Don’t forget the date! Friday 25 October at Waterside where we will hold an event in aid of the charity CALM. The fun gets under way at 3pm with the doors open all day.
Clubhouse open 4.30pm each day this week for training
For up to date training and match times, please refer to the Events & Fixtures page
Photos for the time being are published on our facebook pages (become ‘friends’ with Dave Homewood and I will enrol you)
Report for Bromley Green DVS v Hawkinge (away) by John Butcher
We went into this game knowing we we have to be at our best. Hawkinge have given us some tough games in the past and especially in our last match against them so we knew we had to put in a shift.
I have to say the whole team performed really well and the pitch didn’t help at times due to it being on quite an incline. That said we managed to play what was our best game of the season. Passing the ball really well and and working hard for one another. Alfie was our player of the match this week , and he showed us what know her is capable off. Using his skills on the ball , holding it up well and laying of some great passes as well. That was followed closely by Jack Mansfield who also out a great performance in but like I say this was a real team effort and everyone worked for one another and dug deep. Well done to Hawkinge as well who put up a good fight in good game of football
A really pleasing game and we are now looking forward to a break from the league and entering the tournament next week.
Faversham Strike Force Hurricanes 3-6 Bromley Green Pirtek
Another sporting contest looked to be in the bag when goals by Thomas Hawkins and Kris Kostov gave us a 2-0 advantage; but fortunes ebbed and flowed and a lack of concentration on our part aided the home team to joyously take a 3-2 lead.
Both teams created, and missed, gilt-edged chances but Thomas with two more, Kris again and Keiran Branch settled the issue as we finished strongly.
Preston was arguably our most influential player, breaking up opposing attacks and forging us forward; but credit to all 14 members of the squad for not sulking or moaning if substituted. The boys and girls are well aware that we just cannot field 14 players all game!
Selecting a Player of the Match is always difficult as our ethos is one of collective effort. However, for his all-round play and superb attitude, this week it goes to Ben Hatcher.
Thanks as always to the parents for their support and well done everybody! On to next week when we welcome highly-rated Faversham Strike Force Lightning to Waterside.
Green: Charlie Ward, Ben Hatcher, Josh Bailey, Harrison Petken, Elizabeth Monday, Amin Mawloud, Rieyaan Nuanko, William Spiers, Keiran Branch, Thomas Hawkins, Preston Webb, Kris Kostov, Henry Barnes, Harvey Prior.
Under 12s McDonalds report from Rob Finn
Today we traveled to the marsh to face grasshoppers with 4 players letting me down at the last minute it was going to be a struggle with a makeshift team against a strong grasshoppers side but well done to the ones that did show up and gave there all a disappointing result but ha ho there’s always next week POTM went to Mitchell who was solid at the back .players need to be more committed as your not letting me down your letting your team mates down I need everyone at training Tuesday or you won’t be selected to play at home to Park Farm on Saturday. Cheers Rob.
Bromley Green Hurricanes U9s v Headcorn Jets
Squad: Alfie, Thomas, Nathaniel, Louis, Tyler , Ethan, George, Sean, Charlie, Owen, Daniel and Ibrahim
Another good performance from the Hurricanes after giving themselves a difficult start. Daniel in goal pulling off some fantastic reflex saves to prevent the task being made even harder. The second half started as we know this team can play, pegging Headcorn back for the rest of the game. Tyler scored with a well taken finish, however goal of the match was left until the end. A fantastic swung in cross from the right was volleyed home at the back post by Owen. The team continued to push until the end but unfortunately ran out of time.
A cliche but truly a game of ‘two halves’ and some strong performances all round. However, for his performance in the first half and keeping the team in it with some excellent saves, the parents PotM went to Daniel. Well done Dan 👍.
Dream Team report from Tony and Damo
So we played Wittersham a very good and organised little team, showing us the level we want to work to.
We had moments and at times played some nice football.
However today was a good test and one that we will learn from, 2nd half we enjoyed more of the ball and got a goal.
Billie-Joe done well in her first full league game as our now no1.
Happy that most the kids didn’t get disheartened in a hard game and took this as it should be a learning curve.
Well done Dream Team more to work on and develop we will get there if we stick together and keep believing in our team as always very happy to be be enjoying this ride with you.
Goal scorers 1 kai – PoTM: Harvey
Tony and Damo
Utilitas U12s report by Timmy Russell
Todays opponents was smarden We played solid at the back and created slots of chances upfront but the breakthrough just wouldn’t come we changed the formation slightly and we scored almost imedediatly through phoebe second half and again we came close the team worked hard and after several corners and attacks charlie b struck the ball just inside the opponents half sweetly placing it in the top of the net 2,0 game over. Well done to all great team effort preston josh clean sheets mom went to harrison solid at the back as always well done all of you
BG Global v Hawkinge report by Alex Hebbes
Bromley Green started brightly and went a goal up through Tyler Q, shortly after Hawkinge equalised with a low shot past Tyler G, Hawkinge creates a few chances but couldn’t score. Tyler again scored when a quickly taken corner by George C making his league debut found both Tyler and Ed in the area unmarked with Tyler finishing well. Hawkinge equalised again before half time with a well worked goal. Both keepers making saves early in 2nd half with mom Tyler G in good form keeping is in the game, BG could have taken the lead after a handball in the area, however Kuba put the penalty wide. Kuba did get his goal with a nice move and through ball from Danny V found Kuba in on goal finishing well into the top corner. Hawkinge again equalised quickly with an overload from a counter and took the lead with the eventual winner with a few mins on the clock. Pleased to see how the players reacted to a tough few weeks and have started to play like the confident team from the opening games again. Man of the match Tyler G
Random selection of photos … more to follow on our facebook pages