Tunbridge Wells U15s

Tunbridge Wells U15s

Tunbridge Wells U15s for 2019/20 Season. 

We are looking to recruit proficient, strong, hard working players to add to a talented but small squad.

We play in the South Division and train twice a week on a 3G pitch with a UEFA B Licence and FA Level 2 Goalkeeper Coach.

We are looking to add 3 or 4 new players, all positions are considered but you must have a good attitude and be able to fit into a friendly squad with a great team spirit. We are holding open trials, matches and tournaments from April through to the end of June.

Please email paul@networksav.com or contact Paul on 07711008828 for more details.

Holmesdale U16s

Holmesdale U16s

2019/20 Holmesdale U16s are looking to add to a strong squad, players in all positions considered, we want committed and hungry players who have a competitive edge to their game.

We are offer a pathway to 1st team and had 2 x U16’s play first team football last season a friendly club with great facilities,  and very well coached and home games played on 1st team pitch

Interested email richmondp1805@gmail.com
Or phone Paul 07341 849341 and arrange to come training. 

Dover Athletic U13s

Dover Athletic U13s

We were really impressed with some of the talent on show at our initial
trial.

Places have already been offered to several players but due to the
amount of requests we have decided to hold a second trial:

Sunday 5th May
Sandwich Technology School (3G surface)
10:00am-12:00pm (please arrive at 9:30 to register)

What you can expect from the team:

UEFA standard coaching sessions
Qualified personal trainer who has experience working in academy football.
Sports Scientist tracking sessions and ensuring players physical
development is developed appropriately.
All players analysed in line with the FA’s 4 corner model during pre
season ensuring the coaching team provide appropriate training.
Excellent training facilities through the season (Sandwich Technology 3G
pitch)

The newly appointed coaching team are familiar with each other as they are
moving from league champions and the currently undefeated Dover Athletic u16
side.

For more details and to register email manager Nicky Lewis:
nlewis@e21c.co.uk

Match Report: Glebe Youth v Crockenhill Youth​

Match Report: Glebe Youth v Crockenhill Youth

Adrian Swan

1-0 Henry (6), 1-1 Gievson (12), 2-1 Powell (45+1), 2-2 Gievson (50),

3-2 Powel (70) (pen).

On a bitterly cold day at Foxbury Avenue a depleted Glebe side shaded a close fought encounter with lowly Crockenhill, who looked a far better side than their league position would suggest.

This match was played on the rather compact outside pitch which was somewhat uneven but despite that both team’s tried to get the ball down and play attractive football.

The visitors had the first chance of the game on 4 minutes when Lawrence Pennington made a good forward run into the box before his shot was defected out for a corner.

Minutes later Glebe took the lead when Jonas Whitmore’s right wing cross was superbly volleyed home on the turn by Louis Henry giving Crockenhill keeper Nathan Snelgrove no chance as the ball flew low to his right into the bottom corner of the net.

On 10 minutes Glebe’s Oscar Powell made space well on the edge of the box before hitting a low shot that Snelgrove held moving to his left.

Crockenhill then drew level shortly afterwards when Harvey Westgarth’s corner from the left was met at the near post by a powerful towering header from Will Gievson that flashed home high to the right of home keeper Ted McDonald.

Glebe’s Toby Cogswell then drilled in a long range shot that Snelgrove saved diving low to his right before Crockenhill’s Phil Domaradzki did well to win the ball on the half way line and slide a deft pass through onto the run of Charlie Brett on the right side of the area but his shot from an acute angle flew narrowly wide across the face of goal.

Ben James then tried his luck from a direct free kick from the half way line that drifted just wide of the target before Glebe thought they had regained the lead on 27 minutes.

Opeyemi Abiru made a superb mazy run into the visitors box evading several challenges before his close range shot was blocked by Snelgrove with the loose ball falling to Powell whose follow up shot beat the Crockenhill keeper to his right but was cleared off the line by Louis Day.

A minute later Powell went close again when his right wing cross/shot clipped the bar before flying over.

On 33 minutes Glebe would have taken the lead but for a fine double save from Snelgrove.

Abiru made another strong run down the left before cutting across the face of the area where he hit a low shot that the Crockenhill keeper saved down to his right with the rebound falling out to Whitmore on the left edge of the area but his fierce follow up shot was blocked by the legs of Snelgrove for a corner.

Glebe finally regained the lead in stoppage time at the end of the first half when McDonald’s free kick from inside his own half picked out the run into the box of Powell on the left side of the area and his header back across goal beat a stretching Snelgrove high to his left.

The keeper getting a hand to the ball but could not prevent it going into the top corner of the net.

Crockenhill started the second half brightly and equalised on 50 minutes when Westgarth’s right wing corner was cleared out to Gievson on the edge of the box and he showed good control to bring the ball down before smashing a fierce drive home through the crowded box to the left of McDonald.

On 58 minutes another McDonald free kick from within his own half almost led to another Glebe goal as he launched the ball forward where Abiru’s back header found Powell on the right of the box and he hit a hooked volley that beat Snelgrove high to his right bit was cleared off the line by Domaradzki.

Minutes later Max Leeves was knocked down in an off the ball incident falling to ground holding his head before passing out. Play was immediately stopped and an ambulance called shortly thereafter. Whilst waiting the prone player was swaddled in blankets and coats to keep him warm and Referee Dave Evans did a terrific job laying down next to Max talking to him whilst he was down trying to ensure that he did not lose consciousness again and inviting members of the player’s family onto the field to do so as well.

The ambulance then arrived and checked over Max before moving him into the ambulance which drove off the pitch but parked up alongside so they could monitor his progress.

After a delay of some 30 minutes play resumed. Glebe then went close to restoring their lead on 65 minutes when Abiru’s free kick from the edge of the box was well saved by Snelgrove diving low to his left with Whitmore firing the rebound into the side netting from an acute angle.

Minutes later Crockenhill went close to scoring when Westgarth’s deep cross from the right found Pennington on the left of the area and his cushioned volley beat McDonald high to his left but crashed against the bar before rebounding out to Brett whose follow up shot from a tight angle flew into the side netting.

Glebe were then awarded a penalty when Nathan Agyapong was pushed over in the box by Tom Clerkin. Powell took the spot kick firing it home high to the right of Snelgrove.

Crockenhill then went close to levelling again on 76 minutes when a long ball forward saw McDonald race out of his box to head clear under pressure from Pennington, his header sending the ball to Brett whose first time volley from some 30 yards flew just wide of the goal.

Then into the final 10 minutes the visitors thought they had pulled level when Westgarth’s through ball found the forward run of Brett who raced into the box before neatly slotting home to the right of McDonald but he had started his run a fraction too early and was flagged offside.

There were no further chances in this eventful contest with the victory keeping Glebe’s hopes of finishing second alive.

Dover Athletic U15s

Dover Athletic U15s

Do you want to be part of Dover Athletic U15’s next season?

If so Dover Athletic FC are holding trials for their U15 team who will be competing in the Kent Youth League next season on Saturday 11th May at Elms Vale Recreation Ground, Elms Vale Road, Dover, CT17 9PS from 10am – 12pm.

Players will need to arrive by 9.30am to register ready for a prompt 10am start.

Please contact our U15 Manager Colin Wilkins on 07931 783882 or via email beem3rs@yahoo.co.uk to register your interest or if you require more information.

Ebbsfleet United Youth Trials

Ebbsfleet United’s youth sides have trials in all age groups from U10s to U16s in May with a view to recruiting for the 2019/20 season.

EUFC Youth, which is an FA Charter Standard club, has won numerous trophies in all age brackets in recent seasons and is seeking talented youngsters to maintain our standards and success.

All trials will take place at Elite Venue, Dunkirk Close, Gravesend, Kent DA12 5ND across three days in May 2019.

A second trial will be held on 1st June for all age groups which will be an invitation-only event featuring players successful from the first trials.

To attend trials, parents/guardians must complete our application form online which can be found here.

TRIAL DATES
4th May 2019
U13s – 10am-12pm

18th May 2019
U12s and U14s – 10am-12pm
U16s – 12.30-2.30pm

25th May 2019
U10s, U11s and U15s – 10am-12pm