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Yeah, a typical Boylan finish, classy as always. Went to the match, not the greatest game I've ever been to, and not much in the way of atmosphere. The last two finals at Wembley have been good, but this one lacked that cup final feeling.


Also, check out this page in the programme from the Ref (excuse the statistical errors)...



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Hope you will all be saying similar things about Pottsy on Sunday.

Did you book your ticket OK Glenn?


I will look out for you on the day if you did and also any another Canvey Fans making it on the day (i have an access all areas pass around Wembley). Never dreamed of that as a Canvey reserve team player all those years ago!!!

Show the Canvey banners glenn, the Cambridge U's know why you will be there!!


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  • 1 year later...

Lee has just been released by Stevenage:




Cue the remarkable return?!


Lee Boylan has left Stevenage after his contract expired.

The 32-year-old striker played 76 times for Boro after joining from Cambridge in 2008, scoring 23 goals, but he was restricted to just two appearances this season due to injury.

Boylan started his career with West Ham and has played for a number of clubs during his career including Exeter and Canvey Island.

His successful spell at Canvey Island saw him hit 135 goals in 157 appearances.

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Well, I'll give that a go....


From back row left to front row right....


Harry Johnson - Passed Away

Mark Stimson - Manager of Barnet

Ben Chenery - Coach at Chelmsford

Peter Smith - Football Agent / Director of New Era Global Sports

Clark Hunt - Last record sees him possibly playing for FC Longfield.

Ashley Harrison - Goalkeeper Coach at Chelmsford City

Chris Duffy - Physio at Chelmsford City

Mick Bodley - Delivering Post?....

Neil Gregory - Believe he is a Youth Coach, but not sure if it's affiliated to a specific Club

Glenn Pennyfather - Manager of Chelmsford City

Adam Tanner - ???

Steve Tilson - Manager of Lincoln City

Jeff King - Joint owns a "Holiday Park" on the island as well as other businesses

Paul Cobb - ???

Mickey Bennett - Sports Councillor, last seen at the Brockwell Stadium this past Saturday

Steve Parmenter - Lost his job at Southend Utd shortly after Steve Tilson

Ian Thompson - Last I heard he was playing in America

Lee Boylan - Recently left League 2 club, Stevenage

Jon Kennedy - Playing for Cambridge City

Wayne Vaughan - Last I heard he was playing for Barkingside, but may have hung up his boots due to injury

Adam Miller - Playing for Cambridge Utd


Missing from the picture...


Steve Ward - Playing for Canvey Island FC!

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Mark Stimson was sacked by Barnet a couple of weeks back....shame!




Neil Gregory is a regular programme contributor at CIFC, and Paul Cobb's son was playing for Canvey Island U18's last season, so he was around and about.



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I've also been looking back over the old website recently to look at players that have played against the "old" Canvey and for which team A few interesting ones in there that have played for us since reforming...


1999/2000 Season:


Colin Wall and Dave Kreyling - Heybridge Swifts

Danny Curran - Purfleet (now Thurrock)

Danny Kerrigan - Southend Utd

Chris Moore and Matt Game - Billericay Town


2000/2001 Season:


David Lee - Southend Utd

Chris Moore - Billericay Town

Richard Halle - Barking

Colin Wall - Heybridge Swifts


2001/2002 Season:


Dave Kreyling - Heybridge Swifts/Braintree Town

Richard Halle - Grays Athletic

Craig Davidson - Braintree Town

Kevin Dobinson - Chelmsford City


2002/2003 Season:


Mel Capleton - Grays Athletic

Danny Curran - Aveley

Dave Kreyling - Heybridge Swifts

Colin Wall - Bishop's Stortford

Chris Bourne - Southend Manor


Would try and get a more recent look at things, but the "Official" site from previous seasons before our reformation look to be lost in history...

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