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Dancers make TV final

TWO BASILDON girls have sailed through to the finals of a TV dance contest.
Alice Smith, 13, from Basildon, and India Cooney, 11, from Wickford, impressed judges on Sky1's Got To Dance when they performed with street dance outfit IMD Legion. ... read on

TWO MASKED men tied up a woman as they searched her flat. read on...
A CAMPAIGN to create 100 new apprentices in 100 days is making 'fantastic' progress, organisers have said. read on...
A WOMAN was paid £5,000 after an Essex hospital removed her ovary for no reason. read on...
ESSEX Council has been handed a 'suckers list' containing the names of 2,700 Essex residents. read on...

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Capital One Cup, 2nd Round

Leyton Orient pulled off a giant-killing act after a fine victory against their Premiership hosts, on Wednesday night.

Super-sub, Romain Vincelot, booked their place in the next round with a home tie against Sheffield United.

Boss, Russell Slade made six changes from the weekend Walsall stalemate, but his side coped ably with the likes of Joe Cole and Darren Bent in a lively first-half.

Villa's pace on the break - however - was always a problem and Mathieu Baudry did well to get behind Leandro Bacuna's 16th minute, before Plymouth penalty shoot-out hero, Gary Woods, did very well to snuff out a clean-through Bent.

Orient - always confident in possession - grew into the contest and captain for the evening, David Mooney, wasted a glorious 37th minute chance heading Elliott Omozusi pin-point cross well wide.

The O's were nearly made to pay a minute later, but Bent completely missed his header from an Alan Hutton c... read on

Barclays Premier League

IMPRESSIVE West Ham United relieved some of the pressure on manager Sam Allardyce with a comfortable 3-1 Barclays Prem... read on


Barclays Premier League

IMPRESSIVE West Ham United relieved some of the pressure on manager Sam Allardyce with a comfortable 3-1 Barclays Prem... read on


Barclays Premier League

IMPRESSIVE West Ham United relieved some of the pressure on manager Sam Allardyce with a comfortable 3-1 Barclays Prem... read on


Barclays Premier League

IMPRESSIVE West Ham United relieved some of the pressure on manager Sam Allardyce with a comfortable 3-1 Barclays Prem... read on


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