Tuesday 29th September 2020 @ 7.45 pm
Combined Counties Premier Division
Ground – Rectory Meadow, Park Road, Hanworth, TW13 6PN

Admission  £7 Adults, £4 Concessions & Under 16’s free
Note:- NHS COVID19 & evepass track & trace apps in use

A local derby game, and one looked forward too more by our supporters than our players. I think that’s because, historically, Egahm have always been seen as one of “The big clubs” in the area.

Last season our visitors took the honours with a 2 goals to nil win but we got our revenge, in what proved to be the last game of 19/20 season, with a 3-1 win at the Runnymede Stadium.

“The Sarnies” have had a slow start to the current campaign with 1 win and 2 defeats in the league. Unfortunately they have also lost in both of the FA competitions. I’m sure that they will be doing their best to kick start their season today. We will obviously be doing our best to delay that for a week,


Sat 26th September

Today’s visitors, Ascot United, were top of league when the season was abandoned last term and, at the time of this visit were sitting at the top again, so we were expecting a very stern challenge. The boys were up to the challenge however, and a good all round performance earned us an excellent 3 points against one of the leagues fancied sides…..Click for more



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


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

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