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6 years ago
An early Leon McKenzie goal gave Blues the three points against a Cheshunt side suffering with just one win in their last ten matches.
Blues were beaten by a single goal, scored by Jack Stevenson midway through the first half at Rookery Hill.
Grays continued their run of bad form with a lack-lustre goalless draw with Waltham Forest.
An injury to Harry Agombar during warm-up heralded what turned out to be a bad day for the Blues.
Grays were hoping to continue their winning run but a hard-working and solid Redbridge side bossed a lot of the game to stop the Blues playing.
Grays ensured a happy start to the New Year with a 1-0 victory away to Great Wakering Rovers.
It was honours even at Rookery Hill, as Hakan Hayrettin’s Grays Athletic came back from a goal down to secure a point in a physical match.
The Blues came back to form in spectacular fashion with this five goal demolition of Thamesmead Town.
Blues’ ten-match unbeaten run came to a disappointing end on a wet and dreary afternoon at Rookery Hill.
The Blues booked their place in the Ryman North play-offs with this efficient but tense victory at the Capershotts stadium.
Grays continued their unbeaten run with a nail-biting victory over Brentwood and consolidated their place in the play-off race.
Grays started the game on the back of a seven game unbeaten run looking to get back to winning ways after Saturdays disappointing draw.
Grays fought out a disappointing draw against Chatham Town but extended their unbeaten run to seven games as the play-off positions tightened up.
Danny Cowley's Concord Rangers won through to the Essex Senior Cup Semi Finals with a 3-2 win against Blues at Thames Road.
After a superbly met one minutes silence for the sad loss of Ken Buckley, Grays suffered a defeat at the hands of Romford after a dominant first half but failed to find the net after creating many chances to do so.
Our first ever visit to The Victory Rd ground ended in the Blues losing out on a two goal lead to end all square in front of a festive crowd.
Grays started the game knowing that only a win would do to keep the pressure on the leaders of the league and they had to be patient on a heavy pitch.
Grays got back to winning ways with an emphatic win against lowly Ilford at Cricklefields.
The Blues completed what turned out to be a bad week with this defeat at the hands of the leagues form team in a highly charged tussle.
Grays Athletic suffered penalty shoot-out heartache on Thursday evening as they lost 3-1 on penalties at Enfield Town after the match ended 2-2.
Grays Athletic secured their sixth consecutive league win with a 2-1 victory over fellow playoff contenders AFC Sudbury on Saturday.
Grays recorded their fifth win in a row to keep their play-off dreams alive in this tough encounter.
For over an hour Grays played a solid, hard-working game to put Potters Bar under the cosh but the last thirty or so minutes saw them defending hard.
A patched up Grays due to suspensions and injuries saw them take the spoils in a tough battle against the leagues bottom club.
Grays earned a hard fought victory over a tough playing, luckless Ilford side courtesy of a late own goal.
Needing a victory to keep in the play-off race Grays found form as they took The Marketmen apart with a dominant display of attacking football.
Grays Athletics’ lack of discipline and two stunning strikes saw them succumb to a 3-2 defeat away to Soham Town Rangers on Saturday.
After 90 minutes of goalless play, Grays progressed to the Quarter Finals due to two fine saves by Andy Hall in the penalty shoot-out.
7 years ago
Grays were undone by goal machine Sam Newson with a goal in each half against a hard working Blues team.
A chance to go back top of the league was missed, as Blues were held by a battling and forceful Harlow Town side.
Grays kept up the pressure on the leaders with a patchy display against a tough Potters Bar side with a late display to take the points.
Grays started their Essex Senior Cup campaign with a patchy victory over bottom club Ilford at Cricklefields Stadium.
Grays earned a victory with a dogged performance against ten-man Soham to put themselves back into second place
Grays opened a five point gap with this victory against a team whose league position belies their work ethics.
Grays Athletic resumed their rivalry with Canvey Island in front of a sizeable crowd in this FA Trophy tie and the match lived up to all expectations.
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