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Young Master Sherwin for the E's on 6 mins ,Wivenhoe early in 2nd half.

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Is that it? we had no one on 90 minutes and funny enough neither did AFC Submarine!

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Wivenhoe 1-1 Enfield

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Wivenhoe 1 Ollie Sanders 2 Erdun Arten 3 Ben Wake 4 Lee Townrow 5 Jack Wignall 6 Dave MacGhee 7 Gareth Street 8 Paul Hillier 9 Simon Thomas 10 Stafford Browne 11 Steve Parmenter ,substitutes 12 Terry Rymer 14 Bobby Bethell 15 Matt Stace 16 Neil Gregory

Enfield 1 Paul Daley 2 Mark whittington 3 Louis Lancaster 4 Oliver Stroud 5 Jon Stephenson 6 Phil Goss 7 Sam Judge 8 Owen Beale 9 Marlon Stuart 10 Bret Donnelly 11 Sherwin Stanley ,Substitutes 12 Dean Gilbert 14 Gbenga Sonuga 15 Dan Costelloe 19 Martin Young 17 Dan Amfossy.

No Wesley Borghys or Paul Oshin tonight both of whom are still nursing knocks.

A bright start for E's as we started much more the assertive ,And on 6 minutes E's won a corner which Owen Beale sent over and Sherwin Stanley slipped his marker to head home totally unchallenged past Ollie Sanders . Wivenhoe came back strongly with much of the possession but not actually creating too much as yet , A foul by Dave McGuire and Louis Lancaster was inches wide with his freekick , Wivenhoe hit back with a freekick by Steve Parmenter and Jack Wignall heads over Paul Daley's bar . A shot by Stafford Browne was wide for Wivenhoe . Owen Beale found himself booked for a tackle from behind on 24 minutes . The subsequent freekick sails harmlessley wide . A great tackle from Louis Lancaster prevented Browne from a run in on goal. A bad chop on phil Goss went curiously unpunished by Mr West . Sam Judge was then flattened by Stafford Browne again no booking from Mr West. A very fortunate ricochet got Simon Thomas into E's box and Paul Daley made a brilliant save from a 1 on 1 and Paul Hillier puts the rebound well wide . A foul on Owen Beale on 42 minutes just outside of Wivenhoe's box and Sam Judge was very unlucky to see his shot smack off Sanders crossbar with the Wivenhoe keeper rooted to the spot. Owen Beale had a good chance as he broke into Wivenhoe's box but he delayed his shot and was robbed of the ball.

second half .Wivenhoe were much more of a handful as they threw everything they had at the E's defence in the opening minutes ,But Sherwin Stanley was just beaten to the ball by Sanders as E's sortied forward. Lee Townrow was then booked by Mr west for dissent following an incident off the ball. A steve Parmeter corner was put inch perfect into E's six yard box but an excellant clearence from Jon Stephenson and a hint of a handball off Mark Whittington in the same incident was Ignored by Mr West. On 53 minutes Wivenhoe levelled matters up with a series of one touch passes that cut E's reargurd in half and Simon Thomas was on his own to fire low past Daley 1-1. A freekick by Parmenter was deflected over E's crossbar , Lee Townrow heads Parmenter's corner over Daley's bar, And a great tackle by Oliver Stroud robbed Terry Rymer of a chance to score. A nasty looking foul by Erdon Artun for chopping down phil Goss got him into Mr west's book. Ollie sanders long drop kick forward assisted by a gust of wind almost embarrassed Oliver Stroud as his falling backwards header went just wide of his own goal, And Paul Daley was well beaten by it. A shot by Owen Beale was then saved by Sanders on 78 minutes . Terry Rymer tried his luck at the other end and he was just wide of the target. Steve Parmenter booked for Dissent for disputing a descision. Dan Costelloe replaces Bret Donnelly on 80 minutes. A deep cross by Ben Wake almost caught Daley out but he got a hand on the ball as he knocked it against his own crossbar and the ball went safe. Townsend's ball into E's box and Wakes run gave a chance to Thomas but he flicked it wide. Martin Young on for Sherwin Stanley 89 minutes. Sam Judge booked for tripping a wivenhoe player and Wake's cross gave the last chance to Thomas but he heads wide.

A very cold biting wind in Wivenhoe's favour in the second half and we defended well enough to earn our point.

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Thats more like it....

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How did you get on with the Wivenhoe keeper, Ollie? He's a good lad and enjoys a bit of banter.

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stropped all night after conceding a goal after 6 min would not talk to us

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Unlike him. He gave away a pen after 15 mins on Sat but kept the banter going.

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might have been because he had to change out of his nice new gold keepers top (clashed with our yellow) for a grotty green one

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Ah, the good old days when the keeper always wore green!

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Interesting that we have to do one of our longest trips away in midweek , Strange also that sudbury had to travel to Waltham Abbey ? Does the fixture secretary not know that wivenhoe and Sudbury are neighbors ,Also Bury and Harlow played each other ,The mind boggles. <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/trippy.gif" alt="" />

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I am not having a go but people complain that they want their local matchs over the bank holidays and then complain about doing the longer trips mid-week so what are the fixture planners supposed to do? <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/confused.gif" alt="" />

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1st half - Sam Judge's free kick hits Wivenhoe's bar & out for a goal kick.

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2nd half - Wivenhoe clear an Es' corner.

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Es' attackers jump for a cross with the defenders.

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Es' attack wait for an Owen Beale corner, it is coming.

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Es' attack come close from the corner.

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, Strange also that sudbury had to travel to Waltham Abbey ? <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/trippy.gif" alt="" />


Our return fixture is also midweek.....in 3 weeks time.......ouch

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I am not having a go but people complain that they want their local matchs over the bank holidays and then complain about doing the longer trips mid-week so what are the fixture planners supposed to do? <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/confused.gif" alt="" />
I'm sure our people would have rather played waltham abbey on tuesday instead of saturday And gone to wivenhoe on the saturday instead ,I'm sure sudbury would rather have gone to wivenhoe on tuesday instead of travelling down to waltham abbey , again they could have done this on saturday . My point was that long haul trips should be on saturdays not midweek.

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I am not having a go but people complain that they want their local matchs over the bank holidays and then complain about doing the longer trips mid-week so what are the fixture planners supposed to do? <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/confused.gif" alt="" />
I'm sure our people would have rather played waltham abbey on tuesday instead of saturday And gone to wivenhoe on the saturday instead ,I'm sure sudbury would rather have gone to wivenhoe on tuesday instead of travelling down to waltham abbey , again they could have done this on saturday . My point was that long haul trips should be on saturdays not midweek.


But clubs want to have the more local teams on a Saturday when more people can go to the games. It is just a problem that we will have to put up with!

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Last season Sittingbourne had 2 games south of the river, Chatham & Dartford that's it, so they must have had to make several long journeys in midweek. That's how it is if you want to play a high standard of non-league.




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