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Tuesday 9th April 2019

 

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Wiretown.Editor
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Apr 11, 2019, 12:13 AM

Posts: 1321
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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Evo-Stik League Premier Division
Warrington Town 1 Whitby Town 0
Admission pass, prog £2
Food on sale
Att. 355


A close hard fought game settled with a fine Marcus Cusani strike with ten minutes to go. No change at the top as the top three all won. The win guarantees us a home play off semi final.


CitizenGeorge
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Apr 11, 2019, 1:32 PM

Posts: 15
Location: Winchester
Team(s): Chelsea, Winchester City

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Winchester City 2...AFC Totton 1 (Flooks 4, Barron 76, Barron m/pen 76; Bennett 43, Smith s/o 67)

A massive win for Winchester who climb back into the playoff spots with four matches left. An early goal by Rob Flooks was cancelled out by a Justin Bennett equaliser just before half time. Totton were reduced to ten men for an elbow midway through the second half before Jamie Barron missed a penalty before scoring on the rebound.

It should be said that Totton did not take it with good grace, with the dismissed player kicking the door of the referee's changing room.


Tim
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Apr 11, 2019, 4:01 PM

Posts: 8364
Location: Stourbridge, Charmouth
Team(s): Stourbridge, Welton Rovers

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Creech Cougars 2 Redgate 1 Taunton & District League Division 1 Att: 6 h/c f&n

Further evidence that this league is not very good. This was a dreary affair between two very limited teams in dreary weather, albeit played in good spirit. The bounus was it was only 40 minutes each way. I've already forgotten almost all of it. I'm sure the ground in Hyde Lane would have looked better on a sunny day, but it was pretty bleak this evening. No football furniture.


bagman
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Apr 11, 2019, 4:58 PM

Posts: 18684
Location: Chatham
Team(s): Brentford

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Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division

Haverhill Rovers (2) 2 v 1 (1) Thetford Town

Admission £4 OAP, Programme £1, Attendance 92

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New Grounds 2018/2019 Season = 37
Last New Ground : Haverhill Rovers 9th April 2019


villan
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Apr 11, 2019, 8:22 PM

Posts: 1502
Location: Redditch
Team(s): Aston Villa-Newport County-

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Hellenic league division 2 East Tapley United 2-3 Stokenchurch ATT 5 h/c f&n


An entertaining game with plenty of goalmouth action although the finishing was not always good despite getting 5 goals overall. Visitors took lead briefly on 23 but from restart hosts placed ball on centre spot & No.32 Charlie Hill promptly hit the ball hard & high towards goal & visitors keeper was left flapping aimlessly as ball landed in the net. I have timed both efforts at 23 mins. 4 mins later hosts were in front. It stayed 2-1 until break. S were better team but wasted a number of good chances. They eventually deservedly turned game around with goals on 70 & 80 to take the points. Game was played in a good spirit throughout & finished in increasing gloom but full 90 mins played although only 5 mins break at half time following a slightly delayed start at 18.34.
Venue has plenty of car parking just inside entrance extending onto grassed area adjacent up to boundary of the field but amazingly this was full despite the scarcity of the crowd which were all hoppers!!! Pitch was railed but no cover or hard standing. Good views of GWR mainline high above pitch as numerous express & local trains passed by. Good evening out & it stayed dry although chilly by the end. No traffic problems via M40.



End 2018-19, Total Grounds 1427

New grounds 2019-20. 26


royals26
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Apr 11, 2019, 8:59 PM

Posts: 6310
Location: Reading
Team(s): Reading

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BOSTIK Isthmian One South Central

Runnymede Stadium, Tempest Rd
(though these days the main vehicle entrance is via Pond Rd and Ward Place - there is pedestrian access from Tempest Rd however)

Egham Town 2-1 Bracknell Town

Admission : £9 no prog - on line print at home job

Attendance: official 148

Directions: down E on the A329 through Bracknell to A30 turn off at Bagshot then straight on to Egham High St - followed SatNav into the estate around the ground beyond the High St - found a parking spot in Tempest Rd itself.

Facilities: - no change since last visit a couple of years back - Bar is outside with comfy seats - no draught available tonight, only bottles.

Match: big upset here as bottom upset 2nd but 'Sarnies' pressed hard all over the pitch and worked tirelessly to deny Robins any space.

tbf Bracknell are virtually assured a PO spot - have no chance of catching leader HandY and probably with good reason aren't too bothered about any of the other likely contenders providing the are in usual form - perhaps Marlow would be street-wise enough to upset them.

back home via Ascot on the A329 indoors by 22:15


hemelhopper
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Apr 11, 2019, 11:08 PM

Posts: 1538
Location: Beside the Spinnaker Tower
Team(s): Hemel Hempstead Town FC, Trust Portsmouth FC and The Reds of Cincinnati

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In Reply To
BOSTIK Isthmian One South Central

Runnymede Stadium, Tempest Rd
(though these days the main vehicle entrance is via Pond Rd and Ward Place - there is pedestrian access from Tempest Rd however)

Egham Town 2-1 Bracknell Town


.. also at this one,

Weather – nice quiet evening but cooling;
Travel up the M3 and quickly in off the M25 .. no problems parking at the ground.
Colours – Sarnies in all red with white trim .. Robins in blue tops and black shorts

Well covered by royals26 summary .. although this one was an away banker on paper (or should that be on line these days) .. but on reflection the visitors must have been confident of the Playoffs and just eased along .. after tonight, they may get a kick up the back side and told to get going again. Mind you the hosts were still in the chase for a miracle .. and after tonight, still needed to win all their games to have a hope of avoiding the drop into the Combined Counties .. or wherever the FA stick them.

.. as for me .. came to watch a ex-Hemel legend .. and he didn’t let me down on nine minutes, with some trickery coming into the left side of box, sliding the ball passed the keeper and inside of right post .. that legend being Anthony Thomas .. who’d we’d watch at Vauxhall Road from ‘05 to ‘07 (scored 72 goals during that period) and then in 07/08 he popped back for some more .. before moving on to another 16 Clubs, until seen again tonight .. looked the same .. just a tad slower (and slightly wider) .. but a brain still picking out a thirty-yard pass and making it .. wonderful.
Anyway, the visitors got level during the second half on 65 with well taken strike but then somehow gave up their lead on 78 after break away and shot .. then Robins sent the keeper up late, who nearly scored with a header but to no avail and the Sarnies enjoyed a great night and three precious points.

As for Runnymede .. looking sad and in need of some loving care .. teams coming out either side of the main stand .. cover all round and the young youth climbing everywhere .. with the odd steward required to guide the youngsters each end, as the Robins had brought their own young crew and somehow someone thought there may be some fun and games .. there wasn’t .. so, we all moved on .. after enjoying memories of yesterday and hoping for many more to come this week-end.

Hosts match report - http://www.eghamtownfcltd.com/news/egham-town-2-bracknell-town-1-2415536.html







Grounds = 638, Leagues done = 15 (37 to go); Games (19/20) = 102; New Grounds (19/20) = 82; Goals (19/20) = 441; Ave goals/game = 4.32; Last new ground = Bourton Rovers; Next = Tues 10th Dec 2019


burgesshillbee
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Apr 14, 2019, 11:35 PM

Posts: 1977
Location: A Town in Mid Sussex
Team(s): Brentford

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Heanor Town 6 v 0 Borrowash Victoria East Midlands Counties League Admission £5 Prog £1 Hot Drinks £1 Att 70
Despite the M25 doing its best to slow us down, myself and Henfield Bee got here with about half an hour to spare. There is a social club on your left as you enter the ground, but as you can enter the club from the street as well, a club official marks your hand to show you had paid before you head off to the social club. Reading the programme we noted that Heanor had won 11-0 at Borrowash earlier in the season and Borrowash had conceded a lot of goals this season but were not bottom of the table. The ground itself is 3 sided with a cricket pitch on the fourth side, but with a lot of kids playing small sided football on it, its possible its not used at the moment. There is a seated stand behind the near end and a covered terraced stand on the far side and a tea bar offering a variety of hot food by the changing rooms.As for the game, Heanor missed a couple of early chances but led 2-0 at half time, Borrowash struggled at times to get out of their half but when they did they caused Heanor a few problems. Second half saw Borrowash with a lot more of the ball but they couldn't score and when Heanor scored their third, the floodgates opened with Heanor finishing with six and also missing a penalty into the bargain. Despite the M1 being down to one lane at times we were back in Burgess Hill shortly after 1am, thanks to Henfield Bee for the driving.



Ipeland
First Team Sub

Apr 18, 2019, 1:13 AM

Posts: 1074
Location: Newcastle/Salford/Wrexham
Team(s): Bolton Wanderers, local non-league teams

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Prestwich Heys 2-0 Cleator Moor Celtic (2-0 HT) at Adie Moran Park
NWCFL First Division North
Admission: £3 (student), Programme: £2, Tomato soup: £1
Attendance: 88

Was going to watch Bolton but Dad forgot to leave his season ticket with me before going to work, and I didn't fancy paying £24 to watch another lethargic loss so headed here. Reasonable enough match, with Heys on top most of the time but Moor having a few chances of their own. Both of the hosts goals came within a couple of minutes of each other, with the first coming from a ball over the top which found Lee Bruce who rounded the keeper and poked home in the 35th minute and the second after a header from Mark Ayres from a free kick in the 37th minute. No changes to the ground since my last visit for the FA Cup match earlier on in the season, homemade tomato soup was good.



Grounds visited: 303
Last new ground: Broadfields Stadium (Crawley Town)
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