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Results 10th December

Postby superyellows » Sat Dec 10 2011, 18:18

UPPER BEEDING 1 - 0 WATERSFIELD
J. ROWLAND 60mins

=D> =D> =D> =D> =D> =D> =D> =D>

All credit to Watersfield who were well organised and tough to break down.

Win sends us top of the League for the first time in 10 years since Mick Barry's championship winning side of 2001.

Means nothing mid December and we still think it will take a massive effort to go the distance with quality teams in Sidlesham, Billingshurst and Cowfold all in the mix, but 18 points from 9 games is a good return, and just one defeat in League away to Sids.

Nice place to be with Club Xmas Party tonight !

Dave Rowland UBFC



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Re: Results 10th December

Postby Van Der Fart » Sat Dec 10 2011, 18:49

East Dean 5 - 2 Newton Res.

The home side finally grabbed a well deserved win at the Gasson today!

The home side started very well and moved the ball around nicely for the opening 20mins, chance after chance was created but the visitors keeper kept producing top save after top save. EDFC finally broke the deadlock after 30mins when Pete Ainsley produced a cool finish to put his side 1-0 up. EDFC should have had more but were still being regularly denied by the keeper. Then with 5mins to go before h/t Newtown had there first attempt at goal & restored parity between the sides with a good finish from their front man, within 30secs of the restart Newtown won possession and scored a second leaving the home side looking at each other in disbelief!

H/T 1-2 (I even heard the Newtown centre half say 'how the hell are we 2-1 up in this game as he walked off')

The second half was more of the same with East Dean dominating in all areas of the pitch however their was no way past the impressive visitors gk. With 20mins to play East Dean got a deserved equaliser with Ainsley grabbing his 2nd of the game, his hat-trick quickly followed with a superb 30 yarder finding its way into the net. EDFC killed the tie off with another 2 late goals from Ainsley (his 4th) and Dan Richards (1st for the club) to ensure they enjoyed a winning 5-2 scoreline. Fair play to Newtown though they only had the bear 11 players and worked their socks off throughout the game. The ref also deserves a mention as she stepped in at the last minute & did an excellent job!

The Dean will now be hoping this win is a sign of things to come and will look to kickstart their season going into the New Year!
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Re: Results 10th December

Postby recnal » Sat Dec 10 2011, 19:25

Lancing United 4 O&G United 1

Brighton league table toppers came to Croshaw today and Lancing United dominated for 90% of the game.

Going 4-4-2 United brought Chris Phillips back in with the young Sam Gunn partnering Sooty in midfield and Greg Luke moving to right wing for the injured Steve Bird.

United went 1-0 up after 2 minutes as the old duo linked up again as Sooty whipped in a corner for Thommo to power home. United then fell asleep and conceeded a weak own goal for 1-1 2 minutes later....

As the half wore on United looked the most likely and with a minute left to play, Souter played an exquisite 40 yard through ball to Hall who shrugged off his marker to finish with aplomb for a 2-1 United lead at half time.

The next goal would be key and United gained it on 60 minutes with a fine passing move finishing with Sooty getting a hat trick of assists laying in Philly to tap home from 6 yards out.

The final goal saw Philly grab a brace on his return to the starting line up after a flick on from Sean Page.

Good game and United seem to be getting a bit of their mojo back at a decent time. If only the Xmas break wasn't just around the corner!

MOM went to Chris Phillips for his all round play and 2 goals.

Also, congrats to Dave Rowlands and his Beeding boys =D> Good to see a young side pushing the top boys and making a real go of it at the top of the league. Can't wait for the local derbys :D
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Re: Results 10th December

Postby Brook F.C. » Mon Dec 12 2011, 08:03

Mid Sussex Premier

Jarvis Brook 0 Balcombe 3

After last weeks 1-1 home draw with Hassocks we looked to get three from the game against Balcombe. Having beaten them away on the opening day of the season we went into the game confident, boosted by the return of Anderson from injury and Berwick back between the sticks. It was not to be though, three mistakes and three goals for the visitors, and to be fair they deserved the points.

2-0 down at half time and without really testing the away keeper, it was always going to be a tough ask to get something from the game. Next up a local derby away against the improving Maresfield, a team we only just beat at home 2-1.
With our poor home form continuing perhaps it's a good thing we have two away fixtures out of the next three.
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Re: Results 10th December

Postby Mystery » Mon Dec 12 2011, 09:54

superyellows wrote:UPPER BEEDING 1 - 0 WATERSFIELD
J. ROWLAND 60mins

=D> =D> =D> =D> =D> =D> =D> =D>

All credit to Watersfield who were well organised and tough to break down.

Win sends us top of the League for the first time in 10 years since Mick Barry's championship winning side of 2001.

Means nothing mid December and we still think it will take a massive effort to go the distance with quality teams in Sidlesham, Billingshurst and Cowfold all in the mix, but 18 points from 9 games is a good return, and just one defeat in League away to Sids.

Nice place to be with Club Xmas Party tonight !

Dave Rowland UBFC



PS Sad about the demise of Webteams, for all latest UBFC news go to http://www.pitchero.com/clubs/upperbeedingfc/


Said at the start of the season that Billingshurst and Sidlesham would be the teams to beat this season but fancied Upper beeding as the dark horse. Its a great set up there and they seem to be doing things properly, got a good squad with a good mix of Youth and experience. Had 2 good games against them last season for AFC so knew they would be in good shape this season. Tough league to win most years but even harder this year though!
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Re: Results 10th December

Postby Get Em Done » Mon Dec 12 2011, 16:27

Lindfield 1 Phoenix United 4

Phoenix again had to drag out a result against a dogged Lindfield team who showed all the battle and ability of a team above their current league position. That said Phoenix did start the brighter and if it had not been for a world class save (best keeper i have seen this season) and some last ditch defending, Phoenix could and possibly should have netted earlier. The visitors failure to find the back of the net allowed Linfield to gain confidence and they soon created some chances of their own. Sam Familton was playing in goal for the first time ever for the club as usual keeper Breagan was away, so the striker stepped up. Manager Candlish was soon proved right with this bold decision as Familton pulled of 3 great saves to keep the scores level. It was not until the 37th minute a mazy Chris Williams run and shot beat the keeper at his near post, and gave the visitors a 1-0 lead going in to the second half. As has been the case in recent weeks, Phoenix are a stronger team in the second half and playing down the hill gained more possession and chances than the home side, this resulted in Manville being felled in the box for what seemed a blatant penalty, although the home support did not agree. Neathy stepped up and rifled his penalty over the bar and hit the chimney on the house behind, all very festive for the time of year!!! Mat Canavan started and finished a fine move, hitting an unstoppable left foot strike in the top corner. This was soon followed by the usual Manville brace as the Phoenix front two look like starting a formidable partnership. Lindfield did net a consolation goal on 88 minutes when their sub showed a bit of class in turning Luke Byrne to finish well against the unlucky Familton.
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Re: Results 10th December

Postby TotalFootball » Tue Dec 13 2011, 08:58

Crawley Down III 3 - Cuckfield Town 1

Was very dissapointed with Cuckfield this time as they looked a shadow of the team that we played just a few weeks earlier. I thought they looked weaker upfront with the 10 dropping off instead of leading the line and the 9 who was very lazy. 3 points were fully deserved by CD and it would have and should have been more if it had not been for what can only be described as an over enthusiastic linesman.

Goals from Aldred, Tuckey and Skam were enough to secure the win to keep CD within touching distance of Phoenix.
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