Ex Canary watch, part 75

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Ex Canary watch, part 75

Post by Cat Daisy » Tue Feb 05, 2019 3:22 pm

Lucas didn't last long at Biggleswade - but scored for Bedford on Saturday

http://www.pitchero.com/clubs/bedfordto ... /1-3641079

where he has joined the un-prolific (for us) Jemale McKenzie-Lowe (as well as Callum).



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Re: Ex Canary watch, part 75

Post by anthony.brown » Mon Feb 11, 2019 8:43 am

Mason Spence and Connor Vincent on the Barton Rovers bench, as they drew 2-2 at AFC Dunstable. Connor got their equaliser from a penalty in the 88th minute. AFC's BJ Christie scored another brace and struck a post in a muscular local derby.

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Re: Ex Canary watch, part 75

Post by Cat Daisy » Mon Feb 18, 2019 5:37 pm

Kavan Cotter put in 90 minutes in midfield for Hemel Hempstead in their 3-3 draw at Dulwich on Saturday. Had one effort cleared off the line and didn't look out of his depth. Interesting that ex Dunstable Town striker Arel Amu also came on as a sub late in the game for The Tudors.

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Re: Ex Canary watch, part 75

Post by ClubComms » Wed Feb 20, 2019 9:57 am

Cat Daisy wrote:
Mon Feb 18, 2019 5:37 pm
Interesting that ex Dunstable Town striker Arel Amu also came on as a sub late in the game for The Tudors.
Arel Amu trialled for Hitchin in pre-season 2014-15, and scored in a 6-1 win against Oxhey Jets on 29th July 2014.
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Re: Ex Canary watch, part 75

Post by Cat Daisy » Wed Feb 27, 2019 10:06 pm

Not a great performance by Charlie Smith (or any of his team mates) as Hendon got thumped 4-0 by Gosport Borough on Saturday.

Three of the goals came after Gosport were reduced to ten men - the video of one of them has gone viral this week as a wayward headed clearance was thumped back from the halfway line!

https://www.portsmouth.co.uk/sport/foot ... -1-8823620

Charlie is back to playing at full back, having had a brief stay at Welwyn Garden City, while Lewis Toomey is also now at Hendon but didn't come off the bench.

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Re: Ex Canary watch, part 75

Post by anthony.brown » Thu Feb 28, 2019 11:23 am

Elliot Bailey got an early brace of goals for WGC on Tuesday evening. However, their defence fell apart in the second half as a strong Corby side won 5-2.

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Re: Ex Canary watch, part 75

Post by Geoff » Thu Mar 07, 2019 2:31 pm

Connor Vincent scored hat trick last night in 5-2 win against Corby.
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Re: Ex Canary watch, part 75

Post by Cat Daisy » Sun Apr 14, 2019 7:23 pm

Noah Chesmain and the rest of the Hungerford defence were overrun for 45 minutes by Dulwich Hamlet yesterday and are now in danger of heading back to Step 3 after losing 3-1 yesterday.

(In a parallel universe, we would never have let that two goal lead slip and we would be up there in the National League South. Bah!)

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Re: Ex Canary watch, part 75

Post by russell » Wed Apr 17, 2019 12:45 pm

Cat Daisy wrote:
Sun Apr 14, 2019 7:23 pm
Noah Chesmain and the rest of the Hungerford defence were overrun for 45 minutes by Dulwich Hamlet yesterday and are now in danger of heading back to Step 3 after losing 3-1 yesterday.

(In a parallel universe, we would never have let that two goal lead slip and we would be up there in the National League South. Bah!)
Noah is too good to stay at that level I suspect. Coincidentally Colin I was at another relegation threatened club in that league last night. Sadly Truro were pretty dire and lost 3-1 to a very aggressive Concord Rangers.

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Re: Ex Canary watch, part 75

Post by Cat Daisy » Wed Apr 17, 2019 3:58 pm

russell wrote:
Wed Apr 17, 2019 12:45 pm

Noah is too good to stay at that level I suspect. Coincidentally Colin I was at another relegation threatened club in that league last night. Sadly Truro were pretty dire and lost 3-1 to a very aggressive Concord Rangers.
He won't stay at Hungerford if they go down.

The Truro result did mean that Dulwich are mathematically safe. Hopefully someone else can fill the 3rd relegation berth given Truro's rough season off the pitch.

I think "aggressive" is a very good word for Concord (although "cynical thugs" are also good words for them). They play in the style of their manager who was not a pleasant player when at Brentford.

Meanwhile, another ex-Canary, Josh Coley, scored his first for Norwich's development side last week. Having seen him miss half a dozen 1 on 1s in one U19 match at the Arena, his turnaround has been pretty staggering. Well done to him.

https://www.canaries.co.uk/News/2019/ap ... post-boro/

And well done to Dunston UTS who romped to the Northern League title, although I think Dessie has been mostly an unused sub during the run-in.

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