Sittingbourne v Hastings United Match Programme 20th April 2019

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Sittingbourne v Hastings United Match Programme 20th April 2019

SITTINGBOURNE FC

OFF ICAL MATC HDAY PROGRAMME - 2018-19

BOSTIK LEAGUE SOUTH EAST DIVISION

SATURDAY 20th APRIL 2019

SITTINGBOURNE V HASTINGS UNITED

Kick off 3.00PM


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, Assistant: Nathan Elder,

Coaches: Jon Barrett, Josh Hall. Physio: Marc Wheeler

Psychologist: Alex Brunette-Leach

Kit Man: Warren Chambers

Playing Management Assistant: Harry Chambers.

Development Manager: Davis Sheepwash

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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.

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SITTINGBOURNE V Hastings United

Bostik South East, Saturday 20th April 2019, KO 3.00PM

Manager: Chris Lynch

Ast Manager: Nathan Elder

Coaches: Jon Barrett, Josh Hall,

Physio: Marc Wheeler

Psychologist: Alex Brunette-Leach

Kit Manager: Warren Chambers

Team Assistant: Harry Chambers

Manager: Chris Agutter

Assistant Manager / Coach: Andrew Brown

Goalkeeping Coach: John McRae

Physio: Steve Hodges

Kit Man: Dane Martin

MATCH OFFICIALS

Referee: Isaac Searle (Dover)

Assistants: James Beal (Maldon), Richard Joss (Margate)

GOALS

SUBSTITUTE

PLAYER NO

PLAYER NO

SUBSTITUTE

GOALS

Patrick LEE (GK)

Chris WEBBER

Abdel NDEW

Jack MORRELL

Chris BARNARD

Kwasi AMOAH

Tom FAGG

Tim BABBINGTON

Izzy ADEBEYO

Henry WOODS

Billy LEWINS

Johan CANEY-BRYAN

Roman CAMPBELL

Liam MIDDLETON

Lex ALLAN

Kane PHILLIP

Louis ROGERS

Sam BEALE

Gary ELPHICK

Adam LOVATT

Daniel AJAKAIYE

Sam ADAMS

Jordy MONGOY

Jack TUCKER

Bradley STEVENSON

Lanre AZEEZ

Jack DIXON

Jahmal HOWLETT-MUNDLE

Sam CRUTWELL

Davide RODARI

Charlie HORLOCK

Hassan IBRAHIYM

Harry BARKWAY

Kane PHILLIP


From the Programme Editor

A warm welcome to our visitors Hastings and

also to the match officials.

Our Secretary John continues to sail the High

Seas so it is left to me once again to do the

welcomes and introductions.

We have lost our way a bit in the last few

games and Chris has explained it better than I

could in his article. Today will be an extremely

difficult game seeing as we were well beaten at

Hastings earlier in the season and Hastings

are very much in with a chance of reaching the

play offs.

Unless there is an avalanche of goals for

Greenwich Borough and against us in the last

three games and Greenwich win their two remaining

games we are now safe from relegation,

as we have a 16 goal difference advantage

on Greenwich and they can only equal

our current points tally. Its now between

Guernsey, Greenwich Borough and Faversham

Town to drop out. Both ourselves and Hastings

could have a say as Hastings finish the season

Home to Greenwich whilst we are Home to

Guernsey on the last day of the season. I

would think that Faversham Town will be safe.

We are of course now playing for pride as we

will want to finish above both Faversham Town

and Herne Bay, the team we play on Easter

Monday at Herne Bay.

This is the penultimate home game and its exciting

times for those clubs in the play off

chase. Cray Wanderers of course have

clinched the title and are now certain to be promoted,

but its not so cut and dry for the play off

winners. The Non league paper tomorrow will

tell you why, but I have done my own investigation

and so you can read in this programme

what a pigs ear promotion is for this season at

our step, step 4.

Also included in the programme is an article

that my wife wrote for the Tunstall Church

magazine. I have been writing a monthly article

for the church magazine for a couple of years

now but this month I handed that honour over

to the wife! She has, I believe, captured the

joys, woes and work in running a non league

club at this level. Alan Pinnegar, the vicar at

Tunsatll is a staunch Sittingbourne supporter!

The Bostik leagues charity for this season is

Save the Children and so they have asked all

member clubs over the Easter programme to

have a bucket collection for that charity, so

please give generously.

Don’t’ forget the music quiz at Woodstock on

the 26th April. Full details are in the ad in this

programme.

A very Happy Easter to you all and enjoy the

game today.

Peter


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From the Manager

"Not Good Enough" - is the only message

which can be sent out after our fifth straight defeat.

There can be no excuses here, and nowhere to

hide. Simply put the lads know we have not

been good enough over the past few weeks.

When your low on confidence and the little bit

of luck we all get from time to time just isn't

happening, things can be extremely hard to

take some times. Especially when we are creating

chances at the other end, but for whatever

reason/s a large majority are either going just

wide or hitting the bar/post on a regular basis.

Yesterday, we decided to change things up a

little and start in a very attacking 1-3-5-2 formation

utilising our strengths going forwards. It

was a game I felt we could and should win,

sometimes the best form of Defence is Attack.

Unfortunately, after 15 minutes we had to

change it back to a more familiar 1-4-4-2 as we

were just getting carved open down the right

wing far too easily. Even so, I felt we still had

more than enough to compete and return with

all three points. However, this was just not

meant to be. We have a real issue at present,

this has been a consistent theme all season,

we are gifting goals away to teams through our

own mistakes. If you look at the stats 92% of all

goals conceded since January 2019 have come

from unforced errors. This is an area we have

to address going into next season, as no club

can survive with percentages like these.

Here are some more stats which show a telling

picture.

We have conceded 37 times from 42 games in

all competitions so far this season. We had

kept only five clean sheets in all competitions.

This is why we are in the position we are in.

None of us can hide from the facts. We concede

too many and do not score enough. I

wanted desperately for us to comfortably survive

on our own terms. However, today we

found ourselves awaiting the result of the Gurnsey

v Greenwich match to give us a clearer picture

of exactly what we now have to do to ensure

our league status. Thankfully the match

ended 1-1 which means Greenwich have to win

their two remaining fixtures and we have to lose

all three of ours as well as having to concede

more than 16 goals in the process. The percentages

are with us, the relegation battle now

looks to be between Greenwich/Guernsey &

Faversham.

As it stands this is still not an acceptable position

to be in, the strange thing here is though

that should we win our last three games technically

that puts us inside the top ten, results depending

elsewhere. Its a very strange situation.

So, now we have to focus upon the next three,

and this week we will set the lads their last remaining

challenges for this season.

1. Can we finish the season on a high.

2. Can we win all three games of football.

Right now some would say this is near on impossible,

given our recent run of form, but I say

this is where we will see the true character and

desire of the current group. Can we dig in and

make ourselves hard to beat, three more times,

can we give the fans, the town, the club a finish

worthy of their continued support?

These are the questions each player will be

asked this week.

My apologies to all the travelling fans yesterday,

for us not immediately, going over to you

as you are accustomed too at the final whistle. I

instructed all players to gather around at the

end of the match as I felt so disappointed, I

wanted to talk to all the players there and then

in order to put across my immediate feelings on

what I had just witnessed.

When all is said and done, its 11v11 and the 11

who want it most will succeed. Talk Is cheap,

actions will always speak louder than words.

To the fans, I simply say this:

The lads will you need your support more than

ever going into the three remaining fixtures,

and we know with you behind us, (the best set

of fans in the league by a long shot), that we

will fight for every ball.

Finally I wish you and your family a very Happy

Easter

Chris Lynch


Hastings United— A Brief History

The present Hastings United Football Club has

existed continuously since 1901 having undergone

three changes of name. One consequence

of those name changes has been that

the club’s history has become inclined to be interwoven

with that of other clubs with similar

names and only recently has its history been

disentangled which is why it may now read

somewhat differently to previous versions.

The origins of the club begin with the founding

of old town side Rock-A-Nore in 1894; however,

five years later they became defunct but in 1901

a new club started-up using the same name.

They won the East Sussex League Championship

in 1907/08 and were to be amongst the

foremost local sides regularly winning trophies

until World War One called a halt to proceedings.

The club has previously played under the banner

of Hastings & St.Leonards and, until the

2003/04 season, played under the name of

Hastings Town.

The club joined the Sussex County League in

1921 and in their first season finished runnersup

to Worthing.

The club joined the Sussex County League

again in1952 finishing second in Division Two in

the 1959/60 season.

After changing the name to Hastings Town, and

in the 1979/80 season, clinched the Division

Two Championship and won the divisional cup.

The following season, the club won the County

League Cup. The 1984/85 season was to be the

last as a member of the Sussex County League.

Following the decision of the then Hastings

United to cease trading, Town applied for membership

of the Southern League and were elected

to the Southern Division. At the same time,

the club negotiated a long term lease with Hastings

Borough Council for the Pilot Field Stadium.

The 1984/85 season had seen Hastings United

struggling against relegation from the Premier

Division and it was a combination of the last day

of the season results—United beating Welling

United 2-1 and Crawley Town doing the U's a

big favour by beating Witney Town - that saw

that Premier Division spot retained by the narrowest

margin. Having done the business on

the pitch, it was to be off-field matters that

caused the demise of Hastings United in June

1985, when financial problems became insurmountable

and the club ceased trading.

Following the demise of United, Town applied to

join the Southern League. Peter Sillett was to

return to The Pilot Field, where he had enjoyed

great success as manager.

Everything fell into place in the 1991/2 season

and they headed the Beazer Homes League

Southern Division table for virtually the whole

campaign, leaving Weymouth, Havant Town

and Sittingbourne to fight over the runners-up

spot.

Peter Sillett was dismissed in December 1991,

with the side at the wrong end of the table.

Dean White was appointed as manager and

successfully steered Town to safety.

Town were to play Premier Division football for

the next six years.

Lottery winner Mark Gardiner became involved

with the club at the start of the 1997/98 season,

but success on the pitch was frustratingly hard

to attain and managers came and went.

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

resigned from the Southern League, with the

budget slashed, and players leaving, Town

were placed into administration and the Southern

League refused to accept an attempt to

withdraw the resignation. An appeal to retain

Town's Premier Division status was

unsuccessful but a final effort by a local consortium

was to be successful at the very last moment

and Hastings Town Football Club was

saved.

Continued on the next page


Hastings Utd — A Brief History Cont

Town kicked off the 1999/2000 season in the

Eastern Division.

George Wakeling was appointed as manager

early in the 2000/01 season, following Dean

White's move into the Nationwide League with

Brighton & Hove Albion. Promotion was gained

to the Dr Martens League Premier Division

football, and the club enjoyed a maiden trip to

the first round of the FA Cup, following a stunning

5-0 replay victory at Conference side Kettering

Town in the final qualifying round. A 1-0

defeat at Stevenage Borough, also from the

Conference, ended United's interest in the competition,

however the club was relegated to the

Eastern Division.

Chairman Mick Maplesden and George Wakeling

resigned at the end of the 2002/3 season

Steve Lovell taking over as manager, and relegation

was avoided.

The club switched to the Ryman League Division

One for the start of the 2004/05 campaign.

After a good start there was a dip in league

form followed leading to Steve Lovell leaving.

Neville Southall was appointed and the club finished

in eleventh place.

The 2005/06 saw Southall and the entire management

team leave. Player Nigel Kane taking

over after sharing the manager role.

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

John Maggs was appointed manager

at the end of August 13 but Maggs was sacked

in January and Terry White took over for his

second spell as manager.

Two other managerial changes were made during

the season when results were disappointing

especially as many had tipped the club to be

challenging for a play-off place.

Towards the end of season 2014/15 the club

changes hands when a new board of directors

was appointed. Garry Wilson was appointed as

manager during the close season with Danny

Bloor joining as assistant manager.

Garry Wilson and Danny Bloor stepped down at

the end of the 2015/16 season to be replaced

by former United player Darren Hare who had

previously been with Gillingham FC undertaking

a number of rolls including caretaker manager.

Darren rebuilt the squad during the closeseason

with a number of new signings.

After an excellent season which ended with a

play-off semi-final defeat, on penalties, away to

Dorking Wanderers, Darren Hare resigned. His

replacement was Adam Hinshelwood who once

again had to rebuild the side as a number of

players moved on. Adam resigned during September

to take on the managers role at

Worthing FC and was replaced by his assistant

Chris Agutter.

In 2016/17 Hastings reached the paly offs but

were defeated 4-3 by Dorking Wanderers. Hastings

finished in 9th place last season.

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Promotion From Step 4 This Season

There is a complication this season because there are 7 step 4 Divisions, (our non-league

step), but only 4 step 3 divisions. 3 clubs from each step 3 divisions will be relegated to step 4,

however only 5 out of the 7 play off winners will be promoted to step 3, (are you still with me!!)

This means that 2 play off winners from the step 4 leagues will lose out. Points per games of

the play off winners will be used to decide who the 5 lucky step 4 clubs will be. The table below

shows the current points per games of those clubs who are currently in the play-off positions or

near them. I have highlighted the Bostik South East Clubs.

Step 4 Playoff Sides - PPG League Points per game

Bromsgrove Sp S1C 2.314

Radcliffe N1W 2.088

Yate Town S1S 2.057

Maldon & Tiptree I1N 2.057

Corby Town S1C 2.029

Bracknell Town I1SC 2.029

Aveley I1N 2.029

Horsham I1SE 2

Pontefract Collier N1E 1.971

Marlow I1SC 1.971

Runcorn Linnets N1W 1.943

Cirencester Town S1S 1.943

Coggeshall Town I1N 1.943

Heybridge Swifts I1N 1.943

Leek Town N1W 1.914

Ramsbottom Utd N1W 1.914

Cheshunt I1SC 1.914

Moneyfields S1S 1.914

Hastings United I1SE 1.909

Ossett United N1E 1.857

Brighouse Town N1E 1.857

Sheffield N1E 1.857

Ashford United I1SE 1.848

Cinderford Town S1S 1.829

Westfield I1SC 1.829

Haywards Heath I1SE 1.788

Bedford Town S1C 1.6

Didcot Town S1C 1.6

As you can see Horsham are in prime position from our league at the moment.

Next season will be different—watch this space!!


DATE OPPOSITION COMP Sc ATT 1 2 3 4

5

11 Aug 2018

18 Aug 2018

21 Aug 2018

25 Aug 2018

27 Aug 2018

01 Sept 2018

04 Sept 2018

08 Sept 2018

15 Sept 2018

23 Sept 2018

25 Sept 2018

29 Sept 2018

02 Oct 2018

06 Oct 2018

13 Oct 2018

20 Oct 2018

27 Oct 2018

30 Oct 2018

03 Nov 2018

10 Nov 2018

17 Nov 2018

24 Nov 2018

08 Dec 2018

15 Dec 2018

23 Dec 2018

29 Dec 2018

05 Jan 2019

19 Jan 2019

22 Jan 2018

26 Jan 2019

02 Feb 2019

05 Feb 2019

16 Feb 2019

23 Feb 2019

26 Feb 2019

02 Mar 2019

09 Mar 2019

16 Mar 2019

23 Mar 2019

30 Mar 2019

06 Apr 2019

13 Apr 2019

20 Apr 2019

22 Apr 2019

27 Apr 2019

Horsham

Greenwich Borough

Tonbridge Angeks

Bearsted

Cray Wanderers

Thamesmead Twn

Phoenix Sports

Gosport Borough

Whyteleafe

Guernsey

Ashford United

Ramsgate

South Park

Haywards Heath

Faversham Town

Phoenix Sports

Wingate & Finchley

Folkestone Invicta

Hythe Town

Whitstable Town

Three Bridges

East Grinstead T

Faversham Town

Sevenoaks Town

Cray Wanderers

Herne Bay

Hastings United

Ramsgate

VCD Athletic

Haywards Heath

Phoenix Sports

Ashford United

East Grinstead Town

VCD Athletic

Three Bridges

Faversham Town

Sevenoaks Town

Whitstable Town

Hythe Town

Geenwich Borough

Horsham

Whyteleafe

Hastings United

Herne Bay

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@ = 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


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Loynes

Loynes* 1

Loynes

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Loynes* 1

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Crimmen

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Dorling*

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Denny*

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From The wife’s Perspective!

First let me introduce myself, my name is Jackie Pitts and I have been married to Peter Pitts for

42 years! He has always been interested in football along with his twin brother John and they are

now both Directors of Sittingbourne Football Club, all Directors are volunteers!

As you can imagine that is quite a big commitment every week! That doesn’t worry me…well

sometimes, as he seems to spend so much time in his office in front of the “magic machine” the

Computer, and I think to myself what

can he possibly be doing now! I call

out “what are you doing now?” the reply

comes back ““Putting the match

report on the web”, or “writing an article

for the Tunstall church magazine!!”,

or preparing the match day programme”,

it goes on and on. And then

there is the music he prepares to play

over the PA at home matches as Peter

is also the match day announcer. This

is all without the work that goes on at

the ground by a dedicated team of volunteers.

I have been to matches - both home

and away, and used to help out on

match days when Sittingbourne played

at Bourne Park when I was the hostess

for the mascot and their families. I

have to say that the atmosphere can

be exciting, more like one big happy

family, a place of belonging.

Although watching football is not my thing, I do enjoy the social functions that take place, especially

the annual league ball (which sometimes involves a few days at the seaside), and I mustn’t

forget to mention local band Marvellous Mo and the Back Line Ferrets whose lead singer Maurice

Dunk is the chairman of Sittingbourne FC and he and the band put on a number of shows at

Woodstock, in support of the club.

Thank goodness though I too have my hobby of horse riding. My passion for horses started as a

teenager and I have been lucky enough to have owned my own horse. I continue to ride locally at

Callum Park after losing my horse some 5 years ago to colic, he was a true gentleman and he

didn’t have a bad bone in his body and at least I had seven happy years with him.

Don’t get me wrong I don’t dislike football completely:- I used to love watching David Beckham

play! Back in the days when he played for Manchester Utd. But now I prefer the six nations Rugby

Union! I think that the top football players get paid far too much and I’m not keen on a lot of

their hair do’s! The rugby players are so big and burly and aren’t worried about their hair!!I don’t

really understand the rules of Rugby Union though but I find the game strangely exciting.

I suppose what I do like about Sittingbourne Football club is the fact that it caters for both sexes

and youngsters as well as the main team…and its all run by volunteers!

I hope you have enjoyed reading this and I wish you all a Happy Easter.


Player Apps 18-19 Sub 18-19 Goals 18-19 Tot Starts Total Sub Apps Tot Goals

Adebayo, Izzy 18 10 4 18 10 4

Allan, Lex 23 0 1 41 8 2

Amoah, Kwasi 4 2 0 4 2 0

Babbington, Timmie 13 0 3 13 0 3

Barkway, Harry 3 0 0 3 0 0

Barnard, Chris 9 0 2 44 1 2

Brooks, Harry 2 0 0 2 0 0

Campbell, Roman 12 0 5 12 0 5

Caney-Bryan, Johan 6 18 3 6 18 6

Carvalho, Gil 5 1 1 30 12 4

Chambers, Lewis 39 0 3 48 0 4

Crimmen, Reiss 14 2 0 21 2 0

Dawodu, Bola 20 6 2 50 7 10

Denny, Joe 6 1 0 6 1 0

Divine, Danny 4 0 0 4 0 0

Dorling, Josh 14 3 0 28 5 0

Elder, Nathan 5 8 2 5 8 2

Fagg, Tommie 32 0 4 32 0 4

Fitchett, Ben 26 0 2 26 0 2

Funnell, Matthew 2 0 0 2 0 0

Hatfull, Harrison 6 6 1 10 11 1

Ishanzadeh, Naseer 1 0 0 1 0 0

Jackson, Ira 18 3 7 18 3 7

Latunde, David 0 3 0 0 3 0

Lawrence, Thomas 1 4 0 1 4 0

Lee, Patrick 37 0 0 37 0 0

Lewins, Billy 7 4 4 7 4 4

Lofting, Robert 6 2 0 6 2 0

Loynes, Tom 23 1 6 111 40 18

McDonagh, Xavier 0 1 0 0 1 0

McFarlane, Khalil 4 10 0 4 10 0

Middleton, Liam 2 8 1 2 8 1

Morrell, Jack 11 0 0 11 0 0

Muskaj, Arben 2 0 0 2 0 0

Ndew, Abdel 1 4 0 1 4 0

Orenuga, Keith 0 1 0 0 1 0

Orenuga, Kenny 1 0 0 1 0 0

Otuadinma. Chimidi 0 2 0 0 2 0

Parkinson, Dan 18 2 3 31 5 5

Phillip, Kane 2 1 0 25 14 3

Pritchard,-Louison, Shea 1 0 0 1 0 0

Riches, Dylan 1 2 0 2 2 1

Smith, David 6 0 2 31 28 15

Spencer, Joshua 5 1 0 5 1 0

Waritay, Amadu 0 2 0 0 2 0

Webber, Chris 39 0 3 82 0 4

Woods, Henry 13 4 2 13 4 2


Match Reports by Tony Rickson

Saturday 23 rd March 2019

Bostik South East

Sittingbourne 0 Hythe Town 0, Att 192

Hythe completed the double over Sittingbourne

and retain their interest in the play-offs.

Sittingbourne worked hard and created some

excellent goalscoring chances but at the other

end the defence was carved open just a little

too easily.

It was an even start between what looked twowell

matched teams.

On 26 minutes Roman Campbell’s superb run

was finished by keeper Coxall blocking his

shot. The loose ball ran for Timmie Babbington

and though he beat the fallen keeper his effort

was kicked off the line by covering defender

Dickenson.

Up the other end and Sittingbourne’s defence

was split between the centre-backs and leftback

for ex-Brickie Sal Kisitu to race into the

area at full speed. Out came Lee, down went

Kisitu, and the assistant referee immediately

flagged for a penalty. From where I was, it

looked a good shout but those closer to the action

were adamant it was never a foul. Top

scorer Ansah converted, though only off the

underside of the bar.

Six minutes later and the defence was split

again, this time through the inside-left channel,

and Tom Carlton, whose dad Paul used to play

for Sittingbourne, scored confidently inside the

far post.

Sittingbourne came roaring back and Billy Lewins

looked as though he’d scored but the ball

ran agonisingly the wrong side of the post, and

the keeper made a good save from Chris Barnard,

both chances coming from great play by

the excellent Campbell.

And the Brickies started the second half where

they’d left off with Izzy Adebayo shooting just

over and Barnard also going close, though

when Hythe did get forward Ansah’s shot rebounded

back out off the post. Hythe scored a

third, on the break.

Chances continued for Sittingbourne but nothing

to show for the effort.

Sittingbourne: Patrick Lee, Chris Webber,

Kwasi Amoah, Jack Morrell, Harry Barkaway

(Tom Lawrence, 60 min), Lewis Chambers,

Izzy Adebayo (Liam Middleton, 77 min), Chris

Barnard, Roman Campbell, Billy Lewins (Johan

Caney-Bryan, 45 min), Timmie Babbington.

Subs not used: Rob Lofting, Franklin Phipps.

Saturday 30 th March 2019

Bostik South East

Greenwich Borough 2 Sittingbourne 1, Att

103

Lex Allan returned and played bravely and confidently

as if he’d never been away.

And that was that for the good news, though, to

be fair, Sittingbourne did get better as the

game went on.

Already without Tom Loynes, Tommy Fagg

and Josh Spencer, they were also missing

Kwasi Amoah and Jack Morrell, who has been

a key player in recent weeks.

Sittingbourne got off to a nightmare start with

Roman Campbell, Chris Barnard and Allan all

booked in the first 20 minutes – a couple of

them very harshly. In addition Lewis Chambers

played only two minutes before going off injured,

and to cap it all they also conceded a

poor opening goal.

Greenwich had made the more positive and

intensive start and got their reward when a free

-kick was played to Paul who headed in from a

narrow angle.

The home side continued to have the better of

the play but Sittingbourne gradually got a foothold

in the game forcing a succession of corners.

Sittingbourne were much more positive at winning

the ball back and controlling the game.

In the second half but they conceded a second

on the break when Harry Barkaway risked a

challenge near the edge of the penalty area

and the home player went down. Walter comfortably

converted the penalty for 2-0.

There was almost an immediate comeback

when Woods beat the keeper with a shot that

was going into the far corner only for a slight

deflection off a defender to send it up onto the

bar.

Sittingbourne halved the deficit when sub Izzy

Adebayo worked his way into space on the

right and pulled it back for another sub, Billy

Lewins, to finish with a neat first-time Effort.

Sittingbourne: Patrick Lee, Chris Webber,

Rob Lofting (Billy Lewins, 45 min), Lex Allan

(Yellow card), Harry Barkaway, Lewis Chambers

(Johan Caney-Bryan, 4 min), Kane Phillip

(Izzy Adebayo, 60 min), Chris Barnard

(Yellow card), Roman Campbell (Yellow card),

Henry Woods, Timmy Babbington.


Meet The Sittingbourne Squad

Patrick Lee: Goalkeeper. Patrick "Patch" Lee is a young goalkeeper and a product of the Soccer

Elite Football Academy. He signed for Tunbridge Wells before moving on to Chatham Town

for the start of the 2016-17 season. In December 2016 he signed for Ryman Premier side, Harlow

Town. After leaving Harlow he played for Margate until the end of last season.

Robert Lofting: Defender. Made an impressive debut against Horsham in the first league

match of this season. Previously played for Arundel.

Chris Webber: Defender. Joined Sittingbourne from Canterbury City at the beginning of last

season. Has also played for Billericay and Faversham Town. Made captain for this season.

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 and Lex was invited to play in trial matches and he has not looked out of

place in the company of more experienced players.

Joshua Spencer: Defender: Another to join Sittingbourne in January 2019. Previous club was

Margate

Henry Woods: Defender. Henry joined Sittingbourne in January 2019 on loan from Gillingham.

A highly thought of youngster who plays in the Gillingham FC Youth team.

Arben Muskaj: Defender/Midfield. Albanian born, Arben joined Sittingbourne in January 2019

from Greek side Souli Paramythias. Before joining Souli Paramythias Arben played for Albanian

1 st Division side Bylis Ballash He played as a youth for Olympiacos. Arban was part of the Albania

U20 side that competed in the 2013 Mediterranean Games held in Mersin, Turkey where he

played in all five games

Lewis Chambers: Midfield, Lewis is another to sign for then new manager, Aslan, in March

2018. He impressed right from his first game for the club. He has played for Maidstone United

youth. Another to have a long throw.

Izzy Adebayo: Midfield. Previous club was Faversham Town. Has also played for South Park

and Tilbury..

Dylan Riches: Midfield. Very talented youngster who scored on his debut for the Brickies in

April 2018 against Thamesmead Town. He progressed from Sittingbourne’s successful Under

18 side.

Jack Morrell: Midfield. Loanee from Gillingham. Joined Sittingbourne to get experience in January

2019. Highly thought off at The Gills.

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 to The Brickies at the beginning of last season he has shown that he has lost

none of his skill and enthusiasm.

Tommie Fagg: Forward. Another graduate from the Soccer Elite Football Academy, and Ashford

United. The tall striker then signed Harlow Town in February 2016 to bolster the attack,

making six appearances for the Hawks in the Isthmian Premier Division. He signed for the

Brickies at the beginning of this season

Roman Campbell: Forward. Roman joined on loan from Gillingham FC. He is captain of their

successful Youth team where he is a prolific goalscorer. Roman scored on his Sittingbourne debut

against VCD Athletic in January 2019.

Liam Middleton: Forward. Joined Sittingbourne in January 2019. Previously played for Canterbury

City.

Johan Caney- Bryan: Forward. Joined Sittingbourne at the beginning of the 2018-2019 season.

Immediately made an impact when he scored two goals in a preseason friendly. Johan

was awarded a scholarship at the University of East London whilst being a third-year sport and

exercise student following an impressive display playing for The UEL football Club.


Match Reports by Tony Rickson

Saturday 6th April 2019

Bostik South East

Sittingbourne 1 Horsham 6, Att 182

Sittingbourne were outplayed and outfought

and ended up on the end of a devastating defeat.

Sittingbourne got an early general warning

from the referee for some mistimed tackles –

which Horsham were very quick to loudly point

out – and Kwasi Amoah was booked after just

12 minutes for a foul.

Goalkeeper Patrick Lee made a fine tip-over

save to keep it goalless while at the other end

Lawrence had an opening after a good buildup

and pass by Henry Woods, but his left-foot

shot went wide of the far post.

Sittingbourne were playing well at the midway

stage of the first half but went backwards once

Horsham took a 31st minute lead when a freekick

beyond the far post was played back in

across goal and Smith volleyed in at the far

post.

What I thought was a terrible decision to penalise

Adebayo when he seemed to stretch his

leg out and win the ball led to Horsham’s second

goal just before half-time, commanding

captain Brivio powering his header in from the

free-kick despite Lee’s half-save.

Horsham got a third early in the second half

when Smith nicked the ball off two Sittingbourne

defenders and broke clear to

smash it past the advancing Lee.

In the last 10 minutes, Horsham went to town

and added three more goals as Sittingbourne

finally succumbed to demoralisation.

Smith got the ball in from a narrow then won a

penalty as Lee fouled him when he was left

clear. The final goal was another Brivio header

from a free-kick, meaning four of Horsham’s

six goals were scored from set pieces.

Somehow, Sittingbourne gathered themselves

together to force an injury time corner, and

when Henry Woods swung it into the near

post, the keeper spilled it with sub Billy Lewins

claiming the final touch as the ball trickled over

the line.

Sittingbourne: Patrick Lee (Yellow card),

Chris Webber, Jack Morrell, Lex Allan, Tommy

Fagg (Yellow card), Kwasi Amoah (Yellow

card) (Khalil McFarlane, 36 min, Yellow card),

Izzy Adebayo (Kane Phillip, 54 min), Tom Lawrence

(Billy Lewins, 59 min), Roman Campbell,

Henry Woods, Timmy Babbington. Subs not

used: Josh Spencer, Johan Caney-Bryan.

Saturday 13 th April 2019

Bostik South East

Whyteleafe 3 Sittingbourne 0, att 103

Sittingbourne were missing the influential Gillingham

loan pair Roman Campbell and Jack

Morrell. Joshua Spencer was fit to return after

six weeks out with a knee injury and he lined

up in an unfamiliar back three with skipper

Chris Webber moved from right-back to a defensive

role in central midfield.

Sittingbourne began well, spreading the ball

about and doing a lot of running and pressing

as Whyteleafe tried to play out from the back

all the time.

There was a little to choose between the sides.

Spencer in an unfamiliar left-back role tried to

play a back pass to keeper Patrick Lee but underhit

it and Hector nipped in to take the loose

ball and score an easy goal.

One became two just seven minutes later

when Whyteleafe cut out the Sittingbourne

back four with a simple one-two, Armstrong

running clear on a neat return pass to score

comfortably.

Sittingbourne manager Chris Lynch immediately

responded by substituting both his disappointed-looking

wide players with like-for-like

replacements.

One of them, Liam Middleton, straightaway

produced the moment of the match, brilliantly

dribbling past three defenders to set up Johan

Caney-Bryan for a chance from which he hit

the bar.

Sittingbourne pressed forward in the second

half and Caney-Bryan, Woods and Lex Allan

all had efforts, Whyteleafe though added a

third from the penalty spot when Spencer

fouled on the edge of the area.

Whyteleafe then had some good chances to

extend their lead.

Caney-Bryan was injured in a heavy tackle and

couldn’t continue and with all three substitutions

already made, Sittingbourne played the

last quarter-of-an-hour with just 10 men – their

fans kept singing, though, to provide the only

atmosphere in the ground.

Sittingbourne: Patrick Lee, Chris Webber,

Lex Allan, Tommy Fagg, Joshua Spencer

(Tom Lawrence, 63 min), Chris Barnard, Kane

Phillip (Abdel Ndew,44 min), Billy Lewins, Johan

Caney-Bryan, Henry Woods, Timmy Babbington

(Liam Middleton, 44 mins). Subs not

used: Khalil McFarlane, Kwasi Amoah.


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 15th April 2019

£40, Ticket number 676, Clive Phillips, Sittingbourne

£40, Ticket number 293, Emma Cundiff, Sittingbourne

£40, Ticket number . Verification failed on this number (Not paid!) - Further number will be

drawn in 2 weeks. (Secretary on holiday so extra draw could not be made!)

Week Commencing 8th April 2019

£40, Ticket number 137, Gerald Jakimavicius, Whitstable

£40, Ticket number 080, Glen Parkes, Maidstone

£40, Ticket number 152, Emma Turner, Newnham

Week Commencing 1st April 2019

£100, Ticket number 545, Anthony & Patrick Seager, Sittingbourne

£40, Ticket number 094, Beryl Kirk, Sittingbourne

£40, Ticket number 476, Ken Fulton, Sittingbourne

Week Commencing 25th March 2019

£40, Ticket number 270, Pamela Boorman, Faversham

£40, Ticket number 354, Yvonne McCarthy, Sittingbourne

£40, Ticket number 419, Caroline Wheeler, Sittingbourne

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Bostik South League Table to 19/04/2019

P W D L F A +/- Pts

1 Cray Wanderers 33 23 7 3 71 30 41 76

2 Horsham 34 21 5 8 67 37 30 68

3 Ashford United3-1 34 20 4 10 67 34 33 64

4 HASTINGS UNITED 33 19 6 8 70 42 28 63

5 Haywards Heath Town 33 17 8 8 62 46 16 59

6 VCD Athletic1-3 34 18 2 14 69 65 4 56

7 Hythe Town 34 14 9 11 65 56 9 51

8 Whyteleafe 33 14 6 13 58 47 11 48

9 Phoenix Sports 33 11 10 12 57 59 -2 43

10 Whitstable Town 33 11 9 13 35 49 -14 42

11 Sevenoaks Town 33 11 8 14 42 47 -5 41

12 Ramsgate 33 9 11 13 49 51 -2 38

13 East Grinstead Town 33 10 8 15 59 67 -8 38

14 Herne Bay 33 11 4 18 61 77 -16 37

15 Three Bridges 33 10 5 18 47 66 -19 35

16 SITTINGBOURNE 33 11 2 20 46 66 -20 35

17 Faversham Town 33 9 7 17 52 77 -25 34

18 Guernsey 33 7 8 18 45 70 -25 29

19 Greenwich Borough 34 8 5 21 39 75 -36 29

20 Thamesmead Town 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Bostik South East Matches Today

3pm East Grinstead Town v Whitstable Town

3pm Greenwich Borough v Whyteleafe

3pm Horsham v Faversham Town

2pm Phoenix Sports v Guernsey

3pm Ramsgate v Haywards Heath Town

3pm Sevenoaks Town v Herne Bay

3pm Sittingbourne v Hastings United

3pm Three Bridges v Cray Wanderers


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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