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ASCOT UNITED vs. <strong>CB</strong> HOUNSLOW UNITED<br />

Tue 20 Oct 2020<br />

Cherry Red Records Combined Counties League Premier Division<br />

Matchday<br />

Programme<br />

Season<br />


T H E Y E L L A M E N<br />

Yellow and Blue<br />

T H E D R A G O N S<br />

Grey<br />

twitter.com/<strong>Ascot</strong><strong>United</strong>FC<br />

www.ascotunited.net<br />

Sam Gray (GK)<br />

Alex Sykes (GK)<br />

Sam Hayes (GK)<br />

Aaron Berry<br />

Aiden Higgs<br />

Ben Hodges<br />

Calum Ferguson<br />

Chris Ellis<br />

Dan Bailey<br />

Elliott Carey<br />

Ethan Burden<br />

George Lock<br />

Harrison Cliff<br />

Harry Laflin<br />

Ian Davies<br />

James Haworth<br />

James Richardson<br />

Jonny Denton<br />

Josh Masters<br />

Lawson Jones<br />

Louis Bouwers<br />

Riccardo Andrady<br />

Rory Merrick<br />

Sam Evans<br />

Taylor Morgan<br />

Tom Bailey<br />

Sam Bersey<br />

Tommy O’Neil<br />

Trisdon Andrews<br />

Thomas Kanek<br />

Harry Tubb<br />

Joe Smith<br />

Wayne Elliott<br />

Harvey Lal<br />

Marcus Williams<br />

Lewis Wood<br />

Alfie Lal<br />

Levi Smith<br />

Harry Lal<br />

Oli De Jesus<br />

Charlie Lawrence<br />

Turnell Sinclair<br />

Nic Hardy<br />

Jordan Vidal<br />

Enoch Mensah<br />

Luke Bersey<br />

Jamie Tompkins Manager Barry Chapman<br />

Dan Masters Asst. Manager Aflie Chapman<br />

Jamie Ashdown GK Coach<br />

Bjorn Dunkley Coach Tony Bersey, Danny James<br />

Steve Quelch Coach Pete Morris<br />

Georgia Buddin Therapist<br />

Craig<br />

Davenport<br />

Match Officials<br />

Maros<br />

Valko<br />

Gavin<br />

Collins<br />

Last Match:<br />

Cobham<br />

H Tue 13 Oct<br />

Next Match: Knaphill H Sat 24 Oct<br />

D 1-1<br />

COCO<br />



Racecourse Ground, Winkfield Road, <strong>Ascot</strong>, SL5 7LJ<br />

Chairman: Simon Negus<br />

Club Secretary: Dan Birchmore<br />

Director of Football: Neil Richards<br />

1st Team Manager: Jamie Tompkins<br />

Assistant manager: Dan Masters<br />

Coaches: Bjorn Dunkley, Steve Quelch<br />

Goalkeeping Coach: Jamie Ashdown<br />

Allied U18 Manager: Josh Nice<br />

Therapist: Georgia Buddin<br />

Racecourse Facilities Manager: Jo Gavin<br />

Administration Manager: Emma Paton<br />

Bar Manager: Ellen Stearn<br />

Clubhouse Catering: Lisa Richards<br />

Reporting, Comms and Programme: Neal Jeffs<br />

Directors:<br />

Doug Page<br />

Mark Cooper<br />

Rob Jones<br />

Mike Harrison<br />

Phil Wray<br />

Zoe Reilly<br />

Chris Day<br />

<strong>Ascot</strong> <strong>United</strong> Football Club Limited. Registered in<br />

England and Wales. Registration No. 6883550<br />

Registered Office: Ternion Court, 264-268 Upper Fourth<br />

Street, Central Milton Keynes MK9 1DP.<br />

Affiliated to the Berks & Bucks F.A. No. Q-B&B0165<br />


with Simon Negus<br />

A warm welcome to <strong>CB</strong> <strong>Hounslow</strong> <strong>United</strong> for<br />

today's Cherry Red Records Combined<br />

Counties League Premier Division fixture.<br />

A warm welcome to you all and especially<br />

our visitors from <strong>CB</strong> <strong>Hounslow</strong> for this<br />

Combined Counties Premier League<br />

fixture. With both sides proving hard to<br />

beat recently all the odds are on a tight<br />

encounter and it is a chance for both<br />

sides to put points on the board with most<br />

teams in league cup action.<br />

As I said last week the FA Vase draw hasn’t<br />

been too kind, with a nice tie away at<br />

Newhaven – a chance for revenge after<br />

being on the wrong end of a result there a<br />

few years ago! Whatever the distance, we<br />

are lucky to have a very loyal band of away<br />

supporters – it’s not unusual for us to<br />

make up over 25% of the fans at away<br />

games, and the relationship between fans<br />

and players is great to see. You’ll also see<br />

the fixtures for the rest of the season have<br />

been released although naturally it is<br />

subject to change in these uncertain<br />

times.<br />

We are very lucky to have fantastic<br />

facilities here at The Racecourse Ground.<br />

We have had a great relationship with<br />

Lyne FC who have ground shared with us<br />

since the start of last season, and whose<br />

supporters seem to enjoy the<br />

arrangement.<br />

Hope you all enjoy the game tonight…<br />



Jamie Tompkins<br />

First Team Manager<br />

Welcome to the players, officials<br />

and supporters of <strong>CB</strong> <strong>Hounslow</strong><br />

<strong>United</strong>. Enjoy the game!<br />

Hello and welcome to <strong>CB</strong> <strong>Hounslow</strong> FC players, staff and club committee and to all supporters in attendance<br />

this evenings Combined Counties Premier League fixture.<br />

It has been week since our last fixture and a welcomed break for our injury-stricken team but we have patched<br />

up a few and they will be back on the pitch this evening or Saturday. We are not setting the world alight with<br />

our recent form but we remain 4 unbeaten and we are focused to extend this run.<br />

We welcome <strong>CB</strong> <strong>Hounslow</strong>, and despite recent form, they will be full of energy and desire with youth in their<br />

side.<br />

I have always admired the club’s model with manager, Barry Chapman, which focuses on young players<br />

developing their game and then pushing them on up the football pyramid. The club have found themselves in<br />

difficult circumstances with their ground and council in recent times so hopefully this can be resolved soon.<br />

Congratulations to Elliott Carey who will make is 50th appearance for the club tonight.<br />

We hope to see a great crowd this evening and thank everyone for your continued support.<br />

Thank you to our sponsors, club officials and volunteers for all the fantastic work they do for our football club.<br />

Enjoy the game!<br />

Jamie<br />


Dan Masters<br />

Assistant Manager<br />

Jamie Ashdown<br />

Goalkeeping Coach<br />

Bjorn Dunkley<br />

Coach<br />

Steve Quelch<br />

Coach<br />

Georgia Buddin<br />


ON COURSE!<br />

With Programme Editor Neal Jeffs<br />

Welcome to the players, officials and<br />

supporters of <strong>CB</strong> <strong>Hounslow</strong> <strong>United</strong> for this<br />

Cherry Red Records Combined Counties<br />

League Premier Division match.<br />

W E L C O M E T O T H E D R A G O N S<br />

Happy<br />

reading, and<br />

enjoy the<br />

game! Neal<br />

Welcome back after a blank Saturday and hopefully some time for our walking<br />

wounded to get patched up and ready for action tonight. Last weekend there weren’t<br />

many results that helped us, although Southall could only scrape a draw at Frimley<br />

Green. Sutton Common, Spelthorne and Hanworth Villa all won so it is as-you-were at<br />

the top. Tonight’s visitors have only won one league game but with 3-4 games in hand<br />

on those around them it is a slightly misleading position and they will be looking to<br />

climb away from the bottom four with teams reaching the quarter-way mark of the<br />

season. Last Sunday, I was down here watching <strong>Ascot</strong> Ladies and whilst the opposition<br />

struggled we can take nothing away from some of the passing and movement of Darrel<br />

Evans’ side, who also finished clinically on their way to a big win – match report later<br />

on in the programme. The provisional fixtures for the full season are now available and<br />

whilst they are sure to change, whether due to cup, weather or COVID-19, it does help<br />

get dates in your diaries.<br />

Relegation trouble? Stoke Gabriel<br />

are England's' worst football team<br />

having lost all 12 league games in<br />

the tier-6 South West Premier<br />

East - conceding 154 goals!!!<br />

I feel sorry once again for Jersey Bulls in Division 1 as they now have to contend with<br />

local requirements to only travel/play one match per week, which kinda screws up<br />

their ability to fulfil their fixtures unless they can work around it but sending 2<br />

different teams to the mainland for 2 weekend matches or restrictions are released.<br />

The other team I feel sorry for is Stoke Gabriel, who were recently featured on the BBC<br />

website having taken numerous hammerings in the South Western League. Last<br />

weekend they lost 17-1 at home against Ilfracombe Town to take their goal difference<br />

to minus 151 after just 12 league matches. I’m not sure if they will make a late surge for<br />

the title, but who knows. Anyway, back to business, back to wining ways for us please.<br />

Enjoy the game! Neal<br />



Date Opposition<br />

H/A Comp Result Att Scorers<br />

01-Sep Christchurch<br />

A FAC XP L 1-1*<br />

Higgs<br />

05-Sep Molesey<br />

A COCO W 7-1<br />

Davies 3, Laflin 3, Hodges<br />

08-Sep Camberley Town<br />

A COCO L 0-1 60<br />

12-Sep Colliers Wood <strong>United</strong> H COCO W 5-2 70 Higgs 3, Laflin 2<br />

15-Sep Frimley Green<br />

H COCO W 6-0 112 Berry 2, Davies 2, Richardson, OG<br />

19-Sep Southall<br />

A COCO W 1-0<br />

Bailey<br />

26-Sep Hanworth Villa<br />

A COCO L 0-3 116<br />

29-Sep Abbey Rangers<br />

H COCO L 0-4 93<br />

03-Oct Redhill<br />

A COCO W 4-3 68 Morgan (2), Higgs, Laflin<br />

06-Oct Tooting Bec<br />

A LC 1 W 1-0 55 Davies<br />

10-Oct Spelthorne Sports<br />

A COCO D 1-1 162 D. Bailey<br />

13-Oct Cobham<br />

H COCO D 1-1 68 Richardson<br />

20-Oct <strong>CB</strong> <strong>Hounslow</strong> <strong>United</strong> H COCO<br />

24-Oct Knaphill<br />

H COCO<br />

31-Oct Newhaven<br />

A FAV 1<br />

03-Nov Chessington / Hook Utd H LC 2<br />

07-Nov Guildford City<br />

A COCO<br />

14-Nov Raynes Park Vale<br />

A COCO<br />

21-Nov Sheerwater<br />

H COCO<br />

28-Nov Spelthorne Sports<br />

H COCO<br />

05-Dec Egham Town<br />

A COCO<br />

12-Dec Frimley Green<br />

A COCO<br />

19-Dec Camberley Town<br />

H COCO<br />

28-Dec Badshot Lea<br />

H COCO<br />

02-Jan Colliers Wood <strong>United</strong> A COCO<br />

09-Jan Molesey<br />

H COCO<br />

16-Jan Sutton Common Rovers A COCO<br />

23-Jan Southall<br />

H COCO<br />

30-Jan <strong>CB</strong> <strong>Hounslow</strong> <strong>United</strong> A COCO<br />

06-Feb Abbey Rangers<br />

A COCO<br />

13-Feb Hanworth Villa<br />

H COCO<br />

20-Feb Sheerwater<br />

A COCO<br />

27-Feb Egham Town<br />

H COCO<br />

06-Mar Sutton Common Rovers H COCO<br />

13-Mar Banstead Athletic<br />

A COCO<br />

20-Mar Raynes Park Vale<br />

H COCO<br />

27-Mar Cobham<br />

A COCO<br />

03-Apr Guildford City<br />

H COCO<br />

05-Apr Badshot Lea<br />

A COCO<br />

24-Apr Knaphill<br />

A COCO<br />

TBA Banstead Athletic<br />

H COCO<br />

TBA Redhill<br />

H COCO<br />

* Christchurch won 7-6 on penalties<br />

COCO - Cherry Red Records Combined Counties League Premier Division, FAV - Buildbase FA Vase, FAC - The Emirates FA<br />

Cup, BBT - Berks&Bucks Trophy, LC - Cherry Red Records Premier Challenge Cup


Weekend results:<br />

Badshot Lea 2-4 Sutton Common Rovers COCO<br />

Banstead Athletic 1-1 Egham Town COCO<br />

Camberley Town 3-1 Redhill COCO<br />

Colliers Wood <strong>United</strong> 0-3 Spelthorne Sports COCO<br />

Frimley Green 3-3 Southall COCO<br />

Guildford City 0-1 Sheerwater COCO<br />

Hanworth Villa 3-2 Abbey Rangers COCO<br />

Knaphill 2-1 Raynes Park Vale COCO<br />

Molesey 0-3 Cobham COCO<br />

Midweek fixtures:<br />

Banstead Athletic v Cobham COCO Tue<br />

<strong>Ascot</strong> <strong>United</strong> v <strong>CB</strong> <strong>Hounslow</strong> <strong>United</strong> COCO Tue<br />

Eversley & California v Hanworth Villa LC Tue<br />

Farnham Town v Badshot Lea LC Tue<br />

Knaphill v Dorking Wanderers Reserves LC Tue<br />

Redhill v Bagshot LC Tue<br />

Walton & Hersham v Southall LC Tue<br />

Colliers Wood <strong>United</strong> v Egham Town LC Wed<br />

Guildford City v Bedfont & Feltham LC Wed<br />

Cherry Red Records Combined Counties Premier Division Table (17/10/20)<br />

P W D L GD PTS<br />

1 Sutton Common Rovers 9 7 2 0 20 23<br />

2 Southall 9 6 1 2 16 19<br />

3 Spelthorne Sports 9 6 1 2 13 19<br />

4 Hanworth Villa 7 6 1 0 12 19<br />

5 Abbey Rangers 8 5 2 1 13 17<br />

6 <strong>Ascot</strong> <strong>United</strong> 10 5 2 3 9 17<br />

7 Badshot Lea 8 5 0 3 2 15<br />

8 Knaphill 8 4 2 2 3 14<br />

9 Banstead Athletic 10 2 5 3 1 11<br />

10 Cobham 8 3 2 3 -2 11<br />

11 Raynes Park Vale 8 3 1 4 -6 10<br />

12 Camberley Town 7 3 0 4 -4 9<br />

13 Sheerwater 8 2 2 4 -4 8<br />

14 Egham Town 8 2 1 5 -5 7<br />

15 Frimley Green 8 2 1 5 -9 7<br />

16 <strong>CB</strong> <strong>Hounslow</strong> <strong>United</strong> 6 1 3 2 1 6<br />

17 Colliers Wood <strong>United</strong> 8 1 3 4 -8 6<br />

18 Guildford City 7 1 1 5 -8 4<br />

19 Redhill 7 1 0 6 -13 3<br />

20 Molesey 9 1 0 8 -31 3


Below are the updated <strong>Ascot</strong> <strong>United</strong> appearance and scorers' records for<br />

this season's squad.<br />

2020-21 All-time<br />

App Goals App Goals<br />

R Andrady 11 11<br />

D Bailey 12 2 16 2<br />

T Bailey 1 1<br />

A Berry 7 2 15 5<br />

L Bouwers 9 137 11<br />

E Burden 1 32<br />

E Carey 8 49 4<br />

H Cliff 1 1<br />

I Davies 12 6 47 29<br />

J Denton 12 163 19<br />

C Ellis 1 54 1<br />

S Evans 4 6<br />

C Ferguson 4 20 1<br />

S Gray 11 72<br />

J Haworth 10 81 1<br />

S Hayes 1 2<br />

A Higgs 9 5 32 14<br />

B Hodges 10 1 105 10<br />

L Jones 1 1<br />

H Laflin 10 6 95 41<br />

G Lock 11 111 5<br />

J Masters 3 4<br />

R Merrick 20<br />

T Morgan 6 2 6 2<br />

J Richardson 11 2 60 11<br />

L Sankoh 1 23 1<br />

167 26 1164 157<br />

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Here, Tom Canning writes his weekly grass-roots update for programme editors. His<br />

website, Football in Berkshire, is a staple for local grass-roots football.<br />

Bayley heading back up the pyramid<br />

It was great to see last week that Harrison Bayley made the step back up to the Vanarama<br />

National League having previously featured there for Hayes & Yeading <strong>United</strong>.<br />

Testament to Bayley is that he is a crowd favourite with a number of clubs in Berkshire<br />

having lifted the FA Vase with Thatcham Town, helped Bracknell Town to the Isthmian<br />

League play-off final and had spells with Binfield and Highmoor IBIS.<br />

He started the season with Marlow but will now join a number of former Thatcham players<br />

including Callum Willmoth and Kyle Tooze at Hungerford, joining up again with new<br />

Crusaders manager Danny Robinson.<br />

It wasn’t the only bit of news out of West Berkshire this week, The Crusaders were involved<br />

in one of the more bizarre goals you’ll see this season when James Harding ensured a<br />

second successive National League South win for Hungerford at Tonbridge Angels.<br />

The striker pounced on a ball thrown out by goalkeeper James Shaw for what he thought<br />

was a free kick. Only Harding appeared to realise the referee hadn’t blown the whistle and<br />

ran the ball in to the goal to give Robinson’s side a 2-0 win.<br />

Meanwhile, I hope you’ll join us on our live Hellenic League show, #EastMeetsWest which<br />

goes out on a Monday night (8pm) on our Facebook page.<br />

Myself and Rob Davies are joined every week by Ryan Butler of Severn Sport as we discuss<br />

all things Hellenic League, from going through the results, picking up on the big stories and<br />

as we are at the moment, firing out a few predictions.<br />

Finally, we are always looking for new contributors to the site, if you have any ideas or would<br />

just like to get involved, drop me an email to tom.canning@footballinbracknell.co.uk<br />

Tom Canning,<br />

www.footballinberkshire.co.uk coeditor.



Cobham fight back to draw 1-1 as <strong>Ascot</strong> drop vital points<br />

Tuesday 13th October 2020 - Cherry Red Records Combined Counties League<br />

Premier Division - <strong>Ascot</strong> <strong>United</strong> 1 - 1 Cobham<br />

Disjointed <strong>Ascot</strong> <strong>United</strong> drew 1-1 against a spirited Cobham side on Tuesday evening, further denting their early<br />

promotion hopes. In a match the home side expected to win, they took the lead soon after half time courtesy of James<br />

Richardson, only to be pegged back on the hour-mark by lively winger Danny Campion’s breakaway goal.<br />

Both sides’ league matches this season had yielded four goals per game so it was somewhat surprising that this<br />

game produced just two, although the odds were still in the home side’s favour against their mid-table opposition<br />

having come into the game on a three-game unbeaten streak.<br />

The first half was a fast-paced affair, and it was the returning Harrison Cliff who pulled most of the strings for <strong>Ascot</strong>,<br />

who enjoyed the lion’s share of possession.<br />

That said, Cobham threatened at each end of the half. Firstly, when Ben Senior slipped the ball in from a breakaway for<br />

Campion, who shot low to the left of Sam Gray only for the dependable home keeper to get down well and make the<br />

save. And, just before the break defender James King lofted the simplest of balls over the top for fellow defender Craig<br />

Lewington, who should have done better than shoot straight at Gray.<br />

In between that, Richardson shot over on the turn, George Lock’s thumping effort was tipped onto the underside of the<br />

bar by Lee Norman and Lock again struck just wide after a good move saw Cliff play in Taylor Morgan to tee him up, but<br />

<strong>Ascot</strong> also drew blank and it remained goalless at the break.<br />

But, Richardson gave the home side an early lift in the second half when he ran across the defence onto a through ball<br />

before dragging a left-footed shot across Norman and into the net.<br />

However, Cobham retained their optimism and duly levelled when Campion galloped into acres of space and thumped<br />

a powerful volley past Gray; 60 minutes played and all-square once again.<br />

Defender Dan Bailey might have nodded his side back into the lead from Richardson’s cross fifteen minutes from time<br />

only to scuff his header wide as team-mate Harry Laflin also challenged, but Cobham still posed a threat and<br />

substitute Callum Wilson screwed wide when well placed two minutes later.<br />

Stand-out player Campion became a sit-down player when he was sin-binned for dissent in the 82nd minute, all-butending<br />

his air-time as only three minutes of injury time would later be played, but credit to Cobham as they looked<br />

more likely to score in the closing stages, even if both they and <strong>Ascot</strong> failed to muster a clear chance.<br />

<strong>Ascot</strong> will take seven days to regroup before their next fixture, also giving them time to try and find their missing<br />

jigsaw piece - if it is elsewhere than the treatment table.<br />

<strong>Ascot</strong> <strong>United</strong>: Gray, Lock, Haworth, Denton, Evans, D. Bailey, Laflin, Cliff, Davies (Hodges 75’), Richardson, Morgan<br />

(Andrady 60’). Subs unused: Masters, Ellis


<strong>Ascot</strong> <strong>United</strong> Ladies are up and running in the Southern<br />

Regions Women’s Football League after a comprehensive win<br />

over Warsash Wasps on Sunday afternoon. Darrel Evans’ side<br />

quickly recovered from going a goal down to run out 10-1<br />

winners, taking their first three points of the season after<br />

defeat last weekend.<br />

Freya Johnson (pictured) scored to pull her side level in the sixth minute, barely a minute after Wasps had<br />

taken the lead, and would even Amy Woollard made it 2-1 in the 8th minute before Dom Carrington (21’), and<br />

both Johnson (28’) and Woollard (32’) added to their own tallies to make it 5-1 just after the half-hour mark.<br />

However, the visitors weren’t helped when they lost a player with a shoulder injury early-on, and after she<br />

had departed for hospital they were down to the bare bones as a couple of players went down with cramp.<br />

Carrington’s cross-shot found its way in via the ’keeper’s hand to give <strong>Ascot</strong> a 6-1 lead at half time, and after<br />

Evans changed the shape in the second half his side relaxed and knocked the ball around with more<br />

confidence. Laura Spark had a solid game in defence, mopping up most of what Warsash could muster,<br />

although credit goes to the visitors who plugged away in the second half only to be restricted mainly to<br />

long-range efforts, which Lisa Phillips confidently dealt with.<br />

After Johnson had completed her hat-trick, impressive winger<br />

Georgia Bowers found the net with an audacious cross-shot to<br />

make it 8-1, before substitute Nicole Brown bagged a late<br />

brace – although she might have had two more – had it not<br />

been for a couple of good saves from the overworked visiting<br />

’keeper. The Ladies travel to Abingdon <strong>United</strong> next Sunday<br />

(2pm). Meanwhile, <strong>Ascot</strong> <strong>United</strong> Ladies Reserves lost 4-2 at<br />

Woking Reserves last weekend.


<strong>Ascot</strong> <strong>United</strong> Ladies play in the Southern Region Women's’ Football League – the highest level at which they<br />

have competed. The Ladies’ section starts down at the junior level with a host of teams – beginning with<br />

mixed teams at U7 - rising through girls’ sides from U10 up to a senior Development (reserve) side playing in<br />

the Thames Valley League. The junior sides operate on Saturdays or Sundays, with the Seniors (First and<br />

Development) playing on Sunday afternoon. The first team are managed by Darrel Evans and coached by<br />

Stephen Jeffery. The reserve team is managed by Jon Swallow. Find out more on our website. Sponsorship<br />

packages now available - ask a member of the committee!<br />

Amy Woollard Hannah Swallow Georgia Bowers<br />

Lisa Phillips<br />

Darcy Young<br />

Kelly Rideout<br />

Freya Johnson<br />

Isabel Woods<br />

Nicole Brown

Ian is a Biomechanics coach, supporting players returning from injury and<br />

improving strength and conditioning.


Sam Gray – goalkeeper<br />

Solid goalkeeper, confident with the<br />

ball at his feet. Established first<br />

teamer since 18/19 and was players’<br />

player of the year in 19/20 when he<br />

appeared in every league game.<br />

Sponsors: Gorilla Hub and Westcott<br />

Building Services<br />

Sam Hayes – goalkeeper<br />

Talented Youth Team ‘keeper who<br />

made his debut in a league cup win<br />

over Balham in 19/20. Sponsor: FJ Lane<br />

& Son<br />

Alex Sykes – goalkeeper<br />

Former England international Futsal<br />

team goalkeeper<br />

James Haworth – defence<br />

Winger who joined in 18/19 from Fleet<br />

Town, having previously played for<br />

Aldershot Town. Likes to get forward.<br />

Sponsor: <strong>Ascot</strong> <strong>United</strong> Ultras<br />

Louis Bouwers – defence<br />

A physical and dominant centre half<br />

and a leader on the pitch. Signed from<br />

Faringdon Town FC in 16/17 and now<br />

well-established as club captain.<br />

Sponsors: Just Mortgages and <strong>Ascot</strong><br />

<strong>United</strong> U18 Racing<br />

Chris Ellis – defence<br />

Signed for 18/19, a strong and<br />

dominant defender. Vastly<br />

experienced having played for<br />

Camberley Town, Egham Town and<br />

Chipstead.<br />

George Lock – defence<br />

A fearless right back previously with<br />

Binfield and Bracknell. Technically<br />

strong and a consistently high<br />

performer. Supporters POY in 18/19,<br />

part of a select few who have made<br />

100 appearances. Sponsors: Dave<br />

Bucktrout and Total Market Solutions<br />

Dan Bailey – defence<br />

Experienced centre back who<br />

skippered Flackwell Heath in 19/20.<br />

Previously played at a higher level<br />

with Marlow and has a level 2<br />

coaching qualification. Sponsor: Total<br />

Market Solutions<br />

Jonny Denton – midfield<br />

Former <strong>Ascot</strong> Youth team star who<br />

returned in 17/18 after a scholarship in<br />

the U.S. A dead ball specialist with<br />

over 150 appearances, he has twice<br />

won the player of the year award.<br />

Sponsors: Darcliffe Homes and<br />

Westcott Building Services<br />

Elliot Carey – midfield<br />

Combative midfielder who was signed<br />

in 18/19. Has a good ability to read the<br />

game. Sponsor: Code 3 Security<br />

Ben Hodges – midfield<br />

A talented player previously with<br />

Holmer Green. Very committed, Ben<br />

has great composure and an eye for a<br />

killer pass. Sponsor: P&P Litho<br />

Josh Masters - midfield<br />

Sponsor: Carrier


Calum Ferguson – midfield<br />

Signed in 19/20 having previously starred for<br />

a National League youth side. Also had a spell<br />

with Highworth Town. Sponsor: <strong>Ascot</strong> <strong>United</strong><br />

Foundation Academy<br />

Sam Evans – midfield<br />

Played for the U16s and U18s in 19/20 before<br />

making his first team debut in the same<br />

season. Exciting prospect having been with<br />

the club since his debut for the U8s. Sponsor:<br />

SL4 Vintage Handpicked Clothing<br />

Taylor Morgan - Forward<br />

Pacey forward who impressed whilst playing<br />

against us for Fleet Town during pre-season.<br />

Has played at a higher level including several<br />

seasons in the US Major League. Previous<br />

clubs include Toronto, Ostersunds (Sweden),<br />

Falkirk, Airdrie and Whitehawk.<br />

Aiden Higgs – forward<br />

Energetic forward who always gives 100%.<br />

Signed from Burnham during 19/20 and was<br />

in excellent form just before the season<br />

ended. Sponsor: Terry's Badges<br />

Rory Merrick – forward<br />

Signed for 19/20 and continues to improve.<br />

Calm and composed figure on the pitch and<br />

has great technical ability. Sponsor: Fitness<br />

Clinic<br />

Ian Davies – forward<br />

Prolific goalscorer who scored 25 goals for<br />

Binfield in 18/19 before top scoring for <strong>Ascot</strong><br />

with 23 goals in the curtailed 19/20<br />

campaign. Sponsor: Zipcar UK<br />

James Richardson – forward<br />

A talented forward who made his debut in<br />

17/18 aged just 16 and has won several<br />

England Schoolboys International caps. An<br />

exciting prospect with dazzling skills,<br />

tremendous work ethic and an abundance of<br />

energy. Sponsor: <strong>Ascot</strong> <strong>United</strong> U12 Aces<br />

Harry Laflin – forward<br />

Laffers joined in 18/19 when he scored 13<br />

goals. Added another 22 goals in 19/20<br />

despite often playing out of position, earning<br />

him the supporters’ player of the season<br />

award. Sponsor: Cameron Webb<br />

Aaron Berry – forward<br />

Returned in 19/20 for his second spell at the<br />

club. Strong and leads the line well.<br />

Previously with Burnham.<br />

Riccardo Andrady – forward<br />

Signed from Basingstoke Town for 20/21.<br />

Pacey and skilful wide player. Sponsor: Omni<br />

Plastering, <strong>Ascot</strong><br />

Jamie Tompkins – manager<br />

Highly respected throughout the club who<br />

guided the team to league cup glory in 18/19<br />

before taking the team to top of the league<br />

before the 19/20 campaign was curtailed.<br />

Football Development manager at Brentford<br />

FC. Sponsors: <strong>Ascot</strong> <strong>United</strong> U16 Youth and<br />

<strong>Ascot</strong> <strong>United</strong> U12 Youth<br />

Jamie Ashdown - goalkeeping coach<br />

Needs little introduction, former professional<br />

Jamie began his career with Reading before<br />

making over 100 appearances for<br />

Portsmouth between 2004-2012. A huge asset<br />

to the club where he coaches at all levels.<br />

Sponsor: <strong>Ascot</strong> <strong>United</strong> FC Veterans<br />

Dan Masters – asst. manager<br />

Dan is in his third season with <strong>Ascot</strong> Utd and<br />

is a crucial part of the coaching staff.<br />

Sponsor: <strong>Ascot</strong> <strong>United</strong> U12 Youth<br />

Georgia Buddin - Therapist<br />

Stepped up to be the lead therapist at <strong>Ascot</strong><br />

<strong>United</strong> in 19/20, supporting the fitness and<br />

recovery of the squad


<strong>Ascot</strong> <strong>United</strong> as we know it, was founded in 1965 by a men’s team who played their games at Sunninghill with “after<br />

match meetings” in The Wells in Cheapside village (now Mikado’s). teams playing as long ago as 1928 under the name<br />

<strong>Ascot</strong> <strong>United</strong> but nothing to link them directly to the current club. In 1965, the club had gained permission from the <strong>Ascot</strong><br />

Racecourse Trustees to convert the land east of coach park 10 into a football pitch. A wooden clubhouse was built and<br />

this team went on to win many prestigious trophies in the years that followed.<br />

Various youth teams represented <strong>Ascot</strong> <strong>United</strong> over the years up to 1988, and 1992 the East Berks 7-a-side Association<br />

was formed by our then Chairman Keith Wicks introducing small-sided junior games and having disbanded in 1980 the<br />

men’s team also reformed. The club continued to grow, entering into partnership with Charters School and being<br />

awarded FA Charter Standard status in 2004. The men’s senior team enjoyed early success through the East Berks<br />

League gaining continued promotions to the Senior division and winning various Cups including the Fielden Charity Cup<br />

in 1996/7. 2001 saw the 1st team join the Reading Senior League and winning the Evening Post Senior Cup at the<br />

Madejski Stadium in 2006. Promotion to the Hellenic League soon followed in 2007, followed by promotion to the<br />

Hellenic Premier Division in 2009. The club today has grown to become one of the largest Community football clubs in<br />

the UK with over 1000 registered players and over 70 teams playing every weekend embracing all ages and abilities<br />

from 5 year olds through to Vets. A new clubhouse opened in September 2010, together with an improved main pitch,<br />

floodlights and a stand.<br />

The club has enjoyed much success at all levels particularly in the Ladies and Girls Section where they are regularly<br />

winners of leagues and county Cups. Our senior Ladies won promotion to the Premier Division of the Southern Region<br />

Women’s’ Football League in 2017-18 and consolidated their position with a mid-table finish in 2018-19. Meanwhile, 2018-<br />

19 was an outstanding one for our junior Boys’ teams who won an array of county cups at various age groups, a feat<br />

we’ve rarely previously achieved.<br />

The past decade has been hugely successful for our first team; our debut in the FA Cup in 2011 attracted 1,149 people to<br />

the Racecourse on a Friday evening where the famous trophy itself was on display and the match was streamed live on<br />

Facebook. Between 2012-13 and 2015-16 we reached the Quarter Final of the FA Vase twice, enjoyed two top-three<br />

finishes in the Uhlsport Hellenic League Premier Division, and won both the Bluefin Sport Challenge Cup and Perpetua<br />

Press Floodlit Cup. More recently, our players’ development took the spotlight, as a host of Yellamen have enjoyed<br />

success with other local sides and many of our talented development players stepped up into the first team. After<br />

finishing 2017-18 in style, in 2018-19 new manager Jamie Tompkins led his side to the top of the table for long spells,<br />

winning two team-of-the-month awards, and finishing with league cup glory once again by defeating Windsor 3-1 on 6th<br />

May.<br />

We were transferred into the Combined Counties League for the 2019-20 season, playing on our new 3G pitch facility,<br />

which transformed the club by facilitating more of our teams’ matches and training at The Racecourse. The stronger<br />

platform facilitated further player development, and Jamie’s young side would lead the table for long periods before<br />

establishing what looked like a title-winning margin at the top shortly before the league was aborted due to the global<br />

virus pandemic.<br />

Jamie has retained most of his squad for the 2020-21 season and they are eager to make another attempt at winning the<br />

title. One of the benefits of not winning promotion last season is that we will re-acquaint with some of the new friends we<br />

made along the way! But most importantly, the club is committed to ensuring the health and safety of players, officials<br />

and supporters so that grassroots football can continue to thrive in the way that it should.

CLUB HISTORY - <strong>CB</strong> HOUNSLOW UNITED<br />

<strong>CB</strong> <strong>Hounslow</strong> <strong>United</strong> F.C is a Football club based in the London Borough of <strong>Hounslow</strong>. The team was<br />

originally named Richmond Rangers, and was a collection of friends and local troubled youth that<br />

where losing their path in life.<br />

In season 1987/88 Richmond Rangers where disbanded and reformed in 1988/89 under the name<br />

of <strong>CB</strong> united.<br />

<strong>CB</strong> <strong>Hounslow</strong> <strong>United</strong> FC carry the community flag for football and support in <strong>Hounslow</strong>, since the<br />

demise of the historic <strong>Hounslow</strong> FC which was formed in 1884. Community support is the essence<br />

of what we do as a club.<br />

Currently the club supports Promise Academy for 16 to 18 year olds. With a sports and educational<br />

programme. Promise Academy Mini Kickers and OHM Sports Mini Kickers<br />

<strong>CB</strong> stands for ‘Cater Bank’ which was the company co-owned by the late father of our chairman<br />

Frank James. <strong>CB</strong> <strong>Hounslow</strong> played in the <strong>Hounslow</strong> & District Football League with some distinction,<br />

and after 5 successful years we were promoted to the Middlesex County Football League (MCFL) in<br />

1994/95 . That’s when we then took our present name <strong>CB</strong> <strong>Hounslow</strong> <strong>United</strong>.<br />

<strong>CB</strong> <strong>Hounslow</strong> <strong>United</strong> 1st team played for 11 years in the MCFL before being promoted to the<br />

Combined Counties in 2005/6 season. The club is now affiliated to the Combined Counties League,<br />

Middlesex County FL, West Middlesex Sunday League, Allied Counties Youth League, Surrey Youth<br />

League, West Middlesex Youth League and Harrow Youth League and CGL.<br />

This season and going forward the club has now a Patron: Mr Max Lea MBE a stalwart in football,<br />

who come up through the referee ranks and played football for Old Parmiterians Football Club. His<br />

support to Club is hugely appreciated and can only benefit the club going forward.<br />

Also, Frank the owner of <strong>CB</strong> has handed the reigns over to Mr Dave Fuller who will become the<br />

Chairman of the board. Allowing Frank to concentrate on just football matters as he enjoys running<br />

a team. Dave comes with a huge amount of experience. He is a MCFA Councillor and has officiated<br />

in Middlesex for over 50 years and <strong>CB</strong> itself for 20 years.<br />

The club this season will be competing in The FA Cup, The FA Vase, The FA Youth Cup and MCFA<br />

Senior Charity Cup amongst many other Cups.<br />

As always we would like to thank our numerous sponsors, who donate to the youth teams and the<br />

main body of the club and also help greatly with the fundraising. The club continues to grow its<br />

partnership with DNATA, <strong>United</strong> Airlines, Biffa, Tarmac. Mohan’s Caterers, AIR Consultants,<br />

As a club we have over 50 volunteers who make up our management, coaching and secretarial<br />

staff who without them the club wouldn’t be where it is now.<br />

Finally, <strong>CB</strong> <strong>Hounslow</strong> send out our Condolences to all in the football fraternity who have lost family,<br />

friends to Covid-19<br />

Website: www.cbhounslowunitedfc.com<br />

Twitter: @cbhounslow1989<br />

Facebook: <strong>CB</strong> <strong>Hounslow</strong> Utd FC

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