Match Day Programmes Sittingbourne v VCD 22/6/19 & Haywards Heath 26/1/2019

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Joint Match Day Programmes Sittingbourne v VCD 22/6/19 & Haywards Heath 26/1/2019

SITTINGBOURNE FC

OFF ICAL MATC HDAY PROGRAMME - 2018-19

BOSTIK LEAGUE SOUTH EAST DIVISION


Sittingbourne Football Club is a UK company limited by

guarantee: Company registration number, 11360242.

Registered office: Woodstock Park, Broadoak Road,

Sittingbourne, ME9 8AG

Who’s who

President: Alan Barty

Vice Presidents: Tania Spice, Andy Spice, and John Cooper.

Directors: Maurice Dunk (Chairman), Ken Medwyn (Vice

Chairman), Peter Pitts (Company Secretary), John Pitts

(Football Secretary / Treasurer). Colin Page, Alan Barty, Glen

Parkes, Mick Sayce.

Other Committee members : Danny Appleton (Turnstile

Manager). Roger Pudner (Groundsman)

Other Key Personnel: Faye Goatham (Turnstile), Jackie

Mount (Programme sales), Tony Rickson (Match reporter),

Sandra Pitts (Boardroom), Clive Phillips (Club shop), Dudley

Hird & Tony Rickson (Club Historians). Roger Wilkins (Head

Steward)

Manager: Chris Lynch, Psychologist: Alex Brunette-Leach

Coaches: Jon Barrett, Josh Hall

Physio: Mark Wheeler

Kit Man: Warren Chambers

Playing Management Assistant: Harry Chambers.

Development Manager: Davis Sheepwash

The Isthmian League and Singbourne FC strongly supports the FA

statement that there should be a zero tolerance approach against

racism and all forms of discriminaon. Accordingly any form of discriminatory

abuse whether it be based on race or ethnicity , sexual

orientaon, gender, faith, age, ability or any other form of abuse

will be reported to the Football Associaon for acon by that Associaon.

(The FA 0800 085 0508 / kick it out 020 7253 0162)


SITTINGBOURNE V VCD ATHLETIC

Bostik South East, Tuesday 22nd January 2019, KO 7.45 PM

Manager: Chris Lynch

Coaches: Jon Barrett, Josh Hall

Physio: Marc Wheeler,

Psychologist: Alex Brunette-Leach

Kit Manager: Warren Chambers

Match Day Assistant: Harry Chambers

Manager: Keith McMahon

Asst Manager: Danny Lee

Head Coach: Mel Ramsey

GK Coach: Steve Watt

Physios: Alan Woodward

MATCH OFFICIALS

Referee: Kirsty Dowle (Ashford Kent)

Assistants: Richard Joss (Margate), Aivaras Lukauskis (Lewisham)

GOALS

SUBSTITUTE

PLAYER NO

PLAYER NO

SUBSTITUTE

GOALS

Patrick LEE (GK)

Chris WEBBER

Ardel NDEW

Arben MUSKAJ

Ben FITCHETT

Rob LOFTING

Lewis CHAMBERS

Tim BABBINGTON

Joe MANT

Tyrone GUTHRIE

Emmanuel UDOJI

Joe DENNY

Junior BAKER

Dominic ODUSANYA

Alex GAGGIN

Dominic VINENT

Tom LOYNES

Ali FUSEINI

Henry WOODS

Tommie FAGG

Johan CANEY-BRYAN

Billie LEWINS

Liam MIDDLETON

Khalel McFARLANE

Matt FUNNELL(GK)

Remell DAVIS

Billy LEWINS

Charlie MacDONALD

Courtney BARRINGTON

Aymun El-MOYHALBEL

Malachi HUDSON

Tom CECIL

Jeffery GYAMFI

Jake McINTYRE

Jack STEVENTON

Moses ASHIKODI

Roman CAMPBELL


SITTINGBOURNE V HAYWARDS HEATH TOWN

Bostik South East, Saturday 26th January 2019, KO 3.00PM

Manager: Chris Lynch

Coaches: Jon Barrett, Josh Hall

Physio: Mark Wheeler

Psychologist: Alex Brunette-Leach

Kit Manager: Warren Chambers

Assistant: Harry Chambers

Manager : Shaun Saunders

Team Admin: Roy Staughton

Team Admin: Stuart Morgan

MATCH OFFICIALS

Referee: Isaac Searle (Dover)

Assistants: Simon Cutler (Sheerness), Joshua Smith (Tunbridge Wells)

GOALS

SUBSTITUTE

PLAYER NO

PLAYER NO

SUBSTITUTE

GOALS

Patrick LEE (GK)

Chris WEBBER

Ardel NDEW

Arben MUSKAJ

Ben FITCHETT

Rob LOFTING

Lewis CHAMBERS

Tim BABBINGTON

Joshua HEYBURN

Sean RODDY

Luke ROBINSON

Byron NAPPER

Nathan COOPER

Joshua SPINKS

Callum SAUNDERS

Kane LOUIS

Tom LOYNES

Melford SIMPSON

Henry WOODS

Tommie FAGG

Johan CANEY-BRYAN

Billie LEWINS

Liam MIDDLETON

Khalel McFARLANE

Matt FUNNELL(GK)

Remell DAVIS

Billy LEWINS

Karl AKEHURST

Alex LAING

Max MILLER

Alusine BANGURA

Omar FOLKES

Tyrese GRAY-BRANFORD

Anthony ENDER

George FENTON

Vincent FOELLA

Roman CAMPBELL


The Secretary’s Jottings

Good evening everyone, welcome to Woodstock

Park. Our visitors on Tuesday are VCD Athletic

and on Saturday, Haywards Heath Town. Welcome

to the players, Officials and Supporters of

both clubs and the match officials.

Lots to mention in my notes. The big news of

course was our manager of nearly one year,

Aslan Odev, resigning after we had a board meeting

a couple of weeks ago after a run of poor results

that gave us the worst recent record in our

division. We would like to place on record our

thanks for all the hard work and dedication he put

into the job. I’m sure the experience will bode well

for his future in the game. Aslan’s replacement is

Chris Lynch. As usual when a job comes up at

our level, we were inundated with applications

despite not actually advertising the vacancy. We

studied CV’s that were all very good. Mo and I

decided to meet with Chris and spent two hours

with him. In that time, he impressed us with his

knowledge of the club and the players we had in

our squad. He also detailed where he hoped to

take us and how he intended to move us out of

the relegation threat we have found ourselves in.

Chris was Head of development at Dover Academy

and has played at a professional level. He has

managed before but not at this level. We have a

reputation for giving new managers a chance.

Some like Steve Lovell and Richard Brady have

been successful, others not so. In general, though

they have all done a good job one way or another

for us. Chris has been very busy since we appointed

him having signed six players with more

to follow. The board do not expect a miracle overnight.

New players will not necessarily gel immediately

together or with our existing players. We

know that our fantastic supporters will back him

all the way as will the board.

Tuesdays and Saturdays matches are difficult

games for a settled team in this league let alone a

team like ours going through some major changes.

The task facing our new manager is a formidable

one and you will see a number of new signings.

Details of them will be in future programmes.

Chris’s first game in charge was a baptism of fire

with our much-changed team finding it difficult

against a very good and strong Ramsgate team.

Still they never gave up despite going down 4-0.

Some of Chris’s strongest signings were not available

to play on Saturday and we will see some

more new faces for these two games as Chris

tries to find his strongest eleven.

At last work has started on our new dressing

rooms. We are very grateful to Greg McHardy

who is involved with our Development side and

our Under 18’s for his sponsorship on this.

Thanks also to a few Swale and Kent councillors

who have donated part of their cash allotments to

us. We will need some volunteers to help with

some finishing tasks such as painting. Please let

me know if you are able to spare some time. The

Dressing rooms should be ready in around three

weeks’ time and will replace our existing dressing

rooms that do not meet (in a very minor way) the

new FA ground grading regulations that will become

compulsory on 31 st March 2019.

Some youth team members with the help of board

members Glen Parkes and Mick Sayce have

completed turning the old bowling green into a

floodlight training area and the old Bowling green

pavilion into offices and storage areas. The youth

teams and the ladies’ teams have already taken

advantage of the new facilities. We also intend to

erect lights so that floodlight training will be possible

on pitch 2.

On Saturday we welcome our Danish visitors,

supporters of Fremad Amager who are a Professional

side who play in the Danish First Division.

Much more on this later on in the programme.

Now for some very sad news. Sonia Crayford,

who was well known for selling raffle tickets at the

ground, has passed away. Sonia always took

pride in telling anyone who would listen that she

was 94. She would pop outside to have a “crafty”

cigarette. She always said it was a way of remembering

her husband. She was a lovely old lady

who loved the club. She really looked forward to

our home games so that she could have a chat

with everyone. Sonia raised a tremendous

amount of money for the club from selling the raffle

tickets. She really will be missed by everyone

who knew her. She leaves a son who lives in

America

On Saturday we have another home game when

we welcome Haywards Heath to Woodstock Park.

JOHN


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From the Programme Editor

As this is the first programme of 2019 I want to

wish you all a very happy and prosperous new

year. We certainly need a new year boost and I

am sure that Chris and his team will deliver the

goods. We all know though that with so many

departures and changes it will take time to turn

round our fortunes. All of the comings and goings

means that I have temporarily omitted our

player profiles, also I ran out of space when I

was guessing our current squad! This is an

updated version for the Haywards Heath Town

Game. Updated are appearances, League table

and middle

pages.

I well remember

some seasons

back, I believe it

was season

2008-09, when

we technically

got relegated

that year! However

the demise

of a club somewhere

in the

pyramid saved

us, I’m sure we

won’t need that

luck this year.

The reason I

remember that

season is that I

put some music

on the website

during the period

of the deciding games. That tune was the

“The final Countdown”. I remember it because I

had a complaint that someone opened the site

in their office and out blasted the tune, much to

their embarrassment !

Talking of the website I’m going to redesign it

so that its more mobile friendly.

I use Google analytics to monitor the usage of

the site and you may (or may not) be interested

to know that there have been 1,100 users

to the website in the period 15th to 21st January.

47.7% of these accessed the site via a

mobile, 35.9% via a desktop and 16.5% via a

tablet. The peak number of page views recently

was on 10th January when 1,125 pages

were accessed. So you can see it’s quite a

popular site...now for the advertisement! I’m

going to include ads now on the match report

and preview pages of the website. Cost will be

just £50 for every ad on either the match reports

or £100 for match reports and previews.

ALL proceeds will go straight to the club.

Please let me know via e mail to peter@sittingbournefc.co.uk

if you would like to

participate. I can provide shots of the analytics

reports that show a monthly user total of

around 4,500.

Our Twitter feed is also quite a success with

nearly 5,500 follower.

In the next few weeks you will notice some

ground improvements. John has already mentioned

that we are to get new dressing rooms,

but there will also be some new fencing going

up, and it’s a great big thank you to Sittingbourne

based Heras fencing for gifting us

some £2000 worth of Heras fencing and gates.

On the subject of new dressing rooms there

has already been one club who have resigned

themselves to relegation at the end of the season,

as they can’t afford to upgrade their dressing

rooms to the new FA standard. That Club is

Aylesbury Utd who are in Division 1 Central of

the Southern League, which is the same level

as us. I can’t believe that there won’t be more

clubs at our level and above who will find themselves

in the same plight as Aylesbury. I have

reproduced Aylesbury Utd’s statement on the

issue later on in the programme. .

Peter

The Three Hats Pub

Sponsors of Sittingbourne FC

93 High Street, Milton Regis


VCD Athletic — A Brief History

VCD Athletic FC is one of only a few clubs to

have originated during the Great War when, in

1916 it was formed by workers employed at the

Vickers armaments factory in Crayford. The

Company originally played only interdepartmental

games until it was decided that

the best players from the various sections would

be elected to represent the firm. The club have

played at the firm's sports ground, Oakwood, in

Old Road, Crayford, from the outset right up to

the present time, except for eight seasons spent

ground sharing whilst trying to get permission

for the erection of floodlights.

In the early days, only friendly matches were

played as there were no official competitions

during the war years, and records show that a

club called Vickers (Erith) joined the re-formed

Kent League in 1919, changing their name to

Vickers (Crayford) a year later. In their first season

in the Kent League they visited Maidstone

United on Boxing Day and played in front of a

crowd of 13,500. The Vickers team that day

contained seven Arsenal players who were finishing

off their war service. Two years later,

Vickers joined the Dartford & District League,

followed by entry into the newly formed Kent

Amateur League, Division One in 1923. Their

first trophies came in 1927 when they won the

Kent FA Junior Cup and the Kent Benevolent

Cup.

It was a further 25 years before more silverware

came their way, when they won the Kent

Division One title in 1953. The Kent Amateur

Cup was won in 1962 and in 1964 but the following

season saw a spectacular slump and relegation,

with a record of P24 W0 D2 L22, goals

for 25, goals against 199.

Promotion was gained in 1969, but after a mediocre

period during the 1970s, they were relegated

in 1980 back to Division Two. A season

later they were promoted back to Division One

and in 1985 won the championship, gaining promotion

to the restructured Premier Division. By

now the Kent Amateur League had changed its

name to the Kent County League and the club

enjoyed further success when they won the

Kent FA Intermediate Shield in 1988. In the

same year the club was involved in the last ever

match played at Maidstone United's London

Road ground when they won the West Kent

Challenge Cup.

In 1993, Martin Ford joined the club as manager

and, in season 1995/1996 a unique cup treble

was achieved with wins in the Kent Intermediate

Shield, Kent County League Cup, and the Erith

Hospitals Cup. Season 1996/1997 then saw the

club win the Kent County Premier Division title

for the first time in their history, and by a record

15 points. Senior status was awarded that same

year and a successful application was made to

join the Winstonlead Kent League where, in

their first season in modern times, VCD Athletic

finished in a creditable ninth place. The following

season saw the club begin a ground-share

with Thamesmead Town, finishing up in seventh

place but also reaching the final of the Kent

League Cup, where they lost 1-0 to Deal Town

in a closely fought match. Deal at this time were

assembling the side that was later to win the FA

Vase at Wembley.

A season later the club went one better, beating

Faversham Town 4-0 in the final to bring the

club a first ever senior trophy, and the season

after that the club made its third consecutive

cup final appearance when they reached the

final of the Kent Senior Trophy. However, they

narrowly missed out on more silverware when

they went down 10-9 on penalties to Whitstable

Town. The club eventually spent five seasons

as tenants of Thamesmead Town before Lordswood

FC kindly took their place for two seasons.

Then the club embarked on a one year

term with near neighbours Greenwich Borough,

and despite the handicap of having to groundshare,

VCD were consistently one of the

league's strongest members during their time in

the league.

The club reached the final of the League Cup in

2002/2003, but on the day there was no celebration

as VCD were comfortably beaten 2-0 by

Cray Wanderers. The following season was a

disappointment as far as the cups were concerned,

but a creditable third place was

achieved in the league. Continued


VCD Athletic — A Brief History

Further cup success followed however when, in

season 2005/2006 the club reached the final of

the Kent Senior Trophy for the second time.

Having suffered a loss in the first final on penalties,

there was a reversal of fortune this time

when, after having drawn 1-1 with Tunbridge

Wells at the end of extra time, the VCD players

held their nerve to win the penalty shoot-out 3-

1.

During 2005 the long awaited news the club

wanted to hear finally arrived when planning

permission for floodlights and the development

of the Oakwood ground was granted by Bexley

Council. This, together with a substantial grant

from the Football Stadia Improvement Fund,

part of the Football Foundation, enabled work

to commence early in 2006. The pitch was levelled,

rotated 90 degrees and re-laid. New perimeter

paths were laid, along with perimeter

fencing to enclose the pitch. Floodlights were

erected in June 2006, at the same time that

work on enhancing the changing rooms also

began. The spectator stand was re-sited and

extended, and further additions included a new

raised hospitality area situated to overlook the

pitch, and a new tea bar adjacent to the popular

members bar.

At the end of the 2007 season Martin Ford resigned

as manager, and the club are grateful

for his vision and enthusiasm over the years

that took VCD from being a Kent County

League side to one that was always around the

top of the table in the Kent League, and on his

departure the club had just reached the last 16

of the prestigious FA Vase for the second consecutive

season. Head coach Dean Frost took

over as caretaker manager, and under his

guidance the club obtained runners up spot in

the league, narrowly missing out to Whitstable

Town, and then the following season Paul Foley

was appointed manager of the first team,

with Dean Frost reverting to his former position

of head coach. Under their stewardship the

club finished runners up once more. A year later,

the club finally won the Kent League Premier

Division title together with the Kent Senior

Trophy, culminating in the long awaited promotion

to the Ryman Football League.

The first season was a success with an 8th

place finish, but the club were left stunned

when the Ryman League deemed ground issues

warranted demotion, and despite an appeal

to the Football Association, the decision

was upheld and the club went back to the Kent

League. Manager Paul Foley resigned to join

Chatham Town, taking virtually the whole team

with him, and the club appointed former reserve

team manager Ricky Bennett his replacement.

Under his leadership VCD achieved

third place in his first season, and in the 2nd

season won the Kent League Cup, beating Corinthian

2-0 in the final. We also lifted a second

trophy with a 3-2 victory over league champions

Herne Bay in the Kent League Challenge

Shield. Midway through season 2012/2013

Ricky Bennett left the club due to outside pressures,

and in his place the club secured the

services of Tony Russell, previously manager

of Erith Town FC, who joined with his assistant

Ray Powell. With most of the players leaving

with the previous manager the club was in disarray,

but a side was quickly formed by the

new management, and a magnificent record

breaking run of 17 victories and 2 draws in the

last 19 league fixtures enabled the club to once

more gain promotion to the Ryman Football

League Division 1 North. On the last day of the

season, sitting in 2nd place the Vickers defeated

Romford FC 6-0 while leaders Witham

Town could only draw their last game which

saw us secure the title by a point, taking the

club to the Premier Division, its highest ever

level in the pyramid. The club struggled for a lot

of the season, spending most of the time in the

relegation places but winning the last 6 games

saw us climb to safety, finally finishing in 18th

position to maintain our place in the division.

Manager Tony Russell immediately resigned,

joining Cray Wanderers FC in Division 1, taking

his entire side with him but the club acted

quickly to secure the services of Keith McMahon

as new First Team Manager. Keith worked

tirelessly and brought in some excellent players,

but the club was relegated back to Division

1 (North). The club finished 17th out of 24 last

season.


Haywards Heath, a brief History

The first match played by a team representing Haywards Heath was in March 1888,

which provided the impetus for the formation of 'Haywards Heath After a brief

change of name to 'Excelsior' in 1894, the club adopted the name 'Haywards Heath FC'

in 1895. Without a home the club led a somewhat itinerant existence in its early

days, playing most of its games away until 1895 when it was offered the use of the field

in South Road which was later to become Victoria Park and club's home until

Haywards Heath FC lifted its first silverware in 1900 when it won the Sussex Cup

and played in the

League of which it was one of the founding members.

1901-1906 the club finish as runners-up in the senior division in four of its first five

seasons, then division 2 winners in 1911-12 after relegation

Haywards

Heath were Mid-Sussex League without a They won the

title again in and went on retain for the next two losing only one

match in each

In 1926 the club transferred to the Hove & District League and, after

the league tle at the very first attempt, joined the Sussex County League the following

The first seasons in the County League (1926-1932) saw the club finish in the

top four but they were sadly to finish bottom of the league in the 1932-33 season.

1941-42, the club won the Sussex

Senior Cup and, after the war, were the league's Eastern Division winners of 1945-46. A

single division league was re-introduced the following year which the club won both

1949-50 and again in 1950-51.

1952 saw the club finally move from Victoria Park to the newly finished Hanbury Stadium

which enabled it to join the Metropolitan League which the reserve sides of

professional clubs such as West Tottenham, Chelsea and Arsenal After a promising

first season in fifth place, the club struggled against the professional opposition

bottom in 61, elected to re-join the Sussex County

The Division 1 title was won in 70 and the League Cup in The club was

also runners-up in 1974-75 but were relegated at the end of the 1979-80 season. The

Division 2 Cup was won in 1983-84 as runners-up in the club gained promotion

back into senior 1988 the present name of Haywards Heath Town

Football Club was in it's centennial year to reflect the status of Haywards

Heath itself.

Two successive relegations in 1992 and 1993 saw the club drop into the third

where won the Division 3 Cup in The following year as Division 3

HHTFC promoted back to 2 but were again relegated after only one

season. The Division 3 Cup was won in 2008-09 however and in 2012-13 (again as

) the club gained promotion back into Division

On the rebranding of the Sussex County League to the Southern

was renamed Division 1 and the title was won in that first season, earning

Heath Town FC promotion to the Premier The club finished top of

the division following season and were due to be promoted to the Isthmian League.

Unfortunately, was following a deduction awarded due to an

inadvertent off-field administrative error. The club however responded by the

Premier again in 2017-18 along with the Peter Bentley League and are

now proud members of the Bostik South East Division of the Isthmian league.


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Denny

Allan

Denny

Allan

Allan

Allan

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Allan

Fitchett

Fitchett

Fitchett

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

Webber

Webber

Crimmen

Webber

Webber

Webber

Fitchett 1

Fitchett

Fitchett

Chambers

Fitchett

Fitchett

Denny

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Fitchett

Allan 1

Denny

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Fitchett

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Fitchett

Fitchett 1

Fitchett

Fitchett

Webber

Chambers

Chambers

Jackson 1

Jackson 2

Adebayu 1

Jackson 2

Jackson

Jackson

Ke Orenuga*

Jackson+

Adebeyo

Loynes 2

Adebeyo*

Jackson

Jackson

Jackson

Jackson

Jackson

Jackson

Fagg*

Fagg*

Jackson 1

Jackson

Jackson

Carvalho*

Carvalho 1

Carvalho*

Carvalho

Carvalho

Woods

Adebeyo

Adebayo

Chambers

Chambers*

Chambers

Chambers*

Chambers 1

Chambers*

Chambers

Chambers*

Parkinson*

Chambers

Chambers

Chambers

McFarlane

Chambers*

Chambers

Chambers

Chambers

Chambers

Chambers

Dawodu*

Dawodu*

Woods

Parkinson*

Chambers

Woods* 1

Chambers

Fagg

Fagg*

Dawodu*

Dawodu*

CaneyBryan*1

Dawodu*

Dawodu

Dawodu*

Dawodu*

Dawodu

Dawodu 1

Dawodu

Dawodu

Dawodu

Caney-Bryan1*

Caney-Bryan*

Elder* 1

Elder*

Elder

Jackson

Jackson

Elder*

Smith

Smith

Smith*

Smith* 1

Smith*

Smith* 1

Elder

Loynes*

Campbell 1

Fagg*

Fagg

Dawodu*

Fagg*

Fagg

Fagg

Fagg

Fagg*

Fagg 1

Fagg*

Fagg 1

Fagg#

Fagg

Dawodu

Dawodu

Dawodu*

Dawodu

Dawodu 1

Dawodu

Fagg

Fagg

Fagg 1

Fagg

Fagg

Fagg

Fagg

Fagg*

Lewins

Lewins*

Loynes* 1

Loynes* 1

Loynes*

Loynes*

Loynes*

Loynes* 1

Adebeyo 1

Adebayo*

Loynes*

Adebeyo

Loynes

Loybes*

Hatfull

Loynes

Loynes

Loynes

Loynes*

Loynes

Loynes* 1

Loynes

Loynes

Liynes

Loynes*

Loynes* 1

Woods*

Jackson

Adebeyo*

Middleton

Middleton

Hatfull

Hatfull

Jackson*

McFarlane*

Hatfull

Caney-Bryan

Caney-Bryan*

Loynes*

Hatfull*

Crimmen

Crimmen

Elder*

Webber

Dorling*

Crimmen*

Denny*

Crimmen

Dorling*

Dorling

Dorling

Dorling*

Waritay*

Riches

Dawodu*

Lofting

Lofting

Otuadinma*

Lofting*

Spencer

McFarlane*

McFarlane*

Elder*

Adebayo*

Adebayo*

Dorling

Loynes

Elder*

Crimmen*

Hatfull*

Denny

Dorling

Allan

East

Parkinson*

East

Hatfull*

Elder

Hatfull

Hatfull

Hatfull*

Adebeyo*

Elder

Lofting

Dawodu*

Phipps

Latunde*

McFarlane

Woods*

Adebayo*

Adebayo*

McFarlane*

Caney_Bryan*

McFarlane*

Elder* 1

Jackson*

Crimmen

Caney-Bryan*

Caney-Bryan*

Hatfull*

Denny

Riches*

Denny

Caney-Bryan*

Parkinson*

McFarlane

Hatfull*

Carvalho#

Caney-Bryan*

Otuadinma

Elder*

Dawodu*

Elder*

Latunde*

Dawodu*

Loynes

Adebeyo*

Morrell

CaneyBryan*

CaneyBryan*

Fagg

Caney-Bryan*

Canry-Bryan*

Adebeyo*

Riches*

Hatful

Elder

Denny

Caney-Bryan*

Hatfull*

Dawodu 1

Hatfull

Denny

McDarlane

Caney-Bryan*

Caney-Bryan*

Latunde*

Dawodu*

Elder*

Lofting

Jackson*

Otuadinma

Otuadinma

McDonagh*

East

Orenuga**

Caney-Bryan*

Brooks

Brooks

Lee

Brooks

Brooks

Lee

Brooks

Brooks

Brooks

Brooks

Brooks

East

Elder*

East

Canry-Bryan*

East

Pritchard

Pritchard

Lee

Funnell

Lee

Adebeyo*

Woods*

East

Funnell

Funnell

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Sittingbourne FC Appearances to 22/1/2019

Aylesbury FC—Statement re Dressing Rooms

This is how Aylesbury FC announced the news that they are unlikely to be able to provide

dressing rooms to the new FA requirement.

“Following the latest committee meeting of Aylesbury FC the club would like to make the following

announcement.

The football club were contacted earlier this season regarding ground grading requirements for

next season. One of the main stipulations was regarding the changing areas, specifically the

total floor area in each of the three changing rooms, whilst the home and away changing rooms

are very close to the minimums needed the officials room would be considerably undersized.

After consultations with a local building contractor and his surveyor we were advised that a major

reconstruction would be needed to achieve the minimum requirements. This project would

need to be completed by March 31st, if not we would need to have planning/ finance/ and a

guarantee from the contractor that these works would be carried out by an agreed date. We

were informed that failure to achieve the ground grading would result in relegation.

The club began the process of putting together a plan regarding the funding and management

of the project to achieve the ground grading, but unfortunately very soon realised that the deadline

was simply not achievable.

Earlier this week we were contacted by the league to discuss this situation and were assured

that there would be no exceptions, the FA have made this very clear to them.

The decision was taken to make this announcement as relegation is now unavoidable despite

all of the hard work undertaken by the management, players and all the staff at the football club.

Although all the people involved with the club are obviously devastated by this situation we are

even more committed now to ensuring the future of Aylesbury FC, taking a step backwards to

once again move forward. Twenty years ago the club were playing local football and went on to

spend a sustained period at Southern League level - and will do so again!”


The Managers View

Our new manager Chris Lynch gives his view on Saturdays game:

My thoughts on the Ramsgate fixture.

It was always going to be difficult coming into

our first fixture away versus a recently in form

Ramsgate side, who's squad have been together

all season. We in contrast have had

several weeks of change, with many players

leaving and a massively depleted squad in

terms of actual numbers and back up options

for every position.

We knew defensively it would be a challenge,

with the injury last Saturday to Centre back

Lex Allan with no back up options available at

the club. Therefore, we gave debuts to two

new signings (none of which are centre

backs). Obviously no manager would plan on

major chances to the back line before a game,

nor playing players out of position, however,

that was the situation we faced, it was also unfortunate

knowing four of our new signings wouldn't arrive until next week.

I felt had Billy Lewins shot gone in, in the first minute, the game could have panned out a little

different, you take an early lead, confidence grows and the home side are immediately put on

the back foot, however, it wasn't meant to be, to be fair to Ramsgate they took full advantage.

What did encourage me was the never give up attitude of the players after the second and

third goals went in. They carried on trying - which is great testament to their character.

I was told before I came here how good the fans here are, they never stopped singing even

after the final whistle, amazing support, which everyone of us are truly thankful for. We aim to

show you how much that means to us over the next few months. I would ask you all to keep

showing that great support for us, as you are our 12th man on the field, together we can

achieve the ambitions of the club.

We truly begin our resurgence on Tuesday evening where we face VCD Athletic. In the mean

time, I would just like to thank you all for your continued support and we hope to very quickly

start picking up the points we need on the road to safety.

WE ARE IN IT TOGETHER, AND THE TIDE WILL TURN.

Welcome Party for the Danes

You are invited!! (If you read this at the Haywards Heath game then I’m sorry but the party’s

finished!)

SFC are hosting a welcome party for their Danish Friends from Fremad Amager and you

are all invited!

FREE buffet and FREE entry for all Brickies and their friends.

Two live bands:

1) Surrey Based Indi Rockers- “Left Of The Dial”

2) Local 60’s to 80’s Rock and pop covers band- “Marvellous Mo and The Back Line Ferrets”

Hope to see you there!


Match Reports by Tony Rickson

Sunday 23rd December 2018

Bostik League South East Division

Cray Wanderers 2 Sittingbourne 1, att 259

Outclassed for the first 20 minutes, Sittingbourne

eventually made quite a game of it and Cray, unbeaten

at home all season, will have been glad to

eventually settle for all three points.

4-1 in their previous game, influential top

goalscorer Tommy Loynes out injured with Henry

Woods replacing him.

Midway through the first half Cray took the lead,

Dadson outwitting an isolated Danny Devine in a

one-on-one down the left and although Ben Fitchett

blocked the low cross it fell nicely for Pritchard

to follow up and lash it high into the net.

Either Cray sat back or more possibly Sittingbourne

began to play themselves into the

game and Gil Carvalho hit over a fine cross from

the left that Smith couldn’t quite reach.

Sittingbourne were making a determined effort to

win the ball back over the pitch and when a Cray

defender slipped in possession just outside his

own area in the 35th minute, Smith was onto it.

He jinked past the last man and was about to

close in on goal with the ball on his favoured left

foot when Nelson brought him down. It looked a

red card all day, but the referee gave the Cray

player the benefit of the doubt which he didn’t extend

to unlucky Lex later on.

Cray doubled their lead just after some good

chances for Sittingbourne, when a shot pinged off

the far post and fell nicely for the following-up

Mundele to score comfortably.

Sittingbourne were rewarded after 87 minutes for

their when a corner was cleared to captain Chris

Webber. He shrugged off one challenge, steadied

himself, and hit a terrific shot over the keeper and

into the net from all of 30 yards out.

The drama wasn’t over as Taylor and Allan jostled

each other for a 90th minute through ball, the

referee, chasing to catch up with play, ruling that

Allan was the offender and sending him off.

Saturday 29th December 2018

Bostik South East

Sittingbourne 2 Herne Bay 3. Att 273

On a grey day that was perfect for football, Sittingbourne

attracted by far their biggest home

crowd of the season but ended up second best to

a Herne Bay side including eight of their former

players. And one of the other three’s the son of

ex-Sittingbourne player Paul Carlton.

Sittingbourne made a bright start to the game.

Under-pressure Bay cleared a fifth minute freekick

out of their area but Sittingbourne captain

Chris Webber headed it back in, and David Smith

read the situation perfectly to nip behind the defence

and easily lob it home past the advancing

Simon Overland.

Sittingbourne were flying, full of confidence at this

stage, and added a second seven minutes later

when Henry Woods pounced on a loose ball after

Danny Rumbol blocked a shot and coolly leftfooted

it first time into the corner of the goal.

Although Sittingbourne continued to dominate the

first half-hour and both Tommy Fagg, with a shot

that was deflected for a corner, and Jackson, with

a close-range header, both went close.

Bay hadn’t shown much at all but they were given

a lifeline in the 33rd minute when Fagg clipped a

Bay player when back helping defend a corner

and the referee awarded a penalty which Jake

Embery comfortably converted.

At first, Sittingbourne looked to be controlling the

second half but their finishing was poor with Lewis

Chambers blazing a shot too high and Smith

shooting tamely after a good turn had put him in

with a chance.

The game changed on 55 minutes with a simply

amazing goal by Bay substitute Ronald Sobowale.

He raced from the halfway line into the Sittingbourne

area but when forced wide, he simply

kept on feigning to shoot and avoiding tackles,

working his way back into a central position before

firing home. Sittingbourne lost their way after

this and they’ve been vulnerable to late goals for

a while now, and they conceded the winner in the

87th minute from a set piece. A ball played in

from deep on the left was headed back across

goal and Connor Wilkins tucked in the winner at

the far post.

Sittingbourne: Patrick Lee, Danny Devine, Chris

Webber, Dan Parkinson (Yellow card), Lex Allan

(Red card), Ben Fitchett, Gil Carvalho (Chimidi

Otuadinma, 82 min), Lewis Chambers, David

Smith (Bola Dawodu, 62 min), Tommie Fagg,

Henry Woods (David Latunde, 73 min) . Sub not

used: Rob Lofting.

Sittingbourne: Patrick Lee, Danny Devine, Chris

Webber, Lewis Chambers (Yellow card), Lex Allan,

Ben Fitchett (Yellow card), Gil Carvalho,

Henry Woods (Bola Dawodu, 42 min), David

Smith (Xavier McDonagh, 84 min), Tommie Fagg

(Yellow card), Ira Jackson (Yellow card). Subs

not used: Rob Lofting, Franklin Phipps, Mason

East.


Match Reports by Tony Rickson

Saturday 5th January 2019

Bostik South East

Hastings United 5 Sittingbourne 0, Att 430

On a chilly Sussex afternoon, Hastings began

like a club in hot pursuit of Cray Wanderers at

the top of the table and seemed to take absolute

control of the midfield area with more bodies in

that area than Sittingbourne.

They set up a huge scramble in the Sittingbourne

six-yard box after nine minutes following

a throw-in that was even longer than Lewis

Chambers can manage.

And they took the lead five minutes later when a

corner from the left beyond the far post was

headed back across goal for Dixon to score from

close range. It was an identical move to the one

that gave Herne Bay their winning goal in the

previous Sittingbourne match.

One soon became two when Mongoy showed

great skill to cut in from the left and score Hastings’

only goal from open play as he drove the

ball past Patrick Lee from a narrow angle – it reminded

me of Raheem Sterling scoring, and

that’s a compliment.

Sittingbourne were rocking and captain Chris

Webber and Lewis Chambers were booked in

quick succession before Hastings got a third on

25 minutes. And it was the same tactics as for

the first goal with an overhit corner headed back

across for Ajakaiye to score from a couple of

yards out.

After Hastings hit the post they got a fourth after

43 minutes when a huge throw-in from way out

was back-headed straight in by Dixon. Who says

that long throws never produce goals.

And the Hastings midfielder completed his hattrick

two minutes later, outjumping everyone to

score with a powerful header from yet another

home corner.

‘We’re going to win six-five’ sang the Sittingbourne

fans to greet the second half and although

nobody believed them at least their later

chant of ‘nil-nil in the second half’ was on target.

In cricket terms, Hastings declared on five and

basically played out the half with a lot of possession

at the back and the occasional quickfire

raids up front by lively and pacy substitutes.

Sittingbourne: Patrick Lee, Danny Devine, Rob

Lofting, Dylan Riches, Chris Webber (Yellow

card), Ben Fitchett (Yellow card), Gil Carvalho,

Lewis Chambers (Yellow card), Nathan Elder,

Tommie Fagg (Chukwumdike Otuadinma, 66

min), Izzy Adebayo (David Latunde, 69 min).

Subs not used: Tom Loynes, Mason East.

Saturday 19th January 2019

Bostik South East

Ramsgate 4 Sittingbourne 0, att 245

On a chilly afternoon near the coast, Sittingbourne

were swept aside early doors and

Ramsgate were ahead in just two minutes. A

blocked clearance fell nicely for Kane Rowland,

on loan from Folkestone, and he sent Millbank

through to shoot past Lee and inside the far post.

Just a few minutes later and Sittingbourne shot

themselves in the foot. Lee tried to play a short

goal-kick out to Fitchett and Rowland reacted

quickest to nip in and score an easy goal.

Sittingbourne were just trying to keep in it and

mount the occasional counter-attack and Fitchett

saw his effort cleared off the line and Henry

Woods went close with a header.

Loynes, who had been playing as the main striker

in his first game for a month because of injury,

limped off in the first half and although Sittingbourne

stuck manfully to their task, there was

clearly quite a gap between themselves and

Ramsgate. Not on the terraces, though, where

Sittingbourne’s fans were again outstanding and

unstinting in their support – after all, they’d seem

their team lose 5-0 last time out, and it must be

tough to stay so optimistic as they watched another

heavy defeat. Ramsgate added a third just

before the hour when Smith’s shot went in off

Lee, and they completed the scoring on 76

minutes when Chapman was sent clear in the

inside-left channel and went round the advancing

keeper to score.

Sittingbourne: Patrick Lee, Ardal Ndew (Rob

Lofting, 45 min), Chris Webber, Arben Muskaj,

Ben Fitchett (Yellow card), Lewis Chambers,

Henry Woods, Tommie Fagg, Tom Loynes (Keith

Orenuga, 36 min) (Izzy Adebayo, 72 min), Billy

Lewins, Liam Middleton. Subs not used: Khalel

McFarlane, Matt Funnell.


Velkommen til Fremad Amager supportere

A huge welcome to the Fremad Amager supporters who have made the trip over from Denmark to see

us. Hopefully that’s basically what the page heading says in Danish!!

Sittingbourne FC have formed a twinning arrangement with Danish Division 1 Club Fremand Amager,

fan club De Blå/Engle. (Blue and White Eagle) The initiative was prompted by ex Sittingbourne resident

Mark Chapman who now lives in Denmark, and who supports both clubs. Mark married a Dane and

works out of the British Embassy there.

The chairman of Sittingbourne Football club, Maurice Dunk, and the club committee are firmly behind

the proposals and this visit by the Danes (and Mark) is the first real step in what we hope will be a long term collaboration.

I know that already a number of Sittingbourne FC supporters want to make a trip over to Denmark.

This is how the blue / white engle fan club: De Blå / White Engle announced the twinning.

“THE BLUE / WHITE ENGLE has fans from near and far. We also have one from

Kent in England who has settled on our lovely island. This member has suggested a

collaboration between our fanclub (and in due course the football club) and

Sittingbourne FC.

The clubs fit well together as we have as many bankruptcies on the conscience

and a very loyal fan base.

Initially, the plan is to exchange merchandise, but we definitely have ideas to visit each other in England

and Denmark and we hope that training matches can become a reality. The fanclub will soon talk with

Fremad Amager Elite and the 2nd team about this.”

Fremad Amager are doing better than us in their league being exactly hallway.

Pos. Team Pld W D L Pts

1 Viborg 19 10 5 4 35

2 Silkeborg 19 9 4 6 31

3 FC Fredericia 19 9 2 8 29

4 Nykøbing FC 19 8 5 6 29

5 Næstved 19 8 5 6 29

6 Fremad Amager 19 7 7 5 28

7 HB Køge 19 8 3 8 27

8 Lyngby 19 6 5 8 23

9 Thisted 19 5 7 7 22

10 FC Roskilde 19 5 5 9 20

11 Hvidovre 19 5 5 9 20

12 FC Helsingør 19 4 7 8 19

Those we know who are making the trip are:

Mark Chapman

Jacob Tulinius

Michael Svendborg

Thomas Pedersen

Poul Dudal Madsen

Anders Hjarsø

Jesper Ottesen

Natacha Jønsson

Søren Fonsgart

Simone Lazare

Peter Jensen

Jimmy Birk

Tobias Birk

Carsten Leif Bendsen

Søren Kristoffersen

Stig Rydberg

Camilla Jauch


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).

Joining the lottery is, after attending home games, the most important way you can help to build

the club. Forms are available on our web site, or from any committee member.

Now is the time to join our lottery, see John Pitts, Peter Pitts (On the PA) or go to the

bar for a form, cost is just a £1 a week! (Payable monthly. Quarterly or annually)

Week Commencing 21st January 2019

£40, Ticket number 077, Madeline Bean, Sittingbourne

£40, Ticket number 092, Kate Hammond, Sittingbourne

£40, Ticket number 188, David Coveney, Sittingbourne

Week Commencing 14th January 2019

£40, Ticket number 011, Roger Pudner, Sittingbourne

£40, Ticket number 138, Anthony Smith, Bapchild

£40, Ticket number 376, Jackie Goatham, Sittingbourne

Week Commencing 7th January 2019

£100, Ticket number 471, April King, Sittingbourne

£40, Ticket number 350, Alan Forster, Bapchild

£40, Ticket number 134, Liam Fellows, Sittingbourne

Week Commencing 31st December 2018

£40, Ticket number 014, Jonathan Bore, Canterbury

£40, Ticket number 099, Chris Regan, Isle of Sheppey

£40, Ticket number 104, Don Ralph, Sittingbourne

Has your club taken precautions against Legionella? Oasis Water Treatment Ltd are

specialists at testing and advising about legionella in sports and recreational premises.

Legionella is a real threat where intermittent water usage is practised, such as occasional

use of shower facilities—Don’t take a risk, contact Oasis today


Bostik South League Table to 22/01/2019

P W D L F A +/- Pts

1 Cray Wanderers 21 17 3 1 45 18 27 54

2 Hastings United 21 14 2 5 49 24 25 44

3 Ashford United 21 12 3 6 46 21 25 39

4 Horsham 21 12 2 7 41 28 13 38

5 Whyteleafe 21 10 5 6 42 27 15 35

6 VCD ATHLETIC 21 11 1 9 39 37 2 34

7 HAYWARDS HEATH TOWN 21 9 6 6 37 29 8 33

8 Hythe Town 21 9 5 7 42 37 5 32

9 Phoenix Sports 20 7 8 5 41 38 3 29

10 Sevenoaks Town 21 8 4 9 29 30 -1 28

11 Ramsgate 21 7 6 8 34 33 1 27

12 Three Bridges 21 8 3 10 37 41 -4 27

13 Guernsey 21 7 3 11 30 40 -10 24

14 East Grinstead Town 21 6 5 10 36 43 -7 23

15 Whitstable Town 21 6 5 10 18 34 -16 23

16 Faversham Town 21 5 4 12 33 58 -25 19

17 SITTINGBOURNE 20 5 2 13 25 40 -15 17

18 Herne Bay 20 5 2 13 35 51 -16 17

19 Greenwich Borough 21 5 1 15 28 58 -30 16

20 Thamesmead Town 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Bostik South East Matches 26/01/2019

3pm

Faversham Town

v

Cray Wanderers

3pm Greenwich Borough v Whitstable Town

3pm Herne Bay v Hastings United

3pm Horsham v Ramsgate

3pm Sevenoaks Town v East Grinstead Town

3pm Three Bridges v Ashford United

3pm VCD Athletic v Hythe Town

3pm Whyteleafe v Phoenix Sports


Sponsorship Opportunities

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...............................£50

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

Inside Programme Advertising: (Black & White or Colour). From

£50.00 (Business card size)

Ground Perimeter Boards: Size 8 feet x 3 feet = £200, then £150

per year renewal.. Other sizes negotiable

For any of the above see any committee member. Or email

bournefc@hotmail.com

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