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Buildbase FAV: MK Robins progress with Vase victory

MK Robins came from behind to progress into the next round of the Buildbase FA Vase today.

George Shrieves

After conceding a seventh minute goal to Fleet Spurs at the MK Irish Centre, Terry Shrieves saw his side bounce back.

On 21 minutes the Robins were level as Rob Macdonald fired home.

Six minutes before half time George Shrieves centre was scuffed by the visiting defender and Jamie Sylvester was on hand to slot home from eight yards out to put the Robins in front.

Shrieves then made it three from a free kick  – see below.

Sylvester made it four on 71 minutes as he scored with a scissor-kick shot.

SSMFL,D1: Ten-man Robins fight back for point to go four unbeaten

MK Robins showed good character as there ten men came from behind to earn a point against FC Broxbourne Borough at the MK Irish Centre on Saturday.

The home side were losing before goalkeeper Jack Taylor received a red card for being adjudge to raising a hand during the break.

Debutant Mason Spence converted from the penalty spot to level the Spartan South Midlands League, Division 1 clash.

The result gives the Robins a point which takes them tenth and extends their run to four unbeaten.

1. Jack Taylor 2. Luke Gardner 3. Callum Williams 4. Hateley Mercer 5. Scott Dummett 6. Alex Filip 7. Mason Spence 8. George Shrieves 9. Vinny Shrieves 10. Jamie Atkins 11. Rob Macdonald (C)

12. Shane Uings 14. Enoch Sare 15. Ryan Coyle 16. Liam Murphy

SSMFL, CT: MK Robins 7 – Oxhey Jets 4 – Vinny Shrieves 5!

Vinny Shrieves scored five times as MK Robins progressed through into the next round of the Spartan South Midlands League, Challenge Trophy hitting seven goals in the process.

Vinny Shrieves

The Robins defeated Oxhey Jets 7-4 in a goalfest at the MK Irish Centre on Tuesday evening.

Shrieves scored his first after following up a Jamie Atkins effort that was well saved.

George Shrieves broke down the left before drilling a ball into the path of Rob Macdonald, who slotted home.

Jordan Spruce produced a great assist to play George Shrieves in for goal number three.

A defensive error saw Vinny Shrieves pounce to add his second, the Robins’ fourth.

Spruce was the creator again as he set-up Vinny Shrieves for a first half treble and five goal lead.

Oxhey Jets scored just before the break and came out fighting in the second period.

Vinny Shrieves bagged two more as the Jets scored another three times but it was the Robins who progress into the next round.

MK Robins

1. Owusu Kyeremateng 2. Liam Murphy 3. Callum Williamson 4. Scott Dummett 5. Tom Oldfield 6. Alex Filip 7. Rob McDonald 8. George Shrieves 9. Vinny Shrieves 10. Jordan Spruce 11. Jamie Atkins.

12. Luke Gardner 14. Enoch Sare 16. Hateley Mercer 17. Jack Clarkson 18. Matt Cunningham

 

SSMFL, D1: MK Robins fire back-to-back wins with Wodson success

MK Robins made it back-to-back wins as they defeated Wodson Park 3-2 at the MK Irish Centre this afternoon.

Vinny Shrieves

Vinny Shrieves headed in Jordan Spruce’s left-sided free kick to put the Robins in front.

Wodson Park levelled on 35 minutes to take the teams in level at the break.

The Robins then produced a double whammy in just three minutes to put them in control.

Spruce smashed in a 35-yard screamer on 59 minutes before George Shrieves curled in a free kick from the edge of the area just two minutes later.

George Shrieves

The visitors pulled a goal back but it was the Robins took the points to go up to tenth in the division.

MK Robins
1. Jack Taylor 2. Liam Murphy 3. Callum Williams 4. Scott Dummett 5. Tom Oldfield 6. Alex Filip 7. Rob McDonald 8. Jack Clarkson 9. Vincent Shrieves 10. George Shrieves 11. Jordan Spruce

12. Luke Gardner 14. Enoch Sare 15. Matt Cunningham 16. Jamie Atkins 17. Lea Coulter

SSMFL,D1: Coulter previews MK Robins home clash with Wodson Park

MK Robins coach Lea Coulter wants MK Robins to build on their first win of the season when Wodson Park visit on Saturday afternoon.

Lea Coulter – MK Robins coach

After defeats in their opening two games, the Robins bounced back as they returned from New Salamis with maximum points, their first of the campaign.

Coulter said:

We worked hard and battled well for 90 minutes and took our chances against a very good team that will be up there come end of the season. Coming off the back of two heavy defeats it was important to get something out this game and kick start the season, and that is what the lads did.

Wodson Park visit the MK Irish Centre on Saturday.

This weekend is just another game that we will look to win. They beat us twice last season in back-to-back games in the league. So for me, I would love a good performance and 3 points, as I do every week, but this one will be that bit sweeter. No important news just a couple of lads back off holiday that will make the squad stronger and more competitive.

Manager Terry Shrieves has secured the services of a new man between the sticks.

Jack Taylor

We have no new signings this week, just goalkeeper Jack Taylor who joined last week from Newport Pagnell. He did very well in his first game last Saturday.

In closing, Coulter kindly thanked Sports Shots.

I would also like to say what a good job Sports Shots do and how much it helps promote non-league football in Buckinghamshire.

The fixture with Wodson Park on Saturday starts a run of three home games for the Robins.

Manor Fields

Oxhey Jets visit on Tuesday evening (7.45pm) in the League Challenge Trophy, with FC Broxbourne Borough due next Saturday (24th August).

SSMFL, D1: MK Robins secure first victory of the season

MK Robins have secured their first victory of the season.

George Shrieves

Terry Shrieves saw his side leave New Salamis with maximum points thanks to goals from George Shrieves and Alex Filip.

George Shrieves put the visitors ahead with a free-kick from just outside the box – see below via the Robins Twitter feed.

New Salamis levelled from the penalty spot after a handball in the area.

Alex Filip

The Robins bagged the winner after a great delivery from Rob Macdonald saw Alex Filip nod home after Hateley Mercer’s effort smashed off the bar.

MK Robins:
1. Jack Taylor 2. Liam Murphy 3. Callum Williams 4. Alex Filip 5. Tom Oldfield (C) 6. Hateley Mercer 7. Rob Macdonald 8. Jordan Spruce 9. Vinny Shrieves 10. George Shrieves 11. Jack Clarkson.

12. Shane Uings 14. Jamie Atkins 15. Matt Cunningham
GK. Michael Flint 16. Lea Coulter

Fixture changes to South Midlands Division One

The Spartan South Midlands have advised of some fixture changes ahead of the new season as follows:

Changes made following the new venue for London Tigers this season (at Amersham Town FC).

Sunday fixtures (3.00pm kick off unless otherwise agreed by the clubs)

Saturday 24th August – Kick Off 3.00pm

DIVISION ONE

London Tigers v St Panteleimon

New Date: Saturday 25th April with the St Panteleimon v London Tigers game now Saturday 24th August

 

Saturday 31st August – Kick Off 3.00pm

DIVISION ONE

London Tigers v Milton Keynes Robins FC

New Date: Sunday 1st September

 

Saturday 28th September – Kick Off 3.00pm

DIVISION ONE

London Tigers v Enfield Borough

New Date: Sunday 29th September

 

Saturday 26th October – Kick Off 3.00pm

DIVISION ONE

London Tigers v Hillingdon Borough

New Date: Saturday 22nd February with the Hillingdon Borough v London Tigers game now Saturday 26th October

 

Saturday 23rd November – Kick Off 3.00pm

DIVISION ONE

London Tigers v Stotfold

New Date: Sunday 24th November

 

Saturday 7th December – Kick Off 3.00pm

DIVISION ONE

London Tigers v Shefford Town & Campton

New Date: Sunday 8th December

 

Saturday 8th February – Kick Off 3.00pm

DIVISION ONE

London Tigers v Ampthill Town

New Date: Saturday 30th November with the Ampthill Town v London Tigers game now Saturday 8th February

 

Saturday 29th February – Kick Off 3.00pm

DIVISION ONE

London Tigers v Winslow United

New Date: Saturday 4th January

 

Saturday 21st March – Kick Off 3.00pm

DIVISION ONE

London Tigers v Langford

New Date: Saturday 2nd November with the Langford v London Tigers game now Saturday 21st March

 

Saturday 4th April – Kick Off 3.00pm

DIVISION ONE

London Tigers v Bedford

New Date: Saturday 19th October with the Bedford v London Tigers game now Saturday 4th April

 

Monday 13th April – Kick Off 3.00pm

DIVISION ONE

London Tigers v Park View

New Date: Saturday 11th April

 

Saturday 18th April – Kick Off 3.00pm

DIVISION ONE

London Tigers v Rayners Lane

New Date: Saturday 17th August with the Rayners Lane v London Tigers game now Saturday 18th April

SSMFL D1: Clarkson hits treble as Robins smash in six in away victory

Jack Clarkson struck a treble as Milton Keynes Robins eased to a 6-2 victory at Brimsdown in the Spartan South Midlands League, division 1 on Saturday afternoon.

The Robins were level when Uings played a ball over the top, a mix up at the back between the Brimsdown keeper and centre back left Clarkson with an empty net to slot into.

The away side were soon ahead; Uings again played a ball over the top, the Brimsdown keeper missed his clearance leaving Clarkson another empty net to score into.

Clarkson wrapped up his hat-trick as yet another Uings ball over the top is miskicked by the Brimsdown keeper straight to the Robins striker, who made no mistake.

Moments after the restart, Brimsdown pulled a goal back to make it 2-3.

Uings free kick found Marius, who drilled a low cross. The Brimsdown keeper stopped the initial cross, but Judickas fired in the Robins’ fourth.

Kelvin Osei-Addo lobbed the goalkeeper to extend the Robins lead after another through ball from Uings.

The Robins wrapped up the scoring with their sixth when Marius picked the ball up inside the box and bent it into the far top corner from 18 yards.

MK Robins:

1. McIntosh
2. Coyle
3. Gardner
4. Uings
5. Dummett
6. Dowling
7. Judickas
8. Osei-Addo
9. Clarkson
10. Marius
11. Watts
Subs: 12. Muya 14. Reddin.
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SSMFL D1; Milton Keynes Robins explain all on BBC 3CR

Milton Keynes Robins manager Terry Shrieves spent some time on BBC 3 Counties non-league show on Monday evening to explain the story behind the clubs demise, move to MK and subsequent mid-season name change.

Click on this link and then scroll forward to 49 mins 10 seconds to listen in: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/p06xhnbn

SSMFL D1; Buckingham Athletic 2-2 Buckingham Town

Buckingham Athletic – 2

Buckingham Town – 2

29.12.2018

The final ever Buckingham derby saw the two sides share the points however the home side were devastated by a penalty two minutes from time which gave the Milton Keynes side the chance to level, and Kelvin Osei-Addo who had scored after just nine seconds of the contest was more than content to double his tally for the afternoon and snatch a late draw that the Town second half performance warranted, all after being down to ten men for the entire second half. With the visitor’s changing their name to Milton Keynes Borough from the New Year, they entered the field of play in their new bright yellow kit with their new club badge proudly showing off their new title, and their early opener rocked their hosts, but Athletic fought back and were ahead by the break courtesy of two set pieces that went straight in, they then held out against the ten men where they had to defend for the majority of the second period, but were undone by that last gasp spot kick.

Any pre-match team talks from the Athletic manager Neil Griffiths were out of the window from the start, the away side took the kick-off and sent the ball down field where defender Robert Tapp looked to have everything under control, but he slipped and in a split second Osei-Addo was on it and unleashed an unstoppable drive that flew over Josh McAdoo in the home goal and into the top corner. The hosts almost fought back immediately when Robbie Carter was released down the left flank, he skipped past a challenge & drove into the box where his initial shot was blocked, a follow up was also blocked before eventually the danger was cleared.

Carter was soon making a nuisance of himself down the opposite side, a ball across the six-yard box saw Kevin Owusu and Rob MacDonald inches away from connecting but again it rolled to safety, Owusu then centred a perfect cross into MacDonald whose diving header looked in until it came back off the base of the post and rolled out for a goal kick, he then almost turned provider as he flashed the ball across the goal face but it was an inch too high for the incoming Blessing Zulu, Owusu went close again collecting a pass outside the box before turning and firing over the crossbar of Town keeper Bobby White.

Rob MacDonald header came back off the post

Neil King found some space on the corner of the box and his cross found Owusu in the box however he timed his leap all wrong and just glanced the ball back to White, the inevitable equaliser then duly arrived with eleven minutes of the half remaining, Athletic won a corner which full back Nick Bines swung in from their right and the curling cross eluded everyone and nestled inside the far post. Town came straight back and a cross that was half cleared was met by Alex Marios and his low drive had McAdoo diving away to his left to gather, then on forty-one minutes the visitors were reduced to ten men when their skipper was sent off.

Robbie Carter went up with Scott Dummitt to challenge, both fell to the floor and the referee on the spot brandished a straight red card to the centre half, for what was later assumed to be for foul play. A minute of chaos ensued before King placed the ball and curled into the box, White appeared to have it covered but slipped and one bounce took into the far bottom corner to give the hosts the lead going into the break. H/T: 2-1

As so often happens in football, the team with the numerical advantage could not make it count in the second period, and instead were defending for long periods of the forty-five minutes, with the occasional foray forward looking to extend their slender lead. From the off Jack Clarkson got down the right channel and with options in the middle he opted to shoot, blazing high over the top, at the opposite end Robbie Carter did well on the edge of the eighteen-yard box twisting & turning before shooting, a block came in but rolled out to MacDonald who drove low towards the bottom left hand corner but inches wide of the upright.

Nick Bines scored direct from a corner

Another Athletic clearance found Sam Bearman some twenty-five yards out and his dipping drive had McAdoo at full stretch to tip over his crossbar, his side then won a free kick was which was lofted into the box and found Gabrielius Judickas with his back to goal, he managed to turn his marker but his shot deflected away for a corner, another move saw the ball played up to Judickas on the edge of the area where he managed to turn his defender but then just lifted high over the top. Town then went even closer when Osei-Addo to the right of goal forced McAdoo into a good save & the rebound fell to Marios who absolutely smashed across the open goal and just wide of the far post.

Then with just two minutes remaining Osei-Addo made a run into the box and a challenge took him down, despite the protests from the blue defence the official pointed to the spot, the front man picked himself up and levelled the scoreline, Ath then went closest in added time to a winner, a Bines free kick curled in was met by the head of King but under pressure he could only head over; a draw being the fairest outcome on the balance of play. F/T: 2-2

Attendance: 135

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After the match Sports Shots caught up with Athletic manager Neil Griffiths: 

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