Birthday wishes to Mark Floyd and Tyler Chinnery
Birthday wishes to Joseph Moloney and Kacper Chlebowski
DJB U12s impress in local derby
A hat trick for James Worthington, two for PoM Lenny Garcia and one for Oliver McRobert as the boys recorded a 6-0 victory against Ashford United at Waterside. Pictures below of the team in their newly sponsored kit by Double J Boxing.
Despite taking an early lead through Derren Straker, the U14s went out of the cup 4-1 on Sunday at Hawkinge. Connor Heslop was our PoM.
Birthday wishes to Alan Lamprycht and Regan Croucher
Belated birthday wishes to Harry Mansfield for yesterday.
Birthday wishes for today to Tom Messenger.
Below is a list of more items ready to be collected from the club house.
Ready for collection (Box 11)
Omar Nief 16621- Rucksack
Hashem Nief 16691- Rucksack
George Amos 12351- Rucksack
Oliver Russell 661- Rucksack
Skyla Hunt 447- Polo shirt
Harvey Beaney-1546-T Shirt
Archie Dwyer 495- T Shirt
David Robson 551-Holdall
Pablo Mira 923- Holdall
Alycia Borteye 659- Rucksack
Match reports from Saturday:
The U15’s were at home to Faversham Herons.
In a good first half saw the U15’s end up 4-0 down, but it did not show how well the team played and have improved from last season.
The start of the second half saw the Faversham team press hard and the U15’s did not switch on quickly enough and conceded 4 goals in ten minutes, which pretty much sealed the game, but when they awoke for the second half did not stop the U15’s from trying and creating a few chances to get a goal back, which would not come.
Jamie played really well in goal and saved many chances created but the opposition and should be proud of his performance.
The Manager’s player of the match went to Xander who since his move to left back has grown in confidence and stature with in the defence and produced several great displays over the last few weeks.
U16s achieved another 3-1 win v High Halden brilliant football goals from Archie 2 and Brentley. Very well battled against a tough opponent but were very composed and out played them across the park.
The U12’s Emeralds girls played at home today against Betteshanger Youth, playing only their second league match since being formed.
The girls played well from the very beginning and are starting to gain confidence which shows in their performance. We also had two new players Mayzee and Maddison who only joined us in the last week, both of who played very well and have fitted straight into the team.
The first half saw some good saves from our goalkeeper Alycia and Catalina scored her first goal of the season 10 minutes into the game. Unfortunately Betteshanger equalised not longer after and the first half ended with us 3-1 down.
We came out determined in the second half with some great runs and passes by Ruby and Amy. Izzy had some fantastic shots at the goal but unfortunately the opposition goalkeeper proved unbeatable in the second half and the final score was a loss to us 7-1.
All the team played so well again and we will continue to build from the experience gained from this match. Izzy is this weeks player of the match. A big thank you to all the girls on the team for their fantastic effort this week.
it looks it will be another great weekend of football at the Waterside with a large number of games at home this weekend. Please come along and support the teams, clubhouse will be open.
Please do not park in the Swan centre.
Below are list of kit items available to be collected from the Club house
Belated birthday wishes to John Hadlum.
Birthday wishes for today to Matthew Wedge.
Message from Dave:
Saturday 2 October 2021Reunion Day for BGFC Old Boys from 1pm
Please spread the word as I do not have contact details for everybody!
All are welcome Nothing flashy – just a good old catch-up of the Good Old Days!
Look forward to seeing you all
Birthday wishes to Gary Holloway, Ashley Webster, Jakob Maciolek, Jamie Turner and Charlie Wren.
Some match reports for the weekends games:
On to a happier Sunday afternoon at Waterside with our U14s and U12s both recording emphatic victories in the East Kent Youth League (6-0 and 4-0 against Barham and Lyminge respectively).
A hat trick for Charlie Bryant, two for Derren Straker and a beauty from Danny-Lee accounted for the U14s six goals but this was a true squad display with keepers Harvey and James ensuring a clean sheet. Preston Webb led by example from the back with Harrison Petken and Connor Heslop also impressive in defence while Josh Bailey with his determination in midfield and Ben Hatcher threatening down the right were strong contenders for Player of the Match. The accolade went to Rieyaan Naunko for his display at full back – putting the team first as no-one seems to want to play there!
We enjoy competing in this league for the variety of opposition and a strong test awaits next Sunday in the Cup away to Hawkinge (meet club midday as kick off is earlier).
Match report from Martyn Dalby Bromley Green v Charing.
With the start of the season not going are way with losses we finally had a full team and the return of the team captain after serving his ban from last season.
We played with a formation of 4-4-1-1 to start the game with and us starting off strong. We played football from the back and got the ball out to the wingers and they knew they had the pace on Charing’s defence and we started to get in behind.
Tyler who had a great game opened the score with a nice little finish. We made a few more chances but didn’t take advantage of them. Finally the ball landed to Tyler again with another tidy finish to put us 2-0 up.
Jarvis had a great game today he went through on goal about 7 times today and unselfishly passed it most times and this is how we got the 3rd goal, with Jarvis 1 on 1 with the goal keeper looked up and saw Tyler for his hat trick.
The 4th goal came from a snap shot from Tyler what took a lovely deflection into the corner giving him 4 goals in the first half.
Mini and Ross were bossing the midfield and Charing didn’t win a lot in there. Keeper made a few great saves stopping mini from getting on the score sheet.
We started the 2nd half slow and Charing started to put are defence under pressure but the back 3 dealt with it every time and useless we made an error Charing didn’t look like scoring.
Kieran came on in the second half and grabbed himself 2 goals he had a solid half of football. Michael scored a great header but the linesman saw something different to us and put his flag up for offside.
Nathan scored the 7th goal from about 20ish yards keeper had no chance great strike.
Lorenzo and Luke played great down the left side they have so much pace and they had the beating of Charing all game and before the game finished we got the ball out to Lorenzo down the left and he crossed the ball in my opinion but he might say otherwise and keeper gambled and went down but the ball lifted over him and went in at the back post.
The whole team played well Liam made a good save and the defence were solid. Aaron ran the back line brilliantly. Midfield were solid winning most battles forward players kept battling but the man of the match was Tyler.
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.
Birthday wishes to Matteo Dookhun and Frankie Kelly.
The weekend sees another busy couple of days for our teams and hopefully continuation of the good results we have seen so far!!
Sundays EKYL games are still requiring Referees, If you know any one or want to Referee it, please contact Dave Homewood ASAP.
The U18’s are still looking for some more players to join their squad, details below: