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Saturday 11th August

Bostik South Central





Dunn, Wedgewood, Bassett

Two management decisions were responsible for all four Northwood goals in a game that Tooting threw away on their return to senior footballs basement level.  Playing with three at the back, including untried new boy Lexus Beedon, was a key factor in three goals, but Liam Sallis’ howler for the equaliser left many questioning why Matte Pierson had been left on the sidelines.

Having fallen behind on twenty minutes following a speculative cross field ball into the back post Terrors were level within minutes through Billy Dunn and then ahead by the interval thanks to a scrambled close range Peter Wedgeworth tap in.


Danny Bassets strike ten minutes after the break signalled a period of dominance with more goals on the cards. However, as the home side got physical they also go lucky with another long distance punt, again directed to the back post and again successful.   

A long range free kick slipped embarrassingly through Sallis hands to gift the equaliser before another long cross and conversion completed the misery a minute from time.

Team: Sallis,Bassett, Wedgeworth, Patterson-Bohner, Beedon(Zamara), Rowe, Morgan-Griffiths, Ajeon, Dunn, Wilson(Bennett), Jones(Simpson. Not used: Cave, Nuur

Match report by: The Terror

Saturday 18th August

Bostik South Central




It was honours even with defences generally on top. Isaiah Jones headed over from a Danny Bassett cross after just two minutes and in the 26th minute a superb passingmovement involving several players ended with Anis Nuur firing wide. Two minutes later Marlow’s Sunaid Bell had an effort cleared off the line from a corner. Billy Dunn had a powerful drive saved by Simon Grant. Marlow replied with an effort from Tristan Campbell which was just off target.


After the break Tooting had most of the possession with Dominic Morgan-Griffiths heading just over from a precision Danny Bassett cross and in the 75th minute Billy Dunn was inches away from a winner with his close range shot. The visitors didn’t

really threaten after the break.

Tooting & Mitcham Utd FC : Liam Sallis, Danny Bassett, Peter Wedgeworth, Tope Fadahunsi, Lexus Beeden, Quincy Rowe, Kadeem Ajeon( Eddie Dines) Anis Nuur(Dominic Morgan-Griffiths), Billy Dunn, Jordan Wilson, Isaiah Jones(Elijah Simpson). Unused subs Brandon Tiller, Abraham Odoh.

Report by Ian Bullock

Friday 24th August

FA Cup - Preliminary Round




Dunn 2(1 pen)


Credit to both sides for serving up a cracking FA Cup tie in very wet and windy conditions before a good-sized crowd. The visitors had a couple of early efforts, Tooting replied with a  Danny Bassett goal bound strike which was blocked. Horley Town opened the scoring in the 20th minute when a Russell Harvey free-kick went in off the post. In the 33rd minute Liam Sallis made a fine save to deny Russell Harvey from another free-kick. Tooting drew level in the 36th minute from the penalty spot after Isaiah Jones was brought down in the box after a mazy run, Billy Dunn converting. A minute before the break the Terrors took the lead when a precision Peter Wedgeworth free kick was glanced home by Billy Dunn.


Early in the second half Billy Dunn had a powerful shot which looked destined for the top corner but was pushed over by Town keeper George Hyde. Horley had a chance but Jack Poplett headed straight at Liam Sallis. Tooting went very close to a third goal when substitute Zaq Coleman went on a good run and saw his low strike rattle the post and come up. Summing up an excellent display by the team and hopefully a good run in the competition also well done to the Tooting fans who really got behind their team.

Tooting & Mitcham United FC : Liam Sallis, Danny Bassett, Peter Wedgeworth, Eddie Dines, Lexus Beeden, Tope Fadahunsi, Kadeem Ajeon, Dominic Morgan-Griffiths, Billy Dunn(Elijah Simpson), Jordan Wilson(Brandon Tiller), Isaiah Jones(Zaq Coleman). Unused subs Anis Nuur, Abrahan Odoh, Reece Cave, Idris Kalokoh.

 Match Report by Ian Bullock

Monday 27th August

Bostik South Central




Tiller, Jones, Bassett


Tooting produced another excellent performance as they came from behind to take the points against a battling Chipstead side. The Terrors started well with Kadeem Ajeon missing a chance in the 6th minute after rounding the keeper. The visitors

opened the scoring after 13 minutes when Ezekiel Bademosi latched onto a through ball and scored with aplomb. United made it all square in the 35th minute when Peter Wedgeworth’s free-kick was knocked in from close range by Brandon Tiller. Three

minutes later Isaiah Jones rounded former Terrors favourite Dean Hamlin and curledthe ball past the keeper to put Tooting in front. Just before the break we had three chances in the same movement with Billy Dunn firing the last one wide.


Two minutes into the second half ex Terror Sam Clayton had a good effort which just missed the target. In the 55th minute it was 3-1 when Danny Bassett netted from close range. Just after the hour mark Lexus Beeden nearly made it four but his

powerful header was saved by Michael Sibley in the visitors goal. Chipstead came close to reducing the arrears after 70 minutes when Liam Sallis made a brilliant saveto keep out Sam Clayton’s free-kick which looked destined for the roof of the net.

The visitors came close again eight minutes later when after a goalmouth scramble we cleared the ball off the line. Tooting replied with some late pressure but there were no further goals. A very good  display from the team with some really eye-

catching moves more of the same please.

Tooting & Mitcham Utd FC : Liam Sallis, Danny Bassett, Peter Wedgeworth, Eddie Dines, Lexus Beeden, Tope Fadahunsi, Kadeem Ajeon(Jordan Wilson), Dominic Morgan-Griffiths, Billy Dunn(Zaq Coleman), Brandon Tiller, Isaiah Jones. Unused subs Anis Nuur, Elijah Simpson.

Match Report by Ian Bullock

Saturday 15th September

Bostik South Central



Ashford Town

Jones, Coleman


An entertaining game but sadly the wrong result for the Terrors who dominated for long periods. Ashford Town opened the scoring in the 21st minute when their best player Elliott Poley headed home at the far post. Soon after the impressive Zaq Coleman hit the outside of the post after a jinking run. Tooting drew level after 36 minutes when the excellent Isaiah Jones lobbed home after a good move down the right flank. Three minutes later we could have been in front when the visitors defencegot in a tangle but the effort flashed across the face of the goal. Right on the stroke of half-time Elijah Simpson made space for himself on the edge of the box but fired over.


Early in the second half Lexus Beeden had a chance but did not get enough power on his shot and the effort was saved. In the 55th minute Ashford went close when Tooting debutant keeper Morgan Campbell saw his clearance fall to Mark Bitmead whose strike hit the post. In the 69th minute Town went in front from the penalty spot James Cottee converting and five minutes later they increased their lead when a cross into the Tooting box was knocked in by Max Webb. The Terrors kept battling away and the Ashford keeper Tyler Tobin made a couple of decent saves to deny Billy Dunn and Abraham Odoh injuring himself in the process. Morgan Campbell then made a fine stop from Nebay Haile. Deep into stoppage time Zaq Coleman pulled a goal back from a corner the ball just crossing the line. Summing up Tooting deserved something from the game but it was not to be.

Tooting & Mitcham Utd FC : Morgan Campbell, Isaiah Jones, Peter Wedgeworth, Lexus Beeden, Quincy Rowe, Serg Zamara(Reece Cave), Dominic Morgan-Griffiths(Dan Clements), Kadeem Ajeon, Elijah Simpson(Billy Dunn), Abraham Odoh,Zaq Coleman. Unused subs Stefan Ilic, Eric Mbangui.

Match Report by Ian Bullock

Tuesday 18th September

League Cup




Coleman, Simpson


Tooting moved into the next round of the League Cup with a comfortable 2 – 0 win over a young Margate side. The Terrors took a 19th minute through a Zaq Coleman cross shot. It was 2-0 ten minutes later when Elijah Simpson scored from close range. Just before the break Kadeem Ajeon had a powerful free-kick well saved at the foot of the post by the Margate keeper.


In the second period a free-flowing Terrors move ended with Peter Wedgeworth rattling the Margate post. After 72 minutes Eddie Dines had a speculative drive which whistled past the post. United keeper Morgan Campbell had a quiet night but made a fine stop low down from an Oliver Harris effort and late on Ryan Lewis headed wide from six yards for the Kent side.

Tooting & Mitcham Utd FC : Morgan Campbell, Isaiah Jones, Peter Wedgeworth, Lexus Beeden, Quincy Rowe, Eddie Dines, Tope Fadahunsi, Kadeem Ajeon, Elijah Simpson(Reece Cave),  Dan Clements(Abraham Odoh), Zaq Coleman(Billy Dunn). Unused subs Dominic Morgan-Griffiths, Brandon Tiller.

Match Report by Ian Bullock

Saturday 22nd September

FA Cup - 2nd Qualifying Round





The Terrors can hold their heads up high after given a good account of themselves against a Woking side who topped the National League South. The early exchanges saw Tooting keeper Morgan Campbell who had an exceptional game make fine saves to deny Daniel Spence and Greg Luer, whilst at the other end Isaiah Jones who was a constant threat to the home side had a strike just deflected over the bar.

Woking opened the scoring in the 20th minute when Harvey Bradbury headed in a cross from Nicholas Wheeler at the far post. On the half-hour Morgan Campbell made a brilliant save from an Ian Gayle header going full length and shortly afterwards blocked Nathan Collier’s fierce drive.


Soon into the second half it was 2-0 to Woking Harvey Bradbury knocking in a cross from the left from close range. In the 57th minute Tooting were very unlucky when Isaiah Jones saw his shot deflected onto the post as he broke through the Woking ranks. In the 70th minute Harvey Bradbury completed his hat-trick with a long range shot to seal victory for the Cards.Morgan Campbell was again called into action to make an excellent double save from Duane Efori-Acheampong. In stoppage time Woking added a fourth when Armani Littles shot went through a crowd of players intothe net.

The home club deserve credit for providing an excellent playing surface despite all the heavy rain that had fallen on the pitch there was not a puddle in sight.

Tooting & Mitcham Utd FC : Morgan Campbell, Tope Fadahunsi, Peter Wedgeworth , Eddie Dines, Quincy Rowe, Lexus Beeden, Isaiah Jones, Dan Clements(Dominic Morgan-Griffiths), Kadeem Ajeon(Abraham Odoh), Elijah Simpson(Danny Bassett), Zaq Coleman. Unused subs Billy Dunn, Reece Cave, Sol Patterson-Bohner, Liam Sallis.

Match Report by Ian Bullock

Tuesday 25th September

Bostik South Central






A below par performance by Tooting saw the visitors come from behind to take the points. In the first-half the Terrors dominated and Elijah Simpson was very unlucky when his fierce drive hit the post in the 11th minute. The Bedfont keeper James Russell who had an outstanding game then saved well from Isaiah Jones. and Eddie Dines. United’s pressure paid off in the 24th when Dan Clements scored from close range after an Isaiah Jones effort had been beaten out by the keeper. Bedfont’s only real effort of the half was a free-kick by Jack Mills which was well saved by Morgan Campbell.


In the second-half Bedfont Sports put on some pressure with Simo Mbonkwi having a powerful drive pushed over for a corner. At the other end Eddie Dines also forced afine save from the keeper. In the 62nd minute Bedfont drew level with a strike from Abdeen Temitope Abdul. Five minutes later the visitors were awarded a penalty but Morgan Campbell dived to his left to make a superb save from Jack Mills. In the 76thminute Bedfont got their winner when Jack Mills fired home through a crowd of players. Quincy Rowe and Danny Bassett then went close. Deep into stoppage time Isaiah Jones broke through the visitors ranks but James Russell made another excellent stop to deny him. Tooting created some good chances but sadly did not take them, hopefully the team will have better fortune in the games to come.

Tooting & Mitcham Utd FC : Morgan Campbell, Lexus Beeden, Peter Wedgeworth,Eddie Dines, Quincy Rowe,  Sol Patterson-Bohner, Tope Fadahunsi (Abraham Odoh), Kadeem Ajeon(Dominic Morgan-Griffiths), Dan Clements, Elijah Simpson(Danny Bassett), Isaiah Jones. Subs not used Brandon Tiller, Zaq Coleman.

Match Report by Ian Bullock