Issued: November 15, 2018
FRIENDLY - Harlow Town Reserves 2 v Epping Town 1
SENIOR DIVISION FOUR - Epping Town 3 v Toby Reserves 0
(Goalscorers: Glen Warwick (2), Joe Killingback)
SENIOR DIVISION FOUR - Catholic United Reserves 2 v Epping Town 2
(Goalscorers: Eamon Payne, Glen Warwick)
ANAGRAM RECORDS TROPHY (FIRST ROUND) - Clapton Community 3 v Epping Town 1
(Goalscorer: Harry Watkins, pen)
FRIENDLY - Heybridge Swifts 3 v Epping Town 0
ESSEX JUNIOR CUP (SECOND ROUND) - Roydon 0 v Epping Town 2
(Goalscorers: Daniel Garfinkle, Tim Curtis)
SENIOR LEAGUE CUP (SECOND ROUND) - Roydon 1 v Epping Town 3
(Goalscorers: Daniel Garfinkle (2), Alex Paraskeva)
ESSEX JUNIOR CUP (FIRST ROUND) - Writtle 0 v Epping Town 4
(Goalscorers: Tim Curtis (2), Barry Findleton, Alex Paraskeva)
SENIOR DIVISION FOUR - Buckhurst Hill Reserves 2 v Epping Town 9
(Goalscorers: Alex Paraskeva (3), Skirhantas Bulauka (2), Tim Curtis (2), Jamie Hart, Harry Watkins)
SENIOR DIVISION FOUR - Corinthians 2 v Epping Town 0
SENIOR DIVISION FOUR - Dagenham United 1 v Epping Town 5
(Goalscorers: Liam Clifton, Chris Lockwood, Alex Paraskeva (2), Joe Killingback)
FRIENDLY - Sporting Bengal 3 v Epping Town 3
SENIOR LEAGUE CUP (FIRST ROUND) - Old Barkabbeyans 0 v Epping Town 5
(Goalscorers: Liam Clifton, Chris Lockwood (pen), Daniel Eze (2), Tim Curtis)
PRE-SEASON FRIENDLY - Sawbridgeworth Town Reserves 3 v Epping Town 4
PRE-SEASON FRIENDLY - Epping Town 4 v Clapton Community 4
PRE-SEASON FRIENDLY - Epping Town 4 v Kelvedon Hatch 4
PRE-SEASON FRIENDLY - Harlow Town Reserves 2 v Epping Town 2
PRE-SEASON FRIENDLY - Epping Town 2 v Buckhurst Hill 7
WALTER TULL CUP - Clapton 2 v Epping Town 3 (after extra time)
PRE-SEASON FRIENDLY - Epping Town 3 v Hendon U23 1
PRE-SEASON FRIENDLY - Epping Town 2 v Walthamstow 4
PRE-SEASON FRIENDLY - Epping Town 3 v Redbridge Reserves 1
Chairman issues 'your club needs you' plea ahead of
big cup match
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The chairman of Epping Town Football Club has issued a 'your club needs you' plea ahead of Saturday's visit of Great Baddow in the Third Round of the Essex Senior League Cup.
The winners will have a home quarter-final tie against either Catholic United or Sungate.
The match is at the Stonards Hill recreation ground, Epping, with a 1.30pm kick-off.
Club chairman Chris Ottaway added: "Great Baddow are a Premier Division outfit and being at home must be made to be an advantage.
"We had 60 people at the last game and if we could double that then the home atmosphere will act as an extra player.
"This game is so important to all of us - your support is needed and will be greatly appreciated."
He added: "Once again we have been out around the town putting up posters and would like to thank the shops and businesses who are displaying them for us.
"The match is the biggest for the club for many years and it would be marvellous to see the town turn out to support the lads as we aim for a place in the quarter-finals."
The club is keen to attract ball boys and ball girls for the match. Anyone who would like to be involved should turn up on the day.
The match is the second for the new-look club since its return to the Tidys Lane ground following the refurbishment of the changing rooms at the Jack Silley Pavilion.
The club this week received the backing of Epping Town Council over its wish for a spectator shelter and seating and is now set to work with the council to try and secure grant funding.
Epping's Tesco store has showed its support for the club by donating 18 drinks bottles for use by the players this weekend.
Gemma Murless, from Epping Tesco, said: "We are pleased to be able to help the team and hope they progress in the competition on Saturday."
Mr Ottaway said: "We would like to thank Tesco for their kind gesture.
"We are delighted with the support being shown in the club by the local business community but would still welcome input from local shops and companies, as well as local people, who would like to help us progress and be successful both on and off the pitch."