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THE BRICKIES

Division 1 South,

Season 2015-16

MATCH DAY PROGRAMME

Official programme

Sittingbourne v South Park

Saturday 11th October

2014

SITTINGBOURNE FOOTBALL CLUB


Sittingbourne FC

The DMA Stadium, Woodstock Park, Broadoak Road,

Sittingbourne, Kent, ME9 8AG

Tel: 01795 410777 www.sittingbournefc.co.uk

Sittingbourne FC is a members club

CLUB OFFICIAL

President: Allan Crowshaw

Vice President: Alan Barty

Hon Vice Presidents: Tania & Andy Spice

Chairman: Maurice Dunk

Vice Chairman: Ken Medwyn

Secretary/Treasurer: John Pitts

OTHER COMMITTEE MEMBERS

John Cooper (Commercial).

Peter Pitts (Media, Web site, Programme

editor, stadium announcer,) David Brown

(Youth development), Barry Goodsell

(Match Sec)

Board Room Hospitality: Sandra Pitts &

Carol Cooper,

Lottery Secretary: Hilary Joines.

Club Historian: Dudley Hird.

Programme Sales: Sian Goatham.

Turnstile Operator: Faye Goatham, Danny

Appleton

Club Welfare Officer: Lee Tappenden

Match Reporter: Tony Rickson

Groundsman: Roger Pudner

Club Photographer: Ken Medwyn

Club Shop: Ann Morrison & Clive Phillips

PLAYING MANAGEMENT

Manager: Nick Davis

Assist Manager: Tony Cornwell

Coaches: Barry Crimmen, Warren Chambers,

Hicham Akhazzan and Jono Richardson.

Team Assistant: Harry Chambers

Physio: Tom Martin

WOODSTOCK GROUND REGULA-

TIONS

1. All persons entering the ground are subject to

the rules and regulations of The Football Association.

2. The club reserves the right to eject or prosecute

any person who within the club premises is considered

by the club committee or its employees to

be or have been behaving in the following ways:

a) Entering the field of play before or during

the course of the game.

b) Using obscene, abusive or racist language

or persistently swearing.

c) Being intoxicated by drink or drugs.

Further, persons will not be allowed entry to

Woodstock Park if in the opinion of the gatemen,

stewards or any members of the management

committee they are intoxicated.

3. NO bottles or metal cans, glasses or weapons of

any kind are allowed in the ground. The stewards

have the right to search a spectator if they have

grounds to believe that the person is in possession

of any item that is deemed to be a danger to other

spectators.

4. Alcohol must only be consumed within the confines

of the club house.

5. The climbing of fences or floodlight pylons and

all buildings within the ground is strictly forbidden.

6. All vehicles parked within the boundaries of the

club’s car park must be parked within a designated

space unless otherwise directed by a steward.

No responsibility is accepted for any mishap that

may occur. Car parking is at owners risk.


TEAM CHECK

SATURDAY 6th FEBRUARY 2016

RYMAN LEAGUE DIV 1 SOUTH

SITTINGBOURNE V WALTON & HERSHAM

Manager: Nick Davis

Assistant: Tony Cornwell

Coaches: Jono Richardson, Hicham Akhazzan,

Warren Chambers, Barry Crimmen

Physio: Tom Martin

Matchday Assistant : Harry Chambers

Manager: Mark Hams

Assistant: Adam Pittwood

Physio: Tiffany Weedon

MATCH OFFICIALS

Referee: Mr Adrian Waters

Assistants: Mr Alex Lewis, Mr Zack Ellis

Red & Black Stripes Shirts,

Black Shorts, Black Socks

PLAYED

SUBSTITUTE

GOALS

PLAYED

SUBSTITUTE

GOALS

Yellow Shirts Green Sleeves, Yellow

and Green Socks

1. Adam MOLLOY

1. Liam BEACH

2. Callum NAESSENS

2. Stevie PANAYI

3. Conrad LEE

3. Mekhail McLAUGHLIN

4. Jack STEVENTON

4. James RICHMOND

5. George CRIMMEN (C)

5. Cristiano GONCALVES-NETO

6. Jono RICHARDSON

6. Dylan CASEY

7. Stephen ITA

7 Brendan MURPHY-McVEY

8. Olie BANKOLE

8 Gary HOLLOWAY

9. Jordan WELLS

9. Gareth CHENDLIK (C)

10. Dan HUGHES

10. Richard PACQUETTE

11. Hicham AKHAZZAN

11. Orlando SMITH

12. Andy IRVINE

12. Lea VAN SULLIVAN

14 Stefan WRIGHT

14. Gianfranco MICI

15 Josh ALGAR

15. Michael SALAKO

16. Kerry KEDZE

16. C-J WILLIAMS

17 Tom BRUNT

17. Joe WALLBANKS


John’s Jottings

Welcome to Woodstock Park from The Club Secretary

Good afternoon everyone, welcome to Woodstock Park.

Our visitors are Walton & Hersham. Welcome to their Players, Officials and Supporters and todays

match officials

Unusually we play Walton & Hersham two times in a week! This is because of the weather

which has caused the postponement of the away fixture a number of times. The two matches

are very important to both sides who are in the wrong half of the table.

Last Tuesday saw us achieving a very satisfactory win against Whyteleafe which gave us our

second double of the season. We played some excellent football in the first half and were soon

2- 0 up. The first goal was fittingly scored by captain for the day, Hicham Akhazzan, who was

playing his 400 th game for the Brickies having been playing for us since 2006. Hicham’s goal

was his 93 rd for the club. After Steven Ita scored a really good third almost straight after the restart

it seemed a matter of how many we would score. However, Whyteleafe had other ideas

and made three substitutions. They then began to get more of the play. After 67 minutes Ryan

hit a great shot from 30 yards that gave Adam Molloy no chance. Just five minutes later the referee

who had an excellent game adjudged that George Crimmen fouled a Whyteleafe player in

the penalty area (seemed rather harsh to me). Adam dived the right way when Sam Clayton

shot and was unlucky not to push the shot round the post and the score had gone from 3-0 to 3

-2. This made the last fifteen minutes quite a tense affair but the Brickies held on for an important

win which put us above East Grinstead Town. This was a match played in a great spirit

from both teamsand as I wrote above, excellently refereed.

Locally Welling United have parted company with their manager Louie Fazakerley and his back

room staff. Dean Frost has been appointed in his place. Welling have done amazingly well to

reach the Vanarama National League. Louie Fazakerley was appointed in March 2015 and

steered them clear of relegation last season. I fear though that they just do not have the resources

to escape this time round. Whitstable Town have been shaken by the resignation of

Gary Johnson as their Chairman. Gary, a Ryman league Director, has had to put up with mindless

abuse from a section of Whitstable supporters who obviously have no idea about the problems

of running a non league club at our level. This will not make it any easier for the Oysterman

to escape relegation, something we would not want to happen to a fellow Kent club. I have

done this job for sixteen years now and I realise how lucky we are with our supporters, as despite

the lows we have sometimes had, do understand how difficult it can be just to keep afloat

and have given us, as a committee, unfailing support.

Enjoy the game!

JOHN

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From the Programme editor

Welcome to Walton & Hersham, a club that I have fond memories of having seen many of

their cup exploits back in the 70’s including their amazing win over Brian Clough’s Brighton at

Brighton. Do read their history further on in this programme.

There have been 3 recent casualties of the local and Ryman football scenes that have surprised

me The first was that the Carshalton boss Matt Howard, who was in charge of them

when they beat us impressively earlier on in the season, according to the club statement

"Had agreed to part company!" The Robins were just above mid table. The second surprise

was that Mark Goldberg has left Bromley. The statement from the club said The board of

Bromley FC have agreed to part company with their manager Mark Goldberg. Club Chairman

Jerry Dolke said, “This is not a decision that has been taken lightly. The Club has new investors

who have higher expectations than current performances on the pitch are showing.”

Goldberg has been the most successful Bromley manager in 30 years!

The final surprise was the resignation of Gary Johnson from Whitstable Town. Mr Johnson

stood down at the club's February board meeting on Monday as a result of ‘personal and offensive’

criticism directed at him by another committee member. I know that Gary has worked

tirelessly for the Oystermen as well as providing financial assistance, but he had been subject

to abuse from some of the supporters who have no inkling what it takes to run a non league

football club at our level. Whitstable Town sit 14 points away from safety at the moment and

the clubs above them have a game in hand so their position is pretty dire at the moment.

Player stats to and including 2nd February 2016


WALTON & HERSHAM— A BRIEF HISTORY

Walton-on-Thames F.C. was formed in 1895, and in

1945, following World War II, amalgamated with Hersham

F.C. to form Walton & Hersham F.C., the present

club.

The united club immediately joined the newly formed

Corinthian League and won the Surrey Senior Cup for the

first time in 1947-48, beating Isthmian League neighbours

Kingstonian 2-1 at Crystal Palace.

Election to the Athenian League soon followed and in

their first season, 1950-51, Swans finished runners-up

and again won the Surrey Senior Cup at Palace, defeating

the much vaunted Dulwich Hamlet 2-1.

Great days, big crowds

These were halcyon days for the Stompond Lane side

and the FA Amateur Cup Semi-Final was reached in successive

seasons, 1951-52 and 1952-53, only for Swans to

go out to Walthamstow Avenue and Harwich &

Parkeston respectively.

During this period the club enjoyed a tremendous following,

and a record crowd of 10,000 were at the Lane in

1952 when the famous Crook Town were the visitors for

an Amateur Cup tie.

Some lean years followed, although the FA Cup First

Round was reached for the first time in 1957-58, Southampton

winning 6-1 before 6,000 people at Stompond

Lane.

Don Stoker’s popular sides of the early 1960’s brought

cup fever back to the Lane and there were fine runs

again in the FA Amateur Cup.

Two late goals by the prolific and popular Brian Jenkins

beat the star-studded Wimbledon side in the Surrey Senior

Cup Final of 1960-61, and the trophy was retained

against Sutton United the following season.

After several years of mid-table respectability the appointment

of Allen Batsford as manager in 1967 heralded

the beginning of the most successful period in the

club’s history. At the end of his first season, a superb

victory over a powerful Wimbledon side in the two legged

Final secured the Premier Midweek Floodlit League

title, the first of three, followed a year later by the winning

of the Athenian League championship for the first

time.

The FA Cup First Round Proper was again reached in the

following two seasons, losing to Barnet 1-0 in 1969-70

and Telford United 5-2 in 1970-71. The runners-up spot

in the League was achieved in both those campaigns and

the Surrey Senior Cup in 1970-71.

Election to the Isthmian ranks followed, with third place

attained in the first season, 1971-72.

Then followed the most memorable season in the club’s

history, 1972-73. The FA Cup First Round barrier was

overcome for the first time with Exeter City being defeated

2-1 amid tremendous excitement at the Lane,

only for visitors Margate to win by the only goal in the

Second Round.

Kingstonian were beaten 2-0 in the Surrey Senior Cup

Final and the runners-up spot achieved in the League.

Then on the 14th of April 1973 the ultimate prize was

gained at Wembley when 41,000 people saw a lastminute

Roger Connell goal against Slough Town bring

the FA Amateur Cup to Stompond Lane, the trophy being

won without a goal being conceded, a record never to be

equaled. Dave Bassett, Willie Smith and Connell also had

the honour of playing for the England Amateur side.

The following season Brian Clough brought his Brighton

& Hove Albion side to Stompond Lane in the FA Cup First

Round, and following a goalless draw, Swans pulled off a

sensational result in the replay at The Goldstone

Ground, a Clive Foskett hat-trick included in a 4-0 win.

Sadly, when Batsford left for Wimbledon the following

season the fine team broke up, the crowds drifted away,

and relegation soon followed in 1975.

The FA Cup First Round was surprisingly reached in 1975

-76, going down 1-0 to Malcolm Allison’s Crystal Palace.

Barren years followed, with the club several times being

close to extinction.

In the mid 1980’s the club was proud to have Sir Stanley

Matthews as President, but only a draw in the final game

of the 1986-87 season prevented relegation to Division

Two.

After 20 years out of the top-flight, Neil Price’s young

side at last gained promotion in 1993-94, and the following

season the Swans went down 2-0 at the Lane in the

first round of the FA Cup. However Swans’ Centenary

celebrations were spoilt by relegation after only two seasons

back in the Premier.

Under the management of Laurie Craker the team ensured

the stay in Division One was as brief as possible,

promotion being gained on the last day of the campaign.

The Swans though struggled to remain in the Premier

Division and at the end of the 1999-2000 season the

Swans were relegated.

Long-serving player Alan Dowson took over as manager

in October.2004 and after defeat in his first match in

charge a 13 match winning sequence ended saw fine

runs in the FA Trophy and League Cup, and promotion as

runners-up in the Ryman League Division One.

The Surrey Senior Cup Final was reached for the first

time in 31 years, the Swans only losing a thrilling game

against AFC Wimbledon 2-1 after extra-time before close

to 4,000 people at Woking.

After a creditable first season back in the Premier Division

a poor start to 2006-07 led to Dowson’s early resignation

and eventual relegation yet again.

Since then Swans have remained in Division One, facing

relegation fights on several occasions.


HOW would you react if your club announced that it was intending to change its name? Not particularly

well, I guess.

But how would you respond as chairman of said club if your local Football League side told you that

you’re not to use the name of the city you both play in, because it’s theirs?

That’s been the dilemma on the south coast in the past few weeks. Nobody is happy, and nobody is getting

anywhere fast.

Whitehawk aren’t exactly popular on the circuit, and they know it. First off, they’re bankrolled. Their fans,

although colourful, loyal and spread important messages, aren’t as great in number as they are in voice.

The money brought in on matchdays just about covers the cost of turning on the floodlights and paying

the officials, not funding a strong National League South squad.

Then there’s the ground. Infamously, the Wealdstone Raider hardly gave it a ringing endorsement. His

“what a s***hole!” bellowing was taking it a bit far, but the Enclosed Ground is somewhat rough around

the edges.

So the owners want to do something about the club’s image, and not just because of ‘that’ video which

went viral all over the world.

A few weeks ago, a name-change order was filed to the FA and Whitehawk were soon to be no more,

born from the start of 2016-17 was New Brighton City FC.

That supporters were not happy, and neither were

Brighton & Hove Albion. So much so that the Championship

club moved to block it with the FA. It could still go

legal.

Within a few days, chairman John Summers relented. A

heart-to-heart with fans on the terraces at Chelmsford

City brought a solid conclusion – the club still needed to

be rebranded to move forward, but the supporters can

pick their new name and it will, if they want it to, include

Whitehawk.

But bad news for the Seagulls…. It’s going to include the

name Brighton as well.

The majority view is that clubs shouldn’t change their

names. History is too important, and it’s tough to argue

against that, even if you aren’t a total traditionalist.

But the Whitehawk story, however it ends, does raise

another interesting subject aside from the obvious question

about if it’s ever right to antagonise your supporters.

Are Brighton right to tell Whitehawk the name of the city

they share cannot – under any circumstances – be

used?

Summers doesn’t think so. “Brighton & Hove Albion, it

seems, believe they own the brand which is frustrating,

but we’re not going away,” he told us.

“They don’t own the city, and they can’t tell us what we

can and cannot do. It’s our city too, and we’re not going

to let them tell us any different. This is our city as well as

theirs.”

Brighton may be biting off more than they can chew. What’s good enough for Manchester, Bristol, and

Sheffield should be good enough for them.

EQUALITY -

“The Ryman Football League strongly support recent FA statement that there should be a

zero tolerance approach against racism and all forms of discrimination. Accordingly any

form of discriminatory abuse whether it be based on race or ethnicity, sexual orientation,

gender, faith, age, ability or any other form of abuse will be reported to The Football Association

for action by that Association.” (Useful numbers:-The FA 0800 085 0508 / Kick it

Out 020 7253 0162)


Player sponsorship

Adam Molloy sponsored

by John Andrews

Stefan Wright

sponsored by

Alan Crowshaw

Hicham Akhazzan

sponsored by Peter Pitts

Nick Davis

sponsored by Maurice Dunk

George Crimmen

Sponsored by the

BGs Road Show

Tom Brunt

sponsored by Cyclops

Engineering Limited

Conrad Lee sponsored by

Colin Page

Jono Richardson

sponsored by Alan Barty

Jack Steventon

Sponsored by Ken Medwyn

Miles Cornwell sponsored by

Mark Smith

Ollie Bankole sponsored by

John Pitts

Billy French—

sponsored by John Cooper—pic to follow

All other players and management open to sponsorship. Please see any committee member

to arrange. Cost is £40 for the season.

Away Travel details

Tuesday 9th February, Walton & Hersham: Sports Ground, Stompond Lane, Walton on Thames,

Surrey, KT12 1HF

M25 from south: Leave motorway at Jct.10 and join A3 to London. After a short distance leave on sliproad

signposted to Walton. Turn left at roundabout following sign Woking A245, Walton (B365) and

move to outside lane of dual-carriageway in order to filter right at traffic lights after approx. 50 yards on to

B365 (Seven Hills Road). After 11/2 miles cross over small roundabout, then after a further 1/2 mile bear

right at large roundabout following sign to Hersham A317. Proceed to next roundabout, then turn left

over railway bridge into Ashley Road, signposted Walton B365. Carry on down slight hill to next roundabout

and turn right in to Stompond Lane where you will find main car park entrance approx. 100 yards on

right.

Saturday 13th February, Folkestone Invicta

Tuesday 16th February, East Grinstead Town, East Grinstead Town FC, The GAC Stadium, East

Court, College Lane, East Grinstead, RH19 3LS

Turn off the M25 at Jcn 6.At the Godstone Interchange roundabout take 1st exit A22.

A22, proceed past Homebase on the left and Carpet Right on the right, then turn left into Moat Road,

signposted Hospital and A264 to Tunbridge Wells.

Continue over the roundabout at the junction of Blackwell Road, Blackwell Hollow and Holtye Road.

Continue 50 yards to the mini-roundabout at the junction of Blackwell Farm Road and Holtye Road and

double-back. Do not turn through the gap in the central reservation as this is for emergency service vehicles

only and you could be liable for prosecution.


DATE OPPOSITION COMP Sc ATT 1 2 3 4

5

Sat 8 Aug

Tue 11 Aug

Sat 15 Aug

Tue 18 Aug

Sat 22 Aug

Tue 25 Aug

Fri 28 Aug

Mon 31 Aug

Sat 5 Sept

Tue 8 Sept

Sat 12 Sept

Herne Bay

Hastings United

South Park

Merstham

Carshalton Athletic

Whitstable Town

Seven Acre & Sidup

Ramsgate

Guernsey

Whitstable Town

Metropolitan Police

League

League

League

League Cup

League

League

FA Cup

League

League

League

FA Cup

A

H

H

A

A

H

A

A

H

A

A

1-3

1-3

2-1

2-1

0-3

1-0

2-1

3-1

3-2

5-0

0-0

267

132

87

84

230

158

152

190

113

156

66

Molloy

Molloy

Molloy

Molloy

Molloy

Molloy

Molloy

Molloy

Molloy

Molloy

Molloy

Brunt

Brunt

Brunt

Brunt 1

Brunt

Steventon

Steventon

Brunt

Brunt

Brunt 1

Brunt

Lee

Lee

Lee

Lee

Lee

Lee

Lee 1

Lee

Lee

Lee

Lee

French North

North * French

Davis Steventon

Davis * Crimmen 1

Steventon Crimmen

Davis Crimmen

Davis * Crimmen

Davis * Crimmen 1

Steventon Crimmen

Davis * Crimmen

Richardson Crimmen *

Tue 15 Sept

Sat 19 Sept

Tue 22 Sept

Sat 26 Sept

Metropolitan Police

Whyteleafe

Dorking Wanderers

Hoddesdon Town

FA Cup

League

League

FA Cup

H

A

H

H

1-0

2-1

1-2

1-2

141

135

96

205

Molloy

Molloy

Molloy

Molloy

Brunt

Brunt

Brunt

Brunt

Lee

Lee

Lee

Lee

Davis* Richardson 1

Steventon Richardson

Steventon Richardson

Richardson Crimmen

Tue 29 Sept

Sun 4 Oct

Tue 6 Oct

Sat 10 Oct

Tues 13 Oct

Sat 17 Oct

Sat 24 Oct

Tue 27 Oct

Tue 10 Nov

Sat 14 Nov

Sat 21 Nov

Tue 24 Nov

Sat 28 Nov

Tue 1 Dec

Sat 5 Dec

Tue 8 Dec

Sat 12 Dec

Wed 16 Dec

Sat 19 Dec

Tue 22 Dec

Mon 28 Dec

Sat 2 Jan

Sat 23 Jan

Tue 26 Jan

Sat 30 Jan

Tue 2 Feb

Sat 6 Feb

Tue 9 Feb

Sat 13 Feb

Tue 16tFeb

Sat 20 Feb

Sat 27 Feb

Tue 1 Mar

Sat 5 Mar

Sat 12 Mar

Sat 19 Mar

Sat 26 Mar

Mon 28 Mar

Sat 2 Apr

Sat 9 Apr

Sat 16 Apr

Sat 23 Apr

Corinthian-Casuals

Walton Casuals

Whitstable Town

Corinthian-Casuals

Chatham Town

Three Bridges

Folkestone Invicta

Hastings United

Walton Casuals

Carshalton Athletic

Chipstead

Hastings Utd Note 1

Hythe Town

Worthing

Molesey

Herne Bay

Chatham Town

South Park

Peacehaven & Tels

Dorking Wanderers

Ramsgate

Faversham Town

Tooting & Mitcham

Corinthian-Casuals

Worthing

Whyteleafe

Walton & Hersham

Walton & Hersham

Folkestone Invicta

East Grinstead Town

Three Bridges

Tooting & Mitcham

Faversham Town

East Grinstead Twn

Guernsey

Peacehaven & Tels

Walton Casuals

Faversham Town

Chipstead

Hythe Town

Chatham Town

Molesey

League

FA Trophy

Kent Snr Cup

League

League Cup

League

League

League

League

League

League

League Cup

League

League

League

League

League

League

League

League

League

League

League

League Cup

League

League

League

League

League

League

League

League

League Cup

League

League

League

League

League

League

League

League

League

A

A

H

H

A

A

H

A

H

H

H

A

A

H

A

H

H

A

A

A

H

A

H

H

A

H

H

A

A

A

H

A

A

H

A

H

A

H

A

H

A

H

0-1

0-1

0-1

1-2

1-0

0-1

1-2

0-2

1-2

1-2

1-6

4-3

0-2

0-2

1-2

1-2

2-1

1-1

6-2

0-0

4-0

0-1

0-3

2-0

0-3

3-2

108

85

101

116

127

79

184

300

93

91

90

135

221

103

78

121

120

88

78

109

223

284

137

70

617

101

Molloy

Molloy

Wallace

Wallace

Molloy

Molloy

Molloy

Molloy

Molloy

Molloy

Molloy

Molloy

Molloy

Molloy

Molloy

Mansannet

Molloy

Mansannet

Mansannet

Molloy

Molloy

Molloy

Molloy

Molloy

Molloy

Molloy

Steventon*

Steventon

Brunt

Brunt

Brunt

Steventon

Brunt

Steventon

Brunt

Brunt

Brunt

Wright

Wright*

Wright

Brunt

Brunt

Brunt

Brunt

Brunt

Brunt

Brunt

Brunt

Naessens

Naessens *

Naessens

Naessens

Lee

Lee*

Naessens

Lee

Lee

Lee

Richardson

Richardson

Lee

Lee

Lee

Lee

Lee

Lee

Lee

Lee

Lee

Lee

Richardson 2

Richardson

Richardson

Richardson

Richardson

Lee

Lee *

Richardson

Brown

French

Davis*

French

French

French

French *

French

French

French

French

Davis

Davis*

Richardson

Crimmen

French

French

French

Steventon*

Steventon

French

French

Steventon

Steventon

Steventon

Steventon

French

Crimmen

French

Crimmen *

Richardson

Crimmen

Crimmen

Crimmen

Crimmen

Crimmen

Crimmen

Crimmen

Crimmen

Crimmen

French

Crimmen

Crimmen

Crimmen

Crimmen

Crimmen *

Steventon

Steventon

Crimmen

Crimmen

Crimmen

Crimmen

Note 1: Sittingbourne won 4-3 on penalties.

KEY to above grid:

@ = After Extra Time

+ = Own Goal

# = Sent Off

1,2,3, etc after players name = goals scored

* = Subs used and players substituted

** = Sub was Substituted

KSC = Kent Senior Cup

Lge Cup = Isthmian League Cup

League = Ryman Isthmian Lge Div 1 South

FAT = FA Challenge Trophy

FAC = FA Challenge Cup

KSC = Kent Senior Cup


6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 16 17

Brown *

Brown

Bankole

Bankole

Bankole

Bankole1

Bankole

Bankole

Richardson

Richardson

Brown

Brown

Brown

Brown

Brown *

*Bankole

Bankole 1

Wright * 1

Wright *

Wright*

Brunt *

Brunt*

Wright*

Wright*

Wright

Wright

Wright

Wright

Wright

Wright

Richardson Wright

Beecroft Wright*

Brown Gonnella

Richardson Wright

Brown Wright *

Richardson * Brown

Brown* Lee 1

Brown Lee

Richardson Akhazzan*

P Smith Wright*

P Smith Luchford 1

Richardson Brunt

Richardson Luchford

Wisson* Bankole

Richardson Wisson*

Richardson Wright*

Bankole Kedze*

Richardson Kedze*

Wisson* Kedze

Wisson Wright

Wisson Wright

Wisson Wright*

Wisson Wright*

Richardson Wright

Richardson Wright*

Wisson Akhazzan

Beecroft 1

Beecroft

Beecroft

Beecroft

Beecroft

Beecroft

Brown

Richadson1

Cornwell

Cornwell 1 *

Bankole*

Cornwell

Beecroft*

Beecroft 1

Beecroft

Beecroft*

Richardson

Beecroft

Cornwell

Gonnella *

Brunt

Cornwell

Cornwell *

P Smith*

Bankole

Bankole *

Wisson

P Smith

Ita*

Cornwell

Wisson

Wisson*

Bankole

Wright

Bankole

Bankole

Bankole*

Bankole*

Wisson

Algar*

Bankole

Smith

Smith*

Smith 1

Obasa *

Smith

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Saturday 23rd January 2016

Ryman League Div 1 South

Sittingbourne 0 Tooting & Mitcham 3

Att 137

Match Reports

By Tony Rickson

Some compensation for Sittingbourne, who ended

up well beaten by impressive opponents, was that

none of the five teams below them in Ryman

League South won either.

Momentum is a big deal in football, and Sittingbourne

had lost theirs going into this game after

having their last five matches postponed.

They’d previously only lost once in six games but

all that seemed a long time ago, especially against

an in-form Tooting and Mitcham side who had

played through the rain and frost of the last few

weeks.

Sittingbourne had to make three enforced changes

for this first home match of the New Year with Tom

Brunt and Billy French missing from the defence

and striker Miles Cornwell suspended.

Back came George Crimmen, taking the captain’s

armband as well, and Dan Hughes, while Callum

Naessens stepped up for his full debut after making

an appearance as a substitute earlier in the season

in the match at Whyteleafe. And, after a nervy start,

he did very well at right-back.

Sittingbourne looked understandably rusty to start

with as Tooting stamped their mark on the game,

though when they eventually began to get forward

a few right-wing crosses were whipped in that

came to nothing.

Tooting had the ball in the net midway through the

half but were penalised for a foul and ex-Spurs

youngster O’Neil, who was quite a presence in midfield,

shot wide and then headed wide from two

chances in quick succession.

In fact, Tooting were making full use of midfield

domination, where by playing only one up front

they had a spare man, and Sittingbourne weren’t

getting much of a look-in.

When they did get forward, the referee rejected appeals

that Tooting keeper Cessay had handled outside

his area, and with the keeper still stranded,

Ollie Bankole shot just past the post.

Tooting ended the half dominating possession but

Sittingbourne defended determinedly and when the

visitors did get the ball in the net it was disallowed

for offside.

Sittingbourne worked hard throughout the second

half but, despite the efforts of the again-impressive

youngster Josh Wisson in midfield, they weren’t

clinical enough with some of their passing. And

Tooting made them pay dearly for it.

The second half was only three minutes old when

they took the lead, a clearance from halfway

bouncing through the middle of the Sittingbourne

defence for Baxter to nip in and lob cleverly over

the advancing Adam Molloy.

Chances for Sittingbourne were few and far between

and Tooting made it 2-0 just after the hour

when Molloy did well to block Baxter’s shot but was

powerless to prevent Makofo scoring from the

loose ball.

Substitutions didn’t really give Sittingbourne much

more attacking impetus and they ended up second

best as Tooting got a third near the end when sub

Price took on the defence and squared for Wilson

to score with a low shot.

3-0 equalled Sittingbourne’s second heaviest defeat

of the season, and was the fourth game in a

row against Tooting & Mitcham, whose league position

always seems less than it should be, in which

they’ve failed to score.

It also ended a little run of home successes, and

now that the season’s back up and running again

Sittingbourne need to get this out of their system

and get back to where they were a few weeks ago.

Sittingbourne: Molloy, Naessens, Richardson,

Steventon, Crimmen, Wisson, Wright (Lee

69 mins), Bankole (Akhazzan 65 mins), Wells

(Kedze 63 mins), Hughes, Ita.

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Walton & Hersham — Pen Pics

Liam Beach (Goalkeeper) – Liam is a young

goalkeeper who signed in January from Hampton

& Richmond Borough. Age: 18. Debut:

23.01.16 v. Hythe Town.

Sean Fallon (Goalkeeper) – Sean is new to

the club this season, having previously been at

Hampton & Richmond Borough. Age: 21. Debut:

05.09.15 v. Three Bridges.

Borja Loeches Teixeira (Goalkeeper) –

Spanish born goalkeeper Borja joined Swans in

December after being with both Metropolitan

Police and Haringey Borough this season. Age:

26. Debut: 05.12.15 v. East Grinstead Town.

Cristiano Goncalves-Neto (Defender) – Portuguese

born Cristiano has played for several

clubs in Spain and joined Swans in January after

being at Tooting & Mitcham United this season.

Age: 26. Debut: 23.01.16 v. Hythe Town.

Mekhail McLaughlin (Defender) – Mekhail is

a young defender who is currently on loan from

Metropolitan Police. Age: 19. Debut: 23.01.16

v. Hythe Town.

James Richmond (Defender) – James progressed

from Hampton & Richmond Borough

reserves to their senior side last season and

was voted the club’s Young Player of Year. A

tall, strong centre-half he joined Swans on a

temporary basis in September. Age: 20. Debut:

29.09.15 v. Whyteleafe.

Stevie Panayi (Defender) – Stevie is a young

defender who signed from Tonbridge Angels in

December. Age: 19. Debut: 26.12.15 v. Carshalton

Athletic.

Lea Van Sullivan (Defender) – After being at

Kingstonian and Walton Casuals, Lea Van

joined Swans in December from Redhill. Age:

21. Debut: 12.01.15 v. South Park.

Chidi-James (C-J) Williams (Defender) –

New to the club this season, C-J has previously

been at Bromley and Cray Wanderers. Age: 20.

Debut: 08.08.15 v. Whitstable Town.

Harry Mills (Defender/Midfield) – Harry is a

young defender who joined Swans in October

last season from neighbours Hampton & Richmond

Borough. Age: 20. Debut: 25.10.14 v.

Worthing.

Charlie Gillard (Midfield) – Charlie joined

Swans in December after previously being at

Hampton & Richmond Borough, Walton Casuals

and Banstead Athletic. Age: 23. Debut:

12.01.15 v. South Park.

Ryan Marklew (Midfield) – Coming through

from Swans’ youth team, Ryan won several

club awards, but has found first-team chances

limited. This could be the season he establishes

himself. Age: 21. Debut: 27.04.13 v. Hythe

Town.

Gianfranco Mici (Midfield) – Albanian born

Gianfranco joined Swans in December after

previously being at Tonbridge Angels earlier

this season. Age: 19. Debut: 12.12.15 v. South

Park.

Brendan Murphy-McVey (Midfield) – Brendan

joined Swans in January from Whyteleafe. He

has also had spells this season at Kingstonian

and Tooting & Mitcham United after playing for

Carshalton Athletic three seasons. Age: 21.

Debut: 09.01.16 v. Peacehaven & Telscombe.

André Scarlett (Midfield) – Andre is a highly

experienced player who made 18 Football

League appearances for LutonTown after being

a trainee there. He then went on to play for

Chelmsford City, Chesham United,

StainesTown and Wingate & Finchley. He

joined Swans at the beginning of the 2013-14

season. Age: 36. Debut: 10.08.13 v. Peacehaven

& Telscombe.

Joe Wallbanks (Midfield) – A young midfield

player, Joe joined Swans in December from

neighbours Hampton & Richmond Borough.

Age: 18. Debut: 09.01.16 v. Peacehaven &

Telscombe.

Gareth Chendlik (Forward) – Gareth originally

signed for Swans in October last season from

neighbours Hampton & Richmond Borough after

previously being at Hemel Hempstead

Town. He joined Tooting & Mitcham United during

the summer, and has also played for

Redhill this season. He rejoined Swans for a

second spell in December. Age: 22. Debut:

25.10.14 v. Worthing.

Eden Dewar-Douglas (Forward) – A young

striker, Eden joined Swans in December from

Bromley. Age: 18. Debut: 26.12.15 v. Carshalton

Athletic.

Michael Salako (Forward) – After previously

being at Tooting & Mitcham United and Corinthian-Casuals,

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Match Reports

Tuesday 26th January 2016

Alan Turvey Trophy sponsored by Robert

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Quarter Final

Sittingbourne 2 Corinthian-Casuals 1

Att 70

players and this is certainly the best Casuals

side that I have seen for many a season so it

was an ominous start. But Sittingbourne steadied

the ship and Molloy was rarely troubled..but

nor was Danny Bracken in the Casuals goal in

that half.

This game had been postponed twice before

but it was well worth waiting for!

Sittingbourne were without cup tied players

Stephen Ita, Jordan Wells, Kerry Kedze and

new signings Josh Algar and Scott Wibley,

whilst Miles Cornwell was serving the second of

his 3 match ban..a ban that must seem never

ending for the player with the Brickies having

had so many games lost due to the weather.

Billy French was injured, and captain Tom

Brunt was unavailable. A total of 4 of our under

21's side featured in this match.

These changes meant that Dan Hughes started

a match for only the second time, and he took

his opportunity brilliantly scoring the two Sittingbourne

goals. Also in came Callum Naessens

making his 2nd start and Adam Williams

returned from his loan spell. New signing Andy

Irvine, who was so instrumental a few years

ago in Tunbridge Wells vase run, Connor Wilkins,

and 16 year old Jake Embury from the under

21’s were on the bench. Jono Richardson

was starting for the 100th time for Sittingbourne.

The weather was atrocious with a strong swirling

wind and driving but light rain which

strangely didn’t seem to soak too much. The

Brickies supporters in the 70 crowd though didn’t

worry too much, especially in the second

half when the Brickies came back from a half

time goal deficit.

Casuals started brightly, possible encouraged

by the fact that they had already done the double

over the Brickies in the league. The wind

seemed to be favouring Casuals in the first half

and perhaps they should have made more of

an advantage of it. It was no real surprise when

in the 33rd minute Stef Joseph mad a good run

on the right, cut inside and sent a low shot past

Adam Molloy in the Brickies goal to put Casuals

a goal to the good. Casuals have some tricky

Casuals had the first good effort of the new half

on 56 minutes forcing Molloy to tip a dangerous

effort over the bar, the wind though was now in

Sittingbourne’s favour and unlike in a few

matches where they had spurned

that advantage they were using it well.

Casuals needed a second, but it was a different

Sittingbourne in this half and on 66 minutes

substitute Irvine was fouled. Hicham

Akhazzan’s free kick was turned over for a corner

and from the corner the ball was

cleared..but only as far as Hughes who crashed

his first time shot into the net for the equaliser.

The jubilation of the Sittingbourne supporters

was almost cut short immediately when almost

straight from the restart the visitors had a

golden opportunity to retake the lead but the

shot went wide. That was a wake up call and

after that the Brickies never looked back.

Akhazzan had a shot well saved on 73 minutes

and 4 minutes later Josh Wisson ended a

strong run on the right with a cross into the box

where Hughes was on hand to rise majestically

and powerfully head home goal number 2.

Akhazzan was a real danger to Casuals and

with ten minutes to go he appeared to be bundled

down in the area but calls for a penalty

went unheeded.

Sittingbourne were now comfortably on top and

they easily held out for the 4 minutes added

time to celebrate a famous victory and now go

on to an all Swale semi final tie away to Faversham

Town.

Sittingbourne: Molloy, Naessens (Irvine 61

mins), Lee, Steventon, Crimmen, Richardson,

Wright, Wisson, Williams (Embury 81 mins),

Hughes, Akhazzan

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