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  1. littlehampton

    New Signing for Town

    Ahead of our away IPL match tomorrow afternoon at AFC Hornchurch, it has just been announced that Andy Leese has moved quickly to sign 24 year old left-sided defender Jay Porter from the Urchins. Jay was previously at Thamesmead Town, where he made 120 appearances, before joining Hornchurch, where he made 43 league appearances for the Urchins as they clinched the Bostik Division One North title last season. Great news. Welcome Jay!
  2. littlehampton

    Enfield Town v Bishop's Stortford

    Congratulation and well done everyone on a great result albeit through penalties. For much of the first half we looked second best against a Blues side who played some good football and deserved their half time lead. When Town went two down after the interval it looked a lost cause. The triple substitutions suddenly changed the game. Town upped the tempo, and quickly drew level. When Stortford regained the lead, it looked decisive, but Town's never-say-die determination enabled them to equalise in added time, and go through to the Final on penalties. Certainly a game to remember! Town did us proud in the end, so well done to Andy, the boys, the Ultras for their great support last night, and everyone else who witnessed this amazing match! Yes sir, we are in the Final!
  3. Back in August, in our first home league match of the season, we played Bishop's Stortford and beat them 2-1. Last week we played them away in the return fixture and lost 2-1 to a very late goal. Tomorrow (Tuesday) evening we welcome our Hertfordshire friends back to the QEII Stadium, for a Velocity Trophy semi-final cup-tie, under the lights, with all to play for, and a great chance to progress to the Final. On Saturday we moved up to 6th in the IPL table, a point off the play-off places, and now we have home advantage and the opportunity to reach our first ever Isthmian League Cup Final.....and win it !! This cup match is important to our Club as there is decent prize money involved. Let's help our guys by having a big turnout , and plenty of noise and vocal support for the Town, to re-create that special cup-tie atmosphere experienced in the past. Good luck everyone, see you there! Let's hear it for the Town. COYT
  4. littlehampton

    Enfield Town v Burgess Hill

    By all accounts a good all-round performance by Town today and a well deserved win, with two goals from Billy Bricknell in the second half to deliver three points, and register three wins this season against our friends from West Sussex. Be very interested to hear Towners feedback on the match, and a victory which sets us up nicely for the League Cup semi-final against Stortford on Tuesday evening. They, by the way, lost 1-0 away to Leatherhead today. I am really looking forward to getting up on Tuesday to support our guys and, hopefully, see us reach the Final. Note our defence had a few changes this afternoon. Where was Marc Weatherstone today, unavailable? Also, how did new signing James Mulley do on his club debut? Good to see a number of the other results went our way, which should see us climb the Table. Star team performance today must be Dorking Wanderers who thumped Kingstonian 7-1 at home! To think we were unlucky to concede a late goal there and only lose 1-0. Thoughts guys?
  5. littlehampton

    Enfield Town v Burgess Hill

    Towns Line-up this afternoon. 1. Joe Wright 2 Ryan Blackman 3 Mickey Parcell 4 Matt Johnson 5 Sam Hatton 6 Dan Rumens 7 Sam Youngs 8 James Mulley 9 Billy Bricknell 10 Karl Oliyide 11 Bilal Sayoud 12 Kezie Ibe 14 Junior Mubiayi 15 Joshua Davison 16 Daniel Heald 13 Matt Nolan
  6. littlehampton

    Enfield Town v Burgess Hill

    Think you might have hit the nail on the head Raingod. Hornchurch put in a 7-day approach and it was the players decision to go. But agree, it is hard to understand why. More money, less travel time, who knows!
  7. littlehampton

    Enfield Town v Burgess Hill

    Agree Raingod, it is disappointing to hear that Remi Sutton has left the club to join AFC Hornchurch. Don't know the reasons, but to me he always looked a class act, so personally very sorry to see him leave. On the plus side, see we have signed a very experienced, versatile, 30 year old midfielder James Mulley, from Maidenhead United, who has played for a number of clubs at a higher level, and is capable of playing in a number of positions. Be interesting to hear how he shapes up this afternoon. Good luck James, have a successful debut, and welcome to the Town.
  8. littlehampton

    Enfield Town v Burgess Hill

    Ha, Ha, guys enjoy the match! Does anyone wish to stick their neck out and predict the score this afternoon? I'm going for a home win by a two or three goal margin. How about you?
  9. littlehampton

    Derek Robinson

    Really sad news. He has been a long-time supporter of Enfield football. Recall he was chairman of the GPC at the old club. Farewell Derek. RIP
  10. littlehampton

    Enfield Town v Burgess Hill

    LATEST NEWS Ahead of this afternoons match a bit of late news from West Sussex of another player departure from Burgess Hill. It has been confirmed in the last 24hrs that Hillians nine goal striker Ben Pope has left the Green Elephant Stadium to join East Sussex rivals Lewes. Think this must have come as a shock to Burgess Hill. and the loss of two key players certainly doesn't help the Club, as they look to drag themselves away from the drop zone.
  11. littlehampton

    Enfield Town v Burgess Hill

    This Saturday Town host Burgess Hill at the Queen Elizabeth II Stadium in a Bostik League Premier Division fixture, which sees both sides needing a win and three precious points. The two sides have already met twice this season, with Town winning 1-6 away back in August, and more recently 4-1 at home last month in the Velocity Trophy quarter final. Will Town triumph again and make it three out of three? Think it would be fair to say the Hillians are having a bit of a tough time in the IPL this season. At the moment they are second from bottom in the Table, and suffered a blow a few days back when their captain and inspirational leader Gary Elphick decided to take a break from football and left the Club. A big disappointment for all concerned. An exciting match in prospect and Town need to be right up for the challenge. Time to make home advantage count, get behind our guys, give them plenty of vocal support and encouragement, as they battle to register another win. Let's hear it for the Town! Good luck everyone. Enjoy the match! COYT
  12. littlehampton

    35 years of Enfield football

    No problem 4WF. I keep in touch with Alan Diment, so if you can't obtain a copy I'll have a word and see if he can assist.
  13. littlehampton

    35 years of Enfield football

    4WF to help broaden your knowledge of the old Club I suggest you buy a copy of 'SIMPLY THE E'S' A History of Enfield Football Club an excellent 305 page hardback book compiled and written by former Director and Club Secretary Alan Diment. It should provide everything you need to know. It retails for £10 or less, and if you are really lucky Dave Hicks might be able to supply you with one in the Club Shop. Hope this helps!
  14. littlehampton

    Enfield Town v Margate

    Hmmm...everyone is entitled to their own opinion ST....but I honestly don't think BQ would have breezed the IPL this season, and from the games I have seen recently at Dorking and Worthing, our football has been far from dull. Football is a results business, and sometimes teams have to grind-out a result. We are currently 6th in the Table, with two good wins on the bounce, and a tough match in prospect at Bishop's Stortford tomorrow night. If you are really so unhappy with our football, and the performances you've watched this season, why don't you speak to AL direct and express your concerns?
  15. littlehampton

    Enfield Town v Margate

    Encouraging to read some positive feedback on yesterdays match, which lifted us up to 6th in the IPL table. Also good that we kept another clean sheet, for two consecutive matches, and have only conceded one goal (away to Dorking) in our last three matches. We are now back within touching distance of the play-offs, and with 14 league matches still to play (7 home / 7 away), we have every chance of making them, if our players maintain their present form. We are one of the top three goal-scoring sides in the league, and the arrival of Marc Weatherstone has certainly helped tighten our defence. So everything to play for, and definitely a time to be optimistic, and give maximum support to our players and Club. COYT