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2006/2007 - Results, Scorers

2006/2007




DATE


OPPONENTS


H/A


COMPETITION


RESULT


SCORERS


Sat 12th Aug


Bedford Town


A


Conference South


1-1


Darren Wheeler


Tue 15th Aug


Hayes


H


Conference South


2-1


Matt Bound, Steve Forbes


Sat 19th Aug


Welling United


H


Conference South


1-3


Steve Forbes


Tue 22nd Aug


Dorchester Town


A


Conference South


0-1


----


Sat 26th Aug


Fisher Athletic


A


Conference South


1-3


Darren Wheeler


Mon 28th Aug


Havant & Waterlooville


H


Conference South


0-1


----


Sat 2nd Sep


Braintree Town


A


Conference South


1-1


Jefferson Louis


Sat 9th Sep


Sutton United


H


Conference South


1-0


Brian Dutton


Tue 12th Sep


Salisbury City


A


Conference South


0-1


----


Sat 16th Sep


Thurrock


H


Conference South


1-1


Wayne Purser


Sat 23rd Sep


Newport County


A


Conference South


1-3


Wayne Purser


Sat 30th Sep


Gloucester City


H


FA Cup 2nd Qual. Round


3-2


Andy Forbes 2, Jamie Brown


Fri 6th Oct


Yeading


H


Conference South


1-4


Andy Forbes


Tue 10th Oct


Brockenhurst


H


Hants Senior Cup


6-1


Danny Smith, Zach Glasspool 3, Adam Roberts 2


Sat 14th Oct


Salisbury City


H


FA Cup 3rd Qual. Round


0-1


----


Sat 21st Oct


Weston-super-Mare


A


Conference South


3-3


Andy Forbes 3


Sat 28th Oct


Histon


H


Conference South


1-0


Andy Forbes


Sat 4th Nov


Farnborough Town


A


Conference South


0-1


----


Sat 18th Nov


Cambridge City


A


Conference South


0-2


----


Sat 25th Nov


AFC Wimbledon


A


FA Trophy 3rd Qual. Round


1-1


Darren Wheeler


Tue 28th Nov


AFC Wimbledon


H


FA Trophy 3rd Qual. Round Replay


2-2 AET (Wimbledon won 4-2 on penalties)


David Hughes, Steve West


Sat 2nd Dec


Bognor Regis Town


H


Conference South


0-4


----


Tue 5th Dec


VTFC


H


Hants Senior Cup


1-0


Andy Forbes


Sat 9th Dec


Bishop's Stortford


A


Conference South


1-1


Carl Wilson-Denis


Tue 12th Dec


Gosport Borough


H


Russell Cotes Cup


0-3


----


Sat 16th Dec


Cambridge City


H


Conference South


0-1


----


Tue 26th Dec


Basingstoke Town


A


Conference South


1-0


Andy Forbes


Sat 30th Dec


Eastbourne Borough


A


Conference South


0-0


----


Mon 1st Jan


Basingstoke Town


H


Conference South


3-1


Andy Forbes 2, Carl Wilson-Denis


Sat 20th Jan


Salisbury City


H


Conference South


0-1


----


Sat 27th Jan


Thurrock


A


Conference South


1-1


Steve Watts (pen)


Sat 3rd Feb


Lewes


A


Conference South


3-0


Jamie Brown, Andy Forbes 2


Tue 6th Feb


Lewes


H


Conference South


0-0


----


Sat 17th Feb


Bognor Regis Town


A


Conference South


0-0


----


Tue 20th Feb


Sutton United


A


Conference South


2-2


Andy Forbes, Steve Watts


Sat 3rd Mar


Histon


A


Conference South


0-1


----


Sat 10th Mar


Farnborough


H


Conference South


3-1


Karim El-Salahi, Andy Forbes, Steve Watts


Mon 12th Mar


Newport County


H


Conference South


3-1


Andy Forbes 2 (1 pen), Danny Smith


Thu 15th Mar


Aldershot Town


H


Hampshire Senior Cup


0-1


----


Sat 17th Mar


Welling United


A


Conference South


1-2


Andy Forbes


Fri 23rd Mar


Bedford Town


H


Conference South


2-0


Liam Green, Steve Watts


Sat 31st Mar


Hayes


A


Conference South


1-2


Andy Forbes


Sat 7th Apr


Fisher Athletic


H


Conference South


4-0


Carl Wilson-Denis, Steve West, Steve Watts, Andy Forbes


Mon 9th Apr


Havant & Waterlooville


A


Conference South


1-1


Ian Oliver


Wed 11th Apr


Eastbourne Borough


H


Conference South


1-1


Danny Smith


Sat 14th Apr


Dorchester Town


H


Conference South


1-1


Andy Forbes


Tue 17th Apr


Braintree Town


H


Conference South


0-3


----


Sat 21st Apr


Weston-Super-Mare


H


Conference South


1-1


Steve Watts


Tue 24th Apr


Bishop’s Stortford


H


Conference South


1-1


Andy Forbes


Sat 28th Apr


Yeading


A


Conference South


1-4


Andy Forbes 2, Steve West, Chris Collins

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