Match report by Nigel Howard
The Only Way is Grays Ath as the Blues march on to top the Ryman Premier league table, writes The Mariner
Hornchurch dominate. but cannot find a way through.
A late late goal from substitute Jordan Attree broke Soham's hearts but the game will be remembered for the decisions made by the referee.
An injury time goal denied Soham a share of the points as they lost 3-2 away to ten man Wroxham.
Redbridge were beaten 4-0 on Harlow's 3G surface today
FA Cup disappointment put aside to frustrate Hornchurch.....
The Beavers defied a wet pitch, injury to influential skipper Kieran Murphy and also conceding a scrappy goal to snatch an amazing victory.
Junior Dadson’s hat-trick gave the Hawks an impressive 4-0 home victory against Redbridge.
Harrow maintained their unbeaten start to the league season, with a close fought derby win against Hendon.
Another big win for league's leading scorers
Harrow remain unbeaten after an exciting, skilful, hard-fought game at Earlsmead
Blues toppled off the top of the table after being held by 10 men Needham Market
POINTS SHARED AT OAKWOOD
Tanners were ripped part by last season’s Ryman North play-off winners on their first ever visit to Brentwood’s Arena stadium.
Too often second best, lethargic Dulwich slipped to defeat against the well regimented Swans
The Beavers move into 8th place with Josh Casey's moment of magic
A disappointing defeat at neighbours Hampton & Richmond, pictured is mom Joe Turner.
Grays maintained their unbeaten run at Champion Hill on Saturday writes The Mariner
Phipp's early strike cancelled out by Driver
Canvey Island 2 Enfield Town 0; a poor performance in deepest Essex
Battling Blues hold off ten men Hendon to remain top of the table
East Thurrock United snatched a 90th minute equaliser at home to Kingstonian to share the spoils after a disappointing performance.
Well earned three points from the visit of Bognor.
Pictured is Blues man of the match Elliot Taylor.
Craig Parker’s goal midway through the second half gave AFC Sudbury the points as they left Soham with a 1-0 victory.
Another draw for Beavers amidst Seb Brown being shown the red card late on in a game they had the best of.
A 16th minute header from Phil Walsh was enough to seal the points for Tanners in a thrilling display of end to end football against Dulwich Hamlet
By Andrew Finch
Romford may feel like they missed out on three points after having the better of the chances away to Phoenix Sports.
A superb display of front-running by Marc Charles-Smith and Lewis Driver, backed by tremendous support all over the park, saw Harrow to an emphatic
as town yet to find form
VICKERS FAIL TO TAKE THEIR CHANCES
Redbridge were well beaten this evening conceding six to a strong AFC Hornchurch side
Match report from Yourthurrock
Super away win on their travels for the table topping Blues
Town fail to spark against League Leaders
A second-half goal blitz saw us leave Imperial Field pointless on Tuesday night.
Jake Turner on his 100th appearance for the club seals all three points for Regent at home.
A game of two halves as the millers took the first and Cray took the second in a very even affair.
George Purcell scores four with Styles and Knight also on the score sheet.
Thurrock 3 Tilbury 1 (Att 139)
Herne Bay and Faversham Town served up a superb local derby on Tuesday night
Dockers defeated by outstanding ten-man Thurrock
Two goals in the last 5 minutes, one a disputed penalty, earned Maldon and Tiptree a slightly undeserved point against an unlucky Cheshunt.
A looping header from substitute Sam Reed was enough to send the Yachtsmen to defeat.
First home league victory means 3rd place
Ten-man Rebels beaten by Sussex rivals Three Bridges as Omar Bugiel is sent off
Radley goal and Cleaver brace take Rovers to 6th......
Up To Second
Barkingside fell to a 2-1 defeat to promotion-contenders Harlow Town at Cricklefields on Monday night.
Ryman North Thurrock are looking forward to hosting the Spurs Legends side in a charity match at Ship Lane on Sunday week.
Three legends of the game are set to rock fans at two sportsmen's evenings at Bognor Regis Town before the end of the Ryman Premier campaign.
The four teams who began Bank Holiday Monday's fixtures in the Ryman League Premier Division protecting unbeaten records all maintained their runs, writes Pitchero's Steve Whitney.
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