|WALID MATATA (HARINGEY BOROUGH)
GAVIN COCKMAN (SAWBRIDGEWORTH TOWN)
|TONY COOKEY (LONDON BARI)
DARRELL COX (HARINGEY BOROUGH)
ILIE VASILI (FC ROMANIA)
|LIAM NASH (HULLBRIDGE SPORTS)
FAHAD NYANJA (CLAPTON)
DAVID RATCLIFFE (STANSTED)
|JOSH AGUA (WALTHAM FOREST)
DEAN FENTON (HARINGEY BOROUGH)
|TASHAN BRADSHAW-BROWN (FC ROMANIA)
GREIG TAYLOR (TAKELEY)
|AARON BALDWIN (SOUTHEND MANOR)
SORIN BUGIU (FC ROMANIA)
GEORGE SHELVEY (BARKING)
In the race for the Essex Senior League golden boot it's ex Enfield Town player Walid Matata (Haringey Borough) and Sawbridgeworth Town's Gavin Cockman leading the way on sixteen goals in the league matches they have played. Matata's total includes the seven goals he scored in the one match against Enfield 1893 FC. Cockman has played for Enfield 1893 FC, Takleley previously and scored a good amount of goals for Bishops Stortford Swifts in the Essex Olympian League in 2012 and 2013.
Ex Hadley, Broxbourne Borough and Hoddesdon Town player Tony Cookey is having a great season for his current club London Bari. He is on eleven goals along with Darrell Cox of Haringey Borough (ex of Cheshunt and Chesham United) and Ilie Vasili of FC Romania.
Billericay Town manager Craig Edwards has recently signed Liam Nash from Hullbridge Sports after the 18 year old striker scored 19 goals in 28 games in the 2013/14 season and 9 goals already this season. Nash is a really exciting prospect and has signed on contract with The New Lodge side. Nash made a scoring debut for his new club in coming off the bench in the Ryman League Cup 8-2 victory over Great Wakering Rovers on Monday 6th October.
Nash is joined on nine goals along with Farhad Nyanja of Clapton and David Ratcliffe of Stansted. Nynaja is known as 'Ninja' and has also played for London APSA in the Essex Senior League. The Clapton Ultras song goes 'We'd rather have a ninja than Neymar'.
Tashan Bradshaw-Brown signed for FC Romania earlier in the season and has played for Hanwell Town and Haringey Borough in the past - He came through the youth system at Wingate and Finchley where he also played for the first team. He has scored seven goals already for the Theobalds Lane side.
Barking's George Shelvey, currently on six goals, is the older brother of Swansea City's Jonjo.