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Nov 4, 2012
A MAN has pleaded guilty to affray and entering the pitch during the Essex derby at Roots Hall, earlier this month.
Mark Coshever, 39, of Eaton Place, Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, pleaded guilty to the charges at Southend Magistrates Court this morning.

He admitted leaving the stand and entering the playing area during the Essex derby between Southend United and Colchester United at Roots Hall on February 6.

He proceeded to walk across the pitch and aim a short burst of punches at the Colchester United fans before he was restrained by stewards.
He walked back to the Southend United fans but was not arrested.

A few days later, on February 9, he haanded himself in at Rayleigh police station and gave a statement to police, who subsequently arrested him
He has yet to be sentenced.