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Mon 22nd September

Ryman South - KO 7:45pm

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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.

2nd Qualifying Round

Following Terrors win at Cray, we have been drawn to play Conference South side Bishops Stortford away on September 27th.

A coach will be running:

Dept KNK Stadium at 11.00
Return Dept Bishops Stortford FC 17.30/18.00
Adults £16 (reduced to £13 for anyone in the Members Club provided they have renewed their membership for this season on or before the day of the game)
Under 16s £4 (must be accompanied by an adult)

Burgess Hill Town  2-1   Terrors

Terrors were robbed of a point when Tom Jelly was denied a gold plated penalty, the most blatant in a string of ‘homer’ decisions.

Hill proved once again to be solid opponents and deservedly took the lead following a fine flowing move. However, to the surprise of most, Billy Marshall collected the ball from Nathan Gordon, turned and curled a beauty into the top corner to equalise.

A much more balanced second half offered little in the way of goalmouth action until slack marking twenty minutes from time gave O’Toole a free header to score the winner from a well worked wing raid.

The Jelly incident followed and a subsequent, weaker, appeal for handball in the box, was also denied, but no-one really expected referee Rowley to change his spots (or should that be green and black stripes).

Ramsgate  1-0   Terrors

Tooting dominated for 80 minutes, but could not break down the blanket defence of the home side. The early loss of front man Dan Summers was surely the key turning point as wave after wave of attack failed to produce much in the way of end product.  Ten minutes from time the home side got lucky when sub Sherman was allowed space to curl a low shot around Smith for the only goal.  

Three Bridges  1-4  Terrors

Two goals in the opening five minutes set Terrors on the road to Cray (well, Bromley) on Saturday week.  Dan Summers re-introduced himself with an expert conversion of a Billy Marshall free kick, closely followed by TJ Nkoma, who wrigged through the offside trap for the second.

Three goals came midway through the second period, Summers making it 3-0 and sub Pinnock netting the fourth after Tait had pulled one back for the home side. Report