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22/2 -  Cray Wanderers  1-4  Terrors

Whilst Chase O’Neil was an appropriate scorer of  our 100th league goal, the evenings key strike was surely that of Ashley Robinson just seconds before half time.

“Deadly”Dan Clements gave Terrors an early lead, but few could argue that Cray were worth their equaliser in a half that was dominated by their big, yet skilful, central spine.  

However, Robinsons close range net buster must have had a devastating effect (along, no doubt, with a constructive half time team talk) as second half waters seemed much calmer even before O’Neils 51st minute milestone.  With the match in the bag the final kick (head in fact) of the game provided “Deadly” with a well deserved second score.

London Senior Cup

We now know that our quarter final involves a trip to dog kennel hill after our neighbours defeated Barkingside.

Winners at home to Wimbledon reserves or Cray Valley in the semi-final.

Radio Terrors

Manager Frank Wilson amd skipper Sol Patterson-Bohner were guests on the back of the Net show, broadcast on SUSY radio.  Link HERE to tune in or catch it on their Listen again service.

18/2 -  Lewes  1-5  Terrors

The score line says it all as a bumper bog end crowd watched the Terrors rip one of their main promotion rivals to shreds.

Chace O’Neil got the ball rolling with a stunning loop over the home keeper, a lead that was doubled by a wonderfully misjudged defensive header.

Two penalties (converted by Jordan Wilson and Billy Dunn), sandwiched a little Sandy Cuningham gem to seal a fine victory on a cabbage patch of a field. Report

11/2 -  Terrors  2-0  Sittingbourne

Tooting maintained their lead at the top of the table with seventh straight league win.

 Mike Dixon again created first half panic in the visiting defence to create another ‘Greenwich’ type opening that he duly dispatched. Any thoughts of a Sittingbourne revival were snuffed out in the 69th minute when the tricky Dan Clements was felled in the area, allowing Jordan Wilson to bag the second.

Cameo appearances from Kevin MacLaren and Billy Dunn provided hints that there may be better still to come. Report


Sat 25th February  3pm

Ryman South






The annual Bloodwise charity match has been set for

Sunday 7th May

Details on times or how to get involved coming very soon