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Just getting ready to rumble for tonight folks, I expect Pete the Greek will have his eye very much on events at Summers Lane and Berkeley Fields:

Premier Division
Arlesey Town v Leighton Town
Aylesbury Vale Dynamos v Crawley Green
Biggleswade United v Eynesbury Rovers
Colney Heath v Harefield United 
Dunstable Town v Baldock Town 
Edgware Town v North Greenford United
Leverstock Green v Broadfields United 
London Colney v Oxhey Jets 
Newport Pagnell Town v Potton United 
Wembley v Harpenden Town

Division One

Amersham Town v Buckingham Athletic (7.30pm)

Bedford v Ampthill Town

Enfield Borough v New Salamis

St Panteleimon v Rayners Lane

Stotfold v Langford

Winslow United v Milton Keynes Robins

Berkshire Senior Cup First Round

Didcot Town Development v Aston Clinton (8.00pm)

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3 hours ago, Rhodes said:

Just getting ready to rumble for tonight folks, I expect Pete the Greek will have his eye very much on events at Summers Lane and Berkeley Fields:

I would have thought he will have both eyes on events on the field at Pancake Lane where he is officiating

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St Panteleimon 7 Rayners Lane 1

WALLOP!

I'm told St Panteleimon were clinical this eve! and the game was free entry :thumbup(2):

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Thanks Karen, that wasn't too much trouble was it:

Premier Division
Arlesey Town 1 Leighton Town 1

Aylesbury Vale Dynamos 2 Crawley Green 0

Biggleswade United 0 Eynesbury Rovers 5
Colney Heath 2 Harefield United 1
Dunstable Town 2 Baldock Town 1
Edgware Town 4 North Greenford United 2
Leverstock Green 0 Broadfields United 0
London Colney 1 Oxhey Jets 3
Newport Pagnell Town 6 Potton United 0
Wembley 3 Harpenden Town 1

Division One

Amersham Town 0 Buckingham Athletic 1

Bedford 1 Ampthill Town 3

Enfield Borough 1 New Salamis 1

St Panteleimon 7 Rayners Lane 1

Stotfold 0 Langford 1

Winslow United 8 Milton Keynes Robins 0

Berkshire Senior Cup First Round

Didcot Town Development 6 Aston Clinton 1

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7 minutes ago, Savagebee said:

St Panteleimon 7 Rayners Lane 1

WALLOP!

Yes, but what happened to New Salamis only drawing at Enfield Borough, I wonder what Peter the Greek will have to say about that

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13 minutes ago, Rhodes said:

Premier Division

Wembley 3 Harpenden Town 1

Another very good result for Wembley FC.

Ian Basher Bates will be well happy.

Top of the league your having a laugh top of the league your having a laugh 🙂 

Good work Rhodes and Karen :thumbup(2):

Edited by Savagebee

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Wembley are punching below their weight at Step 5, they should be a Step 4 or Step 3 Club, it sounded like a good game at Vale Farm this evening:

https://twitter.com/WembleyFC?ref_src=twsrc^google|twcamp^serp|twgr^author

https://twitter.com/Harpenden_Town?ref_src=twsrc^google|twcamp^serp|twgr^author

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Tonight's Attendances

1-1 Arlesey Town v Leighton Town Attendance: 91

2-0 Aylesbury Vale Dynamos v Crawley Green Attendance: 77

0-5 Biggleswade United v Eynesbury Rovers Attendance: 82

2-1 Colney Heath v Harefield United Attendance: 92

2-1 Dunstable Town v Baldock Town Attendance: 122

4-2 Edgware Town v North Greenford United Attendance: 62

0-0 Leverstock Green v Broadfields United Attendance: 73

1-3 London Colney v Oxhey Jets Attendance: 50

6-0 Newport Pagnell Town v Potton United Attendance: 157

3-1 Wembley v Harpenden Town Attendance: 53

 

 

0-1 Amersham Town v Buckingham Athletic Attendance: 48

1-3 Bedford v Ampthill Town Attendance: 60

1-1 Enfield Borough v New Salamis Attendance: 26

7-1 St Panteleimon v Rayners Lane Attendance: 42

0-1 Stotfold v Langford Attendance: 126

8-0 Winslow United v Milton Keynes Robins Attendance: 145

 

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27 minutes ago, Rhodes said:

Wembley are punching below their weight at Step 5, they should be a Step 4 or Step 3 Club, it sounded like a good game at Vale Farm this evening:

https://twitter.com/WembleyFC?ref_src=twsrc^google|twcamp^serp|twgr^author

https://twitter.com/Harpenden_Town?ref_src=twsrc^google|twcamp^serp|twgr^author

They’ve finished 9th then 12th in recent seasons?

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9 hours ago, Glenda said:

They’ve finished 9th then 12th in recent seasons?

Yeah I cant remember the last time Wembley FC played at a higher level than Step 5?

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9 hours ago, Karen Browne said:

Tonight's Attendances

7-1 St Panteleimon v Rayners Lane Attendance: 42

Thought there would have been more people at this freebee derby game.

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9 hours ago, Karen Browne said:

Tonight's Attendances

8-0 Winslow United v Milton Keynes Robins Attendance: 145

Winslow Boy you have got to be happy with how Winslow have started this season? but I know its still very early days.

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12 hours ago, Karen Browne said:

I would have thought he will have both eyes on events on the field at Pancake Lane where he is officiating

I did toy with the idea of asking him his opinions on Rhodes, but thought better of it. Mind you, he did get some pretty hefty verbals right at the end in the wake of the red card(s).

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38 minutes ago, stingray said:

I did toy with the idea of asking him his opinions on Rhodes, but thought better of it. Mind you, he did get some pretty hefty verbals right at the end in the wake of the red card(s).

Only the one red card.

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Pete the Greek - I haven't seen you in action for quite a while now so do you still have the same unique running style on the line with your flag permanently outstretched at chest level or have you changed it, that's no criticism as all Officials have their own style in the middle or, in your case, on the line. 

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3 hours ago, stingray said:

Mind you, he did get some pretty hefty verbals right at the end in the wake of the red card(s).

 

That's a surprise, I have never known a game to be without incident or controversy where Pete the Greek was officiating at, according to the match report there was one red card and one sin-binning close to the end of the proceedings at Pancake Lane:

http://levgreenfc.co.uk/event/190806f/

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14 hours ago, Karen Browne said:

Tonight's Attendances

3-1 Wembley v Harpenden Town Attendance: 53

 

'An anorak', posting on another Forum, was one of the meagre 53 at Vale Farm last night, it's a shocking attendance isn't it for a balmy first Tuesday night of a new campaign:

Spartan South Midlands Premier 
Vale Farm 
Wembley FC 3 Harpenden Town 1 
Admission: £7 Paper available Attendance: 53 
This has been on my radar for a while and my sporadic commission in London saw a chance to visit it at last. Easy journey up via Bakerloo and bus; a very nice little ground and set-up with plenty of cover (much needed because of some torrential showers). 
I saw the hosts last season away at Hadley and they were not very good. Tonight they were excellent; good skill ad ball retention and two of the goals were top-draw. The away side were competitive but their final ball was lacking. 
They led on 22 with a volleyed finish from a loose ball into the bottom corner; that lasted until 28 with a beauty of a near post flick to equalise. Hosts went close a couple of times from set pieces but it reached HT at 1-1. 
Second half saw the hosts extend their lead on 63 with a side-footed finish from a left-wing cross and extend it on 68 with the goal of the night; a right-wing charge, cross on the run and met with a beautiful first time shot. 
A lot of huff and puff from the away side but the hosts never looked in trouble after and the game played out with little more action. 
Back to hotel in Paddington in 40. 

Edited by Rhodes

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14 hours ago, Rhodes said:

Premier Division

Biggleswade United 0 Eynesbury Rovers 5

Another, 'anorak', posting on another Forum, was at this one last night:

Spartan South Midlands Premier 
Biggleswade United 0 - 5 Eynesbury Rovers, Second Meadow. HT = 0 - 2 
Adm £6/4, Prog online only, Tea £1 
Attendance 82 
My first visit to Second Meadow, easy to find, basically 2 left turns after Sainsbury's. I may have jovially mentioned my disappointment at the lack of a printed programme to the turnstyle operator. Biggleswade were doing a live stream of the match on YouTube with the camera man positioned on top of a high scaffold above the main stand. A smart and clean clubhouse, despite a lack of a functional lock on the Disabled Toilet door! There is also a small children's playground at the front. There was a good turn out from the Eynesbury supporters as this is one of their nearer away fixtures. 
Biggleswade never really shone during this match with a score line of 0-2 at HT, the second half showed even less team cohesion. Towards the end of the second half, United's frustrations began to show as Langlais was disciplined using the Siin Bin, where he appeared to be for 12 minutes. His team mate Caglar was also 'Sin Binned' with approximately 10 mins left of the match. Eynesbury managed to take advantage of playing against 10 men for this time by having more shots on goal, eventually finishing 5 goals up. 
An enjoyable evening out, with thankfully no rain. 
 

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15 hours ago, Rhodes said:

Yes, but what happened to New Salamis only drawing at Enfield Borough, I wonder what Peter the Greek will have to say about that

Not interested. 

 

3 hours ago, Rhodes said:

Pete the Greek - I haven't seen you in action for quite a while now so do you still have the same unique running style on the line with your flag permanently outstretched at chest level or have you changed it, that's no criticism as all Officials have their own style in the middle or, in your case, on the line. 

You exaggerate. 

 

1 hour ago, Rhodes said:

That's a surprise, I have never known a game to be without incident or controversy where Pete the Greek was officiating at, according to the match report there was one red card and one sin-binning close to the end of the proceedings at Pancake Lane:

http://levgreenfc.co.uk/event/190806f/

Not all my games have 'incidents' and 'controversy'. You are just being selective. 

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5 hours ago, Rhodes said:

Pete the Greek - I haven't seen you in action for quite a while now so do you still have the same unique running style on the line with your flag permanently outstretched at chest level or have you changed it, that's no criticism as all Officials have their own style in the middle or, in your case, on the line. 

That made me laugh :lol4:

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2 hours ago, Rhodes said:

'An anorak', posting on another Forum, was one of the meagre 53 at Vale Farm last night, it's a shocking attendance isn't it for a balmy first Tuesday night of a new campaign:

Spartan South Midlands Premier 
Vale Farm 
Wembley FC 3 Harpenden Town 1 
Admission: £7 Paper available Attendance: 53 
This has been on my radar for a while and my sporadic commission in London saw a chance to visit it at last. Easy journey up via Bakerloo and bus; a very nice little ground and set-up with plenty of cover (much needed because of some torrential showers). 
I saw the hosts last season away at Hadley and they were not very good. Tonight they were excellent; good skill ad ball retention and two of the goals were top-draw. The away side were competitive but their final ball was lacking. 
They led on 22 with a volleyed finish from a loose ball into the bottom corner; that lasted until 28 with a beauty of a near post flick to equalise. Hosts went close a couple of times from set pieces but it reached HT at 1-1. 
Second half saw the hosts extend their lead on 63 with a side-footed finish from a left-wing cross and extend it on 68 with the goal of the night; a right-wing charge, cross on the run and met with a beautiful first time shot. 
A lot of huff and puff from the away side but the hosts never looked in trouble after and the game played out with little more action. 
Back to hotel in Paddington in 40. 

There attendances are always poor which is a shame as its a very decent ground and clubhouse and the pitch is like a bowling green. Most of there regulars are the wrong side of 70. The ground is in a area where the locals are not interested in watching Step 5 football they are more interested in watching the likes of Man Utd, Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal or Man City on Sky TV at home or in the pub.

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2 hours ago, Rhodes said:

Another, 'anorak', posting on another Forum, was at this one last night:

Spartan South Midlands Premier 
Biggleswade United 0 - 5 Eynesbury Rovers, Second Meadow. HT = 0 - 2 
Adm £6/4, Prog online only, Tea £1 
Attendance 82 
My first visit to Second Meadow, easy to find, basically 2 left turns after Sainsbury's. I may have jovially mentioned my disappointment at the lack of a printed programme to the turnstyle operator. Biggleswade were doing a live stream of the match on YouTube with the camera man positioned on top of a high scaffold above the main stand. A smart and clean clubhouse, despite a lack of a functional lock on the Disabled Toilet door! There is also a small children's playground at the front. There was a good turn out from the Eynesbury supporters as this is one of their nearer away fixtures. 
Biggleswade never really shone during this match with a score line of 0-2 at HT, the second half showed even less team cohesion. Towards the end of the second half, United's frustrations began to show as Langlais was disciplined using the Siin Bin, where he appeared to be for 12 minutes. His team mate Caglar was also 'Sin Binned' with approximately 10 mins left of the match. Eynesbury managed to take advantage of playing against 10 men for this time by having more shots on goal, eventually finishing 5 goals up. 
An enjoyable evening out, with thankfully no rain. 
 

No programme is a Ground hoppers worst nightmare 🙂 

 Ive seen Ground hoppers kick off big time and walk out of the ground if there wasn't a programme 🙂 they get angry if they haven't got anything to put in there plastic bag 😉 

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Savagebee - This excellent article says it all about the current football programme climate, at non league level anyway, with so many Club's failing to issue on matchdays now, it's sacrilege in my opinion:

https://northkentnonleague.co.uk/the-changing-face-of-football-programmes

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