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                Saturday 18th October
                Premier Division
                Badshot Lea              v      Knaphill
                Camberley Town           v      Raynes Park Vale
                Epsom & Ewell            v      Ashford Town
                Frimley Green            v      Westfield
                Guildford City           v      Bedfont Sports
                Hartley Wintney          v      Farnham Town
                Horley Town              v      Molesey
                Mole Valley SCR          v      Colliers Wood United
                Spelthorne Sports        v      Cove
                Windsor                  v      Hanworth Villa

                FREE - Chertsey Town

                RPM Records Division One Challenge Cup 1st Round
                Alton Town               v      Banstead Athletic
                Eversley & California    v      Epsom Athletic
                Farleigh Rovers          v      Bedfont & Feltham
                Worcester Park           v      Dorking
                Division 1
                AFC Croydon Athletic     v      Chessington & Hook (at Chesssington & Hook)
                Sandhurst Town           v      Ash United
                Sheerwater               v      Cobham
                Staines Lammas           v      CB Hounslow United

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Glad he is ok   Would it be fair to say that Shells was glued but some others are glueless?

You're right Smudge. It's at such a low point that not only did we make him drive himself, we also fined him for not coming in the bar for sandwiches after the match. Yet again you are all lacking a

I think any club would be lucky to have a youth keeper that would be around all season, most will have two or three to call on in my experience. I'm sure there are plenty of young players, if treated

RPM Records Division One Challenge Cup 1st Round

Worcester Park  1 v 1 Dorking F.C.

 

after the 1st 15 minutes.

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Worcester Park 3 v 2 Dorking F.C.

 

87th. minute.

 

FULL TIME RESULT.

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Premier Results

 

Baggies 5 v 0 Knaphill

Cambo 3 v 0 RPV

E&E 2 V 4 Ashford

Hartley 1 v 2 Farnham

Horley 1 v 5 Molesey

Windsor 2 v 0 Hanworth

Guildford 2 v 3 Bedfont Sports

Mole Valley 1 v 0 CWU

Spelthorne 3 v 2 Cove

Frimley Green 3 v 1 Westfield

 

Div 1 Results

 

AFC Croydon 0 v 2 Chessington 

Alton 1 v 0 Banstead

Sandhurst 1 v 4 Ash

Sheerwater 2 v 1 Cobham

Staines Lammas 6 v 3 CB Hounslow

 

Div 1 Cup

 

Alton 1 v 0 Banstead

Worcester Park 3 v 2 Dorking

Farleigh Rovers 2 v 4 Bedfont and Feltham aet

Eversley and California 3 v 4 Epsom Athletic

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Cambo 3 v 0 RPV

 

Odd afternoon.  Camberley had a goal disallowed after 50 secs and that set the tone.

 

Camberley were probably lucky to stay at 11 after a couple of late tackles and then RPV had a player sent off for DOGO.  Camberley missed the pen.

 

Then Camberley had a 2nd goal disallowed before 1st taken the lead and then doubling it.  RPV's best player went off to hospital after crashing into the pitch perimeter.  He was back at the club after the game so hopefully he is fine.

 

2nd half was a poor show.  RPV had 2 goals disallowed and Camberley had another disallowed before Camberley got a 3rd right at the death which was probably a bit hard on RPV for their efforts in the 2nd half.

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Another excellent performance from Windsor today against what loked like a very unfit Hanworth Villa side which is not what I have come to expect from them. That we only won 2-0 was a mystery and should have had the game put to bed long before half time. Even when we were reduced to 10 men early in the second half we still looked much better. As for the officials, the referee was excellent.

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Was thinking the same with regards to Guildford, management team must be under some pressure!! Also what happened at badshot game abit of a thumbing for knaphill!!

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Not really a ridiculous comment more a judgement call that in this could well of been an opportunity to have a second keeper whom is fairly young which would like to gain the experience of being in and around a first team camp and can't see why that can't happen at most clubs

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Not really a ridiculous comment more a judgement call that in this could well of been an opportunity to have a second keeper whom is fairly young which would like to gain the experience of being in and around a first team camp and can't see why that can't happen at most clubs

I think any club with an under 18s could have their youth keeper on the bench every week. It would give them a good chance to get used to the environment and ease the nerves. They can carry out the warm up with the first choice keeper and then when an opportunity arises through injury or sending offs then it's better than sitting at home on the Playstation. Being allowed 5 subs every week helps also as you can accommodate youth players, having a defender, midfielder and striker with youth keeper and a good youngster on the bench would be ideal for any club I think.

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Exactly young veteran and you could give him the opportunity to play in the local and league cup competitions which some teams use to give those squad players a game! Surely that is what we should be doing to develop the game and give youth an opportunity to get involved gradually

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Crikey,what for 40 games,on the off chance,you may get a game.That would be loyalty of the Highest order.

I think any club would be lucky to have a youth keeper that would be around all season, most will have two or three to call on in my experience. I'm sure there are plenty of young players, if treated correctly, that would appreciate time with the first team. Most youngsters like to tell their friends that they are playing first team football even if they are just on the bench. It's good for them too and I think it goes a long way to building their confidence.

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