4th February

12C Bolton 1 Southend United C 5
Another 3 points here for Mick’s side as they continue on their journey to the summit of the table.As per usual , plenty of goals were scored with Daniel once again(3) Eoin (1)and Shane(1) on target.

12A Tramore 0 Southend 3 
Great win from the lads after not playing a game for two months. We took the lead through Redeem, who swung in a cross from the left which deceived the goalkeeper at the near post. The second goal came when a free kick from Adam Queally put their defence under a lot of pressure and the ball fell to Sean for as easy tap in.The third goal came just before half time when another cross from Redeem was turned into the goal by one of the Tramore defenders for an unfortunate own goal. The second half was a tighter affair without any of the goalkeepers having much to do. It was nice for all twelve players especially the younger lads Alan, Adam Dobbyn and Czerek to get game time and we look forward to seeing this bunch of lads improve and grow over the next few months. Best wishes to Adam Quelly who picked up an injury in the first half.

12 B Bohs 1 Southend B 2. What a performance from these young lads! Due of injuries and players away ,they had to play the whole game with 8 players, the effort and attitude from all of them was unreal from start to finish .We scored two brilliant goals through Mohammad and the winner from our super striker Charlie Barden but from Wojtek on goal who made a unbelievable save at the end to Matt , Ben and Josh in defence and Mohammad Sebastian and Callum in midfield they were superb .Man of the Match goes to young Wojtek on his first start on goal pulling off a number of super saves.

14A Southend United 3 Carrick United 1
In what was our first game since early December, it was great to finally get our season back on track. We started very brightly only to concede a very sloppy opening goal .Our response was immediate with a sweeping move which resulted in Anthony slotting home the equaliser.Within a couple of minutes we were in front with another excellent team goal via Jack Cox. After the break we continued to dominate with their keeper making a string of good saves only for Sam Pender to get a well-deserved third goal. An all-round great squad performance with Andrew Norris and Sam Pender leading from the front.