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Ryman League

Division One

South


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),

Colin Page (Ast Treasurer),

Danny Appleton (Turnstile Manager)

Board Room Hospitality: Sandra Pitts & Carol

Cooper,

Lottery Secretary: Hilary Joines.

Club Historian: Dudley Hird.

Programme Sales: Sian Goatham.

Turnstile Operator: Faye Goatham

Club Welfare Officer: Lee Tappenden

Match Reporter: Tony Rickson

Groundsman: Roger Pudner

Club Photographer: Ken Medwyn

Club Shop: Clive Phillips

Playing Management

Manager: Nick Davis

Assist Manager: Tony Cornwell

Coaches: Warren Chambers, Jono Richardson.

Team Assistant: Harry Chambers

Physio: Tom Martin

Under 21 Managers: John Embury and Jermaine

Darlington.

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

Manager: Nick Davis

Assistant: Tony Cornwell

Coaches: Jono Richardson,

Physio: Tom Martin

Coach / Kit Manager: Warren Chambers

Match day Assistant : Harry Chambers

Ryman League Div 1 South

SATURDAY 31ST DECEMBER 2016

SITTINGBOURNE V HASTINGS UTD

Manager: Darren Hare

Assistant Manager: Steve Watt

Coach: Lennie Pidgely

Goalkeeping Coach: Steve Smithers

Physio: Dane Martin

MATCH OFFICIALS

Referee: Mr Isaac Searle, Assistants: Mr Joshua Howard, Mr Jordan Whitworth

Red & Black Stripes Shirts,

Black Shorts, Black Socks

PLAYED

SUBSTITUTE

GOALS

PLAYED

SUBSTITUTE

GOALS

All White

1, Simon OVERLAND

1. Lenny PIDGELEY

2. Tom BRUNT

2. Richard DAVIES

3. Tom CARLSE

3. Mitchell DICKINSON

4. Tom CARR

4. Sam CRUTWELL

5. Jono RICHARDSON (C)

5. Ollie ROWE (C)

6. Joe LOFT

6. Stephen BUTCHER

7. Connor WILKINS

7. Matt BODKIN

8. Stefan WRIGHT

8. Simon JOHNSON

9. Anthony O’CONNOR

9. Jack HARRIS

10. Remell DAVIS

10. Frannie COLLINS

11. Hicham AKHAZZAN

11. Harry STANNARD

12. Josh WISSON

14. Bradley SCHAFER

15. Jake EMBERY

16. Nick DAVIS

12. Kiernan HUGHES_MASON

14. Bradley PRITCHARD

15. Sonny DULLAWAY

16. Ryan NICHOLLS


TEAM CHECK

Manager: Nick Davis

Assistant: Tony Cornwell

Coaches: Jono Richardson,

Physio: Tom Martin

Coach / Kit Manager: Warren Chambers

Match day Assistant : Harry Chambers

Ryman League Div 1 South

MONDAY 2nd JANUARY 2017

SITTINGBOURNE V GREENWICH BOROUGH

Manager: Gary Alexander

Assistant Manager: John Mackie

Coach: Craig Holloway, Peter Burke

MATCH OFFICIALS

Referee: Mr Peter Cruise. Assistants: Mr Wally James, Mr David Lunani

Red & Black Stripes Shirts,

Black Shorts, Black Socks

PLAYED

SUBSTITUTE

GOALS

PLAYED

SUBSTITUTE

GOALS

All Blue

1, Simon OVERLAND

1. Craig HOLLOWAY

2. Sam WELCH

2. Nathan PAUL

3. Tom CARLSE

3. Liam HICKEY

4. Danny RUMBOL

4. Charlie McDONALD

5. Jono RICHARDSON (C)

5 Rob DENNESS

6. Joe LOFT

6. Mo EISA

7. Stefan WRIGHT

7. Danny YOUNG

8. Conrad LEE

8. Bradley PRITCHARD

9. Anthony O’CONNOR

9. Glenn WILSON

10. Ricky GUNDRY

10. Lewis

11. Jordan GALLACHER

11. Billy DUNN

12. Tom BRUNT

14. Connor WILKINS

15. Jake EMBERY

16. Josh WISSON

17. Nick DAVIS

12. Jake BRITNELL

13. Luke MILLER

14. Liam MACDEVITT

15. Makhosini RYAN-KHANYE

16. Peter SWEENEY


John’s Jottings

Good afternoon everyone. Welcome to Woodstock Park.

I hope you all had a good Christmas and Santa got you everything you wanted!

Because of the Christmas break this programme covers our matches on Saturday 31st

December and Monday 2nd January. Welcome to the Players, Officials and Supporters of

both clubs and the match officials for both games.

Our last match was at Faversham Town on Boxing Day. Because of printing deadlines

this programme had to be printed before the result of this game was known so included in

the programme is an insert with the up to date league tables.

Our visitors on New Years Eve are Hastings United who, because of various cup matches,

have a bit of catching up to do as far as league matches are concerned. Our match at

The Pilot Field was an excellent advert for football at our level. It was also one of our best

performances of the season resulting in us sharing the points. We will certainly have to

play at least as well to get something out of this game. The manager of Hastings is our ex

player, Darren Hare, who played for us in our Southern League days in the 2005-2006

season.

On Bank Holiday Monday Greenwich Borough make the short journey to Woodstock

Park. Greenwich Borough have the financial backing that we can only dream about. Despite

this we came back from our first encounter with them with all three points after what

was another excellent performance. Scoring three goals in the first twelve minutes.

For these holiday matches we certainly have to improve on the performances that we

have seen from The Brickies in the last two matches. It’s true to say though that Dorking

Wanderers did play very well and fully justified their top of the table position, however,

Chipstead were not in the same class and our performance in that match was very disappointing.

They are a very physical side and we seemed to struggle with that.

The supporters club are selling raffle tickets today for their Christmas raffle. Please support

them as funds raise support the main club. Thanks to all supporters for regularly buying

this programme and purchasing “Golden Goal” tickets from Danny. All of this helps to

keep the club going. One of our biggest fund raisers is the Brickies lottery which I keep

plugging! An outlay of £1.00 a week gives you three chances a week of winning £40.00.

Once a month there is an additional draw for a £100 prize. At Christmas there is a £500

prize that this year was won by a lady, Joan Challoner, who has been a lottery supporter

of ours for many years. Thanks to The Vicar of Tunstall, Revd Alan Pinnegar for drawing

out the winner this year.

Our next match is on Saturday 7th January when we have another difficult game. This

time against Carshalton Athletic on their artificial pitch. We are at home again on Saturday

14th January when Guernsey are our visitors.

A Happy New year to everyone!

John


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From the Programme Editor

First of all on the eve of the new year can I wish you all a very happy and prosperous new year, and a

great big thank you for buying this programme! And especially for your wonderful support throughout

2016.

I cant believe its 2016, it doesn’t seem too long a go when I

was wearing my 2000 silly hat - where did those 16 years

go? (The hats in the loft!)

In some ways it’s amazing that the club has managed to retain

its place at step 4 given the financial restraints that we

have. That is a tribute to a number of ex managers but of

course also to Nick Davis and Tony Cornwell who have assembled

a talented and willing squad. Its also a tribute to the

committee!! Also of course of late we must pay tribute to the

development squads managers John Embery and Jermaine

Darlington who have produced such wonderful talent some of

whom have graced the first team squad.

On the finance side (sorry to mention it again) we have a constant

battle as none of us are rich and so the club has to pay

its way, but as you are probably aware that is not possible

with just the gate money alone so there is also a big new year

thank you for all those who attend the games and those of

you who are members of our lottery which is often our lifeline.

One new year hope for me would be that the supporters club

could help us with some finance, that would make a tremendous

difference to the players that Nick could attract, and help

retain those we have.

There may well be an announcement in the new year on what

direction the club is taking as far as ownership, so watch this

space. The Ryman league is requesting

all clubs to rethink their ownership model

to safeguard those running the club.

John in his notes mentioned that Hastings

manager Darren Hare played for us

in season 2005/6 and the pic is of Darren

during our home game on 26th August

2005 against Rothwell Town taken by

John as our usual photographer then,

Chris Regan, was on holiday. Also in

Hastings Utd history they have one of

our ex managers in Steve Lovell.

Talking of ex Brickies the latest Non League Paper article features popular local player Andy Drury,

who has just joined Ebbsfleet Utd so have a look at that

Once again then a very happy and prosperous new year to all Brickies!

Peter


Hastings Utd History

Hastings United Football Club was founded in

1894and, until the 1985/86 season, were playing in

the

Sussex County League. The club has previously

played under the banner of Hastings & St.Leonards

and, until the 2003/04 season, played under the

name of Hastings Town.

The club joined the Sussex County League in 1921

and in their first season finished runners-up to

Worthing.

The club joined the Sussex County League again

in1952 finishing second in Division Two in the

1959/60

season. After changing the name to Hastings Town,

and in the 1979/80 season, clinched the Division

Two

Championship and won the divisional cup. The following

season, the club won the County League

Cup. The 1984/85 season was to be the last as a

member of the Sussex County League. Following

the decision of the then Hastings United to cease

trading, Town applied for membership of the Southern

League and were elected to the Southern Division.

At the same time, the club negotiated a long

term lease with Hastings Borough Council for the

Pilot Field Stadium.

The 1984/85 season had seen Hastings United

struggling against relegation from the Premier Division

and it was a combination of the last day of the

season results—United beating Welling United 2-1

and Crawley Town doing the U's a big favour by

beating Witney Town - that saw that Premier Division

spot retained by the narrowest margin. Having

done the business on the pitch, it was to be off-field

matters that caused the demise of Hastings United

in June 1985, when financial problems became insurmountable

and the club ceased trading.

Following the demise of United, Town applied to

join the Southern League. Peter Sillett was to return

to The Pilot Field, where he had enjoyed great success

as manager.

Everything fell into place in the 1991/2 season and

they headed the Beazer Homes League Southern

Division table for virtually the whole campaign, leaving

Weymouth, Havant Town and Sittingbourne to

fight over the runners-up spot.

Peter Sillett was dismissed in December 1991, with

the side at the wrong end of the table. Dean White

was appointed as manager and successfully

steered Town to safety.

Town were to play Premier Division football for the

next six years.

Lottery winner Mark Gardiner became involved with

the club at the start of the 1997/98 season, but success

on the pitch was frustratingly hard to attain and

managers came and went.

By the end of 1999, Town were in turmoil, having

resigned from the Southern League, with the budget

slashed, and players leaving, Town were placed

into administration and the Southern League refused

to accept an attempt to withdraw the resignation.

An appeal to retain Town's Premier Division

status was

unsuccessful But a final effort by a local consortium

was to be successful at the very last moment and

Hastings Town Football Club was saved.

Town kicked off the 1999/2000 season in the Eastern

Division. George Wakeling was appointed as

manager early in the 2000/01 season, following

Dean White's move into the Nationwide League

with Brighton & Hove Albion. Promotion was gained

to the Dr Martens League Premier Division football,

and the club enjoyed a maiden trip to the first round

of the FA Cup, following a stunning 5-0 replay victory

at Conference side Kettering Town in the final

qualifying round. A 1-0 defeat at Stevenage Borough,

also from the Conference, ended United's

interest in the competition, however the club was

relegated to the Eastern Division.

Chairman Mick Maplesden and George Wakeling

resigned at the end of the 2002/3 season Steve

Lovell taking over as manager, and relegation was

avoided.

The club switched to the Ryman League Division

One

for the start of the 2004/05 campaign. After a good

start there was a dip in league form followed leading

to Steve Lovell leaving. Neville Southall was appointed

and the club finished in eleventh place.

The 2005/06 saw Southall and the entire management

team leave. Player Nigel Kane taking over after

sharing the manager role.

The U's began the 2013/14 season as title favourites,

John Maggs was appointed manager at the

end of August 13 but Maggs was sacked in January

and Terry White took over for his second spell as

manager. Two other managerial changes were

made when results continued to disappoint. .

Towards the end of the 2014/15 season the club

changed hands when a new board of Directors was

appointed . Gary Wilson was appointed as manager

with Danny Bloor joining as assistant manager, and

a new squad was assembled during the summer

months.

Seven years on, Nigel Kane returned to the hotseat

and embarked on a rebuilding exercise, but division

1 status was only just saved. Long time supporters

Dave Ormerod took over as Chairman and with a

strong board around him things are now looking up.

On the pitch Darren Hare is now the manager.


Greenwich Borough History

Greenwich Borough FC was formed as Woolwich

Borough Council Athletic Club in 1928 and

played most of their home games at Danson

Park, Welling. The club joined the Woolwich

and District League and were champions at the

first attempt. They also reached the final of the

Woolwich and District League Cup but lost 0–3

to Fibrent Athletic at Bexleyheath Town's

ground. Owing to their success, "Borough" was

awarded Senior status and joined the Kent Amateur

League Division 1, where they failed to

build upon a bright start over a number of

years. The club moved a ground at Harrow

Meadow, Eltham (now built over for housing) in

1933 and briefly disbanded during World War

II.

In 1948 they relinquished their Senior status to

join the South London Alliance League Division

2. In 1955, Woolwich Borough Council won the

South London Alliance League Division 2 title

and also came runners-up in the Elizabeth

Jacques Cup. The following season they won

the Division 1 title and were promoted to the

South London Alliance Premier Division. The

club then enjoyed their most successful period

ever when they won the Premier Division title

for six years running from 1961 to 1966 inclusive.

During this time the club was twice winners

(1965, 1966) and once runners-up (1964)

of the Queen Mary Cup.

In 1965 the club changed their name to London

Borough of Greenwich FC following a change

of London Borough boundaries. The change of

name was inauspicious and the club endured a

trophy less drought until winning their seventh

South London Alliance Premier Division title in

1974.

In 1976, the club transferred to the London

Spartan League and managed to finish runners

-up in the Queen Mary Cup. The club regained

its Senior status the following year. In 1978,

Borough celebrated its 50th anniversary by inaugurating

their floodlights at Harrow Meadow

with a game against Charlton Athletic in front of

over 2,000 spectators. The club continued to

enjoy periodic success in the 1980s, including

winning the London Spartan League Senior Division

title in 1980 and the London Spartan

League Senior Cup in 1983.

For the 1984–85 season, the club changed to

its current name of ""Greenwich Borough FC""

upon joining the Kent Football League. The

club finished sixth in the league but also managed

to win both the Kent League Cup and the

Kent Senior Trophy. In this season, a promising

Sunday League player called Ian Wright made

his non-league debut for the club, later going

on to play for Crystal Palace, Arsenal, West

Ham United and the England National Team.

In 1987, Greenwich Borough won both the Kent

League and the Kent League Cup double, scoring

113 goals along the way. In 1988, Borough

again won the League and hoped to progress

to the Southern Football League by way of significant

planned improvements to their Harrow

Meadow ground which were eventually blocked

by Greenwich Council.

In the 1989–90 season Greenwich Borough

reached the 4th round of the FA Vase before

losing 4–5 in a replay against Harefield United.

The club re-entered the FA Cup in 1993 and

managed to progress to the 3rd Qualifying

Round before being soundly beaten 0–4 at

home to Molesey.

The 1997–98 season saw a restructuring of the

Kent League (known since 2013 as the Southern

Counties East Football League) and Greenwich

Borough being placed in the newly formed

Premier Division. The Borough finished in 5th –

their highest position for 9 years – and also

won both the Kent League Cup and the Kent

Senior Trophy.

In 2001, Borough finished as runners-up in the

Kent League Cup, losing to Ramsgate in the

final.

In the 2007–08 season the Borough set a new

club record in the FA Vase by beating Horley

Town, Thamesmead Town, Chichester City

United, Wembley and Harefield United to reach

the 5th round, before finally bowing out to Hungerford

Town 1–2 in a tightly contested replay.

The club also achieved a 3rd-place finish in the

league.

In the 2013–14 season, the club reached the

fourth qualifying round of the FA Cup before

being knocked out to Worcester City of the

Conference North division.

Promotion was gained to the Ryman league

division 1 South at the end of season 2015/16.

In 2016, the club announced a new long-term

return to Eltham through a ground sharing arrangement

with Cray Valley (PM) for the Badgers

Sports Ground on Middle Park Avenue.


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On This Day

15 Years ago— Saturday 29th December 2001, Dorchester 0 Sittingbourne 1, Att: 430

This was an amazing result when you take into account that Dorchester were the only team in the

Dr Marten Eastern campaign that season to be unbeaten at home, in fact they had only dropped

one point. That's not all, they had gone 8 league games without defeat, they hold the current record

for going the longest in this seasons Dr Marten Eastern campaign without defeat (14 games),

and they have the most clean sheets in the league (10). So few would bet that Sittingbourne

would come away with not only a victory but a clean sheet. Reporter, Peter Pitts, gave Man Of

The match to goalkeeper Gavin Hopper but there were great performances from a number of

players notably Andrew Drury (now back at Ebbsfleet after an illustrious few seasons ) and Jamie

Coyle ( now Maidstone United). Drury , who is featured in the Non League Newspaper article

elsewhere in the programme, scored the only goal.

Team: Gavin Hopper, Michael Everitt, Tom Berry, Clint Gooding, Jamie Coyle, James Campbell,

Sammy Okafor, Andrew Drury, Tyrone King, Bradley Spice, Perry Spackman, Subs Corrie Griffin

(Played), Ryan Davis, Cliff Cunnigham

10 Years ago—Tuesday 26th December 2006, Dover Ath 2 Sittingbourne 0, Att: 852

Sittingbourne’s second Christmas game that season ended in defeat by 2-0 to Dover Athletic

meaning that they had failed to win in December and dropped to seventh in the league. However

if this position in the table was offered at the beginning of the season I think that most Sittingbourne

fans would have accepted it and they were still only one point off a play off place and

with games in hand over some of the clubs above them. The game started a little tetchy and on

the quarter hour referee, Mr Meilack (who remembers Frank Meilack? A referee from Sussex

who always refereed flamboyantly and with good humour) talked to both captains in an attempt to

quiet things down, to this point neither side had seriously troubled the opposing goalkeeper. Generally

though it was Dover who were in charge and yet again it was goal keeper, Steve Williams.

Who was Man Of The Match. Dover’s first goal was the result of a harsh penalty award. Ex Brickie,

Bradley Spice converting it.

Team: Steve Williams, Toby Ashmore, Joe Dowley, Paul Ainsworth, Steve Searle, James Campbell,

Lee Browning, Clint Gooding, Mark Lovell, Lee Hockey, Mitchell Sherwood, sub: Jon Neal,

Tristan Knowles, Hicham Akhazzan (all played), Ricky Spiller, Josh Willis

5 Years ago—Saturday 31st December 2011, Ramsgate 3 Sittingbourne 2, Att: 217

Five years ago Sittingbourne succumbed to a rare (recent history) defeat at the hands of Ramsgate.There

was almost a sensational start for Sittingbourne as with barely 2 minutes on the clock

Dan Palfreys cross swung goal-wards but Luke Wheatley headed the ball off the line. A minute

later though slack marking from the Brickies allowed Ian Pullman to strike a great shot past Matt

Reed. From then on the Brickies defence looked shaky and a 2nd Rams goal was added. In time

added on before the break, Ramsgate struck again. There looked no way back for Sittingbourne

but Joe Goldsmith did get a goal , ending a goal drought that had lasted for 429 minutes. Joe

Nwoko pulled one back but that was the best the Brickies could do.

Team: Matt Reed, Ryan Cooper, Dan Palfrey, Anthony Hogg, Jonathan Hogg, Cedric Abraham,

Ryan Palmer (Josh West), Luke Girt (Luke Coleman), Joe Nwoko, Joe Goldsmith (Bryan Glover),

Hitcham Akhazzan. Subs not used, Ryan Golding, Jaie Nuttall


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AT all levels of football, we see heroes returning to a team, years after leaving.

These players are often lauded, and fans rejoice when they see the announcement that J.

Bloggs has come back to where he has made his name.

Whether it’s Jose Mourinho returning to manage Chelsea, six years after first leaving Stamford

Bridge, or even Paul Scholes coming out of retirement to come back to Manchester United.

Returning to a former club doesn’t seem to be all too common in the higher echelons of football

but it’s seen a lot more in our beloved Non-League.

Whether it’s players leaving to move into the Football League and returning on loan following the

move not quite working, or wanting to return home.

That second reason is why midfielder Andy Drury has returned to Ebbsfleet United, a decade after

leaving Stonebridge Road.

Drury has a young family in Kent, but was starring at National League Eastleigh. That meant a

six-hour round trip every day.

Drury explained: “I needed to get back to my family, we live in Kent, and I was stuck in the car for

six hours a day. For family reasons I needed to get back and play for a club closer to home. This

is only 40 minute drive from home so it’s ideal.

“I felt like I was having a good season but the team as a whole weren’t progressing like I thought

we would. With the budget they’ve got, they should really be right up the top but for one reason

or another, things weren’t working.”

Drury has dropped down a league to return home, but perhaps it shows why managers and clubs

should never cut ties with a player completely.

As Jimmy Greaves famously said, “football is a funny old game” and you never know when you

might require the services of a player again.

For the likes of Drury, it’s been all change in the Garden of England, but that doesn’t mean it

hasn’t felt like a homecoming.

He added: “I went and met Macca (Ebbsfleet manager Daryl McMahon) and had a chat there

and it was all sorted. I played with Macca at Stevenage for a while and I’ve come across a lot of

the players over the years so it’s easy to settle in.

“It’s a little bit like I’m returning home. There is a lot going on off the pitch and the owner is really

going for it.”

And with the Fleet chasing Maidenhead in the National League South, Drury’s signing could

prove pivotal.

Perhaps this will be a lesson. Folk heroes of a club don’t just vanish. Those doors should always

remain open, because one day, they might be just what the club and the fans need. Joshua Peck

Programme editors notes: Andy Drury was voted Young player of the year and web site

player of the year in May 2003! Andy left us that same year for Gravesend and Northfleet (now

of course Ebbsfleet Utd.) A couple of old pics of Andy from around that time are below.


Match Reports by Tony Rickson

6th December 2016

Ryman League Div 1 South

Sittingbourne 3 Walton Casuals 2 Att 94

3 Sittingbourne 0

Att 132

A tremendous second half performance sent Sittingbourne

storming to victory over in-form opponents.

It was yet another win this season over a team who

started the day above them in the league, following

on from the victories against Greenwich, Corinthian

Casuals and Hythe. At this rate Sittingbourne will

soon be running out of teams higher than them to

beat.

It’s now the halfway point of the season and if Sittingbourne

continue like this, playing with such energy,

pace and commitment, who knows what they

can achieve in the second half of the season.

Walton Casuals arrived on the back of a six-match

unbeaten run themselves but they just couldn’t cope

with Sittingbourne in the second half, ending up

conceding a penalty and having their captain sent

off for a second yellow card.

And while Sittingbourne were happy to end up with

the three goals they got to win the match it could

easily have been six so dominant were they.

They went into the match with exactly the same lineup

and subs who got a 2-2 draw at Lewes on Saturday,

and it was an even first half with Walton quite

impressive in possession.

And the visitors took the lead midway through the

half when a smart backheel in the area set up

Odunaike to score with keeper Simon Overland getting

a hand to it but unable to keep it out.

Sittingbourne hit back with a flurry of corners and

Jono Richardson had a header turned over the bar,

Ricky Gundry forced the keeper to make a fulllength

save, and Anthony O’Connor was robbed of

a one-on-one chance as he was tripped when

breaking clear.

Straight from the start of the second half Sittingbourne

were different class, and it was their

pace, their passing, and the pressure on the ball

when out of possession that Walton couldn’t cope

with.

So many of the attacks came down the left where

Jordan Gallacher had his best game in a Sittingbourne

shirt, with tremendous support from behind

by Tom Carlse, who’s in the form of his life.

And it was a sparkling combination by those two

which set up the equaliser, Carlse crossing to the

near post where O’Connor struck decisively to cleverly

force it past the keeper.

The pressure on Walton was relentless and invigorating

but they proved dangerous on the break and

Overland made a terrific save, coming out of his

goal to save with his legs as an attacker raced clear.

Sittingbourne were reaping havoc from crosses and

when Stefan Wright put a low one across the goal,

Gundry was fouled as he tried to set up a chance

and got up to blast home the penalty himself.

Still the chances flowed and Sittingbourne made it 3

-1 when Gundry sensibly found Dan Rumbol and his

low ball across goal was forced in by skipper Richardson

at the far post.

While Gallacher was outstanding down the left,

O’Connor worked his socks off all night and when

he was shoved over by opposition captain Fitzgerald,

a red card was inevitable as the Walton man

had already been booked and had clearly only recenty

been given a final warning for another trip.

Sittingbourne weren’t exactly wobbling, even though

holding on to two-goal leads hasn’t been their speciality

this season, but they were pegged back deep

into added time when Cheadle hit a magnificent

shot from at least 25 yards into the far corner.

But it was no more than a consolation for Walton

and couldn’t ruin a night to remember for Sittingbourne.

23 games played, 23 games left; hang on to your

hats, this is going to be interesting …

Sittingbourne: Simon Overland, Sam Welch,

Tom Carlse (Yellow card), Danny Rumbol, Jono

Richardson, Joe Loft (Yellow card), Stefan Wright

(Josh Wisson, 76 min), Conrad Lee, Anthony

O’Connor, Ricky Gundry (Tom Brunt, 89 min), Jordan

Gallacher.

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)


Match Reports by Tony Rickson

10th December 2016

Ryman League Div 1 South

Dorking Wanderers 3 Sittingbourne 0,

Att 132

At the end of their toughest week of the season,

Sittingbourne finished with a win, a draw and a

defeat.

Not a bad record as all three opponents have

real promotion potential, and for this final match

of the three, they faced a side who now lead the

Ryman South.

And you could see how they got there, making

Sittingbourne chase shadows for the first half

hour and undeniably deserving of the win.

Sittingbourne played well at Lewes the previous

Saturday to get a draw, played even better in

the second half to beat Walton Casuals in midweek,

but were absolutely shut out of a chance

to make a similar impact here.

They fielded the same team from both of those

games with Dorking anchored smoothly in midfield

by Jake Beecroft, who impressed in an all

too brief stay with Sittingbourne last season,

Dorking set themselves up from the start to

pass Sittingbourne out of the game, though

they weren’t without the occasional dark art,

with Stefan Wright very much the man targeted.

In fact a nasty looking challenge on him straight

from the kick-off earned Dorking’s Gunner what

must surely be one of the quickest yellow cards

ever.

Dorking were hardly giving Sittingbourne a

touch of the ball and they took the lead after 15

minutes through a penalty taken by Sole, an

experienced striker with a pedigree in Conference

football.

Just as at Lewes the previous week it was a

soft pen, Jono Richardson stretching to challenge

Sole for the ball with his left leg. Too high,

ruled the referee.

I remember saying of the Lewes penalty that I

would have wanted it to be given if it was in Sittingbourne’s

favour but I wouldn’t have thought

that here. Harsh in the extreme.

In a rare Sittingbourne attack Jordan

Gallacher fired across the home goal on

the end of an excellent Tom Carlse pass and

later in the half Anthony O’Connor shot just

wide from Joe Loft’s through pass.

But these were isolated moments as generally

Dorking, a side very comfortable on the ball

from No 1 to 11, dominated the half and Sittingbourne

too easily gave it away again when

they did get the occasional touch.

And it was 2-0 just before half time as Sole

nipped in behind the central defence to head

home a left-wing cross after 41 minutes. A bit

too similar to the Lewes equaliser the previous

week, so that’s a concern for Sittingbourne.

With the rain now settled overhead, the second

half was slightly different with Sittingbourne

strengthening midfield to try to stop Dorking

having so much of the ball.

It worked, but when they got forward Sittingbourne

were beating their heads against the

brick wall of a defence with by far the best record

for goals conceded in this division.

Sittingbourne put together one outstanding

move down the left, where they were so strong

against Walton, but it ended with O’Connor’s

shot missing the target.

That, and a couple of shots from distance by

Conrad Lee and sub Josh Wisson that were

way too high, was about all they had to show

for a second half where pulling back a two-goal

deficit always looked much too tough a proposition.

And Dorking made it three near the end when

McShane found space in the area from a rightwing

pass to pick his spot in the far corner.

So Sittingbourne’s sparkling unbeaten run of six

matches was unceremoniously ended with a

decisive defeat, but they still have a record of

just two defeats in 10 matches as a consolation.

It’s how they bounce back from this hardly unexpected

setback against such a decent team

that will shape how well they do in the second

half of the season.

Sittingbourne: Simon Overland, Sam Welch,

Tom Carlse, Danny Rumbol, Jono Richardson,

Joe Loft, Stefan Wright (Josh Wisson, 58 min),

Conrad Lee, Anthony O’Connor (Tom Brunt, 81

min), Ricky Gundry (Jake Embery, 74 min), Jordan

Gallacher (Yellow card).

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Away Travel details

Saturday 7th January 2017, Away to Carshalton Athletic, KO 3.00PM

Ground address: Carshalton Athletic, War Memorial Sports Ground, Colston Avenue,

Surrey, SM5 2PW

Telephone:

By Car:-

Leave the M25 at the M23 (N) Croydon. Merge onto M23. Continue onto London Rd N/A23.

After approx. 2 miles Turn left onto Star Ln, then almost immediately right into Elmore Rd. After

half a mile Turn right onto High Rd and then slight left into Hazelwood Lane. After just under a

mile at the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Outwood Ln/B2032 and go through 1 more

rbout. After just under a mile turn turn left onto the B278 Rectory Lane. Follow B278 for 1.6

miles and at the rbout take the 2 nd exit onto A 2022 Croydon Ln. then at next rbout take 1 st exit

onto B278 Woodmansterne Rd and then continue onto APound St A 232 . Signpost Croydon.

At the rbouit take 1 st exit onto West St B278 (again). Signpost Rose Hill / Morden. Under the

railway then at the rbout take the 1 st exit into Colston Ave. The entrance to the ground is between

house numbers 35 and 33

By Train:-

Nearest Stations: Carshalton

The club is located a short 5 minute walk from Carshalton Rail Station, this station is served by

southern services from London Victoria, Sutton and Dorking. The station is also served by First

capital connect from London Blackfriars and Wimbledon. Carshalton Rail Station is in Zone 5.

On arrival at the station walk to the exit and turn right, walk down the hill towards the main

road, at the bottom of the hill turn right, follow the path under the railway bridge until you come

to the mini roundabout, once you see the mini roundabout cross the road and take the road to

the left, this road is called Colston Avenue, walk along Colston Avenue on the right hand side

of the road for 150 yards and you will see come to a private driveway between house numbers

35 and 33, walk to the end of the driveway and you will enter the grounds of Carshalton Athletic

Football Club.

Todays Ryman Div 1 South Fixtures

Saturday 31st December 2016

KO 3.00PM unless stated.

Cray Wanderers vs Ramsgate

13:00 East Grinstead Town vs Greenwich Borough

Godalming Town vs Dorking Wanderers

Hythe Town vs Faversham Town

Lewes vs Three Bridges

13:00 Molesey vs Horsham

Tooting & Mitcham United vs Whyteleafe

Walton Casuals vs Carshalton Athletic

Monday January 2nd 2017

Chipstead vs Carshalton Athletic

Cray Wanderers vs Chatham Town

East Grinstead Town vs Hastings United

Godalming Town vs Three Bridges

Guernsey vs South Park

Herne Bay vs Faversham Town

Hythe Town vs Ramsgate

Lewes vs Horsham

Molesey vs Dorking Wanderers

Tooting & Mitcham United vs Corinthian-Casuals

Walton Casuals vs Whyteleafe


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Brickies Lottery Results

The lottery is now even more attractive.

A draw is now to be made at half time each month during

a home game where the prizes will be one of a £100 and 3

of £40. -

Every year in December the main prize will be

£500!! - won by Joan Challonor this year!

Now is the time to join our lottery, see John Pitts or John Cooper for a form, cost is

just a £1 a week! (Payable monthly. Quarterly or annually)

WEEK COMMENCING 26th DECEMBER 2016

£40: Ticket no 234, John Crossland, Sittingbourne

£40: Ticket no 057, Dorothy Bareham Sittingbourne

£40 Ticket no 383, Gary Johnson, Newington

WEEK COMMENCING 19th DECEMBER 2016

£500: Ticket no 335, Joan Challonor, Sittingbourne

WEEK COMMENCING 12th DECEMBER 2016

£40: Ticket no 246, Helen Jones, Selling

£40: Ticket no 472, Tony Ling, Sittingbourne

£40 Ticket no 678, Mary Flanagan, TBA

WEEK COMMENCING 5th DECEMBER 2016

£40: Ticket no 015, Kirsty Dearing, Sittingbourne

£40: Ticket no 200, C Golding, Lynsted

£40 Ticket no 400, John Harrison, Folkestone

Pics by Ken Medwyn shows that it was bit foggy during the Chipstead game!!


Player Stats 2016-17

To and including 17/12/2016


Sponsorship Opportunities

“Sponsorship is the lifeblood of the club”

Match Day Sponsor - this gives the sponsor and guests (Up to four)

access to the boardroom to enjoy half time and post match food and

drink. Costs of this is a very reasonable £175

Matchball Sponsor - £50

Mascot - An ideal present for a football mad youngster = £50 Includes

mascot plus three guests plus Hospitality.

Man of the Match - Your chance to be the official "Man of the Match"

awarder £15

Sponsor a Brickie and have your name in the programme as a sponsor

for the entire season, rates are:

Complete Player...............................£40

Socks only........................................£10

Shorts only.......................................£15

Shirt only...........................................£20

Boots only.........................................£15

Web site advertising—An exciting opportunity to advertise on a web

site that has a verifiable 3000 plus hits a month.

Box Advert.......£75 All enquiries for web site advertising to Peter Pitts

via bournefc@hotmail.com or call 07785 906627

Ground Perimeter Boards: Size 8 feet x 3 feet = £250, then £160

per year renewal.

Other sizes negotiable

For any of the above opportunities see John Cooper or any other

committee member.

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