonathon Mbamarah was on target for Redbridge against Hullbridge (pic George Phillipou/TGS Photo)

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Redbridge hit Hullbridge for six at Oakside to move up to fourth in the table.

Disappointed by their FA Vase exit at Coggeshall in midweek, Motormen saw Marcus Carter cross for Brian Moses to head at Bobby Mason early on.

And Mason then denied Reside Coxi-Sebastfao and Joshua Hutchinson with a fine double save, before Lewis Greene thwarted Luca Frankis at the other end.

The hosts opened the scoring on 14 minutes when Moses found Coxi-Sebastfao in the box and he was fouled, with Moses converting the penalty.

Angus Poole fired over for Hullbridge, before Moses shot at Mason, but it was 2-0 on 18 minutes when Sipho Mtyanda run into the box and fired home.

Mtyanda was just off-target after swapping passes with Moses, who saw a shot tipped onto the bar by Mason, before Jonathon Mbamarah headed in Hutchinson’s corner.

Hutchinson was denied by the legs of Mason late in the first half, while Mtyanda fired high and wide after the restart.

And Hullbridge hit back when captain Jamie Buffin’s defence-splitting pass found Damien Smiemienczuk and he beat Greene.

Lewis Watson had a header saved by Greene soon after, before Motormen went 4-1 up as Moses had a shot saveed and Coxi-Sebastfao converted the rebound from close range.

Hutchinson and Moses had further chances to score, before substitute Billy Golledge ran on to a through ball from Moses to net the fifth on his debut.

Moses shot wide from a Golledge pass, but netted number six when running on to substitute Malaki Toussaint’s pass and dinking the ball over Mason.

Redbridge welcome Wadham Lodge to Oakside on Tuesday.

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