Warley look set to push Vorranova
VORRANOVA are rapidly establishing themselves again with a second 4-1 victory, this time against Gloucester Eagles.
Kevin Knight, Rhys Earl, John and Lee Watson all getting one each. Liam Kelly getting Eagles consolation.
Newcomers Warley Town look like pushing Nova all the way after beating last week's top scorers, Compass Athletic by the odd goal in three. Ed Lewis and James Clack for Warley whilst Richard Hewlett replied.
Ingatestone Rovers could be dark horses after following up last week's victory with another four goal salvo against Stelphic United. Alaymar De Oliviera opened the scoring for Rovers in the first period. In the second Greg Williams levelled for Stelphic before Frank Sarsa restored Rovers lead. De Oliviera extended the lead before James Ruggles pulled one back for Stelphic. Kane Delgrom then sealed Rovers win with a fourth.
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Meadow FC found Kerfuffle FC much improved from their opening game last week and prevailed by the odd goal in five. Myles Passley, Dan Rising and Joe Bonner all finding the net.
White Horse (formerly Anchor) opened their season in style when Jack Meekings swerved a corner straight into City Supporters net. Chris Evans levelled with a simple tap in. Rob Brady put White Horse back in front only for Euan Collins to level it up for City before the break.
In the second period City took control and further strikes from Chris Martin and Mark Stonebank gave City their first points of the season.
Banjax hosted Chelmer Wanderers and fell behind to a Bill Marsh goal. In the second period James McCarthy levelled through a penalty before losing their way and conceding further goals from Chelmer's Sam Fieldson, Blake Byrne and Chris Ebigwu.