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Oct 13, 2018

Comeback Kings

U15s: Spencers Wood Hurricanes 3 Ashridge Park 9

Ashridge produce a sensational response after a rocky 10-minute spell finds them 3-0 down early in this match at second-placed Spencers Wood Hurricanes. Dan Baker leads the fightback with two goals as the visitors overturn the deficit to lead 4-3 at the break, before running riot in the second half. Top-scorer Reg Ryan bags four, whilst Jamie Cole, James Riley and Antonio Baciu are also on target.

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Oct 06, 2018

Ashridge Out In Shoot-Out Drama

U15s: Ashridge Park 1 Curley Park Rangers Spitfires 1 
(Curley Park won 4-2 on penalties)

Curley Park survived a second-half onslaught from the home side to drag this cup-tie to a penalty-shoot-out. Reg Ryan found an equaliser for Ashridge on the hour after the visitors had taken the lead with a headed goal from a corner after 15 minutes, but the home side couldn't grab a second despite constant pressure. In the shoot-out, Joe Savory kept out the second penalty from the visitors to give Ashridge an early advantage, but Park failed to convert the next two to leave the visitors victorious.

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Sep 29, 2018

Present for Panthers

U15s: Ashridge Park 2 Pinewood Panthers 3

Ashridge throw away a game they dominated for the most part, failing to convert numerous chances, and then gifting two second half goals to their opponents. Reg Ryan scored twice to put Ashridge ahead in the first quarter of the match after Pinewood had led against the early run of play.

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Sep 22, 2018

Late Strike Sees Ashridge Off The Mark

U15s: Teddington Athletic Hurricanes 2 Ashridge Park 3

Ashridge overcome a determined fight-back from the home side on the first of this season's treks to the wilds of Middlesex, with Reg Ryan striking 5 minutes from time to earn our first three points. Earlier, newcomers Jack Gillingham and Tayseer Alam had given Ashridge a seemingly-comfortable 2-0 half-time lead, but a more robust performance from Teddington saw them draw level mid-way through the second period. Keeper Joe Savory takes the star player award for continuing to put himself in the line of fire even after taking a boot to the face when diving to collect at the feet of a marauding forward.

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Sep 15, 2018

Greens Grind Ashridge Down

U15s: Ashridge Park 1 Westwood Wanderers Greens 4

A valiant rearguard action from the home side against an accomplished-looking Westwood side new to the league this season. An Antonio Baciu penalty following a foul on Reg Ryan saw Ashridge lead against the run of play, before a fine run and finish saw the visitors level before half-time. A scrappy effort following a corner put Westwood in front mid-way through the second period, before two late penalties gave the scoreline a more emphatic feel. Jack Clayton and Marcus Coppen were outstanding filling in for the absent James Riley in central defence, with Jack getting the nod for Star Player.

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Sep 08, 2018

No Joy On Opening Day Again

U15's: Hurst Twyford Hurricanes 5 Ashridge Park 0

A bigger, stronger and quicker Hurst side ease to a comfortable victory on the opening day of the season. Ashridge carved out some decent chances, but without top-scorer Reg Ryan and spearhead Jack Clayton this week, the finish was missing, whilst despite lots of honest endeavour at the back, the visitors always looked vulnerable against the aerial ball and the quick break. A good debut in central midfield from Jack Gillingham wins him our Star Player award this week

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