Fleet Town suffer Penalty Shootout Heartbreak
Farnborough brought all their first team big guns over to Fleet for this second round Hampshire Senior Cup Tie. Farnborough started this match on the front foot, Beach was called into action to stop a second minute effort from Perry Coles, shortly after Nic Cardini shot wide and Dan Walker had his shot blocked for a corner. By the time the game was ten minutes old, Fleet were making some chances of their own. After a short period of pressure, a misplaced header by a Farnborough defender... view more >

Fleet Town 0 Arlesey Town 2
Both sides went into this game looking for their first League win of the season, in the end it was the visitors that took the spoils from the day, but they had it far from all their own way. Arlesey started the stronger probing the Fleet defence, but it still took them 8 minutes to win the first corner, which was poor and only reached the first defender, for Fleet to clear, but a minute later the visitors took a long range shot, which was held by Beach, who sent Fleet downfield and the home... view more >

Hayes & Yeading United 3 Fleet Town 0
Fleet Town made their first visit to Hayes & Yeading's new stadium for this Evo-Stick South League, East Division clash, looking to show improvement and character after the recent disappointing results against all the top sides. After surviving a couple of early attacks from the hosts, Fleet had started to settle until just 5 minutes in, H&Y were awarded a free kick on the edge of the D, taken by Vine, Fleet's defence was able to block the shot and clear, but a minute later a flowing... view more >

Fleet Town 1 Moneyfields 4
Moneyfields started this game on the front foot, an early cross from Briggs brought the first save of the match from Beach, then a long ball through to Daniel Wooden set him up with a shooting chance but the ball flew wide. Fleet's first chance came from a free kick played in for Greg Haydon, his header was saved by Mowthorpe. After a quarter of an hour, a Ben Toye chance was cleared, but Fleet were able to play the ball back into the box, Wilson ran in as Mowthorpe came out, Bradley got the... view more >

AFC Rushden & Diamonds 7 Fleet Town 1
Fleet made this long trip north to play the divisions leading side, made all the slower by the Bank holiday traffic, breakdowns on motorways, queuing to pass accidents, albeit nothing in comparision to the disaster further up the M1. The game started with the hosts pouring forward and looking especially dangerous every time Joel Gyasi got the ball. His pace and close control setting up a string of openings. It took 8 minutes for one of these to lead to Rushden's first corner, which turned... view more >