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Monday 15 July 2019

 



nervous rec
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Jul 15, 2019, 9:31 PM

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Location: Farnborough, Hants
Team(s): Aldershot Town

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Stabaek 3 Sarpsborg 08 3
Norwegian Eliteserien (Premier League)
Admission 250 kronor Programme Free

This was 3rd bottom v 2nd bottom at the start of play. The visitors kicked off, and 53 seconds later they were 1-0 up. Stabaek then had total domination, without really causing too many problems. On 26 minutes, the visitors had another attack, and scored. The game always had the feeling though that Stabaek would hit back, and they did on 41 minutes. Right on time they had a golden opportunity to equalise when awarded a penalty, but the visiting keeper saved it. 10 minutes into the second half Sarpsborg restored their two goal lead, but still there was a feeling that the game was not over. 10 minutes from time Stabaek pulled another goal back, then with the clock ticking down, and 6 minutes of extra time almost played, the equaliser came, and the home fans went home happy. Stabaek currently play in the Nadderud Stadion. Not a great venue, the main, old stand has covered seating down one side, with what I presume used to be terracing in front of it, but now has seats bolted to the terracing. The roof does not cover the lower seats though, and just before half time when the rain started, a mass exodus ensued to the upper area. The other side has uncovered seating running the length of the pitch, again, it would appear that it used to be terracing. Spectators are not allowed behind both goals, not that many would want to be there as there is a running track between pitch and spectator area, making the area behind the goal significantly distant from the action. However behind one of the goals there was terracing, now overgrown, and crush barriers. The programme was available from the entrances, and to reach the ground from Oslo Bus Terminal take the bus no 150 to the Nadderud Stadion stop, directly outside the ground, journey time around 30 minutes.



Divisions completed: SW Peninsula League Premier Division West, Welsh Premier League, JD Cymru South Division, Airtricity Irish Premier, Gibraltar Divisions 1 & 2



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cherryhopper
Chelsea Transfer Target

Jul 15, 2019, 11:21 PM

Posts: 4656
Location: The Premier League town of Bournemouth
Team(s): AFC Bournemouth, Verwood Town, Sunderland

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Arran Dairies League (1900)
Lamlash 7-0 Northend Thistle
Attendance 38 h/c - F + N

Needed Plan B after there was no sign of life at Sandbrae where Southend were due to host Shiskine, perhaps the visitors, who regularly suffer double figure defeats, couldn't raise a side. Still had a nice afternoon enjoying the sunshine on the adjacent beach, lovely ground I'd like to get back to and see a game on one day. Lamlash play at Arran High School, not so aesthetically pleasing but from two sides you get stunning views of two hills, one heavily forested, behind less than picturesque tenement houses behind one goal. Ground has its own entrance off a back road in between a line of trees which enclose this side and a building behind the goal known as the Hay Barn and used by a few local businesses. A driveway leads around the pitch to the far side where there is a children's play area between the pitch and main school building. On the pitch it was a comfortable win for the hosts with one player, Johnny Sloss scoring four of his team's 7 Goals. They opened the scoring midway through the first half with two goals in as many minutes and added another two before the break. Three more goals followed in the second half, the 6th a penalty. No players were booked the whole game, would have been difficult for the referee to caution any Northend players as they didn't have numbers on their backs! He would have to rely on them being honest enough to admit if they already had a yellow card.


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Wiretown.Editor
First Team Regular


Jul 15, 2019, 11:40 PM

Posts: 1295
Location: New Brighton or Hawarden (both in Wales)
Team(s): Warrington Town are #1, Leeds Utd, Stranraer, Matlock Tn, Warrington Wolves

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Tony Evans Memorial Shield Semi Final (@ Caerwys)
Llandyrnog 2 Cefn 1
No admission or prog, raffle £1
Tea bar was open (did not partake)
Att. 120 appx.


A full on cup tie from the off. Both sides gave it a real go but in the end two great finishes from Dyrny were the difference with the winner the pick of those two. Cefn took the lead from a penalty but Dyrny levelled and then got the winner, a twenty five or thirty yarder shot that came back off the right post and in. The keeper had no chance. Both teams worked really hard and in truth were lucky not to be down in number with some robust challenges, but the ref was very selective in showing cards, most notably with a Dyrny defender who would I am sure have been booked had he not already had one. Very good entertainment and I think much enjoyed by my wife Hilary who accompanied me this evening. Also good to see and enjoy good conversation with John from Grappenhall once again.

Caerwys is a pleasant venue on a cloudy but clement evening. It was roped down either side and part fenced on the dug-outs side of which there were two. A decent attendance added to the evening and atmosphere.

No post match refreshments on this occasion. Just back down the country lanes. A very enjoyable evening.


barcud-coch
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Jul 15, 2019, 11:40 PM

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Hay St Mary’s 1 Newbridge 3

Forest Road: Pre-Season Friendly

This was my second visit to Forest Road within the space of five days after watching the home club’s opening pre-season fixture of the new campaign. Hay St Mary’s suffered a 6-3 defeat at the hands of Hereford FC under-18s after having led 3-1 against their Midland Floodlit Youth League opponents in the early stages of the second-half of the match. The young Bulls took advantage of some changes in the host’s rearguard to score five unanswered goals in the space of just over 20 minutes. This evening’s opponents were former foes of the Saints last season in the MMP with Norman Lloyd Mid Wales League second Division before gaining promotion to the top echelon. The two teams met in a pair of high-scoring league encounters last term, as the Saints won 8-1 on their travels, before Newbridge gained their own revenge with a 5-2 victory a few weeks later. The villagers commenced their preparations for the new campaign with a 3-0 success over Mid Wales League (South) outfit Brecon Northcote.

The home team opened the scoring within a minute of the kick-off after breaking quickly down the right and Kieran Patel's cross from out on the right was met with a close range volley by Matty Tong past the Newbridge goalkeeper. Tong went on to strike an upright in the tenth minute after latching on to a through ball and beating the goalkeeper. The visitors levelled the scores after 33 minutes when the impressive Lyndon Jones cut in from the left touchline and drove into the penalty area before driving a low shot into the far corner of the net past Saints custodian James Barker. Newbridge had a couple of close range efforts blocked on the stroke of the interval as the teams went into the half-time break on level terms. hay St Mary's saw their 59th minute free-kick sliced against the crossbar by a Newbridge defender before the Radnorshire men went ahead for the first time with 11 minutes remaining on the clock. Newbridge broke swiftly from their own half before Tom Brown cut inside a home defender in the Hay St Mary's penalty area and fired past Baker. The advantage was doubled five minutes later following an error by Baker that Brown pounced on to score his second of the evening.

2019/20 Statistics
Goals: 60
Matches: 11
New Grounds: 3


buncranaboy
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Jul 15, 2019, 11:58 PM

Posts: 17907
Location: South Birmingham
Team(s): Barnstoneworth United; Bostock Stanley

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Derby/Ashbourne Summer League : Broughton Wanderers 3 Brassington 1. Att : 32. F&N


The Town Crier made his way to my Erdington workplace from where it was under an hour's travel to Church Broughton, a small village just off the A50 a few miles north of Hilton where the nearest shop is to be found! On a beautiful evening, we had time for a cool cider at the quaint Holly Bush Inn which is just about the only non-residential property in the village other than the primary school which is next to the Playing Field.
As to be expected it's a most basic venue being just roped off with no football furniture whatsoever and the players change in their cars on the road outside. On this sunny evening, it was quite a delightful place to be with views across rolling hills and pastoral landscapes.
Finding information about the Summer League is not easy and I've been unable to detect any web presence, so thanks to Tim of this parish for the fixture information which enabled me to re-complete the league this evening having missed this ground when it was previously used (can't remember by who).
The football wasn't bad at all with the home side deserving the points despite Brassington levelling after the interval. No idea of league placings or future fixtures though those of Broughton were on a poster pinned to the inside of the door into the gents in the pub.
Roads all behaved so back in B32 just after 9.30. Season 19/20 is under way...............


dottirofhod
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Jul 16, 2019, 8:31 AM

Posts: 13534
Location: The North. 'Ich hassen lehm kopfs'
Team(s): Crewe Alex and obviously England.(Unlike a lot on here)

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Finding information about the Summer League is not easy Angelic and I've been unable to detect any web presence, so thanks to Tim of this parish for the fixture information which enabled me to re-complete the league this evening having missed this ground when it was previously used (can't remember by who).
No idea of league placings.



Sure it's been mentioned many times in Summer League fixtures on how / who to get details / updates on.

Very good Facebook page Fixtures/Results/League Tables/ Games Off etc ( It's a group so you will have to apply , if they let me in !) and regular E Mails from league sec if you ask him.

Put 'Who needs the Premier League' into your Facebook search.

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It was and still is 4th v 3rd.


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2 of the 6 games tonight were not played , opponents could not raise team.
Ashbourne @ Doveridge.
Biggin @ Hulland.




July 1, 2019 to June 30,2020 = 35 / 30/ 5/ inc 2 x 0-0's. (You know my rules) @ 11 / 08 / 2019.
2019/20. Benelux = Bel = 0-0-0-(0-0-0)-(0-2-3-2)/ Lux = 0-3 / Neth = 0-0-0-(2 - 2) Others France = 0-0 / Germany =0-0-0 / Italy =0-3/ Iberia = P = 0-1 & S = 0-1.

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prorege
Man City Transfer Target!


Jul 16, 2019, 9:09 AM

Posts: 6943
Location: Kingdom of Fife
Team(s): Fife teams

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Clydesdale Cup Final
Lanark United v Carluke Rovers, 2-2, Carluke won on penalties, Att 300, Admission £5, No paper, Pie and Irn Bru £2.50
At Moor Park, Lanark

The Clydesdale Cup may be played pre-season but it certainly isn’t Friendly. With local bragging rights at stake this was a full contact, full on battle. The referee did his best to keep it low key but eventually had to produce a rash of cards, including two reds. It could easily have been twice that number.

Carluke were leading 2-1 going into stoppage time but conceded a late equaliser. However, it was the visitors who performed better in the penalty shoot out. The first four kicks were all missed or saved with Carluke winning 3-1 in the end.

The first red card was actually a second yellow for a Carluke player for a scything challenge on an opponent on the half way line. Lanark’s red was for “denying a clear goalscoring opportunity” as a defender hauled back a Carluke player who was homing in on goal.

There was a fine turnout of supporters from both clubs and a good smattering of neutrals. Several groundhoppers were there, including some who post here from time to time. Nice to have a chat with Margret and Jens from Germany. Moor Park looked immaculate on a sunny evening – the pitch was in top condition and the surrounds were, as usual, perfectly groomed. It’s a ground where you can take your car in – and 50 or more took advantage of this.

There’s old fashioned concrete terracing around the oval shaped ground with two decent sized covered areas on the pavilion side. With traditional grounds getting fewer and fewer then this is one to put on your list.

Paper is all but unknown at Lanark. Only time in a dozen or so visits that I got a programme was a Junior Cup Quarter Final against Kelty about 12 years ago. The pies were average – factory produced rather than artisan bakery, I’m afraid.


dottirofhod
Man City Transfer Target!


Jul 16, 2019, 10:15 AM

Posts: 13534
Location: The North. 'Ich hassen lehm kopfs'
Team(s): Crewe Alex and obviously England.(Unlike a lot on here)

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Arran Dairies League (1900)
Lamlash 7-0 Northend Thistle

Needed Plan B after there was no sign of life at Sandbrae where Southend were due to host Shiskine, perhaps the visitors, who regularly suffer double figure defeats, couldn't raise a side ================================= On the pitch it was a comfortable win for the hosts with one player, Johnny Sloss scoring four of his team's 7 Goals.




More to do with Brodick 1 v 2 Southend in the Arran Cup Final on Saturday. ====================================



Sloss is on 12 league goals in the chase for the 'Milk Boot' with Ryan Armstrong of Southend on 6. Armstrong has 2 games in hand inc the one above that was off.

Sloss has 1 Arran Cup goal , Armstrong 6.



July 1, 2019 to June 30,2020 = 35 / 30/ 5/ inc 2 x 0-0's. (You know my rules) @ 11 / 08 / 2019.
2019/20. Benelux = Bel = 0-0-0-(0-0-0)-(0-2-3-2)/ Lux = 0-3 / Neth = 0-0-0-(2 - 2) Others France = 0-0 / Germany =0-0-0 / Italy =0-3/ Iberia = P = 0-1 & S = 0-1.

Now blogging at https://eccentricity.video.blog/



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