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Match Day Programme for Sittingbourne v Molesey 7th April 2018

ISTHMIAN LEAGUE DIVISION ONE SOUTH

Season 2017-18

Saturday 7th April 2018

Sittingbourne v Molesey

KO 3.00PM


Sittingbourne FC

The OMA Stadium, Woodstock Park, Broadoak Road,

Sittingbourne, Kent, ME9 SAG

Tel: 01795 410777 www.sittingbournefc.co.uk

Sittingbourne FC is a members club

CLUB OFFICIAL

President: Allan Crawshaw

Vice Presidents: Alan Barty, Tania &

Andy Spice, John Cooper.

Chairman: Maurice Dunk

Vice Chairman: Ken Medwyn

Secretary/Treasurer: John Pitts

OTHER COMMITTEE MEMBERS

Peter Pitts (Media, Web site, Programme

editor, stadium announcer,)

Glen Parkes (Youth Chairman, Media),

Colin Page (Ast Treasurer and Youth

treasurer),

Danny Appleton (Turnstile Manager),

Michael Sayce (Youth Secretary),

Gerrard Jakimavicius

Chris Daisy (Coach liaison)

Board Room Hospitality: Sandra Pitts & Carol

Cooper,

Lottery Secretary: John Cooper.

Club Historians: Dudley Hird & Tony Rickson

Programme Sales: Jackie Goatham.

Turnstile Operator: Faye Goatham

Match Reporter: Tony Rickson

Groundsman: Roger Pudner

Club Photographer: Ken Medwyn

Club Shop: Clive Phillips

Playing Management

Manager: Aslan Odev

GK Coach: Warren Chambers,

Team Assistant: Harry Chambers

Physio: Tom Martin

WOODSTOCK GROUND REGULA­

TIONS

1. All persons entering the ground are subject to

the rules and regulations of The Football Association.

2. The club reserves the right to eject or prosecute

any person who within the club premises is considered

by the club committee or its employees to

be or have been behaving in the following ways:

a) Entering the field of play before or during

the course of the game.

b) Using obscene, abusive or racist language

or persistently swearing.

c) Being intoxicated by drink or drugs.

Further, persons will not be allowed entry to

Woodstock Park if in the opinion of the gatemen,

stewards or any members of the management

committee they are intoxicated.

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

any kind are allowed in the ground. The stewards

have the right to search a spectator if they have

grounds to believe that the person is in possession

of any item that is deemed to be a danger toother

spectators.

4. Alcohol must only be consumed within the confines

of the club house.

s. 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.


Manager: Aslan Odev

Assistant: Ian Varley

Physio: Tom Martin

Ast Physio: Dan Thompson

Coach / Kit Manager: Warren Chambers

Match Day Assistant : Harry Chambers

TEAM CHECK

Bostik South League

Saturday 7th April 2018

SITTINGBOURNE V MOLESEY

Manager: Peter Lelliott

Club Physio: Dick Etherington

Match Day Physio: Alan Maynard

Match Day Assistant: Barry Peacock

MATCH OFFICIALS

Referee: Kane Dempster (Deal)

Assistants: Simon Cutler (Minster-on-Sea)

Peter Conn (Maidstone)

PLAYED

SUBSTITUTE

GOALS

PLAYED

SUBSTITUTE

GOALS

Light Blue.

1, Harry BROOKS

2. Josh DORLING

3. Fabrice BLEWORDAH

4 Lewis CHAMBERS

5. Chris WEBBER

6. Chris ELLIOTT

7. Seyfettin ARDENIZ

8. Dan PARKINSON

9. Kane ROWLAND

10. David SMITH

11. Tom LOYNES

12. Charlie ALLEN

14. Germaine DUA

15. Rhys BARTLETT

16. Tyrone GUTHRIE

17. Max FARRELLY

1. Liam ALLEN

2. Ashby CHARLES

3. Ato OKAI

4. Craig LEWINGTON

5. Taylor ROLES

6. Joe PRATLEY-JONES

7. Elijahh OGUNSEYE

8. Dre GROBLER

9. Tayo OYEBOLA

10. Bukele MAKUDI

11. Darius HERVI

12. Anthony KOZAKIS

14. Sacha M BAYE

15. Lecan SIDAKO

16. Fidan FEJZI

17.


The Secretary’s Jottings

Good afternoon everyone. Welcome to Woodstock.

Our visitors are Molesey. Welcome to their players, officials and supporters. A welcome also to

today’s match officials.

Molesey will be out to avenge our narrow 3-2 win back in November. The report of this game is in

this programme.

Our last home game should have been last Saturday when our visitors were to be Thamesmead

Town. We were quite confident that the pitch would be fine despite the rain earlier in the week.

But early morning heavy rain made some parts of the pitch very soft underfoot and possibly dangerous.

We had great difficulty in getting a referee in to do a pitch inspection. When he did arrive

he also felt that the ground was too soft in places and called the match off. This was a big financial

blow to us as it was the last chance we had of making any money over a holiday period after

we also lost our holiday home match over Christmas. It’s a good job it is coming to the end of the

season as some of the photos I have seen of pitches where matches did take place last Saturday

looked like the pitches would never recover without major work on them. Although I am not a big

fan of artificial pitches I would reluctantly concede that if we continue to play matches in the

months we do then they are the answer to preventing match congestion. Also, Aveley and Whyteleafe

must have made a tidy sum from renting their grounds out to the clubs they have done

over the past week.

As it turned out, our last home match was against Greenwich Borough. This was an excellent

performance but not quite enough

to prevent a 2-1 defeat. Still, there

was much to like, not least that we

competed with one of the best

teams in the league for the whole

90 minutes.

Only one game for us then over the

Easter period when a decent crowd

of 206 saw us come back from being

one goal down at Ramsgate to

force a draw. Probably a fair result.

Ramsgate had the best of the first

half and we had the advantage in

the second half.

Remember we have two quizzes

coming up at Woodstock Park to

raise funds for the club. On Friday

13 th April we have a music quiz

hosted by BRFM’s Peter Finch. If

you came to our last one you will

know how entertaining this was. Our second quiz is on Friday 27 th April when (by popular demand)

we have a general knowledge quiz hosted by Jimbo who runs highly successful quizzes at

Woodstock every other Monday. These evenings organised for the supporters are vital to us as

we get nowhere enough support through the turnstiles to finance everything that is required to

run a club of our status and size. Looking further into the summer. Woodstock will have a

“cinema under the stars” event when the film, Disney’s “The Lion King” will be shown. Put the 6 th

June in your diary for this, a first at Woodstock.

Next up for us are two away games, Next Wednesday we travel to Hythe and next Saturday we

travel to Phoenix Sports. Our next home match is Tuesday 17 th which is our rearranged match

against Thamesmead Town.

Enjoy the game!


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Hello everyone

From the Programme Editor

Plenty for me to talk about in this programme but most of it is a bit gloomy involving clubs who

are in, or could be in trouble. Also in the programme I have included a pictorial depiction of how

the geography of the 3 southern step 4 leagues looked at the 2nd April, and a reminder of the

current Sittingbourne squad.

First then a local story involving Canterbury City. They are awaiting for planning permission for

a new ground, which they would share with Canterbury Rugby Club. City have been ground

sharing now for some 11 years and their chairman, Tim

Clarke, fears that if permission is not granted the club would

collapse.

Staying fairly local, Bostik Premier side Thurrock have announced

that they are to disband at the end of the season. If

you have been reading my notes in previous programmes you

will not be surprised. This announcement will alter the step 4

and 5 promotions. It is expected that there will be an additional

pro-motion place at both of these steps. At our step (4) the

losing play off finalists with the highest points per games

played will go up. At step 5 (Eg The Southern Counties

Eastern League) an additional club will be promoted which is

expected to be a 3rd placed club with the highest Points per

game. Remember that by step 4 we are not just talking about

our division but al-so the Bostik North and the Evo Stick East

and West. At step 5 we are talking about a whole host of step

5 leagues!

Back to Thurrock, but this time its East Thurrock Utd. The

Thames Gateway initiative has meant that East Thurrock Utd’s

ground is valued at £10M. This valuation has caused a court

battle over ownership. Its basically a family at war. The Bennett

family and interested parties, including a nephew and a

boyfriend, all appeared to have played their part in saving the

club back in 2002, when it had debts of £300,000. The nephew

and now ex boyfriend want 10—20% of a sale to developers and this is being disputed. There

was a flare up after the hearing apparently. The judge will rule on ownership at a later date!

The Bostik Premier relegation battle is in its final stages and it’s a two horse race between

Tooting & Mitcham Utd and Burgess Hill Town as to who will drop down to our level. The favourite

at the moment must be Tooting, who although level on points with the Hillians, have a

vastly inferior goal difference and have played two games more!

Finally Sittingbourne Youth play Halle St Martinus Youth from Belgium here at Woodstock tomorrow

. Listen out for the KO time! Peter

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Molesey—A Brief History

The original Molesey club was established by

former Corinthian player James Jenkinson Knox

in autumn 1892 under the name Hampton Court

and East Molesey Association Football Club. [2]

Their first match was played on 24 September

against Barnes, with the new club winning 14–5.

They were renamed the Molesey Football Club

in 1896, but following Knox's death a series of

clubs emerged, including Molesey Athletic and

Molesey St Mary’s, before Molesey St Paul's

was formed in 1905. The club absorbed Molesey

Football Club in 1911 and became Molesey

& St Paul's United, before being renamed

Molesey Football Club. The club joined the Surrey

Junior League in 1920 and won Section 3 in

their first season, going on to win the championship

playoffs with a 100 win over Godalming

Federation. They also won the Surrey Junior

Cup and the Surrey Junior Charity Cup.

Molesey then moved up to Division One of the

Southern Suburban League. However, the cost

of travelling led to the club resigning from the

league after a single season, dropping into the

Kingston & District League. The remainder of

the 1920s was a successful period for the club

as they won the league and the Teck Cup four

times, the Surrey Junior Charity Cup three times

in a row between 1926–27 and 1928–29, the

Chambers Cup twice and the League Cup once.

In the 1933 the club moved up to the Central

Division of the Surrey Intermediate League. In

1939 another merger saw Molesey and Molesey

Athletic of the Kingston & District League amalgamate

to form Molesey United. The new club

played in the Kingston & District League, winning

it in 1939–40 and 1940–41.

West Molesey Old Boys was formed in 1927

and entered the Kingston & District League, going

on to win the league in 1933–34. After winning

the Teck Cup in 1934–35, they moved up

to the Surrey Intermediate League in 1936 and

won the Surrey Intermediate Charity Cup in

1937–38.

In 1946 Molesey United and West Molesey Old

Boys merged to form Molesey Football Club.

The new club joined the Surrey Intermediate

League and won the league in their first season.

After moving to their new ground on Walton

Road, they moved up to the Surrey Senior

League in 1953. After winning the Surrey Senior

Charity Cup in 1956–57, the club were league

champions in 1957–58. In 1959 they transferred

to the Spartan League, finishing as runners-up

in the league and losing the League Cup final in

1959–60. The club won the League Cup the following

season and were losing finalists in 1963–

64 and 1971–72. They remained in the Spartan

League until joining Division Two of the Athenian

League in 1973. In 1977 the club moved

leagues again, this time joining Division Two of

the Isthmian League.

League reorganisation saw Molesey placed in

Division Two South in 1984, where they remained

until finishing as runners-up in 1989–90,

earning promotion to Division One. They won

the Southern Combination Challenge Cup in

1990–91. In 1992–93 the club were Division

One runners-up and were promoted to the

Premier Division. The 1993–94 season saw

them reach the first round of the FA Cup for the

first time, losing 4–0 at home to Bath City; the

club also won the Southern Combination Challenge

Cup for a second time. They were relegated

back to Division One at the end of the

1995–96 season and then to Division Two in

1998–99. Further league reorganisation in 2002

led to the club becoming members of Division

One South, before being placed in Division One

in 2004 and then back in Division One South in

2006 as the league was restructured.

In 2007–08 Molsey finished bottom of Division

One South and were relegated to the Premier

Division of the Combined Counties League. In

2012–13 they won the Southern Combination

Challenge Cup again. They won the Premier

Division title in 2014–15 and were promoted

back to Division One South of the Isthmian

League, as well as winning the Southern Combination

Challenge Cup, a trophy they retained

the following season.


Appearances

Player Apps 17-18 Sub 17-18 Goals 17-18 Tot Apps Tot Sub Apps Tot

Adekoya,

Akdeniz,

Algar,

Allan,

Allen,

Ball,

Bartlett,

Batula,

Blake,

Blewordah,

Brooks,

Brown,

Carey,

Carvalho,

Chambers,

Coker,

Cornwell,

Crimmen,

Cue,

Davisson,

Dawodu,

Dorling,

Dua,

Elliott,

Gorham,

Guthrie,

Hatfull,

Hawkes,

Henry,

Kisitu,

Loynes,

Okimeji,

Otyo.

Parkinson,

Phillip,

Rowland,

Rowland,

Smith,

Usman, Abdul Malik

Webber,


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DATE OPPOSITION COMP Sc ATT 1 2 3 4

5

Sat Aug 12

Tue Aug 15

Sat Aug 19

Tue Aug 22

Sat Aug 26

Mon Aug 28

Sat Sep 02

Tue Sep 05

Sun Sep 10

Tue Sep 12

Sat Sep 16

Tue 19 Sept

Sat Sep 23

Tue Sep 26

Sat Sep 30

Tue Oct 03

Sat Oct 07

Tue Oct 10

Sat Oct 14

Sat Oct 21

Tue Oct 24

Sat Oct 28

Tue Oct 31

Sat Nov 04

Tue Nov 07

Sat Nov 11

Mon 13 Nov

Sat Nov 18

Tue Nov 21

Sat Nov 25

Tue Nov 28

Sat Dec 02

Tue Dec 05

Wed Dec 13

Sat Dec 16

Sat Dec 23

Tue Dec 26

Sat Dec 30

Sat Jan 06

Tue Jan 09

Sat Jan 13

Sat Jan 20

Sat Jan 27

Sat Feb 17

Sat Feb 24

Tue Mar 06

Sat Mar 10

Tue Mar 13

Thur Mar 22

Sat Mar 24

Tue Mar 27

Mon Apr 02

Sat Apr 07

Wed Apr 11

Sat Apr 14

Tue Apr 17

Sat Apr 21

Sat Apr 28

Chipstead League

HERNE BAY League

Pagham FA Cup PR

PAGHAM FA Cup Rep

Lewes

League

ASHFORD UNITED League

WHYTELEAFE League

Faversham Tn KSC

Thamesmead Tn League

Faversham Tn League

VCD ATH League

Dover Athletic KSC

Horsham League

RAMSGATE Velocity Tro

HYTHE TOWN League

Herne Bay League

Ashford United FAT PR

MERSTHAM Velocity Tro

Shoreham League

CHIPSTEAD League

CRAY WDRS League

MERSTHAM FAT 1st Qual

Merstham FAT Replay

PHOENIX SPORTS League

FAVERSHAM TWN League

HARINGEY BORO FAT 2nd Qual

Haringey Boro FAT Replay

SOUTH PARK League

Molesey League

CORINTHIAN CAS League

Wingate & Finchley Velocity Tro

East Grinstead T League

Walton Cas League

Cray Wdrs League

Greenwich Boro League

LEWES League

Ashford United League

Whyteleafe League

Carshalton Ath League

GUERNSEY League

HASTINGS UTD League

VCD Ath League

HORSHAM League

EAST GRINSTEAD T League

Corinthian Cas League

RAMSGATE League

Guernsey League

WALTON CAS League

South Park League

SHOREHAM League

GREENWICH BORO League

Ramsgate League

MOLESEY League

Hythe Town League

Phoenix Sports League

THAMESMEAD T League

CARSHALTON ATH League

Hastings Utd League

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2-1

3-0

1-1

0-1

2-2

0-0

2-1

2-1

2-2

0-1

3-2

2-2%

5-1

2-0

1-0

1-0

3-0

1-0

4-0

1-0

0-0

1-1

2-0

0-1

1-2

1-1

0-1

0-3

3-2

2-2

2-3

3-1

0-3

2-3

1-5

0-1

1-3

1-2

0-3

4-0

2-1

1-3

1-3

1-2

1-3

2-3

0-3

0-2

2-1

1-0

1-2

1-1

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222

124

152

446

207

122

tba

134

205

147

209

161

104

158

263

325

126

108

151

160

165

126

154

176

134

177

112

58

147

71

120

85

127

97

158

334

194

378

93

164

80

159

141

201

97

628

75

77

142

92

206

Hawkes*

Hawkes

Hawkes

Hawkes

Brooks

Brooks

Hawkes

Brooks

Hawkes

Hawkes

Hawkes

Brooks

Hawkes

Brooks

Hawkes

Brooks

Hawkes

Brooks

Hawkes

Hawkes

Brooks

Brooks

Brooks

Brooks

Hawkes

Hawkes

Roberts

Hawkes

Brooks

Carey

Brooks

Brooks

Carey

Carey

Carey

Brooks

Brooks

Brooks

Brooks

Brooks

Brooks

Brooks

Brooks

Brooks

Otuyo

Otuyo

Otuyo

Brooks

Brooks

Brooks

Brooks

Brooks

Webber

Webber

Adekoya

Webber

Webber

Adekoya

Webber

Adeyoya

Webber

Webber

Webber

Webber

Webber

Webber

Webber

Webber

Webber

Webber

Webber

Kisitu*

Kisitu

Kisitu*

Webber

Webber

Webber

Webber

Webber

Webber

Kisitu

Kisitu

Webber

Webber

Webber*

Webber

Kisitu 1

Webber

Webber 1

Webber

Webber

Kisitu

Kisitu

Webber

Webber

Webber

Webber

Webber

Webber

Dorling

Dorling

Dorling*

Dorling

Dorling

Brown+

Brown

Webber

Brown

Brown

Webber

Elliott

Webber*

Elliott

Elliott

Elliott

Elliott

Elliott*

Brown

Elliott*

Ball

Ball

Brown

Elliott

Elliott

Elliott

Elliott

Ball

Ball

Ball

Kisitu

Kisitu

Kisitu

Elliott*

Elliott

Kisitu

Kisitu

Kisitu

Kisitu

Elliott*

Kisitu

Kisitu

Kisitu

Kisitu

Elliott

Elliott*

Kisitu

Kisitu

Blewordah

Blewordah

Blewordah

Blewordah

Blewordah

Blewordah

Blewordah

Blewordah

Blewordah

Okimeji

Okimeji

Okimeji

Okimeji

Guthrie

Guthrie*

Brown

Allan

Brown

Brown*

Brown

Coker

Brown*

Guthrie 1

Brown

Guthrie*

Brown

Guthrie*

Brown*

Okimeji*

Guthrie*

Brown

Guthrie

Guthrie

Brown*

Okimeji*

Brown

Brown*

Okimeji

Coker* 1

Coker* 1

Guthrie*

Guthrie*

Smith* 1

Okimeji

Okimeji

Okimeji*

Okimeji*

Davisson*

Parkinson*

Parkinson*

Parkinson*

Davisson

Davisson

Davisson

Allen*

Allen

Parkinson*

Allen

Parkinson

Crimmen

Chambers

Gorham

Gorham

Gorham

Gorham

Gorham 1

Gorham

Gorham

Coker

Gorham

Gorham

Gorham*

Allan

Gorham 1

Ball 1

Gorham

Gorham

Gorham

Gorham

Gorham

Gorham+

Gorham

Ball

Gorham 1

Gorham

Gorham

Gorham

Gorham

Gorham

Gorham

Gorham

Gorham

Gorham

Gorham

Gorham

Gorham

Gorham

Gorham

Gorham

Gorham

Webber

Webber

Ball

Ball

Dorling

Allan+

Dorling

Dorling*

Allan

Allan

Allan

Allan*

Webber

KEY to above grid:

@ = After Extra Time

& = Lost on Pens

+ = Own Goal

# = Sent Off

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

* = Subs used and players substituted

** = Sub was Substituted


6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 16 17

Ball 1

Ball

Ball

Ball*

Ball*

Allan

Allan

Brown

Allan

Allan

Allan

Dawodu 1

Coker*

Coker

Coker

Coker

Coker

Allan

Coker

Coker

Coker

Coker

Coker

Coker

Coker

Coker

Coker

Ball

Ball

Allan

Guthrie

Coker

Coker

Coker#

Coker

Alan

Allan

Ball

Coker

Coker 1

Coker

Coker

Allan*

Allan

Dorling

Allan

Allan

Webber

Webber

Webber*

Chambers*

Crimmen

Phillip*

Phillip*

Phillip*

Phillip

Phillip

Carvalho

Phillip

Blake*

Phillip

Phillip*

Phillip*

Guthrie

Phillip 1

Batula*

Phillip

Phillip*

Phillip*

Loynes

Loynes

Loynes

Loynes

Loynes

Phillip 1

Phillip

Loynes*

Loynes*

Guthrie*

Phillip*

Webber

Phillip*

Smith*

Loynes*

Loynes

Phillip*

Webber

Phillip*

Phillip*

Guthrie*

Phillip*

Dawodu

Dawodu

Dawodu*

Loynes 1

Loynes*

Loynes

Smith* 1

Smith*

Dua

Loynes*

Loynes

Parkinson 1

Ardeniz

Dawodu

Dawodu 1

Guthrie

Guthrie

Dowadu

Dawodu

Dawodu

Dowadu 1

Dawodu* 1

Blake*

Dawodu 1

Batula*

Dawodu 1

Dawodu

Dawodu 1

Dawodu

Guthrie*

Dawodu

Dawodu

Dawodu

Dawodu

Dowodu

Dawodu

Dawodu

Okimeji

Dawodu

Dawodu

Okimeji

Dawodu

Webber

Okimeji

Davisson

Davisson

Davisson

Davisson

Davisson*

Davisson

Davisson

Dawodu

Davisson*

Davisson

Davisson 1

Dawodu*

Guthrie*

Okimeji

Okimeji

Okimeji

Guthrie

Chambers

Chambers

Algar*

Parkinson*

Rowland*

Rowland 1

Rowland

Rowland

Rowland*

Rowland*

Rowland 1

Smith* 1

Rowland

Rowland

Rowland

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Match Reports by Tony Rickson

Easter Monday 2nd April 2018

Bostik South League

Ramsgate 1 Sittingbourne 1 Att 206

Rather than storming through the 50-point barrier, Sittingbourne edged their way to within a point

of it thanks to sub David Smith’s second half penalty equaliser.

This was their first draw in 21 games, and a fair result, too, with neither side doing quite enough

to win their Easter Monday derby.

The energy and drive that Sittingbourne brought to the recent games against South Park and

Greenwich Borough was strangely missing, and it took a couple of second half substitutions to

shake them up enough to hit back for a draw.

Still, that’s just one defeat in the last four games, a much-improved record on what had gone before.

Sittingbourne made three changes from the team that did well in defeat against Greenwich the

previous Tuesday, with Chris Webber and Germaine Dua returning, and exciting Swiss prospect

Seyfettin Ardeniz given his full debut.

Captain Webber was excellent in the heart of the defence, showing good determination and terrific

positional sense, while Ardeniz looks quite a find. Tricky on the ball, and with a good turn of

speed, he was the main threat all game to the Ramsgate defence, even though his covering

back needs a bit of working on. Home fans haven’t seen him yet, but it’s a treat to look forward

to.

On a breezy day and on a sometimes bobbly pitch, it was a low-key first half with chances few

and far between.

For Sittingbourne, Ardeniz got round the back of the Ramsgate defence but his cross was cut

out, and the same player forced a free-kick just outside the area only for Reiss Crimmen to hit it

over the bar.

At the other end Harry Brooks advanced to make a good save with his feet as Penny turned up

in space, and then watched as Millbank headed narrowly over, but a lot of the play was confined

to midfield with both sides guilty of giving the ball away too much.

Ramsgate made a positive start to the second half and having always looked at their most dangerous

from corners against a not very tall Sittingbourne side, they took the lead when Brickies

old boy Ollie Gray headed one in from six yards.

Sittingbourne responded and gradually began to thread some better moves together with Lewis

Chambers hitting the bar after Crimmen’s long throw had caused problems for the home defence.

The introduction of David Smith and Tyrone Guthrie from the subs’ bench gave Sittingbourne

much more thrust and positivity, but it was Ardeniz who created the equaliser when his cross

was stopped by a defender’s hand. Smith smoothly converted the resulting penalty, sending the

keeper one way and stroking the ball the other side.

Sittingbourne looked the likelier of the sides to grab a late winner, but they needed Brooks to be

alert when he dived to his right to fist away a Ramsgate free-kick.

Deep into injury time and Sittingbourne forced a corner that Chambers headed goalwards only to

see a defender scoop it off the line.

Sittingbourne’s midfield has impressed in recent matches with their hard running and commitment

but although that was somehow missing this time, at least they returned from their Bank

Holiday trip to the seaside with something to show for their troubles.

Sittingbourne: Harry Brooks, Josh Dorling, Fabrice Blewordah, Lewis Chambers (Yellow card),

Chris Webber, Reiss Crimmen, Seyfettin Akdeniz, Dan Parkinson (Seb Rowland, 90 min), Kane

Rowland (Tyrone Guthrie, 64 min), Germaine Dua (David Smith, 57 min), Tom Loynes. Subs not

used:


Away Travel

Wednesday 11th April KO 7.45PM. Hythe Town. Hythe Town Football Club, Reachfields

Stadium, Fort Road, Hythe, Kent, CT21 6JS Leave the M20 at junction 11, then at the roundabout

take the 3rd exit onto the B2068, signposted Hastings, Hythe. At the next roundabout

take the 2nd exit onto Ashford Road, A20. Continue forward onto Ashford Road, A20. Entering

Newingreen, at the T-junction turn left onto Hythe Road, A261, signposted Hythe. Continue forward

down London Road, A261. Entering Hythe, continue forward at the traffic lights onto

Scanlons Bridge Road, A2008. Turn right at the next set of lights onto Dymchurch Road, A259.

Either take the 1st left down Fort Road and turn right at the end of Fort Road for the car-park, or

after a few hundred yards turn left onto the Reachfields estate. Follow the road round and the

stadium will be on your right.

Nearest Rail: Sandling

The nearest train station to Reachfields is Sandling. There are regular trains to Sandling from

London Bridge and London Charing Cross, as well as Ashford International. From the station

the ground is approximately half an hour on foot and would include a steep climb on the homeward

journey. Therefore a taxi is advisable, Folkestone Taxi's 01303 252000.

Saturday 14th April, KO 3.00PM. Phoenix Sports . The Mayplace Ground, Mayplace Road

East, Bexleyheath, DA7 6JT

Take the A223 exit from the A2 (signpost Crayford, Bexley, Bexleyheath, Town Centre, A220).

Keeping Left Continue onto Southwold Road A223 and at the roundabout take the first exit to

curl back over the A2. At the roundabout take the 3rd exit onto A223 Bourne Rd. After 0.8 mile

go right on the roundabout onto A207 London Rd. Turn Left onto Crayford High Street and then

second left onto Mayplace Road East. Nearest Station is Crayford 26 mins, 1.4 miles.


Harry Brooks: Goalkeeper. Started season as

reserve keeper but made a number of notable

performances when called upon and made the

position his own. He was outstanding against a

strong Dover Athletic side in the Kent Senior Cup

in September. Harry played for Whitstable Town

reserves last season.

Chris Webber: Defender. Joined Sittingbourne

from Canterbury City at the beginning of this season.

Has also played for Billericay and Faversham

Town.

Fabrice Blewordah; Defender. Born in Ghana

but of Swedish nationality, Fabrice joined Sittingbourne

in February 2018. He has played in

Sweden and when he came to England he played

for Lordswood and Faversham Town.

Lex Allan: Defender. 6’ 7” Lex was spotted playing

in local football and offered a trial with Sittingbourne.

It soon became clear that he had

great potential. This potential has been spotted

by a number of scouts. Lex has been invited to

play in trial matches and he has not looked out of

place in the company of more experienced players.

Josh Dorling: Defender,Signed in March 2018.

His previous club being Maidstone United where

he started as a youth player. Now formed a central

defensive partnership with Lex Allan.

Chris Elliott: Midfield/Defender. Chris made his

debut for Sittingbourne at the beginning of the

league season. One of his attributes is a very

long throw, Chris’s previous clubs are Herne Bay

and Folkestone Invicta where he picked up a serious

knee injury. He has also played for Ashford

United.

Jidi (Lawson) Okimeji: Midfield. Jidi made his

debut for Sittingbourne against Chipstead in the

first game of the 2017-2018 season. Lawson was

a full time youth player at Leyton Orient. Whilst at

Orient, he went on loan to Hampton & Richmond

Borough.

Dan Parkinson: Midfield. Experienced player

who came through the Morecambe youth academy

to sign a one-year contract for the 2011–12

season for the League two club. He then signed

for Barrow of the Conference North. He also

played on loan at Colwyn Bay and Vauxhall Motors

before moving South and playing for Maidstone

United (alongside his brother Jack) and

Tonbridge Angels. Dan originally joined Sittingbourne

last season but a knee injury put him

out for most of the season. He has now returned

and is slowly getting back to full fitness.Rhys

Bartlett: Midfield. Highly thought of youngster,

Rhys Bartlett is on Maidstone United’s books and

has played in their National League side. Rhys

has joined Sittingbourne to get more experience

and made his debut in January 2018 in the 4-9

victory over Guernsey.

Sittingbourne Squad

Josh Dorling: Midfield. Josh joined Sittingbourne

from Maidstone United in February

2018 where he played for their academy. Whilst

with the Stones, Josh had a week long trial with

Brighton & Hove Albion.

Lewis Chambers: Midfield, Lewis is another to

sign for new manager, Aslan, in March 2018. He

impressed right from his first game for the club.

He has played for Maidstone United youth.

Tom Loynes: Midfield/ Forward. Tom first

played for Sittingbourne in the 2012-13 season.

In between playing for us he has played at Ramsgate,

Whitstable Town and Sheppey United.

Since returning The Brickies at the beginning of

this season he has shown that he has lost none

of his skill and enthusiasm.

Kane Phillip: Midfield/Forward: Kane joined

Sittingbourne in February 2017, signing from Herne

Bay. He is another to have risen to the occasion

this season and is a crowd favourite.

Kane Rowland: Forward. Kane was with Whitstable

Town last season and scored 30 goals. He

started in the youth set up at Ramsgate before

joining Whitstable Town for the first time and

scored 16 goals whilst with them. He then joined

Margate before returning to Whitstable. The Ward

brothers then took Kane to Ramsgate.

David Smith: Forward. Joined Sittingbourne at

the beginning of the 2017-18 season. David has

a knack as coming off the subs bench and scoring

goals! David previously played for Lordswood.

Tyrone Guthrie: Forward. Joined Sittingbourne

at the beginning of the 2017-18 season. Tyrone

has previously played for Beckenham Town and

Fisher Athletic.

Germaine Dua: Forward. One of new manager,

Aslan Odev’s, new signings in March 2018. Very

quickly becoming a fan’s favourite. Germaine has

previously played for Crawley Green, Arlesey

Town Reserves and Hertford Town. Finished last

season with Chesham United and joined Waltham

Forest at the beginning of this. He then

played for Leatherhead where we signed him

from.

Harrison Hatfull: Forward. Second spell with

Sittingbourne. He originally joined us from Chatham

Town. He started this season with Herne

Bay before joining us in February 2018.

Seyfettin Akdeniz: Forward, Another of Aslan’s

new signings in March 2018. Seyfettin signed

from Swiss professional club FC Arbon 05. A

Turkish born Swiss national who made his debut

against South Park in March 2018 as soon as International

clearance was granted and immediately

impressed.

Max Farrelly/ Charlie Allen: Part of Sittingbourne

FC’s successful Under 18 side that

have impressed the manager enough to have a

place on the first team bench


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Brickies Lottery Results

The lottery is now even more attractive. There is now an annual prize (in December) of

£500, and each month a prize of £100. In addition Each week there are draws for £40 ( 3

prizes except for the week when there is a £100 prize when there will be two £40 prizes).

Week Commencing 2nd April 2018

£100 Ticket no: 537, Liz Head, Bromley

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Week Commencing 26th March 2018

£40 Ticket no: 275, Karen Hodges, Sittingbourne

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£40 Ticket no: 089, Katerina Jarrett, Sittingbourne

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Bostik South League Table to 05/04/2018

P W D L F A +/- Pts

1 Lewes 41 27 8 6 84 33 51 89

2 Carshalton Athletic 40 26 9 5 82 47 35 87

3 Greenwich Borough * 41 24 11 6 93 39 54 83

4 Cray Wanderers * 42 23 13 6 98 41 57 82

5 Corinthian-Casuals * 41 25 7 9 76 38 38 82

6 Walton Casuals * 41 22 11 8 86 46 40 77

7 Hythe Town * 41 21 10 10 78 56 22 73

8 Whyteleafe 41 18 12 11 73 59 14 66

9 Hastings United 41 17 12 12 75 62 13 63

10 Phoenix Sports 42 18 8 16 72 65 7 62

11 Thamesmead Town 40 16 10 14 88 74 14 58

12 Herne Bay 40 18 4 18 74 83 -9 58

13 Horsham 41 15 8 18 63 75 -12 53

14 South Park 37 15 6 16 65 67 -2 51

15 Sittingbourne 40 14 7 19 57 65 -8 49

16 VCD Athletic 41 14 5 22 66 80 -14 47

17 Chipstead 41 12 9 20 58 65 -7 45

18 Ramsgate 41 12 8 21 64 79 -15 44

19 Guernsey 39 11 9 19 56 81 -25 42

20 Faversham Town 42 11 8 23 55 71 -16 41

21 East Grinstead Town 42 9 9 24 62 117 -55 36

22 Ashford United 41 8 7 26 51 101 -50 31

23 Molesey (-3) 39 5 10 24 47 92 -45 22

24 Shoreham (-6) 39 3 5 31 31 118 -87 8

* These teams may be affected by the changes to promotion rules this season. The number in

brackets are points deducted..

Bostik South Matches Today

3pm Chipstead v Hastings United

3pm Corinthian-Casuals v Lewes

3pm East Grinstead Town v Phoenix Sports

3pm Faversham Town v Thamesmead Town

3pm Greenwich Borough v Hythe Town

3pm Shoreham v Herne Bay

3pm South Park v Horsham

3pm VCD Athletic v Cray Wanderers

3pm Walton Casuals v Carshalton Athletic

3pm Whyteleafe v Ashford United


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For any of the above opportunities see Glen Parkes or any other

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