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Banbury United FC ISSUE 16: OFFICIAL ONLINE MATCHDAY MAGAZINE EVO-STIK LEAGUE SOUTH PREMIER


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WELCOME Our performances in said games have been as big as the stature of the games themselves, full of heart, passion and endeavour Good afternoon everyone and welcome back to a rather chilly Premier Plus Stadium, home of the Saints and the Mick George Academy, for today’s Evostik League South Premier division fixture. Today we extend a warm welcome to the players, officials and supporters of Banbury United Football Club and we hope you all have an enjoyable, if brief, stay with us here in Cambridgeshire this afternoon and we also extend a very warm welcome to the young ladies of Stevenage Starlets FC, who are spending the afternoon with us and once again, we really hope you all enjoy your matchday experience with us this afternoon. Hopefully the ‘Beast from the East’ hasn’t been as ferocious as first expected and we have managed to get today’s game on meaning we will have a 100% record so far with our home fixtures, testament to the good work which has been carried out on the pitch over the last couple of seasons, so as I’m penning these notes, it’s definitely a case of ‘fingers crossed’.

Some big games in recent weeks against teams in and around the top five in the division and I’ve got to say our performances in said games have been as big as the stature of the games themselves, full of heart, passion and endeavour. Ok, we may not have got the three points in some of the fixtures but we have pushed the opposition all the way, most notably in the Hereford and Slough games. Very, very pleasing, both from the view of a director and of course an avid supporter of the Saints. A big shoutout to the hardy souls who travelled to Edgar Street last Tuesday to cheer us on, massive credit to you all. Off the pitch, again, as I write this, we are very close to being able to announce our new Chairman. We are just awaiting the relevant paperwork being returned from the Football Association and we will release all the details.

Details of our Hunts FA Senior Cup appearance are beginning to take shape. The Final will take place on Wednesday 2nd May at the home ground of the losing semi – finalists, of which the clubs are Eynesbury Rovers and Yaxley FC. This Semi-Final was due to take place on Tuesday evening (27th February) however due to the weather situation, may well have not yet taken place. Keep an eye on the website and our social media channels for further details. Ok then, back to today’s game. Keep your fantastic support going again this afternoon, play your part off the pitch and I’m sure the lads on the pitch will match your efforts. THANKS FOR YOUR CONTINUED AMAZING SUPPORT…..

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MANAGER’S NOTES We welcome today Banbury and all their fans as we look to put some points back on the board after two close but tough encounters. And we know today will be exactly the same against a good footballing side. Despite being a bit battered and bruised squad wise recently, Scott & Lewis (hamstring) Harry (kidney stones) and Kyran suspended. We have performed fantastically well and really shown we can compete in the league with anyone on our day. And with a run of Chesham, Weymouth, Tiverton,

Hereford and Slough and picking up 6 points that proves that. And a special thank you to traveling away fans making some huge journeys we respect it and appreciate it. So it will be safe again today. A base of honesty and character combined with brave football and boys of magic.

So wrap up warm and give us your support as we aim to entertain and represent the club positively again. Finally a warm welcome to our mascots today we hope they have a great experience with us today. COYS Matt Clements


OPPONENT SPOTLIGHT

BANBURY UNITED FC Joined League: 1931 Chairman: Ronnie Johnson Website: www.banburyunitedfc.co.uk Nickname: The Puritans

A special welcome for our next home Southern League Premier Division fixture of the season with BANBURY UNITED our visitors this afternoon. After being very early season leaders of the table Banbury have spent most of the season just outside the play-off places and are currently eighth five points and three places ahead of our lads at the time these notes were penned. At the end of the 2014/15 season Banbury finished 21st in the table and was relegated to the South and West Division but roared back to win promotion back to the Premier Division at their first attempt. In our nine meetings with Banbury we have won four times and drawn twice but all four of those victories came in our first five meetings, so some recent improvement would be desirable. Earlier in the season we travelled to Banbury returning with a creditable draw thanks to a Dylan Williams goal in the second half, having trailed at half time. Banbury are a fan-owned club and have been playing at Step Three since the year 2000. Recently their best showing at this level was last season when they finished sixth – just one place but five points below the playoffs. Banbury have reached the first round Proper of the FA Cup three times in their history but this season they bowed out at the third round qualifying stage to Northern Premier League side Shildon. In the FA

Trophy they defeated Tiverton (whom they had also knocked out of the FA Cup) but lost to Farnborough in the Second Qualifying Round and in the BFB League Cup they were early casualties losing to lower graded Didcot Town in the first round. CLUB HISTORY Banbury United’s genesis is to be found in Spencer Villa, a works club formed in 1931. Friendly matches were played on a ground on the town’s Middleton Road. The club joined the Banbury Junior League for the 1933-34 season and won the championship at their first attempt. They changed their name to Banbury Spencer in 1934 and moved to their current ground for the start of the 1934-35 season in which they competed in the Oxfordshire Senior League. This too they won at their first attempt. During the season they were elected to the Birmingham Combination for the start of the 1935-36 season. After the war, Banbury resumed in the Birmingham Combination and turned professional for the 1946-47 season. In 1947-48, with attendances averaging 3,500, they finished runnersup in the league and reached the first round proper of the FA Cup for the first time, losing 2-1 at Colchester United, at that time a Southern League club. The status of the Birmingham Combination began to decline

in the early 1950s. At the end of the 1953-54 season the league disbanded and, along with most of its remaining clubs, Banbury joined the Birmingham League. In 195960 they reached the final of the Birmingham Senior Cup for the second time, again losing to Nuneaton, this time 1-0. In 1961-62, Banbury reached the first round of the FA Cup for the second time, travelling to Third Division Shrewsbury Town and losing 7-1. In 1965 a group of local businessmen bought the club and Banbury Spencer became Banbury United and during the summer of 1966 Banbury were elected to the Southern League. Significant improvements were made to the ground. Floodlights were installed and the famous old railway coaches that had been used as changing rooms were removed and replaced by a new clubhouse. The first round of the FA Cup was reached twice more; in 197273, United lost 2-0 at home to Barnet, then a Southern League club, and the following season, after a 0-0 draw at home, they lost 3-2 away to Fourth Division Northampton Town in a replay. United twice reached the last sixteen of the FA Trophy, losing 1-0 in a replay to Hereford United in 1970-71 and, in 1973-74, by the same score in a second replay to eventual Southern League champions Dartford. From the late 1970s


United’s fortunes declined sharply as debts mounted and in 1990, United finished 21st of 22 and were relegated for the first time in their history, starting season 1990-91 in the Hellenic League. In 1999/200 the club clinched the Hellenic League championship with two games remaining and Banbury United were back in the Southern League almost ten years after leaving it. The restructure of non-league football meant that the 2004-05 season was anticipated as keenly as any in the history of the club and United were equal to the challenge of Premier Division football – but only just. Winless after five games, they rose to ninth by the end of October but then struggled and by February had sunk to within one place of the relegation zone and spent two months there before a late improvement saw them to safety with a game to spare. Five wins in the first eight games of the 2011-2 season took United to second place but as players left the cash-strapped club, tempted by better offers, an alarming slump followed. Winning only six of their next 31 matches, United fell into the relegation places on Easter Monday. Two wins in the last three games saw them to safety. In 2013/14 Banbury finished 16th in the table nine points above the relegation zone. Relegated the following season Banbury bounced straight back to the Premier Division this season via the play-offs. BANBURY UNITED FC SQUAD 2017/18 JACK HARDING 24 year-old goalkeeper who came through the Banbury

United youth side and would progress to be a regular in the reserve side, also making five first team appearances. His last first team appearance for United before moving on was as part of the Buckingham Charity Cup final winning side in May 2012 against Cogenhoe United. After a spell with Hellenic League Division One side Hook Norton he joined Premier Division side Ardley United for the start of season 2013/14 where over the course of two seasons he established himself as one of the top goalkeepers in the Hellenic League. Returned to Banbury in the summer of 2015. CONOR MCDONAGH 23 year-old striker originally a scholar with Oxford United before joining Oxford City in the summer of 2011, playing primarily for the City Nomads side in the Hellenic League. After a spell with Witney Town he established himself at Southern League level with North Leigh. Moving away from the area he spent season 2014/15 with Ossett Albion though he also played some games for Thame United that season. On his return to Oxfordshire he joined Didcot Town at the start of season 2015/16 but moved up two levels to Conference South side Oxford City in September 2015. Joined Banbury in September 2016. ZAC MCEACHRAN 21 year-old midfielder who joined the club prior to the start of last season. He came through the Oxford City youth development programme to become a regular in the Oxford City Nomads Hellenic League side. Has also played for the City side in Conference North and made his first team debut

for them back in January 2012 as a 17 year-old. Is the younger brother of Brentford’s Josh. MARK BELL 26 year-old wide midfielder who joined the club in the summer of 2015 from Southern League Premier Division side Chesham United. He was a junior at Oxford United before joining Oxford City, coming through the City Nomads side before establishing himself in the first team. After being part of the City squad that won promotion to Conference North in season 2011/12, he left them in the summer of 2012 to play for Bedford Town but returned to Court Place Farm in January 2013. The summer of 2013 saw him have a successful trial with Conference National club Nuneaton Town and he had a three month spell with them before spending the remainder of the season back with Oxford City and then North Leigh. He joined Chesham United in the summer of 2014. RICKY JOHNSON 28 year-old striker who joined the club for his third spell in the summer of 2015. Originally came through the Banbury United youth side and made a few first team appearances before going on to play for Easington Sports, Witney United, Hook Norton and Woodford United. Returned to the Spencer Stadium in December 2011 scoring 19 goals in 42 appearances before leaving in September 2012 for Leamington where he helped them to win the Southern League Championship in 2012/13 before playing the following season for the Brakes in Conference North. He spent season 2014/15 playing for Hellenic League Premier Division side Ardley United.


Last season’s top goalscorer with 29 goals.

Moved to Banbury United in the summer of 2016.

DARIUS BROWNE 20 year-old left winger who has been with the Oxford United and the Coventry City academy. Also played for Easington Sports and Banbury United’s youth side before establishing himself in the United first team in season 2014/15.

GEORGE NASH 24 year-old midfielder who joined the club in October 2015. Played for Western League side Corsham Town before playing for the Loughborough University side in the Midland Alliance for three seasons. He was captain of the University side and voted Midland Alliance League “Player of the Season” in 2013/14. Whilst at Loughborough he played for the England and Great Britain Universities sides. Played for Chippenham Park in season 2014/15 before joining Worcester City in the summer of 2015 making seven Conference North appearances for them before joining Banbury. Has also represented England at senior international level at Futsal.

ANDY GUNN 28 year-old central defender who moved to the Spencer Stadium from North Leigh in the summer of 2015. Started his career at Oxford United and progressed to earn a professional deal, making three league appearances for them in the Conference in season 2006/07. After being released in May 2007 he joined Oxford City and had three seasons with them before moving on to Didcot Town, Cirencester Town and Aylesbury FC. He returned to Oxford City in the summer of 2012 playing for them in Conference North before spending two seasons with North Leigh. CALLUM WHITE 21 year-old right back who joined the club in August 2014. Missed the second half of season 2014/15 due to injury but returned for the start of last season. Was on Norwich City’s books as a youngster and has also played for Dereham Town. JACK SELF 21 year-old midfielder who had been with Didcot Town since the summer of 2014 after moving there from Oxford City. Made 78 appearances for the Railwaymen in his two years with the club. Spent time with Oxford United in their youth system before joining City.

JACOB BLACKSTOCK 17 year-old midfielder or full back, younger brother of Rotherham United’s Dexter, who was with Cheltenham Town at under 16 level and had since the start of season 2014/15 been playing for Oxford City in the Football Conference Youth Alliance before joining Banbury United in September 2015. Banbury United Management and Player Squad 2016/17 JACK WESTBROOK 21 year-old defender or defensive midfielder who resigned for the club in October 2015. Originally joined Banbury United at the start of season 2014/15 after spending three years with South Midlands League side Mursley United. Made 48 appearances for the Puritans that season, scoring 3 goals. Moved to Redditch

United in the summer of 2015 but after three months opted to return to the Spencer Stadium. ADAM RIMMER 17 year-old goalkeeper who joined the club towards the end of the season 2015/16. Has also played for the Bicester Town Colts sides at U17 and U18 level. MARTIN ASIEDU OFOSU 24 year-old striker who joined the club from Oxford City in December 2016. Born in Accra, Ghana but has Italian nationality. He joined Oxford City this past summer after previously playing in Italy for a number of clubs including Novara Calcio, Calcio Como, Calcio Lecco, ASD Borgomanero and AC Legnano. MARVIN MARTIN 25 year-old left sided defender, who can also play in midfield. A former Oxford United scholar who initially joined Banbury United on work experience for the start of season 2009/10, the move subsequently being made permanent. After making 91 appearances for Banbury, Marvin then moved to Oxford City in March 2011 and was a member of their Southern League promotion winning side of 2011/12. He opted to return to Banbury in October 2012 and stayed with the club through to the end of season 2014/15, amassing a further 126 appearances before moving to Didcot Town. Returned to Banbury for a third spell in September 2016.


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It’s the biggest shake-up in the Non-League game since 2004… and now the FA has revealed what it might look like. From 2018/19, an extra division will be added at Steps 3 and 4. The FA’s Leagues Committee has released provisional Step 3 and 4 league boundaries ahead of next season’s National League System restructuring. At their meeting on February 6, the Committee decided the principles to be applied when allocating clubs at the two steps. The Committee decision was taken after hearing the results of two exercises, the first using the tables at the end of last season (2016/17) and the second based on the tables as of January 2 2018. It is emphasised by the FA that, for the time being, this is a guide only and they have deliberately not included names of clubs because the full allocation can only be made when the identities of the constituent clubs are known. It is clarified that this is for season 2018/19 and the make-up of clubs in future seasons may alter this approach. At Step 3, the decision is to implement a north division, a central ‘band’ from the east coast to the west of Birmingham, together with south west and south east divisions, as shown in The NLP’s graphic below. The Southern League is to administer the pink and yellow areas, the Isthmian League the green area and the Northern Premier League to administer the area coloured black. At Step 4, the seven areas will be divided as shown in The NLP’s graphic below. The Isthmian League has responsibility for the green, blue and orange areas, the Southern League administers the yellow and pink areas and the Northern Premier League in the area coloured black. The Northern Premier League is calling a meeting of its clubs to decide whether to remain with a north/south split or to change to an east/west allocation.


1ST TEAM REPORT SLOUGH TOWN Southern League Premier Division Two goals either end of the first half proved sufficient to give Slough all three points as they avenged an early season defeat at the Premier Plus Stadium. The game had barely got under way when after 35 seconds in the first attack of the match Slough were in front – the quickest goal ever scored against St Neots in a Southern League fixture. That might have dampened the hopes of any side but for much of the remaining 89 minutes St Neots looked undaunted and might well have returned home with a share of the points. However, their reshaped side lacked bite in front of goal and despite a solid overall performance they can have no complaints about the result. The day began badly with the news that striker Lewis Irwin had failed to shake off an injury sustained in the midweek trip to Hereford, so Stefan Broccoli was restored in a reshaped attack. In midfield Kyron Wiltshire was serving the first of his two-match suspension with David Bridges replacing him but another late problem surfaced with Jack Bradshaw breaking down in the warm-up, so Liam McDevitt came in at the heart of the defence with the versatile Tom Wood moving to full back. With only two substitutes (one of them less than fully fit) it was just as well that there were no further injury scares. That lightning quick goal resulted from some very shoddy early defending. James Dobson waltzed past Johnny Herd to produce the perfect cross and Perry Coles, recently acquired

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ST NEOTS TOWN from Basingstoke and making his home debut, managed to get free from the two central defenders to give Finlay Iron no chance with a crisp finish. St Neots responded with a Herd free kick comfortably saved by home keeper Jack Turner and apart from a 12th minute let off when Chris Flood was left unmarked to crash a volley against a goalpost, St Neots came back well to compete with some confidence. They still tended to play with their back line too narrow giving wide men Dobson and Warren Harris too much space, but Slough failed to make their attacking possession count and Iron was seldom tested. After 40 minutes a Herd corner went over the head of Turner to finish up in the net, but the Referee had spotted a push on the keeper and a free kick was awarded. Then in the last three minutes of the half there was non-stop action. A glancing header by Mark Nisbet from a Matt Lench corner was headed off the line by the hardworking Luke Knight but from a Guy Hollis long throw, Dobson headed on to the far post and Perry Coles claimed his second goal of the match. In added time at the end of the first half St Neots produced the perfect response when from another Herd corner Nabil Shariff rose to head over the keeper to keep the visitors in the game. Within two minutes of the restart the Referee missed a clear handball by a home defender following a corner and as St Neots vainly appealed, the home side broke forward with Dobson going clear of the defence but

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with only the keeper to beat he saw his shot rebound from a post. The pace of the game then seemed to drop and for a spell much of the play was in midfield with neither side seeming able to carve out a real opening. Dobson did well to get past his marker to cross to set up Flood for a free header that he put straight into the arms of Iron, but St Neots were beginning to look the more confident and Shariff unselfishly set up Dion SembieFerris whose net bound effort was blocked by a defender. A spate of late bookings broke up the rhythm of the game, but three minutes from time after a sweet move started by Knight deep in the St Neots half, Shariff should have done better but sent his shot high over the bar. However, within Hitchin beaten at Basingstoke, St Neots remain eleventh in the table. St Neots: Iron, Wood, Herd, Knight, McDevitt, Parr, SembieFerris, Bridges, Shariff, Williams (D), Broccoli Subs: Buddle and Bradshaw (neither used) Cards: Bridges (Y – 66 mins), Williams (Y – 69 mins), McDevitt (Y – 82 mins) Goals: Shariff (45 + 1 min)

Referee: James Simpson (Paddington) Attendance: 615

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1ST TEAM REPORT Hereford United Southern League Premier Division St Neots returned from their challenging and lengthy midweek trip to Hereford unbowed despite a narrow 1-0 defeat at the hands of the league leaders. In front of a massive crowd of 2402 they produced a very creditable performance against the best side in the Division and were unlucky not to get a share of the spoils after matching Hereford in almost every department. Hereford boast the best defensive record in the league and are the second highest scorers, but they were taken all the way by St Neots who gave a brave determined showing and were close to becoming only the third side to win at Edgar Street this season. A fifth successive victory for the hosts has given them a four-point lead at the top with two matches in hand over the chasing pack, with St Neots remaining in eleventh place, eight points shy of the play-off places. Skipper Luke Knight returned to the side after suspension in place of David Bridges who was unavailable, and Dion Sembie Ferris was preferred to Stefan Broccoli who was on the substitutes bench. Hereford began very impressively forcing their visitors on the back foot from the first whistle. In only their first attack Jack Bradshaw had to clear off the line from a corner and then Finlay Iron produced a good low save to deny Pablo Heysham. St Neots did not let their opponents have it all their own way for after 15 minutes Kyron Wiltshire worked his way past two defenders to

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St Neots Town be brought down just out the area, but Bradshaw’s driven free kick was blocked by the defensive wall. Four minutes later St Neots had a let off when a Rob Purdie corner was won in the air by Jimmy Oates, but his effort was deflected as a defender stuck out a leg. Hesham was then wide with a header from another corner but St Neots always looked dangerous on the break and Lewis Irwin had a low shot deflected wide by Ryan Green. A 28th minute four by Taylor Parr earned him a booking and Hereford a free kick in a dangerous area but Jamie Bird’s effort was wide of the post and there was plenty of goalmouth action in the final five minutes of the first half as from a Nabil Shariff cross, Irwin saw his shot cleared off the line by Dara O’Shea and then at the other end Iron produced a stunning double save to deny Bird and Heysham. Hereford’s determined start to the second half brought them success. After Purdie had headed a corner onto the roof of the net they scored the only goal of the game after 55 minutes. Again, it came from one of the plethora of set-piece free kicks as another Purdie corner saw Dara O’Shea rise above the defence to power a header into the roof of the net despite the unlucky Iron getting his fingers to the ball. That setback seemed to spur the visitors and in quick succession home custodian Martin Horsell saved well from Shariff and then the same St Neots player headed narrowly wide from a Bradshaw corner. Iron then denied Heysham with an impressive save and then shepherded a Bird

0 free kick around the far post. In a bid to vary his options Matt Clements sent on Stefan Broccoli for the tiring Sembie-Ferris and he almost put Irwin clear of the defence, but a covering defender got back to rob him. With around ten minutes left Iron produced the save if the match diving full length to push away a shot from Mike Symons. Matt Clements declared himself ‘extremely proud’ of the work ethic and overall display of his side against ‘the best side we have played this season’.

St Neots: Iron, Bradshaw, Herd, Knight, Wood, Parr, SembieFerris, Wiltshire, Irwin, Shariff, Williams Subs: Broccoli (for Sembie-Ferris 73 mins), Buddle and Rudman. Cards: Parr (Y – 28 mins), Wiltshire (Y – 31 mins), SembieFerris (Y – 47 mins), Knight (Y – 51 mins) Goals: none

Hereford: Horsell, Oates, Pring, Richards, Green, O’Shea, Reffell, Bird, Haysham, Purdie, Symons Subs: Murphy (for Bird 71 mins), Bowen, Mills, Dearman and Puddy. Cards: Bird (Y – 67 mins), Reffell (Y – 76 mins) Goals: O’Shea (55 mins) Referee: Mark Howes (Solihull) Attendance: 2402 John Walker


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Getting To Know Stefan Broccoli With Emily Dodson Full Name: Stefan Daniele Broccoli Age: 20 Position: Winger Previous club: Newcastle United Hometown: Peterborough Messi or Ronaldo? Messi

What is your job outside of football? Coaching Kids

You’re being sent to a desert island and you can only take 3 things what would you take? A plane, A pilot, and petrol

Why did you want to join St.Neots? There’s great opportunity here. Some family friends come and watch and said what a great club it was. Being here I can get to play regular football again.

How different is non league football compared to the professional game? You get kicked about the pitch a lot more in non league, but it’s not as different as people make out. What has been your most memorable moment in football so far and why? Playing at St James Park. Unbelievable stadium, such a great experience.

Favourite pre match meal? My Nan’s pasta

One thing that annoys you? Dev’s banter

Best ground you have played at? The Emirates Stadium Who is the toughest opponent you have played against and why? Hatem Ben Arfa - couldn’t get the ball off of him

Favourite film Stepbrothers

If you could pick any player (past or present) to be in your team who would it be? And why? Pirlo. I loved him through watching Italy. The way be plays is unbelievable. What footballer did you want to be like growing up? Freddie Ljungbery - Arsenal fan and he was a red head.

Which of your team mates would you not want to be stuck in a lift with? Taylor (Parr) How old were you when you first started playing football?

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Which of your team mates has the best banter? Knighty Which of your team mates would be the worst on strictly come dancing? Dion - I don’t thinks he’s got any moves. If you could tell your 16 year old self one thing what would it be? Make the most of where you are and what you’re doing.


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This was only the second meeting of these two sides and like their first match it was very closely contested with a single goal difference deciding the outcome. With three senior players still injured St Neots Manager Steve Kuhne opted to rest two more – himself and Scott Grant - and so it was time for the fringe players to prove themselves. Already through to the Hunts Senior Cup Final St Neots aim is a County Cup double and this victory earned them a home semi-final with Huntingdon Town so they will consider it a night’s work well done. On a very wet pitch the sides had to first adapt to the conditions and after one early shot wide of target by Gary Walker the visitors began to confidently dominate proceedings. Leroy Odd outpaced the defence to shoot across the face of goal and Steve Young produced a smart save to deny Robbie O’Dell and with Biggleswade employing a three-man attack there was no shortage of goalmouth action. After 14 minutes the visitors forged ahead when Robbie O’Dell picked the ball up well inside his own half and accelerated forward to find

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Jack Weeden with a perfectly judged through ball and his pace took him clear to fire low past Young. St Neots had to make an early substitution with Jason Darvall making his first appearance since January coming on to replace James Hatch suffering a recurrence of his weekend injury. The visitors continued to look the batter side but after 32 minutes they conceded a free kick 25 yards from goal and Matt Endersby produced a peach of a shot to leave visiting keeper Darren Ayre grasping at air as he was beaten at his near post. That equaliser seemed to level up the contest and after 37 minutes debut striker Ben Smith had a fine header from a Mark Franklin corner cleared off the line but the effort would not have counted because the referee had spotted an infringement. Both sides were more cautious after half time with the focus now on a midfield battle where Jon Hoggett and Andre Maltay looked really strong it began to look that St Neots had regained their confidence. Steve Young had to save from Martin Russell and Robbie O’Dell but the visitors’ efforts were now more long range and midway through the half St Neots withdrew

Smith and introduced Steve Kuhne to the attack. Within two minutes they had taken the lead as Maltay made a strong unchallenged run from midfield before feeding Darvall wide on the right. His cross was early and with defenders caught out of position Gary Walker forced the ball home from close range to claim his sixth goal in five consecutive matches. Much of the remainder of the second half saw Biggleswade pushing forward in search of an equaliser but the St Neots defence superbly marshalled by Gary Watts now had the measure of the visiting attack and Young was seldom tested. They shook off the fatigue of their fourth match in nine days and held out fairly comfortably to earn their semi-final berth.

St Neots: Young, Clark, Endersby, Watts, Hurst, Hoggett, Hatch (Darvall 22 mins), Maltay, Smith (Kuhne 67 mins), Walker, Franklin Subs not used: Grant. Goals: Endersby (32 mins), Walker (69 mins). John Walker


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1ST TEAM REPORT ST NEOTS TOWN Southern League Premier Division St Neots overhauled their tally of league points from last season with this narrow victory over visiting Tiverton to complete their first league ‘double’ of the season. The margin of victory could and should have been greater but two disallowed first half goals gave the visitors a slim hope of a comeback right up until the final whistle. It was only St Neots’ fourth clean sheet in the league this season with the last one being three months ago on 14th November. However, St Neots keeper Finlay Iron did not have a direct shot to save throughout this match, so the victory was thoroughly deserved. St Neots fourth league victory in five matches represents their best run this season ahead of a Tuesday evening trip to new league leaders Hereford United. With Luke Knight and Liam McDevitt suspended, Scott Sinclair injured and Harry O’Malley unwell, St Neots selection options were very limited, but they recalled Lewis Irwin, Stefan Broccoli and David Bridges with Dion SembieFerris the only senior player on the substitutes bench. Now with four defeats in their last six matches Tiverton’s hopes of a play-off place in their first season back at Step Three look to be fading, now five points shy of fifth place. After a couple of good moves in the opening ten minutes little was seen of the visiting attack and St Neots settled to enjoy most of the first half possession. Dylan Williams cut in to fire narrowly

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TIVERTON TOWN

over the bar and then burst into the area to shoot narrowly wide of the far post with visiting keeper Alexis Andre well beaten. As the pressure mounted Jack Bradshaw and acting skipper David Bridges had shots saved but after 26 minutes St Neots took the lead. The goal came from a perfectly delivered corner to the far post when Tom Wood, recalled in defence to replace the suspended Liam McDevitt, stole in to fire into the net. After 37 minutes St Neots thought they had doubled their lead when from a deep Williams cross Nabil Shariff headed into the net, but the Referee had spotted a push and the effort was ruled out. If that was a disappointment worse was to follow two minutes before the break, when an early cross from Stefan Broccoli found Lewis Irwin a yard beyond the final defender and his crisp finish beat the diving Andre, only for an Assistant Referee’s flag to chalk out another ‘goal’. A two or three goal half time cushion would have adequately summed up the first 45 minutes but that was no to be. Tiverton came out with a more positive approach to the game after the interval. In the first five minutes both Landricombe brothers were allowed space in the penalty area but Michael shot badly wide and a spectacular overhead volley by leading scorer Levi, passed just beyond the far post. However, Andre was still the busier of the goalkeepers rising above a packed defence to punch clear from a Herd free kick, and then in action again to save at the feet of Shariff. The visitors then sent on two

0

substitutes and adopted a more attacking formation, but they never managed to win enough possession to seriously test the home defence. Another Shariff effort was well saved and both Broccoli and Irwin had shots blocked as defenders threw themselves at the ball. In the last ten minutes the game descended into a very scrappy affair with the Referee booking five players for minor offences. More substitutions followed but in that final period neither side managed to get a serious shot at goal with St Neots looking happy to preserve their narrow advantage. A late booking for man of the match Kyron Wiltshire now means he will miss two of St Neots upcoming matches.

St Neots: Iron, Bradshaw, Herd, Wiltshire, Wood, Parr, Broccoli, Bridges, Irwin, Shariff, Williams Subs: Buddle (for Williams 87 mins) Cards: Bradshaw (Y – 79 mins), Irwin (Y – 86 mins), Wiltshire (Y – 90+2 mins), Broccoli (Y – 90+3 mins) Goals: Wood (26 mins) Referee: Tom Hancock (Isleham) Attendance: 284 John Walker


1-

2-


EVOSTIK SOUTHERN PREMIER DIVISION - 28/02/18

P

W

D

L

F

A

+/-

Pts

1

Hereford

33

25

5

3

82

26

+56

80

2

King's Lynn Town

35

22

7

6

77

31

+46

73

3

Weymouth

36

22

6

8

78

41

+37

72

4

Kettering Town

34

21

7

6

82

39

+43

70

5

Chesham United

36

17

10

9

74

44

+30

61

6

Slough Town

29

18

6

5

73

34

+39

60

7

Tiverton Town

34

18

2

14

51

52

-1

56

8

Banbury United

36

15

10

11

71

48

+23

55

9

Royston Town

32

17

4

11

58

45

+13

55

10

Frome Town

33

15

5

13

64

64

0

50

11

St Neots Town

36

13

11

12

61

64

-3

50

12

Hitchin Town

34

14

7

13

51

50

+1

49

13

Basingstoke Town

34

14

6

14

69

53

+16

48

14

Stratford Town

35

13

9

13

53

55

-2

48

15

Farnborough

36

14

5

17

69

86

-17

47

16

Redditch United

35

12

9

14

60

54

+6

45

17

Biggleswade Town

34

12

7

15

38

40

-2

43

18

Merthyr Town

35

10

11

14

58

74

-16

41

19

Dorchester Town

36

10

9

17

53

70

-17

39

20

Bishop's Stortford

34

10

7

17

51

63

-12

37

21

Kings Langley

36

6

12

18

44

73

-29

30

22

St Ives Town

33

6

6

21

43

78

-35

24

23

Dunstable Town

36

3

4

29

23

112

-89

13

24

Gosport Borough

34

2

3

29

23

110

-87

9


ST NEOTS TOWN RESERVES P 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

Southall FC Baldock Town London Lions Winslow United Broadfields United Wodson Park Enfield Borough FC Risborough Rangers Buckingham Athletic Harefield United Bedford FC Ampthill Town Brimsdown FC Rayners Lane FC Hatfield Town Langford FC Hillingdon Borough FC Broxbourne Bourough Codicote FC St Neots Town Reserves

23 24 27 24 25 25 24 25 24 25 28 24 24 26 27 25 24 25 25 24

W 21 16 17 16 15 13 13 11 11 12 11 9 9 9 8 7 4 4 3 3

D

L

F

A

2 7 3 1 3 6 2 7 6 3 4 7 6 2 3 3 3 1 3 2

0 1 7 7 7 6 9 7 7 10 13 8 9 15 16 15 17 20 19 19

82 61 73 84 66 43 59 65 48 48 44 55 54 41 41 31 26 43 33 26

18 17 49 45 42 32 50 36 32 38 67 43 50 56 65 55 75 73 88 92

GD 64 44 24 39 24 11 9 29 16 10 -23 12 4 -15 -24 -24 -49 -30 -55 -66

Pts 65 55 54 49 48 45 41 40 39 39 37 34 33 29 27 24 15 13 12 11

SPARTAN SOUTH MIDLAND LEAGUE DIVISION ONE

ST NEOTS TOWN UNDER 18’S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Teams St Neots Town U18 Godmanchester Rovers U18 Haverhill Rovers U18 Saffron Walden Town U18 Royston Town U18 Mildenhall Town U18 Cambridge City U18 Ely City U18 Newmarket Town U18 Histon U18

P

13 11 11 11 13 12 8 12 14 11

W 9 8 7 7 6 5 4 3 3 1

D 0 1 1 0 2 1 1 1 1 2

L

4 2 3 4 5 6 3 8 10 8

F

49 25 25 34 36 23 25 13 22 10

THURLOW NUNN YOUTH LEAGUE CAMBRIDGE DIVISION

A

16 13 16 24 32 18 14 40 56 33

GD 33 12 9 10 4 5 11 -27 -34 -23

Pts 27 25 22 21 20 16 13 10 10 5


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ST NEOTS TOWN FC FIRST TEAM RESULTS, A Opposition in CAPS denotes home fixture. Player name in bold CAPS denotes goal scorer.

Date

Comp

Result

Att

1

2

3

4

12-Aug

Opposition FARNBOROUGH

SLP

0-1

278

Emery

Sinclair

Bradshaw

Horne

14-Aug

Hitchin Town

SLP

2-2

520

Emery

Sinclair

Bradshaw

Horne

19-Aug

Stratford Town

SLP

1-1

209

Emery

Sinclair

Bradshaw

Clarke

26-Aug

HEREFORD

SLP

1-3

516

Emery

Bradshaw

Herd

Horne

28-Aug

Kettering Town

SLP

0-3

727

Emery

Bradshaw

Herd

Knight

01-Sep

Cambridge City

FAC

1-3

312

Emery

Wood

Bradshaw

Knight

09-Sep

DORCHESTER

SLP

5-0

178

Tibbets

Bradshaw

Herd

Knight

12-Sep

Biggleswade Town

SLP

2-0

201

Tibbets

Bradshaw

Herd

Knight

23-Sep

SLOUGH TOWN

SLP

3-1

310

Emery

Bradshaw

Herd

Knight

26-Sep

ROYSTON TOWN

SLP

3-1

207

Emery

Bradshaw

Herd

Knight

30-Sep

Tiverton Town

SLP

2-1

227

Emery

Bradshaw

Herd

Knight

03-Oct

AFC Rushden & D

BFB

0-1

229

Emery

Bradshaw

Lee

Knight

07-Oct

Frome Town

SLP

2-2

251

Emery

Sinclair

Herd

Knight

10-Oct

DUNSTABLE TOWN

SLP

2-2

180

Emery

Sinclair

Herd

Knight

14-Oct

WEYMOUTH

SLP

1-2

348

Emery

Bradshaw

HERD

O'Malley

17-Oct

Chesham Utd

SLP

2-2

192

Emery

Bradshaw

Herd

O’Malley

21-Oct

Farnborough

SLP

4-2

287

Emery

Bradshaw

Marsh-Brown

KNIGHT

24-Oct

HITCHIN TOWN

SLP

1-1

333

Emery

Bradshaw

Marsh-Brown

Knight

28-Oct

CORBY TOWN

FAT

3-2

275

Emery

Bradshaw

Marsh-Brown

Knight

04-Nov

Gosport Boro

SLP

1-0

236

Emery

Bradshaw

Herd

O'Malley

11-Nov

STOURBRIDGE

FAT

2-3

323

Emery

BRADSHAW

Herd

Knight

14-Nov

BIGGLESWADE TOWN

SLP

0-0

138

Emery

Bradshaw

Herd

Knight

18-Nov

Banbury United

SLP

1-1

336

Emery

Bradshaw

Herd

Knight

25-Nov

BASINGSTOKE TOWN

SLP

2-1

233

Emery

Bradshaw

HERD

Knight

02-Dec

Bishops Stortford

SLP

2-1

307

Emery

Bradshaw

Herd

Knight

05-Dec

KINGS LYNN TOWN

SLP

0-5

282

Emery

Bradshaw

Herd

Knight

09-Dec

MERTHYR TOWN

SLP

5-2

237

Emery

Bradshaw

Herd

KNIGHT 2

16 Dec

Redditch United

SLP

2-2

234

Emery

Bradshaw

Herd

Knight

23 Dec

KINGS LANGLEY

SLP

3-2

318

Emery

Bradshaw

Herd

Knight

26 Dec

KETTERING TOWN

SLP

2-4

509

Emery

Sinclair

Herd

Knight

06 Jan

STRATFORD TOWN

SLP

2-2

233

Emery

Wood

Herd

Knight

09 Jan

St Ives Town

SLP

1-1

236

Emery

Wood

Herd

Knight

20 Jan

FROME TOWN

SLP

1-6

277

Emery

Bradshaw

Marsh-Brown

O'MALLEY

23 Jan

Royston Town

SLP

1-2

225

Emery

Bradshaw

Herd

Wood

27 Jan

Dunstable Town

SLP

3-2

105

Jessup

Bradshaw

Herd

Knight

03-Feb

CHESHAM UNITED

SLP

3-1

239

Iron

Bradshaw

HERD

Knight

06-Feb

St Ives Town

HSC

2-0

103

Iron

O'Malley

Herd

Knight

10-Feb

Weymouth

SLP

1-3

653

Iron

BRADSHAW

Herd

Knight

17-Feb

TIVERTON TOWN

SLP

1-0

284

Iron

Bradshaw

Herd

Wiltshire

20-Feb

Hereford

SLP

0-1

2402

Iron

Bradshaw

Herd

Wiltshire

24-Feb

Slough Town

SLP

1-2

615

Iron

Wood

Herd

Knight


APPEARANCES AND GOALS 2017/18 5

6

7

8

9

10

11

Sub 1

Sub 2

Wood

Parr

Foy

Clarke

Watson

Hyem

Williams D

Wiltshire

O'Malley O'Malley

Sub 3

Wood

Parr

Foy

Clarke

WATSON

Hyem

Williams D

WILTSHIRE

McDevitt

Parr

SEMBIE-FERRIS

Wiltshire

Watson

Hyem

Williams D

Horne

Foy

McDevitt

Parr

Semie-Ferris

Wiltshire

Clarke

Williams D

SINCLAIR

Wood

Knight

McDevitt

Parr

Semie-Ferris

Wiltshire

Watson

Snclair

Clarke

Wood

Williams D

Foy

McDevitt

Parr

Sembie-Ferris

Hyem

Clarke

Horne

Sinclair

WATSON

Williams D

Wiltshire

McDevitt

Parr

SINCLAIR

Wiltshire

SEMBIE-FERRIS

Horne

Williams D 2

Watson

Wood

O’Malley

McDevitt

Parr

Sinclair

Hyem

Semie-Ferris

Horne

Williams D

Watson

Wiltshire

McDevitt

Parr

SEMBIE-FERRIS

Wiltshire

MEECHAN 2

Horne

Williams D

Wood

Sinclair

Wood

Parr

Sembie-Ferris

HORNE

MEECHAN

Wiltshire

O’Malley

Sinclair

Clarke

Wood

Parr

Sembie-Ferris

HORNE 2

Meechan

Wiltshire

Williams D

O’Malley

Davison

Wood

Marsh-Brown

Sinclair

O’Malley

Davison

Bridges

Williams D

Williams A

Sembie-Ferris

Wood

Parr

SEMBIE-FERRIS

Wiltshire

Meechan

Horne

WILLIAMS D

Bradshaw

Parr

Sembie-Ferris

Wiltshire

MEECHAN

Horne

WILLIAMS D

Wood

Parr

Williams D

Wiltshire

Meechan

Sinclair

Sembie-Ferris

Foy

Horne

O'Malley

Wood

PARR

Sembie-Ferris

Knight

Meechan

Williams D

SINCLAIR

McDevitt

WOOD

McDevitt

Sembie-Ferris

O'Malley

MEECHAN

WILLIAMS D

Sinclair

Bridges

Butler Butler

Wood

McDevitt

Sembie-Ferris

O'Malley

Meechan

WILLIAMS D

Sinclair

Parr

Wiltshire

Bridges

Parr

MCDEVITT

SEMBIE-FERRIS

Wood

MEECHAN

Williams D

Sinclair

Butler

Herd

Wiltshire

Parr

McDevitt

Sembie-Ferris

Wiltshire

Meechan

WILLIAMS D

Sinclair

Horne

Knight

Bridges

Parr

McDevitt

SEMBIE-FERRIS

O’Malley

Meechan

Horne

Williams D

Bridges

Wood

Parr

McDevitt

Sembie-Ferris

Bridges

Meechan

Horne

Williams D

Wood

O'Malley

Parr

McDevitt

Sembie-Ferris

O'Malley

Meechan

Horne

WILLIAMS D

Butler

Parr

Marsh-Brown

Sembie-Ferris

BRIDGES

Meechan

O'Malley

Horne

Butler

Broccoli

Parr

McDevitt

Wiltshire

BRIDGES

Irwin

SHARIFF

Sembie-Ferris

Horne

O'Malley

Parr

Wood

O'Malley

Horne

Irwin

Shariff

Sembie-Ferris

Marsh-Brown

Broccoli

Butler

Parr

McDevitt

Wiltshire

Bridges

IRWIN 2

Shariff

SEMBIE-FERRIS

Wood

Horne

O'Malley

WOOD

McDevitt

Wiltshire

BROCCOLI

Irwin

Shariff

Sembie-Ferris

Wood

McDevitt

Wiltshire

Broccoli

IRWIN

Shariff

SEMBIE-FERRIS

WILLIAMS D

Sinclair

Marsh-Brown

Wood

McDevitt

Wiltshire

Broccoli

IRWIN

Shariff

Sembie-Ferris

WILLIAMS D

Marsh-Brown

O'Malley

Parr

McDevitt

Wiltshire

Broccoli

SHARIFF

WILLIAMS D

Sembie-Ferris

Sinclair

Bridges

Wood

Parr

McDevitt

Wiltshire

Broccoli

SHARIFF

Williams D

Sembie-Ferris

Irwin

Sinclair

Bradshaw

Parr

McDevitt

SEMBIE-FERRIS

Wiltshire

Shariff

Williams D

Sinclair

Irwin

Wood

Broccoli

Parr

McDevitt

Sembie-Ferris

Bridges

IRWIN

Shariff

Sinclair

Broccoli

PARR

McDevitt

Sembie-Ferris

Bridges

Irwin

Shariff

WILLIAMS D

WILTSHIRE

Broccoli

Sinclair

Parr

McDevitt

Sembie-Ferris

Bridges

IRWIN 2

Wiltshire

Broccoli

Sinclair

Shariff

O'Malley

Parr

McDevitt

Sinclair

Wood

SHARIFF

Wiltshire

WILLIAMS D

Sembie-Ferris

Irwin

Bradshaw

Parr

McDevitt

Sembie-Ferris

Wood

Shariff

Wiltshire

Williams D

Broccoli

O'Malley

Parr

WOOD

Broccoli

Bridges

Irwin

Shariff

Williams D

Buddle

Parr

Wood

Sembie-Ferris

Wiltshire

Irwin

Shariff

Williams D

Broccoli

Parr

McDevitt

Sembie-Ferris

Bridges

SHARIFF

Williams D

Broccoli


Basingstoke Town

Biggleswade Town

Bishops Stortford

Chesham United

Dorchester Town

Dunstable Town

Farnborough

Frome Town

Gosport Borough

Hereford

Banbury United Banbury United

1 -- 1

07-Apr

2 -- 1

1 -- 1

5 -- 1

1 -- 2

10-Mar

3 -- 4

5 -- 0

0 -- 1

2 -- 0

10-Feb

5 -- 0

1 -- 1

14-Apr

02-Apr

1 -- 3

3 -- 0

17-Ma

2 -- 2

0 -- 3

28-Apr

02-Apr

3 -- 0

1 -- 2

2 -- 0

TBA

1 -- 1

1 -- 0

4 -- 1

2 -- 2

4 -- 0

20-Jan

14-Ap

2 -- 2

2 -- 0

0 -- 0

5 -- 1

14-Apr

1 -- 3

1 -- 1

4 -- 0

1 -- 4

7 -- 2

0 -- 1

1 -- 0

1 -- 2

03-Mar

0 -- 4

5 -- 3

1 -- 2

2 -- 4

2 -- 0

0 -- 3

Basingstoke Town

3 -- 1

Biggleswade Town

1 -- 1

1 -- 2

Bishops Stortford

0 -- 5

2 -- 0

0 -- 0

Chesham United

1 -- 3

4 -- 1

2 -- 0

2 -- 1

Dorchester Town

0 -- 2

1 -- 0

2 -- 1

07-Apr

1 -- 1

Dunstable Town

0 -- 5

0 -- 6

0 -- 2

0 -- 5

1 -- 4

0 -- 1

Farnborough

3 -- 3

4 -- 3

2 -- 1

03-Mar

21-Apr

3 -- 3

4 -- 0

Frome Town

31-Mar

1 -- 0

2 -- 3

2 -- 1

1 -- 3

3 -- 1

28-Apr

14-Apr

Gosport Borough

0 -- 4

0 -- 8

31-Mar

1 -- 3

1 -- 5

3 -- 3

1 -- 0

2 -- 4

21-Apr

Hereford

3 -- 0

4 -- 1

1 -- 0

2 -- 0

07-Apr

4 -- 1

2 -- 0

0 -- 1

TBA

24-Mar

Hitchin Town

0 -- 3

2 -- 1

0 -- 1

21-Apr

0 -- 0

17-Mar

1 -- 0

1 -- 3

07-Apr

2 -- 1

03-Ma

Kettering Town

3 -- 0

3 -- 0

3 -- 1

6 -- 0

3 -- 1

03-Mar

6 -- 0

28-Apr

24-Mar

2 -- 0

1 -- 3

Kings Lynn Town

1 -- 1

03-Mar

3 -- 0

2 -- 1

0 -- 1

3 -- 0

5 -- 0

17-Mar

0 -- 0

2 -- 0

3 -- 2

Kings Langley

3 -- 4

1 -- 1

03-Mar

4 -- 1

0 -- 0

TBA

1 -- 0

0 -- 3

2 -- 7

1 -- 1

3 -- 3

Merthyr Town

1 -- 3

1 -- 1

0 -- 2

0 -- 0

03-Mar

1 -- 1

3 -- 1

3 -- 0

02-Apr

5 -- 0

0 -- 0

Redditch United

2 -- 2

3 -- 0

1 -- 0

2 -- 2

3 -- 1

4 -- 0

5 -- 0

7 -- 1

4 -- 1

TBA

02-Ap

Royston Town

17-Mar

07-Apr

21-Apr

02-Apr

0 -- 2

3 -- 1

1 -- 1

4 -- 3

3 -- 0

5 -- 0

1 -- 4

Slough Town

0 -- 1

24-Mar

2 -- 1

2 -- 4

02-Apr

2 -- 0

8 -- 1

5 -- 1

10-Mar

5 -- 1

2 -- 2

St Ives Town

2 -- 2

31-Mar

1 -- 2

0 -- 1

17-Mar

14-Apr

2 -- 1

2 -- 4

2 -- 2

1 -- 0

28-Ap

St Neots Town

03-Mar

2 -- 1

0 -- 0

24-Mar

3 -- 1

5 -- 0

2 -- 2

0 -- 1

1 -- 6

28-Apr

1 -- 3

Stratford Town

2 -- 3

21-Apr

1 -- 0

3 -- 1

1 -- 3

2 -- 0

5 -- 1

2 -- 2

1 -- 1

2 -- 0

1 -- 2

Tiverton Town

28-Apr

3 -- 2

17-Mar

2 -- 1

1 -- 2

02-Apr

10-Mar

2 -- 0

TBA

2 -- 0

2 -- 2

Weymouth

14-Apr

3 -- 2

2 -- 0

1 -- 1

1 -- 0

2 -- 2

17-Mar

6 -- 0

0 -- 2

02-Apr

0 -- 2

TBA

Evostik Leag


Hitchin Town

Kettering Town

Kings Lynn Town

Kings Langley

Merthyr Town

Redditch United

Royston Town

Slough Town

St Ives Town

St Neots Town

Stratford Town

Tiverton Town

Weymouth

1

1 -- 0

1 -- 1

1 -- 2

1 -- 1

21-Apr

1 -- 3

3 -- 0

2 -- 2

24-Mar

1 -- 1

02-Apr

1 -- 2

1 -- 2

ar

1 -- 0

3 -- 2

1 -- 2

28-Apr

2 -- 0

3 -- 0

0 -- 0

TBA

3 -- 2

10-Mar

2 -- 1

6 -- 2

3 -- 3

A

2 -- 1

0 -- 0

2 -- 2

2 -- 0

24-Mar

1 -- 0

1 -- 1

TBA

0 -- 2

2 -- 0

14-Apr

4 -- 0

10-Mar

pr

0 -- 3

0 -- 2

2 -- 3

2 -- 0

31-Mar

10-Mar

0 -- 3

17-Mar

4 -- 3

1 -- 2

28-Apr

1 -- 2

2 -- 3

3

10-Mar

2 -- 0

28-Apr

1 -- 0

13 -- 1

31-Mar

1 -- 2

1 -- 1

4 -- 0

2 -- 2

1 -- 3

1 -- 1

24-Mar

1

1 -- 4

4 -- 1

0 -- 2

1 -- 0

10-Mar

1 -- 0

24-Mar

21-Apr

6 -- 0

31-Mar

1 -- 2

3 -- 0

0 -- 3

4

24-Mar

07-Apr

0 -- 4

1 -- 4

0 -- 6

1 -- 1

0 -- 5

31-Mar

21-Apr

2 -- 3

2 -- 3

1 -- 2

2 -- 1

4

4 -- 1

3 -- 4

5 -- 2

31-Mar

2 -- 2

1 -- 3

0 -- 1

1 -- 2

2 -- 1

2 -- 4

24-Mar

07-Apr

2 -- 6

3

3 -- 4

2 -- 2

0 -- 0

17-Mar

1 -- 2

1 -- 0

1 -- 4

TBA

03-Mar

2 -- 2

3 -- 0

0 -- 1

1 -- 4

A

0 -- 3

10-Mar

1 -- 7

1 -- 2

1 -- 1

17-Mar

2 -- 3

1 -- 5

07-Apr

0 -- 1

0 -- 1

0 -- 5

0 -- 4

5 -- 0

21-Apr

10-Mar

3 -- 0

1 -- 1

5 -- 2

31-Mar

0 -- 1

4 -- 0

1 -- 0

5 -- 2

1 -- 0

2 -- 0

0 -- 0

0 -- 4

6 -- 0

2 -- 0

1 -- 0

1 -- 0

TBA

2 -- 2

2 -- 2

4 -- 0

31-Mar

3 -- 1

1 -- 0

1 -- 1

5 -- 0

1 -- 0

TBA

0 -- 0

4 -- 1

3 -- 0

2 -- 0

10-Feb

31-Mar

3 -- 2

07-Apr

3 -- 1

4 -- 0

TBA

1 -- 1

21-Apr

4 -- 1

2 -- 1

1 -- 1

2 -- 2

1 -- 2

1 -- 0

0 -- 2

0 -- 3

07-Apr

2 -- 0

24-Mar

21-Apr

28-Apr

2 -- 1

4 -- 5

3 -- 2

17-Mar

3 -- 1

2 -- 1

0 -- 3

03-Mar

1 -- 4

4 -- 0

2 -- 2

0 -- 2

21-Apr

07-Apr

TBA

2 -- 1

2 -- 1

1 -- 2

3 -- 0

1 -- 2

3 -- 0

2 -- 1

1 -- 1

2 -- 0

3 -- 0

1 -- 1

10-Mar

1 -- 2

1 -- 2

2 -- 2

1 -- 0

1 -- 2

03-Mar

0 -- 0

ar

3

14-Apr

2

2 -- 0

02-Apr

3

02-Apr

2 -- 5

0 -- 0

0

0 -- 0

2 -- 4

0 -- 1

14-Apr

pr

2 -- 2

0 -- 0

24-Mar

2 -- 2

1 -- 1

4

2 -- 1

4 -- 3

2 -- 0

10-Mar

24-Feb

2 -- 1

2

4 -- 0

1 -- 2

14-Apr

1 -- 1

3 -- 2

4 -- 0

28-Apr

pr

1 -- 2

3 -- 4

1 -- 3

1 -- 1

2 -- 3

10-Feb

TBA

TBA

3

1 -- 1

2 -- 4

0 -- 5

3 -- 2

5 -- 2

14-Apr

3 -- 1

3 -- 1

02-Apr

2

TBA

17-Mar

31-Mar

3 -- 1

2 -- 2

0 -- 0

1 -- 1

07-Apr

3 -- 0

1 -- 1

2

3 -- 1

0 -- 3

1 -- 0

3 -- 2

3 -- 1

1 -- 0

14-Apr

3 -- 0

2 -- 3

1 -- 2

2 -- 1

2

28-Apr

3 -- 1

3 -- 1

2 -- 0

3 -- 2

5 -- 0

3 -- 0

03-Mar

0 -- 1

3 -- 1

1 -- 1

2 -- 1 2 -- 0

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13

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