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HASTINGS UNITED FOOTBALL CLUB DIRECTORS, MANAGEMENT & OFFICIALS

DIRECTORS

FOOTBALL MANAGEMENT

Chairman / Director David Nessling Director Tony Cosens Director Pat McCrossan Director Peter Sherlock Director Dave Ormerod Director Kevin Martin Director Jo Nesbit Non-Executive Director Daren Burney

Director of Football First Team Manager First Team Assistant Manager First Team Goalkeeping Coach First Team Sports Therapist First Team Opposition Scout First Team Coordinator/Kit Man First Team Chiropractor First Team Video Analysts

OFFICIALS

Dean White Chris Agutter Andrew Brown John McCrae Steve Hedges Ben Cornelius Dane Martin Stuart Soffe Liam Jefferson/ Joe Stewart Development Squad Manager Andrew Brown Development Squad Asst Manager Steve Sands

Club President Secretary/ Treasurer Commercial Team: Commercial Director Events & Fundraising Director Commercial Manager

Dave Ormerod Tony Cosens

Programme Editor Press Officer/Web Admin Public Address

Paul Hoggard Kirsty Thompson Eddie Denyer / Pat McCrossan Steph McCrossan Scott White David Russell Ged Clout & Sue Gallop

Match Day Liaison Officer Club Photographer Health & Safety Officer Club Shop Managers HUSSC Fundraising & Events Coordinator Pilot Bar Manager Boardroom Manager Kit/Laundry Manager Groundsman

CLUB HONOURS

Kevin Martin Jo Nesbit Hayley Clout

Jo Nesbit Sam Smith June Barry Kath Ward Simon Rudkins Club Formed 1901

Southern League Southern Division Champions 1991/92 Eastern Division Champions 2001/02 Southern League Cup Winners 1995 Runners-Up 2000 Ryman League Division One South Play-Off Final Winners 2006/07 Play-Off Semi-Final 2013/2014 2016/2017 Sussex Senior Cup Winners 1936, 1938, 1996, 1998

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CLUB DETAILS Co Name: Hastings United Football Club Limited The Pilot Field Elphinstone Rd Hastings TN34 2AX Private Limited Company: Incorporated 24/9/1997 Company Registration Number: 03441850 Registered office address: 36 Cambridge Road Hastings East Sussex TN34 1DU

Ownership - Major shareholders: Bohemia Hastings LLP: 38.79% D.G. Ormerod: 38.79% - D.S. Nessling: 16.86%. Telephone 01424 444635 Email club@hastingsunited.com Website www.hastingsunited.com Members of: The Isthmian Football League The Sussex County Football Association The National League U/19 Alliance

LIFE MEMBERS Les Britton Peter Eastman David Harding David Nessling Dave Ormerod Charles Pilbeam Tony Cosens

Sussex RUR Cup Runners Up 1980 Sussex County League Runners Up 1922, 1926 Division 2 Winners 1980 Division 2 Runners Up 1960 Sussex County Cup Winners 1981 Sussex County Division 2 Cup Winners 1980 AFA Senior Cup Winners 1938 Kent Mid-Week League Winners 1995

VICE PRESIDENTS C Barrow J Downton A Keen

Kent League Division 2 Winners 1996 Cup Winners 1997 Sussex Intermediate Cup Winners 1933, 1992 Gilbert Rice Floodlit Cup Winners 1990 FA Cup Third Round Proper 2012/2013 Bostik U23 Development League League Cup Winners 2017/18

www.hastingsunited.com www.facebook.com/HastingsUtd Twitter: @hastingsufc


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WELCOME Daniel Ajakaiye celebrates one of his 15 goals in just 9 starts ... Tremendous strike rate!

Good evening all. Welcome to the Pilot Field for tonight’s Bostik League Division One South East match against Horsham FC. We extend a warm welcome to the officials, players and supporters of our West Sussex visitors. We hope they have an enjoyable, albeit unfruitful evening with us, and wish them a safe trip home. A similar warm welcome is extended to the three match officials, Daniel, Simon and Jack. Well, what a phenomenal FA Cup win on Saturday. It had everything a competitive cup-tie could possibly throw at it. Mostly thrown at the U’s - three red cards, including a straight red to Charlie Horlock for handball outside the area (video playback shows otherwise). United finishing 4-3 winners after coming back from a 2-1 deficit, with just 8 players on the field at the final whistle. Quite simply astonishing! Congratulations boys! Following our tremendous win at Leiston, a special mention for Club captain, Sam ‘Superman’ Adams, who not only took the green jersey and matching gloves from Charlie after he was red-carded, but struck two vital FA Cup goals to take his U’s career tally to 125 goals scored in 489 first team appearances. Soon be 500 Sam!

Leiston FC 3-4 HUFC FA Cup 2nd Qualifying Round Congratulations to Chris Agutter, the coaching staff and backroom team, but above all, the players, on a phenomenal result.

Today’s visitors, Horsham FC, currently sit in 14th position in the league table with 6 points from 5 matches. The 6 points coming from one home and one away win. Former South Park prolific goalscorer, Chris Smith, is now with the Hornets and will certainly be one for our defenders to keep at bay! Horsham also won a seven-goal FA Cup match on Saturday, beating Heybridge Swifts 4-3. Tonight though, both teams put their winning FA Cup accomplishments to one side, to battle out for three important ‘bread and butter’ Bostik League points. Once again, thank you all for your support this evening. I hope you enjoy the match.

Chris Agutter’s relief and joy following the U’s astonishing FA Cup victory away at higherlevel Leiston ...

Win it boys! Let’s close the gap on league leaders Cray Wanderers ... COYU’s ...

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MANAGER’S NOTES

Chris Agutter

Good evening everyone. It’s been the craziest week I’ve ever had in football....losing away to Hythe through individual mistakes despite COMPLETELY dominating (which provoked a reaction from our rather unfortunate ‘negative’ brigade on social media who up until then had been quiet when we won our first 6 games ........ supporters????). Beating East Grinstead 9-2 after being 2 goals down, another 4 goals from Daniel Ajakaiye, and then finally that mad, mad, mad away day against Leiston where we outclassed a higher level opponent for an hour when 11v11, then outfought them for 38 minutes with 10, 9 and then 8 players.....the referee WON’T be getting a Christmas card from HUFC!!

It’s been the craziest week I’ve ever had in football ......

Against Horsham we aim to make it 9/10 wins for the season.....and most importantly that’s a positive start born out of playing OUR way......after every single game I get quizzed on how we play, ‘why do we play out from the back’, ‘why do we play backwards and sideways’, ‘needs to go forwards faster’, ‘need a plan b’, etc etc etc.......in short we won’t change, we won’t aimlessly smash the ball down the throats of 6’3’’ CB’s up to our 5’6’’ CF, we won’t force the ball forwards because every other team has done it, so that’s how it must always be done, we won’t change approach because plan A’s not worked ...... we will instead just practice being better at plan A. Feel free to criticise and disagree but please don’t bother asking me on the subject as I won’t be listening. I believe in what I believe in and I won’t change .... this brand of football is here to stay until I’m told that I’m no longer required as HUFC’s First Team Manager. I’ll finish with a stat ..... since Thamesmead Town at home last season, which was the ‘change in direction’, we have averaged OVER 2 points per game ...... 2 points per game is promotion form we’ll continue to let OUR results do the talking, results produced by playing OUR way!

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HORSHAM FC PLAYER PROFILES

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Josh Pelling

Goalkeeper Age: 27 Signed a two-year contract for Brighton & Hove Albion in 2009 during which time he was loaned to Horsham. Went on to play for Rye United, Hastings United, Sidley United and Eastbourne Town. Returned to the Hornets in 2016 before moving to Hastings Utd and Dorking Wanderers. Rejoined the club in January.

Charlie Farmer Defender Age: 27 Came through the youth ranks at Worthing to help the senior side to the Isthmian League playoffs in 2010 before moving to Eastbourne Town, Redhill and Horsham. After spells at East Preston and Hastings United, returned to the Hornets in July 2015 and is closing in on 200 appearances for the club. James McElligott

Defender Age: 24 Started his football career at South Park before switching to Horley Town in 2014, where he was voted Player of the Year. Returned to South Park before joining Horsham in the summer.

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Joe Shelley Defender Age: 36 Enjoyed success as a midfield player in the Sussex County League with Worthing United, Clymping and East Preston. After a brief spell at Hastings United, he captained Littlehampton Town to the championship. Joined Horsham in 2015 where he was voted Player of the Year but opted to move to Pagham the following season. After a short spell with neighbours Horsham YMCA he rejoined the Hornets in October 2017 and now plays at the heart of the defence. Joey Taylor Defender Age: 20 Graduated from Welling United’s development squad to be offered a contract by the National League side in 2015, having made his senior debut at the age of seventeen. Loaned to East Grinstead Town, also playing for Leatherhead, Burgess Hill Town and VCD Athletic before joining the Hornets in the summer. Lewis Hyde Defender Age: 25 Voted last season’s Player of the Year despite missing the run-in through injury. Now in his third season at the club. Won the Wessex League title with Petersfield Town in 2015 and also had spells at Horndean, Midhurst & Easebourne, Pagham and Winchester Town. A commanding centre-half.


HAYLEY CLOUT COMMERCIAL MANAGER Good evening everyone. Welcome back to the Pilot Field and wow where to start! After watching one of the best games of football I have ever seen I would like to start by saying congratulations to Aggy, his staff and all the players for a fantastic win away to Leiston on Saturday in the FA Cup. After winning 2-1 at home to Kingstonian, losing 3-1 away to Hythe Town and then bouncing back to win 9-2 away to East Grinstead Town, the atmosphere, both on and off the pitch, is something very special at the moment and long may that continue. I would like to welcome and thank our Match Sponsor to tonight's game M&W Property Sales and Lettings who are property experts based in St Leonards-on-Sea and have a wealth of experience in property search and sales in Sussex, London and indeed internationally. M&W also operate from another property office located in London, on Berkeley Square, Mayfair, where they specialise in high net worth clients. They also recommend excellent independent advisers for mortgages and finance. We thank them for their continued support as one of our top Business Partners and sponsors and we hope Jon, Luke and their guests enjoy this evening with us. I would also like to welcome and thank our Matchball Sponsor to tonight's game Wealden Ambulance Services who are leading the way in medical event cover.

First aid to paramedic level, they can cater to the needs of all events. They are currently the medical providers for the Sussex Sharks cricket team and have also covered several large music events including Madness, Sir Tom Jones and Olly Murs. They are registered with British Eventing and the British Board of Boxing. All their paramedics are HCPC registered. They can also provide first aid training, workplace mandatory training and safeguarding. Please call Tim Hodgson on 07887 920911 or email tim@wealdenambulanceservices.co.uk for further information. We thank them for their continued support and we hope Bob and his guests enjoy their evening with us. Enjoy the game and hopefully 3 points!

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GUT FEELING Simon Stoddart A light hearted and serious look at football (not necessarily just football) at all levels, those who play, those who administrate and those of us who follow our various teams in this vast, lop sided pyramid of the game. At all times, views expressed are mine.

Sadly missed the last train to Leiston - when I was 12. So in the car and sample the delights of the A21 and the A12 with the M25 in the middle.

AND THEN THERE WERE EIGHT..... Saturday - Leiston – where do you start? At the end, I suppose. The reaction of players and coaching staff at the final whistle was truly something to behold as 8 man United battled their way through an unbelievable half-hour to hold out for what is quite possibly already the result of the season. Football has become card obsessed this last 10 years or so. Seeing Charlie go brought back memories of even longer ago when James Creed was red carded at Forest Green Rovers and the double whammy of going down to 10 men with an outfield player in goal. For Sam Adams, read Stuart Playford all those years back in the 1995-1996 season. Saturday was so exceptional you wanted to give them all a joint Man of the Match award but nobody will object if Sam collects it for his Jack of all trades display. Within 5 minutes or so of putting United 4-2 up he was pulling on Charlie's jersey as that unreal half-hour unfolded. That obsession with red and yellow cards. Crutts goes for a second yellow, Jamie Fielding for whatever it was at the end as 9 man United held on – it was a film version of the Kubrick classic - “A Clockwork Red”. Absolutely not the kind of game you might think 3 red cards suggested – and in the post match interview, the Leiston boss who must have been reeling from what just happened – found time to say as much. And how Chris managed to remain so levelheaded in his post-match interview was something else.

That man Adams again - nearly 16 5 years ago at home to Horsham

MEMORIES My rail travel perks for getting to Leiston were of little use given that I'd missed the last train on the Saxmundham to Aldeburgh branch which left in September 1966 so I drove up and the 140 odd mile trip went ok with the inevitable delay at Dartford, though you have to wonder what that would be like if the QE Bridge hadn't been built. The trek brought back memories of Southern League encounters with Chelmsford, Sudbury Town, Braintree, Bury Town – the days when 250-300 mile round trips were the norm rather than the exception. Had a chat at half time on Saturday with some Leiston supporters (They thought Daniel Ajakaiye was rather special) about how they were finding the Southern League and some of the names of teams they play now brought back more memories. They seemed to think the move from Bostik to Evostik (!) hadn't made a great deal of difference but that they didn't miss the M25.

THRILLER Hmmm. Ours was not the only seven goal “thriller” (Why is a high-scoring game always a “thriller”? You can have goalless “thrillers”, you can have 1-0 “thrillers”) on Saturday. Horsham won by the same score in their FA Cup tie at Culver Road (temporary home) to Bostik North, Heybridge Swifts, and there was another 4-3 at Hayes Lane where Cray Wanderers went 6 points clear at the top with their 4-3 win over Hythe Town who had rocked our boat the previous weekend. That's what I was going on about in an earlier GF, the distractions of the FA Cup. Cray no longer have them and are 6 points clear. Early, early days still – we all know that – but tonight is important. Saturday was exceptional on many counts, we will all have been waiting for yesterday's draw for the 3rd qualifying round, £18k in the bank etc, etc – but it's bread and butter football tonight!


Scott White's out of a job - United going 1-0 up at Leiston, Daniel again or an own goal? Who cared! 1-0! ... 9? NINE? League Cup – hmmmmm – it doesn't stir my tea but a respectable 96 turned up at East Grinstead a week ago, a few days after the reversal at Hythe. I confess I wasn't one of the 96 but I was nevertheless amazed at what I saw later that night on Twitter and Facebook as the details came through of yet another fightback as 0-2 ended up 9-2 to United with what would have been a tenth, ruled out at the end. Nine games so far this season and United have been behind in seven of them – of which they've won six.

FINALLY The stuff that pops up on social media, these lads popped up in my inbox. One of them follows Histon, our old Southern League sparring partners.

If any group of players deserved to enjoy the moment, this lot did on Saturday ...

Sorry to see Ansu Janneh has moved on. On his day, as good as any you will see and our loss is Uckfield's gain. They seem to be going along nicely and appear to have given Dartford (managed by Adam Flanagan) a decent game in the FA Cup on Saturday. Ansu will do well there. Hats off to Marcus Garnham the Leiston keeper who, feeling Charlie's red card pain on Saturday went over as Charlie trudged off to offer commiserations. Top fella.

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THE VISITORS

The earliest records of Horsham Football Club dates back to 1871 but it wasn’t until 1881 that the club was firmly established. A founder member of the Sussex County FA, the club also helped found the West Sussex Senior League in 1896, winning three successive titles between 1900 and 1902 as well claiming the Royal Irish Rifles Cup in 1900. The club initially played at both Hurst Park and Springfield Park before securing Queen Street as its permanent home in 1904. Horsham were overlooked when the Sussex County League was created in 1920 and it wasn't until their fourth West Sussex Senior League triumph in 1925/26 that they were invited to make the step up. The 1930s was a golden era for the club and the County League was won six times during the decade, Horsham regularly scoring over one hundred goals a season. Cup competitions provided more silverware with the Sussex RUR Cup (seven times) and the Sussex Senior Cup (twice) both finding their way back to Queen Street before the outbreak of war, the success continuing in peace time with the first post-war title in 1947, the RUR Cup in 1946, 1949 and 1951, and the Sussex Senior Cup in 1950. In 1947/48 the club reached the First Round Proper of the FA Cup for the first time, taking a first minute lead against Notts County before losing 9-1. Having had successive applications to join the Athenian League rejected, the club successfully applied to become members of the Metropolitan League that included the ’A’ sides of top Football League clubs, the reserve sides of ‘professional’ non-league clubs and a few amateur teams and Horsham confounded common opinion by winning the championship at the first attempt.

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HORSHAM FC However, as the league became stronger so the amateur clubs struggled to make any impact at all and, after finishing the 1956/57 season at the foot of the table, Horsham quit the league in favour of the Corinthian League where they began a period of steady progress, resulting in their best ever season in 1961/62 when coming third. Following a mass exodus of players, Horsham were forced to rebuild with a young, local team that would peak at fourth place in 1964/65 only to become the first Horsham side ever to be relegated the following season. Under coach Pat Tobin, the team was rebuilt once more and this reaped dividends in 1966/67 when the club once again reached the First Round Proper of the FA Cup, with the visit of Swindon Town drawing a record 7,134 crowd to Queen Street. Despite this achievement this was a frustrating period of near misses for the club who finished third, third and fifth and suffered three consecutive defeats in the final of the Sussex Senior Cup. By now nicknamed the Hornets, following a supporters’ competition, the club appointed Roy Osborne as their new manager and the change brought immediate success with the championship of Division Two achieved in 1969/70, the Division One title in 1972/73, and the Sussex Senior Cup in 1972. Instead of taking their place in the Athenian League Premier Division, Horsham became members of the Isthmian League when that competition expanded to two divisions in 1973/74, finishing eighth in its first season and rounding the season off in style by winning the Sussex Senior Cup. Now under the guidance of Tony Elkins-Green, 1976-77 saw the Hornets finish in a best ever sixth place but financial problems threatened the club's very survival and only the dedicated work of chairman Frank King saw the club saved from bankruptcy and dissolution although it couldn't prevent a young amateur team from finishing bottom of Division One in 1979/80 and the club was relegated to the new Division Two.


HISTORY Horsham endured some dark times under numerous managers in the 1980s, finishing bottom of the league in 1983/84 and 1989/90, when only a successful relegation play-off against Letchworth Garden City maintained the club's Isthmian status. Progress was made under the management of Peter Evans from 1990, during which time the club reached the final qualifying round of the FA Cup, though under his replacement, John Yems, Horsham once again propped up the entire league in 1993/4 leading to the appointment of former captain Mark Dunk as manager. He led his side to the Division Three championship in 1995/96, narrowly missing out on a second successive promotion before departing in 1997. Three years of lower mid-table obscurity followed before former Crawley Town boss John Maggs took over as manager in January 2000, taking a struggling side out of the relegation zone to Division Two runners-up in three seasons and a promotion play-off final appearance in 2004/05. Promotion to the Premier Division was achieved the following season with another runners-up finish and the club went on to establish itself as a consistent performer, even challenging for a place in Conference South in 2007/8 before ending up eleventh. The Hornets made history in 2007/08 by reaching the second round proper of the FA Cup and taking eventual League One champions Swansea City to a replay, with both matches shown live on Sky TV. Having sold their ground for redevelopment at the end of the season, Horsham played at Worthing during 2008/09 and again reached the fourth qualifying round of the FA Cup where they took Conference side Stevenage Borough to a replay before ending an injury-ravaged year in thirteenth place. Season 2009/10 saw a return to Horsham, entering into a groundshare agreement with their old neighbours Horsham YMCA as their

A familiar face at the Pilot Field. The former U’s manager has now been in charge of team affairs at Horsham FC since April 2015.

Dom Di Paola Horsham FC Manager quest for a new ground continued, but fortunes were on the wane and an acute overhaul of the club's finances in 2011 resulted in the departure of Maggs after eleven years. A turbulent 2011/12 found the club under three different managers, with Simon Colbran unable to prevent the side from returning to Division One South. A season of stability followed, with the Hornets ending the campaign in fifteenth and claiming the Brighton Charity Cup for a second successive season. The club entered a new chapter in November 2013 when long-serving player Gary Charman was appointed as first team manager. Charman steered the club to sixteenth place but a poor run of results the following season led to Charman's departure and he was replaced by former players Anthony Storey and Cliff Cant, who assumed a joint-managerial role until they, too, were released with relegation a virtual certainty. Former East Preston boss Dom Di Paola was appointed in April 2015, in their place, and he led the Hornets to win the Southern Combination Football League championship in his first season, enabling the club to regain their place in the Ryman League where they finished in sixteenth place. In March 2017 the club was granted approval to move ahead with plans to build a new ground at the Hop Oast area of Horsham, entering into an agreement to play at the Lancing headquarters of the Sussex FA in the interim. Construction work is underway and the club hopes to move back to the town in 2019.

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HORSHAM FC PLAYER PROFILES

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Steve Metcalf Defender Age: 33 Began his career at Saltdean United before joining Worthing in 2006 via Lewes and Newhaven Town. Spent 2007/08 at East Preston followed by two seasons at Horsham YMCA before winning a Sussex County League and Sussex Senior Cup double with Peacehaven & Telscombe. Returned to Worthing where he captained the Rebels to the Isthmian League South title, moving on to the Hornets in 2016. Dean Lovegrove Defender/Midfielder Age: 29 Spent ten years at Milton Keynes Dons from the age of seven and played twenty games for the Reserves. Moved to Woking and was dual-registered with Worthing, making four appearances on loan for Horsham in in 2007/08 before furthering his career in the USA with DFW Tornados, Midwestern State University, Real Colorado Foxes and St Louis Lions. Returned to the UK to sign for Lewes before joining South Park via Chipstead and moving to the Hornets in the summer. Jack Hartley

Defender/Midfielder Age: 23 Previously with Worthing and Shoreham, Jack made his Horsham debut at full-back before impressing in midfield. A serious injury brought a halt to his progress last season but he is back in action this term.

Will Hoare Midfielder Age: 21 Scottish Under 16 international who started at Crystal Palace, playing for their U18s and U23s, Will was offered a contract by the Eagles. Joined Leatherhead after his release before signing for East Grinstead Town. Joined the Hornets in summer 2018. Charlie Harris Midfielder Age: 22 Spent three years with the Brighton & Hove Albion Youth Academy, playing four matches on loan at Aldershot Town before moving on to Barnsley. Joined hometown club East Grinstead before signing for Eastbourne Borough for 2017/18. Had a month’s loan at Horsham where he scored on debut against Lewes before spending the rest of the game in goal as an emergency keeper. Made the permanent move to the Hornets in the summer.

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Darren Boswell Midfielder Age: 29 Joined the Hornets in 2015 after winning County League titles at East Preston and Littlehampton Town, having also played for Lancing and Burgess Hill Town. Has made over a hundred appearances for Horsham and averaged a goal every three matches. Daryl Coleman

Midfield Age: 29 Starting at Chipstead, moved on to Whyteleafe, Lingfield and Corinthian Casuals before joining Dorking Wanderers in 2014 where he was named Player of the Year. After returning to Whyteleafe he signed for Walton Casuals leading them to play-off success last season. Joined the Hornets in the summer.

George Hayward Midfield Age: 25 Joined Horsham in the summer from Haywards Heath Town having started at Brighton & Hove Albion. Also played for Burgess Hill Town, Bognor Regis Town and Worthing. Lee Harding Midfield Age: 22 An ever-present for Burgess Hill Town last season, Lee joined Horsham in summer 2018 and has impressed with his pace on the wing and his eye for goal. Chris Smith Forward Age: 27 A prolific striker who scored 200 goals in over 300 appearances for South Park. Moved to Burgess Hill Town in 2015 before returning to the Sparks in 2015. Joined the Hornets in the summer. Rob O’Toole Forward Age: 28 A proven goalscorer who helped Peacehaven & Telscombe, East Preston, Haywards Heath Town and Shoreham to Sussex County League titles and Burgess Hill Town to the Isthmian South crown in 2015. Joined the Hornets at the start of 2017/18, scoring six goals in twelve matches, before moving to Saltdean United. Returned to the club in the summer. Tyrell Richardson-Brown Forward Age: 27 Swapped American Football with Brighton Panthers for the round ball game, signing for Fisher before spells at Kingstonian, Hastings United, Burgess Hill Town and Ashford United. Moved to Walton Casuals, helping the Stags to play-off success last season. Joined the Hornets in the summer.


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BOSTIK LEAGUE SOUTH EAST DIVISION TABLE 2018/19 @ 24 SEPTEMBER 2018 Pos Team P HW HD 1 Cray Wanderers 6 3 0 2 HASTINGS UNITED 5 2 0 3 Whyteleafe 5 2 0 4 Sittingbourne 6 2 0 5 VCD Athletic 6 2 0 6 Ashford United 6 2 0 7 Hythe Town 6 2 1 8 Faversham Town 5 1 1 9 Phoenix Sports 5 2 0 10 Whitstable Town 6 1 2 11 Ramsgate 5 2 0 12 Greenwich Borough 5 1 0 13 Haywards Heath T 6 0 1 14 Horsham 5 1 0 15 Guernsey 6 1 0 16 Sevenoaks Town 6 0 1 17 Three Bridges 6 1 0 18 Thamesmead Town 5 1 0 19 East Grinstead Town 5 1 0 20 Herne Bay 5 0 0

HL 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 2

HF 8 8 6 6 5 6 8 4 6 2 8 5 1 6 3 5 4 6 5 1

HA 3 1 2 5 5 4 3 2 4 1 5 5 3 7 6 7 9 6 7 3

AW 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 2 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0

AD 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 2

AL 0 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 2 1 0 1 2 2 2 3 2 1

AF 8 7 5 8 4 4 5 6 3 3 2 4 7 3 6 4 4 2 0 3

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

+/12 7 6 2 0 4 3 3 1 -2 1 -1 -1 -2 -4 -4 -9 -6 -7 -3

Pts Home Att 18 12 12 12 12 10 10 10 9 3-0 W 393 8 6 6 6 6 6 4 4 3 5-1 W 404 3 2

Away

Att

1-3 L 332

3-2 W 217

3-2 W 262

HUFC PLAYER APPEARANCES & GOALSCORERS 2018/19 @ 24 SEPTEMBER 2018 STARTS PLAYER

SEASON CAREER SUB TOTAL GOALS APPS GOALS

STARTS PLAYER

SEASON CAREER SUB TOTAL GOALS APPS GOALS

Sam Adams

3

3

6

3

489 125

Emmanuel Mensah

3

3

6

-

6

-

Daniel Ajakaiye

9

-

9

15

12

16

Kelvin Ogboe

7

2

9

2

9

2

-

-

-

-

-

-

Sam Beale

9

-

9

-

47

2

James Pool

Sinnkaye Christie

5

-

5

-

19

3

Davide Rodari

-

-

-

-

50

17

Tom Climpson

2

2

4

-

41

1

Alex Smith

-

-

-

-

-

-

Sam Cruttwell

7

2

9

3

226 17

Tom Vickers

3

2

5

-

107

6

3

4

7

3

27

4

Jack Dixon

5

2

7

1

169 10

Antonio Walker

Sonny Dullaway

1

4

5

-

24

1

Opposition Own Goals

Jamie Fielding

4

1

5

1

13

2

DEPARTED PLAYERS

Dayshonne Golding

8

-

8

2

39

9

Ansu Janneh

2

-

2

-

39

5

Louis Rogers (GK)

-

-

-

-

2

-

Charlie Horlock (GK) 9

-

9

-

53

-

J Howlett-Mundle

9

-

9

-

9

-

Hassan Ibrahiym

1

2

3

1

3

1

Adam Lovatt

9

-

9

-

42

-

28

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

Bostik League Division One South East

Bostik League Division One South East

AVERAGE ATTENDANCES

LEADING LEAGUE GOALSCORERS

@ 24 September 2018

@ 24 September 2018

Team Guernsey HASTINGS UNITED Ashford United Hythe Town Faversham Town Herne Bay Cray Wanderers Ramsgate Whitstable Town Horsham Sevenoaks Town Whyteleafe Greenwich Borough Sittingbourne Thamesmead Town Haywards Heath Town East Grinstead Town Three Bridges Phoenix Sports VCD Athletic

Average 597 398 346 289 234 222 219 219 199 194 180 171 161 139 133 122 109 103 97 91

NATIONAL LEAGUE U19 ALLIANCE DIV B @ 22/09/2018 Team Pd Bromley Reds 1 Dartford Whites 1 Burgess Hill Town 1 Sutton Utd 1 Dover Athletic 1 Tonbridge Angels 1 Ebbsfleet United 1 Maidstone Utd 1 Dorking Wanderers 1 HASTINGS UNITED 1 Eastbourne Boro 1 Whyteleafe 1

W 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

D 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0

L 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1

F 5 3 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 0 0

A 0 0 1 1 2 2 1 1 3 3 3 5

GD Pts 5 3 3 3 2 3 2 3 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 -2 0 -2 0 -3 0 -5 0

PLAYER

TOTAL CLUB

Zak Andy Ansah 10 Hythe Town Daniel Ajakaiye 8 HASTINGS UNITED Eddie-Louis Dsane 7 Whyteleafe Charlie MacDonald 5 VCD Athletic Thomas Loynes 5 Sittingbourne Michael Power 5 Cray Wanderers Jeff Opoku Duah-Kessie 4 Phoenix Sports Rory Smith 4 Ramsgate Connor French 3 Three Bridges Chris Smith 3 Horsham Kweku Katabra Ansah 3 Phoenix Sports Nassim Dukali 3 Thamesmead Town Harry Goodger 3 Faversham Town Ira Alexander Jackson 3 Sittingbourne Town

LEADING U’S GOALSCORERS - All Competitions Daniel Ajakaiye Sam Adams Sam Cruttwell Antonio Walker-Barth

15 3 3 3

8 BLSE 3 FAC 4 VT 1 BLSE 2 FAC 1 BLSE 1 FAC 1 VT 1 FAC 2 VT

BOSTIK DEVELOPMENT U23 SOUTH 22/09/18

Team Tooting & Mitcham HASTINGS UTD Lewes Burgess Hill Town Thamesmead T Three Bridges Carshalton Ath Cray Wanderers Herne Bay Margate Ramsgate Sittingbourne Molesey Horsham

Pd W D 4 3 1 4 3 0 4 3 0 4 2 1 4 2 1 4 2 0 3 1 2 2 1 1 4 1 1 3 1 0 4 1 0 3 0 2 3 0 1 4 0 0

L 0 1 1 1 1 2 0 0 2 2 3 1 2 4

F 10 19 19 15 14 11 8 6 4 9 12 8 4 3

A 3 6 9 6 13 11 7 3 8 7 18 19 12 18

GD Pts 7 10 13 9 8 9 9 7 1 7 0 6 1 5 3 4 -4 4 2 3 -6 3 -11 2 -8 1 -15 0

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PREVIOUS MEETINGS WITH HORSHAM FC Our first ever meeting took place ninety-six years ago when we, then Hastings & St. Leonards, visited Queens Street, Horsham on Saturday, 17th September, 1921 in the Preliminary Round of the F.A. Amateur Cup where we drew 2-2, after extra time, before progressing the following Saturday when we won 5-0 on the upper pitch here. There was then a three year interval before we met again, on 15th November, 1924 on the upper ground in the third round of the F.A. Amateur Cup when we won 9-2. Our first league meeting took place on 18th September, 1926 on the upper ground in the Sussex County League, a match we lost 0-2 but did win the return 7-5 on New Years’ Day. Those were to be the only league meetings between the two clubs in the inter-war years; however, we continued to meet in cup competitions: In fact, we played a total of nineteen games in the period from 1921 until 1939. After WWII we met here in the second qualifying round of the F.A. Cup on Saturday, 6th October, 1945 when we won 6-1; our next meeting was two years later on Saturday, 20th September, 1947 in the preliminary round of the F.A. Cup when Horsham won 2-1. There was then a twentysix year gap before we next met due to our divergent league membership and avoiding each other in cup competitions until Saturday, 19th January, 1974 when we met on the top pitch in the second round of the Sussex Senior Cup, a tie the Hornets won 3-0. Over seven years elapsed until we next met on Saturday, 17th October, 1981 at Queens Street in the first round of the F.A. Vase when we, by then Hastings Town, drew 3-3 after extra time only to lose by the odd goal of five in the replay on the top pitch three days later. We next met here on Saturday, 13th September, 1986 in the first qualifying round of the F.A. Cup when we won 3-2 in the first of eleven encounters, including four pre-season friendly matches, which would take place until we started to compete in the same league in season 2004/05 after a gap of 77 years.

HASTINGS UNITED vs HORSHAM FC

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Most Recent League Meetings at The Pilot Field:

Most Recent AWAY League Meetings:

Saturday 21 March 2015 Ryman Div One South

Wednesday 7 January 2015 Ryman Div One South

Hastings United 0 – 2 Horsham FC

Horsham FC

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Scorers: Bailo Camara Tony Nwachukwu

Scorers: Tony Nwachukwu (Pen)

Scorers: Sam Adams Evan Archibald

Saturday 7 February 2017 Ryman Div One South

Saturday 26 November 2016 Ryman Div One South

Hastings United 3 – 0 Horsham FC

Horsham FC

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1 – 1 Hastings United Att 255

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Scorers: Own Goal

Tuesday 11 November 2017 Bostik Div One South Tuesday 17 October 2017 Bostik Div One South

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HUFC vs KINGSTONIAN FC - MAN OF THE MATCH - JAMIE FIELDING

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HASTINGS UNITED FOOTBALL CLUB POLICIES

Customer Charter Full details of our Customer Charter are available at our website: www.hastingsunited.com. These include our policy on ticket and pricing, abandoned matches and our involvement in the Hastings Community.

Health & Safety Hastings United Football Club takes seriously your health and safety during your visit to the Pilot Field.

The Club Believes Customer Care starts on the inside, with a good team of staff and work ethic. Most of our staff are volunteers but The Club expect our staff to always do their best.

Please note that the officers and stewards of Hastings United Football Club will enforce Ground Regulations. A copy of these Regulations is posted at the entrance to each turnstile and within the ground on the wall next to the food bar.

Our staff should remain courteous even in difficult situations. The Club and its staff know they are offering a service and that they would like every customer to return.

Please note that the following are offences under the Football (Offences) Act 1991, as amended: the throwing of any object within the ground without lawful authority or excuse, the chanting of anything of an indecent or racist nature: the entry onto the playing area or any adjacent area to which spectators are not generally admitted without lawful authority or excuse.

We believe that people come first when offering a service.

Under the Sporting Events (Control of Alcohol etc.) Act 1985, the following are offences for which a person can be arrested by a police officer: attempting to enter the ground or being inside the ground whilst drunk: being in possession of any intoxicating liquor, or bottle, can or other portable container which could cause damage or personal injury when entering the ground.

We expect our staff to be friendly and helpful and to know their job or be able to call upon someone who is able to respond to the needs of our customers. We expect our staff to give their full attention to a customer in any situation that arises.

In Addition We expect our staff and volunteers to care about their job as this will ensure they care about our customers. We expect our staff and volunteers to treat every customer as they would like to be treated themselves. We in return expect our customers to treat our volunteers and staff with respect and The Club will not tolerate any physical or verbal abused aimed at them.

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