Monday 03rd October 2005

Thamesmead enjoy team bonding Vase trips


Thamesmead Town's players will be going on another team bonding session when they make the trip to Oxfordshire in their FA Vase first round tie at the end of the month, writes Stephen McCartney.

The Bayliss Avenue outfit progressed thanks to their 4-2 win at Lymington Town thanks to Curtis Williams' brace and goals from Dean Kearley and Peter Deadman.

And they travel to Hellenic Premier League side Wantage Town on 29th October in the first round proper of the competition.

Mead's assistant manager, Keith McMahon told www.thamesmeadtownfc.co.uk: "It was another good result.  It wasn't out best performance but after the morning we had we would have taken a 1-0 win.

"I was pleased for Curtis (Williams) who has now scored nine goals already this year.  He is looking very sharp at the moment. 

"I was also pleased with the performance from Keiron Collins, who has missed the last couple of games and I thought his fitness looked good.

"It's good to have a good FA Vase run - these away games are always good for team bonding."

Thamesmead entertain local rivals Greenwich Borough in the first round of the London Senior Cup on Tuesday night, before making the trip to Tunbridge Wells in the Kentish Observer League on Saturday, 8th October, with the game at Culverden Stadium kicking off at 12 noon.

Thamesmead Town v Greenwich Borough
London Senior Cup First Round
Tuesday 4th October 2005
Kick Off 7:45pm
at Bayliss Avenue, Thamesmead