Saffron Walden Town run riot in second half at Hoddesdon Town

Craig Calver has five goals in his last four games for Saffron Walden Town

Craig Calver continues to enjoy a purple patch in front of goal for Saffron Walden Town with another in the win at Hoddesdon Town. - Credit: GAVIN ELLIS/TGS PHOTO

Saffron Walden Town produced a superlative second half to claim a big win away to Hoddesdon Town in the Essex Senior League.

The 5-0 win saw all five goals scored after the break, an own-goal starting the rout before Gavin Cockman, Craig Claver, Charlie Smith and Scott Piggott rounded off a great day for Jason Maher's men.

Calver is a man in form at the minute with his strike at Lowfield his fifth goal in the last four games.

Gavin Cockman scores for Saffron Walden Town in the 3-1 win over Woodford Town.

Gavin Cockman scores for Saffron Walden Town in the 3-1 win over Woodford Town. - Credit: DOMINIC DAVEY PHOTOGRAPHY

Cockman meanwhile is up to seven for the season having also scored in the 3-1 win over Woodford Town, a result that ended a two-game losing streak.

The Bloods are up to fifth now with a trip to second-from-bottom Sporting Bengal United on Saturday.

Saffron Walden PSG girls' U9 Blacks strike a pose after their game with Milton.

Saffron Walden PSG girls' U9 Blacks strike a pose after their game with Milton. - Credit: SAFFRON WALDEN PSG FC

Saffron Walden PSG girls U9 Blacks travelled to Milton Colts for an early kick-off with just six players available, including Evie who was playing her first game.

The team started strongly, with Molly making several strong runs from midfield and Emilia and Martha staying solid in defence against a well organised and skillful Milton side.

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With Cordy providing a safe pair of hands in goal, the teams were evenly matched throughout the game.

A mazy run from Hattie and two close-range finishes from Cordy when she came out of goal provided excitement for the spectators and some goalmouth scrambles kept the game tense until the final whistle.

A spokeswoman said: "The girls gave a great all-round effort; they took a few knocks but kept working throughout."

Radwinter Primary School show off their medals from their football tournament.

Radwinter Primary School show off their medals from their football tournament. - Credit: RADWINTER PRIMARY SCHOOL

There were congratulations for Radwinter Primary School's Year 5 and 6 girls football team who won all of their small school tournament matches, scoring 11 and conceding none, to come home champions.

A spokeswoman for the Water Lane-based school said: "All the girls played incredibly well. They gelled brilliantly as a new team and were reflective in improving their play during the tournament."

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