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Last game blues as Saints go missing in second half PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 21 April 2014 18:28

Saints  2     Walker 19, Fitzgerald 42

Marlow  3     Bennett 38, 80 pen, I Davies 82

Calor League Division One Central  (Monday 21 April)

In a game of two halves, Saints reached the break totally in control of the game and well-deserving of their lead. Whether it was the pep talk by the visitors at the break or Saints sitting back, the game swung dramatically after the restart and Saints were made to hold on for long periods in torrential rain until the visitors scored twice in the last 10 minutes to secure the win. 

Saints:  Michael Power-Simpson, Remmel Clarke, Asen Valchev (Terrell Lewis 62), Gareth Paxton, Farai Hallam, Adam Pepera (Michael Williams 88), Alex Paine, Alan Hedley, Scott Fitzgerald, Danilson Vicente (Darreon Mark 78), Romaine Walker.

Attendance:  68     Star Player:  Adam Pepera 

Chalfont edge Saints v Saints goalfest PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 19 April 2014 16:48

St Ives Town  3     Gibbs 49, 81, Stead 57

Saints  4     Walker 23, 82, Fitzgerald 38, Lewis 59

Calor League Division One Central  (Saturday 19 April)

There was nothing of the comfy end-of-season runout about Saturday's game as both sides pinned back their ears to produce a pulsating game that entertained a bumper holiday crowd right to the final whistle.

Chalfont had the better of the first half with excellent goals from Romaine Walker and Scott Fitzgerald making the half time break more enjoyable for the visiting Saints.

The home Saints were not out of it though and they came storming out  after the restart and an early goal by Karl Gibbs and then one by Jon Stead brought the scored level again. Within minutes of the equaliser Terrell Lewis restored Chalfont's lead.

St Ives refused to lie down and in a thrilling finish they looked as though they had secured a draw as Karl Gibbs scored his second but within a minute Romaine Walker netted his second to restore Chalfont's lead which they held on to for the final minutes. 

Saints:  Michael Power-Simpson, Remmel Clarke, Michael Kamau (Adam Pepera 63), Gareth Paxton, Farai Hallam, Alex Paine, Romaine Walker, Alan Hedley, Scott Fitzgerald (Michael Williams 88), Terrell Lewis, Danilson Vicente (Darreon Mark 84). 

Attendance:  227     Star Player:  Remmel Clarke 

Egham gain edge after errors PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 13 April 2014 18:24

Saints  1     Lewis 68

Egham Town  2     Matthew 22, Byrne 45+3

Calor League Division One Central  (Saturday 12 April)

With the season winding down to a close and with a mid-table position secured, manager Danny Edwards is taking the opportunity to look forward to next season and measuring his resources.

So it was unsurprising to see several changes from the usual Saints line up, with an untried back line and an experimental front line.

Egham started the more brightly, coming of the back of a big win in midweek. The move the ball quickly and purposefully and Saints had to get into their stride quickly. Terrell Lewis took over the mantle of senior player up front and carved out some early opportunities which Vicente and Walker were unable to despatch.

Danilson Vicente saw his shot on 20 minutes well blocked by the keeper and a minute later Michael Power-Simpson made an equally good save from a free kick. However, seconds later his howler let in the visitors for the opening score. A hopeful high ball into the edge of the box looked like a routine catch but he somehow dropped it into the path of Brendan Matthew who slipped the ball home.

A scuffed shot by Romaine Walker and a powerful header by Anthony Lennon were the best Saints efforts in a disappointing half in which they would have been happy to finish just the goal behind but another spilled ball from a corner set up Richard Byrne to prod home to extend Egham's lead.

The second half proved much brighter for Saints as Egham's focus began to drift and Chalfont began to impose themselves on the game. Romaine Walker was denied by another fine save but he gained his revenge after 68 minutes when his quick thinking set Terrell Lewis free from a quickly taken free kick to score with a left foot drive with the Egham defence still trying to organise itself. 

Edwards introduced some new faces from the bench as Saints continued to press for an equaliser but it wasn't to come and Egham came away with the spoils from a well-contested game.    

Saints:  Michael Power-Simpson, Remmel Clarke, Michael Kamau, Adam Pepera (Michael Williams 90+2), Anthony Lennon, Liam Fowler (Scott Fitzgerald 60), Alan Hedley, Alex Paine, Terrell Lewis, Danilson Vicente (Darreon Mark 80), Romaine Walker. 

Attendance:  39     Star Player:  Terrell Lewis 

Defiant Saints hold Rugby PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 05 April 2014 16:10

Rugby Town  0

Saints  0

Calor League Division One Central  (Saturday 5 April) 

Saints put in a spirited challenge against promotion chasing Rugby Town we thoroughly deserved the point they got.

In front of another large home crowd, Saints defended strongly and had the chance to snatch a win in the last minutes when Scott Fitzgerald missed from close range.  

Saints:  Michael Power-Simpson, Remmel Clarke, Ronayne Marsh-Brown, Farai Hallam, Adam Pepera (Michael Kamau 66), Liam Fowler, Davis Haule (Romaine Walker 71), Alex Paine, Terrell Lewis, Scott Fitzgerald (Danilson Vicente 78), Alan Hedley.

Attendance:  447 

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