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B&B U14/15 Cup Finals @ Buckingham Athletic – Winslow United Lions set for big day on Sunday!

Buckingham Athletic Football Club’s Stratford Fields ground will host the Berks & Bucks U14 and U15 cup finals this Sunday (29th April).

In the U14 final Winslow United Lions will play Risborough Rangers Juniors at 11am. This game will be covered by Sports Shots.

At 3pm Newport Pagnell Town Lions take on Wendover Juniors in the U15 final.

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SSMFL,D1: Late Simon King free-kick earns Winslow third consecutive victory

Skipper Simon King scored a direct free kick to earn Winslow United a valuable three points at Hillingdon Borough on Saturday afternoon.

Simon King

King’s 89th minute strike ensured United have now won three consecitive games in eight days. In the race for third they sit on the shoulders of the teams in front with games in hand.

After going behind to a sixth minute penalty, Marcus Hussey netted from Simon King’s assist just two minutes later.

Ryan Freshwater converted a penalty on 20 minutes before the home side equalised 14 minutes later.

It was the captain who netted late on to keep United’s momentum going.

 

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SSMFL,D1: Winslow looking strong in hunt for third place

Winslow United are slowly strengthening their grip as they look to secure third place in the Spartan South Midlands League, Division 1 this season.

It was another victory for the Elmfields gate-based outfit, this time a 5-1 success over Langford, and with games in hand they are coming strong in the run-in.

Aaron King – Winslow United

Aaron King opened the scoring in the 13th minute to put Winslow United ahead before Danny Gordon made it two just eight minutes later.

Aaron King netted his second, his 32nd of the season, on 35 minutes with Shiblu Miah taking United in four goals ahead at the break with his 37th minute goal.

Substitute Harry Dalton scored in the second half as United stay fifth but are in more than in contention for the third place.

Winslow United: Sam Ashmead, Steve Garbutt, Danny Gordon, Marcus Hussey, Alex Kedzierski, Anthony Kew, Shiblu Miah, Grant Karwacinski, Jeanmal Prosper, Simon King, Aaron King.

Subs: Jack Bowers, Harry Dalton, Mark Tattum.

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SSMFL,D1: Winslow smash through 100-goal league barrier with Gr-Eight win

Winslow United hammered lowly St Neots town reserves 8-0 to maintain their push for a top three finish in the Spartan South Midlands League, Division 1 finish.

Simon King

Aaron King started the scoring before brother Simon and Daniel Parsons made it three at the break.

Aaron King – Winslow United

Aiden Bailey (left) & Daniel Parsons (right)

Harry Dalton and a Simon King penalty increased the lead to five before Jordan Jenkins scored his first goal for the club and United’s 100th league goal of the campaign.

Jordan Jenkins

Dalton scored goal number seven before he wrapped up his hat-trick and the eighth.

Harry Dalton

There was more good news as London Lions lost 0-3 at home.

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SSMFL,D1: Winslow United asking for help to get Elmfields gate pitch fit

Winslow United have asked people for help as they attempt to start getting through their fixture backlog.

Winslow United – Stand

They are holding a working party tomorrow morning (Saturday) at 10.15am as they try to get their home game with St Neots town reserves played.

United have had a series of games cancelled with fixtures now  scheduled for every couple of days.

Kick-off on Saturday afternoon is 3pm.

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SSMFL,D1: Race for promotion in South Midlands Division 1! All the fixtures and details!

Picture by Dale James

By Nick Callaghan

2nd Baldock Town Run In:

H Codicote 20th
Reverse Fixture: Codicote 0 – 6 Baldock

A Enfield 7th
Reverse Fixture: Baldock 4 – 0 Enfield

H Rayners Lane 14th
No Reverse Fixture

H Brimsdown 13th
Reverse Fixture: Brimsdown 2 – 2 Baldock

A Rayners Lane 14th
No Reverse Fixture

A Winslow United 4th
Reverse Fixture: Baldock Town 2 – 0 Winslow United

A FC Broxbourne 19th
Reverse Fixture: Baldock 3 – 1 FC Broxbourne Borough

Average League Position: 11th

Points taken in reverse fixtures: 13
If results are the same, projected finish: 85 2nd

Current Points: 72
Max Points: 93

Points needed to finish 2nd: 12
Points afforded to drop: 9
PPG needed for promotion: 1.71

3rd London Lions Run In:

H Harefield 10th
Reverse Fixture: Harefield 1 – 2 London Lions

A Brimsdown 13th
Reverse Fixture: London Lions 3 – 3 Brimsdown

A St Neots 18th
Reverse Fixture: London Lions 0 – 1 St Neots Town Reserves

A Risborough 8th
Reverse Fixture: London Lions 2 – 0 Risborough

H Hillingdon 16th
Reverse Fixture: Hillingdon 1 – 6 London Lions

A Broxbourne 19th
Reverse Fixture: London Lions 4 – 2 Broxbourne

Average League Position: 13th

Points taken in Reverse Fixtures: 13
If results are the same, projected finish: 76 3rd

Current Points: 63
Max Points: 81

4th Wodson Park Run In:

H St Neots 18th
Reverse Fixture: St Neots 2 – 0 Wodson Park

H Codicote 20th
Reverse Fixture: Codicote 1 – 2 Wodson Park

A Winslow United 4th
Reverse Fixture: Wodson Park 3 – 3 Winslow United

H Rayners Lane 14th
Reverse Fixture: Rayners Lane 1 – 2 Wodson Park

H Southall 1st
Reverse Fixture: Southall 1 – 0 Wodson Park

H Enfield 7th
Reverse Fixture: Enfield 6 – 2 Wodson Park

Average League Position: 11th

Points taken in reverse fixtures: 10
If results stay the same, projected finish: 68 6th

Current Points: 58
Max Points: 76

 

5th Winslow United Run In:

H Broadfields 5th
Reverse Fixture: Broadfields 4 – 2 Winslow United

H Broxbourne 19th
Reverse Fixture: Broxbourne 0 – 4 Winslow United

H St Neots 18th
Reverse Fixture: St Neots 1 – 8 Winslow United

H Langford 17th
Reverse Fixture: Langford 2 – 3 Winslow United

A Hillingdon 16th
Reverse Fixture: Winslow United 4 – 0 Hillingdon

H Ampthill 12th
Reverse Fixture: Ampthill 3 – 7 Winslow United

H Wodson Park 6th
Reverse Fixture: Wodson Park 3 – 3 Winslow United

H Baldock 2nd
Reverse Fixture: Baldock Town 2 – 0 Winslow United

A Ath 9th
Reverse Fixture: Winslow United 1 – 3 Buckingham Athletic

Average League Position: 10th

Points taken in Reverse Fixtures: 16
If results are the same, projected finish: 72 5th

Current Points: 56
Max Points: 83

6th Broadfields Run In:

A Winslow United 4th
Reverse Fixture: Broadfields United 4 – 2 Winslow United

H Langford 17th
Reverse Fixture: Langford 1 – 6 Broadfields United

H Rayners Lane 14th
Reverse Fixture: Rayerns Lane 4 – 0 Broadfields United

A Hillingdon 16th
Reverse Fixture: Broadfields 2 – 0 Hillingdon

H Enfield Borough 7th
Reverse Fixture: Enfield Borough 0 – 4 Broadfields United

A Buckingham Ath 9th
Reverse Fixture: Broadfields United 4 – 2 Buckingham Ath

A Hatfield 15th
Reverse Fixture: Broadfields United 0 – 1 Hatfield

A Codicote 20th
Reverse Fixture: Broadfields 1 – 0 Codicote

A Harefield 10th
Reverse Fixture: Broadfields United 1 – 3 Harefield

Average League Position: 12th

Points taken in reverse fixtures: 18
If results are the same, projected finish: 73 4th

Current Points: 55
Max Points: 82

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SSMFL,D1: United looking to bounce back after Baldock loss

Two goals in six first half minutes saw Winslow United defeated at Baldock Town in the Spartan South Midlands League, Division 1 on Saturday afternoon.

Harrison Holland (25) and Owen Robertson (31) gave the home side all three points, a result which sees United drop to fifth in the table but still have games in hand.

Next up this week United host Broadfields United on Tuesday (7.45pm) and FC Broxbourne Borough on Thursday evening (7.45pm).

Winslow United: Sam Ashmead, Jack Bowers, Danny Gordon, Ryan Freshwater, Marcus Hussey, Daniel Delderfield, Anthony Kew, Grant Karwacinski (Jack Page), Daniel Parsons (Harry Dalton), Simon King, Aaron King.

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SSMFL,D1: Dalton’s late winner earns Winslow Bucks derby win

Harry Dalton came off the bench and netted a late winner as Winslow United maintained their promotion push with a 2-1 victory over Risborough Rangers on Thursday evening.

Harry Dalton

Substitute Dalton struck in the 93rd minute to keep United on the tails of London Lions with games in hand.

After a goalless first half, Aaron King netted his 28th of the season just four minutes after the restart.

Aaron King – Winslow United

United didn’t hold the lead for long as Martin Griggs levelled from the penalty spot on 54 minutes after Lamar Mason-Williams was fouled in the box.

In injury-time Dalton put United in front and there was still time for former Elmfields gate man Kevin Mealor to see red.

Winslow United: Sam Ashmead, Jack Bowers, Ryan Freshwater, Jordan Jenkins, Marcus Hussey, Jack Page, Anthony Kew, Simon King, Daniel Delderfield, Daniel Parsons, Aaron King.

Subs: Anthony Ball, Harry Dalton, Grant Karwacinski.

Risborough Rangers: Brooker, Castello, Harrison, Newton, Gordon, Yearwood, Wylie, Davis, Shrimpton, Mason-Williams, Griggs (C) Subs: Mealor, Collins, Rawson, Fox, Clark

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SSMFL,D1: King hits double as 9-man Winslow suffer Lions defeat

Aaron King hit a double as nine-man Winslow United went down to a 2-3 defeat at London Lions on Saturday afternoon.

Aaron King – Winslow United

United stay fifth in the Spartan South Midlands League, Division 1 table despite the defeat.

Lions took the lead on 15 minutes as Burchell squared for Bolle to open the scoring.

Goalkeeper Nick Farrow was then sent off for being the last man for the visitors in the 27th minute.

A minute before the break Aaron King levelled and there was still time for Sean Coles to win a penalty which he was unable to convert.

Twelve minutes into the second period a long ball over the top saw Jack Mattey put the Lions back in front.

On 65 minutes Lions extended their lead to 3-1 as they converted from the spot.

Aaron King scored again, his 27th of the season, while Tom Brindley was red carded as Winslow were reduced to nine men.

United had a chance to grab a point but Daniel Parsons saw his shot brilliantly saved at point-blank range.

Next up is the visit of Baldock Town for another test on Tuesday evening, 7.45pm.

 

 

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SSMFL,D1: Winslow face big six games in season-defining run-in

Winslow United next six encounters are massive games for the Elmfields gate-based outfit which will be, without doubt, season-defining.

Winslow United manager Paul Alleyne (centre) flanked by his management team of Ronnie Joe and Steve Garbutt.

Paul Alleyne’s side head to third placed London Lions on Saturday after recording a 3-2 victory at Langford on Tuesday evening.

Next Tuesday Baldock Town, currently in second position, visit Elmfields gate before a tough Easter Saturday local derby at neighbours Buckingham Athletic comes next.

Another derby is next on the fixture list with United set to host Risborough Rangers before they head to face Baldock Town again the following Saturday (7th April).

Broadfields United, fourth at this moment in the division, are due on 10th April to complete an interesting looking run of games.

Leading-scorer Sean Coles is expected to be back in the side for the Lions trip after being unavailable for the midweek victory.

Sean Coles

 

 

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