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Evo Stik League Southern Central Division

North Greenford Utd vs Chalfont St. Peter


Kick Off: Sat Oct 10 @15:00

Saints lose in extra time

Saints  2     Hudson 44, Lansiquot 52

Wantage Town  3     Clark 47, Thorne 59, Ferris 104

Scores 2-2 after 90 minutes

BBFA Senior Cup First Round  (Tuesday 06 October)

Saints:  Brendan Hazlett, Mark Jamison, Adam Louth, Luke Brooks-Smith, Babs Jarra (Dandi Syla 75), John Carroll (Greg Deer 46), Jarvis Edobor, Asen Valchev (Reece Chaudry 63), Aaron Lansiquot, Remmel Clarke, Will Hudson.

Youth Match postponed

Tonight's Allied Counties League match at Holmer Green has been postponed. The next Youth team match is next Tuesday at home versus Flackwell Heath

Cup of cheer for Saints

Saints  3     Mendy 44, 70, 87 pen

Beaconsfield SYCOB  0

FA Trophy Preliminary Round  (Saturday 03 October)

Match photos at:  https://flic.kr/s/aHskkYn37Z

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 If there were any lingering doubts about local supremacy after last week's meeting, they were put firmly to rest as Saints comprehensively outplayed their neighbours to progress to the next round of the FA Trophy.

Making five changes to last week's starting lineup Saints had a fresh look but against a Beaconsfield side still buzzing from their 5-0 win in the week, both sides spent much of the first half sizing up each other. An early shout for a handball in the area was waved away before Tony Mendy slammed a shot out of nothing against the bar.

Bright periods of attack by  the visitors, led principally by Charlie Lossasso, were comfortably dealt with by the new central Saints pairing of Ryan Wharton, on debut after joining from Hendon, and Babs Jarra while Brendan Hazlett, reclaiming his place in goal after injury to Power-Simpson, looked assured in dealing with anything that got through to him.

The jousting continued throughout the half with neither side really grabbing a hold of things. Beaconsfield upped the tempo towards the interval and paid the price for a badly taken corner that Alex Paine intercepted. He found Alan Hedley on the edge of the area who, as alert as usual, played a quick ball up to halfway to Tony Mendy who set off on a typical pacey run, cut in and beat the keeper and two recovering defenders before calmly placing the ball in the net. A moment of real quality play and timed perfectly to deflate the visitors.

IMG 9188ARSaints looked to build on their advantage after the break and a lot fell to Beaconsfield skipper Lee Togwell to keep his young charges in the game. The surprise was that it took until the 70th minute before Saints made the next breakthrough. Alex Paine again broke up a move on halfway and the ball quickly passed through Hedley and Kofi Lockhart-Adams and on to Tony Mendy who took the ball into the area and around the advancing keeper before another composed finish from an acute angle into the far corner doubled the lead.

By now, Beaconsfield were, like a boxer, on the ropes and just trying to hang on to avoid any further damage. They had nothing to offer against confident opponents who were totally dominant. The coup de grace came in final minutes. Guri Demuria, who had been given such a torrid time by Mendy last week and had succeeded in avoiding him for much of this, was finally exposed to him and almost inevitably brought him down to concede a penalty. A delighted Tony Mendy stepped up and made no mistake from the spot to complete his hat trick, his second of the season and his 12th goal in eleven games.

Beaconsfield, make no mistake, are a top-5 side but they had no answer to a rampant Saints side. Whisper it quietly, but there is a growing feeling at Mill Meadow that Danny Edwards has put together a squad that is on the verge of something special.

Saints:  Brendan Hazlett, Alex Paine, Craig Carby, Babs Jarra, Ryan Wharton, Jack Mullan, Lewis Ochoa, Alan Hedley (Adam Louth 76), Anthony Thomas (Remmel Clarke 70), Tony Mendy, Kofi Lockhart-Adams (Aaron Lansiquot 76).

Attendance.  91

Saints undone by Fleet fightback

Fleet Town  2    Parker 46, 59

Saints  1  Mendy 28

Evo-Stik League Southern Division One Central  (Tuesday 29 September)

It's Kofi time for goal-crazy Saints

Saints  5     Lockhart-Adams 7, 63, 76, Mendy 52, Thomas 68

Beaconsfield SYCOB  1     Read 51

Evo-Stik League Southern Division One Central  (Saturday 26 September)

Match photos at: https://flic.kr/s/aHskmfa2Er


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