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A quiet weekend saw only seven Euro teams take to the field and the undoubted highlight was the first ever win for the U9's Chelmsford team who turned in a magnificent performance against Great Danes to come from a goal behind to win 3-1 thanks in part to a brace of goals from Mert Mengi.

There were other good wins including for the U8's Whites who beat Bealonians 4-2 in an exciting clash at Mayesbrook Park and the U10's Chelmsford side who thrashed Brentwood Athletic 4-0.

Both U12's teams emerged from their fixtures unbeaten with the Echo team winning a difficult tie away to Ryan 2-1 while the Chelmsford team were unlucky to be held to a 2-2 draw against Brentwood.

The highest scoring game of the day involved the U13's Chelmsford who played out a remarkable twelve goal thriller which ended all square at 6-6 when the referee finally called a halt on the goal fest.

The final fixture of the weekend ended with a defeat for the U11's Greens who went down to Langdon Puma's.


A good weekend of results saw the U9's Echo team make it five straight wins with a 3-0 win over Tigers thanks to a hat trick from striker Nicholas Vatafu, meanwhile the biggest winners of the day were the U7's who demolished Buckhurst Hill 10-2.

There were other good wins for Euro sides, none more so than the 1-0 victory for the U10's Chelmsford team who fought out a tense encounter with Aveley Youth at Mayesbrook Park whilst Aveley also provided the opposition for the U11's and U12's with the U11's winning 3-0 and the U12's playing out a 3-3 thriller which was in the balance until the final few minutes of the game before a big crowd of boisterous supporters.

Both U8's teams were in action with the Blues drawing 3-3 against County Park and the White's winning 5-2 against Westward Boys.

The final Euro Dagenham winners of the weekend were the U13's Echo who edged past East Thurrock 3-2, and the U12's Echo who beat Rippleway 2-1.

Three defeats blotted what was otherwise a great weekend for the Club with the U9's Chelmsford, U11's Green, and U13's Chelmsford all losing out narrowly to tough opposition.


A week is a long time in football and the U13's Echo side certainly proved the pointed as following a heavy defeat last week they bounced back in magnificent style with a 13-1 hammering of Wapping Youth in a display which saw Boris slam a record 6 goals.

The U13's continued their free scoring form with another 8 goals, this time in the County Cup against Newbury Forest in a victory which see's them heading towards a third successive cup final appearance.

Euro's September Manager of the Month Marcus Lahiff took his U11 White team to Focus Ferriers in the Essex Cup and emerged 8-2 winners, while the U7's also had a big win this time against Harold Hill.

Harold Hill were also the opponents for the U8's who played out an entertaining 3-3 draw, the other draw of the weekend came for the U9's Chelmsford who were unlucky not to beat Chelmsford City who hung on for a 2-2 draw at Mayesbrook Park.

The U9's Echo recorded their third straight win with a 3-2 win against Orsett Park Royals.

The final fixtures of Sunday saw a win and a loss for the U12's (Echo side winning 3-2 against UPR, while the Chelmsford team lost out to Dunmow Rhodes 1-0), and a loss and a draw for the U10's Echo and Chelmsford teams against Pro Star and Hannakins Farm respectively.

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