Belated birthday wishes to Peter Uttley.
It is with great sadness that we commemorate another lost soul, with the passing of Jimmy Greaves.
A player that was graceful to watch and listen to, especially those who remember Saint and Greavsie!!
The weekend saw a mixed batch of results, with the youngsters showing great poise and skills in their games and showing themselves off to the best of their abilities.
Report from Sid U16s keeping up the good work with another impressive win 13-1 against Hawkinge good all round performance.
Well battled the U18s who ended with 8 men due to a dismissal and injuries before succumbing to Westfield at Waterside. Congratulations to PoM Kieran Black seen here with manager Ashley Kennedy.
We had the bear minimum players today against a very good Kennington side We lost 13 -5 and finish the game with 10 men through injury.
Fair play to the boys who played they all played to the end and never give up Goal scorers for Bromley green were Ashley Webster 4 Mickey Mabb 1
Alex Hebbes sees positives in defeat for the Reserves
3-0 defeat at Biddenden, Green started brightly with the intent to take the game to the opponents and should have taken a quick lead but Alfie’s free header at the back post went just over.
More pressure from Green saw another free header put wide. Biddenden were lucky to stay with 11 men on the pitch as Alfie, clean through on goal, was taken down from behind only for the ref to only give a free kick – which was blasted just wide of the far post.
With these lucky escapes, Biddenden stepped up and hit the bar and post before an unstoppable drive from 30 yards bent and dipped out of the sun into the top corner. Green almost equalised before half time when a good move was cleared off the line.
2nd half with the sun In Biddenden’s eyes green wanted to capitalise but didn’t start as fast as we did in the first half. The 2nd goal came as a shot came through 3 players and fizzed past Ryan in goal. The Green tried to raise their game again with the introduction of Guy Farmer playing his first league game for the club after signing as a little one 36 years previously. But with a number of the Green players suffering from heat stroke and picking up injuries it was a stretch to far and a few more chances fell to Biddenden who capitalised with a shot across Ryan who got a hand on it but it finished in the bottom corner for 3-0.
Controversy occurred once more when a clear handball by the Biddenden centre back was completely ignored and a corner given instead of the deserved penalty – so the game ended 3-0.
Lots of positives to take and we’re starting to see some gelling taking place and the performances are improving each week. A positive result is surely now a matter of when not if.