Archive for MK Robins Football Club

B&B Senior Trophy, 3R: Late Spence penalty sends Robins into the quarter finals of the county cup

Mason Spence’s 89th minute penalty gave MK Robins passage into the quarter finals of the Berks & Bucks, Senior Trophy.

Mason Spence

Spence calmly tucked away the late spot kick to secure victory over Winslow United at Manor Fields in this third round tie.

After the penalty was awarded, Kieron Schmidt saw red for the visitors.

SSMFL, D1C, 2R: First half goals take Winslow into the last eight

Three first half goals helped Winslow United go into the draw for the last eight of the Spartan South Midlands League, Division 1 Cup.

Simon King

United defeated MK Robins 3-1 at Elmfields Gate on Tuesday (5th November) evening.

Simon King fired Winslow in front before Sean Coles doubled the home side’s advantage.

King was again on target as he took United in three goals ahead at the break.

Vinny Shrieves pulled a goal back for the MK Robins as he scored against his old club.

MK Robins were reduced to ten men when goalkeeper Andrew McIntosh received a straight red.

The two sides go head-to-head again this Saturday when they face each other in the Berks & Bucks Senior Trophy at the MK Irish Centre, Manor Fields.

THANKS to Pud Rowe for the updates.

Buildbase FA Vase,2R: Robins host big Vase clash after marathon penalty shootout win

MK Robins will host a big Buildbase FA Vase tie on Saturday after coming through a marathon penalty shootout on Tuesday night.

Alex Filip

Terry Shrieves’ side is fighting on all fronts after a successful couple of months, with Eynesbury Rovers the latest visitors in the prestigious Buildbase FA Vase, second round tomorrow.

The Robins progressed past St Panteleimon after winning a marathon penalty shootout 14-13 in the Spartan South Midlands League, Challenge Trophy.

St Panteleimon led for a long time in the Trophy clash, even after being down to ten men after a player was sent off.

Alex Filip equalised in the seventh minute of injury time to send the game to penalties, which took time, before Tom Oldfield fired in the winning spot kick.

 

SSMFL,CT,2R: Robins to welcome undefeated leaders for Tuesday night Challenge Cup clash

MK Robins play host to St Panteleimon in the Spartan South Midlands League, Challenge Trophy, 2nd Round on Tuesday (29th October) evening, 7.45pm.

Liam_Symth

The tie will be a tough game for the Robins as their opponents are currently unbeaten at the top of Division 1 this season.

The winners will face Codicote in the third round.

 

SSMFL,D1: Spence double & Shrieves give MK Robins away Langford success

Mason Spence struck a double and George Shrieves was on target as MK Robins eased to a 3-0 victory at Langford this afternoon (Saturday).

Mason Spence

Terry Shrieves saw his side take a 34th minute lead as Spence headed in Rob Macdonald’s free kick.

The Robins extended their lead just four minutes before half time. George Shrieves took full advantage of the confusion as an offside flag from the referee’s assistant was over-ruled. The Robins man planted the ball past a static goalkeeper for his eleventh of the campaign.

George Shrieves

With three minutes of normal time remaining, substitute Jamie Sylvester produced an excellent piece of play to set up Spence for his second, the Robins’ third and three points.

Shrieves side are now back up to seventh, just one point off of third place.

The Robins have four massive games in their fixture calendar coming up next.

On Tuesday the undefeated league leaders St Panteleimon visit Manor Fields (7.45pm) in the Challenge Trophy, before they host Eynesbury Rovers in the second round of the FA Vase next Saturday (2nd November). They then face Winslow United twice as they head to Elmfields Gate in the league’s Division 1 Cup on Tuesday 5th November (7.45pm) before hosting George Tomlin’s side in the Berks & Bucks Senior Trophy, 3rd Round on Saturday 9th November.

SSMFL D1 Cup 2R: Winslow walkover sets up exciting MK Robins tie + full draw

Winslow United will face MK Robins in a mouth-watering Spartan South Midlands League, Division 1 Cup, second round clash on Tuesday 5th November, 7.45pm.

Winslow United v MK Robins

George Tomlin’s side have been awarded a walkover after Wodson Park, their scheduled opponents in the cup’s first round on Tuesday (22nd), sadly folded.

The Robins reached the second round with a convincing 6-0 win at FC Broxbourne Borough with Mason Spence grabbing a hat-trick, Jamie Sylvester netting twice and a Jack Clarkson strike.

Mason Spence

On the same night, Buckingham Athletic will entertain Rayners Lane, while Ampthill Town make up the draw when they play eight days later against Stotfold.

The other ties in Round 2:

Tuesday 5th November 2019:

Amersham Town v London Tigers

Bedford v London Lions

Buckingham Athletic v Rayners Lane

Enfield Borough v Brimsdown

Hillingdon Borough v Park View

 

Wednesday 6th November 2019:

New Salamis v St Panteleimon

 

Tuesday 12th November 2019:

Ampthill Town v Stotfold

 

MATCH HIGHLIGHTS B&B Senior Trophy 2R: Buckingham United 1 MK Robins 3

B&B Senior Trophy, 2R: Robins extend unbeaten run to 13, which is unlucky for United

MK Robins extended their unbeaten run to thirteen games as they defeated Buckingham United on Saturday.

Buckingham United v MK Robins – Saturday 19th October 2019

The Berks & Bucks Senior Trophy, 2nd round tie was played on an outstanding surface at Lace Hill as United showcased arguably their biggest game in the club’s history. The ground has evolved and now has railings around the pitch with two dugouts also added since last season.

Goals from Mason Spence and Wes Iroegbu in the first half took the Robins in ahead at the break.

It was game on as Adewale Odatolu scored the goal of the game to reduce the arrears for United.

Substitute Vinny Shrieves latched onto a pass into the box from brother George before taking a touch a drilling home.

Despite the Robins win, George Zammit produced an eye-catching display in the United goal.

See the goals below as captured by Sports Shots Videographer Luke Stafford.

B&B Senior Trophy 2R: United host Robins in county cup tie

Buckingham United will host MK Robins in the Berks & Bucks Senior Trophy, 2nd Round at Lace Hill on Saturday afternoon.

The game will be a tough clash for the United side who come up against their in-form opponents. The 6-0 win at Broxbourne Borough on Tuesday evening saw Terry Shrieves take his side to twelve games unbeaten.

See the highlights below from our good friends at The Cold End – well worth a follow on Twitter.

Buckingham United have put the following out across their social media platforms:

We are expecting a larger crowd than normal tomorrow and car parking at the ground is limited. Please park sensibly and in mind of other centre users and residents.

Lace Hill Sports and Community Centre
Catchpin Street
Buckingham
Bucks
MK18 7RR

The Tea Room will be open from 2:30pm

Sports Shots will be present to cover the game with video match highlights and images.

Buildbase FA Vase 1R: MK Robins flying after causing Vase upset

MK Robins produced an excellent display as they caused a Buildbase FA Vase upset.

Alex Filip

Terry Shrieves saw his side return from step 5 Essex Senior League, Premier Division outfit Hadley with a 2-0 victory.

Alex Filip’s defected effort gave the Robins a first half lead at the break.

Owusu Kyeremateng produced a stunning double save to keep the visiting Robins ahead minutes into the second period.

With six minutes remaining, George Shrieves lobbed the goalkeeper to give his side a two-goal advantage.

George Shrieves

Within a minute Shrieves was played in again and the home side’s central defender brought him down. He was subsequently sent off for being the last man.

Two minutes later, another Hadley player picked up a second yellow and the home side were reduced to nine players.

The final whistle blew to see the Robins go into the second round draw.