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Stanway R. v U18s Challenge Cup Sun 15-03-09 11am

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Stanway Rovers U18's v Billericay Town U18s in the semi-final of the Challenge Cup on Sun 15-03-09 at 11.00am


A nice little run up to Colchester to cheer on the young lad's


Stanway Rovers Football Club

The Hawthorns,

New Farm Road,






Tel:01206 578187


Stanway Rovers Website





Driving directions


1, Depart on Stock Road B1007 1.2 miles

2, At the roundabout, take the second exit onto Stock Road B1007 1.4 miles

3, Bear right onto High Street B1007 0.3 miles

4, Continue onto B1007 1.8 miles

5, At roundabout, take second exit onto Stock Road B1007 0.1 miles

6, At the roundabout, take the second exit onto Slip Road 0.2 miles

7, Continue onto A12 23.1 miles

8, Exit onto Slip Road 0.2 miles

9, At the roundabout, take the third exit onto Essex Yeomanry Way A1124 0.4 miles

10, At the roundabout, take the second exit onto London Road A1124 0.3 miles

11, Turn right onto Millers Lane 0.2 miles

12, Turn left onto New Farm Road 0.1 miles

13, Arrive at your destination <0.1 miles




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Indeed it was 3-0. As you say, the lad's never gave up trying, and the other positive was there were good performances all over the pitch from our lads, despite having lost. At the end of the day, I have to say I think we were beaten by the better side, just, and you certainly couldn't begrudge Stanway three very good goals, the third of which involved an excellent arial acrobatic technique, almost like a mid-air scissor kick! I much prefer to loose to a better side, having got this far, rather than the situation of having to be honest too, and say we didn't deserve to loose!


Very well done lads, congratulations on getting that far, on a different day, I think we could beat Stanway, but today it wasn't to be. Well done too, for accepting the defeat like men. We do still have progression, hopefully, in two other cups to look forward to, and the fight for the League too, so it's far from gloomy lad's, let's go for it!!

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