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Terrors  0-0  Three Bridges

Bridges can consider themselves unlucky not to have won a drab encounter, which was notable only for a first half in which the visitors treated us to the worst case of coordinated abuse of match officials that I have ever seen.

Thankfully the verbal torrent quietened down after the break with Bridges creating the best of the chances, forcing Smudger into a couple of smart saves and a goal line clearance by Jordan Cheadle. Tootings best effort fell to Craig Watkins, but was thwarted by a deflection which made the subsequent save simple.

So its down to Sussex on Tuesday night to decide who will travel to Cray in the next round.

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Carshalton Athletic  1-2   Terrors

Credit to the Robins groundstaff and the match referee for facilitating a fine exhibition of football by the Terrors on a day of incessant driving rain.

A single Pinnock strike was scant reward for a dominant first half performance, but it was not until 20 minutes into the second period that the score began to reflect the play when Jordan Cheadle converted a spot kick via a post. A fortunate late consolation generated an unpleasant odour behind the goal, but thankfully the men on the pitch showed no such weakness and duly claimed their first away win of the campaign.

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Terrors  4-0  Three Bridges

Bridges paid the price for some nasty first half tackling with the dismissal of old lag Lee Carney.  It was then a simply a matter of ripping the remaining carcass to pieces, a process started by a goal of the season contender from Jordan Clark, followed up by contributions by Summers, Pinnock and Newton.

Surrey Senior Cup

It’s home to Horley Town of the Combined Counties league, tie to be played by 3rd December.

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South Park

Terrors  4-1  South Park

With Bash Alimi and Nathan Gordon restored to the team Tooting brushed aside the league new boys to secure a comprehensive first win of the season. A superb brace for Howard Newton were sandwiched by Jordan Clarkes 12 minute opener and Dan Summers 84th breakaway strike.

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Folkestone  2-0  Terrors

The slow start to the season continued with an easy win for the home side. A number of second half goal line clearances saved total embarrassment as Terrors struggle without a number of key faces.

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Walton & Hersham  2-1  Terrors

Tootings passing game fell apart on a bumpy pitch. Behind to the only decent strike of a tedious first half Craig Watkins equalised eight minutes into a much livelier second.  However, the home side capitalised on some comic book (Non)defending to secure three points that they just about deserved.

Robert Dyas League Cup

Merstham face a return visit in the first round on October 7th