Freddie Programme


Football For Freddie charity programme from 4 December 2016



Sunday 4 December 2016 ko 2pm




Freddie XI v Yateley United XI


Foreword by Colin Ive

Welcome to Sean Devereux Park home of Yateley United FC.

Today is a very special occasion for the club and is without

doubt the biggest sporting occasion the park has seen

with this very special match in aid of Freddie Hunt and

supporting his family as Freddie undertakes the essential

treatment for his brain tumour.

Within hours of the now famous message on Yateley

Community Facebook page from Freddie’s mum Abbi

regarding Freddie’s condition we as a club began discussing

what contribution we could bring to the fund raising which

so many of our community began to undertake and so the

idea of this charity game was created.

With the whole club being run entirely by volunteers any

addition to their already heavy workload needed to be

carefully considered and understood. However, as many

said when discussing this, supporting Freddie was for us at

a community club simply the right thing to do and so it was

that work quickly commenced on what we anticipate will,

with the tremendous support we have received from former

professional footballers in our local area and in particular

from Queens Park Rangers FC and Reading FC, be a

memorable and successful event for our community to enjoy

and for Freddie’s Family to benefit from.

Today is very much about Freddie and the proceeds from the

game, collections, raffle, silent auction, sponsorship, food

etc will all be provided directly to his family to support them

in the challenging months ahead.

Colin Ive

Chairman, Yateley United FC

Yateley United FC the story

so far

It can be easy to forget that

Yateley United FC only came

into existence in 2013 when

we consider just how the

club has grown. It was just

three short years ago that

the club was formed by the

amalgamation of four local

football clubs Yateley FC,

Yateley Green FC, Yateley

Juniors and Beulieu Boys

and Girls FC. Since then the

club has purchased its own

ground at Sean Devereux

Park and become recognised

by Hampshire FA as

Hampshire’s second largest

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My personal thanks to all

the volunteers, players and

officials who have given freely

of their considerable personal

time and effort to make this

game possible.

In particular the fantastic

contribution from Mike

Jamfrey, Graeme Spice and

finally Tony Spencer for pulling

this programme together.


Winchfield Landscapes

Tom Lenthall

Stuart Finn


club, in terms of teams, with for the 2016/17 season the

club consisting of 28 youth teams, 6 adult teams, including,

now in their second season, a Ladies team. All of this run

entirely by volunteers.

The funds for the purchase of the ground were provided

entirely from the proceeds of the popular community music

festival Gig on the Green, Yateley, organised by a team of

volunteers originating from the club and now in its seventh

year of planning. For the future the club is developing plans

to significantly improve its facilities at Sean Devereux Park

including floodlights, more pitches and a clubhouse. With,

we anticipate, the opportunity for other sports to join us

with tailored facilities to suit their needs.

New facilities such as these will attract a significant cost

and the continued supply

of funding from the music

festival and other fund

raising events we are

involved with, together with

significant grants from

the Football Foundation,

Sport England and other

authorities, will be essential

if we are to achieve our

vision of creating a facility

for the sporting use of our

community, and in particular

its youth, not just today but

100 years from now!

In the event of heavy rain preventing the game from going ahead

at Sean Devereux Park we are grateful to

who have kindly reserved their 3G all-weather pitch as an

alternative for the game.

Any announcement regarding this will be made on social media

and local radio on the morning of the match.


Freddie &

his family

Two-year-old Freddie Hunt

has an inoperable brain

tumour. The only potential

life-saving treatment

available is proton therapy

in the US. Proton Therapy

is more targetted than

normal radio therapy, so

it can concentrate on the

tumour. The treatment

costs at least £100,000

and is not yet available in

this country.

When Freddie’s parents

launched the appeal

they were overwhelmed

by the response of the

community of Yateley.

Twelve-year-old Finley

Prendiville, a friend of

Freddie’s brother Harry,

shaved his head for

sponsor money. Soon,

Freddie’s plight touched

local hearts. The Brain

David and Abby

Hunt with Freddie

Tumour Charity, Farnborough offered practical and

emotional support. Eagle Radio were also involved and

launched “Freddie’s Friday” on 4 November and raised

the donations to over £100,000. The Hunts’ favourite

club, QPR, became involved, Freddie meeting the

players and manager. Then Yateley United came up

with the idea of staging this match, and QPR legends

responded by giving their services to this game.

are proud to support



Together for Freddie


Finley Prendiville shaved his

head for Freddie (below)

Yateley based printers are proud to print this special souvenir

matchday magazine for

Yateley United FC & Together for Freddie

Tel 07745 400841 email


Celebrity Coaches’ Comments

Andy Impey &

Mick Gooding

gather together a team of

Queens Park Rangers and

Reading legendary players,

along with a few of our other


Being the QPR Academy

coach, I was very aware of

young Freddie when he and

his family came to visit the

players and coaching staff at

the QPR training ground.

When fellow coach Mike

Gooding and me heard that

this charity match was being

staged in Freddie’s home

town Yateley, to raise funds

for Freddie and to sustain

his family in the US while

he undergoes treatment,

we jumped at the chance to

We are sure that coming

down to help raise whatever

we can, will make a real and

lasting difference to Freddie

and his family, and will also

give so much pleasure to

you local people who have

already done so much to

raise the initial money for his


I am grateful to all the

legendary players who have

generously given up their

Sunday to take part in this


There will be plenty of

opportunities to put your

hands in your pockets and

contribute to the appeal, so

please be as generous with

your money as you can. And

enjoy the game!

Andy Impey

QPR (won player of the season

for 3 years running, Leicester

City (League Cup winner),

England U21

Mick Gooding

Over 700 league appearances

for Reading and other teams

(reaching Premier League

play-offs with Reading), as well

as coaching at Reading and

Southend United

are proud to support

Yateley United FC & Together for Freddie


YUFC honorary coaches Richard & Ian

Firstly, a huge thank you to

everyone for coming today to

support this fantastic day. The

“Together for Freddie” campaign

has really taken hold of Yateley

like nothing before and it has

been brilliant how the whole

community has got behind

raising the funds to send Freddie

to have this treatment and are

continuing to contribute to

ensure his family is with him


It is a privilege to be in the

home dug-out against such

a distinguished line-up and I

would like to thank all of the

players and referee who have given up their time to support this

exciting one-off game. I have selected a team of Yateley United

players from various teams in the Club, all of whom have made a

donation to play. Unfortunately, our Ladies have an important Cup

tie, which is being played at the same time as this game, so none of

that team were available for selection.

It will be interesting to see how the game develops today and it will

be a pleasure to see so many footballers gracing the turf at Sean Dev


So, enjoy the game and once again, thank you for your support.

Richard Pascoe

Supplied 10 of Freddie’s team kits

Unit 5, Schooner Park, Crossways Business Park, Dartford, Kent DA2 6NW


TC wishes


a speedy

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Freddie’s team


Martin Kuhl

Birmingham City (111), Sheffield Utd (38),Watford (4),

Portsmouth (157), Derby County (68), (Notts County loan 2),

Bristol City (94), Happy Valley (Hong Kong), Farnborough

Town (19), Carshalton Athletic (18), Aldershot Town (11) and

now youth manager at Reading

Mikele Leigertwood

defensive midfielder, Wimbledon (56), (Leyton Orient loan

8), Crystal Palace (63), Sheffield (21), QPR (131), Reading

(loan 22, 75). International for Antigua & Barbuda (11)


Mark Fleming

left back, QPR (3), Brentford (35), Farnborough Town (23),

Woking (29), Aylesbury United (35), Staines Town


Brian Howard

Swindon Town (70), Barnsley (121), Sheffield Utd (15 loan,

15), Reading (59), (Millwall loan 12), Portsmouth (23), Bristol

City (6), CSKA Sofia (11), Birmingham City (5), Oxford Utd

(7), Eastleigh (18), Alresford Town (10). Appearanced for

England at U16, U17, U19 & U20


Martin Williams

midfielder, Luton Town (40), (Colchester Utd loan 3), Reading

(127), (Bangor loan 3), Swindon Town (19), (Peterboro Utd

loan 15), Stevenage Borough (47), Woking (10), St Neots Town,

Dunstable Town, Arlesey Town, Windsor & Eton, Hartley



Wayne Fereday

winger, QPR (196), Newcastle Utd (33), AFC Bournemouth

(23), West Bromwich Albion (48), Cardiff City (44). Played 5

games for England U21




Martin Rowlands

midfielder, Farnborough Town (39), Brentford (152), QPR

(198), (Millwall loan 1), (Wycombe Wanderers loan 10),

Colchester Utd (9), Leyton Orient (33), Aldershot Town (36).

Played International for Republic of Ireland U21 (8) and

Republic of Ireland (5)

Phil Brown


former Reading goalkeeper, regularly plays in charity

matches for Reading Legends. Currently 1st team coach with



Marcus Gayle

striker, Brentford (156), (KuPS loan 22), Wimbledon (236),

Rangers (4), Watford (102), Brentford (30), Aldershot Town

(24), AFC Wimbledon (29), International caps with England

U17 (1), Jamaica (18). Manager of Staines Town

Paul Holsgrove

Farnborough Town (39), Brentford (152), Aldershot (3),

Luton Town (2), Heracles Almelo (21), Millwall (11), Reading

(70), (Grimsby Town loan 10), Crewe Alexandra (8), Stoke

City (12), Brighton & Hove Albion (0), Hibernian (17),

(Airdrieonians loan 4), Darlington (3), Hayes (30), Slough

Town (32), Windsor & Eton


Kevin Gallen

striker, QPR (172), Huddersfield Town (38), Barnsley (9),

QPR (197, 369 total), (Plymouth Argyle loan 13), Milton

Keynes Dons (30), Luton Town (loan 9, 60), (Barnet loan 7),

Braintree Town (3), Leverstock Green (5), Aylesbury United

(4). Capped for England U18 (11) & U21 (4)


Steve Gallen

Youth career at QPR from 1990-1994, Doncaster Rovers.

Capped for Republic of Ireland U18 (2) & U21 (4). Caretaker

Manager QPR 2009 & Hong Kong Pegasus. He spent 19

years at QPR




Andy Sinton

Cambridge Utd (93), Brentford (149), QPR (161), Sheffield

Wednesday (62), Tottenham Hotspur, (83), Wolverhampton

Wanderers (71), Burton Albion (38), Bromsgrove Rovers (6),

Fleet Town (21), currently club ambassador QPR. Capped for

England B (3) and England (12). Managed Fleet Town 2005-

2010 and AFC Telford Utd


Lee Cook

winger, Aylesbury Utd (14), Watford (59), (York City loan 7),

QPR (loan 13, 119, loan 27), Fulham (0), (Charlton Athletic

loan 9 & 4), Leyton Orient (loan 9, 38), Apollon Smyrni (1),

Barnet (39), Eastleigh (38)


Simon Osborn

midfield, Crystal Palace (55), Reading (32), QPR (9), Wolves

(162), (Tranmere loan 9), Port Vale (7), Gillingham (46),

Walsall (113), Hereford Utd (1), Bromley (72), Croydon

Athletic (20), Cray Wanderers (22), Erith & Belvedere


Neville Roach

midfielder, Reading (18), Southend Utd (16), Kingstonian

(1), Eastern Pride (12), St Albans City (4), Frickley Athletic

(1), Oldham Athletic (1), Torquay Utd (12), Slough Town

(23), Basingstoke Town (125 & 16), Eastleigh (23) ... and

Farnborough (10)

Glenn Little

winger, Glentoran (75), Burnley (246), Reading (96+8),

Portsmouth (8), Sheffield Utd (16), Aldershot Town (14),

Wrexham (38), Wealdstone (28), Grays Athletic (17+25)

Fitz Hall

defender, striker, Chesham Utd (21), Oldham Athletic (41),

Southampton (11),Crystal Palace (75), Wigan Athletic (25),

QPR (85), (Newcastle Utd loan 7), Watford (26)


Lewis Mason

Eagle Radio

He presents the Drivetime

Show from 5pm to 9pm




Non-Playing Staff

Andy Impey

full back, winger, QPR (188), West Ham Utd (26), Leicester

City (152), Nottingham Forest (loan 16, 21), (Millwall loan 5),

Coventry City (16). Capped for England U21 (1). Currently an

Academy Coach at QPR

Mick Gooding

midfielder, Rotherham Utd (102 & 156), Chesterfield (12),

Peterborough Utd (47), Wolverhampton Wanderers (44),

Reading (314), Southend Utd (25). Managed Reading and

Southend Utd

Darren Barnard

left wing-back, midfielder, Wokingham Town (34), Chelsea

(29), (Reading loan 4), Bristol City (76), Barnsley (201),

Grimsby Town (63), Aldershot Town (102), Camberley Town

(100). Capped at England U18 (1) and Wales (24). Managed

Camberley Town, Academy manager at Aldershot Town

Ron Grant

Legendary Reading kit man

spent 17 years at the Madejski


George Friel

Reading (19), Woking,

director at Reading FC

Former Players’ Association

Ian Gillard

left full back, QPR (479), Aldershot (83), England caps (3),

Life President of the Forever Rs Club


Date 1st TEAM stats h/a comp result 1 2 3 4

13.8 AFC CUBO H SEI 3-5 Thomas Kuhl Taylor Howard

20.8 LALEHAM H SEI 0-3 Thomas Kuhl Taylor Legg

27.8 Westside a SEI 0-3 Harris S Kuhl Taylor Worstencroft

29.8 VIRGINIA WATER H SEI 0-0 Thomas Sawkins Taylor Baynes

3.9 BATTERSEA Ironsides H SEI 0-2 Harris S Kuhl Taylor Evans(c)

10.9 Ripley Village a SEI 0-1 Thomas Sawkins Taylor Sumbler

17.9 Reigate Priory a SEI 1-0 Thomas(c) Beech Sawkins Bennett

24.9 Godalming & F Ath a SEI 1-3 Thomas Harris B Taylor Vickery

1.10 Colden Common a HIC1 1-3

8.10 Battersea Ironsides a SEI 0-7 Thomas Sawkins Taylor Vickery

15.10 NPL H IDC1 1-2 Harris S Sawkins Taylor Pilgrim

22.10 GODALMING & F Ath H SEI 1-4 Thomas

29.10 AFC Spelthorne Sports a SEI 1-4 Thomas Borishade Taylor Pilgrim

5.11 AFC Cubo a SEI 1-4 Thomas Sawkins Worstencroft Prendiville

19.11 TOOTING BEC H SEI 1-3 Thomas Hughes Sawkins Rampling

26.11 Battersea Ironsides a SEI 0-11


Results Fixtures for December

12 November (2pm KO)

Battersea Ironsides 10-1

Reigate Priory

Merrow OFF Virginia Water

Yateley United OFF Ripley


19 November

Horsley 3-0 Merrow

Laleham 2-0 Ripley Village

Virginia Water 4-1 Godalming

& Farncombe Athletic

Westside 3-3 AFC Cubo

Yateley United 1-3 Tooting


3 December (2pm KO)

AFC Spelthorne Sports v

Virginia Water

Godalming & Farncombe

Athletic v Reigate Priory

Horsley v Laleham

Merrow v Battersea Ironsides

NPL v AFC Cubo (3pm KO)

Ripley Village v Tooting Bec

Yateley United v Westside

26 November

AFC Spelthorne v Merrow

Battersea Ironsides v Yateley


Godalming & Farncombe

Athletic v Westside

Laleham v Virginia Water

Reigate Priory v Horsley

Ripley Village v AFC Cubo

Tooting Bec v NPL (3pm KO)

26 November

AFC Spelthorne 4-0 Merrow

Battersea Ironsides 11-0

Yateley United

Godalming & Farncombe

Athletic 1-3 Westside

Laleham 1-2 Virginia Water

Reigate Priory 0-3 Horsley

Ripley Village 4-3 AFC Cubo

Tooting Bec 5-1 NPL


Yateley United 1-3 Tooting Bec. After an even opening

spell, the first meaningful shot came from the visitors,

which Thomas saved on 13 minutes. Yateley’s first

5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15

Vickery Evans(c) Munden Miller Harris B Connolly 3 Stevens Barton,Neeves,Holden

Baynes Evans(c) Holden Handcock Ayres Connolly Harris B Stevens,Munden ,—

Legg Howard Stevens Price Connolly Munden Ayres Siddall,Holden,Baynes

Evans(c) Bennett Holden Handcock Ayres Kuhl Munden Siddall,Stevens —

Bennett Price Holden Howard Worstencroft Legg Munden Baynes,Ward —

Worstencroft Beech De Sousa Holden Munden Legg Siddall Wallace — —

Worstencroft Siddall 1 Delf Holden Munden White Neaves Vickery,Purkiss,Ayres

Worstencroft Siddall Delf Legg Munden Holden White 1 Beech,Wallace,—

Worstencroft Holden Dickinson Miller Munden Legg Delf Beech Pilgrim,—

Sumbler Borishade Munden Legg Miller Delf White 1 Beech,Vickery,Dickenson,Portanier

Evans(c) Munden Legg 1 Beech

Sawkins Munden Beech 1 Miller Worstencroft Holden Delf White,— ,—

Legg Miller Delf Munden Handcock White 1 Wallace Dickinson,Portanier,O’Brien

Pilgrim Legg Munden Giles O’Brien Dickinson 1 White Delf,—,—

effort shot across goal after good work on the right

wing. A repeat of the move on 19 minutes, a cross

from the right chipped over the keeper by 7 for 1-0.


Play was suspended for 30

minutes while paramedic

and ambulance took his

away. Tooting dominated

play after the restart and

on about 80 mins, at 1710,

made it 1-3 in the dark.

The euphoria of the

lead didn’t last long, two

minutes later a breakaway

by the Tooting forwards

made it 1-1. On 29 mins a

bit of poor defending and

the score was 1-2, the final

shot in off the post. Nine

minutes into the second

half, the Tooting centre

half crashed head-first into

one of the fence uprights.


Surrey Elite Intermediate League Division 1

2016/2017 P W D L F A GD Pts

Westside* 14 9 3 2 30 18 12 32

Tooting Bec* 15 9 3 3 45 21 24 30

Virginia Water 13 9 2 2 33 10 23 29

Horsley 13 8 3 2 36 16 20 27

Godalming & F 13 7 3 3 32 22 10 24

AFC Spelthorne 14 6 5 3 26 16 10 23

Ripley Village 14 7 1 6 23 17 6 22

Battersea Iron* 14 7 2 5 45 26 19 19

NPL 12 5 3 4 27 26 1 18

AFC Cubo 15 5 2 8 36 43 –7 17

Laleham 14 4 2 8 20 21 –1 14

Merrow 13 2 4 7 15 26 –11 10

Yateley United* 14 1 1 12 9 50 –41 7

Reigate Priory 14 0 0 14 12 76 –64 0

*Yateley United +3, Battersea Ironsides –4, Westside +2 Tooting Bec +3

Yateley United FC

Executive Committee

Colin Ive, Chairman

Alan Baynes, Secretary

John Pennington, Treasurer

Mike Gray, Richard Pascoe, David

Gershkoff, Martin Drury, David

Murr, Committee members

Adult Committee

Richard Pascoe, Chairman

Alan Baynes, Adult Secretary

Hayley Prendiville, Registrations

Sharon Keane, Fixture Secretary

Ben Worstencroft, Social Secretary

Lou Allen, Committee member

Youth Committee

Martin Drury, Chairman and

Charter Std

David Gershkoff, Youth Secretary

Mhairi Hutchison, Youth


Tim Daniels, Fixture Secretary/


Jenny Wallbank, Membership


Andrew Pemberton, Club Shop &


Adult teams

First Team Kevin Holden 07767


Reserves Pete Prendiville Jnr

07777 608734

A Team Dan Humphreys 07710


B Team Pete Prendiville Snr

Ladies Vikkie Moffet vmoffett@

Old Boys Des Ryan 07899


Youth 11x11

U18 Sat Vernon Pratt 07973


I17 Pumas Phil Domoney 07817


U17 Sun Martin Drury 07885


U17 Sun Panthers Martin Drury

07885 469232

U16 Saturday Nigel Bull 07764


U16 Panthers Graeme Spice

07540 139008

U15 Saturday John Elliott 07768


U15 Hornets Dan Humphreys

07710 519976

U14 Kingfishers Mike Jamfrey

07870 620566

U14 Dragons Dan Ryan 07818


U13 Leopards Rob Collins 07876


U13 Lions Gary Madge

07772 675350

Youth 9x9

U12 Lions Richard Brown

07836 234102

U12 Jaguars Ian Walker

07956 511902

U12 Pumas Steve Pearce


U12 Tigers Stuart Woods 07736


U12 Lions Richard Brown 07836


U11 Yateley Boys Lisa Dargan

07887 717042

U11 Royals Michael Walter

07796 930908

Youth 7x7

U10 Raptors Scott Ellis 07725


U10 Warriors Chris Conquest

07768 776619

U9 Jaguars Will Smither 07889


U9 Pirates Tony Bonte 07971


Youth 5x5

U8 Rockets Nigel Barrow 07527


U8 Tigers David Robson 07899


U7 Bears Steve Lawrence 07876


U7 Eagles Steve Geen 07584


Mini Soccer

Mini Soccer Clive Jones 07984


are proud to support

Yateley United FC &

Together for Freddie





The Reserves’ team

play their matches on

Saturday afternoons

in the Surrey County

Intermediate (Western)

Reserves Premier Divison

and is managed by Pete

Prendiville Jnr and

assisted by Elliot Lines

and Paul Hudson.

Surrey County Intermediate (Western)

Reserves Premier Division

2016/2017 P W D L F A GD Pts

Woking & Horsell 7 7 0 0 26 2 24 21

Hambledon Res 10 6 1 3 26 12 14 19

Yateley Utd Res 9 7 0 2 28 12 16 18*

Knaphill Ath Res 7 5 0 2 25 10 15 15

U of Surrey Res 8 3 1 4 22 21 1 10

Windlesham & L 7 3 1 4 25 29 –4 10

Godalming & FA 7 3 0 4 21 31 –10 9

Chiddingfold R 8 1 0 7 4 26 –22 3

Milford & Witley 6 1 0 5 11 30 –19 3

Shottermill & H 6 0 1 5 7 22 –15 1

*3 points deducted

Farnham Veterans Division 3

2016/2017 P W D L F A GD Pts

Wokingham Dyn’os 5 5 0 0 28 5 23 15

MFC Popley 5 4 0 1 31 9 22 12

Ropley Veterans 6 3 0 3 20 27 –7 9

Yateley U OldBoys 4 2 2 0 17 9 8 8

Prince of Wales 5 2 2 1 14 12 2 8

Chobham B’mead 6 1 2 3 11 21 –10 5

Morley Road Vets 5 1 0 4 5 24 –19 3

Holybourne Vets 6 0 0 6 3 22 –19 0




The Veterans’ team is

managed by Des Ryan

and play in the Farnham

Veterans League on

Sunday mornings.

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Yateley United ‘A’ team

The A team are managed by Dan Humphreys and Jez


Aldershot & District League Division 1

2016/2017 P W D L F A GD Pts

Hale Rovers 7 7 0 0 30 7 23 21

Yateley United A 8 5 1 2 24 22 2 16

Spartans 7 4 0 3 31 12 19 12

Traco Athletic 8 4 0 4 15 14 1 12

Mytchett Athletic 7 4 0 3 20 23 –3 12

Fleet Spurs A 6 2 0 34 12 16 –4 6

AFC Laffans 9 2 0 7 12 30 –18 6

Hindhead Athletic 4 1 1 2 8 10 –2 4

Sandhurst Sports 6 1 0 5 8 26 –18 3

are proud to support


Together for Freddie



United ‘B’


The B team are managed

by Pete Prendiville Snr

and Simon Green and

play in Division 2 of

the Aldershot & District


Aldershot & District League Division 2

2016/2017 P W D L F A GD Pts

Normandy 8 8 0 0 43 14 39 24

Yateley United B 9 5 1 3 35 28 7 16

Fleet Spurs Vet 8 3 2 3 30 22 8 11

Letef Select 6 2 1 3 14 22 –8 7

Wey Valley Res 9 2 1 6 23 43 –20 7

AFC Laffans Res 8 1 1 6 17 43 –26 4

are proud to support


United FC

& Together

for Freddie


Returning for

its seventh

year, Yateley’s

premier music

festival Gig on

the Green will

take place on 24-

25 June 2017.

Both days will be

jam-packed with

music, dancing

and fun so bring

your picnics, your

friends and your

dancing shoes for

this highlight of

the community


Tickets on sale from 1 December at


Yateley United Ladies

The Yateley United Ladies’

team were formed by

Vikkie Moffett before last

season and coached by

Martin Elcox.

They joined the Thames

Valley League where they

had an excellent start,

finishing in the top half

of the table. They have

progressed further this

year and challenging for

silverware and involved in

the promotion race.

Thames Valley Counties Women’s FL

Division 2 South

2016/2017 P W D L F A GD Pts

Holyport Ladies 10 8 0 2 64 16 48 24

Yateley U Ladies 9 8 0 1 37 10 27 24

Sandhurst Town 10 6 1 3 46 21 25 19

Wargrave L Res 8 5 1 2 26 14 12 16

Flackwell Heath L 9 6 0 3 42 22 20 18

Barton Rovers 8 3 3 2 17 24 –7 12

Taplow United 5 2 0 3 17 13 4 6

Bracknell Tn R 10 1 1 8 16 46 –30 4

Harefield Ladies 9 1 0 8 12 32 –20 4

Thatcham T L 8 0 0 8 1 80 –79 0



Youth football

A youth game played at Sean Devereux Park, U16 Panthers 2-1 Guildford Saints

that meets the needs of

the children playing – with

smaller pitches and goals.

This is also an introduction

for a newly-appointed coach

who will be on an equally

challenging learning curve.

With some 320 players and a team of over 80 volunteers

supporting them, the Youth Section of our club has

established itself as a well-organised team, providing

footballing opportunities to the younger members of our


We start with our Mini Soccer section, where we introduce

boys and girls to the beautiful game. These sessions are

focussed on fun while still giving the kids some basic

coaching to get them ready to move up to form their very

first squad in the Under 7 (U7) age group.

Our U7 and U8 teams play 5v5 which provides a great

introduction to the game of football at a size and scale

As players progress they

move up to 7v7 for the U9

and U10 seasons. This

involves moving to a larger

pitch but is still officially

non-competitive. Within this

age group we continue to

work on developing a range


of skills with our players, helping them to establish their

preferred or best position in the team.

The next step in the football development is to 9v9 for our

U11 and U12 teams. In this format of the game we introduce

the offside rule, which is as much of a challenge to our

volunteer linesmen as it is to the players! Again, at this

format, the pitch and goal increases in size to reflect the

growth in size and power of the players.

The final stage in the Youth section is the move up to 11v11

football. We are fortunate at Yateley United that we have a

smaller pitch that allows this progression to be a slightly

phased transition, although the players get to use a full-size

goal from U13 on. In this format, we are governed by all of

the Rules of Association Football, with no changes from

those used in the adult game.

Due to our location near the county borders, although we

are affiliated to the Hampshire FA, we enter teams into

leagues from Hampshire, Surrey, and Berkshire. This allows

us to provide football opportunities across the age groups on

both Saturdays and Sundays, which helps avoid the fixture

congestions that could occur.

In addition to the football targeted at league football, we also

offer training opportunities for players that only want to

train. This can be especially beneficial to those players who

Meet the Officials

Football League 2000, Referee in

2004, Premier League 2007-10

and Football League since 2010.

He is Referees’ Development

Manager for Hampshire FA.

Keith Stroud, who volunteered

to referee, have been appointed

FA Cup Ref for a match in

Cambridge today. He sends

his apologies to the family

and will be keeping an eye on

developments and everytign

crossed for Freddie. A Referee

since 1988, he progressed

through the Wessex League, to

become Assistant Referee in the

At time of going to press,

Hampshire FA had yet to inform

us the name of a replacment

Referee. We will announce him/

her at the game.


are introduced to the game

late or just want to improve

their skills in a structured but

fun environment.

We work hard to maintain

the current standards

within the club, and this is

recognised by the annual

renewal of the FA Charter

Standard we receive. We are

also looking forward at how

we can develop the section to

provide further opportunities

to our players and increase

participation in the game.

The Yateley United Legacy to

the future

In excess of 320 players,

Over 80 volunteers,

27 squads,

But one club,

We are United.

Martin Drury

Youth Chairman

Yateley United FC

Assistants Cameron Hill and

Harry Jamfrey are local lads who

are just starting out their referee


Both Cameron and Harry are

U16 Yateley United players, and

hold level 8 referee status, They

can regularly be found refereeing

youth matches at Sean Devereux

Park and locally in both the East

Berkshire, North East Hants and

Surrey Primary Leagues.




United XI

green & white stripes

Yateley United players TBA

Shaun Thomas

James Hughes

Harry Stephenson

Scott Thomas

Roy Prendiville (c)

Ben Worstencroft

Jake Osborne

Sam Munden

Dan Humphreys

Tom White

Sean Gardiner

Lee Spencer

Stuart Harris

Jack Prendiville

Ryan Beale

Darren Ballard

Peter Prendiville

Paul Hudson

Stuart Ive

Mike Jamfrey

Elliot Lines

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Celebrity XI


Martin Kuhl

Mikele Leigertwood

Mark Fleming

Brian Howard

Martin Williams

Wayne Fereday

Martin Rowlands

Phil Brown

Marcus Gayle

Paul Holsgrove

Kevin Gallen

Steve Gallen

Andy Sinton

Lee Cook

Simon Osborn

Neville Roach

Glenn Little

Fitz Hall

Lewis Mason

YUXI Coach Richard Pascoe

YUXI Coach Ian Gillard (ex-QPR)

Referee TBA Celebrity Coach Mick Gooding

Celebrity Coach Andy Impey

Assistant Referees Cameron Hill and Harry Jamfrey


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