ISTHMIAN LEAGUE DIVISION ONE SOUTH
Bostik League South
SATURDAY 2ND SEPTEMBER 2017
SITTINGBOURNE V WHYTELEAFE
Manager: Nick Davis
Assistant: Tony Cornwell
Physio: Tom Martin
Coach / Kit Manager: Warren Chambers
Match Day Assistant : Harry Chambers
Manager: Leigh Dynan
Assistant Manager: Koo Dumbuya
Goalkeeping coaches: Danny Rose/Billy
Physio: Bob Hemstead
Referee Ricky Adams (Northfleet), Assistants: Thomas Nicholls (Lewisham), Hossain
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1, Harry BROOKS
1. Matte PIERSON
2. Chris WEBBER
2. Melivin ADESIDA
3. Chris ELLIOTT
3. Andrew MUSINGA
4. Ollie BROWN
4. Olumide OLUWATIMILEHIN
5. Ben GORHAM (C)
5. Jamahl HOWLETT-MUNDLE
6. Lex ALLAN
6. Terell FORBES
7. Kane PHILIP
7. Lanre AZEEZ
8. Mobolaji DAWODU
8. Ross ELSAM
9. Kane ROWLAND
9. Daniel AJAKAIYE
10. Tom LOYNES
10. Tom HUTCHINGS
11. Jerry AMOO
12. David SMITH
12. Shawn CLEMENT-PETER
14. George BLAKE
14. Charlie POSTANCE
15. David ADEKOYA
15. Jake TREAGUS
16. Nick DAVIS
16. John SCARBOROUGH
17. Harry BROOKS
17. Bola NKORI-VENCESLAS
Good afternoon everyone and welcome to Woodstock Park. Our visitors are Whyteleafe. Welcome
to their Players, Officials and Supporters and this afternoons match officials.
Like us, Whyteleafe fell at the first post in the Emirates FA Cup to a team in a lower league. We,
of course lost to Pagham in a replay and Whyteleafe also lost in a replay, to Erith Town although
it took penalties to separate the teams. It will be interesting to see how both the victors
get on in today’s 1 st qualifying round.
Whyteleafe did the double over us last season, beating us 3-0. Both teams have started the
league season well and are unbeaten.
Our last match at home to Ashford United on Bank holiday Monday was a bit of a disappointment
after the previous match at Lewes. Having to play two games in soaring heat in three days
seemed to be just a bit too much. Despite not reaching the heights of the Lewes game we still
should have taken all three points. There were certainly enough chances but unfortunately none
We have signed two new players since last week. It’s a welcome back to Chris Elliott who
signed for us but left to join Ashford United,
September is a very busy month for us. By the end of it we will see how far we have progressed.
One plus of the two home games we have played so far is the good attendances. Hopefully today’s
will also be good,
At most away games you will be able to use the “Pundit” app, which is available on Android and
IOS, to listen to a commentary of the match. Pundit is also available on a Windows and Mac PC
( www.punditsports.com), Either Glen or me will be doing the commentary. We are however
looking for someone else to do commentary, particularly on home matches where generally
Glen and I are are too busy to do it. If you are interested just let one of us know.
Next up for Sittingbourne is a Kent Senior Cup match at Faversham on Tuesday night. Faversham
had a surprising 3-0 defeat to Herne Bay last year and have not started the season as
well as they would have liked. The match kicks off at Salters Lane at 7:45pm. That is followed
by an away match at Dartford FC where Thamesmead Town now play. This game is on a Sunday
(10 th September) and kicks off at 2:00pm. Then its another away match when we play on
Tuesday 12 th in a league match at Faversham. Next home match for Sittingbourne is on Saturday
16 th September when the visitors are VCD Athletic.
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Meet the Whyteleafe Players
Leigh Dynan – Manager
An ambitious, well-organised and driven manager
working hard to build a successful exciting
-to-watch side. Joined Whyteleafe from Farnborough
where he was assistant manager.
Koo Dumbuya – Assistant Manager
An exceptional coach who also run Hampton &
Richmond Borough’s Academy.
Matte Pierson – goalkeeper
Joined Whyteleafe in the summer having started
2016-17 as Tooting & Mitcham no. 1. Injury
prevented him from playing much of last season
and Matte is looking strong and very capable
Melvin Adesida – defender
Started as a youngster with QPR and developed
as an academy player at Nuneaton Borough
before gaining important experience with
Bedford Town, Melvin is another summer addition
to the squad playing at right back.
Ross comes to Whyteleafe from West Ham
Bentley Graham – midfield
A driving creative force in the heart of midfield
for a number of years at Church Road and (like
his dad) a former Whyteleafe Player of the
Shawn Clement-Peter – midfield/forward
An unmistakeable figure on the pitch, Shawn
can be a bustling presence in midfield but one
who can create chances from nowhere. Very
capable in the no. 10 position.
Sam Clayton – midfield/forward
Sam needs little introduction having been a
fans favourite both at Whyteleafe and at Kingstonian.
Exciting to watch both with his tricky
wing-play but also from the dead ball. Always
up amongst the team’s top goalscorers.
Lanre Azeez – midfield/forward
A right winger whose explosive electric pace
can undo any defence. Lanre also likes to get
his name on the scoresheet.
Jahmal Mundle-Howlett - defender
A cultured, calm, cultured and quick thinking
centre back. An old head on young shoulders
and made captain for the 2017-18 season.
Terrell Forbes – defender
Vastly experienced central defender who made
over a hundred appearances with QPR, 163
with Yeovil and 73 with Leyton Orient as well as
spells with other professional clubs including
Grimsby, Oldham and Chesterfield.
John Scarborough – defender
Elder statesman in the team but still a huge influence
in the heart of defence. Plenty of experience
playing at Conference level mainly with
Sutton United and Welling.
Andrew Musungu – defender/midfield
Although naturally a winger Andrew has proven
to be strong and vigorous left back and one
who still loves to make exciting runs forward
with the ball.
Ross Elsom – midfield
A new face arriving in the summer of 2017,
Jerry Amoo – midfield/forward
Skilful winger and a hot young prospect – a
product of West Ham’s youth system.
Andy Somo – forward
Very impressive in pre-season, an athletic,
pacey and driven young striker.
Charlie Postance – forward
Charlie made his name as top scorer in the
Combined Counties League scoring 36 goals in
2016-17 and clearing up the end of season
awards at Knaphill. Now is his time to step up a
league and rattle in goals in the Bostik League.
A proper centre forward.
Daniel Ajakaiye – forward
Daniel’s pace and eye for goal are frightening.
Born to score goals leaving markers in his dust.
He is sure to be among the team’s top scorers
again this season if not the League’s.
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A warm welcome to Whyteleafe.
Isn’t it great that now we are disappointed when we draw and this is because of how well the
team has gelled. Its amazing to think that that this is practically a brand new team that has had
only been together for 5 competitive games. Nick and Tony have done a brilliant job and who
knows that with the possibility of additional promotion places being available at the end of the
season we could be in contention. Whyteleafe of course are also unbeaten so far this season
so today wont be easy for us.
Whyteleafe have an excellent 3G pitch but it does seem that some clubs are having problems
with theirs, the latest being Worthing
whose 3g pitch has failed an FA inspection
and they will have to play at least 1 “home”
game at Bognor. Still we live in hope that
one day we might have a 3G (or 4G) pitch
Being programme editor can be time consuming
and unexpected problems don’t
help, such as the one with my printer that I
wrote about in the last programme. However
despite what many women say men
can multitask as I aim to prove by the pic of
me producing this programme whilst baby
sitting! (Excuse the legs).
We had a committee meeting on Wednesday
and the new requirement for dressing rooms to be of a minimum
size of 18 sq metres by 31st March 2019 came up. Our
dressing rooms don’t quite meet that size and so we have to find
a way of either enlarging the existing ones (which is possible but
they also require upgrading) or building new ones. We are now
looking at refurbishing the lower building by gutting it and building
new dressing rooms in the structure. To do this obviously we
need money and so we are looking at getting a grant...but grants are only for 50% of the build
so we will need to find the extra money from somewhere. We are therefore going to look at
crowd funding. So please look out for further news on this and if you are able, give a little bit
please! I started the “Buy a Brick” some years back when we were in trouble and you all responded
brilliantly so we have high hopes. Incidentally the “bricks” can still be found from a link
on the web site.
Ive got to say that since we bought Jace Media on board there have been a lot of positive developments.
We are lucky that both Glen and Mick are crazy about this level of football and us
in particular and their expertise on the commercial side has been invaluable, with more announcements
I believe that these are exciting times for the club!
Whyteleafe—A Brief History
Whyteleafe FC, was formed in 1946 commencing
in Junior football as members of the Caterham
and Edenbridge, the Thornton Heath &
District and the Croydon Leagues progressing
two years later to the Surrey County Intermediate
League (Eastern Division) and were Division
1 champions in 1955/6. 1958 saw the significant
transition from 'Junior' to 'Senior' status
and entry into the Surrey Senior League. This
change required the club to move from the New
Barn Lane School ground which was inadequate
for senior football and with a dynamic
committee under the leadership of Secretary
Dick Baxendine, the club purchased approximately
four acres of farmland in nearby Church
Road, where the club still play today.
Play commenced on the ground in season
1959/60, and in the early sixties the club gained
minor rewards with the reserve team playing
under the guidance of former Crystal Palace
hero Roy Greenwood. The next success came
as the 1960s drew to a close which saw 'Leafe
as Surrey Senior League Champions and runners
up to Bracknell Town in the League cup.
In the 1970s the floodlight training area and
stand were built and in 1975, after seventeen
happy years with the Surrey Senior League, the
club moved into the London Spartan League,
where the best they achieved was third place
on two occasions in the six years of their membership.
In 1981 the club joined the Athenian
League and it was at about this time in the early
80s that the main pitch floodlights were installed
and the dressing rooms were moved to
a new location on the top bank enabling the
clubhouse to be extended.
The 1980/81 season saw the club reached the
5th round of the FA Vase losing to Basildon
United. Four years later in the 1984/85 season,
a league re-organisation saw the club enter Division
Two South of the Isthmian League
In November 1986 Steve Kember joined the
club as Manager having been associated with
the club for some years previously when with
Crystal Palace with whom he had won considerable
A highly successful 1988/89 saw the club win
promotion as runners-up in Division Two South
to Division One.
Steve Kember resigned in July 1993 and returned
to Crystal Palace as a coach.
Season 1998/99 proved to be very mixed, with
the club achieving good cup results losing to
Welling United in sight of a first round visit to
Bristol Rovers in the FA Cup, and winning
through to the last 32 in the FA Trophy going
out to the eventual winners Kingstonian in front
of a record home crowd of 945. But a season of
chronic injury saw 'Leafe struggle to survive in
the league and avoided relegation by winning
the last game of the season.
However, 1999/2000 proved the most momentous
in the club's history. For the first time ever
the club reached the 1st Round proper of the
FA Cup when a crowd of 2,164, easily beat the
previous season's record in a match which saw
them hold league opponents Chester City to a 0
-0 draw before going down 1-3 in a replay at
An imposing new stand was built at the top end
of the ground just in time for the big match.
Following the promotion battles of the previous
two seasons, the 'Leafe's form in 2001/2
slumped and only a re-organisation of the Ryman
League saved the club from its first relegation.
2010/11 was always going to be difficult season
with virtually no money to support the running
of the 1st team and the club only just steered
themselves away from relegation.
While 2010/11 was hard, the following year was
doubly so. Nick English’s hard work and commitment
was never in doubt but things just didn't
work for him the following year and he left
the club in January 2012. Several days after
English's departure, Steve Griffin was appointed
manager in his place and given the tough
job of catching up 20th placed side Burgess Hill
Town when 12 point adrift.
The appointment coincided with a change in
club constitution which saw Mark Coote become
owner-chairman (as opposed to electedchairman).
The change gives the Club renewed hope of
future development and progression yet the
2011/12 season ended in bitter disappointment
and the club’s first relegation in its history despite
drawing level with Burgess Hill at one
point and only losing to an extraordinary result
by the Hillians against Dulwich Hamlet.
Whyteleafe returned to Ryman League football
season 2014/15 by winning the Southern Counties
East Premier Division by 11 points. Major
changes at the stadium during the closed season
included the installation of a 3G pitch.
Their first season back was a great success
with the team finishing in 5 th spot unlucky to
lose out in the play-offs to Folkestone Invicta
after conceding an own goal and missing a penalty.
Leafe struggled to repeat this achievement the
following year and in 2016, John Fowler decided
he had taken the team as far as he could
and stood down. Former Farnborough assistant
manager Leigh Dynan took over in October
and began a period of major squad reconstruction.
Matches today for Bostik South Clubs
Hythe Town v Guernsey
FA Cup 1st Qual Round
Ashford Town (Middx) v Corinthian-Casuals
Carshalton Athletic v Pagham
Faversham Town v Tonbridge Angels
Folkestone Invicta v Greenwich Borough
Herne Bay v Walton Casuals
Horsham v Ashford Utd
Littlehampton v Chipstead
Margate v East Grinstead town
Ramsgate v Egham
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discrimination. Accordingly any form of discriminatory abuse
whether it be based on race or ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender,
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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
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Match Reports by Tony Rickson
Saturday 26th August 2017
Bostik League South
Lewes 2 Sittingbourne 2, att 446
Sittingbourne continued their unbeaten start to
the Bostik League South season with what I for
one thought was an outstanding team performance
in sunny Sussex.
So where to start? With:
The popular Tommy Loynes rejoining Sittingbourne
the day before and celebrating his
return with an excellent goal.
Harry Brooks coming in for his debut in goal
when first choice keeper Darren Hawkes
dropped out with a back injury and pulling off
two spectacular second half saves.
Sittingbourne having a great chance to win it
with virtually the last kick of the game only for a
shot to roll agonisingly wide of an almost open
Lewes went into the match unbeaten and – like
Sittingbourne – with a two-out-of-two winning
start to the league season.
But it was the Brickies who almost totally dominated
the first half with an excellent display of
determined and enterprising football.
They’d suffered disruption before the game
when Hawkes showed he’d failed to recover
from a back problem, with Brooks thrown in at
the deep end.
The only other change from the team that lost in
the FA Cup in midweek to Pagham was the return
of Loynes to the side in place of Lawson
Sittingbourne began brightly on a lovely pitch in
front of a good-sized
450 crowd – though it was only the Brickies
fans who made the noise throughout.
And they took an early lead when a corner was
only half-cleared and Laurence Ball headed a
pass to Kane Rowland in space on the left. His
terrific cross beat all the defence and skipper
Ben Gorham ran in for a simple headed goal
from a couple of yards out.
Lewes took only a couple of minutes to equalise,
forcing a corner from virtually their first attack.
Gorham headed clear but Bosma, on the
edge of the box, volleyed it first time into the far
corner with an outstanding strike.
Sittingbourne hassled Lewes out of possession
all over the pitch and were well on top the rest
of the half. Rowland – who was terrific all game
– went close, as did Loynes and David Smith,
and I thought Rowland was fouled as he tried to
break clear of the last defenders.
The Brickies lost Ball to a first half injury but Lex
Allan was a capable replacement and made a
terrific block on a Lewes shot as the home side
began to make more headway in the second
Keeper Brooks suddenly had more to do and
after tipping a shot away for a corner he made a
terrific save from a close-range header, diving
instinctively to his right to keep it out.
But Sittingbourne were also dangerous going
forward and regained the lead midway through
the half when Loynes dummied a defender to
make room for himself on the edge of the area
and then hit his shot through a crowded area to
watch it go in off the far post.
A lot of the Sittingbourne success up till their
last 15 minutes came from quickly closing down
players in possession but perhaps they began
to tire slightly in the heat of the afternoon.
So Conlon was given too much room for Lewes
10 minutes later and advanced to equalise with
a good shot into the far corner.
Even then there was drama as both sides went
for the winner.
Smith’s clever shot was well tipped away by the
keeper at one end and then sub Gil Carvalho
was penalised for an aerial challenge on the
edge of his own area in the 90th minute. Brotherton’s
powerful free-kick beat the wall but
Brooks was equal to it with a truly brilliant save.
Back went Sittingbourne and when the keeper
saved at full stretch from sub Miles Cornwell he
was still struggling to get up as the rebound fell
invitingly for Smith. But his attempt to sidefoot
the ball first time into the huge gap at the near
post was just inches wide.
So both sides lost their 100 per cent league records
but maintained their unbeaten starts, Sittingbourne
bouncing back impressively from the
midweek FA Cup disappointment to show they
should be a force this season if they keep up
this level of play.
Sittingbourne: Harry Brooks, Chris Webber,
Ollie Brown, Tyrone Guthrie, Ben Gorham, Laurence
Ball (Lex Allan, 39 min), Kane Phillip, Bola
Dowadu, Kane Rowland (Miles Cornwell, 80
min), Tommy Loynes (Gil Carvalho, 69 min),
David Smith. Subs not used: David Adekoya,
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Match Reports by Tony Rickson
Monday 28th August 2017
Bostilk League South
Sittingbourne 0 Ashford Utd 0, att 207
This goalless draw meant Sittingbourne completed their first four Bostik League games of the
season unbeaten – with two wins and two draws.
Highly respectable, of course, and exactly the same as their total at this stage of last season.
But there was a strong feeling that this was a couple of points short of what they should have
had, especially as newly-promoted Ashford came to Sittingbourne without a point and after
conceding five goals on their own pitch just 48 hours earlier.
Sittingbourne had a couple of efforts cleared off the line, and also hit the bar near the end, but
generally their finishing wasn’t accurate enough with too many chances blazed over the bar.
Even though it ended 0-0, neither keeper really had many saves to make, though to be fair
this was a second tiring game in 48 hours for both teams, and this one was played out in a
stifling near 30 degree heat.
Sittingbourne had to shuffle their team after Saturday’s excellent 2-2 draw at Lewes, with Laurence
Ball out with damaged ribs, and Ollie Brown and Kane Phillip sitting it out with knocks,
though both impressed as second half substitutes. Harry Brooks kept his place in goal after
an impressive debut, even though Daren Hawkes was fit.
The injury jinx extended into the game with midfielder Tyrone Guthrie hobbling off early on,
Tommy Loynes having to drop back into midfield on his return after rejoining Sittingbourne on
Ashford seemed to show no ill effects from their traumatising start to the season and had the
best two chances of the first half, Howland hitting a great chance over the bar and Kingwell
advancing from the back before narrowly missing the far post. Brooks also made a good save
from a powerful 25-yarder by Woodcock.
At the other end Chris Webber volleyed over, Kane Rowland had a header cleared off the
line, David Smith shot narrowly over the bar and Gil Carvalho just failed to make contact with
a low Rowland cross into the six-yard box.
Just as in the previous home game when Sittingbourne failed to break down a packed Pagham
defence in the FA Cup, it was tough going to create chances for a while in the second
But the introduction of the elusive Phillip caused extra problems for Ashford and the chances
began to flow.
Carvalho had a shot cleared off the line, Rowland had a header deflected over the bar, Phillip
shot narrowly wide, Miles Cornwell had his effort blocked as he closed in on a great chance
and Ben Gorham hit the bar with a lob.
But the chance of the game went to Cornwell deep into the eight minutes of added time, timing
his run beautifully to meet Carvalho’s cross only to head over from close range.
After a high tempo game on Saturday, it was asking a lot for Sittingbourne to match that intensity
again, and in such warm weather.
But they finished with a flurry and in the end they failed to take all three points because although
they created sufficient chances their finishing wasn’t as clinical as it needed to be.
Sittingbourne: Harry Brooks, David Adekoya, Chris Webber, Tyrone Guthrie (Miles Cornwell,
6 min), Ben Gorham, Lex Allan, Gil Carvalho, Bola Dowadu, Kane Rowland (Ollie Brown, 69
min), Tommy Loynes (Kane Phillip,
66 min), David Smith. Subs not used: George Blake, Daren Hawkes.
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Bostik League South—League table to 28/08/2017
P W D L F A +/- Pts
1 Walton Casuals 4 4 0 0 12 5 7 12
2 Carshalton Athletic 4 3 1 0 10 4 6 10
3 WHYTELEAFE * 4 3 1 0 9 3 6 10
4 Lewes * 4 3 1 0 6 3 3 10
5 South Park * 4 3 0 1 13 4 9 9
6 Cray Wanderers * 4 2 2 0 9 2 7 8
7 SITTINGBOURNE * 4 2 2 0 7 3 4 8
8 Thamesmead Town 4 2 1 1 10 6 4 7
9 Greenwich Borough 4 2 1 1 6 3 3 7
10 Hastings United 4 2 1 1 6 5 1 7
11 Phoenix Sports 4 2 1 1 5 4 1 7
12 Corinthian-Casuals 4 2 0 2 9 6 3 6
13 Herne Bay 4 2 0 2 6 5 1 6
14 Horsham 4 2 0 2 6 8 -2 6
15 VCD Athletic 4 2 0 2 8 11 -3 6
16 Molesey 4 1 1 2 4 8 -4 4
17 Faversham Town 4 1 0 3 9 9 0 3
18 Guernsey 4 1 0 3 6 7 -1 3
19 Hythe Town 4 1 0 3 6 7 -1 3
20 Ramsgate 4 1 0 3 5 10 -5 3
21 East Grinstead Town 4 0 1 3 4 13 -9 1
22 Ashford United 4 0 1 3 2 11 -9 1
23 Chipstead 4 0 0 4 3 11 -8 0
24 Shoreham 4 0 0 4 1 14 -13 0
* These teams may be affected by the changes to promotion rules this season.
PITCHES FOR HIRE AT WOODSTOCK
Pitches are available for long term hire at Woodstock owing to a club
reducing their number of teams that use our other pitches. If you would
like more details please see our chairman Maurice Dunk, Colin Page,
or Glen Parkes.
“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"
Sponsor a Brickie and have your name in the programme as a sponsor
for the entire season, rates are:
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07785 906627
Ground Perimeter Boards: Size 8 feet x 3 feet = £250, then £150
per year renewal.
Other sizes negotiable
For any of the above opportunities see Glen Parkes or any other