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Ryman South - KO 3pm



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Sat 4th October

(Herne Bay at home)


Partners Fair (11-4)

A chance to meet and greet the people that provide the wide range of services on offer at the KNK Details


Then in the evening..


A night off Jazz/Soul/Funk

With The Good Stuff and The Groove Warriors

7 - Midnight

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LATEST NEWS


Terrors  3-1  Bishops Stortford

Tooting finished off the job with a rousing victory. Howard Newton provided an immediate reply to Stortfords 6th minute opener - their only shot of the half - breaking forward and calmly slotting home.  The ebullient Sol Pinnock provided the build up magic for Dan Summers to net the second after 25 and got his own reward twenty minutes into the second period with a superb solo score.

Stortfords pressure rarely threatened Harvey Cheadle, who did a fine job replacing Paul Smith (who was recovering from his recent nose job), thanks to a rock solid defensive performance.

A superb all round show, thoroughly meriting the prize of a trip to East Thurrock Saturday 11th Ocotber.

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 October).

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Bishops Stortford  0-0  Terrors

That the Stortford Keeper, one of several professional loanees at the Conference South club, was man of the match spoke volumes about Tooting performance. However the stalemate means that we have to do it all again on Tuesday at the KNK. Report


Fixtures Update

Two league games have ben rescheduled

Hythe Town (Home) - Tues 11th November

Worthing (Away) - Wednesday 26th November






Hastings United   0-3   Terrors

Tooting loaded more problems onto troubled Hastings with a convincing victory.  Sol Pinnock got the party started early by capitalising on the home teams inability to clear a 7th minute attack and the lead was doubled shortly before the break by an emphatic finish to a fine build up by Summers.  A second from Summers sealed the deal, with Hastings only bringing Smith into the game with a bit of gently injury time exercise.






Corinthian Casuals  1-1   Terrors

Tooting continue to pay the price for their inability to convert dominance into goals at high flying Casuals. Dan Summers marked his return with a superb goal after half an hour, whilst Billy Marshal failed to convert a number of chances. An equaliser midway through the second period triggered some worrying moments, but it was really another case of two points lost.