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Hullbridge Sports 1-3 Enfield

Their No 9 on 3mins ,
Paul "Jimmy" Oshin almost immediately 4 mins
Graeme Butler from a corner with a fumble from their keeper helping it in 41 mins .
Lee Benmore header 57 mins. I dont think we was out of 2nd gear to be honest but to be fair to them , they did give it a go.

Hands up who got lost getting there doh

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We got lost and so did Russ . We arrived one minute to three. we left home at 20 past 1 . Not too sure about them directions in last weeks programe . But a job well done today by our boys . Someone did say concord lost 4-0 ? whats going on there then.

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Yeah Concord were battered 4-0 at Bowers.

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hi jax i got home safe and sound no hold ups really hope we dont go there again lol did you get home


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Originally Posted By: JAX
We got lost and so did Russ . We arrived one minute to three. we left home at 20 past 1 . Not too sure about them directions in last weeks programe . But a job well done today by our boys . Someone did say concord lost 4-0 ? whats going on there then.


Never trust official directions and buy a good map book that wont let you down.

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Efc's official directions to their own home ground miss out the best route into Wodson park (epsecially for teams heading south to play them),so what are the chances of directions to away games being accurate?

To be fair,you normally have to rely on instructions given to you by either the opposing club or the ryman league.So yes,a map will often be more accuarate than official directions (the trouble is,you will probably need A-Z maps for every area of the south east rather than a simple Atlas map-which would be expensive)

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Invest in a Twat-Nav!!

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Find out the postcode, do your directions on Google Earth. Memorise it, job done. Works for me every time.

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Half the playing squad got lost too. 5 players showed up at 2:45 so no warming up for them guys. I believe the directions came from a website that we use in our programme.

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Originally Posted By: Hookey
Yeah Concord were battered 4-0 at Bowers.
You see ,No smallsy = Big Improvement. grin

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Thats because smallsy is utter rubbish laugh

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i dont really get lost just get bored


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Hullbridge 1-3 Enfield

Ashley Harris made his long awaited debut for E's as Steve Wright has a
fractured cheekbone sustained in last weeks match .

Some early momentum from E's but Hullbridge's defence held firm . On 3
mins the home side were ahead as some good build up play by Graham Poole
and Neal Hughes resulted in the ball finding its way to Mark Benterman who
from the edge of the box sent a curling shot over the stranded Ashley
Harris 1-0 Hullbridge. But Straight from the restart E's were level with
Deniz Mehmet finding some room out wide and his cross was met by Paul
Oshin who made no mistake from close range 1-1.
A shot by Kevin Riley went over the top soonafter.
Ashley Harris was alert to grab Daniel Cook's firm header from Neal
Hughes firm cross on 12 mins.
On 16 mins Ashley Harris again made a good take from Tom Dosser's corner
whilst under duress from Hullbridge forwards. On 19 mins Graeme Butler's
freekick was met by Wayne Grant but Daniel Wylie made a good save to deny
him. With 22 mins gone Sherwin Stanley puts over a perfect cross with Lee
Benmore's header being pushed against the crossbar and Kevin Riley just
couldn't prod home the rebound as Daniel Wylie smothered the ball.On 30
mins A heartstopping moment for Ashley Harris as a ball crossed over by
Daniel Cook was dropped by the E's keeper but Kevin Riley was on hand to
clear up and hoof the ball to safety before any Hullbridge players could
react. A golden chance for E's on 32 mins as Deniz Mehmet puts in a peach
of a ball to Wayne Grant but his shot hit the foot of Daniel Wylie's post
and rolled across the six yard box before going out of play. A chance for
Hullbridge as Mark Benterman's shot is deflected wide on 34 mins. Graeme
Butler fire's a freekick wide on 38 mins. A Lee Benmore inswinging corner
almost caught out Daniel Wylie but he did well to palm it out at the last
moment.
But he wasn't so lucky on 41 mins as Graeme Butler's swirling corner
completely deceived him and he could only push the ball into his own goal
2-1 E's. A good try by Sherwin Stanley as Daniel Wylie makes a good save
,And Sherwin Stanley again breaks through but this time his shot is a
whisker wide. A Lee Benmore corner is flapped at by Daniel Wylie as Graeme
Butler bravely goes to head home he is kicked in the head by a defender
,Referee Mr Weston decided on an accident and Blew up for half time.

2nd half .A good ball in by Wayne Grant but Paul Oshin spoons it over the
bar 46 mins. A Bradley Nobbs corner for Hullbridge and Graham Poole heads
over 49 mins. A Graeme Butler corner for E's fell to Wes Borghys but his
shot is deflected wide 56 mins. On 57 mins the game was made safe as
Graeme Butler's corner was met by Lee Benmore who headed home from six
yards 3-1 E's.
On 63 mins A moment of genius from Deniz Mehmet as he ran from inside his
own half twisting round and avoiding several challenges but Daniel Wylie
did well to advance and block his shot and Wayne Grant put the rebound
wide. (Hullbridge sub Mark Benterman off for Jack Munroe) A shot by Daniel
Cook was wide for Hullbridge on 77 mins.(Sherwin Stanley off for Neil
Hughes 78 mins) A good cross by Lee Benmore and Paul Oshin scuffs his shot
at Daniel Wylie 81 mins.(Hullbridge sub Tyla Phillipps off for Luke
Wilson) On 83 mins Neil Hughes threads in a good ball to Wayne Grant but
his shot flashes across the face of Daniel Wylie's goalmouth.(E's sub Sean
Clarke on for Wayne Grant 85 mins) Deniz Mehmet shoots wide on 87 mins
,The final opportunity fell to Hullbridge as Neal Hughes heads a corner
wide on 89 mins F/T

Hullbridge Sports 1 Daniel Wylie 2 Tyla Phillips 3 Paul Lander 4 Graham
Poole 5 Luke Williams 6 Lee Davis 7 Brad Nobbs 8 Neal Hughes 9 Mark
Benterman 10 Tom Dosser 11 Daniel Cook subs 12 Jack Munroe 14 Chay
Spreadbourough 15 Billy Munroe 16 Luke Wilson 17 Richard Mann

Enfield 1 Ashley Harris 2 Mark Whittington 3 Graeme Butler 4 Paul Oshin 5
Wesley Borghys 6 Lee Benmore 7 Deniz Mehmet 8 Kevin Riley 9 Sherwin
Stanley 10 Wayne Grant 11 Dave Bound subs 12 Chris Green 14 Neil Hughes 15
Carl Robinson 16 Sean Clarke 17 Dave Stevenson




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AA Route Planner

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Is sh*te.It let me down big time on two occasions early this season.I'll never use it again.For example it said turn left after the next set of lights into cedar rd.What it didn't mention was that cedar road was the 3rd road on the left.I nearly missed two kick-offs due to that poxy AA route planner.

Sat Nav is just a bad.If i've got it ,i won't turn it on until i'm actually in the town i want.It rarely sends the the simplest route in getting there.

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Thats because smallsy is utter rubbish laugh


Agree!!! grin

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Is sh*te.It let me down big time on two occasions early this season.I'll never use it again.For example it said turn left after the next set of lights into cedar rd.What it didn't mention was that cedar road was the 3rd road on the left.I nearly missed two kick-offs due to that poxy AA route planner.

Sat Nav is just a bad.If i've got it ,i won't turn it on until i'm actually in the town i want.It rarely sends the the simplest route in getting there.


Anorak!!! sleep

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hardly ever has given us a wrong direction, and maybe read the name of the road it might help you.

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Uh,never thought of that. doah
Not every road has a steet name at the top of it.In that case you don't find out the routplaner has cocked up until you're driving down the wrong road.By that time the best you can do is to retrace the instructions and try to find out where it cocked up (if your not by that time stuck in a one way system.) doh


Keep using the AA routeplaner,i'll guarantee it will knacker you up sooner rather than later.








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