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Saturday is derby day

By Lee Farmie (legacy user)15/8/2014 17:30Fri Aug 15 17:30:35 2014

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Whyteleafe make the relatively short hop over to the southern fringes of Reigate this weekend.

Make up for missing Guernsey to witness the incessant clackers, fidgety giant-headed mascot and trumpet/tambourine combo of South Park FC.

Roll up roll up.

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Re: Saturday is derby day

By Pat Butcher Fan Club (legacy user)16/8/2014 10:18Sat Aug 16 10:18:42 2014In response to Saturday is derby dayTop of thread

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Good luck this afternoon Leafe, in another tough game against a team with their own lofty aspirations. It's a good set-up down at South Park.

I will miss this and Tuesday's game v Folkestone, but watching on Twitter of course.


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Re: Saturday is derby day

By Paulo (legacy user)16/8/2014 18:16Sat Aug 16 18:16:03 2014In response to Re: Saturday is derby dayTop of thread

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See you in October!

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South Park

By The Man Who Folded Himself (legacy user)17/8/2014 11:37Sun Aug 17 11:37:40 2014In response to Re: Saturday is derby dayTop of thread

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An entertaining match from start to finish with two former Whyteleafe players in the opposition: evergreen James Wastell in goal and Jack Stafford (who came out of our youth team a few years ago).

Thought Leafe were the better side and created a lot more chances than South Park but the shooting left a lot to be desired. Mostly too weak or too wide or weak and wide.

The goal was no more than Whyteleafe deserved. The South Park number six clumsily brought down Sam Clayton. Greg Andrews took it with enough power to prevent Wastell from palming it away as a full hand he did get to it.

South Park didn't seem to have enough about them to get on level terms and Whyteleafe created more half chances than them throughout.

Three good points and I think Leafe can only get better.

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