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NB&DFL: Top of the table Olney too strong for Padbury Village

By Darren Stanger

PADBURY VILLAGE 2
Davies 81, 87

OLNEY 7
Waites 16,19,45,84
Ramsden 62,71
Viney 74

PADBURY VILLAGE
1. Sam Walker
2. Will Lee
3. Ben King
4. Clint Horne
5. Sebastian Boardman
6. Bill Hornby
7. Liam Moran
8. Matt Marsden
9. John Lynch
10. Phil Averill
11. Luke Davies
Subs
12. Johnny Moore
14. Craig Rumble
15. Ellis Jones
16. Tom Marshall
17. Joe Cooper

OLNEY
1. Robert Mungham
2. Matthew Broughton
3. Adam Broughton
4. Matt Day
5. Stephen Taylor
6. Sam Haslam
7. Ben Ramsden
8. Jake Stokes
9. Marlon Waites
10. Charlie Malcolm
11. Alex Smail
SUB
12. Matt Viney

Top-of-the-table Olney proved too strong for Padbury as they recorded a fine 7-2 victory thanks to four superbly taken goals from Marlon Waites, a double from Ben Ramsden and substitute Matt Viney scoring the goal of the game with a fine long range effort which flew into the top corner.

Padbury player-manager Craig Rumble had concerns before the game as he has been unable to field a regular squad in recent matches. New signing Ellis Jones was a named substitute for Padbury.

Olney dominated the game from the kick off with Marlon Waites and Charlie Malcolm working well together and Olney looking dangerous coming forward. Waites had a couple of opportunities to break the deadlock with a couple of headers that went wide of the post before finally scoring in the 16th minute when appeals for offside were turned down; Waites was able to capitalise and slotted the ball neatly past Sam Walker.

Waites scored again three minutes later when he was able to meet a superbly taken floating cross from the right and beat keeper Walker to the ball to head into the net.

Olney were well organised playing neat passing football. Ben Ramsden hit the crossbar and Alex Smail went narrowly wide with a superb diving header as Olney pressed hard to increase the lead.

Walker denied Waites a hat-trick in the 38th minute by pulling off a good diving save, however Waites sealed his hat trick just before half time when following a great through ball. He was able to outpace the Padbury defence and was able to fire the ball past Walker with a neat low finish to put Olney 3-0 up at half time.

Olney increased the lead to 4-0 in the 59th minute when Charlie Malcolm pin-point pass found Ben Ramsden who slotted the ball home.

Charlie Malcolm was denied a goal himself shortly afterwards when Walker pulled off a fine save as Olney continued to pile on the pressure.

Padbury’s Tom Marshall had an opportunity to pull a goal back following a great run from Luke Davies his cross found Marshall who shot narrowly wide.

Olney increased the lead in the 71st minute when Walker pulled off a fine point-black save from Marlon Watkins’ shot, however the loose ball found Ramsden who slotted in from close range.

Matt Viney made it 6-0 to Olney with a fine long range effort which sailed into the top corner.

With ten minutes left Padbury did create a few opportunities. Tom Marshall powerful effort forced a good save from Olney goalkeeper Robert Mungham.

Luke Davies pulled a goal back for Padbury scoring from close range before.

Olney’s Watkins scored his fourth with a fine individual solo effort to make it 7-1 to Olney.

Davies scored another consultation goal for Padbury hitting a superb volley from Liam Moran’s corner to make the final scoreline 7-2.

 

NB&DFL: Padbury Village suffer narrow home defeat to Stewkley Reserves

By Darren Stanger

PADBURY VILLAGE 0
STEWKLEY RESERVES 1
Aldis 74 mins

PADBURY VILLAGE
Sam Walker – Tom Clarke – Will Hornby -Seb Boardman – Kristan Woolley – Liam Moran – Sean Elmes-Matt Marsden – Johnny Moodie – Phil Averill – Ben King
Subs – Will Lee – Jamie Wickham- Craig Rumble – Pete McHenry

STEWKLEY RESERVES
Jamie Graham – Niall Wagner – Ashley Sharff- Adam Sargeant – Stuart Gallagher- Kev Ball – Brad Finch – Mark Aldis – Rob Myers – Joe Ellis – Rob Taylor
Subs – Ryan Irving – Nick Howell

Padbury Village suffered a 1-0 home defeat against Stewkley Reserves in an evenly balanced game which saw few goal scoring opportunities for either side. It was not until the fifteenth minute when Padbury’s Phil Averill had the first shot on goal in the game. After a good run which finally broke down the tight and well organised Stewkley defence Averill’s effort was hit straight at the Stewkley keeper Jamie Graham who punched the ball away to safety.

Stewkley’s only goal scoring opportunity of the first half occurred when Brad Finch chested the ball down neatly after a superb cross from Rob Taylor but his shot went over the bar.
Phil Averill forced a superb save from Stewkleys Jamie Graham. Liam Moran displayed some quick pace to catch Stewkley on the break. Moran’s pin point pass found Averill who was one on one with the keeper but his goalbound shot was superbly saved.
Johnny Moodie also had an effort saved from Walker after a good pass from Sean Elmes.

Stewkley started the second half in brighter fashion and Rob Taylor was causing some problems for the Padbury defence. Taylor’s dangerous cross into the box found Joe Ellis but was unable to make proper contact so his effort went wide. A couple of minutes later Rob Taylor’s clever pass found Brad Finch but his effort was easily saved by Sam Walker.

In the 52nd minute Stewkley were awarded a free kick outside of the 18 yard box but Brad Finch’s effort was saved by Walker.
Phil Averill was again denied by Graham, Sean Elmes pin point pass found Averill but his shot forced a great save from the Stewkley keeper.

Padbury had lots of possession but were finding it difficult to break down the well organised Stewkley defence.
Stewkley finally broke the deadlock in the 74th minute, Rob

Myers proved too strong in the 18 yard box as he held off a couple of Padbury defenders and his pass found Mark Aldis who fired his shot into the bottom right hand corner with a great finish past the despairing Walker.

Player manager Craig Rumble nearly equalised when his powerful header from Matt Marsden’s corner was superbly tipped over the bar by Graham.

Padbury despite working hard were unable to breakdown a well organised Stewkley side and the visitors came away with the three points.

MAN OF THE MATCH – Jamie Graham (Stewkley) The Stewkley keeper made some magnificent saves to deny Padbury the goal they much needed.

NB&DFL: Padbury looking to strengthen managerial team

Padbury Village Football Club seeks new additions to strengthen it’s managerial team

Padbury Village Football Club, with two teams in divisions 1 and 2 of the North Bucks League, are seeking people to assist with the management of their men’s adult teams for the coming season.

Anybody interested in assisting in a managerial role for Padbury Village FC is encouraged to contact the Chairman, Peter McHenry, petermchenry@hotmail.com, 07740930913, for further details.

NB&DFL: Moodie strike give Padbury win over title contenders

By Darren Stanger

Padbury Village sealed victory over title contenders Wing thanks to a superb late goal by Jonny Moodie.

Jonny Moodie

Jonny Moodie

In an evenly matched game played in wet and windy conditions both sides had chances to win the game.

However in the dying minutes of the game Moodie hit a spectacular winner when his superb strike just inside the 18 yard box sealed victory.

NB&DFL: Padbury unable to reach Division One final as they crash out in eleven-goal thriller to Willen

PADBURY VILLAGE 4
Moran 7, 31
Cooney 26
Cooper 87

WILLEN 7
Rayner 19,44
Worcester 21
Guinnane 57,89
Howett 59
Wing 88

Padbury Village crashed out of the Division One cup in an eleven goal thriller against a strong Willen side.

Liam Moran gave Padbury the perfect start with a superb goal when his powerful strike from outside the 18 yard box beat Willen goalkeeper James Green.

This gave Padbury more confidence as they looked more dangerous coming forward with Johnny Moodie and Phil Averill causing problems for the Willen defence as they dominated the first quarter of the game.

Willen, against the run of play, equalised with a neat move. Lee Worcester pin point pass found Ryan Guinnane, who put in a dangerous low cross from the left which was able to find Tom Rayner who poked in at the near post.

Willen then went ahead a couple of minutes later through Lee Worcester as he capitalised on a defensive error and hit the loose ball home.

However Padbury soon hit back with a tremendous equaliser. Phil Averill was brought down just outside the 18 yard box. Bobby Cooney stepped up and his free kick sailed into the top corner leaving keeper Green with no chance.

In the 31st minute Padbury regained the lead when Bobby Cooney’s cross found Liam Moran who hit a superb finish.

Luke Davis could have increased Padburys lead when he seized on a defensive error but his finish was superbly cleared off the line by Tom Rayner.

Willen did look dangerous going forward.

Ricky McAdam good through ball found the quick Ryan Guinnane but his effort went just wide of the post.

However just before half time Willen equalised with a good free kick from Tom Rayner which beat Alex Piggott in the Padbury goal.

Padbury had the first opportunity in the second half, Craig Rumble was fouled just outside the box. Bobby Cooney free kick was superbly saved by James Green who tipped the ball wide of the post.

Willen had other ideas and took the lead in the 57th minute when Ryan Guinnane headed in unchallenged from Tom Rayner’s corner.

Danny Howett extended the lead a couple of minutes later when he poked in from close range from a good long ball into the box.

Ricky McAdam could have extended Willen’s lead even further after a great pass by Guinnane but his effort was superbly saved by Piggott.

Padbury worked hard and tried to regain their composure to get back into the game.

With only three minutes to go Padbury got a goal back, Matt Marsden free kick into the box found Liam Moran whose header was saved by Green, however Joe Cooper was able to pounce on the loose ball to poke the ball in from close range to give Padbury some hope.

Willen pressed forward, Danny Wing lob over the keeper made it 6-4 to Willen and seal victory. Ryan Guinnane then scored with a neat finish in the dying seconds of the game to send Willen to the final.

PADBURY VILLAGE
Piggott, Clark, D Rumble, C Rumble, Cooper, Moran, Moodie, Cooney, Carr, Averill, Davis
Subs – Smith, Mayer, Wheway, Solera, Marsden

WILLEN
Green, Rayner, Williams, Farmer, Howett, Worcester, Pinnock, O’Connell, McAdam, Guinnane, Selleck
Subs – Crussell, Nevin, Williams, Howkins, Wing

NB&DFL: Towcester reserves go through to next round by Daz Stanger

By Darren Stanger

PADBURY VILLAGE RESERVES 0

TOWCESTER TOWN RESERVES 6
Garrett 49
Farr 73, 75
Shaw 82
Rush 86
Own goal 89

Towcester Town Reserves proved too strong for Padbury Village Reserves as they comfortably cruised into the next round by scoring six second half goals.

Padbury Village Reserves were missing a couple of key players but put on a brave performance until the deadlock was broken just three minutes into the second half.

With the scheduled referee not being able to attend, Towcester manager Darren Smith kindly volunteered to officiate the game.

In cold but sunny conditions Towcester Town dominated the early stages of the first half.

Ian Rush had an opportunity to give Towcester the lead in the first minute but his effort went over the bar.

Left wing Dave Scanlon was giving problems for the Padbury defence with some dangerous crosses into the box.

Sam Porter also had a great opportunity to break the deadlock when he was able to lob Padbury keeper Tom Langley but his effort went just wide of the post.

Matt Farr hit the side netting and Gareth Collins shot wide following another good cross from Dave Scanlon.

Andy Smith also hit the crossbar with a superb long range effort.

Somehow Padbury were able to keep the Towcester attack at bay and defended bravely. Will Lee and player-manager Paul Cooper were having a solid game at the back and the Padbury players were working hard against a far stronger side.

In the 24th minute Padbury’s Jamie Doyle attempted a long range effort which was easily gathered by keeper James Barber.

Ian Rush had a couple of opportunities to give Towcester the lead but went wide or over the bar.

Jack Shaw also had a long range effort which went narrowly wide.

Langley was able to save Andy Smith’s long range effort and Adam Garrett’s flying header from a dangerous corner into the box hit the crossbar as the game reached 0-0 at half time.

Towcester started the second half in the same fashion, some brave defending by Harry Mayer and keeper Tom Langley they were able to block Matt Farr’s effort.

It seems Padbury were able to keep Towcester at bay which frustrated some of their players but finally in the 49th minute the deadlock was finally broken.

Dave Scanlon corner into the box was poked home by Adam Garrett.

James Watts could have equalised for Padbury following Dominic Wheway’s corner into the box but headed well wide of the post.

In the 59th minute Jack Shaw fine long range effort hit the post which rebounded to Ian Rush but his follow up was superbly saved by Langley.

Ted Brown, Ian Rush and Bruce Goodridge all tried long range efforts which went wide of the post or over the bar.

With twenty minutes to go Padbury were still in the game.

Dominic Wheway nearly gave Padbury an equaliser when his effort from James Watts cross went wide of the post.

However Matt Farr was able to put Towcester two up when he lobbed Langley with a neat finish.

A couple of minutes later Matt Farr increased the lead even further to put the game out of Padbury’s reach when he slotted the ball into the corner of the net following a good pass by Jack Shaw.

Jack Shaw turned from provider to scorer in the 82nd minute when his long range effort beat Langley and sailed into the top corner.

Charlie Lambrini and James Watts had a couple of shots on goal to test keeper Barber.

In the 86th minute Rush was able to poke in from close range to make it five.

A mix up between defence and keeper in the final seconds made it 6-0.

Padbury Village Reserves
1. Tom Langley
2. Harry Mayer
3. Will Lee
4. Paul Cooper
5. James Watts
6. Harry Tribe
7. Matt Thatcher
8. Jamie Doyle
9. Charlie Lambrini
10. Anthony Weight
11. Dominic Wheway
Subs
14. Pete McHenry
15. James Fedoriw

Towcester Town Reserves
1. James Barber
2. Gareth Collins
3. Luke Hancock
4. Jack Shaw
5. Adam Garrett
6. Nick Hancock
7. Matt Farr
8. Andy Smith
9. Ian Rush
10 Sam Porter
11 Dave Scanlon
Subs
12. Bruce Goodridge
17. Ted Brown

NB&DFL: Wing fly high as Padbury Reserves are defeated at home

 

By Daz Stanger

PADBURY VILLAGE RESERVES 2
Chappell 14, 64

WING 6
Leotta 12
White 35, 47
Simmons 51
Oxley 55
Ahern 60

Wing sealed a 6-2 away victory at Padbury thanks to a four-goal blitz early in the second half.

With cold and windy conditions at Padbury ,Wing started the game the stronger side with Leotta and White having early opportunities to breaking the deadlock.

Leotta however gave Wing the lead in the twelfth minute when he was able to pounce in from the six yard box after Marshall fumbled a tricky cross into the area.

Padbury soon levelled. Matthew Thatcher’s surging run into the box, saw his precise pass find Dan Chappell who equalised with a neat finish.

Thatcher had an opportunity to give Padbury the lead but his effort went just wide.

Wing could have taken the lead but Dean Griffiths forced a good save from Jason Marshall at close range.

Lee Ahern also had a testing low long range shot saved by Marshall.

Dan Chappell had a long range looping effort for Padbury which tested the Wing goalkeeper Luke Reynold (who was dressed as Spider-Man in the Wing goal).

The dangerous Jack White forced a superb double save from Marshall as Wing looked the more dangerous side coming forward.

From the resulting corner White volleyed in from close range to give Wing the lead in the 35th minute.

Dean Griffiths and Jamie Goodyear had opportunities to increase the lead for Wing just before half time.

The second half Wing started in explosive fashion which caught Padbury cold.

Jamie Davies pass to Aurelio Loetta went just wide.

However Jack White increased the lead when he lobbed Marshall from close range.

White then turned to be a provider when his dangerous cross provided a neat finish by Alex Simmons to make it 4-1.

Ben Oxley long range shot hit the underside of the crossbar and deflected off the keeper to make it 5-1.

It looked like any luck was not going Padbury’s way. To make matters worse keeper Jason Marshall went off injured.

Replacement Adam Bray was soon called into action. Jack White’s long range cross was met by Ahern to make it 6-1 in just the 60th minute.

Oxley has another long range effort which was saved by Bray. Padbury did not give up and Will Lee had a long range effort that was saved by Reynold.

Dan Chappell scored a consolation for Padbury with a neat finish. Wing’s Alex Simmons had an effort which forced a good save from Bray with his feet and Dan Chappell could have scored a hat trick for Padbury but his effort went just wide. Chappell then created a chance for Matt Thatcher but this forced a save from Reynold.

Matt Thatcher also had a bicycle kick effort which was easily saved by Reynold following a neat cross by player manager Paul Cooper.

Chappell had another couple of opportunities for Padbury as they bravely tried to reduce the deficit but Wing proved too strong and the match finished 6-2.

Padbury Village Reserves

1. Jason Marshall
2. James Fedoroiw
3. Karl Sear
4. Harry Mayer
5. Will Lee
6. Matt Thatcher
7. George Smith
8. Darren Russell
9. Dan Chappell
10. Jamie Doyle
11. Dominic Wheway
Subs
12 Adam Bray
14 Harry Tribe
15 Charlie Lambrini
16 Anthony Weight
17. Paul Cooper (Manager)

Wing

1. Luke Reynold
2. Paul Foley
3. Dom Masarla
4. Jamie Davies
5. Ben Oxley
6. Jamie Goodyear
7. Jack White
8. Alex Simmons
9. Lee Ahern
10. Dean Griffiths
11. Aurelio Leotta

Subs

Jake Chapman
Mark Bradding
Scott Round
Ryan Maylett
Martin Stephen

NB&DFL: Howkins & Marsden help ease Padbury to away victory

By Daz Stanger

University of Buckingham 0

Padbury Village 2
Howkins 5 mins
Marsden 27 mins

University of Buckingham

1. Michael Millbrook
2. Hafiz Bobboi
3. Charlie Parry
15. Iona Oye
5. Ashtush Roopun
6. Lars Hanito
7. Richard Agbasso
8. Simon Hodgson
9. Ian Windas
10. Akinbiyi Tobiloba
11. Ririo Oshima

Subs
12. Josh Hubiekpahor
13. Denzel Bazard
16. Roger Hinnis

Padbury Village FC

1. Alex Piggott
2. Craig Rumble
3. Tom Clark
4. James Watts
5. Craig Howkins
6. Matt Marsden
7. Johnny Moodie
8. Liam Moran
9. Damien Rumble
10. Phil Averill
11. Luke Davis

Subs
12. Sean Elmes
14. Neil Walker

Padbury Village bounced back from their 8-0 defeat by Potterspury by cruising to a 2-0 victory over the University of Buckingham.

Padbury took the lead in just the fifth minute. Matt Marsden’s long free kick into that box was headed in by Craig Howkins, who beat the keeper Millbrook to the ball.

Alex Piggott saved a shot from Ririo Oshima with his legs a minute later but nobody was unable to follow up.

Padbury had a goal disallowed in the 23rd minute when Luke Davis header was ruled offside from Craig Rumble’s free kick.

Akinbiyi Tobilola had the chance to equalise for the University from a long pass which split the Padbury defence but shot wide.

In the 27th minute Padbury went 2-0 up when Luke Davis was fouled outside the 18 yard box after good work from Phil Averill. Matt Marsden stepped up and his shot beat the wall and keeper to double the lead.

Craig Howkins

Craig Howkins

 

Padbury looked in full control and looked set to score more.

However the University did get back into the game with Ian Windas and Ririo Oshima causing some minor problems for the Padbury defence but they were unable to find the final touches to cause any problems for Alex Piggott.

In the 44th minute Johnny Moodies effort was parried by Millbrook and Moran blasted over.

The second half was quieter than the first. Matt Marsden volley from Phil Averill’s cross was saved by the keeper as was Craig Rumble’s header from Matt Marsden corner.

Both Damien Rumble and Johnny Moodie went off injured.

Phil Averill and Luke Davies had chances to increase Padbury’s lead but in the end 2-0 was enough to give the visitors the victory.

BJCC: Goals, goals, goals as Padbury and ‘Pury win to set up quarter-final tie

Padbury Village and Potterspury were among the goals as both teams progressed through to set up a Buckingham Junior Charity Cup, quarter-final tie against each other.

The tie will be played at Buckingham Athletic on Monday 12th October.

Matt Marsden scored from the spot and a free kick, Luke Davies and Phil Avil also grabbed a brace each, while Sean Elmes and Craig Howkins were also on the scoresheet for Padbury as they ran out 8-3 winners over the University of Buckingham on Monday evening.

Matt Marsden

Matt Marsden

Last night the holders Potterspury defeated Steeple Claydon 6-0.

FIRST ROUND

1. Towcester Town BYE

2. Great Horwood 2-1(AET) Brackley Sports
Monday 7th September

3. Charlton & District 0-5 Stewkley
Wednesday 9th September

4. Silverstone 3-2 Brackley Old Boys
Monday 14th September

5. Steeple Claydon 0-6 Potterspury
Wednesday 16th September

6. Yardley Gobion w/o Syresham
Monday 21st September

7. University of Buckingham 3-8 Padbury Village
Monday 28th September

8. Twyford BYE

QUARTER FINALS

1. Great Horwood v Yardley Gobion
TBA

2. Potterspury v Padbury Village
Monday 12th October

3. Twyford United v Towcester Town
Wednesday 7th October

4. Stewkley v Silverstone
Wednesday 14th October

SEMI FINALS

Winner of 2 v Winner of 1

Winner of 3 v Winner of 4

FINALS

Buckingham Junior Charity Cup Final

Fred Tew Final
(Losing Semi-finalists)

BJCC 1st Rd: Padbury take on Uni tonight

Padbury will play the University of Buckingham in the 1st round of the Buckingham Junior Charity Cup tonight.

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The game at Buckingham Athletic’s Stratford Fields ground will kick off at 7.30pm.