Four-star Orient go to Town

Goals from Ben Chorley, Ryan Brunt, Jimmy Smith and Kevin Lisbie earned Leyton Orient a 4-1 home win over Yeovil in League One on Tuesday.

Last Updated: 18/09/12 at 23:45

Chorley: On the scoresheet for Orient

Chorley: On the scoresheet for Orient

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The O's were given an early boost after three minutes at Brisbane Road when Chorley headed on a long throw from fellow centre-half Nathan Clarke which left Glovers keeper Marek Stech flat-footed.

Brunt doubled the lead after Lee Cook delivered an inch-perfect cross from the left to the far post where the unmarked striker rose to powerfully head the ball home.

The visitors were revitalised by a goal from Sam Foley after 55 minutes after a cross from Korey Smith eluded the home defence.

It was a false dawn, though, with Smith restoring the two-goal cushion after 71 minutes when he netted from three yards from Gary Sawyer's corner.

And 11 minutes from time O's keeper Ryan Allsop's goal-kick was headed on by Brunt and Lisbie raced onto the ball and slipped it between the legs of Stech to complete the rout.

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