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Terrors team up with Redskins

We're pleased to advise that we have agreed a reciprocal arrangement with Streatham Ice Hockey Club to allow club members and season ticket holders discounted admission to all regular season home games for the remainder of the 2014-15 season (runs until the end of March).

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Fixture Update

The league game at Walton Casuals, scheduled for 18th November, has been postponed as they have a league cup tie on that night. No new date yet.

Terrors  1-2  Aylesbury

Tooting deservedly crashed out of another cup competition after a performance in which they failed to match their opponents in every department.

With Nathan Gordon and David Graves ruled out thanks to the assaults they received at Redhill the remodelled defence, with the exception of a very promising performance by Alex Filipe on the left, never looked comfortable and it was a surprise that they made it to half time having conceded just the once.

An exquisite lob by Frankie Sawyer threw Terrors an unexpected lifeline ten minutes after the break, but moments later a dreadful defensive header by Harry Knock allowed Haule to slip in to score the simplest of winners.


Redhill  4-3  Terrors

Heavy rain made a skating rink of  the pitch, suiting the Redhill long ball game much more than the Tooting passing one - which broke down with frustrating frequency.

A spectacular early lead, courtesy of Sol Pinnock, was quickly cancelled out and another pre-half time doze saw Paul Smith pressurised into punching the ball into his own net from a corner.

In the second half Frankie Sawyer pounced on a defensive defence error to equalise but once again within a minute the home side had scored again.

Another equaliser, this time a Jordan Cheadle converted penalty after Nathan Gordon had been upended, offered hope but Redhill grabbed the winner through a breakaway from a Tooting corner.

East Thurrock  2-1  Terrors

This seasons FA Cup adventure ended thanks to two moments of naive defending. With a half time lead on the cards, thanks to a nicely placed Summers strike, Thurrock equalised deep into stoppage time when Gilbey was not closed down on the edge of the box allowing him to pick his spot.

There was little to choose between the sides in the second half, but another defensive stand-off enabled Lewis Smith to net the winner with another well placed effort.

Terrors tried hard to restore parity in the remaining half hour, but only sub TJ Nkoma came close with a low shot that crashed against the post and then one that just evaded a post in added time. Report

Macron Performance of the Month Awards

Tooting have been received the Ryman South September award for the performances against Bishops Stortford in the FA Cup. Full story