Wealdstone 3 Leiston 1, Sat 23 Nov 2013

Match Reports
  Wealdstone cruised to their fourth league win on the bounce and looked very comfortable against a Leiston side that ended the game with ten men after Blues Stuart Boardley received his marching orders following a second yellow card offence. Stones could easily have more than doubled their tally but a combination of wayward finishing and an excellent display by Blues keeper Danny Gay somehow kept the score down. As a result of this win Stones moved up to third in the table now only three points adrift but with games in hand over current leaders Kingstonian and AFC Hornchurch. (more…)
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Cray Wanderers 0 Wealdstone 3, Sat 16 Nov 2013

Match Reports
Stones travelled to Hayes Lane on Saturday in their first Ryman Premier away fixture since early September looking to do the double over Cray Wanderers. Having steamrollered the Wands earlier in the season anyone thinking that this would be a walk in the park was mistaken. The hosts were a different proposition on their own turf with a changed management team providing a much more resilient, energetic and robust approach. Stones lined up with Jonathan North in goal with two banks of four, Johnny Wright in the ‘hole’ behind Scott McLeish as the sole forward. (more…)
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Maidstone United 1 Wealdstone 0, Tue 5 Nov 2013

Match Reports
Despite dominating for long periods in this crucial and exciting FA Trophy replay at the Gallagher Stadium on Tuesday evening, Wealdstone again lived up to their growing ‘nearly men’ epithet in excruciating style by conceding a goal after 92 minutes play. But this result was made all the more frustrating as at least five gilt edged scoring chances were squandered, including a trio of ‘sitters’ for the experienced but out of luck striker Scott  McGleish whom one must feel for in the circumstances. (more…)
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Wealdstone 2 Maidstone United 2, Sat 2 Nov 2013

Match Reports
It almost seems churlish to criticise Wealdstone for their defensive shortcomings in this pulsating FA Trophy tie involving two sides who expect to continue battling it out for league honours to the bitter end of the current season. Stones first half performance was described by their Manager Gordon Bartlett as ‘outstanding’ and rightly so as the home side comprehensively outplayed their lofty visitors for virtually the whole of a hugely entertaining first period and took a two goal lead that could, and should, have been three or four. (more…)
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