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Saints Misfire PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Ian   
Saturday, 01 March 2014 18:24

Saints  0

Aylesbury  1  Price 23

Calor League Division One Central  (Saturday 01 March)

Pictures from the game at: https://www.flickr.com/photos/89317930@N06/sets/72157641801373325/

A five game unbeaten run and opponents who had barely kicked a ball in 10 weeks should have made Saints hot favourites to win Saturday's Buckinghamshire derby.

Instead, they could barely get their game out of neutral and allowed themselves to be outplayed and bullied by an Aylesbury side that clearly wanted it more to help themselves escape the dangers of the relegation zone.

Both sides started brightly and while the quality may not have been illuminating, the enthusiasm and welcome sunshine made up for it. Remmel Clarke asked early questions down the right flank but was to fade badly as the afternoon wore on. Even with three quality central defenders in their back line, Saints missed the absent Gareth Paxton and the Aylesbury front line, led by ex-Saint Brad Wadkins, was a constant threat. The end-to-end exchanges finally produced a goal after 23 minutes after Alex Paine had gone close at one end, the ball was moved swiftly to the other end where Gareth Price stole in between two defender to score unchallenged.

It could have become worse for Saints when, having a strong shout for a penalty turned down when Remmel Clarke was taken out in the area, a swift attack and desperate defending saw Anthony Lennon harshly adjudged to have handled and a spot kick was awarded. Brad Wadkins could only watch in horror as Michael Power-Simpson brilliantly saved his penalty.

Just before the break, there was a huge talking point as goalscorer Price was shown a red card for colliding with Farai Hallam as the visitors again broke quickly. There was some feeling that it was a harsh call and with the officiating looking inconsistent there was a fear there could be a balancing off after the interval. That there was was less surprising than it's immediacy as it took less than four minutes for Romaine Walker to foolishly give the referee the opportunity to issue two yellow cards for what was a trivial tackle.

So the man advantage Saints looked increasingly in need of was lost and Aylesbury continued to pile on the pressure as Saints wilted. But for the incredible work rates of Alan Hedley and Alex Paine, topped by an outstanding performance from Michael Power-Simpson who pulled off a string of wonderful saves. the scoreline could easily have got away from Saints. Ronayne Marsh-Brown pushed forward as Saints pushed for an equaliser but with Scott Fitzgerald fading early in the half there was little threat or danger to the visitors goal until a fine header from Farai Hallam skimmed passed the far post in stoppage time. 

Saints:  Michael Power-Simpson, Liam Fowler, Ronayne Marsh-Brown, Farai Hallam, Anthony Lennon, Alex Paine, Remmel Clarke (Lewis Cumber 57), Alan Hedley, Terrell Lewis (Davis Haule 75), Scott Fitzgerald (Danilson Vicente 57), Romaine Walker.  

Attendance:  75     Star Player:  Michael Power-Simpson 

 
Saints unbeaten in five as Valchev penalty secures win PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Ian   
Saturday, 22 February 2014 18:17

Chertsey Town  0

Saints  1     Valchev 76pen

Calor League Division One Central  (Saturday 22 February) 

On an Alwyns Lane pitch that has been under water only hours earlier, the flowing football that Saints usually enjoy was never going to hold sway in their match-up against struggling Chertsey Town. 

It was all one-way traffic in the first half as Saints looked to continue their recent run of form against a Chertsey side struggling against relegation.  

Saints:  Michael Power-Simpson, Terrell Lewis, Ronayne Marsh-Brown, Gareth Paxton, Farai Hallam, Alex Paine, Romaine Walker, Alan Hedley, Remmel Clarke (Adam Pepera 69), Danilson Vicente (Liam Fowler 64), Asen Valchev (Tayo Coker 87).

Attendance:  67     Star Player:  Farai Hallam 

 
Superb Saints sink Marlow PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 18 February 2014 21:57

Marlow  1    Bennett 23

Saints  4     Fitzgerald 26, Clarke 29, Walker 69, Lewis 82

Calor League Division One Central  (Tuesday 18 February)

Chalfont's best league performance of the season saw them cruising to their biggest win of the season as two goals in each half as they toppled Marlow. 

Saints:  Michael Power-Simpson, Terrell Lewis, Ronayne Marsh-Brown, Gareth Paxton, Anthony Lennon, Alex Paine, Romaine Walker, Alan Hedley, Remmel Clarke, Scott Fitzgerald (Tayo Coker 85), Asen Valchev (Danilson Vicente 74).

Attendance:  92     Star PLayer:  Alex Paine

 
Power-Simpson to the rescue as Saints stumble to draw PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 15 February 2014 18:26

Saints  1     Walker 12

Uxbridge  1     Madigan 45+1

Calor League Division One Central  (Saturday 15 February)

Saints:  Michael Power-Simpson, Farai Hallam (Liam Fowler 87), Ronayne Marsh-Brown, Gareth Paxton, Anthony Lennon, Alex Paine, Romaine Walker, Alan Hedley, Remmel Clarke, Scott Fitzgerald (Leon Osei 83), Asen Valchev (Terrell Lewis 72). 

Attendance:  78     Star Player:  Michael Power-Simpson 

 
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