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Tonbridge

By gurk25/4/2015 12:05Sat Apr 25 12:05:56 2015

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Anyone know how long the walk is to the ground from Tonbridge station or is there a bus?

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Re: Tonbridge

By jack25/4/2015 12:15Sat Apr 25 12:15:32 2015In response to TonbridgeTop of thread

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34 minutes

https://www.google.co.uk/maps/dir/Tonbridge+Station+Car+Park,+Angel+Lane,+Tonbridge/Tonbridge+Angels+F+C,+Longmead+Stadium%2FDarenth+Av,+Tonbridge+TN10+3JF,+United+Kingdom/@51.2013021,0.2605091,14z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m14!4m13!1m5!1m1!1s0x47df48b132144773:0x2b8402f8b9c83511!2m2!1d0.273428!2d51.191601!1m5!1m1!1s0x47df4f2fd0a69685:0x360caf5cb4ef137f!2m2!1d0.269855!2d51.21091!3e2

Edited by jack at 12:16:07 on 25th April 2015
Edited by jack at 12:17:27 on 25th April 2015

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Re: Tonbridge

By gurk25/4/2015 13:57Sat Apr 25 13:57:59 2015In response to Re: TonbridgeTop of thread

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Thanks Jack but my crap phone doesn't support google maps

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Tonbridge 2 Hamlet 2

By Pink Panther26/4/2015 11:34Sun Apr 26 11:34:42 2015In response to Re: TonbridgeTop of thread

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An enjoyable day out with the best of the weather between 3pm and 5pm. Ideal covered terraces at each end and around 300 Hamlet fans made for a great atmosphere. Job done in terms of securing fourth place regardless of the Enfield Town points deduction fiasco. Good to see Hamlet put in a convincing creative performance despite Carew being out suspended (again), but we really ought to have had more than the two very well crafted goals. Hamlet had more of the play overall, but the lack of ruthlessness up front that has plagued us throughout the season was evident again. On a number of occasions good openings went begging as someone either attempted to take the ball closer or pick out a teammate with an extra pass instead of just pulling the trigger when the goal was in sight.

I was pleased we fought back after going a goal down against the run of play; it took just a few minutes to equalised as Hibbert made a powerful overlapping run on the right and sent over a peach of a cross to the far post for Ottaway to head home from close range.

McDonald made an instant impact as substitute, immediately combining with Vidal on the edge of the box, and Vidal cut in from the right before wrongfooting the keeper with a cool finish tucked nicely inside the near post. With five minutes left Drage conceded a free kick right on the edge of the box and the take gave Wilson no chance with a superb strike whipped up and over the wall and just inside the near top corner. I didn't feel too nervous after that as I felt Tonbridge looked as happy to settle for the point as we were by that stage, although I don't get as excited about play offs as some people anyway. Personally I'm more pleased about the facts that we've continued our trend of always finishing higher than the previous season under the current management, and that we've finished in the top four in the Premier Division for the first time since 1979/80.

The bad news is that Clunis limped off injured and Carew will also be suspended for Margate, but available for the final if we win.

Team (4-2-3-1): Wilson - Hibbert, Drage, Pinnock(c), Shaw - Dixon, James - Wanadio, Vidal, Clunis - Ottaway.
Subs: Jarrett (for Clunis), McDonald (for Wanadio), McCoulsky (for Ottaway), Samuels, Forbes (not used).
Attendance: 758

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Re: Tonbridge 2 Hamlet 2

By sportywagon26/4/2015 14:02Sun Apr 26 14:02:55 2015In response to Tonbridge 2 Hamlet 2Top of thread

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Thanks again Richard for another fabulous review of a game. Always quality insightful and a great help to all those who can't attend. Cheers Andy

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Re: Tonbridge 2 Hamlet 2

By Edgar Kail28/4/2015 13:33Tue Apr 28 13:33:43 2015In response to Re: Tonbridge 2 Hamlet 2Top of thread

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As a side note I had to leave after about 77/78mins due to work commitments and what a feeling it was when walking up the foot path at the side of the cemetery (did you drop in for a visit Mish?) and I could still hear the rabble singing!

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Re: Tonbridge 2 Hamlet 2

By putthatinyourpipe5/5/2015 17:27Tue May 5 17:27:25 2015In response to Re: Tonbridge 2 Hamlet 2Top of thread

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Sorry it has taken so long to write but just to say that you were the nicest "proper" fans we have had at the Angels for a long time and your team played decent attractive football. Good luck in the play-offs whenever the debacle is sorted, although I rather hope you don't win as I would far rather play you next year than Hendon, Margate, Enfield or Met Police.

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