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Dr Love
Chelsea Transfer Target


Sep 18, 2019, 5:39 PM

Posts: 3023
Location: Berks.
Team(s): Halifax Town

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Penn & Tylers Green 3-2 Milton United
Hellenic 1st Division East


Not a huge amount of league fixtures locally, most playing the various cup competitions. Played at Beaconsfield, which possibly barring new dugouts hasn't changed much since my last visit a couple of seasons ago.

Milton started the brighter and were good value for an early lead. Penn equalised just after the half hour mark against the run of play and soon scrambled a second. They were much the better side for the rest of the game, extending their advantage to 3-1 early in the second half after an attempted clearance by their keeper was hit directly at an oncoming striker. He did, however, make serval good saves to keep the score down. Milton pulled one back from long range in the 90th minute, but the one good chance after that fell to Penn (another good save from the keeper).


CleethorpesOggy
Youth Team Regular

Sep 18, 2019, 6:09 PM

Posts: 208
Location: Cleethorpes
Team(s): Cleethorpes Town FC; Arnold Town FC; Nottingham Forest FC

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Integro League Cup - First Round
Cleethorpes Town 1 Grantham Town 4
Att: 119 Adm: comp (usually £8) Prog: comp (usually £2)

Premier Division Grantham had too much quality in the finishing department for a young Owls side. The result does not quite tell the full story though. There were some impressive performances, notably from our two full-backs. Aged only 16 and 18, they can potentially look forward to a bright future.

A bit of a surprise that the Gingerbreads started with Craig Westcarr, who I remember from my days of actively following Forest. They played some slick football and the final scoreline probably accurately reflected the play.

Not often you go away quite pleased after a 4-1 reverse. However, I can take plenty of positives, not least the news that our lengthy injury list is slowly beginning to clear. Back to the bread-and-butter of the League against Wisbech on Saturday and hopefully a win.



2019/20 season: 17 competitive games
(11 NPL SE, 2 FA Cup, 2 FA Trophy, 1 League Cup, 1 FA Youth Cup)

Total goals: 66 (3.9 per game)
Most: 9 (Cleethorpes Town 5 Loughborough Dynamo 4 - 31/8/19)

Last 0-0: Ilkeston Town v Cleethorpes Town (Northern Premier League SE - 17/8/19)
(Current run: 16)

New grounds: 3 (Latest: Sutton Coldfield Town)


Hertspireite
Junior Team Star


Sep 18, 2019, 6:13 PM

Posts: 67
Location: Hertfordshire
Team(s): Chesterfield FC

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Bedford Town FC 0 - 0 Aylesbury United
Southern League Division 1 Central - Level 4
Attendance 186
New Eyrie
Adm £10/7 Programme £2 Tea £1.....and a new one for me...Car Park £1

My first visit to the New Eyrie, and the team are nicknamed the eagles, I did find 2 rather distinctive statues of 2 impressive looking eagles inside. The main stand is down one side of the pitch with the clubhouse under it. Each end had a cover made of metal behind each goal, which meant the singing supporters from each team could bang a rhythm out too. Also some covered standing behind the dug outs. There was a tea hut next to the toilets in the far corner.

There was a portakabin housing an impressive collection of Bedford home AND away programmes run by the Supporters Club, and it was open throughout the match. The club shop was also open selling replica shirts amongst other items.

The game was fairly matched, with one Aylesbury player being substituted off with an injury in the first half. Both sets of the (very vocal) supporters remonstrated with the referee at different times about when they thought a penalty should have been awarded (none were). The match was more enjoyable than the scoreline indicated, with some fast paced sprints, and good defending.



2018 -19 season. 7 new grounds.
2019 -20 season 17 new grounds.
Newest ground visited Sharpenhoe Road, Barton Rovers, Southern League Division 1 Central, Level 4

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FatCat
Junior Team Star


Sep 18, 2019, 6:33 PM

Posts: 62
Location: Silver End, Essex
Team(s): Witham Town, Rochdale & West Ham United

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Witham Town 1-1 Romford (HT: 0-1)
Bet Victor Isthmian League North (Step 4)
Admission: via season ticket, otherwise £8
Programme: £2 (didnít buy)
Attendance: 110

Romfordís first point of the season at the sixth attempt.
Romford took the lead not long before half time and we equalised with about 15 minutes to go.
Disappointed not to have taken all three points but we are still comfortably in the top half with practically a new team this season.


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GRIFFON
First Team Star

Sep 18, 2019, 8:42 PM

Posts: 2139
Location: Sunny Nunny
Team(s): Nuneaton Griff

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the team are nicknamed the eagles, I did find 2 rather distinctive statues of 2 impressive looking eagles inside.

They were either side of the entrance to the pitch from the large old stand at the former Eyrie ground.


totallyuntamed
First Team Star

Sep 21, 2019, 6:25 PM

Posts: 1561
Location: Coventry
Team(s): Solihull Moors

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Isthmian League Premier Division
Horsham 2 Wingate and Finchley 1 Admission £6 (concession) Programme £2 50/50 ticket £1

A very long walk from the bus station and even further from the railway station, it isn't recommended as there is a stretch without a pavement. You enter at the side of an impressive clubhouse via a pay hut. Refreshments are available from a hatch just behind the pay box and the players emerge from the other end of the clubhouse. The main stand, on the right as you enter, stretches for most of the length of the pitch and has 5 rows of seating in the club colours of yellow and green. The dugouts are on the opposite side of the pitch with 4 floodlight pylons on either side of the pitch. There are two further small stands equidistant from the halfway line on this side; one provides seating and one standing. At the far end of the pitch which is 4G is a slightly bigger stand offering covered standing. A wooden fence encloses the ground which is surrounded by woodland.
Wingate and Finchley turned up late which undoubtedly influenced their poor first half display in a scrappy and fractious game not helped by am over fussy referee. Numerous groundhopping glitterati were sighted Of whom 9 were off on a European tour immediately after the game. Bon voyage!



"There's a man with a mullet going mad with a mallet in Milletts".


royals26
Man City Transfer Target!


Sep 22, 2019, 11:02 PM

Posts: 6294
Location: Reading
Team(s): Reading

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FA Vase 2nd Qualifying Round Replay

The Middlesex Stadium, Breakspear Rd, Ruislip

HILLINGDON BOROUGH 1-2 HARBOROUGH TOWN
{STEP06 SSM1 19th of 20) v (STEP05 UCLP 4th of 20)

Adm: £5 prog was a gatefold card free


Att: hc 50 - official 55 - smattering of away fans


Directions: M4 jn 9/10 A404(M) up to Handy Cross - then M40 E bound to the end: take 2nd exit off A40 NE (B467) at the Hillingdon sign; bear left to Breakspear Rd (signed Harefield) then right @ the Breakspear Pub
- Entrance to the Stadium/complex ground on left opposite the Woodman Pub - big sign for the Stadium & extra parking off left at entrance. Nice Asian lady in the car park directed me - I initially thought she was marshalling people away from people parking for a private function in the club but it transpired she is an official at the football club - possibly something to do with the hospitality for visiting teams/officials etc?

Facilities: large bar 'clubhouse' quite plush did bar meals and burgers but maybe not many of the latter this eve as the outside grill looked unmanned - though there was some sort of hot food doing the rounds amongst stewards 2nd half?

It is a sports venue with lots of HD TVs in a large rectangular lounge - not sure what else -poss keep fit based on dress code - or maybe ladies of this environ dress that way on a evening out? AngelicWink
I'm told the venue is regularly booked for weddings/wakes etc

Possibly a lot of this was new since my last visit many yrs ago (c. 2006?) can vaguely recall a pavilion like building in roughly same position so maybe just refurbed
Set up above the pitch with a big 'be-decked' patio/terrace.

Further floodlit full size 3G(?) beyond main pitch - 'guarded' by Stewards - not sure if he was keeping those practising in or other spectators out?

Big seated stand at the other end - don't recall that from my previous visit.

Few other temporary portakabins/shipping containers and chalet style huts dotted about

Match: very even given the difference in relative positions - first tie had ended 3-3 with Borough a tad aggrieved they'd not progressed on the balance of play. No such issue tonight as Harborugh brought their main game and stifled the hosts
0-1
1-1
1-2 fired in close range to set up what promised to be a closer affair.
Ht

2nd half passed with out any significant incident of note - Borough pressed but couldn't force many clear openings against a well -drilled back line.

Arrived back in the clubhouse at FT for the pre-return comfort break to see Napoli notch a pen and Chelski miss one following protracted VAR pokery. The M40 looked a bit naff ahead so against my usual preference I swerved (gently) southwards down on to the Orbital and returned home via a fairly free-flowing if be-coned M4 - indoors by 22:30


Tim
Man City Transfer Target!


Sep 23, 2019, 2:11 PM

Posts: 8287
Location: Stourbridge, Charmouth
Team(s): Stourbridge, Welton Rovers

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Chard Town 2 Weymouth 2 (Western Counties Floodlit Youth League South Division) Att: 38 h/c

Firdt game I've seen in this league, rebranded from Somerset to Western Counties as its boundaries have expanded. An enjoyable tussle of modest standard, in which the visitors were 2 up with 20 minutes to go before the hosts came to life, and in the end should really have won it. Played in good spirit with a decent referee.

This was my first to Zembard Lane for 22 years, and a smashing ground it is, although the cover on the far side is now useless as it has a dugout in the middle of it. Wonderful slope, of course, and sad that it led to Chard's demotion to the county league. No admission, but a raffle ticket to pay for the officials was £2.


LeedsPhil
First Team Star

Sep 24, 2019, 12:22 AM

Posts: 2985
Location: exiled in Aberdeenshire
Team(s): Leeds + groundhopping

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Isthmian League Premier Division
Horsham 2 Wingate and Finchley 1 Admission £6 (concession) Programme £2 50/50 ticket £1

A very long walk from the bus station and even further from the railway station, it isn't recommended as there is a stretch without a pavement. You enter at the side of an impressive clubhouse via a pay hut. Refreshments are available from a hatch just behind the pay box and the players emerge from the other end of the clubhouse. The main stand, on the right as you enter, stretches for most of the length of the pitch and has 5 rows of seating in the club colours of yellow and green. The dugouts are on the opposite side of the pitch with 4 floodlight pylons on either side of the pitch. There are two further small stands equidistant from the halfway line on this side; one provides seating and one standing. At the far end of the pitch which is 4G is a slightly bigger stand offering covered standing. A wooden fence encloses the ground which is surrounded by woodland.
Wingate and Finchley turned up late which undoubtedly influenced their poor first half display in a scrappy and fractious game not helped by am over fussy referee. Numerous groundhopping glitterati were sighted Of whom 9 were off on a European tour immediately after the game. Bon voyage!


Yep, the precursor to the Grand Tour 2019, the first I've been invited to join after regaining my status of singleton. Utter pain the post-match motorway closures delaying our arrival at the pre-tunnel digs, so very limited hours' kip were had before a pre 6am departure to get through the tunnel the next morning...


Syd
Junior Team Sub

Sep 24, 2019, 4:44 PM

Posts: 17
Location: North Nottinghamshire
Team(s): Mansfield Town, Blidworth Welfare, Everton, Ground hopping.

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Mansfield T (0) 0 v Cambridge Utd (0) 4
League 2
Tuesday 17th Sept 2019

Field Mill Stadium, Mansfield
Kick off: 19:45
Adm: £11(membership)
Prog: £3
Att: 3,567 (151)

MTFC, amber shirts, blue shorts, amber socks 1Logan
4Preston red card at 49 mins
5Pearce
17Sweeney
20Gordon Booked at 58 mins Substituted for Khan at 86' minutes
6Bishop
15Shaughnessy
3Benning Substituted for Cook at 81' minutes
24Sterling-James Substituted for MacDonald at 75' minutes
32Rose Booked at 71 mins
22Hamilton

Substitutes
7MacDonald
8Mellis
10Khan
18Afolayan
19Cook
30Smith
31Stone

CUFC, white shirts, black shorts, white socks
1Mitov
16Darling Booked at 45 mins
5Taylor
4Taft
2Knoyle Booked at 10 mins
22Lewis Substituted for Roles at 71' minutes
10Maris
19Lambe
7Hannant Substituted for Dunk at 53' minutes Booked at 61 mins
18Richards
20Smith Substituted for Dallas at 89' minutes

Substitutes
9Dallas
11Dunk
14Ibehre
25Burton
26Knibbs
30Roles
34Ward
1st Half, mansfield Kick off facing north stand
10: yellow card Cambridge Knoyle
45: yellow card Cambridge Darling
Half time 0-0
2nd Half, cambridge Kick off facing north stand
49: red card Mansfield Preston
53: Sub Cambridge Hannant off Dunk on
58: Yellow card Gordon Mansfield
61: yellow card Cambridge Dunk
71: Yellow card Mansfield Rose
71: Sub Cambridge Lewis off Roles on
74: Goal Cambridge Roles
75: Sub Mansfield Sterling -James off MacDonald on
81: sub Mansfield Benning off Cook on
86: Goal Cambridge Smith
86: Sub Mansfield Gordon off Khan on
89: sub Cambridge Smith off Dallas on
90: Goal Maris

90+5: Goal Lambe (pen)
Full time 0 - 4



2018/19
Games: 21
New Grounds: 6
Goals: 21
0-0's: 1
*************************
2019/20
Games: 10
New grounds: 3(newest: Barry Town Utd Jenner Park Barry Wales)
Goals: 31
0-0's: 0


sheffgeoff
First Team Star


Sep 25, 2019, 8:01 PM

Posts: 1824
Location: Sheffield
Team(s): Colchester United, Stocksbridge Park Steels, Borussia Dortmund & Essex CC

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Sky Bet League 2

County Ground, Swindon

Swindon Town 0(0) Colchester United 3(1)

Red Shirts / White Shorts White Shirts / Grey Shorts

Attendance 6634 (134 Away)

Admission £23 Programme £3 Team Sheet Free

Steak & Ale Pie £3.50

Never saw this result coming. Swindon, second in the League 2 table, dominated the first half an hour but after that the visiting U's dominated. For the second time this season they beat Town 3-0. They took the lead on the stroke of half time when Tom Eastman headed in a left side corner. After the break a brace from Theo Robinson, on loan from Southend, ensured a comfortable win and all three points.

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