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FA Trophy Draw

Tootings reward for Saturdays win at Whyteleafe is a trip to Sittingbourne on Saturday 26th September, replacing the league game at Bracknell Town.


League Cup dates

have been set for Chipstead away (October 22nd) and Whyteleafe at home (November 26th).


Terrors  0-2  Poole Town

A disjointed second half performance against ten men saw Tooting dumped out of the cup by high quality opponents.  The visitors 13th minute opener was surely an own goal, rebounding in off Raz Colemans shins from a devilish delivery into the six yard box, however it was not credited as such.

The loss of Sol PB in the second round galvanised Tooting, however this time the dismissal of Pooles Luke Holmes for a mistimed tackle shortly before the interval seemed to have the opposite effect and the visitors had little difficulty in holding Terrors at bay. The second goal merely confirmed what had long looked like an inevitable outcome.


Waltham Abbey  0-3  Terrors

A wonder strike from Danny Bassett late in the first half set up a convincing victory after the home side had looked like clinging on to their unbeaten home record - at least until the break.  After that another mature performance was justly rewarded by a superbly worked second, set up by Bassett and executed by Didi, and a late penalty.

Fixture update

The home league game against Staines Town will now be played on Tuesday 19th november.

Congratulations to Ian Bullock

who was awarded a lifetime Vice-Presidency at half time against Dorking Wanderers.  Ian has been a tremendous servant to the club in a range of roles over more years that I can remember.  He's a wonderful guy and it's a delight to see him recognised in this way.


Bosses win award

Congratulations to joint managers Ashley Bosah & Cornelius Nwadialor on winning the August divisional manager(s) of the month award, sponsored by Andersons travel.

An international call up

Congratulations to U23s star Shkelqim "Sketch" Sadiku, who has been selected to represent Kosovo under 21s for their match against England in Hull next week.

League Cup

This year the competition is in two stages:

1 - Non Premier division teams play a mini league (we have four games, two home and two away).  There are ten leagues

- Three points for a win

- one point for a draw

- If its a draw (at 90 mins) then a penalty shootout will get the winner a bonus point

2 - Ten group winners enter a 32 team knockout competition with the 22 Premier division teams.