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Buckingham Athletic's SSML Division One fixtures for the forthcoming campaign, I wonder what Scott Reynolds is realistically hoping for this season as his preparation has been hit and miss with some slightly disappointing pre-season results, lets hope it will be alright on the 'night' for the FA Vase First Qualifying Round tie with Holmer Green at Stratford Fields on Saturday 19 September:

 

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Some YouTube highlights from Buckingham Athletic's 3-0 defeat at Southern League Division One Central Thame United last Tuesday (1 September 2020) in a pre-season friendly:

https://www.sportsshots.org.uk/2020/09/04/ath-continue-pre-season-preparations-with-old-bradwell-united-visit-on-saturday/

 

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Hold onto your hats folks, over 100 photographs, courtesy of Sports Shots, from the pre-season friendly at Stratford Fields on Tuesday evening (8 September) between Buckingham Athletic Development and Milton Keynes Irish Athletic resulting in a pulsating 4-4 stalemate. It was certainly not a game for the faint-hearted where the hosts led by a goal on four separate occasions only to be pegged back each time, Jordan Tavener from the penalty spot, a brace from Tom Marshall and Tavener again with a brilliant fourth goal netted for Buckingham Athletic Development who are eagerly awaiting their fixtures for their Hellenic League Division Two North campaign ahead:

https://www.sportsshots.org.uk/2020/09/09/psf-buckingham-athletic-development-4-4-mk-irish-athletic/

Buckingham Athletic Development v MK Irish Athletic PSF

 

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A Sports Shots preview on tomorrow's tricky looking FA Fase First Qualifying Round tie with Hellenic League Premier Division Holmer Green at Stratford Fields and a very interesting interview with Scott Reynolds, I think everyone is hoping that Scott can emulate his heroics at Bell Close as Buckingham Athletic deserve some success, they are a great Club:

https://www.sportsshots.org.uk/2020/09/18/fav-preview-buckingham-athletic-v-holmer-green/?doing_wp_cron=1600455863.1325020790100097656250

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Forthcoming fixtures, the Development team's Hellenic League Division Two North fixtures should be issued shortly:

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Sports Shots excellent camera man Dale James was at Stratford Fields on Saturday (19 September) for the Buckingham Athletic v Holmer Green FA Vase First Qualifying Round tie tie which unfortunately Buckingham Athletic lost 2-0:

https://www.sportsshots.org.uk/2020/09/20/fav-buckingham-athletic-0-2-holmer-green/

Buckingham Athletic v Holmer Green FAV

 

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18 hours ago, Rhodes said:

Sports Shots excellent camera man Dale James was at Stratford Fields on Saturday (19 September) for the Buckingham Athletic v Holmer Green FA Vase First Qualifying Round tie tie which unfortunately Buckingham Athletic lost 2-0:

https://www.sportsshots.org.uk/2020/09/20/fav-buckingham-athletic-0-2-holmer-green/

YouTube highlights for those who missed them in the link, Scott Reynolds will be disappointed as he sounded bullish in his interview with Sport Shots on Friday:

 

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On 27/08/2020 at 12:30, Rhodes said:

Buckingham Athletic Development's Hellenic League campaign starts on Saturday 26 September with a Bluefin Challenge Cup First Round tie at Milton United

Buckingham Athletic Development made their Hellenic League Division Two North season bow on Saturday (26 September) albeit in the Bluefin Challenge Cup First Round, impressively beating Division One East outfit Milton United 2-0, the same Division as 'the mighty' Risborough Rangers who, coincidentally, they lost 3-1 to only last night in a League fixture at Horsenden Lane. It was certainly no mean feat for Buckingham Athletic Development to win at 'The Heights', near Banbury in Oxfordshire, Matt Carr and Oliver Golding netted. I gather they will now entertain Division Two East side Chalfont Wasps in the Second Round of the competition who beat Old Bradwell United Development 2-1 at Abbey Road on Saturday, this Saturday (3 October) the Development side play their first Division Two North game of the new campaign when they travel to Headington Amateurs followed by a visit to Old Bradwell United Development a week later on 10 October. Meanwhile the First team impressively won 2-0 at Ampthill Town last night (Tuesday) with goals from Stuart Ironmonger and Owen James following their rather disappointing 1-0 defeat at London Tigers on Saturday, this Saturday (3 October) Scott Reynolds men entertain Enfield Borough at Stratford Fields followed by a visit to McMullen Park to take on current SSML Division One surprise leaders Bedford a week later on 10 October:

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A great photo of the current First Team squad prior to the start of the new campaign:

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On 30/09/2020 at 13:17, Rhodes said:

this Saturday (3 October) the Development side play their first Division Two North game of the new campaign when they travel to Headington Amateurs 

No reported problems this afternoon at the Barton Park Pavillion, home of Headington Amateurs, for Buckingham Athletic Development's first Hellenic League Division Two North fixture of the new campaign, the First team's SSML Division One encounter with Enfield Borough at Stratford Fields also goes ahead with Scott Reynolds hoping to continue from where he left off on Tuesday evening at Ampthill Park however a young Enfield Borough side will be full of enthusiasm and slick movement and won't just lie down:

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On 30/09/2020 at 13:17, Rhodes said:

This Saturday (3 October) Scott Reynolds men entertain Enfield Borough at Stratford Fields followed by a visit to McMullen Park to take on current SSML Division One surprise leaders Bedford a week later on 10 October

It has been non stop for Buckingham Athletic this month thanks to Scott Reynolds men being handed seven demanding League fixtures during October including the likes of Bedford, St Panteleimon and Rayners Lane away and Stotfold and Milton Keynes Irish at Stratford Fields. Instead of complaining, as some Managers would do, Scott has professionally rolled up his sleeves and got on with things and it says it all about him that his team lifted the Team Of The Week award on Ollie Bayliss's Non League Show recently with the great man giving a totally riveting and articulate interview on the show. The month began with an impressive 5-1 win over a young Enfield Borough side (see match report) followed by a hard fought 0-0 draw at Bedford's McMullen Park who, at that time, were in top spot having won their first four League outings. There then followed an amazing midweek 9-1 victory over a beleaguered Hillingdon Borough outfit with Owen James netting a hat trick followed by a quick return to Stratford Fields to beat an in form Stotfold 3-2 (see report) which, in times gone by under previous Management, would have been a banana skin for the side. Unfortunately the last two fixtures given to the Club, somewhat unfairly, have proved a bridge too far, with a 5-2 defeat at 'big boys' St Panteleimon last Saturday and a narrow 1-0 home defeat to a very good Milton Keynes Irish team on Tuesday evening (see report) who netted just after the interval and somehow managed to hang on like grim death in the end especially when Jeremiah Adams struck the inside of a post in the 74th minute and Owen James shot wide in the final seconds with the net gaping wide. On Saturday Scott Reynolds takes his leg weary troops to Rayners Lane in a hope of getting back to winning ways before another road trip to Langford the following Wednesday (4 November):

https://www.pitchero.com/clubs/enfieldboroughfc/teams/154408/match-centre/1-6378943/report

https://www.stotfoldfc.co.uk/Matchreport.aspx?id=476784

https://www.botp.co.uk/blog/what-no-red

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1 hour ago, Rhodes said:

There then followed an amazing midweek 9-1 victory over a beleaguered Hillingdon Borough outfit with Owen James netting a hat trick

A low key interview with Scott Reynolds following the 9-1 demolition of Hillingdon Borough on Tuesday 13 October, instead of jumping for joy as most Managers would have done and saying he was 'over the moon' Scott's immediate thoughts turn to the following Saturday and the game with Stotfold, that simply says it all:

 

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14 hours ago, Rhodes said:

a narrow 1-0 home defeat to a very good Milton Keynes Irish team on Tuesday evening (see report) who netted just after the interval and somehow managed to hang on like grim death in the end especially when Jeremiah Adams struck the inside of a post in the 74th minute and Owen James shot wide in the final seconds with the net gaping wide

https://www.botp.co.uk/blog/what-no-red

Sports Shots photographer Dale James was in attendance at Stratford Field on Tuesday for the Buckingham Athletic v Milton Keynes Irish fixture and here are 150 photographs from the night:

https://www.sportsshots.org.uk/2020/10/29/ssmfl-div-1-buckingham-athletic-0-1-mk-irish/

Buckingham Athletic v MK Irish SSMFL

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I know this album is on the Buckingham United thread but not this one, photographs and a match report from the pre-season friendly fixture on Saturday 20 July 2019 between Buckingham Athletic and Buckingham United at Stratford Fields, there is some dispute as to whether the result was 13-2 or 13-3 to Buckingham Athletic:

https://buckingham.news/a-match-to-remember/

Buckingham Athletic v Buckingham United

 

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Photographs from the pre-season friendly on Saturday 12 September (2020) between Halse United and Buckingham Athletic Development, also see a video clip of Halse United's winning goal, they won 1-0 at their Grange Farm home near Brackley in Northamptonshire:

https://www.halseunitedfc.com/teams/152198/match-centre/0-4893203/photos

https://www.halseunitedfc.com/teams/152198/match-centre/0-4893203/events

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Cannot for the life of me figure out why Ath had their goal disallowed against Langford, watching Cold Ends (brilliant) highlights all I saw was someone win a perfectly good aerial challenge. 

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Winslow Boy - I think Buckingham Athletic unfortunately got the rough end of the stick in their last few games prior to lockdown and since beating Stotfold 3-2 on 17 October when they briefly topped Division One. Firstly Karen handed them St Panteleimon away and Milton Keynes Irish at home back to back on a Saturday and Tuesday and then a difficult trip to Rayners Lane (photographs below) where I gather they were robbed blind, then, as you say, they should have won comfortably at Langford who had already lost four League matches at Forde Park. Hopefully Scott Reynolds can get back to winning ways on 5 December, coincidentally against Langford at Stratford Fields:

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Yes certainly unfair, Karen shouldn’t have scheduled them to play any difficult sides, who does she think she is?!

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When the fixtures were released at the start of the season no club was top or bottom, the way the games came out were random

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4 minutes ago, Karen Browne said:

When the fixtures were released at the start of the season no club was top or bottom, the way the games came out were random

Yeah yeah, don’t make excuses, you could have just given Buckingham Ath games they could win all season. Totally corrupt. 

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