Non Brentford Games Attended 2021-22

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Time for a new thread. There were some friendlies on Saturday before the Euros (I know Euros are last season!!)
 

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Yesterday went to Alton FC vs Ashford Town, 1 nil to Alton. Chap count 2. Entry by donation. Badges £4. Nice day out with a few beers around the town.
 

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Much Hadham 6 Mangrove 3.
Saturday.
Cup Semi Final and the final game of the season in the local league.
Hadham were the favourites and went one up early doors.
Decent playground near the pitch for the kids but the pitch is an old turnip field on a slope.
30 years ago, I used to play for Mangrove...we once got hammered in Much Hadham when Alan Sunderland ran the local pub and played.
Mangrove came back to lead at half time but went down to 10, no sub for the 2nd period.
Hadham scored twice to lead again by the hour. Beautiful chip for their 3rd.
I play Sundays with a few of the Much Hadham team so had split loyalties....an own goal with 5 mins left seemed to have sealed a 4-2 win but Mangrove went straight downhill and got themselves an own goal too.
They then missed 2 chances to equalise, playing 4 up front and Much Hadham punished them with 2 late goals. 6-3.
I bought a ribena on the way back.
 

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Much Hadham 6 Mangrove 3.
Saturday.
Cup Semi Final and the final game of the season in the local league.
Hadham were the favourites and went one up early doors.
Decent playground near the pitch for the kids but the pitch is an old turnip field on a slope.
30 years ago, I used to play for Mangrove...we once got hammered in Much Hadham when Alan Sunderland ran the local pub and played.
Mangrove came back to lead at half time but went down to 10, no sub for the 2nd period.
Hadham scored twice to lead again by the hour. Beautiful chip for their 3rd.
I play Sundays with a few of the Much Hadham team so had split loyalties....an own goal with 5 mins left seemed to have sealed a 4-2 win but Mangrove went straight downhill and got themselves an own goal too.
They then missed 2 chances to equalise, playing 4 up front and Much Hadham punished them with 2 late goals. 6-3.
I bought a ribena on the way back.
Ok I'll go - chap count? :)
 

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i wasnt there but chertsey had 300 or so for a friendly against walton and h on friday evening.....proper crowd that :) prob go saturday v kingstonians at 5pm but it is after the black cherry fair so id imagine it will be lively....very lively
 

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My first entry of the new season.

Hampton and Richmond Borough 4-2 QPR XI
Att :495 (All Ticket, Covid restricted) (A few odd looking types in blue and white hooped shirts)

Goalless first half, although the home side had the better of the chances.

Hampton went 2-0 up, before a fine individual goal from Hamzad Kargbo, brought the rara's back into it.
Beavers increased the lead to two again, before QPR reduced the deficit again, only for the home side to score a fourth near the end.

The only player for QPR that I knew of, was Todd Kane, who was getting abused by his own fans, which saved me the job.

A deserved win for Hampton, but it did look a very youthful visitors side.
 

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Dorking Wanderers 2 Horsham 1.
Attendance @400.
Chaps @40 from West Sussex.
Programme £1.Free team sheet which was wrong also.
£8 adult ticket. £4.00 Saucepans.
Fairly decent stadium is Meadowbank and a nice ground for a pre season.
Horsham have aspirations to compete on level terms with the Chicks and have signed a few players capable of doing so.
Promotion is the target this season.
Agood game which saw Horsham take the lead after 11 and go in at half time 1 up. Dorking had chances, but failed to convert them.
Jason Prior had a superb chance especially.
Second half was good and a half chance late on for Wesley Fogden drew the teams level with 11 to go.
Dorking strung together a decent move with their impressive left back surging forward who laid a ball off for McShane to belt home for the winner.
Horsham pushed forward, but failed to equalise.
A draw would have been a fair result, but it wasn't to be.
Good day out under cloudy skies.
Horsham v Crawley Town next Saturday.
We will be there.
 

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Dorking Wanderers 2 Horsham 1.
Attendance @400.
Chaps @40 from West Sussex.
Programme £1.Free team sheet which was wrong also.
£8 adult ticket. £4.00 Saucepans.
Fairly decent stadium is Meadowbank and a nice ground for a pre season.
Horsham have aspirations to compete on level terms with the Chicks and have signed a few players capable of doing so.
Promotion is the target this season.
Agood game which saw Horsham take the lead after 11 and go in at half time 1 up. Dorking had chances, but failed to convert them.
Jason Prior had a superb chance especially.
Second half was good and a half chance late on for Wesley Fogden drew the teams level with 11 to go.
Dorking strung together a decent move with their impressive left back surging forward who laid a ball off for McShane to belt home for the winner.
Horsham pushed forward, but failed to equalise.
A draw would have been a fair result, but it wasn't to be.
Good day out under cloudy skies.
Horsham v Crawley Town next Saturday.
We will be there.
Horsham v Crawley sounds a bit of Derby. Any history?
 
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The derby is Leatherhead v Horsham

Mole Valley Derby

No one wanted to be associated with Crawley
 

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My first entry of the new season.

Hampton and Richmond Borough 4-2 QPR XI
Att :495 (All Ticket, £7, Covid restricted) (A few odd looking types in blue and white hooped shirts, couldn't really call them chaps)

Goalless first half, although the home side had the better of the chances.

Hampton took the lead, before a fine individual goal from Hamzad Kargbo, levelled it for the rara's.
Beavers retook the lead and a third soon followed, before QPR reduced the deficit again, only for the home side to score a fourth near the end.

The only player for QPR that I knew of, was Todd Kane, who was getting abused by his own fans, which saved me the job.

A deserved win for Hampton, but it did look a very youthful visitors side.
I realised too late to edit, that I had made several mistakes, so that is why I had to quote my own post.
 
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I guess the Fleetwood fans had learnt from their previous manager how to behave
 

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Horsham v Crawley sounds a bit of Derby. Any history?
They didn't meet for a long time, but in 1991 they met in an FA Cup 4th qualifying round tie at Queens Street Horsham and over 3,000 squeezed in to the tight little ground to see a 0-0.
The replay 3 days later saw Crawley run out 3-0 winners at a 3,000 plus crowd at the Old Town Mead ground and draw Northampton at home(4-2 Crawley) .
There was a bit of trouble at both games, but nothing everlasting.
Crawley are a bigger club and its more jealousy than bitter rivalry.
To some old fans it may have been bitter in the days before I moved to the area, but tbh I have not witnessed it too much.
John Maggs played for Crawley, managed Crawley and managed Horsham too and I remember people saying that if he did well then they would forgive his Crawley past.
John Yems is now Manager of Crawley and in 1992 was managing Horsham.
Would Crawley fans be saying the same?
I doubt it very much.
 

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Isthmian league fixtures out on Wednesday night I believe.
FA Cup draws made for Extra Preliminary round and Preliminary round also.
Local tie for me is Broadbridge Heath v Littlehampton Town.
August 7th.
 
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Yes I have created an FA Cup Thread with a link to both draws on the 7th and 21st

REPLAYS are happening
 
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Isthmian League Fixtures are now out for the season (a Full set on Bank Holiday Monday)

And Carshalton are replacing the Brentford B team as oppo on Sunday at H &R
 

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Isthmian League Fixtures are now out for the season (a Full set on Bank Holiday Monday)

And Carshalton are replacing the Brentford B team as oppo on Sunday at H &R
Got a link mate ? ( apologies if i missed it )
 

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Saturday 17th July.
Horsham 0 Crawley Town 5.
Camping World Community Stadium.
Attendance 887.
Chap count @50.
£10 adult £1.00 under 16s.
£2.50 programme which is produced by a man called Mark Wells and its a very good programme and deserves recognition considering how many clubs have stopped making one even online.

The game was played in a blistering heat of 30'C and a bright start against a strong Crawley outfit set the pace early on, but it was Crawley who seized the initiative and took an 11th minute lead through Tom Nicholls. They pressed for a 2nd and tbh Horsham were chasing not only the ball, but the opposition and seemed to be wilting, like we were, in the heat.
Crawley could have had 6 or 7 by half time, but settled for 3.
The second half started the same as the first finished and Crawley scored a 4th through Jake Hessenthaler and looked like scoring more as the game went on and a 5th came 15 minutes from time.
Horsham tried, but Crawleys back four led by Tony Craig made sure of the clean sheet.
By now the heat had done us all and when the final whistle went everyone slowly trudged away to get some welcome shade.
A good game and tbh Crawley should have scored 10.
Horsham v Lancing next Saturday.
We will be there.
Hopefully.
 

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Tuesday 20 July
East Fife FC vs Dundee United FC (Scottish League Cup) 0-1
Bayview Stadium, Leven
Att: 500
Chap count: 50
£12.50
No programmes on sale ‘cos of COVID.

East Fife were surprisingly good against Scottish Premier League side Dundee Utd, and dominated most of the game. Dundee scored against the run of play, and East Fife had a clear penalty denied when their striker got totally clattered in the box by the Dundee keeper.

The Bayview Stadium is a bit of a weird one - there’s only one stand where spectators sit, the other three sides are empty of anything. And the sea of the Firth of Forth is only 100m away, so it must be pretty inhospitable on a wet Tuesday in November. Loved the new East Fife shirts :)

Disappointingly, not only did neither team ‘take the knee’ but also - shockingly - neither side’s shirts were sponsored by Black Lives Matter :( I can also confirm that the fans of neither side applauded the opposition players. I think that means they are on track to be the most hated clubs in the Scottish football pyramid. Or something.

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Tuesday 20 July
East Fife FC vs Dundee United FC (Scottish League Cup) 0-1
Bayview Stadium, Leven
Att: 500
Chap count: 50
£12.50
No programmes on sale ‘cos of COVID.

East Fife were surprisingly good against Scottish Premier League side Dundee Utd, and dominated most of the game. Dundee scored against the run of play, and East Fife had a clear penalty denied when their striker got totally clattered in the box by the Dundee keeper.

The Bayview Stadium is a bit of a weird one - there’s only one stand where spectators sit, the other three sides are empty of anything. And the sea of the Firth of Forth is only 100m away, so it must be pretty inhospitable on a wet Tuesday in November. Loved the new East Fife shirts :)

Disappointingly, not only did neither team ‘take the knee’ but also - shockingly - neither side’s shirts were sponsored by Black Lives Matter :( I can also confirm that the fans of neither side applauded the opposition players. I think that means they are on track to be the most hated clubs in the Scottish football pyramid. Or something.

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That shirt is hideous.

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Wincanton Town v Longwell Green Sports
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31 August 2021 15:00
Att: 92

£6 entrance. £1 programme.

Good game unless you wanted the home side to win.
 

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Wincanton Town v Warminster Town FC
Tuesday 3 August 2021 19:30
Same as before price wise.
2-2

Good game unless you wanted the home side to win.

Hayfever central
 

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Wincanton Town v Warminster Town FC
Tuesday 3 August 2021 19:30
Same as before price wise.
2-2

Good game unless you wanted the home side to win.

Hayfever central
jeez

beer prices
chaps
programme
 

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I’m off to Aberystwyth Town v Penybont tomorrow night in the league cup second round. Will report back in due course.
 

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Wednesday 4th August
SCEFL premier Division
Rusthall 2-4 holmesdale
£8 admission £2 programme £3.60 strongbow no food
Attendance 250
Chap count 22 all rusthall
 

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Will be Up North on Sat.21st August, so may take in Salford v Swindon*. Not expecting much, but it gets me away from the inlaws for the afternoon. New ground for me.


* - Depends, of course, on Swindon not having gone bust before then.
 

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Wednesday 4th August
SCEFL premier Division
Rusthall 2-4 holmesdale
£8 admission £2 programme £3.60 strongbow no food
Attendance 250
Chap count 22 all rusthall
You see everyone , this is how its done
 

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penybont aggro ello lol

I’ve come to the ground for an early morning recce and to consider tonight in quiet contemplation. Amazing to think In just 11 short hours this place will be a veritable cauldron. No quarter given and indeed none asked for . It’s where memories are made and hero’s are created
 

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I’ve come to the ground for an early morning recce and to consider tonight in quiet contemplation. Amazing to think In just 11 short hours this place will be a veritable cauldron. No quarter given and indeed none asked for . It’s where memories are made and hero’s are created
any pubs nearby
 
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