HASTINGS UNITED FOOTBALL CLUB DIRECTORS, MANAGEMENT & OFFICIALS
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 Physio/Therapist First Team Opposition Scout First Team Coordinator/Kit Man First Team Sports Therapist First Team Chiropractor First Team Video Analysts
Dean White Chris Agutter Andrew Brown John McCrae Steve Hedges Ben Cornelius Dane Martin Paige Wise Stuart Soffe Liam Jefferson/ Joe Stewart Development Squad Manager Andrew Brown Dave Ormerod Development Squad Asst Manager Steve Sands Tony Cosens CLUB DETAILS
Club President Club Secretary/ Treasurer Commercial Team: Commercial Director Kevin Martin Events & Fundraising Director Jo Nesbit Commercial Manager Hayley Clout Programme Editor Press Officer/Web Admin Public Address 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
Paul Hoggard Kirsty Thompson Eddie Denyer / Pat McCrossan Steph McCrossan Scott White David Russell Ged Clout & Sue Gallop Jo Nesbit Sam Smith June Barry Kath Ward Simon Rudkins
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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
Club Formed 1901 Sussex RUR Cup Winners 1939, 1940 FA Cup Third Round Proper Runners Up 1908, 1925, 1926, 2012/2013 1927, 1947, 1980, 1983 Southern League Sussex County League Southern Division Champions 1991/92 Div 1 Runners Up 1922, 1926 Eastern Division Champions 2001/02 Div 2 Winners 1980 Southern League Cup Div 2 Runners Up 1960 Winners 1995 Runners-Up 2000 Sussex County Cup Ryman League Division One South Winners 1981 Play-Off Final Winners 2006/07 Play-Off Semi-Final 2013/2014 2016/2017 Sussex County Division 2 Cup Winners 1980 Sussex Senior Cup AFA Senior Cup Winners 1936, 1938, 1996, 1998 Runners-Up 1933, 1935, 1940, 1946, 1986, Winners 1938 Runners Up 1936 1989,1999, 2000 Kent Mid-Week League 02 www.hastingsunited.com 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 Southern Amateur League Div 1 Winners 1935, 1936, 1937, 1939 Runners Up 1934, 1938, 1946 Southern Amateur League Div 2 Winners 1928 War League East Division Div Winners & Overall Runner Up 1940 Hastings Senior Cup Winners 1909, 1910, 1911, 1938, 1946, 1992, 1998, 2002, 2009
WELCOME Good afternoon and Happy New Year to you all. Welcome to the Pilot Field for today’s Bostik League Division One South East match against Kent based, Sittingbourne FC.
2017/18 RESULTS vs SITTINGBOURNE FC Saturday 13 January 2018 Bostik One South
Sittingbourne Hastings United
Attendance 164 Sittingbourne Scorer: Kane Rowland (2)
Saturday 28 April 2018 Bostik One South
Hastings United Sittingbourne
Attendance 540 United Scorer: Ansu Janneh Sittingbourne Scorers: Fabrice Bleworah Dan Parkinson
RECENT BOSTIK TRANSFER NEWS Hythe Town have signed centre-back Ollie Rowe from Bostik League South East rivals Ashford United. Rowe joined the Nuts & Bolts in May and made 17 appearances.
We extend a warm welcome to the officials, players and supporters of our visitors. We hope they have an enjoyable afternoon, and wish them a safe return trip, but hopefully ‘pointless’ from the contest. A similar warm welcome is extended to the three match officials, Referee John Pike and his two Assistants, Will Briers and Christopher Britton. We return to Pilot Field action this afternoon after backto-back clean sheet wins over Sevenoaks Town on Boxing Day with ‘Man of the Match’ Sam Cruttwell scoring the only goal and a great 2-0 away win over in form Ashford United on New Year’s Day. Both matches were played out in front of very respectable crowds of 557 and 531 respectively, with somewhere around one hundred U’s fans travelling over to Ashford to see a tremendous all-round team performance from the boys! Jack Dixon and Daniel Ajakaiye netting goals either side of the halftime interval. Brilliant way to start the New Year! Today’s visitors currently sit in 16th position in the league table with 17 points from 17 matches. Sittingbourne have only recorded one win in the last six league outings, a home 4-1 victory over Sevenoaks Town on December 15th, the other five being defeats. Playing most recently on 29th December they lost 3-2 at home to Herne Bay despite taking a two-goal lead within 12 minutes. That record places them bottom of the form guide for six matches. A full listing of their Bostik League results for this season to date can be found on the centre pages. Thank you for your support this afternoon and indeed for all the tremendous vocal support and encouragement, home and away, you gave the U’s throughout last year. Win it boys and put more pressure on Cray Wanderers! ... COYU’s ... #ambition #promotion2019 Once again, Happy New Year everyone.
Paul Paul Hoggard Programme Production Editor
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MANAGER’S NOTES Good afternoon everyone. Happy New Year to everyone that wasn’t able to make our 2019 opener away to Ashford Utd ..... better late than never and I wish all our positive support all the very best! Today we welcome Aslan Odev and Ian Varley’s Sittingbourne to the Pilot Field always strong and competitive who’s low league position doesn’t reflect their quality and organisation, today will be tough! However, we come into today’s game very confident off the back of arguably our most ‘complete’ performance of the season away to Ashford Utd, a 2-0 scoreline which could have been 4 or 5 had we been a touch more ruthless in front of goal.
... HAPPY NEW YEAR to everyone ... as we aim to make it four wins on the spin and three consecutive clean sheets ...
We have now put a bit of distance between ourselves and 3rd place whilst keeping in contact with league leaders Cray Wanderers, now we just need to maintain our current form - continue to work hard, be honest and humble in our performances and I’m sure we will be there or thereabouts come April-May ..... ensuring that we look no further than today as we aim to make it four wins on the spin and three consecutive clean sheets.
CHRIS AGUTTER COYU’s ...... WinnersDoMore ...... WeWorkOurWay
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HAVE A HASTINGS HEART 2018 APPEAL
On behalf of everyone at Hastings United FC we would like to thank all those who kindly donated presents to our Have a Hastings Heart 2018 appeal. We received around 70 presents for all ages for the Kipling children's ward at the Conquest Hospital in Hastings and also the children's ward at Eastbourne District General Hospital. Andrew Brown our First Team Coach, along with Ben Cornelius, Dane Martin and several players including Tom Climpson, Davide Rodari, Charlie Curran, Jamie Fielding, Kian Moynes, Finnley Page, Ollie Weeks plus Club officials Dave Ormerod and Hayley Clout visited the children's ward to deliver presents and put a lot of smiles on the children's faces.
Dexter Bawn (Aged 10) 08
Loves football and Hastings United.
HAYLEY CLOUT COMMERCIAL MANAGER Good afternoon and Happy New Year everyone. Welcome back to the Pilot Field after 2 great wins Please call Tim Hodgson on 07887 920911 or over the festive and New Year period, firstly at email email@example.com for home on Boxing Day against Sevenoaks Town and any further information. then away to Ashford United on New Years Day. We thank them for their continued support and we Just prior to these two games some of our hope Bob and his guests enjoy their afternoon Management team and players visited the Kipling with us. Children's Ward at the Conquest Hospital in Hastings and delivered some presents to all the I would also like to welcome and thank our Mascot children who sadly spent Christmas in hospital. We to today's game, Dexter who is 10 and his hobbies gratefully had over 70 presents with some being and interests include football. We hope he has a sent to Eastbourne District General Hospital which great day with us and thoroughly enjoys the was amazing, so we would like to thank everyone Matchday experience. for their kind donations. We consider it important Enjoy the game and hopefully 3 points! as a Club to be involved with our local hospital and we will continue to provide support for specific Hayley hospital appeals. We will also continue to support projects in the local community where we feel this is possible. I would like to welcome and thank our Match Sponsor to today'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. Matchday Mascot Package Mascot leads the team on to the pitch Mascot experiences pre-match dressing room introductions Mascot enjoys participation in squad warm-up routines Mascot profile featured in the matchday programme Two complimentary ground entry matchday tickets FREE souvenir HUFC Mascot T-shirt Total cost (Inc VAT) £36.00
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WELL THAT WAS OK THEN..... What a good performance at Homelands – what a way to see in the New Year as United saw off an Ashford side that had been on a tremendous run with 5 wins and a draw in the 6 games leading up to that encounter. Our boys had shown on three occasions earlier in the season – FA Cup games against Kingstonian, Leiston and Hitchin - they were more than capable of mixing it with decent sides, these three all being from step 3. Yet in Bostik SE games against other sides in the mid season promotion mix, results had been disappointing. Which made New Years Day's effort just over the county border a highly creditable one. A decent attendance of 531 – rather less I must say than I predicted – helped create a good atmosphere that was sullied a little late in proceedings when two home players were red carded. The game was already emphatically won by that late stage.
Hmmm, Golding on loan to Lewes and now Walker-Barth on loan at Old Trafford .......
We had the rather bizzare Man of the Match award to Crutts in the Sevenoaks game – MoM awards don't usually go to someone who plays 35 minutes or so. Great to see Crutts do a 90 minute shift, equally good to welcome Daniel back after the appalling play acting that saw him sent off against East Grinstead (and the subsequent sidelining for three games) and well done Jordy Mongoy who looks better and better. MoM award for New Years Day – hmmm, I'd split it amongst the lot of em, a fine team effort. In a season of few clean sheets, the Ashford result followed the shut out against Sevenoaks – just the second time this season we've seen consecutive blanks at The Horlock End. More please.
You've been Tweeted Mr and Mrs G!
Sittingbourne and Hastings Town went through it around the same time together loadsa money only for it all to disappear. This light hearted squint at Central Park appeared in the Town fanzine way back in 1996.
CRAY ON THE WAY
They aren't doing too shabbily are they? They seem to have recovered from seeing their unbeaten run finally ended as it was recently at Horsham who just when they threaten to go on a really good run, end up derailing themselves. Guernsey are a bottom half outfit again this season yet managed to grab a point from a 1-1 draw at Horsham in the only other Bostik SE game that took place on New Years Day. The latest round of games was spread over last Saturday and New Year's Day – there are plenty of 3 pm slots but what with the FA's step 4 shufflefest, there aren't enough teams to fill them.
If you watched Match of the Day whatever day it was Fulham beat Huddersfield with an even later goal than Cray's at Sevenoaks you cannot fail to have seen Ranieri spitting Italian nails over the Kamara/Mitrovic penalty taking controversy which saw him saying “I want to kill him – it's normal” in his post match interview. Only Ranieri......
But Cray are going well and surprised nobody with it being an 88th minute goal that won their game at Sevenoaks last weekend. East Grinstead and Three Bridges did us favours by holding Haywards Heath and beating Whyteleafe respectively. And all of a sudden what was a very congested 2nd to 6th sees United five points clear. Not that you can draw any conclusions from that – as quickly a gap can open, so it can close.
WE PARK WHERE WE LIKE! The U's away support choristers were in good form when various car owners were asked to move their vehicles from where they shouldn't have left them on Tuesday - “We park where we like, we park where we like – we're Hastings United – we park where we like”......... Hilarious.
SITTINGBOURNE ... Are here this afternoon. They did the double over us last season and have proved down the years right back to our Southern League Premier encounters 20 odd years ago to be the most stubborn and difficult to beat opponents. I recall we went through a phase of several seasons where they had the hold over Hastings Town at the same we struggled to beat Crawley. It got to the stage where you could bet your bottom dollar it would be a draw here and we'd lose at Central Park. The Central Park hoodoo was dealt with in 2000-2001 when Hastings Town went there and won 5-1 in front of 212 punters – goals from Duncan McArthur 2, Danny Simmonds, Paul Jones and Stuart Myall. The home game later that season as Town ended up not quite the finished promotion article, a 1-1 draw watched by 293, the goal from Myallie again. But last season wasn't good. I shall be following proceedings from work and hope very much things go much better this afternoon.
The club was started as Sittingbourne United back in 1881. In 1886 it became Sittingbourne Football Club and played at the Bull Ground in the centre of town. 1892 the club gained senior status.
SITTINGBOURNE FC More money flowed in with the £21,000 sale of Neil Emblen and Mickey Harle to MilIwall before the bubble spectacularly burst. Debts of more than £1 million were revealed, the team got relegated, the ground was closed for a while despite the intervention of the local council in taking it over, and the club was officially wound up.
The club won its first major title in 1897/98 when it won the Kent League. The Kent Senior Cup followed in 1902.
Somehow Sittingbourne have survived it all and even got back to the Southern Premier Division during this traumatic time (in Steve Lovell’s first spell as manager), finishing an equal highest ever eighth before the financial problems again began to bite and relegation followed.
After the First World War more senior cup and league titles followed with the club also enjoying the first of three spells in the Southern League. Success followed and in another spell in the Southern League Sittingbourne twice in succession missed promotion to the Premier Division only on goal average.
A new management committee headed by Andy Spice made great strides in tackling the debt problem and getting Sittingbourne Football Club back on an even keel financially. To ensure survival of the club, the decision was made to move out of the imposing main stadium and move to another pitch on the complex.
The club reached the first-round proper of the F.A Cup in 1962 but lost 3-0 at Hinckley Athletic. Back in the Kent League Sittingbourne were one of the strongest teams throughout the 1970s and 1980s in an era - unlike the one that followed, when what happened on the field got more attention than what went on off it! In February 1990, the club decided to sell its town centre Bull Ground (now Sainsbury's supermarket) and buy a 23-acre site on the town's Eurolink estate.
Because of the FA reorganising the leagues Sittingbourne faced a brand new challenge playing a number of “unknown” teams in the Ryman Isthmian League for season 2006-2007.
A magnificent stadium with a 2,000 seater stand, restaurants, bars, sumptuous dressing rooms, greyhound track and training pitches was the envy of non-league football. There was success too, on the pitch when, in their first season at Central Park, Sittingbourne won the Winstonlead Kent League without losing a game - the only senior football team throughout Europe to achieve that feat in the 1990/91 season. Promotion to the Beazer Homes Southern League followed with the championship of the Southern Division secured in 1993 followed by promotion to highest level achieved by the club since it's foundation in 1891. The ground record was broken five times during that one season with 5,951 spectators watching a friendly with Spurs and more than 3,000 at the match with local rivals Gravesend - a Beazer Homes Southern record.
The 2009-10 season, was one of the best since the financial problems, Sittingbourne being in play-off contention for much of the time but failing at the end. Still, a 9th place finish was no disgrace and for the first time in 50 years, Sittingbourne won the Kent Senior Cup in front of 618 at Folkestone Invicta. For the 2013-2014 season, Sittingbourne decided to leave their home of 10 years and accept an invitation to move to Woodstock Park a 14-acre area with superb social facilities. Andy Spice, who almost single handedly kept Sittingbourne as a senior club, stood down as Chairman making way for Maurice Dunk, a Director of the company that holds the leasehold for Woodstock Park. After a three year reign as manager, Nick Davis resigned in February 2018 after the committee decided a budget cut was necessary when it became clear that Sittingbourne would be unlikely to challenge for the play-offs. Coach, Aslan Odev, was given the task of preparing Sittingbourne for the challenges that the 2018-19 season will bring. Aslan appointed ex Brickie, Ian Varley as his Assistant manager.
PATRICK LEE (Goalkeeper)
DYLAN RICHES (Midfielder)
Patrick "Patch" Lee is a young goalkeeper and a product of the Soccer Elite Football Academy. He signed for Tunbridge Wells before moving on to Chatham Town for the start of the 2016-17 season. In December 2016 he signed for Ryman Premier side, Harlow Town. After leaving Harlow he played for Margate until the end of last season.
Very talented youngster who scored on his debut for the Brickies in April 2018 against Thamesmead Town. He progressed from Sittingbourne’s successful Under 18 side.
Made an impressive debut against Horsham in the first league match of this season. Previously played for Arundel.
TOM LOYNES (Midfielder/Forward) Tom first played for Sittingbourne in the 2012-13 season. In between playing for us he has played at Ramsgate, Whitstable Town and Sheppey United. Since returning to The Brickies at the beginning of last season he has shown that he has lost none of his skill and enthusiasm.
CHRIS WEBBER (Defender/Club Captain)
IRA JACKSON (Forward)
Joined Sittingbourne from Canterbury City at the beginning of last season. Has also played for Billericay and Faversham Town. Made captain for this season.
Joined Sittingbourne at the beginning of he 2018-19 season, another to make an impressive debut against Horsham. Previous clubs include Whitstable Town, Ramsgate. Dover Athletic, Worthing, Leatherhead and Margate.
ROBERT LOFTING (Defender)
LEX ALLAN (Defender) 6’ 7” Lex was spotted playing in local football and offered a trial with Sittingbourne. It soon became clear that he had great potential. This potential has been spotted by a number of scouts and Lex was invited to play in trial matches and he has not looked out of place in the company of more experienced players.
BEN FITCHETT (Defender) Ben signed for Sittingbourne from Margate at the beginning of September. He came to prominence at Margate after playing a key role in their development side winning their championship. He joined Margate after impressing at SCEL Erith Town. Made his Sittingbourne debut in a 2-0 Velocity Trophy win in September 2018. He scored on his debut.
DAN PARKINSON (Midfielder) Experienced player who came through the Morecambe youth academy to sign a one-year contract for the 2011–12 season for the League two club. He then signed for Barrow of the Conference North. He also played on loan at Colwyn Bay and Vauxhall Motors before moving South and playing for Maidstone United (alongside his brother Jack) and Tonbridge Angels. Dan originally joined Sittingbourne for the 2017-18 season but a knee injury put him out for most of that season. Got back to full fitness last season and is an important part of the team.
LEWIS CHAMBERS (Midfielder) Lewis is another to sign for then new manager, Aslan, in March 2018. He impressed right from his first game for the club. He has played for Maidstone United youth. Another to have a long throw.
IZZY ADEBAYO (Midfielder) Previous club was Faversham Town. Has also played for South Park and Tilbury.
BOLA DAWODU (Forward) Joined Sittingbourne for the first time at the beginning of last season. Previous to that he played for Faversham Town and Whitstable Town. Midway through last season he decided to re-join Faversham Town. All at the club were pleased that he decided to sign for the Brickies again this season.
TOMMIE FAGG (Forward) Another graduate from the Soccer Elite Football Academy, and Ashford United. The tall striker then signed Harlow Town in February 2016 to bolster the attack, making six appearances for the Hawks in the Isthmian Premier Division. He signed for the Brickies at the beginning of this season.
GIL CARVALHO (Forward) Gil loves nothing more than tearing down the wing and taking on players. Something he does very successfully. Gil came through the youth set up at Tonbridge Angels and played a few times for them. However, he drifted into junior football where he was spotted by one of our former players who recommended him to Sittingbourne. After his first season with us he left to join Phoenix Sports. Sittingbourne signed him for his second spell with us from Corinthian Casuals in November 2018. NATHAN ELDER (Forward/Coach) Nathan signed for The Brickies at the end of August 2018, coming on as a substitute in the Kent Senior Cup tie at Tonbridge Angels. Nathan is a very experienced player having over 100 league appearances with Brighton & Hove Albion, Brentford, Shrewsbury and Hereford United. Locally he has played for Maidstone United, Ebbsfleet, and Tonbridge Angels where he made 111 appearances and scored 50 goals.
PREVIOUS MEETINGS WITH SITTINGBOURNE FC Although Sittingbourne were regular visitors here during the original Hastings United era, however, there is no record of any meetings with us prior to their visit here on Boxing Day 1991 upon their return to the Southern Division’s Southern League after a 24 year interval. We then met in various divisions of the Southern League in nine seasons between 1991 and 2004, results which can be summarised as follows: Our record as Hastings Town versus Sittingbourne in the Southern League’s Southern Division: Away Home Overall
P 1 1 2
W 0 0 0
D 0 1 1
L 1 0 1
GF 0 1 1
GA 2 1 3
Our record as Hastings Town versus Sittingbourne in the Southern League’s Premier Division: Away Home Overall
P 4 4 8
W 0 0 0
D 0 1 1
L 4 3 7
GF 3 4 7
GA 8 7 15
Our record as Hastings Town/United versus Sittingbourne in the Southern League’s Eastern Division: Away Home Overall
P 4 4 8
W 2 0 2
D 2 4 6
L 0 0 0
GF 10 6 16
GA 3 6 9
We then renewed acquaintances with a pre-season match prior to season 2005/06 which United won 3-1 at Sittingbourne. Our first Ryman League meetings took place in Division One (South) during season 2006/07 when United won both matches, 2-1 at Sittingbourne and 5-2 at the Pilot Field. We then met again in another pre-season game prior to the 2009/10 campaign which United won 1-0 at the Pilot Field. Our next encounter was in the League Cup in 2012/13 in which United won 2-0 at Sittingbourne. We resumed our league meetings in season 2013/14 and have since played each other in the following seasons in Ryman Division One South.
Bostik League Division One South East
RECORDS @ 31 December 2018
Biggest Victory 3rd November 2018 Herne Bay 1-7 VCD Athletic 1st December 2018 Whyteleafe 6-0 Faversham Town
Highest Scoring 27th August 2018 Horsham 4-5 Haywards Heath Town 25th September 2018 Hythe Town 5-4 Faversham Town 25th September 2018 Ramsgate 4-5 Herne Bay 6th October 2018 Cray Wanderers 7-2 Faversham Town
Highest Attendance 22nd December 2018 Guernsey 0-3 Three Bridges Attendance: 743
Our record as Hastings United versus Sittingbourne in the Ryman League and League Cup: Away Home Overall
P 10 7 17
W 6 2 8
D 1 5# 6#
L 3 0 3
GF 20 12 32
GA 13 7 20
Lowest Attendance 3rd November 2018 Greenwich Boro 0-1 Sevenoaks Town Attendance: 52
# - Sittingbourne won a League Cup match on penalties. Data Source: FootballWebPages.co.uk
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Data Source: FootballWebPages.co.uk
Note: Thamesmead Town results have been officially expunged
2018/19 SEASON RESULTS & FIXTURES 18 25 27 1 8 15 18 22 25 29 6 13 21 30 3 6 11 13 17 20 24 27 1 8 11 15 26 1 5 12 19 26 2 5 9 16 23 2 9 16 23 30 13 20 22 27
Aug Aug Aug Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Oct Oct Oct Oct Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec Jan Jan Jan Jan Jan Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Mar Mar Mar Mar Mar April April April April
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BLSE FAC PR BLSE BLSE FAC 1QR BLSE VEL T 1R FAC 2QR BLSE FAT ExPR FAC 3QR FAT PR BLSE BLSE BLSE SSC 2R BLSE BLSE BLSE VEL T 2R BLSE BLSE BLSE BLSE SSC 3R BLSE BLSE BLSE BLSE BLSE BLSE BLSE BLSE BLSE BLSE BLSE BLSE BLSE BLSE BLSE BLSE BLSE BLSE BLSE BLSE BLSE
Ramsgate VCD ATHLETIC Sevenoaks Town PHOENIX SPORTS KINGSTONIAN Hythe Town East Grinstead Town Leiston HORSHAM Waltham Abbey Hitchin Town WHYTELEAFE Guernsey GREENWICH BORO THREE BRIDGES Saltdean Utd Cray Wanderers HERNE BAY WHITSTABLE TOWN MERSTHAM Faversham Town Whyteleafe EAST GRINSTEAD TOWN Haywards Heath BRIGHTON & HOVE A U23 VCD ATHLETIC SEVENOAKS TOWN Ashford United SITTINGBOURNE Phoenix Sports WHYTELEAFE Herne Bay GUERNSEY Horsham Whitstable Town FAVERSHAM TOWN East Grinstead Town HAYWARDS HEATH VCD Athletic CRAY WANDERERS Three Bridges RAMSGATE HYTHE TOWN Sittingbourne ASHFORD UNITED Greenwich Borough
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A H A H H A A A H A A H A H H A A H H H A A H A H H H A H A H A H A A H A. H A H A H H A H A
3-2 3-2 3-2 3-0 2-1 1-3 9-2 4-3 2-0 3-1 0-2 2-4 1-0 4-0 2-1 4-2 1-2 5-0 3-1 1-2 2-2 0-2 2-3 1-2 0-4 2-1 1-0 2-0
W W W W W L W W W W L L W W W W L W W L D L L L L W W W
217 428 262 393 602 332 96 263 479 191 425 460 678 409 479 83 345 360 512 198 228 147 313 164 323 242 557 531
Horlock Horlock Horlock Horlock Horlock Horlock Horlock Horlock Horlock Horlock Horlock Horlock Horlock Horlock Horlock Horlock Horlock Horlock Horlock Cruttwell Horlock Horlock Horlock Horlock Horlock Horlock Horlock Horlock
Climpson Beale Mensah Beale Vickers Beale Mensah Beale Fielding Beale Mensah Beale Fielding (1) Beale Fielding Beale Mensah Beale Mensah Beale Fielding Mensah Fielding Cruttwell Christie Beale Mensah Beale Mensah Beale Fielding Beale Mensah Beale Fielding Beale Mensah Beale (1) Walker Beale Fielding Beale Mensah Beale Mensah Beale Mensah Beale Climpson Beale Fielding (1) Climpson (1) Fielding Climpson Fielding Climpson
Lovatt Lovatt Lovatt Lovatt Lovatt Lovatt Lovatt Lovatt Cruttwell Ibrahiym Ibrahiym Lovatt Lovatt Lovatt Lovatt Lovatt Ibrahiym Ibrahiym Ibrahiym Ibrahiym Ibrahiym Lovatt Lovatt Lovatt Lovatt Lovatt Lovatt Lovatt
SITTINGBOURNE FC 2018/19 BOSTIK RESULTS Date Aug 11 Aug 18 Aug 27 Sept 15 Sept 23 Sept 25 Sept 29 Oct 6 Oct 20 Nov 3 Nov 10 Nov 17 Nov 24 Dec 8 Dec 15 Dec 23 Dec 29
A H H H A A H A H A H H A A H A H
Opponent Horsham Greenwich Boro Cray Wanderers Whyteleafe Guernsey Ashford United Ramsgate Haywards Heath T Phoenix Sports Hythe Town Whitstable Town Three Bridges East Grinstead T Faversham Town Sevenoaks Town Cray Wanderers Herne Bay
Result 2-1 4-2 0-2 2-1 2-1 1-1 0-1 0-2 1-1 2-3 1-2 0-1 1-2 1-3 4-1 1-2 2-3
W W L W W D L L D L L L L L W L L
Att 195 148 149 122 634 246 171 116 155 262 198 132 84 296 75 259 273
Comp BSE1 BSE1 BSE1 BSE1 BSE1 BSE1 BSE1 BSE1 BSE1 BSE1 BSE1 BSE1 BSE1 BSE1 BSE1 BSE1 BSE1
Substitutes used, replaced in brackets Goalscorers in bold
Janneh Golding (1) Cruttwell Ajakaiye (2) Christie Golding Dixon Ajakaiye (1) Climpson Golding (1) Cruttwell Ajakaiye (2) Christie Golding Cruttwell Ajakaiye (2) Christie (1) Golding Cruttwell Ajakaiye (1) Christie Golding Adams Ajakaiye Vickers Golding Cruttwell (1) Ajakaiye (4) Christie Walker Cruttwell Ajakaiye (1) Climpson Golding Dixon Ajakaiye (1) Climpson Walker Dixon Ajakaiye Climpson Golding Dixon Ajakaiye Christie Golding Dixon (1) Ajakaiye (1) Climpson Golding Dixon Ajakaiye Climpson Azeez Dixon Ajakaiye (2) Climpson Azeez Ibrahiym Ajakaiye Climpson Golding Ibrahiym (1) Ajakaiye Climpson Azeez Dixon Ajakaiye Cruttwell Azeez (1) Dixon (1) Ajakaiye (1) Cruttwell Azeez Dixon Ajakaiye (1) Howlett-Mundle (1) Cruttwell Azeez Dixon Ajakaiye Howlett-Mundle Cruttwell Walker Dixon (1) Ajakaiye (1) Howlett-Mundle Climpson Walker Pool Ajakaiye Howlett-Mundle Tucker Walker Dixon (1) Ajakaiye (1) Howlett-Mundle Tucker Walker Dixon Cruttwell Howlett-Mundle Cruttwell Walker Dixon Ajakaiye Howlett-Mundle Tucker Walker Dixon Mongoy Howlett-Mundle Tucker Walker Dixon Mongoy Howlett-Mundle Tucker Cruttwell Dixon (1) Ajakaiye (1) Howlett-Mundle Howlett-Mundle Howlett-Mundle Howlett-Mundle Howlett-Mundle Howlett-Mundle Howlett-Mundle Howlett-Mundle Howlett-Mundle Howlett-Mundle Howlett-Mundle Howlett-Mundle Howlett-Mundle Howlett-Mundle Howlett-Mundle Christie Howlett-Mundle Howlett-Mundle Howlett-Mundle
Dixon Walker (1) Fielding Dixon (1) Dixon Dixon Walker (2) Adams (2) Adams (1) Adams (1) Adams Adams Adams (1) Adams (1) Adams Dixon (1) Adams Adams (1) Adams Adams Adams Cruttwell Adams Adams (1) Adams Cruttwell Dullaway Mongoy
Ogboe Mensah (6) Walker (11) Vickers (2) Ogboe Cruttwell (1) (10) Dullaway (11) Vickers (8) Ogboe Dullaway (2) Dixon (11) Mensah (7) Ogboe Adams (9) Walker (7) Dullaway (3) Ogboe Dullaway (7) Walker (11) Adams (10) Dullaway Cruttwell (6) Ogboe (11) Ibrahiym (1) (4) Ibrahiym Adams (11) Mensah (3) Ogboe (1) (10) Ogboe (1) Dixon (7) Ibrahiym (11) Climpson (9) Walker Lovatt (4) Ogboe (7) Fielding (2) Ogboe Golding (2) (7) Lovatt (3) Dullaway (11) Vickers Lovatt (4) Cruttwell (11) Ogboe (8) Bamba Mensah (2) Vickers (6) Ibrahiym (12) Bamba Fielding (7) Vickers (11) Bamba (1) Ibrahiym (8) Golding (7) Walker (11) Bamba (2) Dixon (10) Christie (11) Fielding (2) Ogboe (1) Mensah (5) Walker (1) (11) Adams (4) Bamba OG (1) Cruttwell (4) Golding (11) Bamba (1) Walker (9) Makwiramiti (10) Bamba (1) Fielding (2) Walker (11) Curran (7) Bamba Curran (7) Climpson (3) Bamba Mensah (2) Lovatt (4) Bamba Ogboe (10) Curran (8) Bamba Azeez (7) Cruttwell (4) Ogboe (2) Bamba Fielding (2) Ogboe (10) Bamba Mensah (3) Ibrahiym (4) Ogboe (7) Black Curran (9) Ibrahiym (10) Black Bamba (10) Cruttwell (1) (7) Azeez (9) Black Adams (8) Bamba (10) Williams (5)
ON THIS DAY
Saturday 5th January 2013
United player-manager at the time Sean Ray commented after the match: "Seeing how happy our supporters were at the end is a memory I will savour for the rest of my life. I'm so pleased we were able to get a goal. .... I thought were a bit overawed in the first half but we started to relax more and caused them one or two problems."
BOSTIK LEAGUE SOUTH EAST DIVISION TABLE 2018/19 @ 2 JANUARY 2019 Pos Team P HW HD HL HF HA AW AD AL AF AA +/- Pts Home Att Away Att 1 Cray Wanderers 18 6 3 0 21 9 8 0 1 18 8 22 45 1-2 L 345 2 HASTINGS UNITED 18 8 0 1 24 6 4 1 4 14 15 17 37 3 Whyteleafe 18 6 1 2 26 13 3 4 2 12 9 16 32 0-2 L 147 4 Horsham 18 7 1 2 27 13 3 1 4 11 14 11 32 2-0 W 479 5 Haywards Heath T 18 4 2 3 11 7 5 3 1 23 17 10 32 1-2 L 164 6 Ashford United 18 3 2 4 15 15 6 1 2 18 6 12 30 2-0 W 531 7 Hythe Town 19 6 1 2 24 15 3 2 5 18 22 5 30 1-3 L 332 8 VCD Athletic 17 5 1 3 20 14 4 0 4 14 14 6 28 2-1 W 242 9 Three Bridges 18 4 0 4 14 18 4 2 4 18 16 -2 26 2-1 W 479 10 Phoenix Sports 18 2 4 3 17 18 4 3 2 20 17 2 25 3-0 W 393 11 Whitstable Town 18 3 3 2 6 8 3 1 6 10 21 -13 22 3-1 W 512 12 East Grinstead Town 18 3 2 4 16 17 3 1 5 15 19 -5 21 2-3 L 313 13 Sevenoaks Town 18 2 1 5 9 12 4 2 4 14 16 -5 21 1-0 W 557 3-2 W 262 14 Ramsgate 18 3 2 4 17 18 2 3 4 8 11 -4 20 3-2 W 217 15 Guernsey 19 3 1 7 13 22 3 1 4 13 15 -11 20 1-0 W 678 16 Sittingbourne 17 3 1 5 14 14 2 1 5 10 15 -5 17 17 Greenwich Borough 18 2 1 6 13 18 3 0 6 12 22 -15 16 4-0 W 409 18 Faversham Town 18 3 3 3 15 17 1 1 7 15 34 -21 16 2-2 D 228 19 Herne Bay 18 1 0 8 10 26 3 2 4 17 21 -20 14 5-0 W 360 20 Thamesmead Town 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 All match data relating to Thamesmead Town has now been officially expunged by the Isthmian/Bostik League
HUFC PLAYER APPEARANCES & GOALSCORERS 2018/19 @ 2 JANUARY 2019* STARTS PLAYER
Sam Adams Daniel Ajakaiye Lanre Azeez Youssuf Bamba Sam Beale Ollie Black Tom Climpson Sam Cruttwell Charlie Curran Jack Dixon Sonny Dullaway Jamie Fielding Charlie Horlock (GK) J Howlett-Mundle Hassan Ibrahiym Adam Lovatt Jordy Mongoy Tommy Taylor (GK) Jack Tucker
17 25 6 13 23 3 15 17 23 2 12 27 27 10 20 3 5
SEASON CAREER SUB TOTAL GOALS APPS GOALS
5 2 2 2 6 4 3 5 5 6 4 -
22 25 8 15 23 3 17 23 4 26 7 17 27 27 16 24 3 5
8 22 1 5 1 1 3 7 2 1 2 -
505 28 8 15 61 26 54 241 4 188 26 25 71 27 16 57 3 5
130 23 1 5 3 2 17 16 1 3 1 2 -
Antonio Walker 13 Cameron Williams Opposition Own Goals
SEASON CAREER SUB TOTAL GOALS APPS GOALS
LOANED OUT / DUAL REGISTERED PLAYERS
Sinnkaye Christie Dayshonne Golding Panashe Makwiramiti James Pool Tom Vickers
8 12 1 3
1 3 1 4
9 15 1 1 7
1 4 -
23 3 46 11 1 1 109 6
UNAVAILABLE / LONG-TERM INJURY
Emmanuel Mensah Davide Rodari
DEPARTED / ELAPSED INWARD LOANED PLAYERS
Matt Cruttwell (GK) Ansu Janneh Kelvin Ogboe Louis Rogers (GK) Alex Smith
1 1 8 -
1 1 16 -
7 38 16 2 -
5 3 -
* Appearance and goals data has been adjusted to account for Thamesmead Town results being officially expunged
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
LEADING LEAGUE GOALSCORERS
@ 2 January 2019
@ 2 January 2019
Team Guernsey HASTINGS UNITED Ashford United Hythe Town Faversham Town Cray Wanderers Whitstable Town Herne Bay Ramsgate Sevenoaks Town Horsham Sittingbourne Whyteleafe Phoenix Sports Haywards Heath Town East Grinstead Town Three Bridges Greenwich Borough VCD Athletic Thamesmead Town
Average 597 416 310 259 251 216 213 208 206 170 168 158 141 137 136 110 110 102 94 -
Attendance data relating to Thamesmead Town matches have now been officially expunged by the Isthmian/Bostik League
NATIONAL LEAGUE U19 ALLIANCE DIV B @ 31/12/2018 Team Pd Dover Athletic 9 Bromley Reds 9 Dartford Whites 8 Tonbridge Angels 7 Sutton Utd 6 HASTINGS UNITED 7 Dorking Wanderers 10 Maidstone Utd 9 Eastbourne Boro 8 Ebbsfleet United 8 Burgess Hill Town 6 Whyteleafe 9
W 8 7 6 4 5 3 4 2 2 1 1 0
D 1 1 0 3 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 1
L 0 1 2 0 1 3 6 6 6 5 5 8
F 36 41 31 24 19 18 15 18 16 14 6 4
A 6 6 8 7 8 15 39 25 26 27 24 51
GD Pts 30 25 35 22 23 18 17 15 11 15 3 10 -24 9 -7 7 -10 6 -13 4 -18 3 -47 1
Zak Andy Ansah Charlie MacDonald Daniel Ajakaiye Jeff Opoku Duah-Kessie Jake Embery Conner French Sam Corne Eddie-Louis Dsane Matt Loaring Karl Akehurst Daniel Parish Rory Smith Harry Goodger
20 15 14 12 11 11 9 9 9 8 8 8 7
Hythe Town VCD Athletic HASTINGS UNITED Phoenix Sports Herne Bay Three Bridges Ashford United Whyteleafe/Maldon Guernsey Haywards Heath Town Ashford United Ramsgate Faversham Town LEADING Uâ€™S GOALSCORERS - All Competitions Daniel Ajakaiye 22 14 BLSE 3 FAC 1 FAT 4 VT Sam Adams 8 5 BLSE 2 FAC 1 FAT Jack Dixon 7 5 BLSE 1 FAT 1 SSC Youssuf Bamba 5 5 BLSE Dayshonne Golding 4 2 BLSE 2 FAT Antonio Walker-Barth 4 1 FAC 2 VT 1 SSC Sam Cruttwell 3 1 BLSE 1 FAC 1 VT All BLSE goals relating to Thamesmead Town results have now been officially expunged by the Isthmian/Bostik League
BOSTIK DEVELOPMENT U23 SOUTH 31/12/18
Team Tooting & Mitcham HASTINGS UTD Carshalton Ath Cray Wanderers Herne Bay Lewes Burgess Hill Town Ramsgate Three Bridges Margate Sittingbourne Molesey
Pd W D L F A GD Pts 13 11 2 0 49 10 39 35 11 7 1 3 33 20 13 22 13 6 4 3 35 24 11 22 11 8 1 2 30 13 17 21 14 6 1 7 25 32 -7 19 10 6 0 4 34 22 12 18 11 4 3 4 32 32 0 15 12 5 0 7 29 34 -5 15 14 4 0 10 28 52 -24 12 11 3 1 7 26 29 -3 10 10 2 2 6 15 35 -20 8 10 0 1 9 16 49 -33 1
HUFC LEADING BOSTIK U23 GOALSCORER Cameron Harding 6
ON THIS DAY A look back at some of the matches played in past seasons on: Saturday, 5th January.
1957 The full programme of thirty-two third round F.A. Cup ties took place of which twelve were drawn. Two non-league clubs had made it to this stage and, ironically, both had to visit Nottingham: Rhyl went to Notts. County where they won 3-1 while Goole Town were soundly beaten 0-6 at Forest.. Nonetheless that was not the day’s top score as Burnley progressed after putting seven past Chesterfield without reply and the highest aggregate score was 5-3 recorded as Wolves defeated Swansea Town and West Ham United beat Grimsby Town. Shock result of the day came at Roots hall where Southend United defeated Liverpool 2-1. In Division Three (South) mid-table Brighton defeated bottom side Swindon Town 2-0 at the Goldstone. In the Northern Section Derby County took over top spot after they won 5-2 at Crewe Alexandra and Bradford City lost 1-3 at York City.
We, then Hastings & St. Leonards, visited Cuckfield in Division Two of the Sussex County League where we drew 1-1 with a Fred Crouch goal. The original Hastings United lost 0-2 away to Bedford Town in the then single division Southern League.
1985 It was the beginning of the winter’s cold snap but most of the ties went ahead in the third round of the F.A. Cup: On this occasion it was just Brighton from Sussex that had made it and they progressed with a 1-0 home win over Hull City. Pitch conditions seemed to contribute to some results with a few odd score lines including Gola Conference League side Telford United defeating third division Bradford City 2-1. First Division leaders Tottenham Hotspur were held 1-1 at home by second division Charlton Athletic while North London rivals Arsenal had an identical result at fourth division Hereford United: Third division Millwall also shared two goals with Crystal Palace. Meanwhile Leicester City’s 6-1 victory away to then Northern Premier League side Burton Albion, played at Derby’s Baseball Ground, was later declared void after it was proved that the Brewers goalkeeper had been hit and concussed by a missile thrown by a spectator. Top score of the day was at Vicarage Road where Watford beat Sheffield United 5-0 with Luther Blissett netting four goals.
Due to the bad weather we, then Hastings & St. Leonards, suffered our third consecutive postponement in Division One of the Sussex County League when our match versus Horsham YMCA to be played at The Firs was called off and in fact we did not play again for another three weeks. The original Hastings United suffered a similar fate.
2013 Teams from the Premiership and Championship entered the Budweiser F.A. Cup at the third round stage this weekend where Brighton joined two other Sussex sides however; it was only they that progressed; the Championship side defeating Premiership Newcastle United 2-0 at the Amex Stadium with goals from Andrea Orlandi and Will Hoskins. Division One Crawley Town went out after going down 1-3 at home to Championship outfit Reading despite Nicky Adams having scored the opening goal for them in the first minute. Of course our other representative was us and we were the lowest level side left in the competition, however, we bowed out going down 1-4 at Championship Middlesbrough. However, it was not a totally bad day for non-league sides as two Conference sides knocked out Championship teams, an Alex Lawless goal being enough for Luton Town to knock out Wolves while a brace from Matt Barnes-Horner saw Macclesfield Town come from behind to defeat Cardiff City 2-1. In an all Premiership tie Chelsea came back from being behind at Southampton to win 5-1 with Demba Barr bagging a brace.
As noted earlier we travelled to Middlesbrough where we were watched by 12,579 at the Riverside stadium and in going down 1-4 our consolation goal was scored twenty minutes from time by Bradley Goldburg.
HUFC vs SEVENOAKS TOWN - MAN OF THE MATCH -SAM CRUTTWELL
Sam Cruttwell was awarded ‘Man Of The Match’ by Match Sponsor Country Furniture Barns. Sam was presented with his award by Paul, Kelly and in the foreground, Erinna.
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