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 Analyst Development Squad Manager Development Squad Asst Manager
OFFICIALS Club President Club Secretary/ Treasurer Commercial Team: Commercial Director Events & Fundraising Director Commercial Manager 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
Dave Ormerod Tony Cosens Kevin Martin Jo Nesbit Hayley Clout
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
Dean White Chris Agutter Andrew Brown John McCrae Steve Hedges Ben Cornelius Dane Martin Paige Wise Stuart Soffe Joe Knight Andrew Brown Steve Sands
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: 76.7% D.S.Nessling: 16.86% Telephone 01424 444635 Email email@example.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
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
SUPPORTERS PLAYER OF THE SEASON SUPPORTERS GOAL OF THE SEASON
Good afternoon all.
The Big Vote
Welcome to the Pilot Field for today’s Bostik League Division One South East match against Ramsgate FC.
Forget all the political stuff, you have the opportunity to vote for the ’Player of the Season ‘ and the ‘Goal of the Season’ from today.
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.
There will also be a second opportunity at the game against Hythe Town in two weeks time. The awards will be presented at the final regular home league game against Ashford United on Easter Monday. Voting slips and box are available at the Programme 50/50 table.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ... Match Mascot
Jonah Spencer for today! Best wishes from all at the Club.
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A similar warm welcome is extended to today’s three match officials, Referee Greig Walker and his two Assistants, Jack Hobbs and Thomas Price. We return to Pilot Field action this afternoon after picking up maximum points against runaway league leaders Cray Wanderers in the comeback of all comebacks here at the Pilot Field a fortnight ago. The boys could have caved in after going down to two early strikes by Archie Johnson on 3 minutes and Joe Taylor inside 6 minutes. But they didn’t! ... A wonder strike from Sam Cruttwell on 9 minutes followed by an equaliser from Davide Rodari, making his Pilot Field return after recovering from an ACL injury, set the game up for a thoroughly entertaining encounter. Jack Dixon firing into the roof of the Cray net on 56 minutes proved to be the winning goal. What a comeback! The league clash of the season was enjoyed by a crowd of 491 who were left buzzing. A tremendous advert for semi-pro football at any level. Well done boys! Maximum points were also collected from our trip to Three Bridges last Saturday. Again the U’s coming back from conceding early to win 3-1. First-half goals from Gary Elphick, Jack Dixon and Davide Rodari did the job. Today’s visitors currently sit at 10th position in the league table with 38 points from 31 matches. However, the league position doesn’t truly reflect the strength the Rams have in their current squad. They held Cray to a 2-2 draw back in February. Manager Nick Davis is building for the future and has recently put pen-to-paper on a new deal which commits to the Rams for 2019/20. Thank you for your support this afternoon. 3 points again today please boys! ... We need all the PPG we can get! COYU’s ... #ambition #promotion2019
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MANAGER’S NOTES Good afternoon everyone.
A warm welcome to all those in attendance at the Pilot Field today .... especially to our superb support whom I’m sure will be at their loud and boisterous
... A win today will cement a place in the playoffs ...
Today will be tough .... Ramsgate always carry a big threat and we will need to be at our level best today to make it four wins on the spin! With the likes of Chapman and Rowland at their disposal, Ramsgate certainly boast one of the best forward lines at this level .... as I said, we have to be at our best!
A win today will cement a place in the playoffs come May whilst consolidating 2nd place in the league table. However, most importantly, it will give our points-per-game average a nudge in the right direction ..... we simply cannot allow ourselves to go into the playoffs knowing we can’t get promoted due to the points-per-game average accrued, therefore we have to win - it’s an absolute must!
Thank you in advance for all your support today ..... we need that atmosphere and noise to help keep us moving forwards!
CHRIS AGUTTER FIRST TEAM MANAGER
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Reggie enjoys watching Hastings United play - his favourite player is Sam Adams and enjoys standing behind the goal and celebrating! He enjoys attending Allstars Cricket Club learning all about cricket, riding his scooter, playing football and reading a selection of books especially by Michael Morpurgo.
Theo is a passionate Liverpool fan and is known to his friends as ‘speedie’ or ‘tiny man’ due to how fast he runs on the pitch. His favourite players are Mo Salah and Trent Alexander-Arnold.
Jonah plays football in every spare moment he can! He plays every Saturday at Hawkhurst Football club with William and Theo - and it’s the highlight of his week! He’s a Chelsea supporter, although Theo - and his dad! - are trying to persuade him otherwise!
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British Eventing and the British Board of Boxing. All their paramedics are HCPC registered. They can also Welcome back to the Pilot Field after two fantastic provide first aid training, workplace mandatory wins, firstly at home to league leaders Cray Wanderers training and safeguarding. and then away to Three Bridges. Please call Tim Hodgson on 07887 920911 or email I would like to welcome and thank our Match Sponsor email@example.com for further to today's game Caisters Hair Lounge who are based information. in Hawkhurst and opened in 2007. Their commitment is to offer a friendly and relaxed environment, with We thank them for their continued support and we soft colours and subtle lighting, together with friendly hope Bob and his guests enjoy their day with us. smiles from their team. Since 2012 the Salon has been consistently awarded with the 5-Star Good Salon I would finally like to welcome and thank all of our Guide rating and they are also a destination salon for Mascots to today's game, Reggie, Theo and Jonah, whose birthday it is today. We hope they all have a Matrix and GHD. great day with us and thoroughly enjoy their Matchday They aim to provide a professional and welcoming experience. ambience, trying to cater for the many different needs of all their clients, including women, men and children. Enjoy the game and hopefully 3 points! The salon is fully air-conditioned, with 8 workstations Hayley and comfortable sofas to relax in. They stock Matrix, Men-U, GHD & Tangle Teezer products and also offer gift vouchers for the perfect present idea.
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We hope Darren and his guests enjoy their day with us and we would also like to thank them for sponsoring our Mascot shirts this season. I also welcome and thank our Matchball 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
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.
“PPG” TABLES AS OF 24/3/19 Three successive wins have done us the world of good so far as points-per-game are concerned. A couple of weeks ago we were way down, just four places off the basement. Not that there isn't still plenty to do. The vagaries of competing in two tables in one season are illustrated by us being above Ashford in the traditional league table but below them in the latest points-per game table. And in the next column, on the right, is the points-per-game “table” that is made up of the clubs above who, as of last Sunday, occupied the play-off places in the seven step 4 divisions. Plenty to do? Better believe it. Just say for simplicity's sake that the 2nd placed club in each of the step 4 divisions play-off positions (as of last weekend) get through to, and win, their respective finals. Just say the above numbers apply on the final day of the season. It almost certainly won't be like that, we all know what a lottery the play-off system is – but bear with me. United, along with Brighouse of Northern Premier East, would miss out on promotion. We would have gone through the season with all the ups and downs of getting into the play-offs, gone through the massive stress of winning the semi-final only to find winning the final meant nothing because our points-per-game wasn't high enough. I am emphatically not a fan of play-offs, I've only been to one such game – at Dorking Wanderers two seasons ago – and even while being anti play-off, I can still recall all too easily the disappointment at missing out that night. I wonder how that would compare to winning a play-off final only to miss out on promotion because of the tinkering pointed hats of the FA . The FA breezed over all this months ago – but you have to wonder just how in touch these people are with those caught up at the sharp end of decision making like this. Players, coaching staff, club owners and you and me – supporters.
Anyway, here is that overall PPG table as it stood last Sunday:-
Overall PPG Table
Play-off Placed Regional PPG Tables
Peterborough Sports 2.43 Maldon & Tiptree 2.12 Blackfield & Langley 2.09 Aveley 2.06 Corby Town 2.03 Bracknell Town 2.00 Radcliffe 2.00 Coggeshall Town 2.00 Marlow 2.00 Heybridge Swifts 2.00 Moneyfields 1.97 Pontefract Colliery 1.94 Cheshunt 1.94 Ashford United 1.93 Ramsbottom United 1.91 HASTINGS UNITED 1.90 Horsham 1.90 Runcorn Linnetts 1.90 Brighouse Town 1.87 Haywards Heath Town 1.87 Cirencester Town 1.84 Winchester City 1.84 Mossley 1.83 Tadcaster 1.81 Westfield 1.78 Ossett United 1.75 Didcot Town 1.69 Sutton Coldfield Town 1.59
Bostik North Maldon & Tiptree 2.12 Aveley 2.06 Coggeshall Town 2.00 Heybridge Swifts 2.00 Bostik South Central Bracknell Town 2.00 Marlow 2.00 Cheshunt 1.94 Westfield 1.78 Bostik South East Ashford United 1.93 Hastings United 1.90 Horsham 1.90 Haywards Heath 1.87 Southern Central Peterborough Sports 2.43 Corby Town 2.03 Didcot Town 1.69 Sutton Coldfield T 1.59 Southern South Blackfield & Lang 2.09 Moneyfields 1.97 Cirencester Town 1.84 Winchester City 1.84 Northern East Pontefract Colliery 1.94 Brighouse Town 1.87 Tadcaster Albion 1.81 Ossett United 1.75 Northern West Radcliffe 2.00 Ramsbottom United 1.91 Runcorn Linnets 1.90 Mossley 1.83
I have unashamedly been cribbing Peter Miller's Twitter updates on this issue (@peter miller36). The overall PPG table here is one I put together and it doesn't quite work out the same as Peter's. Now he's been doing this a lot longer than me so if I have to bow to superior knowledge, then so be it. His table (at the top of the next page) shows United in 17th while I have them 16th, for example. I suspect there are different versions of this table country wide! Whatever - it's scary really to think that the result of a game played 300 miles away on play-off Final day could dictate – if we win our play-offs - which division we find ourselves in next season. And what of the FA (Slogan throughout this last two seasons - “It's only Non-League”) who created this shambles? As it's their numbers that will dictate who misses out – shouldn't they be updating clubs weekly with the latest PPG stats and tables? Yes they should.
Peter Miller's PPG compilation as of last weekend @peter miller36
Neat matchday ticket eh? TOMMY O GETS TO WEMBLEY!
Tommy O Wembley bound!
Indeed he does! Remember Tommy Osborne from back in the early thousands? A Kent based lad who slotted in all round the Town and United squads, utterly reliable and a good bloke with it. Last seen playing for Hythe 3 or 4 seasons ago. He's on the coaching staff at Cray Valley PM (Southern Counties East) these days and they just got through to the final of the FA Vase after a 2-1 aggregate win over Canterbury City in front of 1279 punters at Faversham's Salters Lane ground where a resurgent City are tenants. Nice one Tommy! Good luck and enjoy a final where PPG has no bearing on the result! It'll be one of those old fangled affairs when whoever scores more goals wins!
ON WITH THE RUN IN
Davide back where he should be
Beating Cray was a bit special eh? Especially after the start we made in a game that has to be the best one this season. Two decent sides going hammer and tong, great atmosphere, great goals and a vital three points. And last Saturday at Three Bridges where â€“ surely not â€“ we found ourselves behind only to put together yet another come back. I particularly enjoyed that one, as it put right the bad memories of defeat there three seasons ago. Let's keep the recent revival going against Ramsgate this afternoon. And the Rodari revival has been a bit special too! More of that as well!
runners-up to Sittingbourne in the Champions’ Cup Final.
Ramsgate has had senior football teams within the town since the late-1800s, but despite the paucity of reports in the local press there are match reports for Ramsgate Athletic from 1895. At this time matches were being played on a number of grounds around the town, including the Rams’ current home - Southwood. Football in east Kent closed down during the Great War, and in 1919 the Southwood ground was provided for Ramsgate Town, by then known simply as Ramsgate. In their first season they finished 3rd in the Kent League and reached the Kent Senior Cup final, but lost 1-0 to Northfleet at Maidstone before a crowd of 10,000. In 1924 Ramsgate Town folded and Ramsgate Grenville moved to Southwood and, apart from the appearance and demise a few years later of Ramsgate Press Wanderers in 1932, became the senior Ramsgate side until WWII again brought an end to all football in east Kent. Football resumed after the war and Southwood was taken over by the current club in 1945, then called Ramsgate Athletic, with the pitch being turned through 90 degrees and covers to the terraces and a stand erected from the anti-invasion steelwork from nearby Pegwell Bay. The Club played in the Kent League until it was disbanded in 1959, and were runners-up in the Kent Senior Shield in 1946/47, finalists in the Kent Senior Cup in 1947/48, Kent League Cup winners in 1948/49, followed by winning the League and runners-up in the Kent Senior Shield in 1949/50. In the next golden period, from 1954 to 1957, the Club won back-toback League Championships (1955/56 & 1956/57), with a new attendance record being set in 1955/56 when 5,200 spectators watched the local derby against Margate. They also made Club history when they reached the First Round Proper of the FA Cup for the first time in November 1955, eventually losing 5-3 at Watford, a record that stood for the next 50 years. In 1958/59 the Club also started playing in the Thames & Medway Combination League, winning the Eastern Division that season but finishing
With the demise of the KCFA Kent League in 1959, the Club joined the Southern League, as well as continuing in the Thames & Medway Combination. A new main stand was erected along the southern side of the pitch at Southwood, which is still in use today, and in November 1959 the Rams were visited by Everton to mark the official illumination of the newly installed floodlights – the ‘Toffees’ winning 7-1. In 1967/68 the Club again won the Kent Senior Shield and were runners-up in the Southern League Cup. In 1971/72 they finished runners-up in the League and were promoted to the Premier Division. In 1972 the Club changed its name to Ramsgate but after a decline in fortunes off the pitch the Club were relegated to Division 1 and later resigned from League in 1976, the 1st team taking the Reserves’ place in the new Kent League and in 1988/89 won the Kent Senior Trophy for the 2nd consecutive year and finished runners-up in the Kent League Cup, whilst in 1998/99 the Club was eligible for promotion to the Southern League after winning the Kent Premier League championship, but decided the time was not right, and also won the Kent Senior Trophy and reached the semi finals of the Kent League Cup. The 2004/2005 season saw the Club capitalise on the promise of its successful youth and a tough pre-season programme had the Rams playing (and defeating) 4 sides from higher leagues, including old adversaries Margate. In competitive football the Rams made good progress in the FA Cup, despatching Kingstonian (2 leagues above) before falling in the 2nd half to Dulwich Hamlet (1 league higher), whilst in the FA Vase they again reached the 3rd Round Proper. The best form was saved for the domestic season, where the Rams again did the double, the Kent League Premier Division Cup as well as the Kent League Championship by a clear margin, gaining promotion to the Isthmian League Division 1 South. Summer 2005 saw the Rams start the new era with two further pieces of silverware, beating Herne Bay in the Kent League Challenge Shield and Margate in the Kent Messenger Challenge Cup. The season continued with the Club reaching the 1st Round Proper of the FA Cup, the only Step 4 club in the country to do so that year and equalling the Club record set 50 years earlier.
The Club also won the League at the first attempt, securing back-to-back promotions to the Isthmian Premier for 2006/2007. For most of their first season in the Premier Division the Rams were settled in the ‘play-off spots’ and spent several weeks in 2nd place, but the toll on the squad was noticeable and injuries saw their form dip in the last weeks and they eventually slipped to 9th. This also meant a new record, as the Club had only managed to stay in the Southern League Premier for a single season. 2007/08 saw the Rams set more club records, winning the Isthmian League Cup and also reaching the play-offs for Conference South. For 2008/09 the Club erected new covers to the terraces behind each goal, to replace those erected after the war but removed in the 1970s, however having lost key players an average performance on the pitch dipped in the last months with relegation to Division 1 South. This saw several players leave to remain playing at the higher level, and a much younger Ramsgate team in 2009/10 avoided a further drop as some had predicted. After returning to Division 1 the Rams usually finished near the play-offs until 2013/14 when, after five managers in 14 months, the Rams ended up in 21st place. This saw the return of Jim and Danny Ward for their 3rd spell in charge, almost 20 years since they first joined the Club, and though they were in 2nd place at Christmas the form dropped and the Rams ended up mid-table. A good start in 2016/17 didn’t last and after slipping into the bottom quarter, with 1 point from 3 games over Christmas head coach Lloyd Blackman replaced the Wards. A 10-match unbeaten run saw a mid-table finish reprieve, with Blackman confirmed as gaffer for 2017/18. A season of mixed fortunes saw a lean patch after Christmas with some significant injuries saw the Rams sliding in the table, but another strong finish lifted Ramsgate back towards mid-table. In 2018/19 the Rams dispatched Gosport Boro before Hemel Hempstead stopped them in the 3rd Qualifying Round of the FA Cup in Herts, while AFC Hornchurch stopped their FA Trophy run in Essex. Following this, and an unbeaten 8 game run in the League, the Rams lost two in a row and Blackman decided to step down, being replaced by former Sittingbourne manager Nick Davis (who played at centre-half and at times captained the Rams in their Ryman Premier days) in December 2018.
Ramsgate FC Post-War Honours Isthmian League Cup Winners: 2007/08 Isthmian League Division 1 Champions: 2005/06 Southern League - Southern Div Runners-Up: 1971/72 Southern League Cup Finalists: 1967/68 FA Cup 1st Round Proper: 1955/56, 2005/06 Kent League Champions: 1949/50, 1955/56, 1956/57, 1998/99, 2004/05 Kent League Runners-Up: 1996/97 Kent League Cup Winners: 1948/49, 1992/93, 1993/94, 1994/95, 2000/01, 2004/05 Kent League Cup Finalists: 1988/89 Thames & Medway Combination Cup Winners: 1959/60 Thames & Medway Eastern Division Champions: 1958/59, 1959/60, 1960/61 Kent Senior Cup Winners: 1963/64 Kent Senior Cup Finalists: 1947/48, 1957/58, 1966/67 Kent Senior Shield Winners: 1960/61, 1967/68, 1968/69 Kent Senior Shield Finalists: 1946/47, 1949/50 Kent Senior Trophy Winners: 1987/88, 1988/89, 1998/99 Kent League Charity Shield Winners: 1994, 1995, 1997, 2005 Kent League Charity Shield Runners-Up: 1993, 2001
Nick Davis (Ramsgate First Team Manager) 36-year-old former central defender, who in his playing days turned out for the likes of Dartford and Maidstone, as well as the Rams in their Ryman Premier days (often skippering the side). Spent 6 years at Sittingbourne with nearly 300 games as a player and then manager before leaving in January 2018. Had a brief spell at Sheppey at the end of 2017/18 and then at Tunbridge Wells at the start of 2018/19 followed by coaching at Phoenix, before taking over from Lloyd Blackman at Ramsgate in December 2018.
NEWS From: Ian Townsend
A PAIR OF RAMS! Ramsgate sign a duo from Hythe
Photo: Scott White
Bostik South East side Ramsgate have announced two signings, both from league rivals Hythe Town.
VCD ADD TWO Two new Vickers - both of whom started yesterday VCD Athletic last week made two new signings from South East Division rivals, with the arrivals of keeper Matt Funnell and defender Temi Eweka. Both made their debuts in victory over Herne Bay. Funnell arrived from Sittingbourne, where he made two appearances. Prior to being a Brickie he was a youth player with Crystal Palace and also played for Maidstone United. Eweka came in from Hastings United, where he made six appearances - but he'd been there for less than two months, after signing from Kingstonian - for whom he had signed from VCD in November!
OKONKWO HEADS TO GREENWICH Grays defender heads South East Grays Athletic have announced that defender Geofrey Okonkwo has been released from his contract to join Greenwich Borough. Okonkwo made his Athletic debut at the end of last season, and has become a big part of the first team squad this campaign, making twenty-seven appearances. His last start was in the 2-2 draw with Felixstowe and Walton United earlier this month, and since then he has been a non-playing substitute for Jim Cooper's side.
The first of the new arrivals is Zach Fagan, a defender who made thirteen appearances for the Cannons this season, including in the 1-1 draw against his new club back in November. The second is midfielder / forward Nigel Neita, who has made thirty appearances, scoring five goals.
WANDERERS SIGN CLARKE FROM CASUALS Cray strengthen for the run-in Cray Wanderers, thirteen points clear at the top of the Bostik South East Division, have decided that they aren't strong enough yet! On that note they've just announced the signing of Corinthian-Casuals midfielder Jordan Clarke. Clarke has made 32 appearances for Casuals this season, scoring twice, adding to the eight he managed in the South Division last season and five in 2016/17 - during which he also turned out briefly for East Grinstead Town.
HYTHE BRING IN TWO The Cannons bring in two - from SE Division rivals Hythe Town recently announced two new signings. First in is defender Khanye Ryan-Makhosini, who signs from Sevenoaks Town. He made ten appearances for Town this season, including the nil-nil draw with his new club back in January. His most recent match for Oaks was in defeat to Hythe's opponents today, Sittingbourne. He started this season at Staines Town. Khanye is joined by Whitstable Town forward Tom Walmsley. Tom has made twenty-eight appearances so far this season, scoring five goals. His last appearance was in defeat to Herne Bay on March 2nd. Last season he spent time at Folkestone Invicta.
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RAMSGATE FC 2018/19 LAST 6 BOSTIK RESULTS Date Feb 16 Feb 23 Mar 2 Mar 9 Mar 16 Mar 23
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Opponent Cray Wanderers Sevenoaks Town Three Bridges Ashford United Hythe Town Phoenix Sports
Result 2-2 1-1 1-1 0-3 2-2 0-0
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Att 270 124 215 333 216 206
Comp 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 Tucker Adams Dixon (3) Ajakaiye (1) Howlett-Mundle Tucker Adams Dixon (1) Ajakaiye Howlett-Mundle Tucker Ibrahiym Dixon Ajakaiye Howlett-Mundle Climpson Cruttwell Dixon Ajakaiye (1) Howlett-Mundle Cruttwell Adams Dixon Ajakaiye (1) Howlett-Mundle Bamba Adams Dixon Ajakaiye Howlett-Mundle Climpson Adams Cruttwell Ajakaiye Howlett-Mundle Cruttwell Adams (1) Walker Ajakaiye (1) Howlett-Mundle (1) Cruttwell Adams Pool Ajakaiye Climpson Azeez Adams Dixon Ajakaiye (2) Elphick Black Adams Dixon Ajakaiye Elphick Cruttwell (1) Adams Dixon (1) Mongoy Elphick (1) Tucker Adams Dixon (1) Stevenson 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
RAMSGATE FC 2018/19 STATS
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 Mongoy (1) Mongoy (2) Mongoy (3) Mongoy Mongoy Mongoy (1) Mongoy (1) Mongoy Mongoy Pool Azeez Azeez Azeez
Biggest Senior Victory - Goals Scored 5 February 2019 Bostik One SE Herne Bay 1 - 5 Ramsgate Heaviest Senior Defeat - Goals Conceded 27 October 2018 FA Trophy 1QR AFC Hornchurch 6 - 0 Ramsgate
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) Black Walker (7) Bamba (4) Azeez (2) Black Bamba (7) Azeez (3) Lovatt (10) Black Climpson (6) Adams (7) Bamba (10) Black Adams (5) Bamba (6) Fielding (3) Black Bamba (10) Climpson (6) Curran (9) Black Climpson (6) Curran (10) Bamba Curran (11) Black Pool (11) Azeez (8) Climpson (7) Azeez Black (3) Walker (11) Curran (8) Bamba Mongoy (6) Bamba Rodari (1) (11) Mongoy (1) (10) Beale (6) Rodari (1) Bamba (11) Howlett-Mundle (2) Walker (9) Rodari (1) Howlett-Mundle (5) Ajakaiye (11) Beale (3) Highest Home League Attendance 16 February 2019 Ramsgate 2 - 2 Cray Wanderers Attendance: 270 Lowest Home League Attendance 30 October 2018 Ramsgate 0 - 0 Horsham Attendance: 132
BOSTIK LEAGUE SOUTH EAST DIVISION TABLE 2018/19 @ 24 MARCH 2019 Pos Team P HW HD HL HF HA AW AD AL AF AA +/- Pts Home Att Away Att 1 Cray Wanderers 30 11 4 0 38 12 11 2 2 29 15 40 72 3-2 W 491 1-2 L 345 2 HASTINGS UNITED 31 12 1 2 40 14 6 4 6 26 27 25 59 3 Horsham 31 11 3 2 34 15 7 2 6 21 18 22 59 2-0 W 479 1-1 D 157 4 Ashford United 30 8 2 5 30 18 10 2 3 29 9 32 58 2-0 W 531 5 Haywards Heath T 30 7 3 5 21 14 9 5 1 39 27 19 56 2-4 L 376 1-2 L 164 6 Hythe Town 31 9 5 2 34 19 4 3 8 25 30 10 47 1-3 L 332 7 VCD Athletic 30 6 2 7 26 27 9 0 6 32 30 1 47 2-1 W 242 2-0 W 105 8 Whyteleafe 30 8 2 5 36 25 4 4 7 16 19 8 42 3-0 W 440 0-2 L 147 9 Phoenix Sports 30 4 5 6 27 30 6 5 4 24 24 -3 40 3-0 W 393 3-3 D 139 10 RAMSGATE 31 5 6 4 29 24 4 5 7 19 22 2 38 3-2 W 217 11 Sevenoaks Town 30 4 4 7 21 23 6 3 6 19 21 -4 37 1-0 W 557 3-2 W 262 12 Whitstable Town 30 6 5 4 18 18 3 4 8 13 28 -15 36 3-1 W 512 1-1 D 222 13 East Grinstead Town 30 5 5 5 24 25 4 3 8 25 30 -6 35 2-3 L 313 1-2 L 166 14 Sittingbourne 30 5 1 9 21 25 6 1 8 23 30 -11 35 5-0 W 430 15 Three Bridges 30 5 0 10 22 38 4 4 7 23 25 -18 31 2-1 W 479 3-1 W 131 16 Herne Bay 30 4 1 10 23 38 5 3 7 31 35 -19 31 5-0 W 360 1-4 L 291 17 Faversham Town 31 6 5 5 26 26 2 2 11 22 48 -26 31 2-1 W 370 2-2 D 228 18 Guernsey 30 3 2 10 21 35 4 5 6 22 28 -20 28 1-1 D 368 1-0 W 678 19 Greenwich Borough 31 4 2 9 19 28 3 1 12 16 44 -37 24 4-0 W 409 0 20 Thamesmead Town 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 @ 24 MARCH 2019 STARTS PLAYER
Sam Adams Daniel Ajakaiye Lanre Azeez Sam Beale Ollie Black Sam Cruttwell Charlie Curran Jack Dixon Gary Elphick Jamie Fielding Charlie Horlock (GK) J Howlett-Mundle Hassan Ibrahiym Ansu Janneh Adam Lovatt Jordy Mongoy Davide Rodari Louis Rogers (GK) Bradley Stevenson
28 36 13 25 11 29 33 3 23 36 36 11 1 31 13 2 4 1
SEASON CAREER SUB TOTAL GOALS APPS GOALS
7 1 5 2 1 6 8 3 6 2 6 5 2 1 -
35 37 18 27 12 35 8 36 3 29 36 38 17 1 36 15 3 4 1
9 28 1 1 4 13 1 2 2 2 9 3 -
518 40 18 65 35 253 8 198 3 37 80 38 17 38 69 15 53 6 18
131 29 1 3 18 22 1 3 2 2 5 9 20 2
Tommy Taylor (GK) Jack Tucker 9 Antonio Walker 14 Opposition Own Goals
SEASON CAREER SUB TOTAL GOALS APPS GOALS
LOANED OUT / DUAL REGISTERED PLAYERS
Sinnkaye Christie Tom Climpson Sonny Dullaway Dayshonne Golding Panashe Makwiramiti James Pool Tom Vickers
8 20 2 12 3 3
1 6 5 3 1 1 4
9 26 7 15 1 4 7
1 1 4 -
23 3 63 2 26 1 46 11 1 4 109 6
DEPARTED / ELAPSED INWARD LOANED PLAYERS
Youssuf Bamba Matt Cruttwell (GK) Temi Eweka Emmanuel Mensah Kelvin Ogboe Alex Smith Cameron Williams
17 1 5 13 8 -
8 7 8 1
25 1 5 20 16 1
5 3 -
25 7 5 20 16 1
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
@ 24 March 2019
@ 24 March 2019
Team Guernsey HASTINGS UNITED Ashford United Herne Bay Hythe Town Faversham Town Ramsgate Cray Wanderers Whitstable Town Horsham Sevenoaks Town Sittingbourne Whyteleafe East Grinstead Town Phoenix Sports Haywards Heath Town Three Bridges VCD Athletic Greenwich Borough Thamesmead Town
Average 595 414 317 246 245 236 214 208 201 177 171 170 149 144 127 125 103 100 96 -
NATIONAL LEAGUE U19 ALLIANCE DIV B @ 25/03/2019 Team Pd W D L F A GD Pts Bromley Reds 19 13 3 3 66 20 46 42 Dover Athletic 15 13 2 0 62 9 53 41 Sutton Utd 15 13 0 2 50 19 31 33* Maidstone Utd 16 8 1 7 43 36 7 25 Tonbridge Angels 15 7 3 5 40 20 20 24 Dartford Whites 16 7 1 8 43 36 7 22 HASTINGS UNITED 15 6 2 7 39 38 1 17* Burgess Hill Town 14 3 2 9 22 50 -28 11 Ebbsfleet United 15 3 2 10 31 44 -13 10* Dorking Wanderers 16 4 0 12 16 62 -46 9* Whyteleafe 16 0 2 14 5 83 -78 2 *Adjustments made by National League U19 Alliance
HUFC Academy U19s Results Wednesday 6 March 2019
HUFC U19s 4-2 Dorking Wanderers U19s Monday 25 March 2019
HUFC U19s 1-2 Maidstone United U19s
Zak Andy Ansah Charlie MacDonald Daniel Ajakaiye Jeff Opoku Duah-Kessie Jake Embery Daniel Parish Callum Saunders Matt Loaring Gregory Cundle Sam Corne Conner French Frankie Sawyer Jack Dixon
25 24 20 17 17 17 17 15 14 14 13 13 11
Hythe Town VCD Athletic HASTINGS UNITED Phoenix Sports Herne Bay Ashford United Haywards Heath Guernsey East Grinstead Town Ashford United Three Bridges Sevenoaks Town HASTINGS UNITED
LEADING Uâ€™S GOALSCORERS - All Competitions Daniel Ajakaiye 28 20 BLSE 3 FAC 1 FAT 4 VT Jack Dixon 13 11 BLSE 1 FAT 1 SSC Sam Adams 9 6 BLSE 2 FAC 1 FAT Jordy Mongoy 9 9 BLSE Youssuf Bamba 5 5 BLSE Dayshonne Golding 4 2 BLSE 2 FAT Antonio Walker-Barth 4 1 FAC 2 VT 1 SSC Sam Cruttwell 4 2 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 25/03/19
Team Tooting & Mitcham HASTINGS UTD Cray Wanderers Carshalton Ath Lewes Ramsgate Burgess Hill Town Herne Bay Margate Sittingbourne Three Bridges Molesey
Pd 18 19 19 21 19 19 17 19 18 18 19 14
W 13 10 11 9 9 10 6 7 6 3 4 0
D 5 6 4 6 4 1 5 2 2 5 0 4
L 0 3 4 6 6 8 6 10 10 10 15 10
F 59 61 48 57 54 44 40 35 47 29 31 23
A 15 30 25 43 38 44 42 54 45 63 72 57
GD Pts 44 44 31 36 23 33* 14 33 16 31 0 31 -2 23 -19 23 2 20 -34 14 -41 12 -34 4
HUFC Development U23s Results Monday 4 March 2019
HUFC U23s 0-0 Cray Wanderers U23s Monday 18 March 2019
HUFC U23s 10-0 Herne Bay U23s Monday 25 March 2019
HUFC U23s 4-1 Lewes U23s * Adjustment made -4 Points
Bostik League Division One South East
RECORDS @ 24 March 2019
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FEBRUARY PLAYER OF THE MONTH
19th January 2019 Ashford Utd 7-0 Greenwich Boro
Jamie Fielding was voted February ‘Player of the Month’. He was presented with a plaque by Club Director and President, Dave Ormerod.
1st December 2018 Whyteleafe 6-0 Faversham Town
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 12th January 2019 Greenwich Boro 2-7 Herne Bay
Highest Attendance 22nd December 2018 Guernsey 0-3 Three Bridges Attendance: 743
Lowest Attendance 3rd November 2018 Greenwich Boro 0-1 Sevenoaks Town Attendance: 52 Data Source: FootballWebPages.co.uk
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Kenny Pogue in action for the U’s
HEATH BRING IN OAKS HITMAN AND YOUNG SEAGULLS DEFENDER Promotion chasers strengthen ...
By: Ian Townsend
Haywards Heath Town have announced the signings of Sevenoaks Town striker Kenny Pogue and Brighton & Hove youth defender Cameron Tutt. Pogue has made thirty-one appearances for the Greatness Park side this season, finding the net eight times - including a brace when he featured for Sevenoaks in their 3-2 home defeat to Hastings United back in August. In recent weeks, however, the former Hastings United, Hythe Town and Eastbourne Town striker has been used mainly from the bench - so this move will perhaps give him the chance of regular football, and will also add both firepower and a physical presence as Shaun Saunders side look to first qualify for the playoffs and then earn promotion to the Bostik Premier Division for the first time in their history. Tutt has previously spent some time on loan for Heath, featuring in an RUR cup victory at Hassocks.
HUFC vs CRAY WANDERERS FC - MAN OF THE MATCH -DAVIDE RODARI Davide Rodari was awarded ‘Man Of The Match’ by Match Sponsor Ken Eason. Davide was presented with his award by Ken and his guests, grandchildren, Isobel, Evie and Freddie.
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