Saturday October 7th 2017

1st XI beat The Warren (H), League, 4-1 Another week, another home fixture and another impressive performance from the first team. We once again started brightly. Popping the ball about sharply. But worryingly like previous weeks, early chances were going begging. Marcus, Billy, Sean and James Elsey all wasting gilt-edged chances. However it would be a lot more worrying if we were not carrying a goal threat. The eventual breakthrough came at the half hour mark. Some great work down the left, Tom Gullon with a perfect pass for Elsey who went weaving into the box, before cutting back inside and smartly finishing at the keeper's near post. Once the pressure was relieved having got the first goa

Ex-Players Reunion Day, Oct 7th 2017

Was a good turnout on Saturday for the annual get together of former Peles, Greavsies and Beckenbauers (and Bobby Moore in Ian Meyrick's case...) A few pics here of the 1st and 3rd XI games and those in attendance.

Saturday 30th September 2017 - 1st XI

1st XI drew 2-2 (H), Carshalton. The match report depicts the John Wayne 1960’s film Battle of the Alamo The Texans, I mean Carshalton’s goalkeeper and back four is tasked with defending the goal. Their midfield arrives with reinforcements and the defenders dig in. Jacksons Mexican ballers arrive and surround the fort. The siege begins. In a First half raid, the oppo sabotage the Stationers. A left footed cross from the touch line somehow finding the top bin. 0-1 The Stationers frontally attack the Alamo. The defenders hold out and kill hundreds of Stationers charging soldiers, further boosting Carshalton’s morale. Smithy sustains a leg wound. Keenan pings a hammy again. The movie then depic

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