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    Fat Tom Daley

    Sponsored Walk to Tonbridge

    I am pleased to announce following the walk at the weekend, we raised £2703 for Project Urchin! This now gets us over the £10,000 mark for the Project and is a fantastic achievement by everyone at the club. Thanks to everyone who supported us!
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    1961 COYS

    Sponsored Walk to Tonbridge

    Well done to everyone that took part , a great achiegvment for a worthy cause. Well done to everyone that donated a graet total.
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    Sassuolo 1 v 1 Sampdoria (14:00) Burnley 2 v 1 Leicester Watford 1 v 1 Hornchurch Palace (12:15) Brentwood 2 v 0 Aveley Potters Bar 0 v 1 Hornchurch Att: 220
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    cup of tea

    Tonbridge Angels vs AFC Hornchurch

    If we can beat Potters Bar on Saturday, then I think we’re nearly there. Really can’t see this side going down. I wouldn’t be too disappointed if Harlow goes down, not my favourite club
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    Whitehawk vs Enfield Town

    We all have our own opinions of the manager but there is one thing that is clear. This side is prepared to work to the very end for a result. Many of us consider that Bradley Quinton is a better manager however for those that went to Folkestone in 2017, when the team capitulated, will understand when I say that I don't think that Andy would allow that to happen. We won yesterday because we dug into our resources and were determined not to be second best. Every player played their part and it was a truly invigorating performance. It has left me, for the first time this season, looking forward to the next game and regreting that there is not a mid week game to go to. It has taken the best part of 2 seasons but this side is starting to look the part and will go on to better things.
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    Whitehawk vs Enfield Town

    Thoroughly enjoyable trip to Whitehawk yesterday, A million times better than my last time there when we lost 6-0. Whitehawk look a good side and played some decent attacking football - I hope they stay up this season. We were deserving winners and the whole team worked incredibly hard. Particularly strong performances from Matt Johnson, Marc Weatherstone, James Mulley and Joe Payne. Shame Sam Youngs got injured as he seemed in a lot of pain - we will miss him in midfield, get well soon, Sam. Baffling decision from the ref to book Mickey Parcell for kicking the extra ball on the pitch. Was the ref's responsibility to remove it and poor that he didn't notice it as the ball was out of play at least once. The lino should have helped him out by flagging it though - he was definitely aware as he told the cameraman, who offered to go and get it, to sit back down! Seemed to me that Mickey just kicked it out of the way as he ran past it. It didn't go off the pitch, but why should Mickey impede his attacking run in order to kick the ball in another direction? Not sure if yellow cards can be appealed? What offence did he commit?! Excellent 3 goals in particular Joe Payne's. Matt Nolan was solid again in goal. Muhammadu looked a class act for the brief time he played - his pace is exceptional. It's a blow that I don't think we'll see him play again for a while - be strong, Mo. So we're 5th and a play off spot is in our own hands now. Next two games against Bognor & Haringey are perhaps the most difficult of the just 8 remaining league fixtures. The boys are going to have to work hard for each other to win these games. But its doable. COYT
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    Whitehawk vs Enfield Town

    Yes, how right you are seemgee. With Bognor and Worthing both dropping points today, this win lifts Town up to 5th in the Table, only seven points behind second place Haringey Borough. What about the match today? Well this was a gutsy performance by Town, and a hard-earned victory in very difficult circumstances, against a dangerous Whitehawk side who came into the game with no defeats (4 wins and a draw) from their previous five matches. Both sides badly needed the points from todays match, and it was end-to-end play from start to finish. Level at half-time, and all to play for after the interval, Town's cause was not helped when Micky Parcell was dismissed for a second yellow card offence after 65mins. His first booking was for kicking a ball away, when there were two balls on the pitch. A very poor decision, and over-reaction by the match referee. Down to ten men, Town could have crumbled as Hawks stepped up the pressure, but loan signing Joe Payne put Town back in the driving seat with a great strike, before Billy Bricknell added a third to put the outcome beyond doubt. Well done to Andy and the boys today, and all the Towners who made the long journey down to East Sussex, and competed well with the noisy, friendly, home supporters. On the downside, Town picked up a number of worrying injuries today, in particular Sam Youngs who had to be helped from the pitch, Mo Fallah who also limped off before the end, and Billy Bricknell who played the whole match, but appeared to have suffered a knock. Hopefully, they will all make a speedy recovery. Enjoy the result, it was a good day for the Town, and the boys did us proud!
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    Sponsored Walk to Tonbridge

    wont be there saturday to see your pain.good luck to all taking part

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