Isthmian Premier: Hornchurch and Wingate fall short as Haringey draw

Hornchurch manager Mark Stimson (C) during Hornchurch vs Walthamstow, Emirates FA Cup Football at Ho

Hornchurch manager Mark Stimson (centre) - Credit: TGS Photo

Hornchurch suffered a second consecutive defeat in the Isthmian Premier League as they lost 1-0 to Cheshunt at Bridge Avenue. 

An 81st minute strike from Amadou Kassarate helped Craig Edward’s side seal the three points as the Urchins continue to endure an injury crisis. 

Haringey sealed a 1-1 draw away to promotion hopefuls Bishop’s Stortford on Tuesday evening at the ProKit Stadium. 

Defender Scott Mitchell opened the scoring in the 72nd minute as he turned home a corner at the near post to give Borough a 1-0 lead. 

That was Mitchell’s second goal in as many games as he begins to shine for Haringey. 


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The hosts were level 10 minutes later when Anthony Church picked out Jake Cass inside the area who turned and fired low into the far corner. 

Earlier in the match Haringey were awarded a penalty when the visitors pounced upon a poor pass in midfield and after a long ball forward Jake Giddens collided with Alfred Bawling. 

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Giddens then denied Jamie O’Donoghue from the spot in the 58th minute. 

Wingate & Finchley suffered a 2-1 defeat to league leaders Enfield Town. 

A corner was headed home by new signing Nathan Smith at the back post for his first Town goal five minutes before the half-time break . 

Percy Kiagebeni turned his man and fired a screamer in off of the underside of the bar from 25 yards in the 50th minute to make it 2-0. 

Wingate pulled a goal back in the 70th minute as Sam Hatton diverted home from close range against his old club to give them a life line. 

Wingate pressed forward for the equaliser but Enfield held firm to hang onto the three points. 


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