MK Dons to visit Mill Meadow
Football League Division One side MK Dons, who knocked Manchester United out of the Capital League Cup, visit Mill Meadow on 24th September in the First Round of the Berks & Bucks Senior Cup First Round.
This is an opportunity to watch the Saints take on Football League opponents and we look forward to seeing everyone there to support us.
The match is the prelude to Saints FA Cup 2nd Qualifying Match away at Kettering Town on September 27th. More details to this game will follow.
Before these two cup games though, it's back to League action with the visit next Saturday of Rugby Town.
Exciting games coming up, so get yourselves down to Mill Meadow, enjoy good non-elague football and the hospitality of our bar and restaurant.
- Written by Benny
Saints hit FA Cup form
Saints 2 Hedley 3, Yala 78
Hungerford Town 1 Draycott 18 pen
FA Cup 1st Qualifying Round (Saturday 13 September)
Match photos at: https://flic.kr/s/aHsk3zJUGG
The FA Cup sprinkled some magic dust over Chalfont as, once again, they outperformed loftier opponents to progress in the grand old competition.
Hungerford, the form side in the Southern League Premier Division, a level higher than Saints, would have expected an easier afternoon than they eventually had.
- Written by Ian Doorbar
Big Day for Saints as FA Cup Match looms
Saturday, 13th September is a big day for the Saints with Hungerford Town, of the Southern League Premier Division, visiting Mill Meadow in the 1st Qualifying Round of the FA Cup.
Hungerford Town are currently in sixth place in the Southern League Premier Division and on Tuesday night they defeated Banbury 4-0. This follows their 3-0 victory over Corby Town.
With the Saints also in good form an excitign Cup game is in the making and we look forward to wlecoming all to Mill Meadow for the 3pm kick off.
Enjoy an FA Cup afternoon with the family, support your local team!
- Written by Benny
A Frustrating Evening for the Saints
AFC Hayes: 1 Akinjirin 16
Saints: 1 Lansiquot 45
Southern League Division One Central (Tuesday 9 September)
With AFC Hayes still looking for their first league win of the season, and on the back of our 4-1 thrashing of North Greenford, it was the Saints who started the match off brightly, dominating the early stages of the play. Both wide players, Glen Yala and Remmel Clarke, were showing positive attacking signs on both flanks. Hayes in particular struggled to control Glen Yala on the right wing, who seemed to be playing high in confidence after Saturday's performance, winning two corners for the Saints within the first 5 minutes.
- Written by Charli Casey
Saints hit top form
North Greenford United 1 Dart 28
Saints 4 Lansiquot 24, Hedley 29, Clarke 32, Yala 62
Southern League Division One Central (Saturday 06 September)
Saints finally got into their stride on Saturday with a convincing win away at their near neighbours with their best, most fluid performance of the season so far in an open game that saw four goals scored in just eight first half minutes .
Goals for all the forwards will doubtless boost confidence ahead of next weekend's FA Cup tie against Premier Division Hungerford Town.
- Written by Ian