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Friday 3rd May 2019

 



barcud-coch
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May 3, 2019, 11:14 PM

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Hereford Lads Club 2 Ludlow Town 1

Old School Lane: Herefordshire FA Women’s Challenge Cup Final

This evening’s match provided a quick return to Old School Lane after having watch Hereford v Stratford Town in the Midland Floodlit Youth League last night. This was the first time I had attended the final of the competition but had watched Ludlow Town win their semi-final at Hay St Mary’s. These two team are familiar foes as they are members of the Mid West Counties League. Hereford Lads Club found themselves third in the league after enjoying a 6-0 home win over basement club Meadow Park last Sunday. The County Ground club had defeated league rivals Hereford and Bartestree en route to the final. Ludlow Town came into the final three places behind their opponents and had recorded a 5-0 victory over lowly Welland in their last outing three weeks ago. The Shropshire club had overcame Herefordshire FA Women’s Development League outfits Belmont Wanderers and Hay St Mary’s in negotiating their way to tonight’s match.

Hereford Lads Club eventually broke the deadlock four minutes before the interval, in a competitive encounter, when a low cross from the right side of the penalty area was turned home from close range by Mel Mayo. The Hereford outfit doubled their advantage 11 minutes after the half-time break when they broke quickly, following a clearance kick by their own custodian, which eventually led to Amy Bradley scoring past the Ludlow Town goalkeeper from close range. The Shropshire club pulled a goal back in the 69th minute, with the goal of the evening, when a Ludlow Town player struck a dipping half-volley over the head of the Lads Club custodian from just over 25 yards out. Despite their best efforts, the Salopians were unable to score a second goal that would force the final into an additional 30 minutes and it was the Hereford club that collected the trophy following the final whistle.

2018/19 Statistics
Goals: 827
Matches: 184
New Grounds: 16


mxhornet
First Team Star


May 4, 2019, 7:21 AM

Posts: 1576
Location: Norwich
Team(s): Watford, Celtic, Ajax, Kings Lynn Town and all local ladies teams.

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Easton - 5 Bungay Town - 1
Anglian Combination Division One
Easton College 3G pitch
Attendance - 20ish
Admission - free
Programme - none issued

The last game of the season in this division with Bungay Town assured of third win, lose or draw and Easton could rise from 8th to 6th with a win but in reality nothing much on the game and BT hadn't played for 3 weeks and it showed. Easton went 1-0 up inside 30 seconds but BT drew level after 10 minutes, Easton scored another two after 19 & 21 minutes before making it 4-1 5 minutes before half time. In between the third and fourth goals Easton were down to 10 players due to a sin binning. The second half was dominated by substitutions and lacked any real flow, however Easton did score a fifth after 80 minutes.
A small gathering of hoppers present two locals and two from further afield.



Watford FC supporter hence the name also follow Hull FC but rarely get to see either these days.

Have now visited over 800 grounds, progress in recent years has been rather slow and will continue to be as things stand.


rebus
Youth Team Regular

May 4, 2019, 11:07 AM

Posts: 229
Location: North Norfolk
Team(s): Wroxham & Barnet

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Easton - 5 Bungay Town - 1
Anglian Combination Division One
Easton College 3G pitch
Attendance - 20ish
Admission - free
Programme - none issued

The last game of the season in this division with Bungay Town assured of third win, lose or draw and Easton could rise from 8th to 6th with a win but in reality nothing much on the game and BT hadn't played for 3 weeks and it showed. Easton went 1-0 up inside 30 seconds but BT drew level after 10 minutes, Easton scored another two after 19 & 21 minutes before making it 4-1 5 minutes before half time. In between the third and fourth goals Easton were down to 10 players due to a sin binning. The second half was dominated by substitutions and lacked any real flow, however Easton did score a fifth after 80 minutes.
A small gathering of hoppers present two locals and two from further afield.


Also at this one. I thought the atmosphere between the two managers was turning toxic during the first half. However, amusingly the referee asked them to hug each other (which they did) before the second half started, which was then played out in good spirits from both sides.


colpic
Chelsea Transfer Target


May 6, 2019, 3:30 PM

Posts: 3363
Location: North West Lincolnshire
Team(s): Scotter United (Scunthorpe League), AFC Telford(home town club),

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Goytre Utd 1 Penybont 5
Welsh Lge Div 1 Adm £3 Prog £1 Att 83

Penybont showed why they are champions, playing the game at a fast pace and giving the hosts little chance to get into the game themselves. A defensive error yielded the first goal but Goytre managed to equalise against the run of play. After that superior fitness and ability told and the visitors won at a canter.

Glenhafod Park is on the outskirts of Goytre, a village high up in the hills above Port Talbot. It's a very scenic location and definitely one to put on the list. The covered seated stand is on the side nearest the car park and the main entrance. The changing block and the small canteen are behind the goal to the left, with the other two sides being uncovered flat hard standing. The ground is surrounded on all sides by hills.

As well as Old Knut and myself, ChelseaSpud was also present, along with a non-poster from Sussex.



Where's the 'ignore this poster' button?

 
 


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