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Leyton Orient’s five-game barren run ended after an emphatic win over Peter Taylor’s mid-table Gills on Saturday.
The O’s were four up by the break with David Mooney hitting a brace and ably assisted by clinical Dean Cox and Kevin Lisbie strikes. Sub, Chris Dagnall rounded off an outstanding display, before Craig Fagan his Gills’ late consolation.
Orient started brightly and a slick fourth minute passing move ended with loan man, John Lundstram, picking out Mooney, who coolly slotted under former Orient keeper, Stuart Nelson, inside his near post.
The long-suffering O’s faithful had to wait barely four minutes when Cox found the net for the 14th time this season with the sweetest of strikes after the overlapping Elliott Omozusi had cleverly engineered the move.
There was no let up and Mooney hit his second on 34 minutes after Lisbie dispossessed Charlie Lee and unselfishly squared for the Irishman, who side-footed home from all of 12 yards.
It was turning into a rou... read on

Concord Rangers remained in the top half of the Skrill Conference South with another away day special. This time FA Trophy finalists Gosport Borough w... read on
Essex Cassells Under 16s Cup Final.

Two early goals from Ruben Duarte and Harry Pearson on Wednesday set Tilbury en route to a 3-0 Cassells C... read on
Ryan Imbert came back to haunt his former club, scoring a brace as Romford made it eight wins in a row against play off chasing landlords Thurrock. <... read on
Leyton Orient endured a bittersweet Saturday afternoon after losing again at home – but booked at least a play-off spot.
Former Orient striker – A... read on

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