Biggest victories
9-0 v Hullbridge Sports (H), Essex Senior League 21.10.95

Kevin Rendell's haul of four goals in 33 minutes stands as the Club record for best individual scoring in one match. This game sees the competitive debut of Boro's new striped shirts, the first significant re-design since the Club began in 1992. Boro's thunder is stolen somewhat by the news that Collier Row won 9-0 at home to Witham Town the same day.
9-2 v Hemel Hempstead (H), ICIS League Division Two 8.3.97

Martin Hayes scores a hat-trick, having scored all four in Boro's 4-0 win at Hemel earlier in the season. The visitors are bottom of the table and field a very young side. A young reporter from the Daily Express is at the game on work experience and has with him a video camera - but misses every goal, including a penalty from Hayes.
8-1 v London APSA (H), Essex Senior League Cup Group Three 26.10.04

Jordan Tolan scores twice on his debut as Boro cruise into a 6-0 lead at half-time by exploiting APSA's dreadful offside trap. The margin of victory helps Boro set Southend Manor the impossible task of winning their last match by seventeen goals to qualify from the group.
8-1 v Beaumont Athletic (A), Essex Senior League 21.10.06

The league newcomers, conceding an average of six goals per game so far this season, seem to offer passive resistance as Boro rack up the Club's biggest ever away win. Seven of the eight goals come in a 32-minute spell roughly in the middle of the match.
8-2 v Whyteleafe (A), Ryman League Division One 2.5.98

Vinny John finishes with a hat-trick as Boro run in five goals in the last twenty minutes, to finish the league season in seventh place but top scorers in the division with 92 goals.
7-1 v Eton Manor (H), Essex Senior League 19.12.95

Michael Milton scores four from centre-back and Steve Portway hits a hat-trick as Boro lead 5-1 at half-time, with Manor's offside trap looking decidedly rusty.
6-0 v East Ham United (H), Essex Senior League 28.11.95

Arranged at short notice at East Ham's request, Romford stroll to a victory that completes a 100% November. The Other Hammers finish the league season with no wins and just three points from 28 games.
6-0 v Congleton Town (H), F A Cup Third Qualifying Round 02.10.99

Trevor Paul scores four as the long journey takes its toll on Congleton, who only trail 1-0 at half-time.
6-0 v Bowers United (H), Eastway Essex Senior League 22.11.03

Kevin Clark hits a hat-trick as Boro score five in the second half. The other three are scored by substitutes, two from Steve King who scores with his first touch and the other from Jason Friend, who had missed the start because he was busy websurfing and lost track of the time.
6-0 v Southend Manor (A), Essex Thames-side Trophy Third Round 24.2.04

Part of a run of five games in which they score 21 goals, this takes Boro into their first semi-final for four years.
6-0 v Burnham Ramblers (A), Eastway Essex Senior League 27.3.04

Jason Friend wins a bottle of champagne from the supporters for scoring a hat-trick before half-time. Boro's three visits to this ground this season see them score ten goals with none conceded, all against different opposition, including Boro's only league win to date away to Eton Manor and a 3-0 win over Ilford to lift the Gordon Brasted Memorial Trophy.
6-0 v Stansted (H), Essex Senior League Cup Group Three 4.12.04

Stansted have already won the group but Boro need a win to leave Southend Manor having to win their last group match. Boro's margin of victory leaves Southend needing to win by seventeen goals. Sky Sports are recording the game for a feature on goalkeeper Neil Finn, but he is so underworked that Boro take him off to give youngster Jak Wright a run-out.
6-0 v Stansted (A), Essex Senior League 11.11.06

Petrit Elbi helps himself to a hat-trick as Boro keep up a 100% record in this fixture stretching right back to their first ever visit in 1993.