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  2. Amersham Town have also been awarded a £2,500 pitch preparation grant from the Football Foundation, the grant can be used towards the cost of materials for work such as verti-draining, chain harrowing, rolling, over-seeding, fertilising, weed-killing, and routine preparation such as grass cutting and the setting out and line-marking of pitches: https://www.amershamtownfc.com/post/help-received-to-improve-our-pitches-still-further
  3. I see that Amersham Town were awarded funding for a new Clubhouse and work has started in earnest although I will be surprised if it is ready for the forthcoming 2020/21 campaign: Town awarded grant towards rebuild of clubhouse Simon Damery, Chairman of Amersham Town Football Club, welcomed today’s announcement of a grant of £55,000 by the HS2 Community & Environment Fund towards the replacement of part of Amersham Town’s clubhouse. Simon explained, “Half of our clubhouse is brick built but the other half is an old wooden construction. It was originally a school classroom before it was moved to our ground in 1968 so is probably close to one hundred years old. As a result, in spite of our best efforts, it is in a bad state, rotting in places, requiring constant and expensive maintenance and lacking some modern facilities. We therefore realised that we would have to replace it with a solidly constructed building, including new toilets.” Simon added, “While, as an amateur club, we are financially healthy expensive construction work such as this is well beyond our means. We have therefore been delighted that the HS2 Community & Environment Fund, managed by Groundwork UK, have made this award. Amersham is a town which will be affected by the construction of HS2 and it is good that support such as this will ensure that our community facilities are sustainable in the long term. Together with funding of £100.000 provided by the Football Stadia Improvement Fund, supported by the Premier League, we are now able to complete the building. We do not yet know when the next season will start but, whenever it is, we will have facilities of which we can be proud and which will be a long term asset for the people of Amersham.
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  5. Napoli 2 v 2 AC Milan Wolves 1 v 2 Everton (12:00) Aston Villa 0 v 3 C. Palace Tottenham 1 v 2 Arsenal Stoke 0 v 2 Birmingham City
  6. Shall I throw my hat into the ring then, I have nothing to lose do I, nothing ventured nothing gained
  7. A bit out of date but it will be interesting to see who takes up the post? Were you not tempted to come out of retirement Rhodes?
  8. Another player who has been playing division 2, are they preparing to play lower down?
  9. Spartan South Midlands League seek General Secretary The Spartan South Midlands League are looking for a General Secretary. The advert for the role is as follows: GENERAL SECRETARY Applications are invited for this very important post. Experience in football/sport administration at a senior level is required. This is a key post coordinating the work of this Step 5 League that covers a large geographical area with 55 member clubs and 3 Divisions, covering the counties of Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, Huntingdonshire, Middlesex and parts of North London. Duties include: Day to day administration of the League Acting as Secretary to the Board and its Committees Ensuring compliance with League & FA Rules and Directives Supporting member clubs with their development & funding opportunities Ensuring close liaison with League Chairman, Officers & Committee members Applicants must have good oral and written communication skills, an eye for detail, good organisational skills and be proficient in the use of computer applications, including Word, Excel and PowerPoint. The post is voluntary, but there is a financial offer available to the successful candidate. Please contact Pat Burns, League Chairman for further details and a discussion about the post. Closing date for Applications 21st June 2020. 07763 109596 burns_10@tiscali.co.uk
  10. Spartan South Midlands League: 2019/20 season award winners The Spartan South Midlands League has announced their award winners for the 2019/20 season. The awards were named at the league’s annual general meeting which was held by Zoom. Old Bradwell United manager David Keene picked up one of the top awards as the division two boss was named Manager of the year. Keene’s colleague Clive Carter won the Fred Crain award for his off-the-field efforts as Club Secretary of the year. Buckingham United’s Jack Stuchbury was rewarded for his hard work as his programme won the division 2 award. HOUGHTON REGIS CUP : LEIGHTON TOWN FRED CRAIN AWARD : CLIVE CARTER – OLD BRADWELL UNITED ALF JOYCE AWARD : PHIL PATEMAN – STOTFOLD SPORTSMANSHIP CUP : OXHEY JETS SPECIAL AWARD : HILLINGDON BOROUGH BEST PLAYING SURFACE PREMIER EYNESBURY ROVERS DIV.ONE LANGFORD DIV. TWO PITSTONE & IVINGHOE BEST PROGRAMME PREMIER ARLESEY TOWN DIV. ONE AMPTHILL TOWN DIV. TWO BUCKINGHAM UNITED MANAGER OF SEASON DAVID KEENE – OLD BRADWELL LEADING GOALSCORER HENRY SNEE – SHEFFORD TOWN & CAMPTON
  11. The club is pleased to confirm the signing of striker Dan Lambeth Dan Lambeth is a powerful Centre Forward who joins Aylesbury Vale Dynamos after playing Semi Professional football in New Zealand with Lower Hutt City . Dan last played in England for Totternhoe FC where he scored sixty three goals in sixty one appearances. After being out for most of the the last year with a serious injury he is looking forward to getting back to scoring goals.
  12. Plenty of years left for petethegreek to pound up and down the touchline 👍 Some of the linos in the Middlesex Premier Division don't look far of 90 years old 😉 and can hardly move 😂 So petethegreek is still a youngster 👍
  13. Yeah, I wish Pete the Greek would stop going on about some Sunday league nobody. langford won surface of the year, it’s always been a nice set up over there.
  14. Napoli 1v1 AC Milan Wolves 2v2 Everton (12:00) Aston Villa 2v1 C. Palace Tottenham 2v3 Arsenal Stoke 0v2 Birmingham City
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  16. I’ll be there for atleast a little while
  17. Photographs from Sun Postal Sports v Langford on 15 March 2014 in a 2013/14 SSML Division One fixture at Bellmountwood Avenue, unfortunately for Langford Sun Postal Sports won 8-1 on their way to the Division One Championship that season and promotion to the Premier Division. Carl Albon netted for Langford who were reprieved from relegation after finishing the campaign in the bottom two:
  18. Yes, and linesmen, despite what we say about PetetheGreek on here he has done a good job for the SSML over many years, I wonder when he plans to hang up his flag
  19. Napoli 1-1 AC Milan Wolves 2-1 Everton (12:00) Aston Villa 2-1 C. Palace Tottenham 1-2 Arsenal Stoke 1-2 Birmingham City
  20. Napoli 2 v 0 AC Milan Wolves 2 v 1 Everton (12:00) Aston Villa 1 v 2 C. Palace Tottenham 1 v 0 Arsenal Stoke 1 v 1 Birmingham City
  21. In case football comes back whilst covid is still around...
  22. That was a good read 👍 and as I have always said People that moan about refs should have a go at being a ref and see if they can do a better job.
  23. Photographs from Bedford's 2013/14 SSML Division One visit to Risborough Rangers Horsenden Lane, on Saturday 5 April 2014, where they came away with a hard fought 1-0 victory:
  24. An opportunity to start a thread on Bedford with these photographs from a 2013/14 SSML Division One fixture with Langford, at McMullen Park on Saturday 19 April 2014. Despite only leading 1-0 at the interval, thanks to Langford keeper Adam Harpur's heroics, Bedford won 6-0 against their beleaguered visitors who were reprieved from relegation after finishing the campaign in the bottom two, Bedford were third to Kings Langley and Champions Sun Postal Sports who were both promoted to the Premier Division however Bedford were promoted the following 2014/15 season only to come straight back down to Division One again:
  25. Photographs from Baldock Town v Buckingham Athletic, in a 2013/14 SSML Division 1 fixture, played on Easter Monday 21 April 2014 at Hitchin Town FC where Baldock Town had arranged to groundshare the previous 2012/13 season enabling them to finally gain promotion to the SSML from the Hertfordshire County Senior League due to irregularities at their Norton Road Arena ground in Baldock. Baldock Town had an impressive 7-0 win over the visiting Stratford Fields Club who never laid a glove on their hosts all afternoon: https://www.baldocktownfc.com/photos/20132014-btfc-v-buckingham-athletic-70-479040.html
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