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Surrey Senior Cup Quarter Final

Sees the Toots make the sort journey to Colliers Wood United.  This will be the first competitive game between the two first XIs, with the only previous meeting being a 2014/15 pre-season friendly.

Chipstead  1-2  Terrors

Tooting progressed to the Surrey Senior Cup quarter final courtesy of a first half super strike from Antonio Simeone and, after Chips had equalised via the penalty spot, a Daryl Coleman close range header form a corner.

Terrors  1-3  Hayes & Yeading

Tooting were robbed of the chance to compete on level terms in an exciting game that bizarrely contained just one serious on target shot from open play.

Twenty minutes in the officials spectacularly missed a Hayes defender clearly punch the ball out of play whilst attempting to clear his lines. Two minutes later the crime was compounded when the visitors were awarded the softest of penalties when Ajani DC collided with Lee Barney.  Terrors were playing well against the well drilled league leaders, but things continued to go against them when a cruel deflection off Simeone saw the ball dibble past Colquhoun to make it 0-2.

The visitors offered Terrors a way back before the break by conceding an unnecessary penalty when under no pressure, but early in the second half yet another soft penalty restored the two goal margin.  Shortly after a fine Colquhoun save blocked the one clear shot, but overall  this was a cracker - despite the best efforts of the officials. Report

Joining Terrors is 20 year old french midfielder Diadier Camara, formerly of Paris team JA Drancy. Diadier has also played in the the AJ Auxerre youth set up. Here's a bit of footage of him (let’s hope his finishing has improved though).

Chalfont St Peter  0-2  Terrors

A workmanlike first half broke down one of the meanest defences in the league and then a solid second half defensive performance protected the hard won advantage.

A heavily deflected Dominic Morgan-Griffiths shot provided a 14th minute lead that would otherwise have been ruled out for off-side. Terrors continued to dominate but was not until deep into injury time that the crucial second goal was poked in by Hady Ghandour when the home side failed to clear a corner. Report


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