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BH Monday 29th -Weds 31st August Match Thread

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Monday 29th August
Premier Division
AFC Hayes v North Greenford United 3:00
Bedfont Sports v Bedfont & Feltham 11:30
Chertsey Town v Abbey Rangers 13:00
Epsom & Ewell v Horley Town 11:30
Guildford City v Badshot Lea 11:30
Hanworth Villa v CB Hounslow United 11:30
Hartley Wintney v Camberley Town 11:30
Spelthorne Sports v Knaphill 11:30
Westfield v Farnham Town 11:30
Windsor v Walton & Hersham 11:30
Division 1
Ash United v Bagshot 11:30
Banstead Athletic v AC London 11:30
Chessington & Hook United v Epsom Athletic 11:30
Cobham v Dorking 11:30
Eversley & California v Frimley Green 11:30
Staines Lammas v Sheerwater 11:30
Worcester Park v Redhill 11:30

Tuesday 30th August
Premier Division
Raynes Park Vale v Colliers Wood United

wednesday 31st August
Division 1
Balham v South Park Reserves

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If you fancy a Bank Holiday double you can see two former CCL sides take on each other as South Park host Guernsey at WhitehallLane, 3.00 pm kick off. This fixture last season ended in a 4-4 draw.

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If you fancy a Bank Holiday double you can see two former CCL sides take on each other as South Park host Guernsey at WhitehallLane, 3.00 pm kick off. This fixture last season ended in a 4-4 draw.

 

And it was a thrilling match to watch !

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I shall be at Worcester Park v Redhill on Monday morning.

(I may be doing a Redhill double as they are at Balham on Saturday at Wibbandune)!

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Not strictly CCL but Slough Town open their new ground at Arbour Park on the afternoon of 29th August against Hayes & Yeading.

 

It might be a bit crowded, but if you can get there early enough, it could be a good choice.

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Not strictly CCL but Slough Town open their new ground at Arbour Park on the afternoon of 29th August against Hayes & Yeading.

 

It might be a bit crowded, but if you can get there early enough, it could be a good choice.

 

Bear in mind if you fancy this game that, at present, there is no parking at the ground and on-street parking nearby is extremely limited !  Slough's website suggests parking at the train station and walking which is a good 20-30 minutes.  There is a bus route that stops right by the ground but you'd need to check the Bank holiday timetable.

Glad to see them back in their home town after years at Windsor and Beaconsfield but can't help thinking waiting just a bit longer until the ground is completely ready might have been a better idea !

 

Groundhoppers could take in Windsor vs Walton & Hersham at 11.30 then a short dash to Slough for a 3pm kick off.

Edited by Windsor Steve

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Bear in mind if you fancy this game that, at present, there is no parking at the ground and on-street parking nearby is extremely limited !  Slough's website suggests parking at the train station and walking which is a good 20-30 minutes.  There is a bus route that stops right by the ground but you'd need to check the Bank holiday timetable.

Glad to see them back in their home town after years at Windsor and Beaconsfield but can't help thinking waiting just a bit longer until the ground is completely ready might have been a better idea !

 

Groundhoppers could take in Windsor vs Walton & Hersham at 11.30 then a short dash to Slough for a 3pm kick off.

 

Sounds a decent and doable double that! 

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The ground is only up Stoke Road so I would say more like 10-15 minutes walk from the station rather than 20-30 but I stand to be corrected

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The ground is only up Stoke Road so I would say more like 10-15 minutes walk from the station rather than 20-30 but I stand to be corrected

 

 

http://www.sloughtownfc.net/how-to-find-us

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Nice easy straight walk Chris. Plenty of parking at the railway station especially for night games

Edited by Tango Man

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The ground is only up Stoke Road so I would say more like 10-15 minutes walk from the station rather than 20-30 but I stand to be corrected

 

Obviously depends on how fast you walk but I'm not going to do it just to find out who's right ;)

 

Not sure it's a walk I'd want to do alone on a dark night either, always strikes me as a bit of a dodgy area !  :o

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Sounds like motorized zimmer-frames is the answer !!

 

:bolt:

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The Slough game is ticket only is it not?

 

And car parking is for STHs only.

 

Edit - oh right, already mentioned I see...

Edited by Rother

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The Slough game is ticket only is it not?

 

And car parking is for STHs only.

 

Edit - oh right, already mentioned I see...[/quote

 

Come on Rother, keep up

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Can't get to WPFC now today :(  so goal updates on here when I get them from all games.

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Premier Division (11.30)
AFC Hayes v North Greenford United 3pm
Bedfont Sports (Pasma) 2-0 Bedfont & Feltham 
Chertsey Town v Abbey Rangers 1pm
Epsom & Ewell (Cooper-Smith) 1-0 Horley Town 
Guildford City 0-0 Badshot Lea 
Hanworth Villa 0-1 CB Hounslow United (Watts)
Hartley Wintney (Noakes) 1-1 Camberley Town 
Spelthorne Sports 0-0 Knaphill 
Westfield 2-1 Farnham Town 
Windsor 0-0 Walton & Hersham 

Division 1 (11.30)
Ash United 0-3 Bagshot 
Banstead Athletic v AC London 
Chessington & Hook United v Epsom Athletic 
Cobham 2-0 Dorking 
Eversley & California 0-1 Frimley Green 
Staines Lammas 0-2 Sheerwater 
Worcester Park (Davison pen) 1-0 Redhill 

Edited by Chris Clapham

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Premier Division (11.30)
AFC Hayes v North Greenford United 3pm
Bedfont Sports (Pasma, Moody, Johnson) 4-1 Bedfont & Feltham (Lambe) FT

Chertsey Town (Pomroy) 1-0 Abbey Rangers 1pm
Epsom & Ewell (Cooper-Smith 2, Farrell) 3-0 Horley Town FT
Guildford City (Glass, Akanbi) 2-0 Badshot Lea FT
Hanworth Villa 0-1 CB Hounslow United (Watts) FT
Hartley Wintney (Noakes 2) 2-1 Camberley Town FT
Spelthorne Sports (Flatman) 2-0 Knaphill FT
Westfield 3-1 Farnham Town FT
Windsor 0-0 Walton & Hersham FT


Division 1 (11.30)
Ash United 0-5 Bagshot FT
Banstead Athletic v AC London
Chessington & Hook United v Epsom Athletic
Cobham (10 men) 3-1 Dorking (Watts) FT
Eversley & California 0-3 Frimley Green (Robertson, Titre-Wilson) FT
Staines Lammas (Karanja pen) 1-2 Sheerwater FT
Worcester Park (Davison 2 (1 pen) 2-4 Redhill (Ransome 2, Marks, Halsey) FT

Edited by Chris Clapham

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Chessy v Epsom is on Tuesday evening.

 

FT Banstead 3-3 AC London

Edited by Chris Clapham

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Windsor 0-0 Walton & Hersham

 

Well, with our new wonderkid Keanu Williams off to Villarreal B Team I feel a little flat to be honest. He only played about 120 minutes for us but lit the place up. Still, bloody good luck to him - big step up / great opportunity.

 

Today was another battling point gained but could have been all 3 if we had got on the end of 4 or 5 inviting crosses that just eluded our strikers. W&H were threatening at times but rarely created anything in front of goal.

 

Word up for experienced striker Kieran Knight who has filled in superbly in the centre of defence in the last 2 games.

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Dorking lost 3-1 to Cobham after No 1 Tom Day went off with a suspected broken wrist.

 

Thankfully, the tests were inconclusive.  Get back soon, Tom.

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Worcester Park 2 v Redhill 4.

 

Lesson number 1, arrive by train, parking a pain.

Lesson number 2, pre order your burger for half time, ordered at 12 19, finished cooking at 12 38, no wonder people behind me were ordering other items....the components of the Burger had the making of a decent munch but it was not hot, like an idiot I still ate it, should have walked away, poor show.

 

First half it looked even until the Lobsters had a corner fest and dominated but could not get one in, later we concede a penalty, going to be one of those days.......

Second half playing up hill we looked fresher and play was more joined up, pace and height proving we could do better, at 1-2 we looked good then its 2-2 oh heck! another 2 quality finishes put game out of reach...back on track!

Talking points......the missed elbow (that caused a bit of heated debate in the stand!) that every one else saw except the ref......and in the second half the Ref seemed to blank the Lino on the dug out side for some reason (who was having a good game)

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Hartley Wintney 2 -1 Camberley Town.

 

Another day when Camberley will be scratching their heads and wondering what to do next. The first break within 3 minutes saw Camberley take the lead and for the next 15 minutes Hartley had very little to answer with. It was looking like it could have been a result for Camberley if the game continued in that vain. However, like Saturday, Camberley began to lose their shape and were consistent in giving the ball away far too cheaply. Hartley drew level with a poke in on the goal line in a goalmouth scramble, where the Camberley defence were getting their legs tangled with the keeper who was desperately trying to gather the ball.

The Second half saw Camberley even more desperate to find their shape and again they were consistent in giving the ball back to Hartley each time they got possession. It was Hartley who scored with a good header from a cross that should have been dealt with by the four defenders who stood rooted to the spot as the ball went over them and onto a Hartley head. Camberley offered no threat at all to the Hartley goal apart from he first attack and but for a couple of quality saves from the Camberley keeper, they could have lost by a much bigger margin. Turks has got some work to do and quickly to get the side playing as a winning unit again.

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Windsor 0 Walton & Hersham 0

Game dominated by two great defensive displays. Thought Walton & Hersham had one of the best defences i've seen at this level they wont concede many this season as long as they stay together. Sad to hear the young lad Williams has left Windsor for sunny Spain. Windsor's main problem as it was last year is that the team seems to change every game. 

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