Division Two Report

Last Updated: 16 September 2019

Its been another crazy week full of Division 2 sides in action. Here’s what happened.

Chingford Athletic 5-0 Beacon Hill Rovers
Beacon Hill bowed out Division 1 side Chingford who carried on their good form with a 5-0 victory in the Senior League Cup. Mickey Mesmin (x2), Eric Kelly, Rasmus Kriisa, Lee Lashley and Warren Isoka all scored for the hosts.

Laindon Orient 3-0 Rochford Town
Rochford Town were rooted to the bottom of the Division 2 table for another week as they lost 3-0 at Laindon Orient. Ashley Blackburn (x2) and Jasper Read scored the goals for Orient.

May & Baker EC Reserves 10-2 AS Rawreth
AS Rawreth were hit for 10 as they lost 10-2 at May & Baker EC Reserves.

Old Chelmsfordians Reserves 1-0 Harold Wood Athletic Reserves
Old Chelmsfordians Reserves defeated Harold Wood Athletic Reserves 1-0 in the Reserve League Cup. Jack Sterland scored the deciding goal.

Old Southendian Reserves 0-5 Epping Town
Epping Town maintained their unbeaten start to the season with a comprehensive 5-0 victory at Old Southendian Reserves in Senior Division Two of the Essex Olympian League. A Brad Gayer free kick gave Epping Town a 1-0 half-time lead with a brace from Alex Paraskeva and goals from Glen Warwick and Tommy Taylor in the second half ensuring the three points to further enhance the side’s goal difference to +10, the joint second best in all six divisions of the Essex Olympian League. Massive thanks to Everything Local News for this report.

Non-League blogger Scott W was there at Garon Park and here is his take on the match: Report here. You can also view the Yellow Advertiser’s Brian Jeeves’ report here.

Ramsden Scottia 1-2 Leigh Town
A Max Jones double secured a 2-1 win for Leigh Town of Division 2 over Division 1 Ramsden Scottia. Anthony Driscoll scored for the hosts.

Ryan 2-5 Corinthians
Ryan were hit for 5 by Corinthians with Nathan Dewbury scoring all five for the visitors.

Westhamnians 4-2 Wakering Sports
Westhamnians got their first win of the season as they defeated Wakering Sports 4-2. John Massala scored two goals for the hosts with Monty Hussain and Abel Okoghenu scoring the other goals. Russell Beck and Zac Wheatley scored the goals for Wakering Sports.

Report by Andy Wilkins