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Division One Central Roundup

Wednesday 29 October 2014 - 11:00 am | Added by: Admin to Club News, First Team | | Used tags: ,

Tuesday night's action in the Evo-Stik League Southern Division One Central saw Aylesbury FC move up to third in the league and, with league top two Kettering Town and Hanwell Town both not playing, are just four points off the summit as Aston Goss scored a hat-trick to help FC to a 3-1 win against Northwood.

They overtook Godalming Town (now 4th), who could only manage a 1-1 draw at lowly Beaconsfield SYCOB on Monday night, despite taking the lead on the half hour mark through Darren Wheeler - the recently re-signed Aaron Couch levelling in the second half and ending the Rams seven-game losing streak in all competitions.

Also falling a place were Potters Bar Town, who lost out 2-0 at Rugby Town with David Kolodynski scoring two goals in two first half minutes for Valley.

Having lost three league games in a row, Royston Town bounced back with a 2-1 win over struggling AFC Hayes at Garden Walk, whilst Egham Town also returned to winning ways by winning 3-1 at Uxbridge.

A ten minute hat-trick from substitute Stuart Eason gave St Ives Town a much needed three points, as they came from behind to beat ten-man Barton Rovers 3-1 and claim a first league win since the first weekend of September in the process.

At The Eyrie Bedford Town also picked up a valuable win, with Rob Parker on target twice as the Eagles saw off a spirited Daventry Town 4-2, as did Chalfont St. Peter, who scored three goals in the first 21 minutes to pick up a 3-0 home win against Aylesbury United.

Lastly, two struggling sides met for an early season 'six pointer', but there was nothing to choose between Leighton Town and North Greenford United, who shared the spoils in a 1-1 draw at Bell Close. 

Division One Central Links: Fixtures & Results | League Table | Top Scorers | Attendances


Terrible Start Costs United

Tuesday 28 October 2014 - 10:38 pm | Added by: Admin to First Team, Club News | | Used tags: ,

Aylesbury were unable to carry on the positives from their weekend win over Uxbridge, as they lost 3-0 at Chalfont St. Peter.

An awful start saw the Ducks gift their hosts a three-goal cushion with just over twenty minutes played, something they were never able to recover from. 

Aaron Lansiquot scored the first on three minutes, Alan Hedley soon added the second before a Jack Wood own goal heaped the misery on United.

There was some improvement after the break and on another day Aylesbury could have got something as a number of chances went begging and the Ducks hit the post, but it would be unfair to ignore Chalfont could easily have added to the score themselves.

With a free weekend on the horizon United now have chance to regroup before their next league action.

» Match Report


Chalfont Match Preview

Monday 27 October 2014 - 10:27 am | Added by: Admin to Club News, First Team | | Used tags: , ,

The Ducks make the short journey to Chalfont St. Peter looking to build on their long-awaited weekend win over Uxbridge.

Our preview to the match is available now.

» Match Preview


Division One Central Roundup

Saturday 25 October 2014 - 8:33 pm | Added by: Admin to First Team, Club News | | Used tags: ,

Evo-Stik Southern League Division One Central leaders Kettering Town travelled to one of their promotion rivals, Royston Town, and won 2-1 and inflict a third straight league defeat on the Crows, who have now tumbled to seventh in the table as a result. Elliot Sandy, who returned to Kettering from Dunstable Town in the week, opened the scoring, Gary Hart equalising for the hosts before Dubi Ogbonna netted the winner 14 minutes from time.

Top scorer in the division, Lewis Putman, added another two to his total (now 16) as Hanwell Town took over second place, just two points behind Kettering, by coming from behind to win 2-1 at inconsistent Daventry Town.

Godalming Town - 2-1 winners at home to Bedworth United - also gained a place, as both they and Hanwell leapfrogged Potters Bar Town, who were beaten 3-0 at home by a rejuvinated Leighton Town, the Reds building on their midweek FA Trophy win at Corinthian-Casuals.

Another side to have improved of late are Marlow, and in-form striker Lee Barney scored twice to make it five goals in three games as the Blues won 4-0 at Bedford Town, with the Eagles unable to continue their own upturn in form having won back to back games beforehand.

The defeat leaves Bedford just two points about the drop zone, but the sides just below them shared the spoils from their relegation six-pointer - AFC Hayes and North Greenford United drawing 2-2 at Farm Park - whilst bottom of the league Beaconsfield SYCOB succumbed to a 93rd minute goal from nine-man Rugby Town in losing 2-1 at Holloways Park.

Two other sides having to settle for a point apiece were Barton Rovers and Chalfont St. Peter, with Alan Hedley levelling just before the break after Connor Vincent had earlier opened the scoring for Rovers.

At Bell Close, Aylesbury United ended a five-game losing streak with a 3-1 home win against Uxbridge, whilst Northwood also claimed a home win, thrashing St Ives Town 4-0 with Michael Murray scoring twice.

Lastly, New Egham Town manager Luke Muldowney's 100% start of five wins from five games was brought to an end by Aylesbury FC, whose Ben Stevens and Sonny French gave the Moles a 2-0 lead after 15 minutes, before the Sarnies later missed two penalty kicks.

Division One Central Links: Fixtures & Results | League Table | Top Scorers | Attendances


Blackett Bags Opener as Ducks Win At Last

Saturday 25 October 2014 - 4:45 pm | Added by: Admin to First Team, Club News | | Used tags: ,

Aylesbury put their five-game losing streak behind them with a confident 3-1 win at home to Uxbridge at Bell Close.

Despite the absence of manager Tony Joyce and various players, the depleted Ducks performed well and Jason Blackett gave them the lead ten minutes before half time with a well taken goal.

United were then gifted a second almost straight after the half time break, Steve Hatch tapping home, before Paul Edgeworth's cross-shot ricocheted in off a defender to make it 3-0.

Uxbridge, in good form coming into the game, came back strongly and pulled a goal back to make the final minutes of the game harder than they should have been, but a well earned and important three points for the Ducks in the end.

» Match Report


Uxbridge Match Preview

Thursday 23 October 2014 - 09:37 am | Added by: Admin to Club News, First Team | | Used tags: , ,

Aylesbury United face an important league fixture against fellow midtable side Uxbridge this weekend, in the Evo-Stik League Southern Division One Central.

Our match preview is available now.

» Match Preview


Division One Central/FA Trophy Roundup

Wednesday 22 October 2014 - 08:51 am | Added by: Admin to First Team, Club News | | Used tags: , ,

Two games in the Evo-Stik League Southern Division One Central on Tuesday evening both went the way of the home side.

Daventry Town put their off-field problems to one side as they came from behind to inflict a third straight league defeat on Aylesbury FC. Sonny French had given the Moles a 20th minute lead, only for Barry Deacon to level just before the interval, and recent signing Ricky Hill scoring in the second half to complete a 2-1 win.

A Lee Barney double took his tally to five in the last five games to give Marlow a 3-1 win over Bedworth United, themselves now having lost three in a row in all competitions, and move the Blues up to 11th in the table.

The FA Trophy Preliminary Round replays saw four Division One Central sides - Chalfont St. Peter, Leighton Town, Royston Town and Uxbridge - make it through to the First Qualifying Round.

Daniel Ailey's 71st minute goal was enough to decide Chalfont's clash at Division One Central rivals AFC Hayes 1-0, whilst Royston thrashed Potters Bar Town 4-1 at Garden Walk in the other meeting of sides from the same division, with Kaan Fehmi scoring twice.

A poor start saw Leighton Town trailling to a 15th minute own goal at Corinthian-Casuals, but the Reds staged a fightback to win 3-1 courtesy of a stunning Philip Draycott strike and two second half goals from leading scorer Danny Watson and earn a trip to Ryman Premier Division side Leiston in the next round.

Uxbridge also knocked out Ryman League counterparts, drawing 2-2 with Romford after extra time before advancing 4-3 on penalties.


FA Trophy Roundup

Sunday 19 October 2014 - 10:16 pm | Added by: Admin to First Team, Club News | | Used tags: ,

It was a largely disappointing FA Trophy campaign for the majority of Southern League Division One Central sides this weekend, with only five sides reaching the first qualiying round, eleven sides exiting the competition at the first hurdle, and a further six requiring replays to determine their fate.

The two all-Division One Central clashes ended level, with Chalfont St. Peter drawing 1-1 against AFC Hayes for the second time in four days following their midweek Red Insure Cup tie, whilst Potters Bar Town threw away a two-goal advantage at home to Royston Town, eventually drawing 2-2.

Also requiring midweek replays will be Uxbridge, who drew 1-1 at Ryman League Division One North outfit Romford, and Leighton Town, whose 90th minute Gary Ridgeway goal earned them a 3-3 draw against Corinthian Casuals at Bell Close.

A thriller at The Eyrie saw Bedford Town win by the odd goal in seven, as they edged out Chipstead of the Ryman League Division One South. A Tom Liversedge hat-trick had helped the Eagles to a 4-0 lead after fifty minutes, but a three-goal fightback from the visitors made for a tense end to the game, eventually going Bedford's way 4-3.

Northwood enjoyed a victory of more comfortable margin, as they picked up a first win in three games by beating Waltham Abbey 3-1 at home and they join Egham Town and Kettering Town, who both won by 2-1 scorelines at home against Bridgwater Town (Southern League Division One South & West) and Lincoln United (Evo-Stik Northern Division One South) respectively.

The only side winning away from home were Aylesbury FC, the Moles securing an impressive 2-1 win at Tooting & Mitcham United - going well in Ryman League Division One South - with goals coming from Aston Goss and Brian Haule.

Going out of the competition on Saturday were: Barton Rovers, Beaconsfield SYCOB, Bedworth United, Daventry Town, Godalming Town, Hanwell Town, Marlow, North Greenford United, Rugby Town and St Ives Town.

Barton's trip overseas to the Channel Islands ended in disappointment and a 4-0 defeat, whilst Bedworth were also left with a similarly poor away result as they were beaten 5-2 at Leek Town of the Evo-Stik Northern Division One South.

Bottom of the table Beaconsfield were thrased 4-0 at home by Faversham Town, whilst fellow strugglers North Greenford were also defeated at home by Ryman League opponents in Chatham Town, 1-0.

St Ives Town, Godalming Town and Marlow all lost out to Southern League Division One South & West counterparts, St Ives beaten 1-0 at home to South & West leaders Stratford Town, whose 170-mile round trip wasn't in vain, Godalming downed by an 85th minute goal in a 3-2 defeat in Dorset at Wimborne Town, whilst Marlow's rather shorter trip to Didcot Town brought about a 3-1 loss.

Elsewhere, even another Lewis Putman goal - his 14th of the season - couldn't prevent a 2-1 loss for Hanwell Town after a long journey to Dereham Town.

Daventry and Rugby both fruitlessly took on Northern League sides, with the former, reportedly struggling off the pitch of late, beaten 2-0 at Romulus, and the latter losing 1-0 at home to Stafford Rangers.

Finally, on Sunday, Aylesbury United became the eleventh eliminated team when they lost an entertaining encounter 3-2 at home to Thamesmead Town.


Mead prove too strong for Ducks

Sunday 19 October 2014 - 9:11 pm | Added by: Ian Pluck to Club News, First Team | | Used tags: ,

Following their exit from the Red Insure Cup in midweek at the hands of local rivals Chesham, Aylesbury United were looking to bounce back to form in this afternoon’s FA Trophy tie at home to Ryman League Thamesmead Town.  On paper this looked to be an evenly matched contest, with our opponents having had a similar start to their season following their relegation from the Ryman Premier League last season.  Over the course of 90 minutes it was indeed an even contest, with both sides holding the upper hand at different times as the match progressed.  It was to be the visitors that left with the win though, as the Ducks bowed out of the Trophy at the first hurdle.

The visitors started the match well and took the lead in the 21st minute, but the Ducks hit back strongly and took a 2-1 lead into half time thanks to goals from skipper Jack Wood and Jason Blackett. 

In the second half, the Ducks made most of the running, but were undone by 2 goals in 2 minutes in the last 15 minutes.  Despite a late rally when Shaun Owens had a shot saved at point blank range by the visiting goalkeeper, and home keeper Jack Sillitoe made an appearance in the opposite penalty area as the Ducks pressed for the equaliser, it wasn’t to be and The Ducks exited the FA Trophy at the first hurdle.

» Match Report


Thamesmead Match Preview

Thursday 16 October 2014 - 10:30 am | Added by: Admin to Club News, First Team | | Used tags: , ,

Aylesbury United kick off their FA Trophy campaign this SUNDAY, with a first ever meeting with Thamesmead Town.

Our match preview is online now.

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Evo-Stik Southern League Reborn

Wednesday 15 October 2014 - 2:27 pm | Added by: Admin to Club News, First Team | |

Leading adhesives and sealants provider Bostik has agreed a two year deal to sponsor The Southern Football League, furthering its support of grassroots football through its well-known brand Evo-Stik.

The deal sees Evo-Stik pick up sponsorship for the remainder of the 2014/2015 season and then into 2016, with an option for a third successive term. The rekindling of the successful relationship between Bostik and the League sees the creation of the newly branded ‘Evo-Stik League Southern’.

Dale Poulton, Commercial Director of Bostik UK comments, “We’ve worked hard to get this deal in place, we have a proven relationship with this tier of football and it helps us achieve great things for Bostik and the Evo-Stik brand.

Over the next few weeks clubs and fans will see the re-introduction of Evo-Stik branding into grounds, shirts and collateral as part of the newly formed partnership.

Ken Turner, Chairman of the Evo-Stik League Southern concludes, “The League, now in its one hundred and twenty first season encompasses some 68 clubs that rely on the financial support that sponsorship generates and teaming up again with a household name like Evo-Stik is certainly welcome news for everyone involved.”


MiniDucks Goes Indoors

Wednesday 15 October 2014 - 1:11 pm | Added by: James Byrne to Juniors, Club News | |

Starting from this Saturday, 18th October, our MiniDucks sessions will be from 10:15 until 11:30am in the Sports Hall at The Grange School, Wendover Way, Aylesbury HP21 7NH.

We have taken this step to ensure that the enjoyment and development of our future superstars is not adversely affected by the weather over the coming winter months.

The sessions for girls and boys in Reception and Year 1 act as an introduction to football in a safe, relaxed environment and we hope that as many of the children as possible progress to the U7 teams of the future and stay with the club for years to come.

No need to book, just come along to a session (which are inside) with suitable clothing, footwear, shinpads and plenty of drink.

All coaches are minimum of FA Level 1 qualified which encompasses Safeguarding Children & Emergency First Aid qualifications and are Enhanced CRB checked

Your first session is free of charge, each subsequent session is £3. Sessions will last for 1 hour and 15 minutes with participants taking part in fun games, skills sessions and a match.

If you have any questions and would like to get in touch then email

Please see poster linked here advertising the MiniDucks football sessions. Please request that your local school, shop, community centre etc display this on their notice boards


Red Insure Cup Roundup

Wednesday 15 October 2014 - 10:40 am | Added by: Admin to First Team, Club News | | Used tags: ,

The Red Insure Cup is in full swing with 23 ties played on Tuesday night, and a further 3 on Monday evening.

With the competition going straight to penalty kicks after 90 minutes, five matches enjoyed/endured the drama of a spot kick shootout - with Division One Central sides Chalfont St. Peter and Royston Town amongst those successful on penalties.

Chalfont and AFC Hayes - two sides who have both been struggling at the wrong end of the Division One Central table - drew 1-1 at Mill Meadow, with Kurt Morlese scoring his first goal of the season to level in the 74th minute after Lee McManus had given Hayes the lead just two minutes earlier. Saints went on to win the penalty shootout 6-5.

Royston - who crushed Aylesbury 6-0 in the same competition last season - knocked out Premier Division side St. Neots Town 4-2 on penalties following a 2-2 draw, the Crows racing into a 2-0 lead afer 17 minutes courtesy of Ryan Ingrey, who recently returned from a loan spell at St Ives, and Reece Dobson, before the visitors drew level in the second half.

An eight-goal thriller at Creasey Park saw Dunstable Town and their Bedfordshire neighbours Barton Rovers draw 4-4, as a flurry of late goals saw four strikes in the closing twelve minutes, Dunstable's Steven Gregory scoring in stoppage time to force penalties, which Dunstable won 5-4.

Also winning on penalties were Bridgwater Town, whose local all-Division One South & West derby with Taunton Town attracted 225 spectators and finished 2-2 at full time, 5-4 on penalties, and North Leigh, who took on Didcot Town in a similarly local derby, and came from 3-0 down to draw 3-3 and then win 4-2 in the shootout.

Biggest win of the night went to Chesham United, who thrashed Bucks rivals Aylesbury United 5-0, whilst also scoring five were Godalming Town, who beat fellow Division One Central side Northwood 5-1 at Weycourt.

Premier Division Banbury United exited the comptition to a Division One side for the third season running, as Daventry Town caused an upset by winning 5-3 at Spencer Stadium, with with striker Mitchell Piggon scoring twice.

They became one of three Division One sides to knock out Premier Division counterparts, with Egham Town beating Slough Town 4-2, and St Ives Town winning for the first time in four games to beat Cambridgeshire neighbours Histon 2-1 at home.

Elsewhere, there were four more all Division One Central encounters: with Aylesbury FC beating Potters Bar Town 2-1, Rugby Town winning 3-1 at Bedworth United, Uxbridge's recent resurgence was brought to an end by Marlow's 1-0 win, whilst North Greenford United beat very near neighbours Hanwell Town 4-2 at home, with Eugene Asante continuing the fine start to his Greenford career with a hat-trick taking his tally to 5 goals in 3 games as the hosts came from two-goals down to win.

Two sides new to Division One South & West saw promoted Sholing beat relegated Bashley 4-2 on their own turf, but there were better fortunes for another relegated former Premier Divisions side, AFC Totton, who won 2-0 at Fleet Town in another all-Division One South & West tie, and another went the way of Yate Town, who beat strugglers Clevedon Town 2-1.

The biggest crowd of the night - 362 - was to be found at the Wessex Stadium, where Weymouth did enough to see off old rivals Dorchester Town in a south coast battle that saw Ed Palmer eventually hit the winner as the Terras were twice pegged back before winning 3-2.

Having also found the target in a 1-1 league encounter between the two just a week earlier, Kelvin Bossman scored twice against his old club Cambridge City in a 2-1 win for Biggleswade Town, who had to come from behind, and another all-Premier Division clashes saw Paulton Rovers also come from behind, winning 2-1 at Chippenham Town.

A goal three minutes from time by Harry May saw Corby Town edge out a local derby with Kettering Town 1-0, with Poole Town also knocking out Division One rivals by winning 3-0 at home to Wimborne Town, as did Truro City, who came from behind to win 2-1 at Tiverton Town. 

On Monday night Division One Central side Beaconsfield SYCOB took on Burnham in a Buckinghamshire derby with added spice - visiting manager Gary Meakin having made the defection over the summer with the majority of SYCOB's playing squad - with the higher ranked side coming out on top in a 4-1 win at Holloways Park.

Elsewhere, an all-Premier Division local derby saw Hitchin Town and Arlesey Town draw 2-2, the Canaries twice pegged back before Rufus Brevett's Arlesey eventually won 6-5 on penalties, whilst Redditch United thrashed South & West Division strugglers Bishops Cleeve 9-2 with Jermaine Hylton scoring four times.

Leighton Town had already progressed to the second round, having beaten Bedford Town 4-2 on penalties when the sides met on a free Saturday back in September.


Ducks Well Beaten at Chesham

Tuesday 14 October 2014 - 9:32 pm | Added by: Admin to First Team, Club News | | Used tags: ,

Aylebury United's Red Insure Cup campaign came to an early end as they were comprehensively beaten 5-0 at Chesham United.

The beleagured Ducks, who lost 4-0 at Bedworth United at the weekend, mirrored that performance with a decent first half performance yet trailed 2-0 at the interval - both goals the result of defensive errors.

A first half penalty save kept Chesham's two goal advantage in tact, but after the break was a different story as the Generals scored three without response.

In truth, the final score could have been much higher for the hosts, who missed a number of sitters and found Jack Sillitoe in good form between the sticks, whilst Aylesbury opted to withdraw Jack Wood, Stacey Field and Jake Bewley for most of the second half.

A sobering night at The Meadow for boss Tony Joyce, who, after four straight defeats, must now look to raise his troops ahead of Sunday's FA Trophy game against Thamesmead Town.

» Match Report


Chesham Match Preview

Monday 13 October 2014 - 09:54 am | Added by: Admin to Club News, First Team | | Used tags: , ,

Aylesbury United make a first trip to The Meadow - their former groundsharing home - since 2010 on Tuesday night as they take on Chesham United in the Red Insure Cup First Round.

Our match preview is available now on the link below.

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Division One Central/FA Cup Roundup

Saturday 11 October 2014 - 8:51 pm | Added by: Admin to Club News, First Team | |

League leaders Kettering Town lost ground at the top of the table with a 1-0 home defeat to in-form Uxbridge, with Craig Tomkins scoring the decisive goal just before the interval to give Tony Choules's side a fourth straight league win.

Potters Bar Town moved up to second with a 4-2 win over Beaconsfield SYCOB, a side at the opposite end of both the league and form table - now rooted to the bottom having suffered a third straight defeat. James Ewington, having scored five against Chalfont St. Peter in midweek, was on the scoresheet again for the Scholars.

Up to third are Hanwell Town, who inflicted a heaviest defeat of the season - 4-1 - on Royston Town, league top scorer Lewis Putman netting his first hat-trick of the campaign to take his tally to thirteen.

Just behind Putman in the scorer's chart is Daniel Dubidat on eleven, as his side, Bedworth United, are just behind Hanwell Town in the table. Dubidat's hat-trick helped the Greenbacks to a 4-0 win against another out of form team, Aylesbury United.

Godalming Town made it four games unbeaten, as they condemned Leighton Town to a 4-0 defeat at Bell Close, former Aylesbury defender Dan Hart scoring an own goal as the Reds were unable to build on their 4-1 midweek win over AFC Hayes.

Also securing a big win away from home were Bedford Town, who won for only the second time in eleven matches and condemned the Moles to a third straight defeat, the Eagles claiming a 5-1 victory at Haywood Way.

Egham Town's new manager Luke Muldowney extended his winning start to two games, as two goals from top scorer Reis Stanislaus helped the Sarnies to a 3-0 win at Marlow, and climb two places to seventh in the league.

At the bottom of the table, AFC Hayes claimed another important point, to move two points clear of bottom place, as an 86th minute penalty from Tobi Akinjirin salvaged a 2-2 draw after Ismael Ehui's two goals had earlier put Northwood 2-0 ahead.

Lastly, there was another 2-2 draw at Butlin Road, as Rugby Town twice let a lead slip against St Ives Town. David Kolodynski's 12th minute opener was cancelled out by Ben Seymour-Shove ten minutes later, before Seb Lake-Gaskin scored after 70 minutes only for the Saints to come back again through Jordan Lambert.

Division One Central Links: Fixtures & Results | League Table | Top Scorers | Attendances

The last two remaining Southern League Division One Central representatives, Barton Rovers and Chalfont St. Peter, were both knocked out of the competition.

Barton Rovers went down to a 1-0 home defeat against Ryman League outfit Canvey Island, whilst Chalfont were beaten 4-1 at Southern League Division One South & West side Evesham United, despite taking a sixth minute lead through Remmell Clarke.


Sleepy Ducks Go To Bedworth

Saturday 11 October 2014 - 4:36 pm | Added by: Admin to First Team, Club News | | Used tags: ,

Aylesbury United were twice caught cold by first half corner kicks, as they rather harshly trailed Bedworth United 2-0 at half time, but a disappointing second half showing saw the Ducks eventually lose out 4-0.

Making themselves at home on the Greenbacks' superb new 3G surface, Aylesbury played some of their best football of the season and created the better of the first half openings.

But two defensive lapses allowed the hosts to take a commanding lead, with Danny Dubidat netting twice.

After the break was a different story, and Bedworth deserve maximum credit for effectively closing the game out as Dubidat completed his hat-trick with a well taken third, and then Alex Naughton added his name to the scoresheet.

With a depleted squad, Aylesbury were unable to make any impact changes to swing fortunes in their favour, and sunk to an unflattering third straight defeat.

» Match Report


Under-18 County Cup Derby This Weekend

Friday 10 October 2014 - 08:26 am | Added by: Admin to Juniors, Club News | |

This Sunday, 12th October, Aylesbury United under-18s take on Aylesbury FC in the Berks & Bucks County Youth Cup 1st Round.

The game takes place on the Fairford Leys football pitches, kicking off at 11am.

All support would be much appreciated at an important match for the young Ducks.


Bedworth United Match Preview

Thursday 09 October 2014 - 10:15 am | Added by: Admin to Club News, First Team | |

Aylesbury United make their longest away trip of the season (in terms of mileage) this Saturday when they travel to Warwickshire to face Bedworth United.

Our match preview is available now on the link below.

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County Cup Drawn *Updated*

Wednesday 08 October 2014 - 3:04 pm | Added by: Admin to First Team, Club News | | Used tags: ,

The draw for the Berks & Bucks Senior Cup Quarter Final was announced today.

Aylesbury United will face a home tie against fellow Southern League Division One Central side Chalfont St. Peter.

Update: The date of this tie has now been set for Wednesday 12th November, kick off 7.45pm.

The full Quarter Final draw is as follows:

Hungerford Town vs Maidenhead United
Chesham United vs Beaconsfield SYCOB
Marlow vs Burnham
Aylesbury United vs Chalfont St. Peter


Division One Central Roundup

Wednesday 08 October 2014 - 10:27 am | Added by: Admin to Club News, First Team | | Used tags: ,

With nearest rivals Royston Town slipping to defeat, league leaders Kettering Town extended their advantage at the top of the table to five points with a handsome 4-0 win at struggling Bedford Town, Dubi Ogbonna and Jamie Clifton scoring two goals each.

The Crows remain second, despite losing their six-game unbeaten league run with a 2-1 defeat at Egham Town, but Potters Bar Town and Hanwell Town both gained places, into 3rd and 4th respectively, overtaking Aylesbury FC who were otherwise occupied with county cup action.

Potters Bar won a remarkable eleven-goal thriller at Chalfont St. Peter, as James Ewington netted five times (four in the opening 31 minutes) to give the Scholars a commanding lead in a Mill Meadow goal frenzy which brought an end to Chalfont's ten-game unbeaten streak in all competitions.

Meanwhile, Hanwell survived a last minute penalty - saved by goalkeeper Alex Tokarczyk against his former side - to beat Aylesbury United 2-1, with league leading scorer Lewis Putman netting his tenth of the season.

Bedworth United recovered after two straight defeats by inflicting a fifth game without a win on St. Ives Town, as the Greenbacks won 3-1 at Westwood Road with Alex Naughton scoring twice.

Both Barton Rovers and Uxbridge made it three wins on the spin with Rovers beating Rugby Town 2-0 at home, and Uxbridge - who were not so long ago down amongst the relegation spots - seeing off bottom of the table Beaconsfield SYCOB 3-2 - who had staged a fightback to come from two-goals behind before the hosts scored the winning third.

AFC Hayes, bouyed after their first two wins of the season came in succession, were brought back to earth on their second trip to Bell Close in three days. Having beaten Aylesbury United at the weekend, landlords Leighton Town's Danny Watson scored a hat-trick to help the Reds to a 4-1 win.

The win saw Leighton leapfrog North Greenford United, who were unable to build on their weekend win over Bedford as they went down to a 2-1 defeat at Marlow. Eugene Asante had scored his second goal in two games since joining Greenford to level the match, only for a 92nd minute Lee Barney penalty - his second goal of the game - to sink the visitors.

Lastly, a hard fought game at Northwood Park saw Northwood and Godalming Town share the spoils in a 1-1 draw, where Godalming's Jack Mazzone's penalty at the very end of the first half cancelled out Nana Asamoah's opener.

Division One Central Links: Fixtures & Results | League Table | Top Scorers | Attendances


Penalty Save Costs Ducks Dear

Tuesday 07 October 2014 - 9:27 pm | Added by: Admin to First Team, Club News | | Used tags: ,

An up and down birthday for Stacey Field saw the Aylesbury striker give his side the lead at Hanwell Town, before seeing a late penalty saved as the hosts ran out 2-1 winners.

The first half was evenly contested with Jason Blackett - on his first appearance of the season - spurning the best chance early on when he fired wide.

Field tapped home after former Aylesbury goalkeeper Alex Tokarczyk could only parry Steve Hatch's shot straight to him, but it was the keeper who had the last laugh when he saved the weak last minute penalty.

Prior to that the Geordies had overturned United's lead with league leading scorer Lewis Putman instrumental, swivelling in the box to score the equaliser and then creating a superb second for strike partner Bill Healey soon afterwards.

The end to the match was end to end but it was a wasted chance for a point by the visitors who now make a long journey to Warwickshire at the weekend to face Bedworth United.

» Match Report


Hanwell Town Match Preview

Monday 06 October 2014 - 10:43 am | Added by: Admin to Club News, First Team | | Used tags: , ,

Aylesbury United travel to Hanwell Town on Tuesday evening looking to bounce back after a disappointing weekend defeat.

Our match preview is available now.

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New Club Sponsor

Monday 06 October 2014 - 08:28 am | Added by: Admin to Club News, First Team | |

Aylesbury United are proud and priveleged to announce Pertemps as our latest sponsor.

Pertemps are a massive employer for warehouse temporary staff. Their programme advertisment is attached.

We thank them for their commitment and support and look forward to a mutual and long relationship with them.

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Division One Central Roundup

Saturday 04 October 2014 - 6:53 pm | Added by: Admin to First Team, Club News | | Used tags: , ,

After a poor week which saw them lose three times in all competitions, including a 3-2 defeat at Marlow on their last league outing, league leaders Kettering Town bounced back with a 2-1 win at struggling Beaconsfield SYCOB with Dubi Ogbonna and Alfie Taylor giving a commanding early lead before Lee Thompson pulled one back for the hosts.

SYCOB are now bottom of the pile as a result, with previous basement side AFC Hayes ending Aylesbury United's three game winning streak in the league with a 1-0 win at Bell Close, building on last weekend's first league win of the season.

Aylesbury FC's run was also ended, as they went down to a 3-1 loss at Uxbridge, who completed back to back league wins for the first time this season in the process, meaning Royston Town move back into 2nd position as Craig Hammond scored twice in their 3-1 home win over Marlow.

Potters Bar Town remain fourth despite losing a rollercoaster encounter 3-2 at Godalming Town. Darren Wheeler had given the G's an early lead, before Lamar Simpson just after the break and then James Ewington replied to give the Scholars a lead, only for Jack Mazzone and then a 90th minute Wheeler penalty to seal Godalming's win.

A first goal in Daventry Town colours for Mitchell Piggon and Josh O'Grady's goal two minutes into stoppage time completed a 2-0 win for against Leighton Town, with the Purple Army recovering having lost to AFC Hayes last weekend, and condeming the Reds to a fourth straight defeat and second bottom in the league.

Also down at the bottom, North Greenford United took an important three points as they beat surprise strugglers Bedford Town 2-0 at home. Eugene Asante scored on his debut, ironically against his former club, before Jack Hutchinson doubled the lead six minutes later.

Bedworth United lost a second successive game as they let a lead slip in losing 2-1 at home to fellow mid-table team Northwood, whilst Rugby Town claimed the biggest win of the day as David Kolodynski hit a brace in a 4-1 win at Egham Town.

Gaining a league place with their third home win of the season, Barton Rovers saw off Hanwell Town 3-1 at Sharpenhoe Road, with Keshi Anderson, Alex Condon and JJ Brown all on target for the hosts.

Lastly, early goals from Ben Seymour-Shove (19) and Alex Paine (8) for St. Ives Town and Chalfont St. Peter respectively saw honours even in the battle of the Saints, 1-1 the final score.

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Hayes Halt Ducks Run

Saturday 04 October 2014 - 4:33 pm | Added by: Admin to First Team, Club News | | Used tags: ,

A poor afternoon at Bell Close saw Aylesbury United's good run halted by bottom of the table AFC Hayes, who took a 1-0 win.

After four straight wins the script was almost predictible as the Ducks just didn't perform.

Ricardo Faux-James scored the deciding goal in the first half when he latched onto a defensive mistake and finished clinically.

United tried to get back into proceedings and visiting keeper Sam Mazurek was largely the busier custodian, but he didn't have a serious save to make in the second period as a frustrating match ran away from United.

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Ladies & Girls Teams Looking For Players

Thursday 02 October 2014 - 1:21 pm | Added by: Andy Foster to Ladies, Club News | |

The Ladies and Girls teams are now becoming established but the section is on the lookout for more players at every age group as well as helpers

We offer a pathway for female footballers from Under 8’s to the Senior Team and initially have teams playing at Under 8, Under 10, Under 12, Under 14, Under 15, Under 16 and Ladies, but we are looking to fill in the gaps to provide teams playing at every age group

If you are interested, or know somebody who is, please contact ;

Ladies & Under 18’s – Mark Rogers 07719 389032

Under 8’s to Under 16’s - David Elliot 07749 810267

or email


AFC Hayes Match Preview

Thursday 02 October 2014 - 09:25 am | Added by: Admin to First Team, Club News | | Used tags: , ,

This Saturday Aylesbury host bottom of the table AFC Hayes at Bell Close, looking for a fifth straight win in all competitions.

Our preview of the match is available now.

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