Here are your weekly match reports from ESL matches covered by WDSportz.
Carshalton Athletic 1-1 Folkestone Invicta, Isthmian Premier Divison
The points were shared at Colston Avenue as mid-table Carshalton held league leaders Folkestone to a 1-1 draw, with Bradford scoring for the hosts and Dos Santos responding for the visitors in the second-half.
Invicta started the better of the sides and had an early chance as Hasler fired over from a free kick on the right.
But Carshalton were dangerous on the counter and Pattisson fired over from a decent chance created by Bradford’s ball over the top.
The opening goal came on 39 minutes in sublime fashion as Bradford controlled with his chest on the edge of the box before sweeping into the top corner on the turn - 1-0 Carshalton.
Invicta goalkeeper Newcombe was strong to palm over the bar from a dangerous free kick just before half-time.
It didn’t take long for Invicta’s numerous corners to bear fruit. A corner was played short before being fired low into the box. Dos Santos showed poacher’s instincts to react fastest to a deflection and level the scores.
Hasler was booked for a shove as the game continued to entertain into the second-half, with Korboa having multiple chances to restore Carshalton’s lead.
But there was nothing to separate the teams at full-time. Next up for Carshalton is a FA Cup First Round tie with Boston United on Saturday 9 November, while Folkestone travel to Maldon & Tiptree in the FA Trophy Second Qualifying Round on Wednesday 13 November.
Waltham Abbey 0-2 Hanwell Town, Isthmian South Central Division
Hanwell Town showed they deserved to be competing at the top of the Isthmian South Central after two penalties brought a 2-0 victory against Waltham Abbey.
Hanwell, second in the table and undefeated this season, got off to a dream start after a penalty was awarded in the opening minutes for a late challenge.
No. 9 Gareth Chendlik smashed his penalty into the bottom corner to give the visitors an early lead.
Waltham Abbey looked to hit back in the first-half but risked leaving themselves exposed at the back. Chendlik nearly netted his second after rounding the goalkeeper and firing just wide.
Abbey managed some shots on target but rarely troubled the visiting goalkeeper, and it was Hanwell who looked the team likelier to score the second goal.
A second penalty allowed Hanwell to double their advantage. Some quick feet in the box following a short corner led to a challenge. This time, Chendlik opted for more height and fired home from 12 yards.
A stamp by Waltham Abbey’s Jack Daveney in the closing minutes ensured that all three points would be returning to Perivale.
The result leaves Waltham Abbey in 11th ahead of a trip to Bracknell Town on Saturday 9 November. Meanwhile, Hanwell are pushing to knock Harlow Town off top spot and face Ware at home on Saturday.
Freddie Keighley is one of our Sports Journalists. He graduated from the University of Bristol in July 2019 and is studying for a Master's in Newspaper Journalism at City University. His previous roles include University of Bristol Football Club Journalist and Online Sport Editor at the University's student newspaper, Epigram.
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