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Lets give ourselves plenty of opportunity to debate Saturday's fixtures:

Saturday 24 October – (all kick off 3.00pm)

Premier Division

Arlesey Town v Wembley

Broadfields United v Aylesbury Vale Dynamos

Edgware Town v Baldock Town

Eynesbury Rovers v North Greenford United

Harefield United v Biggleswade United

Harpenden Town v Dunstable Town

Leighton Town v Leverstock Green

London Colney v Crawley Green

Potton United v Colney Heath

Tring Athletic v Oxhey Jets

Division One

Amersham Town v Hillingdon Borough

Bedford v New Salamis

Enfield Borough v Milton Keynes Irish

London Lions v London Tigers

Park View v Ampthill Town

Shefford Town & Campton v Rayners Lane

St Panteleimon v Buckingham Athletic

Stotfold v Winslow United

Division Two

Aston Clinton v MK Gallacticos

Berkhamsted Comrades v Bovingdon

Berkhamsted Raiders v Sarratt

Buckingham United v Totternhoe

Codicote v Pitstone & Ivinghoe

New Bradwell St Peter v Tring Corinthians AFC

The 61 FC (Luton) v Old Bradwell United

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13 minutes ago, Rhodes said:

Division One

Park View v Ampthill Town

I gather this one will unfortunately be behind closed doors:

Billede

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2 hours ago, Rhodes said:

Lets give ourselves plenty of opportunity to debate Saturday's fixtures:

Saturday 24 October – (all kick off 3.00pm)

Division One

St Panteleimon v Buckingham Athletic

What a game this should be 😋

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2 hours ago, Rhodes said:

I gather this one will unfortunately be behind closed doors:

Billede

Who do Park View FC think they are? A Premiership team 😂

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13 hours ago, Rhodes said:

Division One

Enfield Borough v Milton Keynes Irish

I would give my right arm to be a fly on the wall when Mani Asare, Shaun Reece, Terry Shrieves and Glyn Creaser get together after the game, there's so much football knowledge between them:

Billede

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17 hours ago, Rhodes said:

Saturday 24 October 

Premier Division

Edgware Town v Baldock Town

Note that the Clubhouse at Silver Jubilee Park tomorrow will be closed:

CLUBHOUSE CLOSED Due to the latest Government Tier 2 restrictions the Clubhouse at @JubileeSilver will be closed until further notice. Food and drink will still be available from the Clubhouse for take away only.

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A warning letter from Dacorum Borough Council ahead of tomorrow's fixtures involving the Hertfordshire Club's under their jurisdiction:

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23 hours ago, Savagebee said:

Division One

St Panteleimon v Buckingham Athletic

What a game this should be 😋

Savagebee - You're not wrong and I see that 'The London Football Guide' have  covered it on their website, I notice they say Buckingham Athletic 'have come flying out of the blocks and are top after losing only one of their opening seven games' but they surprisingly fail to mention it's down to one man and one man only, Scott Reynolds: 

http://www.tlfg.uk/

Spartan South Midlands League Division 1
St Panteleimon v Buckingham Athletic @3pm - the Saints were joint top with New Salamis when the season ended in March. Promotion looked pretty much certain so they were one of the biggest losers anywhere in the country when they saw their results declared null and void by the FA. This season hasn't begun quite so strongly, after their move to share with Enfield Town, but with four wins from seven they're up in fifth and should be among the frontrunners for the rest of the season. Buckingham Athletic has a pretty humdrum campaign last time out but have come flying out of the blocks and are top after losing only one of their opening seven games. Tickets are available on the gate for £5.
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On 22/10/2020 at 20:19, Rhodes said:

Saturday 24 October 

Premier Division

Eynesbury Rovers v North Greenford United

North Greenford United are often party poopers but I doubt they will be tomorrow at Hall Road:

Billede

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On 22/10/2020 at 20:19, Rhodes said:

Premier Division

Edgware Town v Baldock Town

Harpenden Town v Dunstable Town

Tring Athletic v Oxhey Jets

Match programmes for these three games this afternoon:

https://view.publitas.com/edgware-town-fc/etfc-prog_baldock-town-olkbrdpdrab6/page/1

https://harpendentownfc.co.uk/clubdocuments.aspx

https://issuu.com/tringafc/docs/oxhey_jets_24_october_2020

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On 22/10/2020 at 20:19, Rhodes said:

Division One

Enfield Borough v Milton Keynes Irish

St Panteleimon v Buckingham Athletic

Match programmes for these two games this afternoon:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1WVZNMf1itYgGVqrt7QaU4nt76xJLrPIP/view

http://stpanteleimonfc.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/St-Panteleimon-FC-Match-Programme-24.10.20.pdf

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Some amazing results this afternoon:

Premier Division

Arlesey Town 3 Wembley 1

Broadfields United 1 Aylesbury Vale Dynamos 1

Edgware Town 2 Baldock Town 1

Eynesbury Rovers 0 North Greenford United 1

Harefield United 2 Biggleswade United 5

Harpenden Town 4 Dunstable Town 5

Leighton Town 1 Leverstock Green 0

London Colney 2 Crawley Green 0

Potton United 1 Colney Heath 1

Tring Athletic 1 Oxhey Jets 2

Division One

Amersham Town 0 Hillingdon Borough 1

Bedford 1 New Salamis 1

Enfield Borough 1 Milton Keynes Irish 6

London Lions 2 London Tigers 1

Park View 0 Ampthill Town 5

Shefford Town & Campton 2 Rayners Lane 0

St Panteleimon 5 Buckingham Athletic 2

Stotfold 4 Winslow United 1

Division Two

Aston Clinton 3 MK Gallacticos 2

Berkhamsted Comrades 2 Bovingdon 0

Berkhamsted Raiders 5 Sarratt 0

Buckingham United 2 Totternhoe 2

Codicote 0 Pitstone & Ivinghoe 1

New Bradwell St Peter 3 Tring Corinthians AFC 1

The 61 FC (Luton) 0 Old Bradwell United 5

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19 hours ago, Rhodes said:

North Greenford United are often party poopers

A goal on 28 minutes from, who else, Melford Simpson gave North Greenford United an unsurprising win today as they often deliver when least expected to, goalkeeper Sam House had a great game.

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Some flesh on the bones

 

PREMIER DIVISION

3-1 Arlesey Town v Wembley (Miller [2], Carvalho) / (Unknown) Attendance: 83

1-1 Broadfields United v Aylesbury Vale Dynamos (Smith) / (Lambeth [pen]) Attendance: 86

2-1 Edgware Town v Baldock Town (Onabolu, Issa) / (Rowland) Attendance: 100

0-1 Eynesbury Rovers v North Greenford United (Simpson) Attendance: 118

2-5 Harefield United v Biggleswade United (Farhall, Dobbs) / (Black [2], Hunt, Flanagan, Clayton) Attendance: 145

4-5 Harpenden Town v Dunstable Town (Anthony [3] [1 pen], Rickman) / (Stapleton [2], Twelves, Hankins, Pedro) Attendance: 137

1-0 Leighton Town v Leverstock Green (McClelland) Attendance: 315

2-0 London Colney v Crawley Green (Conlch, King) Attendance: 45

1-1 Potton United v Colney Heath (Camara) / (Lovell) Attendance: 127

1-2 Tring Athletic v Oxhey Jets (Naylor) / (Bircham, Brennan) Attendance: 96

 

DIVISION ONE

0-1 Amersham Town v Hillingdon Borough (Unknown [pen]) Attendance: 43

1-1 Bedford v New Salamis (Unknown) / (Unknown) Attendance: 45

1-6 Enfield Borough v Milton Keynes Irish FC (Unknown) / (G Shrieves [3], Spence [2], Dummett) Attendance: 20

2-1 London Lions v London Tigers (Goldberg, Yoane (og)) / (Faulder) Attendance: 67

0-5 Park View v Ampthill Town (Cerminara [3], Cullen, Unknown) Attendance: 0 (Behind Closed Doors)

2-0 Shefford Town & Campton v Rayners Lane (Unknown) Attendance: 81

4-1 Stotfold v Winslow United (Ryan [3], Hussey (og)) / (A King) Attendance: 118

5-2 St Panteleimon v Buckingham Athletic (Unknown) / (Tappin, Opponent Own Goal) Attendance: 25

 

DIVISION TWO

3-2 Aston Clinton v MK Gallacticos (Unknown) / (Daminabo, Smith) Attendance: 35

2-0 Berkhamsted Comrades v Bovingdon (Unknown) Attendance: 60

5-0 Berkhamsted Raiders v Sarratt (Boswell [2] [1 pen], Shaw, Clark, Williams) Attendance: 35

2-2 Buckingham United v Totternhoe (Unknown) / (Dem, Butler) Attendance: 46

0-1 Codicote v Pitstone & Ivinghoe (Hall) Attendance: 92

3-1 New Bradwell St Peter v Tring Corinthians AFC (Bosoka, Kelsey. Davey) / (T Bennett) Attendance: 47

0-5 The 61FC (Luton) v Old Bradwell United (Green [2], Darryl Smith, Ennis, Anthonio-Forde) Attendance: 21

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Tring 1 Jets 2

Very difficult conditions, I think they call it blowing a hooly north of the border. Jets had the wind behind them first half, so the two goals scored were par really. Bircham hammered home a rebound from the keeper's save for the opener midway through the half, Brennan with a cheeky back heel a yard out from a corner for number two on the half hour. Before both the goals though was the highlight of the game, a stunning save from MOTM Rob Partington to push a great shot onto the bar.

Second half the wind was stronger, and Tring came more into the game, wasting several chances before they eventually did find the net. Jets skipper Tom Gibson got an early bath (figuratively; the side stayed out at half time and didn't use the dressing rooms afterwards either, social distancing and all that) for two bookings, the second of which was highly questionable. This set up a nervy last 15 with both sides having gilt edged chances, Reece Cameron guilty of a bad miss when shooting straight at the keeper from close in when lifting it would've sealed things, Tring failing to hit the target twice when scoring looked easier. As a football match it wasn't a great spectacle, but it was never going to be in that weather. Intriguing derby now on Tuesday, my money's on the Jets as I've seen Harefield three times this season and been astonished how they've ridden so high in the league as they have gone a long way backwards from last year to these eyes.

Blimey just seen the Harpenden result! They've been comfortably the best side I've seen this year, albeit on opening day, whereas Dunstable were probably the worst; just shows how anyone can beat anyone else in this league.

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41 minutes ago, Karen Browne said:

DIVISION ONE

0-1 Amersham Town v Hillingdon Borough (Unknown [pen]) Attendance: 43

What kind of a result was this after Hillingdon Borough's season so far and those 9-1 and 10-0 defeats recently

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1 hour ago, Rhodes said:

A goal on 28 minutes from, who else, Melford Simpson gave North Greenford United an unsurprising win today as they often deliver when least expected to, goalkeeper Sam House had a great game.

👍

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53 minutes ago, Karen Browne said:

DIVISION ONE

0-1 Amersham Town v Hillingdon Borough (Unknown [pen]) Attendance: 43

5-2 St Panteleimon v Buckingham Athletic (Unknown) / (Tappin, Opponent Own Goal) Attendance: 25

A MASSIVE win for Hillingdon Borough and a clean sheet.

Always going to be a cracker between St P and Bucks! Only 25 people there sounds perfect 😂

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2 hours ago, Rhodes said:

A goal on 28 minutes from, who else, Melford Simpson gave North Greenford United an unsurprising win today as they often deliver when least expected to, goalkeeper Sam House had a great game.

A couple of groundhoppers from another Forum were at Hall Road this afternoon and give their versions of events:

Spartan South Midlands League, Premier Division –
Eynesbury Rovers 0 North Greenford United 1

Attendance 118

Admission £6, programme £1 (48 pages, two-thirds adverts but still some good reading matter)
Pint of Fosters £3 (bar service only by texting the club and giving your table number)
With the weather likely to ruin the enjoyment of my first choice match – no cover, and I hate rain – it was a surprisingly trouble-free hike round the M25 and up the A1(M) to Eynesbury, pronounced Ainsbree, and the chance to see hop table topping Rovers.
Their Alfred Hall Memorial Field ground is currently three-sided for spectators, as the far flank, with the dugouts and a metal stand between them and set into and behind the back fence, is off limits due to the virus. There were still four covered areas available, though an old-fashioned seated stand straddling the halfway line on the club house side, with two ten-yards long covered standing areas to its left bordering the club house and a remarkable 12 foot high seated stand behind the car park goal which must include half the town’s scaffolding poles.
Visitors North Greenford United arrived near the foot of the table but made the most of the first half with a pitch-length wind behind them, blocking and tackling for everything and breaking out down the wings. They took a deserved 29th minute lead when their impressive left winger Kai Brosnan won a tackle on the halfway line, played a neat moving one-two and slid an inch perfect pass through the middle for gigantic striker Melford Simpson to slot it home low from ten yards out.
With the wind strengthening and in their favour, Rovers piled on the pressure after the break but never really got into fourth gear – in truth, they could have played all night and not scored - and couldn’t find a way through a resolute United defence, who soaked up what they could and still gave the homesters a few frights, both teams having a shot cleared off the line. A surprise result, but NGU’s application warranted a point minimum against Rovers, who at least had the consolation of still topping the table come British Winter Time.

I was also at this one and can’t add a great deal to the excellent surmising by Ashtree RockBee. I loved the ground and it was a friendly welcome, and a decent crowd too. The pitch was immaculate, and I certainly did not expect the visitors to come away with the win, but they battled hard and looked a side much better than one languishing in the nether regions of the league. As reported in the initial post, goal scorer Simpson is massive, I reckon 6 foot 6 and of solid build, but his hold up play was exceptional. Credit too to the visiting keeper, Sam House, the opposite of Simpson being he is small for a keeper, made two excellent saves in the second half.
Thoroughly enjoyable day out.

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29 minutes ago, Rhodes said:

Pint of Fosters £3 (bar service only by texting the club and giving your table number)

As reported in the initial post, goal scorer Simpson is massive, I reckon 6 foot 6 and of solid build, but his hold up play was exceptional.

Is that what you have to do to get a drink now 😵

The Bigmans first goal of the season? 👍

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2 hours ago, Karen Browne said:

PREMIER DIVISION

1-0 Leighton Town v Leverstock Green (McClelland) Attendance: 315

Leverstock Green have done it again haven't they just four hours after the final whistle, also see the match programme:

http://levgreenfc.co.uk/event/201024f/

https://s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/files.pitchero.com/clubs/3144/LdqVMErQvMayuBoTvctQ_TT vs Levy.pdf

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3 hours ago, Karen Browne said:

DIVISION TWO

2-2 Buckingham United v Totternhoe (Unknown) / (Dem, Butler) Attendance: 46

0-5 The 61FC (Luton) v Old Bradwell United (Green [2], Darryl Smith, Ennis, Anthonio-Forde) Attendance: 21

Two Sports Shots match reports from The Lace Hill Sports & Community Centre and the Kingsway Recreation Ground:

https://www.sportsshots.org.uk/2020/10/24/ssmfld2-buckingham-united-2-totternhoe-2/

https://www.sportsshots.org.uk/2020/10/24/ssmfld2-the-61fc-0-old-bradwell-united-5/

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29 minutes ago, Savagebee said:

Is that what you have to do to get a drink now 😵

Savagebee - It's simply ludicrous isn't it although it's when they say 'table service only' it gets me, it conjures up visions of scantily clad women in nightclubs such as Stringfellows, no offence intended if I'm not being Politically correct

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