Archive for Winslow United Football Club

SSMFL,D1: Winslow maintain promotion push with away victory

Winslow United maintained their push for promotion as they came from behind to record a 3-2 victory at Langford on Tuesday evening.

Aaron King – Winslow United

Goals from Aaron King, his 25th goal of the season, Ryan Freshwater and Daniel Parsons ensured United stay in fifth place ahead of this weekend’s trip to third placed London Lions with Baldock Town, currently second, due at Elmfields gate next Tuesday.


Winslow United: Sam Ashmead, Jack Bowers, Ryan Freshwater, Jordan Jenkins, Mitchell Collins, Anthony Kew, Simon King, Grant Karwacinski, Shiblu Miah, Daniel Parsons, Aaron King.

Subs: Tom Brindley, Anthony Ball.

SSMFL,D1: Winslow held at home by Harefield after visitors miss injury-time penalty

Winslow United shared a 3-3 draw with Harefield United after the visitors missed an injury time penalty at Elmfields gate this afternoon.

Lenny Farhall’s 93rd minute spot-kick hit the post which saw the game finish level.

Earlier in the day Steven Green put Harefield ahead in the seventh minute.

Paul Alleyne’s side fought back to go in ahead at the break; Daniel Parsons (24) and Mitchell Collins (45) on target for the home side.

Craig Tomkins put the visitors on level terms in the 49th minute before Adam Willis gave Harefield the lead just five minutes later.

Sean Coles levelled the game nine minutes from the end of normal time before the late penalty drama saw the spoils shared.

Winslow United: Bobby White, Tom Brindley, Marcus Hussey, Ryan Freshwater, Anthony Ball, Mitchell Collins, Sean Coles, Anthony Kew, Daniel Delderfield, Daniel Parsons, Aaron King.


B&B Senior Trophy, SF: Learn more about Winslow’s opponents Saxton Rovers

Winslow United face a tough tie when they travel to Saxton Rovers in the semi-final of the Berks & Bucks, Senior Trophy on Saturday, 2pm.

Berks & Bucks FA Senior Trophy

The county cup competition for step 6 and 7 sides is down to the last four and United’s opposition Saturday are a strong unit being unbeaten in the North Berks League, division 1 this season. Their ten league games has seen them drop just two points from their campaign. Their Caldecott Road ground has seen Rovers net 26 times in five wins and a draw and concede just 5. On the road Rovers have won every four of their games.

In this season’s county cup a second round 3-2 home win over Faringdon Town was followed by a 5-0 win at Singh Sabha Slough in round three before Kintbury were dispatched at Caldecott Road also by a 5-0 scoreline.


BSCC, SF, 1L: Winslow Utd 0 Daventry Town 0

Winslow United and Daventry Town go into their second leg, semi-final of the Buckingham Senior Charity Cup all-square after sharing an entertaining goalless draw at Elmfields gate last night.

Bobby White

United had goalkeeper Bobby White is sparkling form as he saved a spot kick to keep the sides on level terms.

Tom Brindley went closest for the home side but his shot came back off the inside of the post before it was cleared to safety.

The date for the second leg is still to be arranged with the winners facing Buckingham Athletic or Leighton Town in the final at Buckingham Athletic on Monday 7th May 2018.

Winslow United: Bobby White, Jack Page, Marcus Hussey, Ryan Freshwater, Jack Bowers, Mitchell Collins, Sean Coles, Anthony Kew, Daniel Parsons, Tom Brindley, Aaron King.

Subs: Steve Garbutt, Roni Joe, Harry Dalton.

Daventry Town: Cerga, Childs, Lukeman, Harris, Richards, Cassidy, Moussi, McGowan, Harrison, Creaney, Jackson.

Buckingham Senior Charity Cup, SF: Winslow and Daventry Town set semi-final date

The date for the first leg of the semi-final in the Buckingham Senior Charity Cup between Winslow United and Daventry Town has been confirmed.

The two sides will meet at Elmfields gate on Tuesday 6th March at 7.45pm.

The date for the second leg is still to be confirmed, as is the dates for both legs of the other semi-final between Leighton Town and Buckingham Athletic.

SSMFL,D1: Early goals by league leaders help defeat Winslow United

Two goals in the opening ten minutes by Spartan South Midlands League, Division 1 leaders Southall gave Winslow United an uphill task before the visitors won the game 3-0 this afternoon.

The visitors named former United and Buckingham Athletic goalkeeper Nick Bennion in between the sticks.

It was Southall who started brightly as Louth put his side ahead on seven minutes before McLeish netted the visitors second in just the tenth minute.

In the second half Austin made it three it the second half before the home side hit the crossbar.

The defeat leaves United still in fourth place in the Division 1 table.

Winslow United: Bobby White, Jack Page, Marcus Hussey, Ryan Freshwater, Mitchell Collins, Alex Kedzierski, Daniel Parsons, Sean Coles, Anthony Kew, Kieron Schmidt, Aaron King.

Subs: Grant Karwacinski, Tom Brindley.

Thanks to Pud Rowe for the updates.

SSMFL,D1: Alleyne previews league leaders visit to Elmfields gate

Winslow United manager Paul Alleyne has previewed the visit of Spartan South Midlands League, Division 1 leaders Southall to Elmfields gate on Saturday afternoon.

Paul Alleyne

10-man United came from behind to defeat Langley in dramatic circumstances last weekend to reach the last four of the Berks & Bucks Senior Trophy and face tough opposition tomorrow as the push for promotion too.

Alleyne told Sports Shots this morning;

We are without Simon King but we are pleased to welcome back Mitchell Collins and Daniel Delderfield into the squad.

Kick-off is at 3pm for what will be a good test as fourth-placed United push for honours.

B&B Senior Trophy, QF: Late goals take Winslow into last four but goalkeeper White is the star

Winslow United are in the last four of the Berks & Bucks Senior Trophy.

Berks & Bucks FA Senior Trophy

The Elmfields gate outfit headed into a semi-final tie at Saxton Rovers after converting two set plays late on, but had Bobby White to thank after the goalkeeper produced a string of brilliant saves to keep his side in the game.

Bobby White

On a sunny February afternoon neither side created a clear-cut chance in the opening exchanges.

Simon King received a straight red card after his challenge saw him appear to win the ball but the referee deemed it a foul, albeit harshly.

The visitors were denied when White produced a fine stop to keep the scores level.

The ten men of United defended to take the teams in goalless at the break.

The second half was a feisty affair. The visitors more direct approach saw White nick the ball from the visiting striker as he honed in on goal but the referee pointed to the spot deeming a foul after the two players collided with their follow-through.

Langley converted from the spot with a very well-placed strike to go ahead.

With the ten-men of United forced into taking risks and Langley looking to take advantage on the break, the visitors did have a string of corners to peg the hosts back.

Aaron King’s rebounded free kick saw the United striker drill a powerful shot that hit the underside of the crossbar and come back into play only to be cleared.

At the other end White was keeping his side in the game with his heroics; a left-handed save from a free-kick and a point-blank block.

With the game becoming more tense and yellow cards being issued on a regular basis it was United who drew level.

In the 84th minute Daniel Parson’s run down the left saw him cross from close to the byline but he was caught by a late challenge. The resultant free-kick saw Marcus Hussey rise to direct his header home.

Marcus Hussey heads in an 84th minute equaliser for Winslow United in their Berks & Bucks Senior Trophy, quarter-final tie against Langley on Saturday 17th February 2018.

An unsavory incident followed with some visiting players challenging the home supporters celebrations with the game held up for five minutes while order was restored.

With the game heading to penalties a delivery into the Langley box saw the goalkeeper and two visiting players all challenge for the same ball with no United player within ten yards. The ball being put into touch for a 94th minute corner.

It was Aaron King who rose high above the challenging pack from the centre and his header bundled the ball over the line for the winner and sparked major celebrations from the home dug out.

Aaron King heads in a 94th minute winner for Winslow United in their Berks & Bucks Senior Trophy, quarter-final tie against Langley on Saturday 17th February 2018.


Winslow Utd v Langley

B&B Senior Trophy, QFs: Ath & Winslow set for big county cup weekend

Buckingham Athletic and Winslow United are both at home as they look to progress into the last four of the Berks & Bucks Senior Trophy on Saturday.

Berks & Bucks FA Senior Trophy

Mark Carter’s side play host to Marlow United with entry to Stratford Fields free of charge. The winners will entertain Newport Pagnell Town reserves in the semi-final.

Paul Alleyne welcomes Langley to Elmfields Gate with a trip to Saxton Rovers awaiting the winners.

Both games start at 3pm.


B&B Int. Cup, QF: Winslow Development’s county cup run ends at quarter-final stage

Winslow United Development’s excellent run in the Berks & Bucks Intermediate Cup came to an end at the quarter-final stage over the weekend.

Nick Farrow and Mark Wiltshire’s side finally exited the competition at Binfield 3-6, the side’s best run in the competition in recent years.

Dale Butler headed United Development in front after he latched onto a diagonal ball from Farrow.

The home side fought back to equalise and take the lead before Harry Dalton put United Development back on level terms in the 49th minute.

Harry Dalton

Binfield then netted twice more, their fourth being a penalty.

As the visitors looked to get back in the game, Binfield scored a double before joint manager Farrow fired in a late consolation.

Winslow United Development: Ashley Sherwood, Alex Iyenger, Ronnie Cozens, Charlie Willis, Nick Farrow, Dale Butler, Andrew Merola, Thomas Marshall, Kyhl Daly, Oliver Golding, Harry Dalton.

Substitutes: Thomas Patel, Tom Sherwood, Ethan Whitmore, Mark Wiltshire.