Takeley ready for FA Cup tie with Stansted

PUBLISHED: 13:30 24 August 2018

Charlie Cole and Stuart Zanone scored two goals each in Takeley's win over Walthamstow

Charlie Cole and Stuart Zanone scored two goals each in Takeley's win over Walthamstow


Takeley face local rivals Stansted in an FA Cup preliminary round tie at Bishop’s Stortford on Sunday (2pm).

And they go into the tie on the back of a 4-1 win over Walthamstow in the Essex Senior League last weekend.

Stuart Zanone fired home from a Mitchell Das pass to open the scoring at Station Road, with the same pair combining to make it 2-0 after a good pass from Bryn Thorpe.

Captain Jason Todd, Kyan Gulliver and Mike Castle all impressed for the home side and Matt Gill denied Stow a reply after the break.

Zanone saw chances to complete his hat-trick go begging before Gill saw his long clearance find substitute Charlie Cole to fire past James Harkin for Takeley’s third goal.

The visitors did hit back with a James Peagram header, but Cole had the last word with his second strike to seal the points and make it three wins in a row for the early pacesetters.


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