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Kick Off: Tue Jul 26 @19:30


Saints pre-season well underway

HOLMER GREEN (0) 0  CHALFONT ST PETER (0) 2
Saints Scorers Ryan Phillips 74m and Adam Kirby 82m
 
A strong Saints squad took on Holmer Green at the Airedale Stadium and came out winning this fairly even match.
Chalfont seemed to have most of the possession in the 1st half but had nothing to show for it.
The second half started brightly for Saints but were again unable to turn control into goals.
With the match coming into the final period the Chalfont possession finally turned the tables when Ryan Phillips scored on the seventy-fourth minute and then eight minutes later Adam Kirby headed in a second.
This was a good work out for the Chalfont squad with the league season fast approaching.
 
Players used Gary Malone (GK), Remmel Clarke, Ryan Phillips, Dave Thomas, Chris Ellis, Alan Hedley, Tyronne Pink, Jack Mullan, Jamie Di-Giuseppe, Kofi Lockhart-Adams, Aaron McLeish, Craig Carby, Craige Tomkins, Anthony Thomas, Luke McQuire, Luke Appleton, Michael Malcolm, Dean McDonald
 
Previous pre-season matches this season:  wins at Harefield United 3-0 and Binfield 4-1 but defeat at Hanworth Villa 1-4

League & Cup Fixtures announced

Chalfont St. Peter kick off the new season on 6th August with a home game against Petersfield Town. On the following Tuesday we visit Aylesbury followed on the 13th by another away match at Ashford Town (Middx). In the League Challenge Cup, Saints have been drawn away at Kings Langley, the match to be played on 4th October

Yaw Osei-Opoku signs for Raith Rovers!

Chalfont St. Peter AFC are very proud to announce that our youth player, Yaw Osei-Opoku (18) last night signed professional terms with Raith Rovers.

Yaw is another success story for the Club's Youth section and is the second player in the space of two months to have been offered a professional football contract. He is one of an ever growing number of Saints players that has made the step to the professional game. We wish him all the very best on the next stage of his career.

Chalfont St. Peter AFC has the development of young players as a core element of the club's philosophy and today's success story underlines our commitment in this respect.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Above: Yaw displays his new shirt

 

 

FA CUP DRAWS ANNOUNCED

The draws for the early rounds of the FA Cup, FA Trophy and the FA Youth Cup were made this morning.

Saints have been drawn at home to the winners of the Cockfosters versus Harpenden Town match in the Preliminary Round of the FA Cup, to be played on August 20th.

In the FA Trophy Saints are away against Arlesey Town in the Preliminar< Round (match to be played on October 8th), with the winner having a juicy home town against either Corinthian Casuals or Thamesmead Town in the First Qualifying Round.

Our Youth side has received a bye to the First Qualifying Round of the FA Youth Cup where they have been drawn at home to Wealdstone. This match is scheduled to be played on September 19th.

League Allocations 2016-17

The FA Leagues Committee has allocated Steps 1-4 clubs to leagues for the 2016-17 season. We will continue in the Evo-Stik League Southern Division One Central for a sixth season and the full ist of clubs in the division is below.

The new season kicks off on Saturday 6th August 2016. 

Evo-Stik League Southern Division One Central 2016-17 season

AFC Dunstable

AFC Kempston Rovers

Arlesey Town

Ashford Town (Middx)

Aylesbury

Aylesbury United

Barton Rovers

Beaconsfield SYCOB

Bedford Town

Chalfont St Peter

Egham Town

Farnborough

Fleet Town

Hanwell Town

Histon

Kidlington

Marlow

Northwood

Petersfield Town

Potters Bar Town

Royston Town

Uxbridge

We welcome seven new clubs, of which four have been promoted from Step 5, one has been relegated from Step 3, one has been demoted from Step 3 and one has been moved sideways.

AFC Dunstable won the Spartan League, AFC Kempston Rovers won the United Counties League and Kidlington won the Hellenic League while Ashford Town (Middx) were runners-up in the Combined Counties League. Histon were relegated from the Southern League Premier and Farnborough were demoted from the Ryman League Premier. Marlow return after a spell in the Southern League South & West.

Of clubs leaving, Kings Langley and St Ives Town were promoted to the Southern League Premier while Godalming Town have moved to the Ryman South, Ware have returned to the Ryman Central and AFC Rushden & Diamonds have gone to the NPL South. Leighton Town and North Greenford United have both been relegated to Step 5 (not yet allocated).

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