HANWORTH VILLA MOVES AGAIN

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HANWORTH VILLA MOVES AGAIN

Postby Belmont Rattler » Mon Oct 05, 2009 8:59 pm

Our Middlesex Charity Cup tie at home to Hanworth Villa, originally scheduled for Monday 19th October, was recently shifted to Monday 26th October because the Ryman League said we must play away to AFC Hornchurch on Tuesday 20th October. We've just heard from Hanworth Villa that they can't play us on the 26th as they have a league match on the 27th and that takes priority. So we are now looking for a new date for this Middlesex Charity Cup tie.

There could be other changes if either us or Hendon draw on Saturday as our match with them on Tuesday 13th October would be off. Also if we get past Lewes the League have said we can postpone the fixture at Hornchurch as we would have a FA Cup, 4th Qualifying Round tie, the following Saturday.
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Re: HANWORTH VILLA MOVES AGAIN

Postby Stoney Ground » Mon Oct 05, 2009 9:21 pm

Surely if us or 'AFC we've spent too much again' draw in the trophy, the replays will be on the 20th?
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Re: HANWORTH VILLA MOVES AGAIN

Postby Belmont Rattler » Tue Oct 06, 2009 7:16 am

Stoney Ground wrote:Surely if us or 'AFC we've spent too much again' draw in the trophy, the replays will be on the 20th?


Quite right. Another possibility that our match at Hornchurch on the 20th will be called off.
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Re: HANWORTH VILLA MOVES AGAIN

Postby stoney bloke » Tue Oct 06, 2009 8:25 am

Dug out a couple of old programmes the other day that were charity matches at lower mead back in the seventies.
The top ten showbiz X1 used to play Harrow round table in on a Sunday in March.
Amongst the mainly 'Z' listers were a few notable exceptions -World cup winner George Cohen being the only one that stands the test of time perhaps with goodies Bill Oddie and Tim Brooke Taylor, Ed 'Stewpot' Stewart and 'Diddy' David Hamilton famous in the day.
I suppose today's equivalents would be some non entity from big brother and the bloke pushing the trolley in Holby city with someone who was in a scene in the Bill once- a long time ago. didn't speak.
The round table team included Dave-harry-Bassett.

Anyway amongst this childhood nostalgia the thought is that this type of game if held today could generate more money for char-i-dee than another congested fixture for our first team.

Could we field a team of ex SFC Wealdstone players? or supporters paying for the privilege?
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