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Pre Season Schedule

The PSF schedule to date is as follows, this will be updated as we get more info. The early games will be played on one of the back pitches. It is expected that the main pitch will be used for the Hampton & Richmond fixture

Sat 6th July – Home to Westfield. Drew 1 -1
Sat 13th July – Away to British Airways (@ Bed& Fel) Lost 5 – 3 (ref had an excellent game for BA)

Tues 16th July – Home to Staines Town KO 7.30pm
Sat 20th July – Home to Bedfont & Feltham KO 3pm
Sat 27th July – Home to Croydon Athletic KO 3pm
Tue 30th July – Home to Hampton & Richmond Ko 7.30pm

Villains day band confirmed

We are pleased to confirm that Be Bop Boulevard will be playing live at this year Villains day. There will also be a chance to sample Dave Townsends famous “Cremation BBQ” and to watch your kids go mad on the Bouncy Castle.

Our traditional curtain raiser to the new season will be held on Saturday 6th July, when our 1st team entertain Westfield FC in the opening Pre Season game. 3pm kick off on a back pitch.

In addition to the opportunity to cast an eye over the latest crop of Villains this event is also used to remember all those ex-players, and friends, that are unfortunately no longer with us.

The band will be firing up straight after the football finishes around 5pm so why not come along and help us start the new campaign off with a bang.

 

Just the 3 for the boys

What a season for Nigel James and his Under 18’s squad.

A 4-2 win over close rivals Ascot United in their penultimate league game meant that a victory over bottom of the table Hartley Wintney would see them win the Allied Youth League (Central Division) at their 1st attempt. As it turned out the edge was taken of the achievement slightly when Hartley were unable to fulfill the fixture meaning the boys become Champions by default. Chances are they would have had a comfortable win anyhow.

Winning the league meant the lads were entered into the Champions Cup, a knockout competition with the winners of the other 3 Allied Counties leagues. We were drawn to play away to Didcot Town the winners of the North Division. Goals form Hassan Habimana and Scottie Walker saw us through to the final with a 2 nil win.

The final was played at Bracknell Town FC against Camberley Town the winners of the South Division. Camberley progressed to the final by beating East Division Champions North Greenford Utd by 5 goals to 1. Over the years, of all the team our 1st team have faced, Camberley have proven to be the hardest to beat. This appears not to be a problem for our young guns. They produced a fantastic performance on the night and ran out easy winners with a goal from Teo Kurtaran, 2 from Kevin Nyarko and just the 4 for Golden Boot winner Scott Walker.

Not content with winning all the trophies that the Allied League had to offer, Nigel and his boys also decided to plunder the Combined Counties League walking away with the Grant-McLellan trophy, and what a way to do it.

After defeating Dorking Wanderers, on their own patch, in the semi final the boys had to face Walton & Hersham, at Abbey Rangers, to complete the treble. Prepared to the maximum as usual by Nigel and Cec the boys made very short work of putting this final to bed. A goal after 3 mins was followed in very short time by 2 more in the next 10 minutes and the game turned into a procession. Despite being totally dominant the lads refused to take their foot off the pedal and added another 6 goals to complete a 9 nil rout. I apologise for not knowing the goals scorers but it was an all round amazing performance.

Not a bad first season. Cant wait for the next.