Round Up Sat 26 September

By Admin ccl

from John Porter

Premier Division
Ascot United remain at the top of the league, despite losing 3-0 at third-placed Hanworth Villa with
Brandon Brazey scoring two. However, the Yellamen are under pressure from Knaphill, who hold on
to second place after a 2-2 draw with mid-table CB Hounslow United at Brookwood, Villa and Sutton
Common Rovers. The Knappers are one point behind the leaders with one game in hand, while the
Commoners beat mid-table Cobham 3-1 at Gander Green Lane, Bradley Williams notching two. The
other teams each have played two fewer games than Ascot and gained two fewer points. Southall,
4-0 winners at bottom side Molesey, and Badshot Lea, who beat Redhill by the odd goal in five at
Wrecclesham are a further point behind. Billy Upton got a brace for the Baggies. Both the defeated
teams have yet to gain a point this season.
Other notable results included four-goal tallies for Frimley Green at home to Raynes Park Vale, and
Spelthorne Sports at Guildford City. The Vale couldn’t score while the Sweeney only managed one
goal. Lewis Flatman and Nathaniel Mensah each scored twice for Spelly. Abbey Rangers drop from
fourth to seventh with a 2-2 draw with Banstead Athletic at Addlestone Moor. Another game with
the same score line was Colliers Wood United versus Sheerwater. Egham Town rose from 15 th to
ninth after a 3-1 victory at Camberley Town.

Division 1
The top of the table is more crowded than ever, with four teams on 12 points. Westside and Jersey
Bulls lead the way, both having won all their league games this season. Westside prevailed 4-2 at
Kensington & Ealing Borough, all their goals coming after the interval. These included two from
Tevon Webster, bringing his total league goals in 2020/21 to eight. Meanwhile, the Bulls visited Ash
United and maintained their 31-game 100% record by the skin of their teeth. They enjoyed (?) an
even narrower escape than last week, teenage striker Sol Solomon snatching victory with his second
goal of the game, a 25-yard free-kick in the 88 th minute, after they’d gone down to 10 men. Both
the Green Army’s goals came from Cameron Bradbury. Two points below are Chessington & Hook
United and Farnham Town. Chessy beat Eversley & California 3-2, while at the Elmbridge Xcel
Sports Hub Town overtook prolific leaders Walton & Hersham with the only goal of the game.
Epsom & Ewell moved six places up the table to tenth, beating Cove 4-1 with a brace from Charlie
Penny. FC Deportivo Galicia and AFC Hayes each had 3-1 victories. Depor overcame second-in-the-
table Tooting Bec 3-1 at Tooting & Mitcham Community Sports Club, Anas Igozouln getting two
goals, while the Brook beat Fleet Spurs at Farm Park thanks to two very late goals. Sandhurst Town
got off the mark for the season with a 2-0 win against Dorking Wanderers Reserves at Bracknell,
while Bagshot are still pointless, losing 2-1 at Bedfont & Feltham. In the remaining game,
Godalming Town & British Airways shared the points at Wey Court.
FA Cup
Sadly, all our four remaining teams went out of the Cup in midweek ties.
 Cobham lost 3-1 to Hellenic League Division 1 East (Step 6) Risborough Rangers
 Marlow of the Isthmian League South Central Division – Step 4) beat Frimley Green on penalties
 Southall were defeated 3-2 at Southern Counties East Premier Division (Step 5) Chatham Town

 Sutton Common Rovers lost 3-1 to Metropolitan Police (Southern Premier League South – Step

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