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v Maidstone.

By bobgee12/4/2015 16:08Sun Apr 12 16:08:15 2015

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C,mon you pink and blues,keep this unbeaten run going, play-offs we want. Good luck in the last two games.

! UP THE HAMLET !

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By footballexclusives.com20/4/2015 20:23Mon Apr 20 20:23:21 2015In response to v Maidstone.Top of thread

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Dulwich Hamlet 0-0 Maidstone United

What a crowd!

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Gavin Rose admits tension in game led to goalless draw between Dulwich and Maidstone United

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By Edgar Kail18/4/2015 22:18Sat Apr 18 22:18:09 2015In response to v Maidstone.Top of thread

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In many ways a truely amazing day! Ground attendance record broken for the second time this season. 3000 packed in the Hill and pretty much passed without issue. 0-0 so be it, we are still in pole position going into the final round of fixtures. Roll on Tonbridge!

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By guyso18/4/2015 23:32Sat Apr 18 23:32:09 2015In response to Re: v Maidstone.Top of thread

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Wow 3000 at the hill! well done Shaun and Griff for all the hours you put in,well worth it with a record attendance.
It was hard to see the game it was so busy.
I thought Maidstone looked the more dangerous , Phil was on point in the first half saving with his right peg. In the second half never we just couldn't build up a head of steam.
Great support for Maidstone, came in numbers and got behind their team , good luck to them , I'm sure they'll prosper in the connie south with that support.
I'm proud to say that I saw them win the league at champion hill!
We still need a result from Tonbridge , but it's in our hands.
Train or drive ?
Great day in the sun , truly tuscan weather!

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By LinesmanIan19/4/2015 07:55Sun Apr 19 07:55:34 2015In response to Re: v Maidstone.Top of thread

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Interesting views on the game from what i've seen and heard. Spent the whole game by the 12th man stand. First half felt like a pre season friendly with no chances of note at all from that vantage point but talking to the moving crowd and most thought we had dominated and outplayed our opponents. I remember a Harry chance as he was played through and a Carew shot from distance comfortably saved but not much else other than possession. The Maidstone chance saved by Phils leg had been flagged offside
Second half and our best chance came as Vidal laid a ball across a gaping goal which Clunis just failed to meet. Apart from a few snap shots from Maidstone little was created to trouble Phil
In the end the point suited both (definitely Maidstone!) and leaves us with a decent chance of getting at least the point we need on Saturday
Still look toothless up front, Drage is a useful acquisition at the back, a proper no nonsense defender, does his job and does the easy thing well
Great praise for those involved in getting 3000 into the ground, cant name and don't know them all but it was an outstanding effort. For those that have been selling tickets every night in the bar I salute you

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By Pink Panther19/4/2015 11:35Sun Apr 19 11:35:52 2015In response to Re: v Maidstone.Top of thread

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Pretty much agree with Ian's assessment. I saw the whole game from a seat at teh back of the stand, so had a good view. The strong easterly wind was rather unfortunate, blowing towards the Greendale End. I felt that spoiled the game and made it hard for either side to build any real momentum. The end of season pitch was rather bobbly, which also hampered ball control. Hamlet had more possession and territory in the first half, whereas more of the second half took place in our half, but I actually felt more confident we might get something on the break in this period. Essentially I think neither side really wanted to risk getting caught out in pursuit of victory.

One thing that surprised me was that we left so many experinced players on the bench: Forbes, Jarrett, James, McDonald - all in their late 20's or 30's, and all have played most of their careers at higher levels including Football League. The back four all played well and functioned well as a unit, so Forbes wasn't missed, but I felt that had the other three spent more time on the pitch between them we might have had a better chance of unlocking the Stones defence. Carew, the most experienced outfielder in our starting XI was our best and most potent creative force in my view, and I think a second player able to exert similar influence could have made a big difference.

I have to say I thought the referee was dreadful. Many of his decisions were completely baffling to me. Without really favouring either side overall, he could easily have conjured a decisive goal out of nothing by repeatedly missing or ingnoring clear fouls, or giving free kicks for incidents that didn't merit them.

Team (4-2-3-1): Wilson - Hibbert, Drage, Pinnock(c), Shaw - Carew, Dixon - Wanadio, Vidal, Clunis - Ottaway.
Subs: Jarrett (for Dixon), Samuels (for Shaw), McDonald (for Wanadio), Forbes, James (not used).

Edited by Pink Panther at 12:09:21 on 20th April 2015

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By Jamie Wyatt19/4/2015 16:21Sun Apr 19 16:21:42 2015In response to Re: v Maidstone.Top of thread

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Fantastic effort by all at the Club to organise yesterday, everyone at the Club deserves our thanks.

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By jack20/4/2015 00:43Mon Apr 20 00:43:06 2015In response to Re: v Maidstone.Top of thread

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like ian i felt there was a 'pre-season' about the match. neither team seemed that bothered.

congratulations to all those concerned who made it the historic day it was.

and well done maidstone. hopefully we can join them in a couple weeks time.

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