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Rob Healy

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About Rob Healy

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  • Birthday 18/03/1973

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  1. At the last (Bedfont & Feltham) club Committee meeting, I asked if it would be acceptable to publish an online-only match programme for midweek matches, and the Committee agreed that this would be ok. The reason for this is mainly due to the tight deadline for the programme printing. I have to email the content over for printing by Sunday night / Monday morning and due to work and family commitments, this is getting more and more difficult. I will, of course follow league rules and publish the online programme on a Monday evening for a Tuesday match. There would be no change to Saturday programmes. The Combined Counties Football League has confirmed that this doesn’t breach their rules. I’d like to apologise to programme collectors but I hope you understand my reasoning.
  2. Thanks very much, I hate out of date information! if we had more available people, we might be able to consider taking the printing in-house. I did that 30 years ago when I was the editor at Feltham! As it stands, one of our sponsors office managers prints the pages and they are closed over bank holidays and Christmas. I have lived in Dagenham for the past 10 years and work shifts so make it harder still. It’s just as well we have computers these days!
  3. For completeness, I also produced a small handout for the actual match, with details of the online programme... BFFC v AFC Hayes.pdf
  4. For the record, I’ve had to produce an online-only programme for Bedfont & Feltham for today’s match v AFC Hayes. This is due to bank holiday print deadlines and rather than having a programme printed last Friday without the weekend’s results and latest league table, I have a very up-to-date programme. Click here If we’d been at home on Saturday, I might have done a double issue to cover both matches, but that would have still been out of date by today.
  5. That looks like the copy I printed and sent to my friend in Manchester. I printed it because it contains ‘SideburnBob’ . Chessington & Hook are online only this season 🙂
  6. When Feltham changed their name to Bedfont & Feltham in May 2012, it was too late for season 2012-13 as they’d already entered the FA Vase as Feltham FC so they has to play under that name for one more season. Surely this will be the case for Kensington Borough as all FA competition entries for next season would have already been submitted.
  7. Bedfont & Feltham has a County cup match on 22nd Jan so the League cup match will have to be rearranged.
  8. The Combined Counties League held an EGM prior to their AGM to decide upon a proposal to remove AC London from the proposed constitution for 2018-2019 as the organisation and management of the club had fallen below the standards appropriate to membership of the competition. It is likely that the club will appeal to the FA and they have been included in the cup draws for the time being. If there is no appeal or any such appeal fails, the club(s) against whom they have been drawn will receive a bye into the next round. Other matters of note were that the issue of paper programmes will be optional next season, along with the alternative of producing a programme on-line. It was also noted that the final senior constitutions would always be subject to any enforced move required or requested by the FA. The league and cup winners were re-presented whilst the other awards were as follows: Best Programme (Premier Division): Guildford City Best Programme (Division One): Ash United Fair Play Winners (Premier Division): Balham Fair Play Winners (Division One): Raynes Park Vale Best Administered Club (Premier Division): Spelthorne Sports Best Administered Club (Division One): Bedfont & Feltham There were also medals for the leading scorer in both divisions and these were picked up by Max Blackmore (Westfield) 48 goals and Harrison Deacon (Worcester Park) 46 goals. In “outside" competitions, the most praiseworthy achievement was that of Balham FC, who won the London Senior Cup. Staines Lammas won the Southern Combination Challenge Cup, beating premier Division CB Hounslow in an enthralling final played at Bedfont Sports. The Middlesex Charity Cup was also an all-CCL affair with Hanworth Villa defeating Spelthorne Sports. Other worthy mentions went to Worcester Park, finalists in the Surrey Premier Cup and Eversley & California, finalists in the Aldershot Senior Cup. The Chairman welcomed the new or returning clubs to the League, namely Southall, Dorking Wanderers Reserves, British Airways, Tooting Bec and Sandhurst Town. He sent the League’s best wishes to those clubs leaving the League, namely North Greenford United, Bedfont Sports, Westfield, Farleigh Rovers, Staines Lammas, Worcester Park and South Park Reserves.
  9. The draws were made for the opening two rounds of the Cherry Red Records Premier Challenge Cup and the Esoteric Recordings Division One Challenge Cup as follows: Cherry Red Records Premier Challenge Cup, 2018-2019 (39 CLUBS) 1st Round (7 matches) (25 clubs receive byes) 1 Camberley Town v Cobham 2 Horley Town v Chertsey Town 3 Badshot Lea v Walton & Hersham 4 FC Deportivo Galicia v Cove 5 Chessington & Hook United v AFC Hayes 6 Farnham Town v Southall 7 Hanworth Villa v Kensington Borough 2nd Round (16 MATCHES) 1 Bedfont & Feltham v Tooting Bec 2 Sheerwater v Balham 3 Ash United v Fleet Spurs 4 Frimley Green v Guildford City 5 Godalming Town v Dorking Wanderers Res 6 Abbey Rangers v Redhill 7 FC Deportivo or Cove v AC London (prov) 8 Camberley Town or Cobham v Chessington & Hook United or AFC Hayes 9 CB Hounslow United v Badshot Lea or Walton & Hersham 10 Hanworth Villa or Kensington Borough v Sandhurst Town 11 Epsom & Ewell v Bagshot 12 Sutton Common Rovers v Farnham Town or Southall 13 Horley Town or Chertsey Town v British Airways 14 Eversley & California v Knaphill 15 Banstead Athletic v Colliers Wood United 16 Spelthorne Sports v Raynes Park Vale Esoteric Recordings Cup, 2018-2019 (19 clubs) 1st Round 3 matches, 13 byes) 1 Farnham Town v Godalming Town 2 Cove v British Airways 3 FC Deportivo Galicia v AC London 2nd Round (8 matches) 1 Eversley & California v Bedfont & Feltham 2 Epsom & Ewell v Sandhurst Town 3 Tooting Bec v Ash United 4 Kensington Borough v FC Deportivo Galicia or AC London 5. Sheerwater v Chessington & Hook United 6. Fleet Spurs v Cove or British Airways 7 Dorking Wanderers Reserves v Frimley Green 8 Farnham Town or Godalming Town v Bagshot
  10. Aren’t Dorking Wanderers Reserves playing at Meadowbank then?
  11. I’ve added the allocations to our Twitter: https://twitter.com/bedfontfeltham/status/999975963889995777?s=12
  12. News on club website: http://www.bedfontandfelthamfc.com/438451795
  13. That’s good to hear. It would be a shame to lose such a club due to impending changes.
  14. It gets worse. Much worse... https://www.getsurrey.co.uk/news/surrey-news/dorking-wanderers-meadowbank-stadium-been-14417507
  15. We can't really play a team in our own division but thanks.
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