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Fixtures and results 1/10/11

Postby The longest name » Sat Oct 01 2011, 09:37

SIDS first home game against newtown villa followed by a gentlemens night at the club you beauty
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Re: Fixtures and results 1/10/11

Postby scflfan » Sat Oct 01 2011, 16:35

Mid Sussex Senior Cup

Cowfold 4 v 1 Turners Hill
Well contested game with both sides missing key players. Cowfold created more chances and took them.
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Re: Fixtures and results 1/10/11

Postby LBV » Sat Oct 01 2011, 16:51

I hear the Mid Sussex league rep side had a tough time in Jersey losing 8-0 to a very good outfit
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Re: Fixtures and results 1/10/11

Postby Van Der Fart » Sat Oct 01 2011, 16:55

East Dean 4 - 2 Clymping Res

East grabbed ther first victory of the season against a hardworking Clymping side. It was the visitors who took the lead with 45secs on the clock after a silly tackle from the EDFC led to a ping penalty which was cooly converted. EDFC however regained their composure and began knocking the ball around nicely in the 'desert like' heat and were rewarded for their hard work when Aaron Freeman converted a long through ball from Wickham by neatly rounded the visitors GK.

H/T 1-1.

EDFC began the 2nd half very slowly and were lucky not to find themselves behind again. EDFC then managed to get the ball down and started playing again and found themselves 2-1 up after some good work from the EDFC midfield allowed Freeman to grab his second of the game. Freeman then managed to score his 3rd of the game not long after with a cool finish just inside the visitors' box. Fair play to Ping though they came back strongly and put EDFC under a bit of pressure which led to them reducing the scoreline to 3-2 after a good finish from their centre forward. However the day belonged to EDFC and they responded instantly with Freeman grabbing his 4th and final goal of the day =D> .

F/T 4-2

It was good to see Clymping be able to put a side out after it looked touch and go for a bit near the start of the season as they are a good bunch of lads who worked hard for the whole 90mins & all at EDFC wish them the best for the rest of the season.

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Re: Fixtures and results 1/10/11

Postby SuperCat1 » Sat Oct 01 2011, 20:27

Fair report VDF, I apologies for our centre half in the second half i thought he actually deserved a red. We were missing a couple from last weeks win due to the nature of being a reserve team, but i think had we finished our chances we had in the second half it could of easily 4 all, but credit to freeman for taking all his chances.

That heat was something else tho, almost no point in showering afterwards as you just sweated it back out again!!! :lol:
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Re: Fixtures and results 1/10/11

Postby TotalFootball » Sun Oct 02 2011, 07:10

Crawley Down III 1 - Willingdon Athletic 0

CD went into this game with several key players missing, but showed how good a squad they really have with this comfortable 1-0 victory.

The goal came mid-way through the first half when Captain Kieran Fielding headed home from a corner to give CD the lead they deserved.

CD rarely looked troubled in the game, with the Willingdon players moaning being superbly dealt with by todays match official.

Next up for the mighty Anvils is a home tie against Rotherfield.
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Re: Fixtures and results 1/10/11

Postby Cowden Mavericks » Mon Oct 03 2011, 11:48

EG Mavericks 2 - 1 West Hoathly II

Wasn't at the game but apparantly we struggled with our final ball all afternoon. We won it with 3 minutes remaining when Andy Morrison (who had only 4 hours before stepped off a 12 hour flight) beat the keeper from a tight angle.

Through to the next round against Forest Row II or Pilgrims.
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Re: Fixtures and results 1/10/11

Postby Get Em Done » Mon Oct 03 2011, 11:53

Dormansland 1 Phoenix 4

Phoenix got very lucky (according to the home side!!) today, it all started in the warm up, when experienced left back Alex Keaney pulled his back muscle while scaling the slope on the Dormansland pitch, leaving him unfit to take on the league leaders and forcing manger Candlish in to making early changes, before the teams even kicked off. He promoted Canavan from the bench to centre forward and Sultan dropping to left wing, and better “late than never” Levan to left back.
Phoenix started where they left off last week, containing the threat of Dormansland and playing neat football (albeit lucky) and forcing the home side to defend. Then came the first bit of “luck” when Canavan (who should have been sub) netted after Chris Williams beat the left back to deliver a pin point cross to the centre forward who “luckily” finished with ease. The home side then upped the physical side of their game, and the calls from the sideline was “we should be bullying this lot” again the visitors were “lucky” as they did not allow themselves to be bullied.

Phoenix then struggled to defend a long throw and the impressive Dave Gellatly finished well, leaving Breagen and the Phoenix goal no chance. From the kick off, Canavan rolled the ball to Neathy who then (luckily) split the Rockets defense in half for Sam Familton to (luckily) get Phoenix’s second and his 3rd in 3 games. Phoenix more than held there own as the games physical side became more and more apparent, and went in to half time 2-1 up.

At this point it was stated, we are the worst team they have played all season, and they should be 4 or 5 up :shock: The second half got underway, and started much like it ended, with the referees job being made harder and harder, in a game that lacked any real ability but thrived on passion. It was
not until the 55th minute that phoenix got more "luck" when Chris Franks corner was met by Captain Marvel Joe Stillwell’s head to put the visitors 3-1 up.
With tempers rising higher than the barmy weather, Phoenix got their last piece of “luck”. When Jamal Sultan picked the ball up in his own half, then “luckily” beat 5 Dormansland challenges, with the call on the sidelines to “go through him, Sultan side stepped the centre half and then curled the ball in the top corner, and thus doubling the goals Dormansland had conceded all season, with the visitors 4th goal of the game.

Not one for the purist, but we always knew that was going to be the way. Credit to Rockets number 9, he was willing to give it and take it, where others were only happy it going one way. The referee also commented on our “luck”, he said we were unlucky not to have scored more, funny old game football :lol:

Away to Newhaven for the boys next week
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Re: Fixtures and results 1/10/11

Postby WSFL supporter » Mon Oct 03 2011, 12:01

Sidlesham 5 - 1 Newtown Villa

Very much a one sided game and could have been more, Newtown not looking the team they was last season...
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Re: Fixtures and results 1/10/11

Postby tommo » Mon Oct 03 2011, 12:03

WSFL supporter wrote:Sidlesham 5 - 1 Newtown Villa

Very much a one sided game and could have been more, Newtown not looking the team they was last season...

they have all left thats why !!
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Re: Fixtures and results 1/10/11

Postby ruzzman » Mon Oct 03 2011, 12:13

Balcombe 2 - 0 Maresfield

This was a tight game with not many chances created in the first half, but after the break Balcombe came out stronger and where rewarded with 2 goals. Maresfield hit the post with 10 minutes to go, which would have been interesting if it had sneeked in.

Maresfield only had 2 players from their premier winning side of last year and the others are mainly youngsters who have stepped up from the 2nd's & 3rd's, they showed a good account of themselves considering some where playing in much lower leagues last year.

No league game for 3 weeks now so hopefully the results can go our way and we will still be near the top come the 29th when we play Dormansland, which will be our first away league game of the season.
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Re: Fixtures and results 1/10/11

Postby Brooksie » Mon Oct 03 2011, 13:28

Mid Sussex League - Championship
Polegate Town 0-5 Burgess Hill Albion

Town suffered their first defeat of the season, in an extremely poor performance infront of nearly 40 fans. We were missing our regular keeper, but we can't use that as an excuse, as we were 2nd to every ball, and we were often found guilty of poor passing. Burgess Hill capitalised on several mistakes during the game, 4 of these leading to goals. Fair play to Burgess Hill, who were extremely well organised, and we found it hard to break down, and only really had a few decent chances.

Tough game next week vs Lindfield in the SCFA Cup, and a much better performance is required.

Mid Sussex League - Division 5
Pease Pottage Village III 1-1 Polegate Town II

Another even match for our 2nds, with a draw being the fair result. Both teams struggled in the heat by all accounts (as I guess many teams did that day). Baba Saracouli with Town's goal
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Re: Fixtures and results 1/10/11

Postby bignose07 » Tue Oct 04 2011, 07:02

Get Em Done wrote:Dormansland 1 Phoenix 4

Phoenix got very lucky (according to the home side!!) today, it all started in the warm up, when experienced left back Alex Keaney pulled his back muscle while scaling the slope on the Dormansland pitch, leaving him unfit to take on the league leaders and forcing manger Candlish in to making early changes, before the teams even kicked off. He promoted Canavan from the bench to centre forward and Sultan dropping to left wing, and better “late than never” Levan to left back.
Phoenix started where they left off last week, containing the threat of Dormansland and playing neat football (albeit lucky) and forcing the home side to defend. Then came the first bit of “luck” when Canavan (who should have been sub) netted after Chris Williams beat the left back to deliver a pin point cross to the centre forward who “luckily” finished with ease. The home side then upped the physical side of their game, and the calls from the sideline was “we should be bullying this lot” again the visitors were “lucky” as they did not allow themselves to be bullied.

Phoenix then struggled to defend a long throw and the impressive Dave Gellatly finished well, leaving Breagen and the Phoenix goal no chance. From the kick off, Canavan rolled the ball to Neathy who then (luckily) split the Rockets defense in half for Sam Familton to (luckily) get Phoenix’s second and his 3rd in 3 games. Phoenix more than held there own as the games physical side became more and more apparent, and went in to half time 2-1 up.

At this point it was stated, we are the worst team they have played all season, and they should be 4 or 5 up :shock: The second half got underway, and started much like it ended, with the referees job being made harder and harder, in a game that lacked any real ability but thrived on passion. It was
not until the 55th minute that phoenix got more "luck" when Chris Franks corner was met by Captain Marvel Joe Stillwell’s head to put the visitors 3-1 up.
With tempers rising higher than the barmy weather, Phoenix got their last piece of “luck”. When Jamal Sultan picked the ball up in his own half, then “luckily” beat 5 Dormansland challenges, with the call on the sidelines to “go through him, Sultan side stepped the centre half and then curled the ball in the top corner, and thus doubling the goals Dormansland had conceded all season, with the visitors 4th goal of the game.

Not one for the purist, but we always knew that was going to be the way. Credit to Rockets number 9, he was willing to give it and take it, where others were only happy it going one way. The referee also commented on our “luck”, he said we were unlucky not to have scored more, funny old game football :lol:

Away to Newhaven for the boys next week


Quality write up and such a pleasant change to rise above the pettyness of 'my dads bigger than yours blah bla blah'. I hope your 'luck' remains in tack against Newhaven.
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Re: Fixtures and results 1/10/11

Postby Mike May » Tue Oct 04 2011, 22:43

TotalFootball wrote:Crawley Down III 1 - Willingdon Athletic 0

CD went into this game with several key players missing, but showed how good a squad they really have with this comfortable 1-0 victory.

The goal came mid-way through the first half when Captain Kieran Fielding headed home from a corner to give CD the lead they deserved.

CD rarely looked troubled in the game, with the Willingdon players moaning being superbly dealt with by todays match official.

Next up for the mighty Anvils is a home tie against Rotherfield.


Well done to the thirds in accomplishing that rareity in Anvil circles.....A win!
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Re: Fixtures and results 1/10/11

Postby localdonkey » Fri Oct 07 2011, 20:40

tommo wrote:
WSFL supporter wrote:Sidlesham 5 - 1 Newtown Villa

Very much a one sided game and could have been more, Newtown not looking the team they was last season...

they have all left thats why !!


I was told Yapton picked up a couple of their players. They must be looking for another promotion if it's true. They will do well to win it though, as there are definitely some other contenders in the mix.
We're now in lockdown mode. Just my opinion.

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