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The midweek fixtures:

Monday 7 August

Berks & Bucks Senior Cup First Round

Reading City v Aylesbury Vale Dynamos (7.45pm)

 

Buckingham Junior Charity Cup First Round

Mursley United P Syresham (Mursley United walkover)

 

Tuesday 8 October (all 7.45 unless stated)

Premier Division

Oxhey Jets v North Greenford United (7.30pm)

Biggleswade United v Leighton Town

Broadfields United v Edgware Town

London Colney v Tring Athletic

 

Division 1

London Tigers v Hillingdon Borough

Milton Keynes Robins v Bedford

Shefford Town & Campton v Enfield Borough

Stotfold v St Panteleimon

 

Berks & Bucks Senior Cup First Round

Holmer Green v Newport Pagnell Town

 

Wednesday 9 October (all 7.45 unless stated)

Division 1

Brimsdown v Winslow United (8.00pm)

Wodson Park v FC Broxbourne Borough

 

Hinchingbrooke Cup First Round

Arlesey Town v St Neots Reserves

 

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9 hours ago, Rhodes said:

Monday 7 August

Berks & Bucks Senior Cup First Round

Reading City v Aylesbury Vale Dynamos (7.45pm)

Score 1-1 with about fifteen minutes remaining, Aylesbury led at the interval but Reading equalised immediately after the break

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BERKS & BUCKS SENIOR CUP Preliminary Round

1-1 Reading City v Aylesbury Vale Dynamos (Aylesbury Vale Dynamos won 4-3 on penalties)

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On ‎07‎/‎10‎/‎2019 at 11:51, Rhodes said:

Tuesday 8 October (all 7.45 unless stated)

Premier Division

Oxhey Jets v North Greenford United (7.30pm)

Biggleswade United v Leighton Town

Broadfields United v Edgware Town

London Colney v Tring Athletic

 

Division 1

London Tigers v Hillingdon Borough

Milton Keynes Robins v Bedford

Shefford Town & Campton v Enfield Borough

Stotfold v St Panteleimon

Some interesting games there.

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This evenings scores on the doors, Tring Athletic go marching on:

Premier Division

Biggleswade United 2 Leighton Town 1

Broadfields United 1 Edgware Town 0

London Colney 0 Tring Athletic 2

Oxhey Jets 2 North Greenford United 1

 

Division 1

London Tigers 4 Hillingdon Borough 1

Milton Keynes Robins 1 Bedford 0

Shefford Town & Campton 3 Enfield Borough 1

Stotfold 1 St Panteleimon 1

 

Berks & Bucks Senior Cup Preliminary Round

Holmer Green 1 Newport Pagnell Town 5

 

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Another solid win for Tring again last night against London Colney, two goals from Dan Ferrigno keeps us clear at the top,   FA Vase action at home this saturday. v Woodbridge Town,

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2 hours ago, Elmo said:

Another solid win for Tring again last night against London Colney, two goals from Dan Ferrigno keeps us clear at the top,   FA Vase action at home this saturday. v Woodbridge Town,

Going really well. Top club. This could be the season. 

Edited by Winslow Boy

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playing with plenty of confidence,  strongest midfield i have ever seen at Tring,goals coming from everywhere.  just added George Brinkman to the squad too. although our best performance of the season so far was in our home defeat to Colney Heath !!!! its a funny old game !

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14 hours ago, Rhodes said:

Division 1

Shefford Town & Campton 3 Enfield Borough 1

A proper anorak from another Forum was in attendance at this one last night:

Spartan South Midlands League, Division One – 
Shefford Town & Campton 3 Enfield Borough 1 
Attendance 76, of which at least a quarter were ‘hopperazzi' 
Admission £5 including 12-page programme 
Bottle of Becks Blue and 2 packs of Mini Cheddars £3.70, coffee £1 (no hot food available – some clever fans phoned in a couple of Domino pizzas for the break!) 

As expertly described by totallyuntamed in WDYG dated 24th August, the Shefford Sports Club has a large clubhouse and expansive multi-garden beer garden behind one end. To the left is the car park side with a small Atcost terrace stand straddling the halfway line with the base for a new stand next to it, and behind the far end and the right ‘dugout’ side have grass banks behind them as handy vantage points. 

I suffered a 2-hour 55-mile journey to the ground but at least it wasn’t as bad as that of Enfield Borough, who arrived 52 minutes before show time having forgotten their kit. Star marks to Shefford Town & Campton’s secretary, who rushed off and came back in Clark Kent time with a Shillington FC kit for the visitors, which meant kick-off was only five minutes late. 

Things got worse for the visitors as, despite a nip and tuck first half, within five minutes the red shirted defence were left red faced as they all stood and let Henry Snee trap and slot home a left wing cross from six yards out. Mitch Bateman Foley doubled the lead in the 24th with a speculative 30 yard daisy cutter which bounced in front of and past keeper Jamil Shallo. 

Ten minutes into the second half, Enfield Borough brought a sub on which meant, due to the rushed kit issue, they had two number 12’s on the pitch. This didn’t faze the Bedfordshire side, least of all Snee who flicked a lovely 20 yarder in for 3-0 in the 58th. The final score was reached with a left wing cross bullet headed home by Alie Bangura twelve minutes from time. 

As mentioned, there was a ‘programme’ of hoppers in attendance, my evening enhanced by Andy FTM from Bury St. Edmunds, OTT from Oxford and his Bristolian fiancé, and local hero Wavendonian. 

 

 

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15 hours ago, Rhodes said:

Division 1

Milton Keynes Robins 1 Bedford 0

Another real anorak from another Forum was at this affair at the MK Irish Centre last night:

MANOR FIELDS, MK IRISH CENTRE 
MILTON KEYNES ROBINS 1 Bedford 0 
Adm £5 with team sheet stapled into programme shell. 
Tea £1
 

What a wonderful, fascinating venue, true ground porn! 
Piles and piles of assorted junk and building materials are stacked up at the rear of the long grandstand, with the ultimate item being the transit pick up with smashed windows parked near the corner flag!

Other items lay strewn amongst the banking behind the goal and to the left of the smaller grandstand, including a turnstile, floodlights, drainage pipes and a mower. The ground inspectors would be having kittens. 

Interesting also to see the seats from the National Hockey Stadium, and some signage too. 
Could not access the main Irish Centre building due to an auction taking place of more valuable assorted junk.  
The game was livened up by the addition of a drum and out of tune trombone, which was absolutely brilliant. 
Events at the Big Top next door seemed to require the attendance of an ambulance for some considerable time, possibly an act gone wrong. 
Travel for me was by way of the nearby Fenny Stratford Station with its ex District Line Underground stock, and Bletchley. The 2150 service being very convenient after the game. 
The Red Lion pub, a couple of minutes walk along the canal and over the swing bridge at Fenny Lock was a wonderful location for a pre match pint. 

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16 hours ago, Rhodes said:

Premier Division

Oxhey Jets 2 North Greenford United 1

Photos and a report from this one last night, Oxhey Jets move into fifth, two points off second place, now for the FA Vase on Saturday:

https://www.oxheyjets.com/

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Last night's results:

Division 1

Brimsdown 1 Winslow United 2

Wodson Park 0 FC Broxbourne Borough 3

 

Hinchingbrooke Cup First Round

Arlesey Town 3 St Neots Reserves 0

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4 hours ago, Rhodes said:

Division 1

Brimsdown 1 Winslow United 2

A good win for Winslow United last night taking them up to third in the table ahead of their Berks & Bucks Senior Trophy Second Round tie with Marlow Town on Saturday:

http://sportsshots.org.uk/?p=47569

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1 hour ago, Rhodes said:

A good win for Winslow United last night taking them up to third in the table ahead of their Berks & Bucks Senior Trophy Second Round tie with Marlow Town on Saturday:

http://sportsshots.org.uk/?p=47569

At one stage late in the game Brimsdown only had 8 on the field with one sent off and two in the sin bin!!! I’m not bothered how the wins come we just need to keep putting them together. 

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On 09/10/2019 at 09:54, Winslow Boy said:

Going really well. Top club. This could be the season. 

It’s usually the case that the club with the biggest budget wins the league 

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On 09/10/2019 at 12:55, Rhodes said:

A proper anorak from another Forum was in attendance at this one last night:

Spartan South Midlands League, Division One – 
Shefford Town & Campton 3 Enfield Borough 1 
Attendance 76, of which at least a quarter were ‘hopperazzi' 
Admission £5 including 12-page programme 
Bottle of Becks Blue and 2 packs of Mini Cheddars £3.70, coffee £1 (no hot food available – some clever fans phoned in a couple of Domino pizzas for the break!) 

As expertly described by totallyuntamed in WDYG dated 24th August, the Shefford Sports Club has a large clubhouse and expansive multi-garden beer garden behind one end. To the left is the car park side with a small Atcost terrace stand straddling the halfway line with the base for a new stand next to it, and behind the far end and the right ‘dugout’ side have grass banks behind them as handy vantage points. 

I suffered a 2-hour 55-mile journey to the ground but at least it wasn’t as bad as that of Enfield Borough, who arrived 52 minutes before show time having forgotten their kit. Star marks to Shefford Town & Campton’s secretary, who rushed off and came back in Clark Kent time with a Shillington FC kit for the visitors, which meant kick-off was only five minutes late. 

Things got worse for the visitors as, despite a nip and tuck first half, within five minutes the red shirted defence were left red faced as they all stood and let Henry Snee trap and slot home a left wing cross from six yards out. Mitch Bateman Foley doubled the lead in the 24th with a speculative 30 yard daisy cutter which bounced in front of and past keeper Jamil Shallo. 

Ten minutes into the second half, Enfield Borough brought a sub on which meant, due to the rushed kit issue, they had two number 12’s on the pitch. This didn’t faze the Bedfordshire side, least of all Snee who flicked a lovely 20 yarder in for 3-0 in the 58th. The final score was reached with a left wing cross bullet headed home by Alie Bangura twelve minutes from time. 

As mentioned, there was a ‘programme’ of hoppers in attendance, my evening enhanced by Andy FTM from Bury St. Edmunds, OTT from Oxford and his Bristolian fiancé, and local hero Wavendonian. 

 

 

Clubs at this level forgetting the kit. 

Mickey Mouse stuff!!!

sort yourselves out, for god sake 

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Dailydose - To be fair it is easily done, it happened when I was with Haringey Borough and Kentish Town when whoever was responsible for the kit simply forgot to put it in the boot of his car, a simple and honest mistake with all the stress involved on a matchday, nine times out of ten there is a spare kit available at the venue but obviously if there isn't then there is a problem.

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14 hours ago, Jonno said:

It’s usually the case that the club with the biggest budget wins the league 

Jonno - How do you know that Tring Athletic have the biggest budget in the SSML

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Did anybody notice the attendance figure at London Tigers on Tuesday evening, it wasn’t that much better at Brimsdown, how are Club’s surviving without taking any money on the gate:

Premier Division

Biggleswade United 2 Leighton Town 1 att 84

Broadfields United 1 Edgware Town 0 att 39

London Colney 0 Tring Athletic 2 att 65

Oxhey Jets 2 North Greenford United 1 att 57

Division 1

Brimsdown 1 Winslow United 2 att 15

London Tigers 4 Hillingdon Borough 1 att 3

Milton Keynes Robins 1 Bedford 0 att 35

Shefford Town & Campton 3 Enfield Borough 1 att 76

Stotfold 1 St Panteleimon 1 att 75

Wodson Park 0 FC Broxbourne Borough 3 att 25

Berks & Bucks Senior Cup Preliminary Round

Reading City 1 Aylesbury Vale Dynamos 1 (Aylesbury win 4-3 on pens) att not known

Holmer Green 1 Newport Pagnell Town 5 att 26

Hinchingbrooke Cup First Round

Arlesey Town 3 St Neots Reserves 0 att 39

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7 hours ago, Rhodes said:

Dailydose - To be fair it is easily done, it happened when I was with Haringey Borough and Kentish Town when whoever was responsible for the kit simply forgot to put it in the boot of his car, a simple and honest mistake with all the stress involved on a matchday, nine times out of ten there is a spare kit available at the venue but obviously if there isn't then there is a problem.

 

I can remember that happening ONCE at anyway game.

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2 hours ago, Big J R said:

 

I can remember that happening ONCE at anyway game.

Big J R - Do you mean that you have never encountered it, I can assure you it is quite common

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16 hours ago, Rhodes said:

Big J R - Do you mean that you have never encountered it, I can assure you it is quite common

I suppose that would only depend on he ability of the Clubs 'back-room' boys !

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On 11/10/2019 at 11:28, Rhodes said:

Jonno - How do you know that Tring Athletic have the biggest budget in the SSML

Those players don’t play for free

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