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Tuesday 3rd March


 


Surrey Senior Cup Quarter Final


Molesey v Badshot Lea


 


Cherry Red Records Premier Challenge Cup 4th Round


Farnham Town v Cove


 


Southern Combination Cup 3rd Round


Old Hamptonians v Worcester Park (at Hanworth Villa)


 


Premier Division


Epsom & Ewell v Hanworth Villa


Mole Valley SCR v Camberley Town


Raynes Park Vale v Guildford City


Spelthorne Sports v Hartley Wintney


Westfield v Colliers Wood United


 


Division 1


Banstead Athletic v CB Hounslow United


Staines Lammas v Chessington & Hook United


 


Wednesday 4th March


 


Division 1


Epsom Athletic v Dorking


 


Grant McLellan Youth Cup 2nd Round


Hanworth Villa v Molesey


Westfield v Knaphill


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Its gonna be very frosty by the look of it Powelly and that is worse than rain at this moment in time.

Had to read that twice as I thought you meant Chris...

 

Not great Duncs. Not sure they know what's happening mind you! So much water about, frost would be a nightmare.

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Hope to see you tomorrow Chris. Just looked at the pitch and it's incredibly wet. Hopefully a dry night/day is ahead.

 

If only!  :(

I am already fearing the worst!

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Cold but clear sky this morning.

 

Lets all hope it stays that way for this evening and tomorrow.

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2.30pm inspection for RPV v Guildford City

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Hopefully this will be the last of this nonsense with rain.  Forecast looks ok and with the Temps raising the pesky water will naff off.

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Hopefully this will be the last of this nonsense with rain.  Forecast looks ok and with the Temps raising the pesky water will naff off.

 

Hoping that the temperature doesn't rise too much at my game tonight

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Westfield 1 Colliers Wood 1 full time.

Westfields recent unbeaten league run continues with a one all draw tonight.

Colliers Wood came out of the starting gate with the wind in their sails and pegged Westfield in their own half for the first 15 mins. They caught the Westfield defence knapping and Westfield conceded a very soft goal to give the visitors the lead. Westfield then began to find their shape and steadily the pressure increased and had a good deal of the play for the rest of the first half. The Colliers keeper called into action on a couple of occasions and dealt with any threat very well. It was frustrating as a supporter to see Westfield create many chances that just needed the final touch, unfortunately the ball would not fall right or was just behind the forward etc, and had they have been converted, Westfield could have been 3 or 4 up at the break.

The second half started as it finished in the first with Westfield playing some very good football, the No 3 I thought had an exceptional game tonight and Westfield were learning quickly that they were getting more success in the box by playing to feet instead of high crosses. A gilt edge chance was squandered after the keeper made a very good save and the ball came out to an approaching forward who only had to keep his head over the ball and rip a hole in the back of the net. Unfortunately he played it straight back at the grateful Colliers Wood keeper who safely gathered the ball. Westfield continued to dominate the play and got their just rewards when the referee gave a penalty for a foul just inside the box. It was a very soft decision and all supporters around me agreed it was very dubious. However you have to take such chances and the spot kick was put away superbly leaving the outstretched keeper no chance. Stuart Norman made one important block in the Westfield goal in the second half but apart from that had very little else to do. It remained 1 each at the final whistle which to be fair to Westfield was a poor result as the amount of chances they created, they must be wondering how they did not come away with all Three points.

Credit to both teams who played a very competitive but in no way nasty game and it was just a shame that the referee was too fond of his whistle. He made a few decisions that left the crowd bemused and to be honest I felt he ruined much of the game when he could have let play flow. Well done to Westfield though on another important point and a dogged performance, particularly after going a goal down.

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whats gone wrong with the new pitch is it the drainage that is to blame?

 

Sorry Duncs, must have missed this the other night. The answer is, no one knows. It will have to be dug up in place and relayed I think - the council subbies will definitely have to investigate anyway. It points to an issue with the drainage, but until somebody checks the pipes and what's surrounding them, we're guessing. In fairness, the grounds people did a terrific job getting the game on last night - helped of course by the wind and sunshine - and the pitch played well. I did ask Tony Hurrell to sort it for us pre-match!

 

All the best to all at CWU for the rest of the season. Nice people.

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Watched a good game with 2 footballing sides

Spelly had a few out but on the night had a couple more chances but HW more clinical and win the game

Nice to have a chat with Paul Johnson after the game

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