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Buckingham Senior Charity Cup: Semi-final, second leg date set for big local derby

The second leg of the Buckingham Senior Charity Cup, semi-final between Winslow United and Buckingham Athletic has been set for Tuesday 16th April 2019, kick-off 7.45pm.

The first leg saw the Athletic run out 2-1 winners against their near neighbours and local rivals, United.

The game at Elmfields Gate should be a thriller with all gate profits going to charity.

MATCH ACTION: Buckingham Athletic v Winslow United. Buckingham Senior Charity Cup, semi-final, 1st leg

Buckingham Junior Charity Cup: Semi-final dates announced

The Semi-finals of Buckingham Junior Charity Cup are to be played at Stony Stratford Town Football Club on the following dates, it has been announced.

Tuesday 2nd April

DEANSHANGER  ATHLETIC   v    STEEPLE CLAYDON

Thursday  4th April

POTTERSPURY     V     TOWCESTER TOWN

Kick-Off   7.30pm

BSCC SF: A mouth-watering Senior Charity Cup semi-final line-up

The 2018-19 Buckingham Senior Charity Cup, semi-final, has it’s first date of four booked.

Buckingham Athletic will host Winslow United at Stratford Fields for the third time this season on Tuesday 5th February 2019 at 7.30pm in the first leg between the two sides.

Leighton Town entertain Aylesbury with dates still to be confirmed.

Buckingham Junior Charity Cup: Last two quarter finals to be played this week!

The last two quarter finals in the 2018-19 Buckingham Junior Charity Cup take place this week.

On Tuesday evening, Deanshanger face Great Horwood, with the winners set to play Steeple Claydon in the semi final.

On Thursday night, Potterspury take on Buckingham United, with Towcester Town awaiting the winners in the last four.

Both games kick-off at 7.30pm at Stony Stratford Football Club’s Ostlers Lane ground.

Buckingham Junior Charity Cup – QF draw taking shape

With just two games to play in the first round of the Buckingham Junior Charity Cup, the draw for the quarter final is now taking shape.

FIRST ROUND
1. BUCKINGHAM UNITED 9-0 TWYFORD UNITED
2. CHARLTON & DIST. V SILVERSTONE
Thursday 20th September
3. DEANSHANGER ATH. 6-1 PADBURY VILLAGE
4. TOWCESTER TOWN 2-2 (4-2 on pens) ROADE
5. STEEPLE CLAYDON 3-3 (4-2 on pens) BRACKLEY SPORTS
6. WING VILLAGE 2-2 (5-6 on pens) GREAT HORWOOD
7. MIDDLETON CHENEY 1-4 CHASEWELL PARK
8. OLNEY v POTTERSPURY
Thursday 27th September

MATCHES TO BE PLAYED AT STONY STRATFORD TOWN
KICK-OFF 7.30pm

QUARTER FINAL
1.TOWCESTER TOWN v CHASEWELL PARK

2. WINNERS OF 2 v STEEPLE CLAYDON

3. DEANSHANGER ATH. V GREAT HORWOOD

4 WINNERS OF 8 v BUCKINGHAM UNITED

SEMI – FINAL
WINNERS OF 3 v WINNERS OF 2

WINNERS OF 4 v WINNERS OF 1

FRED TEW CUP FINAL
Played for between the two losing semi-finalists

JUNIOR CUP FINAL

Buckingham Senior Charity Cup – 2018-19 draw

The draw has taken place for the 2018-19 Buckingham Senior Charity Cup.

First Round

Leighton Town v Unite MK

Buckingham Athletic v Daventry Town

 

Semi Finals

Leighton Town or Unite MK v Aylesbury

Buckingham Athletic or Daventry Town v Winslow United

Buckingham Junior Charity Cup: 2018-19 full draw

BUCKINGHAM JUNIOR CHARITY CUP
SEASON 2018 / 2019

FIRST ROUND

1. BUCKINGHAM UNITED v TWYFORD UNITED
TUESDAY 28th AUGUST

2. CHARLTON & DIST. V SILVERSTONE
THURSDAY 30th AUGUST

3. DEANSHANGER ATH. V PADBURY VILLAGE
TUESDAY 4th SEPTEMBER

4. TOWCESTER TOWN v ROADE
THURSDAY 6th SEPTEMBER

5. STEEPLE CLAYDON v BRACKLEY SPORTS
TUESDAY 11th SEPTEMBER

6. WING VILLAGE v GREAT HORWOOD
THURSDAY 13th SEPTEMBER

7. MIDDLETON CHENEY v CHASEWELL PARK
TUESDAY 18th SEPTEMBER

8. OLNEY v POTTERSPURY
THURSDAY 20th SEPTEMBER

MATCHES TO BE PLAYED AT STONY STRATFORD TOWN
KICK-OFF 7.30pm

 

SECOND ROUND

1.WINNERS OF 4 v WINNERS OF 7

2. WINNERS OF 2 v WINNERS OF 5

3. WINNERS OF 3 v WINNERS OF 6

4 WINNERS OF 8 v WINNERS OF 1

 

SEMI – FINAL

WINNERS OF 3 v WINNERS OF 2

WINNERS OF 4 v WINNERS OF 1

 

FRED TEW CUP FINAL

Played for between the two losing semi-finalists

JUNIOR CUP FINAL

Vasculitis benefits from Buckingham Charity Cup 2018/19

Sports Shots are delighted to announce that two of the clubs we cover have already confirmed their participation in the forthcoming Buckingham Charity Cup 2018/19 campaign, and after contacting us for our chosen charity of choice, we have nominated Vasculitis UK for both clubs.

For anyone unfamiliar with Vasculitis, all your questions are answered here:  http://www.vasculitis.org.uk/about-vasculitis/what-is-vasculitis

Our most recent donations were made to our other chosen charity Macmillan Cancer Support, therefore we have directed both clubs towards Vasculitis for their cup campaigns.

Sports Shots would like to thank both clubs and everyone who has been involved in this incredibly kind gesture, and wish both clubs the best of luck in the competition.

To see Sports Shots coverage of the Buckingham Charity Cup follow this link: http://sportsshots.org.uk/?cat=27

BCC; Buckingham Athletic 0-2 Daventry Town

Buckingham Athletic – 0

Daventry Town – 2

Buckingham Athletic put up a brave performance against higher level opponents Daventry Town on Sunday in the Buckingham Charity Cup Final but were undone in the first half by two goals in Mark Carter’s final game in charge at Stratford Fields. They had chances to get back in the game, Robbie Carter hit the crossbar late on, but Daventry always looked a threat going forward and saw the game out to lift the trophy on a warm & sunny afternoon.

The hosts had the first chance at goal when a Ryan Marsden throw in found Chris Stapleton in the Town area, he turned and got a shot away but Daventry keeper Lustin Cerga gathered comfortably, whilst the visitor’s first effort saw Adam Confue seize on a poor pass out of the Athletic defence & drive forward ten yards before shooting however a covering defender got a touch on the ball to help deflect into Lewis Dench’s gloves.

The next Daventry attack saw a header away collected by wide man Adam Creaney who took a touch to control before firing wide of Dench’s left-hand post. On eighteen minutes a cross from Town front man Kieran Fitzgerald saw a touch from Athletic skipper Dan Staley wrong foot everyone and Jack Carter had to clear for a corner. Bleu McNeil crossed from the right and at the back post Creaney was at full stretch to head down but Dench was able to gather.

Athletic management for the last time

Confue then seized on a clearance from the Buckingham defence, pushing forward he powered a low drive narrowly wide, and Creaney curled in a great cross from the left touchline to the back post where running in Fitzgerald headed over. Athletic fought back with Robbie Carter down the right, he had a personal battle with his marker which he won, getting to the edge of the box he crossed into the middle but with no one forward the chance was wasted.

Daventry midfielder Tom McGowan got away into the Buckingham area and as he aimed to shoot Sam Olawale tracked back brilliantly to slide in and tackle, win the ball and clear upfield. But just as Buckingham looked comfortable containing their opponents, all their hard work was undone by two goals in the final sixteen minutes of the half.

On twenty-nine minutes a ball into the six-yard box evaded a couple of attempted clearances, played back in to Fitzgerald with back to goal he turned and slotted past Dench, then in the final minute a corner swung in and as a mass of bodies went up, the ball flew into the back of the net off Staley with some power. H/T: 0-2

Daventry having the upper hand continued to probe in the second half, Dean Lukeman pushing forward from full back managed to get some space but could only fire over the top, & some brief respite for the home side when a shot was cleared from the Daventry six-yard box was soon back up the other end, Fitzgerald about to shoot when a flailing boot managed to take off his toe and divert for a corner.

Robbie Carter hit bar late on

As the second half wore on a couple of substitutions breathed some new life into the home side, Rory Busby newly introduced laid off to Neil King to force a good save from Cerga down to his right, before Stapleton broke the Town offside trap and his acrobatic scissor kick deflected away for a corner. From the set piece Stapleton flicked on with his head and in front of goal Robbie Carter turned the ball onto the crossbar with the rebound cleared to safety.

Daventry came back with Creaney who from the right fired along the six-yard line to which Elliot Herbert got a touch, but a deflection took it away for a corner, their next cross found Confue at the back post where he had to stoop down low to get his head to the ball but could only loop over the top. Athletic tried again to get something back, a loose pass at the back for Daventry saw King go for goal from twenty yards but he got under it and lifted over the top.

Creaney then saw a cross come back off the crossbar for the away side, then with five minutes left Buckingham were close to setting up a dramatic finale when Stapleton climbed highest to meet a cross, he headed down but somehow Cerga got down to the foot of his near post to push away for a corner. In the final minute another Athletic free kick saw Carter flick on and wide, but by now the result was done & dusted. F/T: 0-2

Attendance: 104

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Presentations after the game: 
Sports Shots caught up with departing manager Mark Carter & skipper Dan Staley: 

For match photography, please click here: https://flic.kr/s/aHskBjjmb9

Buckingham Senior Charity Cup – Buckingham Athletic 0 Daventry Town 2

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