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Essex Senior League: Ilford and Clapton win as Hackney Wick suffer another defeat

PUBLISHED: 10:00 16 October 2017 | UPDATED: 15:15 16 October 2017

Ilford and Barkingside in action at Cricklefield Stadium on Saturday (Pic: Tim Edwards)

Ilford and Barkingside in action at Cricklefield Stadium on Saturday (Pic: Tim Edwards)

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Ilford made it three league wins in a row after a 1-0 victory over neighbours Barkingside in the Cricklefield derby.

Ilford and Barkingside in action at Cricklefield Stadium on Saturday (Pic: Tim Edwards) Ilford and Barkingside in action at Cricklefield Stadium on Saturday (Pic: Tim Edwards)

James Peagram notched the only goal of the game in the 68th minute to leadhis side into seven spot whilst defeat for Side saw them slip down to 13th in the table and a third straight defeat in the league.

Clapton handed Great Wakering Rovers a rare defeat with a 2-0 victory at the Old Spotted Dog thanks to goals from Ikem Odeh and Jeffrey Cobblah.

The Tons move up to eighth in the table and have now won five of their last six matches.

Hackney Wick suffered another defeat to Hullbridge Sports as they fell 3-0 at Lower Road.

Ilford and Barkingside in action at Cricklefield Stadium on Saturday (Pic: Tim Edwards) Ilford and Barkingside in action at Cricklefield Stadium on Saturday (Pic: Tim Edwards)

Luca Frankis put the hosts ahead in the ninth minute and then nine minutes into the second half Ollie Miller slotted Sports further ahead, before he grabbed his second in stoppage time to seal the three points.

Defeat leaves Hackney Wick third from bottom as a result.

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