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Monday 29th August 2016




Bassett, OG, OG

The points were shared in this six goal thriller at King Georges Field. Tooting made the early running with Taurean Roberts looking particularly dangerous having a couple of early efforts.

In the 12th minute the Terrors went ahead with Roberts heavily involved again when his powerful drive was beaten out by former United keeper Danny Bracken but only into the path of Danny Bassett who tapped in from point blank range. However a couple of minutes later Casuals were back on level terms when a free-kick from another ex Terror Jordan Clarke was headed in by Terry Murray.

Back came Tooting to edge in front again when a Jordan Wilson cross shot took a deflection and looped into the back of the net. In the 41st minute the home side were awarded a penalty after Josh Gallagher was brought down in the box, Josh Uzun easily converting the spot kick. Right on the stroke of half-time Tooting took the lead for the third time when a Claudiu Hoban corner was headed into his own net by Casuals defender Danny Dudley.


The Terrors started the second half well and only a brilliant save by Danny Bracken from Danny Bassett stopped Tooting extending their lead five minutes after the break. Soon after former Tooting favourite Jamie Byatt made a good run down the left and his low shot was well held by Matte Pierson.

After 65 minutes Matte Pierson conceded a corner and from the flag kick the ball appeared to hit a Tooting arm and the ref pointed to the spot. Up stepped Josh Uzun again to easily convert his second penalty. Sixteen minutes from time Casuals were reduced to ten men when Jordan Clarke was shown a second yellow. In the closing stages Casuals threw caution to the wind and created a couple of good chances but failed to take them and both teams had to settle for a share of the spoils.

Tooting & Mitcham Utd : Matte Pierson, Jordan Wilson, Cameron Karembo, Ashley Robinson, Sol Patterson-Bohner, Bashiru Alimi, Claudiu Hoban(Leon Lalor-Dell), Ollie Bennett, Danny Bassett, Billy Dunn(Mike Dixon), Taurean Roberts. Unused subs Quincy Rowe, Lee Hall, Kyle Merson.

Match report by Tim Marcus

Saturday 3rd September 2016





A good week for the Terrors as they went top of the league, had their best crowd of the season and celebrated former player Michail Antonio being called up for the full England squad. Horsham started the game well and Matte Pierson had to make a fine save in the third minute from Darren Boswell.

Tooting hit back with a couple of efforts from Claudio Hoban who was causing problems down the right flank and Ollie Bennett had a fine shot tipped over by visitors keeper Josh Pelling. Liam McDevitt had a chance for the Hornets as he broke through the Tooting ranks but his shot lacked power. Quincy Rowe who had an outstanding game for United saw a header from a Claudio Hoban corner go just the wrong side of the post.

Tooting’s pressure paid off in the 34th minute when Billy Dunn cut in from the right and fired in an unstoppable shot into the roof of the net a real goal of the season contender. Four minutes later it was 2-0 when a pin-point cross from Taurean Roberts was headed home by Billy Dunn.


After the break the Terrors had the chance of a third in the 67th minute when Danny Bassett made a good run and unselfishly crossed to Taurean Roberts who blasted over. Three minutes later out of the blue the spirited Horsham side pulled a goal back when the dangerous Terry Dodd fired in a low drive from 25 yards. In the 73rd minute the visitors were reduced to ten men when Matt Whitehead received a second yellow for a misplaced tackle.

In the closing stages Lee Hall had an effort well saved and Mike Dixon hit the post. This was United’s third home league win on the trot against Horsham breaking the stranglehold the visitors had for many years over the Terrors. Congratulations

to the team, the management not forgetting our loyal supporters for reaching the top of the league more of the same please.

Tooting & Mitcham Utd : Matte Pierson, Jordan Wilson, Cameron Karembo, Ashley Robinson(Bashiru Alimi), Quincy Rowe, Sol Patterson-Bohner, Claudio Hoban, Ollie Bennett(Lee Hall), Danny Bassett, Billy Dunn(Mike Dixon), Taurean Roberts. Unused subs Norley Botaka, Leon Lalor-Dell.

Match report by Ian Bullock

Tuesday 6th September 2016




Dunn, Roberts, Pierson

Tooting consolidated their position at the top of the table with a good 3-1 victory at Church Road. Billy Dunn continued his good run of form with another long range effort which nestled into the bottom corner of the net after just 5 minutes. In the 42nd

minute ex Terror Vernon Francis had a header saved by Matte Pierson and in first half stoppage time Matte made a really good stop from Karl Parker to preserve the Terrors lead going into the interval.


After the break United upped the pace and extended their lead after 50 minutes when Taurean Roberts knocked in from close range after a powerful Billy Dunn drive had come back off the woodwork. Midway through the second period Ollie Bennett made a good run and played in Taurean Roberts who fired over.

Six minutes from time Jordan Wilson crossed to Matt Price who just failed to convert. The home side were given a lifeline in the 87th minute when Roscoe D’Sane was on hand to slide home a cross from Dylan Ramazani. However in the Terrors next attack Matt Price sealed the points when he tapped in from close range after good work by Taurean Roberts. In stoppage time Matte Pierson had to make a really good save to deny Ramazani. During the first half Quincy Rowe received an accidental kick in the face which led to him being substituted at half-time we hope he is ok. Well done to all concerned on

another excellent display.

Tooting & Mitcham Utd : Matte Pierson, Jordan Wilson, Norley Botaka, Ashley Robinson, Quincy Rowe(Antonio Simeone), Sol Patterson-Bohner, Claudio Hoban(Leon Lalor-Dell), Ollie Bennett, Danny Bassett, Billy Dunn(Matt Price), Taurean Roberts. Unused subs Lee Hall, Bashiru Alimi.

Match report by Ian Bullock

Tuesday 10th September 2016




Lalor-Dell, Roberts(p), Price, Dunn

In a game that had everything Tooting came from behind to take the points in this seven goal thriller and get their first ever win at a very wet Whitehall Lane.

The home side took the lead in the 15th minute when an unmarked James McElligott slotted home and twelve minutes later Dan Moody made it 2-0. The Terrors pulled a goal back when Billy Dunn played in Leon Lalor-Dell just after the half hour mark and he lobbed over James Wastell. Five minutes later Matte Pierson made a brilliant stop to deny Michael Smith . In the 43rd minute South Park went further ahead when Nathan Ayling scored with a low free-kick which skidded in off the wet surface. With the last action of the first half Danny Bassett had a chance but snatched his shot wide.


Three minutes after the break the Terrors were back in it when a Billy Dunn shot was handled in the box and Taurean Roberts converted the penalty. In the 54th minute South Park were reduced to ten men when skipper Jerry O’Sullivan

received a second yellow. On the hour Ashley Robinson was unlucky with an overhead kick which rattled the crossbar.

South Park were then awarded a spot kick after Antonio Simeone was adjudged to have held an opponent but Matte Pierson made which proved to be a match winning save to keep out Joe Jacksons effort. Taurean Roberts was then a whisker away with a header and Ashley Robinson blasted over from close range. The United pressure paid off in the 81st minute when Jordan Wilson who had been pushed into midfield made a surging run and his cross was joyfully headed home by Matt Price. A

minute later a powerful Taurean Roberts free-kick crashed against the woodwork. Just when it looked like the game would end all square the inform Billy Dunn curled a shot into the net in the 90th minute after good work by Ollie Bennett. In stoppage time Ashley Robinson was shown a harsh red card.

The victory keeps the Terrors at the top of the league. Well done to the team and management for a great comeback not forgetting the superb Tooting fans who never stopped singing in the rain!

Tooting & Mitcham Utd : Matte Pierson, Jordan Wilson, Norley Botaka(Bashiru Alimi), Ashley Robinson, Antonio Simeone, Sol Patterson-Bohner, Leon Lalor-Dell(Lee Hall), Ollie Bennett, Danny Bassett(Matt Price), Billy Dunn, Taurean Roberts. Unused subs Claudiu Hoban, Cameron Karembo.

Match Report by Ian Bullock