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Penalty woes for Saints

Saints  1     Stephenson

Chesham United  1    Blake

Chesham win 4-3 on penalties

Red Insure Cup Second Round  (Tuesday 18 November)

Keeper Shane Gore was the shoot-out hero for Chesham United as the Generals knocked Saints out of the Red Insure Cup.

Gore save Chalfont's fifth and final spot kick, from Kurt Morlese, to send his side through and a plucky Saints side spinning out.

Chalfont were already on the ropes in the shoot-out after Sam Grayley smashed their second spot kick off the crossbar, meaning successful penalties from Asen Valchev, Alan Hedley and Arjet Memishaj counted for little in the end.

Chesham, by contrast, kept their nerve to score all four through Toby Little, Dave Pearce, Simon Thomas and Darren Purse, meaning they didn't need to take their fifth.

It was the Southern Premier side who had taken the lead around the hour mark when Ryan Blake picked up the ball in midfield and went on a dazzling run into the area, skipping past a couple of desperate challenges before finishing from a tight angle.

But Saints were level within minutes when, with the Chesham back four appealing loudly for offside, Myles Stephenson ignored their shouts to bag his first goal for the club with a superb finish on the turn following a cross from the right.

Saints keeper Mikey Pearce them made three great stops, including a fingertip save from Little, meaning the game went straight to spot kicks without extra time, where the final dramas were to unfold.

Attendance.     85

Clarke double wraps up Sarnies

Saints  4     Stead 44, Louth 68 pen, Clarke 83, 90+3

Egham Town  1     Williamson 78

Southern League Division One Central  (Saturday 15 November)

Match photos at https://flic.kr/s/aHsk66wsSY

IMG 1851ACA late double strike by Remmel Clarke sealed the win for free-scoring Saints and sent the Sarnie Army chastened back to Egham on a wet and foggy Saturday.

Chalfont were without top-scoring captain Alan Hedley for the first time in the league and so it was an opportunity for others to step up to maintain the recent record that has seen them score four goals in both of their last two games.

Cup defeat for Saints

Aylesbury United  2     Edgeworth 22, Field 34

Saints  0

BBFA Senior Cup Quarter Final  (Wednesday 12 November)

Saints:  Mikey Pearce, Sam Grayley, Adam Louth, Liam Fowler, John Carroll, Hicham Benmadani, Glenn Yala, Louis Stead, Aarton Lansiquot, Myles Stephenson, Remmel Clarke.

Crazy Gang visit Mill Meadow
 
Tuesday morning saw Dave Bassett, the former manager of Wimbledon’s original ‘Crazy Gang’, pay a visit to Mill Meadow with BT Sport. 
 
BT Sport held an interview with Dave Bassett in the stands at Chalfont St. Peter AFC as part of their televised piece on the 1988 FA Cup Wimbledon side that beat Liverpool to the trophy, otherwise known as the ‘Crazy Gang’. The result remains one of the biggest shocks in FA Cup history.
 
Chalfont St. Peter AFC was the chosen venue for the interview as it represents the grass roots of football that Wimbledon rose from to reach their heights of success. The beauty of the FA Cup competition and football itself is it’s embodiment of the idea that dreams can and do come true. 
 
The show will be broadcast on BT Sport this Boxing Day at 8pm.
 
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Hat-trick hero Hedley seals Saints win

Uxbridge  3     Woods 36, Thomas 66 pen, Cole 86

Saints  4     Hedley 32, 38, 76, Lansiquot 55

Divison One Central  (Saturday 08 November)

Match photos at:  https://flic.kr/s/aHsk62bn8G

With the Saints last two league games resulting in six points gathered and seven goals scored, it was a case of keeping this run of league form going into the visit to Uxbridge. 

 

Yet again it was top goalscorer, Alan Hedley, sealing the three points for the Saints with three inspired goals. 

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