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PREVIEW: Bromley v Leyton Orient

15 August 2017

The O’s make the short trip to Hayes Lane this evening as we face Bromley (kick-off 7.45pm) for our latest Vanarama National League fixture.

Orient will be looking to continue the fine form that saw Steve Davis’ side secure back-to-back home victories, including Saturday's 2-0 win over Maidstone United.

David Mooney opened the scoring on the hour mark with a header to register his second goal in as many games, before substitute Romauld Boco rolled home in stoppage time to seal the three points.    

Bromley have enjoyed a solid start and are yet to taste defeat this season.

The Ravens registered a goalless draw against Eastleigh on the opening day, before claiming a 2-1 midweek victory away to Dover Athletic with goals coming from Joshua Rees and Louis Dennis.

Saturday saw Neil Smith's side claim their second stalemate of the season, when held to a 0-0 draw at Macclesfield Town.

The Hayes Lane outfit finished 10th in the National League last season.


Head Coach Steve Davis has a fully fit squad available at his disposal once again.

Davis hinted on Saturday that there may be changes to the side that has started the opening three fixtures with Craig Clay, Josh Koroma and Romauld Boco challenging for starting spots following impressive substitute appearances.


Head Coach Steve Davis ahead of the trip to Hayes Lane – here.


The away allocation for this evening’s fixture was increased to 1,000 on Saturday, and tickets are available to purchase until 2pm with less than 100 tickets still available.

Tickets can be collected from the Matchroom Stadium up until 2pm this afternoon, and then from collections window at away turnstiles at Bromley from around 6pm.


Can’t make the game? Follow live updates through the official Twitter feed, or listen to audio commentary from Dulcet Dave on Ozone.

Audio commentary will be available through the match centre on the fixtures page, with commentary starting 30 minutes before kick-off.

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Match Reports

REPORT: Bromley 6-1 Leyton Orient

O's suffer heavy defeat at Hayes Lane

15 August 2017

The O’s suffered a first defeat in three this evening as we fell to a heavy 6-1 loss at Bromley.

Goals from George Porter and Jack Holland put the hosts ahead at the break, before Josh Rees and Adam Mekki notched after the break.

Forward Macauley Bonne pulled one back on the 66th minute, but Bromley added a fifth on the 74th minute as Holland notched his second before Brett Williams completed the scoring two minutes from time.

Having recorded six points from our opening three fixtures, Head Coach Steve Davis made two changes for the trip to Hayes Lane as Josh Koroma and Romuald Boco came in for Jobi McAnuff and James Dayton who both dropped to the bench.

With a strong Orient following in attendance, the O’s got off to an encouraging start as forward David Mooney first saw a shot from distance held by former loanee David Gregory, before having a shot deflected wide of the post.

Despite the promising opening few minutes, it was Bromley who made the breakthrough on the 11th minute through a former O when George Porter glanced a header beyond Charlie Grainger and into the back of the net.

Having fallen behind, Grainger brilliantly denied the hosts a second goal six minutes later when the O’s number one pulled off a great stop to thwart Louis Dennis after the Bromley forward had pounced on a defensive error from George Elokobi.

Captain Charlie Lee then saw a shot deflected wide of the post as we pushed for an equaliser, and moments later Elokobi looked to have levelled the tie with a powerful header from Romuald Boco’s corner only for Gregory to parry away the effort.

Unable to force an equaliser, the O’s were dealt another blow six minutes before the break as Bromley captain Jack Holland emphatically headed home from Frankie Sutherland’s corner to double their lead.

As the half drew to a close, Josh Koroma and Macauley Bonne saw efforts blocked either side of Luke Wanadio being denied by Grainger as Bromley went into the break with a two-goal advantage.

Looking for a strong reaction from his side in the second half, Head Coach Steve Davis made a double substitution as Jobi McAnuff and James Dayton replaced Boco and Koroma.

The substitutions proved to have an immediate impact for the O’s as McAnuff saw a free-kick blocked before clipping a cross back into the box which found Josh Coulson whose header was brilliantly tipped over by Gregory.

Dayton was then in the thick of the action soon after as he played a brilliant one-two with Bonne before drilling a low shot towards the bottom corner which was parried away by Gregory.

Despite the pressure it was the hosts who grabbed the third goal of the night, when midfielder Josh Rees poked home from close range after Wanadio’s effort was parried up in the air by Grainger and Jake Caprice failed to clear the danger in time.

It was 4-0 just after the hour when Louis Dennis drove forward and saw thumping drive parried away by Grainger, but only into the path of Adam Mekki who was left with a simple finish into an empty net.

A strong response was certainly needed, and with just under 25 minutes remaining the O’s pulled a goal back when Mooney expertly picked out Bonne in the area with a chested pass before the forward kept his composure to register his first goal for the Club.

Bromley were able to add a fifth however on the 74th minute, when captain Holland bagged his second of the night after Orient failed to clear a corner into the box.

With five minutes remaining Lee looked to have pulled another goal back with a header from close range, only to be denied by Gregory who wonderfully tipped his effort over the bar.

As the full time whistle approached Bromley added a sixth as substitute Brett Williams benefitted from a loose pass from Lee to round Grainger and fire home to round off a disappointing evening for the O’s.

BROMLEY: Gregory, Wynter, Chorley (Johnson 76), Holland (C), Sterling, Wanadio, Sutherland, Rees (Raymond 82), Mekki, Porter (Williams 72), Dennis
SUBS: Dunne, Allen
GOALS: Porter (11), Holland (39 & 74), Rees (55), Mekki (62), Williams (88)
BOOKED: Chorley (48), Rees (71)

ORIENT: Grainger, Caprice, Coulson, Elokobi, Widdowson, Lawless, Lee (C), Koroma (Dayton HT), Boco (McAnuff HT), Mooney, Bonne
SUBS: Sargeant, Clark, Clay
GOALS: Bonne (66)
BOOKED: Caprice (59), Lawless (77)

REFEREE: Samuel Allison
ATTENDANCE: 3,346 (1,037 Orient supporters)

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Ticket News

TICKETS: Bromley (A)

8 August 2017

Vanarama National League
Bromley v Leyton Orient
Tuesday, August 15, 2017. Kick Off 7.45pm

Tickets for this ALL-TICKET fixture go on sale to Season Ticket Holders only at a rate of one ticket per person on Tuesday, August 8 at 11am.  This policy will be strictly enforced as the number of season ticket holders exceeds the number of match tickets available (750). These tickets are all unreserved terracing.

Tickets will be available online using the tickets menu at or in person. No phone bookings will be accepted for this match.

To purchase online, supporters must log in using their correct season ticket record – if you are unsure what this is, or have any problems, please contact the ticket office at [email protected] and we will confirm/reset your log in details. The Friends & Family option is available and you will need to know the surname and customer number in order to book on their behalf.

Season Ticket Holders have until close of business on Saturday, August 12 after the Maidstone United game to purchase their ticket. 

Any tickets remaining after this time will go on general sale at a rate of one per customer on Monday, August 14 at 9am.

Tickets will go off sale on Tuesday, August 15 at 12 noon and any uncollected tickets at this time will be taken to Bromley FC for collection on matchday.

Prices for this match are as follows:

Adults £15
Over 65/Students over 21 £10
Under 16/Students (16-21) £5

 Disabled or elderly Leyton Orient supporters (requiring seating) should call Bromley FC on 0208 460 5291                  

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