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Staines Town U18 1-3 Wealdstone - SWYL


U18 beaten by a good Wealdstone side tonight in Sportswik West Youth League at WP tonight.


Staines Town U19 6-3 Met Police - NYLA


In today’s U19 game vs Met Police. Goal! 20 mins to Frank Ngonyama. He started the move with David Isaac, received it back and a good finish shooting under the keeper’s body. 22 mins Thomas Lim fires in Staines’ second following a Hartnell- Baker square pass. 27 Channell passes to Elliott Hartnell-Baker who stroked in Staines’ third goal. Staines guilty of not taking a string of chances, and Met skipper John Gilbert reduced the arrears with a fine solo goal on 43 mins. Hartnell- Baker scores on the strike of half time after a goal keeping error. (4-1) 59 min Lim’s powerful finish makes it 5-1 following Isaac’s pass. 65 min another solo goal by Gilbert gives Mets their second. 69 min Miller and Torbett replace Channell and Lim.

72 min Aikpinnou nets what we think is a 6th but as play resumed from the centre it’s disallowed for offside and within seconds a deflected Gilbert shot pulls Mets back into the game at 5-3. 81 mins. David Isaac steals possession just outside the box, beats two men and strokes the ball in for 6-3 to Staines. Great victory for the U19 this afternoon at the Xcel Sports Hub against Met Police in the heat.


Ashford Town (Middlesex) 2-4 Staines Town U18 - SWYL


Regragui’s powerful header from Torbett’s corner puts Staines ahead on 8 mins. Clever lofted shot by Guitridge to equalise on 14 mins. Half Time 1-2- Torbett puts Staines ahead late in the half with a good finish from Morris’ pass. 69 min foul on Regragui 10 yards outside the box, Jack Torbett rifled the free kick into the top corner to make it 3-1 to Staines. But within a minute a close range volley from Stevens narrowed the gap to 3-2. 72m Channell on for Alaswadi. Piorkowski ball to Channell on the right he picked out Morris in the middle who fired Staines’ fourth goal on 82 min. Not as convincing as the home game but Staines complete a derby “double” over Ashford with a 4-2 win with a double from Torbett, Morris and Regragui.


Lineup: E George, M Sedgwick, M Miskin, J Iguchi, M Vukasinovic (c), R Liddiard, A Al-Aswadi, G Piorkowski, N Regragui, L Morris, J Torbett. Subs: S Channell, A Hyett, T Lima.


Staines Town U19 4-1 Dorking Wanderers - NYLA


A very good win for our U19 side in the National League today. Boys haven’t played in the league for a while so good to get back to basis and get a win.


Staines Town U18 0-1 Bedfont Sports - SWYL


Half hour gone. A couple of half chances to Nathaniel Olawole and Elliot Baptiste, but majority of the pressure is coming from Bedfont whose best efforts have been by Hope and Osbourne. 37m Olawole smashes a shot against the post. 41m Great short but Osbourne pushes round for a corner by Woolford’s flying save. Sub 49m. Baptiste limps off to be replaced by Lima ... Promising start to 2nd half for Staines, with debutant Liam Morris testing Bedfont keeper Harvey Hayes. Turning into a really good game - both teams playing lots of neat football. 77 min. Bedfont low free kick just outside the box - beats the wall but Woolford smothers it at the 2nd attempt. Staines go down 0-1 to Bedfont.. Jordan Clarke was the scorer. Unfortunate for Staines who had worked hard and looked to have earned a good point against the league leaders. U18 boys get beaten by an 88th minute winner, deserved more out of the game but just wasn’t our night. We go again!


Lineup: S Woolford, M Sedgwick, J Tuck (c), J Iguchi, M Vukasinovic, R Liddiard, G Piorkowski, E Baptiste, N Olawole, J Torbett, L Morris. Subs: A Al-Aswadi, T Lima, A Hyett.


Brentford Griffins 3-5 Staines Town U19 - NYLA


Boys get back to winning ways this afternoon putting 5 past Brentford to keep us in the top half of the table.




Staines Town U18 2-3 Hendon - SWYL


Hendon overcome their travel problem to open the scoring on 2 mins with a George Raptis tap in for 1-0. 16 min. Jack Torbett pounces on an error between goalie and defender and strokes home an equaliser from the 18 yard line. Hendon go in at half time 2-1 up thanks to a 44th minute own goal by Staines. 55 mins - Iguchi on for Dua-Wiafe

58 mins Gabe Piorkowski robs two defenders and equalises into the lower far corner. 77 min. Hendon broke away from a Staines’ corner and Kahil Francis-Onwuagha rifles their third into the corner. 3-2 Hendon. Tonight’s match with Hendon ends in defeat after coming from behind twice with goals from Torbett & Piorkowski.


Lineup: S Woolford, M Sedgwick, M Miskin, J Tuck (c), M Vukasinovic, R Liddiard, J Dua-Wiafe, G Piorkowski, A Olawole, M Regragui, J Torbett. Subs: J Iguchi, T Lima, A Al-Aswadi.


Brentford Griffins 3-5 Staines Town U19 - NYLA


Boys get back to winning ways this afternoon putting 5 past Brentford to keep us in the top half of the table.



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LATEST from the NATIONAL Finals ...


The Staines Town / Kingston College side are representing in the AoC National 7-a-side Championships at Nottingham University.


Tommy Melville, Joe Tuck, Charlie Brown, Alex Ross, David Isaac, Miki Kaladjiski, Nathaniel Olawole, Joe Iguchi, Stanley Channell, Thomas Lim, Jack Torbett & George Miller.


First opponents were Norwich City’s Norfolk College team, representing the East of England, and Joe Tuck’s goal was enough to gain a 1-0 win for The Swans. The Swans end day one with two wins out of two, after another 1-0 win in Nottingham, this time defeating SW England representatives Bridgwater College.

Play continues on Saturday and Sunday.


A 9am start in Nottingham where the Academy 7 a side team continued their winning start to the AoC National finals. Their third opponents were Yorkshire & Humberside, against whom Miki Kaladjiski and a David Isaac scored in a 2-1 win. Two Joe Tuck goals and a 2-0 win over South East England keeps the young Swans on 100% on day two of the three day tournament. There are still 4 more games today and a couple tomorrow so a long way to go yet. Although dropping a first points Staines remain top of the pile following a 0-0 draw with Accrington College [NW England] in the latest game at the Nationals in Nottingham.