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Tuesday/Wednesday 3/4 November - SSML Results/Reports

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The last football for a while by the looks of things:

Tuesday 3 November – (kick off 7.45pm unless stated)

Premier Division

Arlesey Town v Eynesbury Rovers (kick off 7.30pm)

Biggleswade United v Colney Heath

Broadfields United v Tring Athletic (kick off 7.30pm)

Edgware Town v Crawley Green (kick off 7.30pm)

Harefield United v North Greenford United (kick off 7.30pm)

Harpenden Town v Leighton Town

Leverstock Green v Wembley (kick off 7.30pm)

Newport Pagnell Town v Baldock Town (kick off 7.30pm)

Potton United v Dunstable Town

Division One

Hillingdon Borough v Ampthill Town (behind closed doors)

 

Wednesday 4 November – (kick off 7.45pm)

Division One

Langford v Buckingham Athletic

Park View v Amersham Town (behind closed doors)

 

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4 minutes ago, Rhodes said:

Tuesday 3 November 

Division One

Hillingdon Borough v Ampthill Town (behind closed doors)

Strange that Hillingdon Borough advertise the fixture tomorrow evening and then, seperately, state that it is being played behind closed doors:

This game will be played behind close doors. We are asking anyone who is planning to come to the game to NOT travel to avoid any disappointments

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9 minutes ago, Rhodes said:

Tuesday 3 November 

Premier Division

Leverstock Green v Wembley (kick off 7.30pm)

The match programme:

http://levgreenfc.co.uk/documents/Wembley_League_2021.pdf

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2 hours ago, Rhodes said:

Tuesday 3 November 

Premier Division

Harefield United v North Greenford United (kick off 7.30pm)

The London Football Guide touch on this one:

SSML Premier Division
Harefield United v North Greenford United @745pm - the hosts could break into the league's top four if results go their way on Tuesday night. With no game on Saturday, they should come into this game rested and ready to go. NGU have had a tough time in the league but stunned then leaders  Eynesbury last weekend and rattled in six goals on their way to victory at Sandhurst in the FA Vase on Saturday so they arrive in great form. Tickets are available on the gate and are usually around £6

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2 hours ago, Rhodes said:

Wednesday 4 November 

Division One

Park View v Amersham Town (behind closed doors)

What's the point of the London Football Guide reviewing this one if it's being played behind closed doors:

SSML Division 1
Park View v Amersham Town @745pm - your north London option is what could turn out to be a big relegation six-pointer as both sides are in the bottom four. Being played at the New River Stadium on White Hart Lane, this match is walkable from Wood Green Tube station. Please note, that this match could be behind closed doors but I'm still trying to get confirmation

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19 hours ago, Rhodes said:

Strange that Hillingdon Borough advertise the fixture tomorrow evening and then, seperately, state that it is being played behind closed doors:

This game will be played behind close doors. We are asking anyone who is planning to come to the game to NOT travel to avoid any disappointments

Your right Rhodes.

This behind closed doors rubbish makes me laugh considering both clubs (Hillingdon Borough and Park View) are lucky if they get two men and a dog at there home games 🤔

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On 02/11/2020 at 19:41, Rhodes said:

Tuesday 3 November 

Premier Division

Edgware Town v Crawley Green (kick off 7.30pm)

This evening's match programme:

https://view.publitas.com/edgware-town-fc/etfc-prog_crawley-green-wdwdm3e3ayra/page/1

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On 02/11/2020 at 19:41, Rhodes said:

Tuesday 3 November 

Premier Division

Broadfields United v Tring Athletic (kick off 7.30pm)

How do we see this one panning out:

Billede

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On 02/11/2020 at 19:49, Rhodes said:

Tuesday 3 November 

Division One

Hillingdon Borough v Ampthill Town (behind closed doors)

Strange that Hillingdon Borough advertise the fixture tomorrow evening and then, seperately, state that it is being played behind closed doors:

This game will be played behind close doors. We are asking anyone who is planning to come to the game to NOT travel to avoid any disappointments

This one has been called off anyway due to a waterlogged pitch, I wonder if Hillingdon Borough will be able to admit fans on Saturday 5 December when they host Shefford Town & Campton:

Division One

Hillingdon Borough P Ampthill Town 

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21 hours ago, Rhodes said:

Tuesday 3 November 

Premier Division

Harefield United v North Greenford United (kick off 7.30pm)

The match programme:

https://s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/files.pitchero.com%2Fclubs%2F18423%2FhwDM8FJXTEaxmTINapKw_North+Greenford+United++e-programme+(2).pdf

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On 02/11/2020 at 19:41, Rhodes said:

Tuesday 3 November 

Premier Division

Potton United v Dunstable Town

This evening's match programme:

https://s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/files.pitchero.com%2Fclubs%2F64867%2Foh34YAo0SzqQlZDA6wSD_potton+vs+dunstable.pdf

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Latest scores:

Premier Division

Arlesey Town 0 Eynesbury Rovers 3 (kick off 7.30pm)

Biggleswade United 1 Colney Heath 2

Broadfields United 0 Tring Athletic 0 (kick off 7.30pm)

Edgware Town 1 Crawley Green 3 (kick off 7.30pm)

Harefield United 1 North Greenford United 0 (kick off 7.30pm)

Harpenden Town 0 Leighton Town 0

Leverstock Green 3 Wembley 1 (kick off 7.30pm)

Newport Pagnell Town 0 Baldock Town 0 (kick off 7.30pm)

Potton United 1 Dunstable Town 0

Division One

Hillingdon BoroughAmpthill Town 

Edited by Rhodes

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Final results:

Premier Division

Arlesey Town 0 Eynesbury Rovers 4 

Biggleswade United 1 Colney Heath 2

Broadfields United 0 Tring Athletic 1 

Edgware Town 2 Crawley Green 3 

Harefield United 2 North Greenford United 1

Harpenden Town 1 Leighton Town 0

Leverstock Green 6 Wembley 1 

Newport Pagnell Town 1 Baldock Town 0 

Potton United 3 Dunstable Town 1

Division One

Hillingdon Borough Ampthill Town 

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1 hour ago, Rhodes said:

Premier Division

Leverstock Green 6 Wembley 1 

What kept Leverstock Green with their match report, tut tut:

http://levgreenfc.co.uk/event/201103f/

Billede

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10 hours ago, Rhodes said:

Premier Division

Arlesey Town 0 Eynesbury Rovers 4 

A groundhopper from another Forum was at Hitchin Road last night and gives a very good report, unlike some you read:

Arlesey Town 0 Eynesbury Rovers 4 (HT 0-1)
South Midlands League, Premier Division (7.30pm kick-off)
Admission £7
Attendance 95 (h/c)
Programme £2 (48pp, choice of retro and regular covers)
Didn't investigate refreshments (didn't see anybody with food)

This straightforward victory took Eynesbury top of the table, courtesy of a superior goal difference to Colney Heath, who won 2-1 at fellow high-flyers Biggleswade United. Fourth home defeat, in all competitions, for lower mid-table Arlesey, who faded badly in the second half.
James Hatch (9mins), Rob Ducket (58mins), Jordan Brown (61mins) and Cam Hyde (85mins) were on target for the visitors. Hyde's strike - an angled 25-yarder into a top corner - was the pick. Brown, whose speedy, strong running down the right wing was a feature throughout, took his goal very well. Latching on to a through ball, he outmuscled a defender before beating keeper Louie Miracco in a one-on-one. Rovers could have won by an even wider margin because Brown (23mins, back post header) and Hatch (67mins, cross-cum shot from the right flank) both struck the crossbar.
On a cold, still evening (perfect for football), little went right for a disjointed Arlesey side. Ryan Lamond (28mins, a low 20-yarder) and Herculano Carvalho (44mins, a shot from the edge of the penalty area) went closest for the hosts, who barely figured as an attacking force after the break.
According to an Arlesey tweet, the attendance (not revealed, strangely) was New Ram Meadow's biggest of the season.
Arlesey - surely the longest linear village I've ever visited - is a strange place. Some lovely old buildings, including thatched cottages, principally in the vicinity of its eleventh century parish church, St Peter's, rub shoulders with traditional brick terraces and simply ghastly modern, executive-style (so-called) homes. Negotiating the village's narrow main street is a bit of a challenge owing to the amount of parked cars.
Naturally, the football ground, opposite an industrial estate and a cement plant, is at the rough end of the village. New Lamb Meadow, formerly a farmer's field, opened in 2004. Its predecessor was further along Hitchin Road, nearer the village centre. The site is now a housing estate.
Arlesey's home is a fairly typical new ground. It reminded me of Witton Albion's Wincham Park. I should think for South Midlands League level (and Arlesey have played previously in the Isthmian and Southern leagues), the facilities are very good: two large stands, both with seats; an uncovered area of terracing behind the Hitchin end goal; a sizeable clubhouse; and plentiful free parking. Alongside the turnstiles, there is even a floodlit pétanque court. It was well patronised this evening. Had a chat with one of the participants. Seems pétanque is popular in Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire!
I learned Arlesey have sold to a housing developer an unsurfaced chunk of their car park. Planning permission has been secured for eight bungalows. According to club chairman, John Morrell, it's a useful and timely windfall for Arlesey, who have a Portuguese manager and a multi-national squad.
Good to meet Arlesey's enthusiastic, award-winning programme editor Duncan Field. Helped partly by offering an eye-catching, limited edition retro cover, as part of the village's Remembrance Day commemorations, sales this evening were almost double the usual. All 50, printed in-house, on the night, to meet demand, were snapped up. A quid from each programme sold will be donated to the Royal British Legion's Poppy Appeal. Duncan lives in Arlesey but is a Barnet postie. He told me he works on his programmes in the afternoon, once deliveries are done.
Spent the thick end of six hours on the A1. No problems on the outward run but, heading home, there was a lane closure at Buckden and, at the Doncaster junction, a 10-minute unscenic diversion via the A638 towards South Elmsall and Upton.

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8 hours ago, Rhodes said:

What kept Leverstock Green with their match report, tut tut:

http://levgreenfc.co.uk/event/201103f/

Billede

Wembley FC need to re group 😉 in this enforced break.

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10 hours ago, Rhodes said:

Harefield United 2 North Greenford United 1 

Richard Pacquette starts he scores and the Hares win 👈

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15 hours ago, Rhodes said:

Premier Division

Biggleswade United 1 Colney Heath 2

A groundhopper from another Forum was at Second Meadow last night:

Spartan South Midlands League - Premier Division
Biggleswade United v Colney Heath 1-2 (ht 1-2)
Venue: Second Meadow, Biggleswade; 1945hrs
Entry: £6/£4, programme free online
Attendance: 259
This win was based on a dominate first thirty minutes from Colney Heath in which time they scored two excellent goals, had a third ruled out for offside and a penalty saved. But ten minutes from halftime they let Biggleswade United back into the game by conceding a penalty and Boodhoo talking his way to the sinbin for prolonged protests. The home team pressed hard against the ten men but couldn't take advantage.
Colney Heath's win was ultimately won by an impressive defensive display in the second half which nullified the home team's attempts on goal. At the other end Colney Heath had further chances but were denied by the home keeper.
This result knocks Biggleswade United off top spot to be replaced by Eynesbury Rovers on goal difference from Colney Heath, who have a game in hand.
The first and last time I visited here was 2007. I remember liking the ground and the brick construction of seating and terracing. This time I was less enamored with the place as I was confronted by a steel-grey fence surrounding the whole ground and a second stand/covered terrace blending into the greyness. Functional but unwelcoming I'm afraid to say. There were a good number of Colney Heath supporters here tonight but my rough headcount didn't get to two hundred so I'm not convinced about the official attendance of 259. All covid compliant tonight, including having to leave the ground to get to the bar and toilets. The tea bar was inside the ground and was open.

https://view.publitas.com/biggleswade-united-football-club/official-match-programme-biggleswade-united-v-colney-heath-tuesday-3rd-november-2020/page/1

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19 hours ago, View from the Boundary said:

Amazing, 28 pages and no mention at all of last week's debacle. Greenford to win tonight.

Having seen both (have you seen either?) Broadfields will have too much pace for Tring to handle.

How did those predictions work out? :) 

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This evening's two Division One results:

Wednesday 4 November 

Division One

Langford 1 Buckingham Athletic 1

Park View 3 Amersham Town 1

Edited by Rhodes

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On 04/11/2020 at 09:39, Savagebee said:

Premier Division

Harefield United 2 North Greenford United 1

Richard Pacquette starts he scores and the Hares win 👈

Yes, it's strange that Manager Jason Shaw doesn't seem to realise that isn't it. Here's both match reports from Tuesday evening and the on-line programme: 

https://www.harefieldunited.com/news/harefield-21-north-greenford-united-injurytime-derby-winner-sends-hares-back-into-the-top-four-2582850.html

https://www.pitchero.com/clubs/northgreenfordunitedfc/teams/211034/match-centre/1-6378611/report

https://s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/files.pitchero.com%2Fclubs%2F18423%2FhwDM8FJXTEaxmTINapKw_North+Greenford+United++e-programme+(2).pdf

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32 minutes ago, Rhodes said:

 

That's a bit of a silly comment Rhodes, I'm certain Jason Shaw knows more about Richard's injury issues than yourself, First on the team sheet when fully fit.

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