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Results 12/11/11

Postby SuperCat1 » Sat Nov 12 2011, 19:37

WSFL prem

Clymping 3-4 Newtown villa

This game was a bottom of the table clash, which the word "improving" wont be mentioned. Clymping were slack from the off and found themselves 4 down after 30 minutes, a combination of some good finishing for the away team and some lacklustre defending from the home team. The first after 5 minutes came from a attempted clearece and bounced straight to a villa player to finish from 8 yards out. The second a glancing header from a free kick, the third a solo run and shot curling into the top corner and the fourth direct from a free kick.



Second half ping seamed to wake up and villa taking off there most experienced player bryn hauxwell, made a big difference, with 3 goals comming in 15 minutes oz striking home from Josh's cross, Rory barber getting the second drilling In from 8 yards and josh getting the third from the villa keeper letting the ball slip though his hands.
With 10 minutes left ping could not force the equaliser.

Next up barnham reserves in the cup.
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Re: Results 12/11/11

Postby TotalFootball » Sun Nov 13 2011, 10:23

Cuckfield Town 1 - 3 Crawley Down III

Not the most ideal preparation for the Anvils as they travelled to Cuckfield with several key players missing through either injury, england vs spain or suspension but were able to hand debuts to both Adam New and David Terry.

CD started the brighter with Adam new causing problems through the middle but it didn't take long for Cuckfield to step into their stride and to be fair they dominated the first half but it was the Anvils who drew first blood. right before the stoke of half time an Adam New flick (mis-control) found its way through to veteran striker Aldred who cooly slotted home to notch his 4th of the season and to put the Anvils 1-0 up at half time.

CD knew that in the second half the next goal would be vital and after finally showing why they are top of the form table it wasnt long before they extended their lead. A Gatsey free kick cooly slotted home into the bottom right hand corner put CD 2 goals to the good and it was the Centre Backs 3rd goal of the season.

CD soon made it 3-0 when Gatsey again popped up in the box to head home for his 4th goal of the season.

Cuckfield managed to score a consolation goal at the end of the game and if they play like they did in the first half for the remainder of the season they are going to prove to be a very hard team to beat. Special mention goes out to Banksy, Dixon and debutant Terry who all had great games in their respective roles.
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Re: Results 12/11/11

Postby The longest name » Sun Nov 13 2011, 16:44

sids 4 ferring 2 sids absoulutely hammered ferring if not for the woodwork and severall outstanding saves it could of been several more. Sids are finally starting to play fotball like we know they can, goals from jimmy brown [ ruffus hound ] john philips, bradley miles and a worldy from andy houndsome its good to see so many people coming to watch a west sussex team.
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Re: Results 12/11/11

Postby recnal » Mon Nov 14 2011, 20:17

West Chilt 7 Lancing United 1

Embarrassing performance from us and the worst since I have been involved to be honest. West Chilt had a weakened side with the likes of Craig Pulling and Ryan Ashley missing but that didn't seem to stop them and we simply rolled over like a bunch of puppies #-o

Credit to West Chilt though, they took their chances well and Gary Weedon was superb on the day, using his pace against United to good effect and supporting the Chilt front 2 all afternoon long.

Only thing that went our way on the afternoon was that Newtown beat Clymping meaning that we did not go to the foot of the table!

Very bad day at the office for United and I am just glad that I don't have a cat otherwise I think the neighbours would have been calling the RSPCA on Saturday evening :evil:

Roll on Saturday when we will get a chance to make amends. I suppose that is the beauty of football! There is always next week....
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Re: Results 12/11/11

Postby Beaky » Mon Nov 14 2011, 20:35

Jarvis Brook 2-1 Maresfield

We dominated the the first 40 minutes but only had 1 goal to show for our play. The majority of the second half belonged to Maresfield whose young side never stopped trying to play and got a deserved leveller on 60 minutes, and created a couple more half chances.
As in recent weeks the Brook needed to conceed to wake up and get back on track, Luke Turner twice hit the woodwork before hitting the winner with fifteen remaining.
Fair play to the youngsters of Maresfield who never gave in showed great fighting spirit and who can play a bit too.
The Jarvis Brook injury list now getting bigger by the week as Turner has been added to Anderson, Berwick, Vinall, Frampton who are all out till the new year with injuries !!
May have to tap up some former LBV players at ths rate, our centre half comes up from Brighton so he can collect them on the way !! Anyone know Craig Browns number :lol: :lol:
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Re: Results 12/11/11

Postby Brook F.C. » Tue Nov 15 2011, 07:59

Like the last line Beaky!! Next year Player/Manager perhaps :wink:
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Re: Results 12/11/11

Postby Get Em Done » Tue Nov 15 2011, 08:31

East Grinstead 1 Phoenix 2

Phoenix travelled to East Grinstead United for their first encounter with many peoples outside bet for the league, and recent results had echoed these thoughts.
The Phoenix management were concerned and the playing surface and how narrow the pitch was. Going against the Phoenix mentality of getting the ball out wide and stretching the play.

The visitors started far brighter, and top scorer Canavan should have netted after 2 minutes when he was at least 5 yards off side, the lino did not flag!!! Canavan rattled the bar, and saved the lino more abuse!! East Grinstead came more and more in to the game, but had most of their possession in their own half, and most chances were snuffed out by the ever improving Phoenix defence. And most Phoenix opportunities came from long balls over the top, but the inability to hold the ball and support their strikers, was causing frustration throughout the Phoenix ranks.
The half time talk was one of the easiest manager Candlish has given, get the ball down and create space-simple!! Although second half started much as the first had finished, Phoenix struggling to get the ball wide and East Grinstead playing good football in their own half. Then a corner caused havoc in the Phoenix area with no one taking responsibility, and the East Grinstead player chested the ball in the net. The Phoenix response was immediate and within a minute a Luke Byrne bullet header had the Crawley side back on level terms, Byrne scoring his first goal in 3 season!!
With 15 minutes to go, and the game heading for a draw, the management team of Candlish and Williams sent on Liam Barton and Gez Manville, who both found themselves relegated to the bench in controversial style. Especially as Manville smashed in 5 goals the previous week. It was not long before the move paid dividends, as the East Grinstead players tired, there was more space for the Phoenix wingers, and some good work by Chris Williams down the left gave him the chance to slide the ball to the advancing Manville to net his 6th goal in 2 games. I think we just about edged it and deserved the 3 points, but East Grinstead are up there with the better teams we have played this season, and I’m sure they will be in the top 3 come the end of the season.
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Re: Results 12/11/11

Postby ASC » Sat Nov 19 2011, 18:22

Get Em Done wrote:East Grinstead 1 Phoenix 2

Phoenix travelled to East Grinstead United for their first encounter with many peoples outside bet for the league, and recent results had echoed these thoughts.
The Phoenix management were concerned and the playing surface and how narrow the pitch was. Going against the Phoenix mentality of getting the ball out wide and stretching the play.

The visitors started far brighter, and top scorer Canavan should have netted after 2 minutes when he was at least 5 yards off side, the lino did not flag!!! Canavan rattled the bar, and saved the lino more abuse!! East Grinstead came more and more in to the game, but had most of their possession in their own half, and most chances were snuffed out by the ever improving Phoenix defence. And most Phoenix opportunities came from long balls over the top, but the inability to hold the ball and support their strikers, was causing frustration throughout the Phoenix ranks.
The half time talk was one of the easiest manager Candlish has given, get the ball down and create space-simple!! Although second half started much as the first had finished, Phoenix struggling to get the ball wide and East Grinstead playing good football in their own half. Then a corner caused havoc in the Phoenix area with no one taking responsibility, and the East Grinstead player chested the ball in the net. The Phoenix response was immediate and within a minute a Luke Byrne bullet header had the Crawley side back on level terms, Byrne scoring his first goal in 3 season!!
With 15 minutes to go, and the game heading for a draw, the management team of Candlish and Williams sent on Liam Barton and Gez Manville, who both found themselves relegated to the bench in controversial style. Especially as Manville smashed in 5 goals the previous week. It was not long before the move paid dividends, as the East Grinstead players tired, there was more space for the Phoenix wingers, and some good work by Chris Williams down the left gave him the chance to slide the ball to the advancing Manville to net his 6th goal in 2 games. I think we just about edged it and deserved the 3 points, but East Grinstead are up there with the better teams we have played this season, and I’m sure they will be in the top 3 come the end of the season.


Very fair reflection of the game last week although i'm quite surprised you called the pitch narrow.

We do need to improve still if we want to be up and around that top three at the end of the season for sure.
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