Wealdstone FC 1 – 0 Welling United, Saturday 11th January 2020

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From wealdstone-fc.com Ten-man Wealdstone held on to secure a deserved 1-0 win against Welling United at The Vale in the National League South on Saturday afternoon. Michee Efete gave the league leaders a narrow half-time lead and grinded to another clean sheet in the second half after Michael Phillips’ red card provided a nervy finish. Dean Brennan freshened up the starting line-up with four changes from the side that lost at Billericay Town in midweek. New signing Moses Emmanuel came in alongside Efete, Connor Smith and Danny Green at the expense of Ross Lafayette, William Edjenguele, Adam Coombes and Jacob Mendy. Another new signing for the Stones featured on the bench, forward Kieron Cadogan is yet to play this season and began Saturday on the side-line. Both sides were fresh…
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Billericay Town 3 – 1 Wealdstone FC, Tuesday 7th January 2020

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From wealdstone-fc.com Table toppers Wealdstone travelled to New Lodge to face seventeenth placed Billericay Town on Tuesday evening, keen to bounce back to winning ways, and solidify their lead at the top of the National League South. Goals from Odysseus Alfa, Jake Robinson, and Femi Akinwande sealed an emphatic victory for Billericay, as Captain Jerome Okimo scored a late consolatory goal for Wealdstone. Dean Brennan made two changes to the side that fell to defeat at Oxford City on Saturday; Adam Coombes replaced Jake Jebb in midfield, while Jake Sheppard slotted in at right back for the injured Michee Efete. After a quiet start to the match, the Stones’ first goal scoring opportunity came in the 10th minute, when the ball was flicked onto Dennon Lewis in the box, who…
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Oxford City 3 – 2 Wealdstone FC, Saturday 4th January 2020

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From wealdstone-fc.com Wealdstone were denied a second half comeback as hardworking Oxford City had the final say at Marsh Lane on Saturday afternoon. Oxford goals from Joe Oastler and Elliot Benyon either side of half-time left the table-toppers two goals behind. Jacob Mendy and Adam Coombes’ quick-fire finishes bought the Stones level before Finn Tapp’s header sealed the three points for the Hoops. Stones Manager Dean Brennan made no changes from the side that beat Slough Town on New Year’s Day. Luton Town extended the loan of goalkeeper Harry Isted this week, he kept his place for the National League South leaders. The hosts Oxford forced a save out of Isted within the first two minutes, Kevin Berkoe struck a low left-footed strike towards Isted’s near-post and the former Oxford…
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Wealdstone FC 2 – 1 Slough Town, 1st January 2020

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From wealdstone-fc.com League leaders Wealdstone entertained Slough Town in New Year’s Day’s top of the table clash, keen to avenge their defeat on Boxing Day, and increase their lead at the top of the National League South. First half goals from Michee Efete and Ross Lafayette led the Stones to a vital victory; with Ryan Bird scoring a consolatory goal for the Rebels. The Stones made three changes from the side that defeated St Albans City last Saturday, with Captain Jerome Okimo, top scorer Ross Lafayette and midfield talisman Billy Clifford returning to the line-up. Wealdstone started the match in imperious fashion, taking the lead within two minutes of play, as Michael Phillips switched the ball to Dennon Lewis on the right wing, who controlled with ease and surged to…
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Wealdstone FC 1 – 0 St Albans City, Saturday 28th December 2019

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From wealdstone-fc.com Wealdstone secured their ninth win from 10 home games this season after a professional victory against St Albans City in the National League South on Saturday afternoon. Dennon Lewis scored the only goal in an encounter largely dominated by the league leaders as they picked up their 27th home point from a possible 30 this season. Stones Manager Dean Brennan reacted to the Boxing Day defeat with three changes from the side that lost 2-1 at Slough Town. Striker Adam Coombes made his full debut in place of Ross Lafayette, while Danny Green and Jack Jebb replaced Jerome Okimo and Billy Clifford; winger Jacob Mendy slotted into left-back. The opening passages of play were dominated by the home side, full-back Michee Efete and winger Lewis had chances early…
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Slough Town 2 – 1 Wealdstone FC, Thursday 26th December 2019

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From wealdstone-fc.com National League South front runners Wealdstone travelled to Arbour Park to face Slough Town in Boxing Day’s top of the table clash; keen to extend their seven point lead over the Rebels. A first half penalty from Ben Harris, along with a second half strike from Max Worsfold, secured a hard-fought win for Slough Town; with Michee Efete scoring a late consolation goal for the visitors. The Stones started the match in promising fashion, as they carved out an early goal scoring opportunity in the 12th minute. Speedy winger, Dennon Lewis, surged down the left wing to square the ball across the box to Jacob Mendy, but the Rebelsmanaged to intercept the cross and clear the danger. In the 21st minute, Lewis was fouled by Sean Fraser on…
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Wealdstone FC 2 – 0 Eastbourne Borough, Tuesday 10th December 2019

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From wealdstone-fc.com Wealdstone secured their third consecutive league clean sheet in a 2-0 victory against Eastbourne Borough at The Vale in the National League South on Tuesday evening. A dominant first half display from the Stones included goals from Dennon Lewis and Jerome Okimo, as the league leaders extended seven points clear at the top of the table. Manager Dean Brennan made two chances to the side that drew at Bath City on Saturday, centre-half Connor Stevens returned from suspension while Nick Arnold dropped into right-back for Michee Efete, out to tonsillitis. Midfielder Jack Jebb returned to the bench, while Michael Phillips and Billy Clifford were pushed into more advanced roles than at Twerton Park last weekend. Within five minutes the league leaders broke Eastbourne’s defensive line, as winger Lewis…
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Bath City 0 – 0 Wealdstone FC, Saturday 7th December 2019

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From wealdstone-fc.com Table toppers Wealdstone returned to league action on Saturday afternoon, as they travelled to face fellow promotion contenders Bath City at Twerton Park, intent on cementing their position at the summit of the National League South. The highly anticipated clash of the heavyweights ended in a goalless draw between the Stones and the Romans, as the visitors claimed a well-deserved point and clean sheet away from home. Manager Dean Brennan made one change to the starting line-up which defeated Concord Rangers last week, with midfielder Billy Clifford replacing defensive stalwart Connor Stevens, who was unavailable due to suspension. The Stones were close to taking the lead in sublime style in the 4th minute, when Jack Jebb’s corner to the far post found Michael Phillips, who headed down to…
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Wealdstone FC 6 – 2 Hayes & Yeading United, Tuesday 3rd December 2019

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From wealdstone-fc.com Wealdstone cruised into the third round of the Middlesex Senior Cup after an entertaining 6-2 victory against Hayes & Yeading United at The Vale. A brace from Dejon Noel-Williams, accompanied by goals from Danny Green, Fumnaya Shomotun, Billy Clifford and Eric Lopes saw off United's second half efforts from James Clark and Omar Rowe. The game lacked chances in the opening period and the Stones were clinical when the chances fell to them in the first half. Green was the first to light the game up, drilling a fantastic left-footed effort straight into the top corner after 25 minutes. Hayes & Yeading were not threatening in the final third and were punished on the counter attack when Ashley Charles threaded Shomotun through and, after dribbling inside from the…
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Wealdstone FC 3 – 0 Concord Rangers, Saturday 30th November 2019

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From wealdstone-fc.com League Leaders Wealdstone returned to league action yesterday afternoon, as they entertained thirteenth placed Concord Rangers at The Vale, keen to bounce back to winning ways at the top of the National League South. Goals from Jacob Mendy, Ross Lafayette, and Michael Phillips sealed a convincing victory for the Stones, after an efficient second half display. In light of the Stones’ recent poor run of results, Dean Brennan elected to make a number of changes to the starting line-up; including debuts for goalkeeper Harry Isted and defender William Edjenguele, along with a first start for the midfield duo of Jack Jebb and Ashley Charles. A quick counter attack in the third minute of play resulted Dennon Lewis registering an early effort from inside the box, after a surging…
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