Pitching In

Another Tuesday Friendly round up

Another Tuesday Friendly round up

Many of our clubs were in action last night. Here's what happened.


Ascot United and Merstham met at the Racecourse Ground, with the Moatsiders taking the plaudits in a two-one win. King and Senior scored for the visitors, we don’t have any details of the United goalscorer. 


Ashford Utd defeated Bromley Under 23’s by three goals to nil. Lockyer opened the scoring from the spot midway through the first half, and after the break a double from Carney finished off the young Ravens. 


Ashford Town and Camberley Town haven’t recorded a result that we can find, whilst Badshot Lea welcomed Basingstoke Town, the visitors departing with a four-one win. 


Benfleet and Hashtag United met at Parkside, the Tags christening their new home ‘turf’ with a six-nil win. Toby Aromolaran led the way with a hat trick, Restrepo, Anderson and Hassan got the others. 


Billericay Town defeated Brightlingsea Regent two-one. A trialist scored for the visitors, Merrifield and Emmanuel struck for the hosts. Southall won three-one at Broadfields, with goals from three members of the Trialist family, and Basildon United defeated Buckhurst Hill three-two. Ramiah Mills was one of the Bees scorers. 


Chatham Town defeated Sheppey United three-nil, with goals from O’Keefe, Sach and a Trialist, and Chichester City defeated Christchurch by seven goals to three. Corinthian played host to Premier new boys Cray Valley PM, and our Millers went home satisfied with a six-one victory. 


Dulwich Hamlet drew two-two with a Crystal Palace XI, Hand and Porter with the home goals. Frenford were the hosts for Redbridge, and the Motormen left with a two-two draw. All the goals arrived in the first half, and we’ve no idea who got any of them!


Gorleston and Leiston played out a five goal thriller, the Greens getting two of those five goals in defeat, whilst behind closed doors Grays Athletic defeated a Colchester Utd XI (at Maldon & Tiptree) by two goals to one. 


Guildford City welcomed Metropolitan Police with an outcome seemingly not mentioned anywhere, whilst Harpenden Town defeated Hendon three-nil. Harrow Borough defeated Oxhey Jets three-nil, with a hat trick for number seven, whoever he may be! 

Hartley Wintney and Aldershot Academy did…well, we’ve no idea what they did as nobody seems to have announced it, whilst Hayes & Yeading Utd welcomed Potters Bar Town and the two delivered seven goals between them, the Scholars scoring four of them. We can tell you that Howard Caluseru scored a ‘worldie’ for United, but that’s as far as our knowledge stretches. 


Haywards Heath Town played host to Horsham, the Hornets delivering a five-one win, with goals for a trialist, Ogunwamide, Meekums, and Ajakaiye with two. Hemel Hempstead Town were just tool strong for Rayners Lane, winning two-nil. 


Heybridge Swifts and Burnham Ramblers drew two-two, with Adetiba and Apenteng scoring for Swifts, whilst Hullbridge Sports were three-nil winners over Concord Rangers. Larkfield and New Hythe defeated Hythe Town by the only goal of the game. Margate welcomed Dover Athletic, the visitors winning by two goals to one. Gyebi was one of the scorers for Athletic, Olutade for Gate. 


Moneyfields welcomed Bognor Regis Town, the Rocks winning three-one. A trialist with two and  an own goal struck for the Rocks, Laycock for the hosts. Five second half goals saw Newhaven defeat Hastings United three-two. Newmarket Town were narrowly defeated two-one by Lowestoft Town, Walter scoring for the Jockeys.


Ramsgate defeated Bearsted three-two, with Taylor and a double from Jobe scoring for the Rams. Saffron Walden and Witham Town moved their match to a 3G pitch, but we’ve no idea how it ended. 


Sittingbourne defeated Maidstone United by four goals to one, scorers unknown, whilst Snodlands Town hold Bowers & Pitsea to a three-three draw. Two trialists and Deslandes struck for Bowers. 


South Park Reigate drew with Farnborough, Murphy-McVey scoring for the Sparks in a one-one draw, whilst Stanway Rovers defeated Walthamstow four-three. Rea, Wihongi and Bareck scored for Stow, who let slip a three-nil lead. 


Uxbridge welcomed Chesham Utd, the visitors leaving with a five-one win. Ware were defeated three-nil by Wingate & Finchley, no scorers available. Whitehawk were two-nil winners over Peacehaven & Telscombe Utd, Whelpdale and a Trialist scoring for the Hawks, whilst Wick scored two against Littlehampton Town, but the Golds got six! Laing (2), Storm, Gaskin (2) and an own goal struck for Town. 


Whitstable Town hosted Folkestone Invicta, the Stripes departing with a four-nil win, Tom Derry with a hat trick, Dan Smith with the other.


Wroxham fell two-one to Kings Lynn Town, Ryan Miles scoring for the Yachtsmen. 

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