HANWORTH VILLA V ASCOT UNITED
Saturday 26th September 2020 @ 3 pm
Combined Counties Premier Division
Ground – Rectory Meadow, Park Road, Hanworth, TW13 6PN
Admission £7 Adults, £4 Concessions & Under 16’s free
Note:- evepass track & trace in use
A tough fixture against the side that were top of the table when last season was rudely interrupted by the dreaded COVID.
This season “The Yellowmen” have carried on where they left off and, once again sit top of the table. This is in the main thanks to their free scoring form which as seen them win 4 of the 5 games they’ve played to date. In those 4 games they have managed to put 7 goals past Molesey, 5 past Colliers Wood and 6 past Frimley Green. The other game was a much tighter affair, beating Southall by the solitary goal. The single blot on this seasons copy book is a 1 goal to nil defeat to Camberley Town.
Last season this game was a very tight affair, ending all square at one each. The reverse fixture saw us produce one of our best displays of the season as we run out 3-1 victors on their 3G patch.
Should be a good game this one.
RAYNERS LANE 2 – 4 HANWORTH VILLA
Saturday 22nd September 2020 @ 3 pm
Buildbase FA Vase – 1st Qualifying round
Our debut in this seasons Buildbase FA Vase was at the swanky Tithe Farm Sports & Social Club home to Rayners Lane of the Spartan South Midlands League. The very nice clubhouse was very much to the liking of the large travelling Villa support, the 3G pitch not so much to the liking of the players.
During last weeks FA Cup tie we struggled to come to terms with the variances of the artificial pitch, this week however we had no such trouble as we opened the scoring in the 1st minute. Elliott Simpson finishing off our very first attack from close in. Just the start we were looking for…….click for more
Tue 15th Sept – Southall 4 – 1 HVFC
Tough night, Good win
Sam Merson’s 2nd hatrick in consecutive league games, and an all round excellent team performance, saw us win a very hard fought game against one this seasons fancied teams.
Southall have been one of the leagues better sides and this year have made an investment into a push for promotion. With a side full of big strong players it quickly became obvious that intimidation was going to be one of their tactics in a highly competivive first half. As usual this particular tactic didn’t work against our side and the boys gave as good as they got as the two sides swapped attack for attack……click for more
In accordance with FA guidelines the club have produced a COVID-19 Risk Assessment designed to help keep all visiting officials, players and spectators safe when visiting Rectory Meadow. The assessment can be downloaded via the link below, please take the time to read the document, and to comply when visiting the ground.
Stay safe everyone, and we hope to welcome you very soon