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OFFICIAL PROGRAMME - SIXPENCE Headquarters & Ground: Park Lane,

Leigh Beck,

Canvey Island,

Essex.

Telephone: Canvey Island 2991

CANVEY ISLAND FOOTBALL

CLUB

(Affiliated to Essex County F.A. - Members of the BetVictor Isthmian League) Chairman: J. BATCH Esq.

Team Manager: M. BENTLEY Esq.

Secretary: G. SUTTON Esq.

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BETVICTOR ISTHMIAN LEAGUE NORTH

CANVEY ISLAND F. C. Versus

HISTON SATURDAY, 30th NOVEMBER 2019 CANVEY ISLAND 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

L. JOHNSON D. HUMPHREYS M. KENT J. WHITE (c) M. FINNERAN A. STEPHENSON K. GILBERT M. LOCK T. JOSEPH F. EASTWOOD J. HUTCHINSON

12 14 15 16 17

R. MELAUGH S. DULIEU A. LEVETT R. LACEY J. HALLETT

M M. BENTLEY A B. WELLMEN

Referee: Valentine Anekwe

SOUTHEND SPORTS CENTRE 663 SOUTHCHURCH ROAD Tel: Southend 67688

Assistants: Joshua Howard Ben Al-Shaikh

KICK-OFF 3.00 p.m. HISTON 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

S. ROACH A. BALLESTER A. LAWRENCE P. BEXFIELD M.YORK J. CHIVERS E. ROLPH G. COY D. BROWN B. HARRADINE D. GOULD

12 14 15 16 17

L. SMITH S. SWINTON E. KEY L. McDONALD O. MULLEE

M L. KEY C M. CRITOPH C S. DAY

Registered in England and Wales with Company Registration Number 04522700 Park Lane, Canvey Island, Essex, SS8 7PX www.canveyislandfc.com - info@canveyislandfc.com - 01268 682991 People With Significant Interest In The Club: Mr JB Batch, Mr GL Sutton and Mr MC O’Brien “The Isthmian Football League strongly supports the FA statement that there should be a zero tolerance approach against racism and all forms of discrimination. Accordingly any form of discriminatory abuse whether it be based on race or ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender, faith, age, ability or any other form of abuse will be reported to The Football Association for action by that Association.” (The FA 0800 085 0508 / Kick it Out 020 7253 0162)


INTRODUCTION

WELCOME TO PARK LANE Good afternoon Ladies and Gentlemen and welcome to Park Lane for today's BetVictor Isthmian League North match against Histon. We hope that the players, officials and supporters of the Stutes, along with today's match officials, enjoy their time with us and have a safe journey home afterwards. Histon Today's visitors are currently 10th in the table and come into this match following a 2-0 defeat at home to Cambridge City in the Cambridgeshire Invitation Cup Quarter Final on Tuesday night This will be our fifth competitive match against the Stutes, with our record to date reading P 4, W 2, D 2, L 0, F 11, A 8. Recent Results Our last match was on Tuesday night where we beat Witham Town 5-0 here in the Velocity Trophy Group Six. Our goals were scored by Tobi Joseph, Freddy Eastwood, Josh Hutchinson, Dan Humphreys and Kane Gilbert.

Upcoming Fixtures After today we will play our next three matches away from home. On Tuesday night we travel to Tilbury in our final Velocity Trophy Group Six match, kick off at 19:45. We then head to Heybridge Swifts in the BetVictor Isthmian League North next Saturday (15:00) before travelling to Parkside to face Grays Athletic in the BBC Essex Senior Cup 4th Round on Wednesday 11th December (19:45). Our next home match is on Saturday 14th December when we host Felixstowe & Walton United in the BetVictor Isthmian League North, kick off at 15:00. In other matches taking place here at Park Lane, next Saturday Benfleet host Halstead Town in the Thurlow Nunn First Division South, kick off at 15:00. Admission is priced at £5.00 Adults, £3.00 Concessions (Over-60’s, Students with Valid ID) and £1.00 Under-16’s. The following day AFC Basildon Women take on Stevenage Women in the FA Women's National League Division One South East, kick off at 15:00. Ad-


mission is priced at ÂŁ3.00 Adults and ÂŁ1.00 Under-16's/Concessions. Squad Update On Thursday evening we completed the signing of forward Sam Bantick. Sam, 28, has played for clubs including Heybridge Swifts, Tonbridge Angels, AFC Hornchurch, AFC Sudbury, Concord Rangers, VCD Athletic and Hatfield Town. He has played for Enfield Town and Cambridge City earlier this season, recently featuring for Romford. Sam is available for selection this afternoon and we welcome him to the club. Fixture Update Our BetVictor Isthmian League North matches at home to Cambridge City and away to Witham Town have both been rearranged. We will now host Cambridge City on Tuesday 14th January, travelling to Witham Town a week later on Tuesday 21st January. Both matches will kick off at 19:45. Mascot Today's mascot is five-year-old Dolcie Hallett, daughter of our very own striker Jason. Dolcie attends Hillhouse School in Waltham Abbey and supports Totten-

ham Hotspur and, of course, Canvey Island. Her favourite players are Harry Kane and her dad...two prolific goalscorers! We hope that Dolcie enjoys the match and that Jason can mark the occasion with a goal or two! If you have a child that would like to be a mascot at a home match, please email info@canveyislandfc.com to express your interest and for more information.


MANAGER'S NOTES MARK BENTLEY

Hello everyone and welcome to today's league match against Histon. We're desperate to start climbing up the table and having picked up four points from the last six on offer, we'd love to add another three to that this afternoon. Histon however have proven themselves to be a dangerous side on their day, knocking league leaders Bury Town out of the FA Cup and more recently drawing 1-1 away to Maldon & Tiptree. On Tuesday night we completed a straight forward 5-0 win here against Witham Town. With neither side able to qualify for the knockout stages it was a bit of a dead rubber. I encouraged the lads to treat the match as a high intensity training session, and they did just that to blow Witham away and lead 4-0 at half time.

Having had our league match away to Witham called off on the Saturday I was able to name a full strength side. I was very impressed with the way we performed, playing some goodtwo touch football, getting in good areas and creating lots of chances. It was also good to have five different players on the scoresheet, including Freddy Eastwood who bagged his first goal in senior football. Freddy has impressed me in his two appearances to date and I expect him to get better and better with more experience. Speaking of goalscorers, I was delighted to have signed Sam Bantick on Thursday night. He is a proven goalscorer and will add to our already exciting attacking options.

Mark


AWAY DAY PREVIEW CHRIS SMITH

On Saturday 7th of December, we make the short trip to Scraley Road to take on Heybridge Swifts in the BetVictor Isthmian North. The Swifts have made a very impressive start to their league campaign, and at the time of writing this are in a comfortable play-off position. Last season was an incredibly successful one for the Swifts, when former West Ham, Birmingham, Liverpool and Canvey Island player, Julian Dicks, guided them to a play-off final win over local rivals, Maldon & Tiptree. Despite this triumph, heartbreak followed as they were denied promotion to the BetVictor Premier. Only five eighth-tier play-off winners with the best points-per-game record were promoted, with the Swifts being ranked sixth. Julian’s hard work didn’t go unnoticed as he was successful in obtaining a first team coaching role at West Bromwich Albion, serving under manager, Slaven Bilić. We look forward to seeing some familiar faces in the Swifts squad, which includes former Gulls, Jordan Cox and Harrison Chatting. Hopefully these lads will be muted by the Gulls defence. This is set to be a tough test for the Gulls, and it should be a cracking non-league atmosphere as the Swifts have a great vocal following. Get right behind the Gulls as they battle for the three points! Ground Information Address: The Aspen Waite Stadium, Scraley Road, Heybridge, CM9 8JA Admission Prices: £10.00 Adult, £5.00 Con-

cession (over 65s or in full-time education) & free for Under-16s Travel Information Car: This is the easiest way to get to Scraley Road as there are no nearby transport links. Directions from Canvey Island Football Club can be found here:

Parking: Scraley Road has a small car park, however parking is plentiful on roads near to the ground, with minimal restrictions in place. Food & Drink Scraley Road accommodates a licensed clubhouse, which serves a range of alcoholic & non alcoholic drinks. The clubhouse shows televised football, and has a pool table to keep you entertained pre and post match. Alternatively, if you’re looking for somewhere outside the ground, then the closest pubs are just a short drive away: The Sunny Sailor, CM9 4LE - 5 minutes Wetherspoons Rose & Crown, CM9 5ET - 6 minutes Queens Head Inn, CM9 5HN - 8 minutes


MATCH REPORT WITHAM TOWN (H) Canvey Island 5 Tobi Joseph (15') Freddy Eastwood (31') Josh Hutchinson (37') Dan Humphreys (42') Kane Gilbert (54'p) Witham Town 0 Attendance: 91 Starting XI: Lamar Johnson, Dan Humphreys, Max Kent, James White (c) (Off 46'), Michael Finneran, Alex Stephenson, Kane Gilbert, Matt Lock (Off 46'), Tobi Joseph, Freddy Eastwood (Off 57'), Josh Hutchinson. Subs: Ryan Melaugh, Sam Dulieu (On 57'), Albert Levett (On 46'), Rob Lacey (On 46'), Mark Bentley. Canvey Island cruised to a 5-0 victory against Witham Town in the Velocity Trophy Group Six at Park Lane on Tuesday night. In what was a dead rubber for both teams, Canvey looked more motivated than Witham and made that count with five different players getting their names on the scoresheet. Witham goalkeeper Rhys Madden was called into action after only five minutes, making an excellent double save. Tobi Jo-

seph’s low ball from the right was steered towards goal by Kane Gilbert sliding in, but Madden was well placed to keep the shot out. The loose ball fell to Dan Humphreys who shot towards the bottom corner was also kept out by Madden, his time diving full to his right. Lamar Johnson’s first involvement since returning from international duty came on 13 minutes when forward Alfie Cleal met a deep free kick by Kieran Michaels with a flick on header. However, he didn’t change the direction of the ball sufficiently enough to prevent Johnson from grasping possession. Canvey took the lead on the quarter of an hour mark when Josh Hutchinson set off on a positive run from midfield. He made up 20 yards before playing the ball out left to Max Kent who sent in a low ball to the front post which found Tobi Joseph. The forward was unmarked and had time to take a touch before smashing the ball home from point blank range. Joseph nearly turned from scorer to provider on 20 minutes when he received the ball from Freddy Eastwood down the right. Joseph played the ball across the face of goal to the back post which Josh Hutchinson failed to make contact on running in. Both Dan Humphreys and Freddy Eastwood had long range efforts saved by Rhys Madden before Eastwood doubled


Canvey’s advantage on 31 minutes. Following a good tackle from James White over by the dugouts, the ball was played down the left wing which Eastwood collected, took infield and finished across goal from a tight angle. It was 3-0 six minutes later with Eastwood involved again. This time the striker’s shot was blocked by a defender but looped up and landed at the feet of Josh Hutchinson. The winger brought the ball under control before finishing confidently from 12 yards. Witham had a chance to reduce the arrears on 40 minutes when forward Marcus Bowers was played in behind the Canvey defence to the left of goal, leaving himself one-on-one with Lamar Johnson. However, the keeper did well, coming off his line and saving with his legs at the expense of a corner. This missed opportunity proved costly two minutes later when Dan Humphreys killed off any chance of a comeback. A good cross-field ball to Kane Gilbert on the right allowed the winger to slide a

pass through to Dan Humphreys to leave himself with only Rhys Madden to beat. The keeper saved his shot from a tight angle, but the ball rebounded back to Humphreys who finished at the second time of asking. Kane Gilbert saw a shot saved after being played through down the right three minutes into the second half, but would add his name to the scoresheet on 54 minutes after substitute Rob Lacey was brought down inside the box by Rhys Madden. Gilbert stepped up and picked out the bottom corner expertly from the penalty spot to score Canvey’s fifth. It looked as though the floodgates might open once again as they had in the first half, but this failed to materialise. The closes they came was in the 91st minute when a good pass from the left by Alex Stephenson found Tobi Joseph on the edge of the six yard box, but his first time shot was brilliantly saved by substitute goalkeeper James Askew.

Photo: KJA Sports Images


FIXTURES & RESULTS 2019/20 Date

K/O

Oppositon

Score

H/A

Competition

Sat 13th Jul

15:00

Hornchurch

W 3-1

H

Friendly

Sat 20th Jul

15:00

Bowers & Pitsea

W 1-0

H

Friendly

Tue 23rd Jul

19:45

Walthamstow

L 1-0

A

Friendly

Sat 27th Jul

15:00

Ashford United

W 2-0

H

Friendly

Mon 29th Jul

19:45

Leyton Orient XI

W 3-2

H

Friendly

Sat 3rd Aug

15:00

Cheshunt

L 2-0

H

Friendly

Sat 10th Aug

15:00

Waltham Abbey

W 4-2

A

Friendly

Sat 17th Aug

15:00

Romford

W 2-1

A

League

Tue 20th Aug

19:45

Grays Athletic

W 2-1

H

League

Sat 24th Aug

15:00

Stotfold

W 2-0

A

FA Cup Prelim

Mon 26th Aug

15:00

Hullbridge Sports

W 3-1

A

League

Sat 31st Aug

15:00

Bury Town

L 2-0

H

League

Tue 3rd Sep

19:45

Hullbridge Sports

D 0-0

H

Velocity Trophy Group 6

Sat 7th Sep

15:00

Waltham Abbey

D 2-2

A

FA Cup 1st Qual

Tue 10th Sep

19:45

Waltham Abbey

W 2-1

H

FA Cup 1st Qual Replay

Sat 14th Sep

15:00

Coggeshall Town

L 3-1

A

League

Tue 17th Sep

19:45

Maldon & Tiptree

L 5-0

A

League

Sat 21st Sep

15:00

St Ives Town

D 0-0

A

FA Cup 2nd Qual

Tue 24th Sep

19:45

St Ives Town

W 3-2 AET

H

FA Cup 2nd Qual Replay

Sat 28th Sep

15:00

Welwyn Garden City

W 4-1

A

FA Trophy Extra-Prelim

Sat 5th Oct

15:00

Bowers & Pitsea

D 1-1

H

FA Cup 3rd Qual

Tue 8th Oct

19:45

Bowers & Pitsea

D 1-1 (L 5-3p)

A

FA Cup 3rd Qual Replay

Sat 12th Oct

15:00

Ashford Town (Middx)

D 2-2

A

FA Trophy Prelim

Tue 15th Oct

19:45

Ashford Town (Middx)

W 5-0

H

FA Trophy Prelim Replay

Sat 19th Oct

15:00

Basildon United

W 2-1

H

League

Tue 22nd Oct

19:45

Great Wakering Rovers

L 2-0

H

Velocity Trophy Group 6

Sat 26th Oct

15:00

Chipstead

D 3-3

A

FA Trophy 1st Qual

Sat 26th Oct

15:00

Chipstead

W 2-1

H

FA Trophy 1st Qual

Sat 2nd Nov

15:00

AFC Sudbury

L 2-1

A

League

Tue 5th Nov

19:45

Harlow Town

W 2-0

A

Essex Senior Cup 3rd


Date

K/O

Oppositon

Sat 9th Nov

15:00

Haringey Borough

L 2-1

H/A A

FA Trophy 2nd Qual

Tue 12th Nov

19:45

Brentwood Town

W 3-2

H

League

Sat 16th Nov

15:00

Great Wakering Rovers

D 1-1

A

League

Tue 19th Nov

19:45

Basildon United

L 5-3

A

Velocity Trophy Group 6

Tue 26th Nov

19:45

Witham Town

W 5-0

A

Velocity Trophy Group 6

Sat 30th Nov

15:00

Histon

H

League

Tue 3rd Dec

19:45

Tilbury

A

Velocity Trophy Group 6

Sat 7th Dec

15:00

Heybridge Swifts

A

League

Wed 11th Dec

19:45

Grays Athletic

A

Essex Senior Cup 4th

Sat 14th Dec

15:00

Felixstowe & Walton Utd

H

League

Sat 21st Dec

15:00

Aveley

H

League

Thu 26th Dec

15:00

Tilbury

A

League

Sat 28th Dec

15:00

Hullbridge Sports

H

League

Sat 4th Jan

15:00

Bury Town

A

League

Tue 7th Jan

19:45

Soham Town Rangers

A

League

Sat 11th Jan

15:00

Dereham Town

H

League

Tue 14th Jan

19:45

Cambridge City

H

League

Sat 18th Jan

15:00

Basildon United

A

League

Tue 21st Jan

19:45

Witham Town

A

League

Sat 25th Jan

15:00

Soham Town Rangers

H

League

Sat 1st Feb

15:00

Brentwood Town

A

League

Tue 4th Feb

19:45

Maldon & Tiptree

H

League

Sat 8th Feb

15:00

Heybridge Swifts

H

League

Sat 15th Feb

15:00

Felixstowe & Walton Utd

A

League

Sat 22nd Feb

15:00

AFC Sudbury

H

League

Sat 29th Feb

15:00

Cambridge City

A

League

Sat 7th Mar

15:00

Great Wakering Rovers

H

League

Sat 14th Mar

15:00

Aveley

A

League

Sat 21st Mar

15:00

Coggeshall Town

H

League

Sat 28th Mar

15:00

Dereham Town

A

League

Sat 4th Apr

15:00

Romford

H

League

Sat 11th Apr

15:00

Grays Athletic

A

League

Mon 13th Apr

15:00

Tilbury

H

League

Sat 18th Apr

15:00

Witham Town

H

League

Sat 25th Apr

15:00

Histon

A

League

Date

K/O

Oppositon

TBC

TBC

Hullbridge Sports

H/A H

Competition

Competition Thameside Trophy 1st


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LEAGUE TABLE

BETVICTOR ISTHMIAN NORTH 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

Bury Town Maldon & Tiptree Coggeshall Town Heybridge Swifts Grays Athletic Aveley Great Wakering Rovers Dereham Town Tilbury Histon AFC Sudbury Cambridge City Canvey Island Soham Town Rangers Hullbridge Sports Witham Town Felixstowe & Walton United Basildon United Brentwood Town Romford

P

W

D

L

F

A

GD

PTS

11 9 13 13 13 11 13 13 13 14 12 12 10 13 12 13 14 12 12 13

8 8 7 7 7 6 6 5 5 6 5 5 5 4 3 3 3 2 2 1

2 1 4 3 1 3 3 5 4 1 1 1 1 2 4 3 3 3 3 2

1 0 2 3 5 2 4 3 4 7 6 6 4 7 5 7 8 7 7 10

24 26 20 26 27 26 22 28 19 22 21 17 15 23 14 20 14 15 19 21

10 5 13 19 19 13 17 21 15 31 24 21 19 26 18 29 25 21 28 45

14 21 7 7 8 13 5 7 4 -9 -3 -4 -4 -3 -4 -9 -11 -6 -9 -24

26 25 25 24 22 21 21 20 19 19 16 16 16 14 13 12 12 9 9 5

Today's BetVictor Isthmian League North Fixtures Basildon United v Brentwood Town Bury Town v Coggeshall Town Cambridge City v Aveley Canvey Island v Histon Felixstowe & Walton United v Dereham Town Grays Athletic v Hullbridge Sports Heybridge Swifts v Great Wakering Rovers Romford v Tilbury Soham Town Rangers v Witham Town


ISTHMIAN UPDATE LEAGUE NEWS Bognor Regis Town Bognor Regis Town have raided BetVictor Isthmian League Premier Division rivals Worthing for a second player in a matter of days by acquiring highly rated defender Ross Edwards from Woodside Road. A player who has come on in leaps and bounds since joining Worthing`s youth team, the now 21-year-old finally got a taste of first team action in late November 2015. This was followed by a couple more cameos off the bench before a full and assured first start at Whyteleafe in April 2016. A versatile defender or midfielder with Sussex under-18s, Sussex Schools, England Schools and England Colleges representative honours, he was handed the captain’s armband for the first time at Lowestoft Town at the start of the 2017/18 season. He has made 17 appearances this season, starting 7 of those. Edwards re-joins former Rebels` teammate Ben Mendoza at Nyewood Lane, the 23-year-old having made the same switch a few days ago. Mendoza signed for Worthing in July, returning to his Sussex roots where he grew up in Chichester after being on a football scholarship in the USA at the University of Rio Grande.

He can play on the wing or through the middle of the pitch and won the Isthmian Under-18 League with Bognor before departing for the States and was one of only five players to be placed on The River States Conference Men’s Soccer ScholarAthlete team last year. Margate BetVictor Isthmian League Premier Division club Margate have signed midfielder Kieran Monlouis on a month's loan from Vanarama National League South side Dulwich Hamlet. The 23-year-old joined Dulwich in June from league rivals Hemel Hempstead Town. He spent the latter half of the 2018/19 season at Hemel after leaving Scottish Premiership side Hamilton Academical. He previously played for Maldon & Tiptree, AFC Sudbury and St Albans City, having been part of the youth set-ups at Crystal Palace, Stoke City and Charlton Athletic. He moved to St Albans City to Hamilton in August 2018 but returned south in January 2019. A Saint Lucia international, Monlouis made his Gate debut in Saturday`s 2-2 draw at Hartsdown Park against Potters Bar Town.


Lewes Striker Billy Medlock has re-joined BetVictor Isthmian League Premier Division club Lewes. The 27-year-old started out at Eastbourne Borough and had several loan spells whilst at Priory Lane, including one at Lewes in 2011/12, before leaving permanently for Sutton United, St Albans City and then Tonbridge Angels, who he joined in June 2014. He then had his first spell with Hastings United from September 2015 and became very popular with supporters and was also a regular goalscorer. He left the Pilot Field in September 2016 for Dorking Wanderers. Medlock departed Dorking Wanderers the following December for Burgess Hill Town but left the Hillians by mutual consent in February 2017 when he signed for Haywards Heath Town. The experienced striker re-joined Lewes in September 2017 and was top scorer as the Rooks won promotion to the Premier Division at the end of that campaign, scoring 18 goals in 38 appearances. In January 2019 he decided to take time out of the game for personal reasons but is now back raring to go. Marlow Mark Bartley, manager of BetVictor Isthmian League South Central club Marlow has signed forward Nnamdi Nwachuku. Nwachuku, who turns 25 tomorrow, had only joined Vanarama National League South side Welling United from Isthmian North outfit Coggeshall Town in October. He came through youth ranks at both

Reading and Colchester United before embarking on a four-year spell with Coggeshall, being a member of the side that won the 2018/19 Thurlow Nunn League and promotion to the Isthmian North. He scored 101 goals in his first 100 appearances for the SeedGrowers including 44 in just 34 appearances during the 2016/17 campaign. He had scored 7 goals in 8 league and cup games for Coggeshall prior to his move to the Wings. Merstham BetVictor Isthmian League Premier Division club have re-signed central defender Mitchal Gough for a third time from Southern League Premier Division South side Farnborough. Gough had only been with Farnborough a few weeks after being with league rivals Hayes & Yeading United. He joined Hayes & Yeading in March 2019 from another Southern Premier South rival, Harrow Borough. He started out with Ashford Town (Middx) before moving to Staines Town in August 2015. Subsequent moves took him to both Merstham, Kingstonian and back to Merstham at the start of the 2018/19 season, joining Harrow from the latter a few weeks later. Source for all stories: Non League Today


PLAYER STATS 2019/20

2018/19 League

Manny Adelokunbo Azeez Alabi Mark Bentley Rob Budd Hamilton Bunga Charlie Cobb Danny Confrey Mitch Curran Finley Dopson Sam Dulieu Freddy Eastwood Ethan Evison Jose Figura Michael Finneran Samrai Gebrai Kane Gilbert Enoch Gyimah Jason Hallett Dan Humphreys Josh Hutchinson Lamar Johnson Tobi Joseph Max Kent Sammy Knott Martyn Lacey Rob Lacey Taylor Lawrence Albert Levett

Cup

Career Total

Total

Start (Sub)

Goals

Start (Sub)

Goals

Start (Sub)

Goals

Start (Sub)

Goals

0(0)

0

1(1)

0

1(1)

0

1(1)

0

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Zack Littlejohn Matt Lock Alfie Macdonald Jerome Mayhew Ryan Melaugh Ade Osifuwa George Purcell Aaron Russell Alex Stephenson Charlie Sullivan Aaron Tatham Elliott Warren James White Jamie Williams

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CLUB HISTORY HISTON

The club was formed in 1904 as Histon Institute FC, and played for 44 years in the Cambridgeshire Football League. John Chivers, chairman of major Histon employer Chivers & Sons, helped to found the football club. The company donated a field then covered in roses for the club to play on, which is commemorated in the rose on Histon’s crest. From 1926 the club moved to its current location, where a grandstand was erected in 1934. In 1948 the club became champions of the Cambs League and joined the Spartan League, winning promotion to its Premier Division in 1951. The “Institute” was dropped from the club’s name that season. The top forward in those days was Mo Thurston, who scored 63 goals in season 1949-50. In 1960 Histon entered the Delphian League, which became part of the Athenian League structure in 1963, but struggled at that level. The pitch was re-sited at right angles to the old one in 1960-61, and a replacement stand opened in 1964-65. In 1965 Histon switched to the Eastern Counties League, where they were to play for the next 35 years. When the ECL adopted a two-division format in 1988, Histon were placed in the Premier Division. In the 1989–90 season, with

Alan Doyle as manager, Histon won the ECL League Cup and sold players Lance Key and Shaun Sowden to Sheffield Wednesday and Giuliano Maiorana to Manchester United. The transfer fee rescued the club financially, and a Manchester United team played Histon on 19 May 1989. Following administrative and financial difficulties in 1993, the club was relegated to ECL Division One in 1995 but were promoted back to the Premier Division two years later. The 1997–98 season saw Neil Kennedy establish a club record by scoring 46 senior goals in the season, and Histon finished 3rd. Finally in the 1999–2000 season Histon won the ECL Premier Division title under the management of former Cambridge United player Steve Fallon, appointed on 27 July 1999, and were promoted to the Southern League Eastern Division. In the first three Southern League seasons Histon managed 4th spot twice and then a disappointing 10th, which momentarily halted the rise in fortunes experienced under Steve Fallon, but the 2003–04 season saw the club finish 2nd in the Eastern Division to claim promotion to the Premier Division. The following year Histon took on League Two side Shrewsbury Town in the FA Cup 1st Round Proper, setting up a 2nd Round


tie at home to Yeovil Town with a 2–0 victory. They lost to Yeovil, but clinched the Southern League Premier Division title on the last day of the 2004-05 season and were promoted to the Conference South. In their first Conference South season Histon finished 5th, enough to secure a place in the play-offs for promotion to the Conference National. They won their first play-off game away at Farnborough Town 3–0, but lost 2–0 in the final against St. Albans City. In the FA Cup they reached the second round proper. The team managed a draw away at Nuneaton Borough but were defeated in the replay at Bridge Road 2–1 before a crowd of 3,077. The season was also notable for a 5–0 win against local rivals Cambridge United in the FA Trophy. On 14 April 2007 Histon, now popularly known as the Stutes, beat Welling United 1–0 at Bridge Road to go 19 points clear at the top of the Conference South in the final table. Two days previously, officials from the Conference had passed Bridge Road as fit for Conference National football, paving the way for promotion (the club’s fourth in 7 years) to the highest point in the non league pyramid. In the same season striker Neil Kennedy scored his 300th goal for the club with a hat-trick against Havant & Waterlooville. Histon’s 2007-08 season in the Conference National saw the Stutes play their first televised game, Setanta broadcasting the 1–0 home win against Oxford United. Later that season the club broke

their record home attendance when a crowd of 3,721 saw Histon beat Cambridge United 1–0 on 1 January 2008. Histon finished the season 7th. The club’s record goal scorer, Neil Kennedy, played his last competitive game against Forest Green Rovers on the last day of the season in a substitute appearance. The second season of Conference National football saw the Stutes finish third, qualifying for the play-offs, where they were defeated 2–1 on aggregate by Torquay United in the semi-final. In the FA Cup Histon reached the third round, losing 2-1 at home to Championship side Swansea City, after beating League One opposition in Swindon Town 1–0 at home in the first round, and Leeds United 1–0 at home in the second round, the first time Leeds had lost to a non-league side. The Leeds United match was on national television, the attendance was 4,103, and the winning goal was scored by Matt Langston. Histon’s fortunes declined after the high spots of the 2008-09 season, as the money ran out. In November 2009 Gareth Baldwin ended his 17-year tenure as chairman of the club, and in January 2010 Steve Fallon’s highly successful ten years as Histon manager came to an end. The club finished 18th in the Conference National in season 2009/10 and bottom in 2010/11. Alan Lewer, John Beck, and David Livermore served successively as managers. Histon finished their first Conference North season in 16th place and David Livermore left the club at the end of that season. Den-


nis Greene took over but left the Club in December 2012, to be replaced by former player Nacer Relizani assisted by the club’s youth team coach Brian Page. The duo led the team to Conference North safety on the last day of the 2012/13 season before Relizani stepped down and Page took over the top job. Histon were now playing with a very young side largely drawn from the club’s youth structure. The 2013/14 season saw them relegated from the Conference North to the Southern Premier League. Brian Page kept them at that level in season 2014/15, securing an 18th place finish, but even the return of Steve Fallon in October 2015 could not prevent further relegation to the Southern League Division 1 Central at the end of season 2015-16. In October 2016 Fallon became Director of Football, with Lance Key returning to the club (again) this time as man-

ager. Season 2016/17 however saw yet another relegation, back to the Eastern Counties League where it all started in the 1990’s. After a season of adjustment in 2017-18 at the end of which the team finished 6th in the Eastern Counties League Premier Division, 2018-19 saw the club heading in the right direction again as Key lead the side to promotion claiming the league title with an impressive 14 point margin which put Histon back at Step 4 with a place in the Isthmian League North Division for 2019-20. Under the current chairmanship of John Hall, Histon FC has focused on restoring community links, simplifying ownership structure, repaying debts, cutting costs, introducing ladies teams, and youth development – with a clear pathway from Academy through Scholarship and into the First Team for our young players.


PLAYER PROFILES HISTON

Sam Roach - Goalkeeper - Very talented young keeper who was a part of the academy here at Bridge Road before moving on to Leyton Orient, from where he joined us on loan for the latter part of the 2016-17 season. Left Orient to join Mildenhall Town in the summer of 2017 and re-joined Histon on loan in December. That loan was made permanent in January 2018 and he has established himself as the first choice Number 1 with a string of impressive performances between the sticks. James Chivers - Defender - Signed from Newmarket Town in September 2017 who also had a brief spell at Bridge Road during the 2016-17 season. Has become a mainstay of the defence since signing with a consistently high level of performance that has made him an important part of the Histon back line. Scored his first goal for the club at Stowmarket Town towards the end of the 2017-18 season. George Coy - Defender - George joined us in October 2019 after a brief spell at Mildenhall Town. He is a natural left-sided player who is equally comfortable in midfield or defence. George played his youth football with Rushden and Diamonds but moved across to the

Cambridge United scholarship programme when the Northamptonshire club folded. On his release from the U’s, George gained valuable experience with Hardwick and Cambridge University Press before moving to Australia. Almost a year later, the 23-year old is back in the UK and looking to re-ignite his career at Bridge Road. Alfie Lawrence - Defender - Young defender who is a Histon Scholar and captain of the Under 18’s side. He has certainly made an impression this season, earning his first call up to the senior side for the FA Trophy tie against Corby Town in October when making his debut from the bench. His first senior start came soon after in the Velocity Trophy against Soham Town Rangers before making his first league start for us in November away at Maldon & Tiptree to much acclaim with a man of the match performance at left back. Lewis McDonald - Defender - Right sided defender who came through the Histon Scholarship, making his senior debut in the 2014/15 season during which he made 25 appearances, scoring once. Macca returned to the country last summer after a spell in Australia where he


most recently played for Altona City, rejoining us here at Bridge Road in July 2018 and going on to make over 40 starts last season.

has become an important member of the team and scored his first Histon goal on the final day of last season away at Framlingham Town.

Max York - Defender - Max returned to Bridge Road for the fourth time in summer 2016 having moved to Biggleswade Town during the 2015-16 season. He made his first Histon debut in 2009-10 and can also name Rushden & Diamonds, Kettering Town and Biggleswade Town amongst his other clubs. The Skipper had an outstanding year in 2016-17, leading from the front and deservedly picking up both the Supporters’ and Managers’ Player of the Year Awards. He carried on in the same manner in 2017-18, hoovering up more end of season awards after a season which included a string of imperious performances at the heart of the defence and yielded 8 goals in 47 starts. 2018-19 was another memorable year and once again the skipper added to his numerous Player of the Year awards. With a frankly unbelievable 27 goals from the centre of defence he had a truly memorable season, leading from the front as well as the back and added the leading scorer title to his many other well deserved awards.

Evan Key - Midfielder - Key was with Bury Town as a youngster but joined Biggleswade Town in 2012, quickly becoming a regular starter in the Waders First Team. He moved to Bridge Road in September 2014 and his versatility initially saw him appearing in midfield and defence before settling into a centre half role. He returned to Biggleswade in February 2016 before returning again to Bridge Road in February 2017. Playing regularly in midfield since 2017/18 he has added goal scoring to his repertoire, including a remarkable four goal haul at Hadleigh United in February 2018.

Andreu Ballester - Midfielder - Left or right sided midfielder/defender who signed for Histon in August 2018. The Spaniard was with Cherry Hinton previously and made his Stutes debut from the bench against Whitton United in September 2018. Pacey ad skilful, he

Lee Smith - Midfielder - Midfielder who was with Histon as a youngster before moving on in 2011 to play for Bury Town, Lowestoft Town, Biggleswade Town and again for Lowestoft Town. He re-joined Histon in the summer of 2015 before moving on again to King’s Lynn Town in September that year. Returned to Bridge Road in February 2017 and his experience, together with his undoubted quality, has made him an important and creative contributor in the heart of midfield. Simon Swinton - Midfielder - Tenacious midfielder signed in July ahead of the 2018/19 campaign. Made his debut from the bench on the opening day against Haverhill Rovers and went on to


make over 30 appearances last season, scoring twice. Pat Bexfield - Midfielder - Midfielder who came through Norwich City’s Academy and made the First Team bench at Carrow Road in 2007. He was released in 2008 and joined Wisbech Town before spells with Needham Market, Cambridge City, King’s Lynn Town and Corby Town. He began the 2015-16 season with St Ives Town before joining Soham Town Rangers in September 2015 and then moving to Bridge Road in February 2016. He has played in numerous positions for the Stutes, from full back to centre half to defensive midfield and his reliability, experience and versatility make him an important and influential part of the team. Now going in to his fourth full season with the club Pat has well over 100 appearances for the club to his name. Danny Gould - Midfielder - Versatile defender/midfielder/forward who can play on either side. Completed his Histon Scholarship in the summer of 2016 and by the end of 2016/17 had cemented his place as a regular starter in the side. Impressed his fellow players so much during the 2017/18 season that he won the Players’ Player of the Year Award that year. Now with over 100 appearances for the club he is firmly established as a key member of the team and offers a real threat to opposition defences. Buster Harradine - Midfielder - Experienced midfielder Harradine was

brought into the squad by Lance Key in the summer of 2019 bringing versatility to go with that experience as well as being naturally left footed, all of which will give the Gaffer greater options as the season progresses. Has previously played at Cambridge City, Soham Town Rangers, St Ives Town and Godmanchester Rovers. Dan Brown - Forward - Forward who was a part of Mildenhall Town’s ECL Premier Division title winning side in 2016-17. Joined Ely City in January 2018 before moving to Bridge Road in March and made an immediate impact with 8 goals in 9 games before the end of the season. He continued to find the net regularly last season, ending with 26 goals to his name and forming a dangerous partnership with fellow striker Ed Rolph up front. Ed Rolph - Forward - Striker signed in July 2017 from Sawston United who previously played for the University of Nottingham. Took a while to hit his stride and was hampered by injury early in his first season but struck a rich vein of form after returning to fitness at Christmas 2017, scoring his first Histon hat-trick against Great Yarmouth in February and ending the season as the clubs’ top scorer with 19 in all competitions from 38 appearances. He added another 21 goals from 40 appearances last season as that partnership with Brown got close to 50 for the season.


WE'VE MET BEFORE HISTON

Today's visitors hold a place in the history of Canvey Island FC, being the last team who we played a second replay against in any competition. It was the 1987/88 season and we drawn at home to Histon in the FA Vase Preliminary Round on Saturday 19th September. This was the first competitive meeting between the two clubs, although we had played each other in a pre-season friendly at Histon in 1984 which finished as a 3-3 draw. Histon came into the match third in the Eastern Counties League, winning four of their six matches to date. They were managed by former Chelsea and Cambridge United forward Alan Doyle who was in his fifth season with the club. They beat Hadleigh United in the previous round, winning 4-1 after exta time. This tie finished as a 1-1 draw after extra time. Canvey went into the match understrength, with seven of the previous season's Essex Senior League winning side unavailable. Canvey took the lead on 15 minutes when David Hughes ran onto a through ball and lifted the ball over the advancing keeper Gary Dean to score. There were appeals for offside from the Histon defence but the flag stayed down. The Gulls played well without being able to score the all-important second goal. They were punished for this with 12 min-

utes of normal time remaining when Dick Hall stabbed home through a crowd of players on 78 minutes after he was setup by Wendell Cuffy. The match went to extra time with neither side managing to find a winner. Both however did pick up nasty injuries, with Canvey goalkeeper Chris Brackett being taken to hospital with a suspected broken arm and Histon's Kevin Wilkin also injured as a result of a bad tackle. The Canvey team that day was as follows: Starting XI: Chris Brackett, Steve Knott, Darren Clare (Off), Kenny Lester (Off), Ian Durant, Grant Lodge, John Hood, David Hughes, Billy Heale, David Wale, Sean Bride. Subs: Gary Evans (On), Keith Farrow (On). The draw ensured that they two teams would have to try again on Wednesday 23rd September at Bridge Road. The stadium had undergone vast improvements in recent years, opening a new clubhouse a couple of seasons earlier at our pre-season friendly in 1984. The ground had a 2,000 capacity with floodlights and cover for 200 supporters - not bad at all for an Eastern Counties League side in the late 1980's. A full coach left Park Lane at 17:15, arriving in Histon and hour and a half later.


This time both teams went one better in front of goal, drawing 2-2. Histon opened the scoring when a near post corner was headed on, creating a goalmouth melee in which Wendell Cuffy was able to force the ball over the line. Canvey hit back five minutes later when captain Grant Lodge drove the ball across for David Hughes who tucked it away as he had done in the original tie. The hosts regained the lead on 65 minutes when they were awarded a penalty for a handball against Lodge. However, Canvey weren't done year and levelled the scores once again with ten minutes remaining through Darren Clare who scored from 20 yards. Another period of extra time came and went without any further goals ensuring that a second replay would be required. A coin toss would decide who would host the third encounter, with Canvey chairman John Wellmen being the lucky winner - an announcement that was celebrated with jubilation by the Canvey players and supporters alike. The third and final tie was played on Wednesday 30th September 1987 at the unusual kick off time of 16:00. Both club's had played since the previous meeting, Canvey drawing 2-2 at home to East Ham United in the Essex Senior League and Histon losing 2-1 at home to Leytonstone Ilford in the FA Cup 2nd Qualifying Round. Going into the match Canvey manager Ben Embery was in confident mood, with players returning from holiday, injury and suspension to bolster his side. This confidence was well placed, and while this was another close match, this time Canvey triumphed 3-2 thanks to goals from Darren Clare, Gary Evans and

David Hughes, the latter scoring in all three matches. Canvey were rewarded with a home draw against Eynesbury Rovers in the 1st Round which we won 2-0. However, the 2nd Round saw us drawn away to Hoddesdon Town which is where our run came to an end, going down 3-2. Additional replays were scrapped a few years later, making this a landmark cup tie in the club's history. It would be eleven years before we would play Histon again, being drawn against the Stutes in the FA Cup 1st Qualifying Round on Saturday 19th September 1998. It is no surprise that this was another close match, with Jewson Premier League Histon leading 2-0 at half time thanks to a 10th minute goal from Peter Leete and 21st minute penalty courtesy of Shaun Harrington. Canvey keeper Brian Horne was forced off at half time with a knee injury, being replaced by Lee Ballard. Andy Jones pulled a goal back five minutes into the second half with a looping header, although Jamie Barker restored Histon's lead by scoring a free kick as Ballard was arranging his wall. Paul Donovan pulled the score back to 3-2 with eight minutes remaining, and despite Scott Lindsey being sent off soon afterwards, Canvey managed to grab a dramatic equaliser two minutes into injury time when Steve Tilson's low crss from the left took a wicked deflection and beat the keeper. The Gulls completed the comeback in extra time, with Jeff Brazier giving us the lead for the first time before Alan Brett headed home to seal Canvey's passage into the next round.


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Canvey Island v Histon - Saturday 30th November 2019  

Programme for the Canvey Island v Histon match in the BetVictor Isthmian League North at Park Lane on Saturday 30th November 2019.

Canvey Island v Histon - Saturday 30th November 2019  

Programme for the Canvey Island v Histon match in the BetVictor Isthmian League North at Park Lane on Saturday 30th November 2019.