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2009/2010 - Results, Scorers

2009/2010



DATE


OPPONENTS


H/A


COMPETITION


RESULT


SCORER/s


Sat 8th Aug


Braintree Town


H


Blue Square South


1-2


Andy Forbes


Tue 11th Aug


Weymouth


A


Blue Square South


5-0


Danny Smith 2, Shaun McAuley, Andy Forbes, Ian Oliver


Sat 15th Aug


St. Albans City


A


Blue Square South


1-2


Shaun McAuley


Tue 18th Aug


Bromley


H


Blue Square South


6-1


Andy Forbes 2, Jamie Brown, Tom Jordan, Peter Adeniyi, Aaron Martin


Sat 22nd Aug


Thurrock


A


Blue Square South


2-3


Anthony Riviere, Tom Jordan


Sat 29th Aug


Dover Athletic


H


Blue Square South


1-2


Anthony Riviere


Mon 31st Aug


Woking


A


Blue Square South


0-0


-----


Sat 5th Sep


Staines Town


H


Blue Square South


0-0


-----


Tue 8th Sep


Bath City


A


Blue Square South


2-0


Andy Forbes, Tom Jordan


Sat 12th Sep


Newport County


A


Blue Square South


1-5


Shaun McAuley


Sat 19th Sep


Chelmsford City


H


Blue Square South


3-1


Tom Jordan 2, Anthony Riviere


Sat 26th Sep


Witney United


H


FA Cup 2nd Qualifying Round


6-1


Brett Poate 2, James Taylor, Richard Gillespie, Shaun McAuley, Anthony Riviere


Sat 3rd Oct


Havant & Waterlooville


A


Blue Square South


2-2


Richard Gillespie 2


Sat 10th Oct


Basingstoke Town


H


FA Cup 3rd Qualifying Round


2-0


Richard Gillespie, Own Goal


Sat 17th Oct


Maidenhead United


H


Blue Square South


0-3


-----


Sat 24th Oct


Dover Athletic


A


FA Cup 4th Qualifying Round


5-3


Tony Taggart 2, Tom Jordan, Richard Gillespie, Andy Forbes


Tue 27th Oct


Hampton & Richmond Borough


H


Blue Square South


0-0


-----


Sat 31st Oct


Worcester City


H


Blue Square South


4-1


Andy Forbes, Richard Gillespie, Anthony Riviere, Tony Taggart


Sat 7th Nov


Barrow AFC


A


FA Cup 1st Round Proper


1-2


Andy Forbes


Tue 10th Nov


Dorchester Town


A


Blue Square South


2-1


Peter Adeniyi, Richard Gillespie


Sat 14th Nov


Lewes


H


Blue Square South


1-0


Own Goal


Sat 21st Nov


Lewes


H


FA Trophy 3rd Qualifying Round


1-1


Peter Adeniyi


Wed 25th Nov


Lewes


A


FA Trophy 3rd Qualifying Round - Replay


0-1


-----


Sat 28th Nov


Braintree Town


A


Blue Square South


1-1


Jamie Brown


Tue 8th Dec


Bishop’s Stortford


A


Blue Square South


1-0


Anthony Riviere


Wed 16th Dec


Weston-Super-Mare


H


Blue Square South


3-1


Tony Taggart 2, Andy Forbes


Sat 26th Dec


Basingstoke Town


H


Blue Square South


6-0


Richard Gillespie, Brett Poate, Andy Forbes, Anthony Riviere, Jamie White, Peter Adeniyi


Mon 28th Dec


Bromley


A


Blue Square South


0-3


-----


Sat 23rd Jan


Maidenhead United


A


Blue Square South


3-0


Tom Jordan, Andy Forbes, Richard Gillespie


Sat 30th Jan


Havant & Waterlooville


H


Blue Square South


0-1


-----


Tue 2nd Feb


Weymouth


H


Blue Square South


4-0


Richard Gillespie 2, Tom Jordan 2


Sat 6th Feb


Chelmsford City


A


Blue Square South


2-2


Richard Gillespie, Staforde Palmer


Wed 10th Feb


Newport County


H


Blue Square South


1-4


Staforde Palmer


Sat 13th Feb


Weston-Super-Mare


A


Blue Square South


2-2


Richard Gillespie, Andy Forbes


Sat 20th Feb


Thurrock


H


Blue Square South


2-8


Richard Gillespie, Peter Adeniyi


Tue 23rd Feb


Basingstoke Town


A


Blue Square South


1-0


Anthony Riviere


Sat 27th Feb


Staines Town


A


Blue Square South


2-1


Sam Butler, Own goal


Wed 3rd Mar


Lewes


A


Blue Square South


2-1


Ross Bottomley, Luke Wilkinson


Sat 6th Mar


St. Albans City


H


Blue Square South


0-1


-----


Sat 13th Mar


Bath City


H


Blue Square South


1-1


Ross Bottomley


Wed 17th Mar


Welling United


H


Blue Square South


1-3


Richard Gillespie


Sat 20th Mar


Hampton & Richmond Borough


A


Blue Square South


1-4


Sam Butler


Sat 3rd Apr


Dover Athletic


A


Blue Square South


1-2


Tom Jordan


Mon 5th Apr


Woking


H


Blue Square South


0-2


-----


Sat 10th Apr


Welling United


A


Blue Square South


2-1


Richard Gillespie, Ross Bottomley


Wed 14th Apr


Dorchester Town


H


Blue Square South


2-0


Sam Butler, Richard Gillespie (pen)


Sat 17th Apr


Bishops Stortford


H


Blue Square South


1-1


Sam Butler


Sat 24th Apr


Worcester City


A


Blue Square South


1-4


Richard Gillespie (pen)

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