Worthing United 3 v 5 Arundel (Away – League 7.45km KO)

(Pictured Above) Eli Amoo, bags a brace against local rivals.....

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Match facts and report will appear here when available.................

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1. Jack Fagan

2. Nathan Foster

3. Gwil Flint-Roberts

4. Jordan Dudas (C) 

5. Rob Madden

6. Tom Jefkins (72 mins)

7. Morgan Forry (55 mins)

8. Matt Noble 

9. Callum Chalmers (72 mins)

10. Liam Brady

11. Eli Amoo

 

12. Toby McCauley

14. Ryan Harvey (72 mins) 

15. Jack Collins (55 mins)

16. Harry Callaghan

17. Brad Dean (72 mins)

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Attendance - TBC

Goal Scorers – E.Amoo (2), C.Chalmers, R.Madden, M.Forry

Yellow Cards - R. Madden

Red cards – N/A

Arundel 3 v 0 Wick (Home) League 08/10/2019 KO 7.45pm

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Photos of the game courtesy of 'Chris Gregory' (@chrisgregs) Thank you ​​​

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Report and match facts will appear here when available........

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1. Matt Kelman

2. Nathan Foster

3. Gwil Flint-Roberts

4. Jordan Dudas (C) 

5. Rob Madden

6. Tom Jefkins

7. Harry Callaghan (63 mins)

8. Matt Noble 

9. Callum Chalmers (80 mins)

10. Jack Collins

11. Morgan Forry (57 mins)

 

12. Liam Griffin

14. Mike Coupar

15. Liam Brady (63 mins)

16. Eli Amoo (57 mins)

17. Brad Dean (80 mins)

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Attendance - 112

Goal Scorers – H.Callaghan,  J.Collins, C.Chalmers

Yellow Cards - N/A

Red cards – N/A

Storrington FC 2 v 5 Arundel FC (Away League – 3pm KO) 05/10/2019


Here are some photo of our Storrington match courtesy of the 'Littlehampton Gazette' Thank you ​​​

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Report will appear here when available.............

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1. Matt Kelman

2. Liam Griffin 

3. Mike Coupar

4. Jordan Dudas (C) 

5. Nathan Foster 

6. Ryan Harvey (45 mins)

7. Ash Hawkes

8. Matt Noble 

9. Callum Chalmers (65 mins)

10. Jack Collins

11. Eli Amoo (77 mins)

 

12. Charlie Waldron

14. Joe Coyle

15. Liam Brady (65 mins)

16. Brad Dean (77 mins)

17. Harry Callaghan   (45 mins)    _________________________________________________________________

Attendance - TBC

Goal Scorers – E.Amoo, L.Griffin , J.Collins (2), B.Dean

Yellow Cards - C.Chambers, M.Coupar, A.Hawkes,  J.Collins

Red cards – N/A

Arundel 4 v 6 Hassocks (AET) (Senior Cup R1) 01/10/2019 7.45pm KO

Report Courtesy of 'Littlehampton Gazette /Hassocks FC

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Hassocks through in Senior Cup after extraordinary game at Arundel

“A big three points,” joked Hassocks assistant Brad Sweetman as Jack Troak slammed in the 10th goal of the night at the end of an extraordinary 120 minutes of Sussex Senior Cup football at Mill Road.

 The Robins bench were in good spirits by that point, and why not? They were now 6-4 ahead and dreaming of a glamour clash with one of the big boys of Sussex football such as Brighton’s Under 21s or Crawley Town in the second round of the competition. The mood in the home dugout a few feet away couldn’t have been more stark as the Arundel management were left scratching their heads - how had they taken the lead four times against their higher division opponents and yet ended the game with nothing to show for their efforts?

That was just one of the many questions to come out of a thrilling contest. Others included how have Hassocks gone from a side who couldn’t finish their dinner to notching 12 goals in their past two games and where does Mark Dalgleish keep plucking teenage defenders from? Being handed senior debuts here were 19-year-old Thomas Jupp at left back and 17-year-old Luke Marshall at right back.

Both impressed and both could have scored, Jupp going close with a bending second half free kick which the Mullets’ goalkeeper turned away. From the resulting corner, the towering Marshall struck a post with a header. As for the free scoring recent performances, well it appears that Troak, James Littlejohn and Ben Bacon are all beginning to hit form at exactly the same juncture. A timely boost for Dalgleish ahead of an October full of winnable games.

After 15 relatively quiet opening minutes, it was a brilliant piece of opportunism from Eli Amoo that gave Arundel the lead for the first time.Amoo was some 35 yards out from goal when the ball fell at his feet, a result of a poor clearing header from Josh Green who’d come haring out of his area and an unfortunate slip from Dan Stokes.

The shout of “shoot” came from the stand but that looked like it would be a brave decision until Eli Amoo hit a stunning volley over the head of the stranded Green and into the top corner.

 

Arundel weren’t ahead for long as six minutes later, the Robins scored a devastating counter attacking goal. A long ball out of defence set Littlejohn away down the right and his low cross was perfectly placed for Troak to fire home without breaking stride. Littlejohn and Harvey Enticknap both stung the palms of the Arundel goalkeeper Matt Kelman after some pleasing build up play before Arundel’s Jack Collins notched their second, an in-swinging corner from the left somehow evading Green to fly straight in.

Hassocks levelled things up on 36 minutes, Enticknap releasing Bull who took the shot on early and from a tight angle to finish with aplomb across the keeper and into the bottom corner. Four blocks in a row from a combination of goalkeeper, defender, goalkeeper, defender denied Troak, Jamie Hillwood, Littlejohn and Troak again.

Arundel’s Gwill Flint-Roberts then made it 3-2, a fine curling effort from the edge of the box leaving Green clutching at thin air as the shot cannoned in off the upright. That was on 42 minutes. On 43 minutes, Hassocks equalised for the third time when Littlejohn scampered away down the left and his low cross was turned in by one of two Arundel defenders sliding in to try and prevent the ball reaching Bull.

After that breathless opening 45 minutes, the second half was a bit of a bore in comparison as neither side could add to the score line. That wasn’t for the want of trying though, particularly from a Hassocks point of view. Enticknap, Littlejohn and substitute Bacon all drew good saves as well as those aforementioned opportunities for the teenage defensive duo of Jupp and Marshall. At the other end, Mills produced a goal line block from Callum Chalmers, Harry Callaghan rattled the bar with his first touch after coming on and Green had to be alert to snatch Chalmers’ clipped pass over the top from the boot of Charlie Waldron.

Extra time beckoned and it was Arundel who struck first in the additional 30 minutes, Callum Chalmers finding himself with the chance to run at Harry Mills who he duly tied into knots before firing past Green for 4-3. The following 11 minutes represented the longest period that Arundel led for, until Bacon buried a one-on-one low into the corner for 4-4.

Penalties were looming large as the tie entered the final five minutes still level and given what had gone before, it wouldn’t have been a surprise if the shootout went on until the early hours of the morning and ended 31-30. Thankfully, we didn’t need to find out. Stokes’ placed shot after a Bacon effort was blocked put Hassocks ahead for the first time with four minutes remaining and Bacon then played in Troak for the sixth in the final seconds.

FT: 4-6 (AET)

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1. Matt Kelman

2. Liam Griffin 

3. Mike Coupar

4. Jordan Dudas (C) (65mins)

5. Nathan Foster (75mins)

6. Ryan Harvey

7. Gwill Flint-Roberts

8. Matt Noble 

9. Callum Chalmers

10. Jack Collins

11. Eli Amoo (45mins)

 

12. Joss Parsons

14. Harry Callaghan (65mins)

15. Brad Dean (75mins)

16. Daniel Civico (45mins)        _________________________________________________________________

Attendance - 43

Goal Scorers – E.Amoo, C.Chalmers, G.Flint-Roberts. J.Collins

Yellow Cards - N/A

Red cards – N/A

Seaford Town 3 v 1 Arundel 28/09/2019 (League) 3pm KO

Above - Matt Noble Arundel goal scorer from the spot..

Arundel lose their first game of the season away at Seaford Town more to follow.... Match facts will appear here when available ..............................

Video highlights of the game courtesy of SEAFORD TOWN FC. Thank you



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1. Dan Stevens

2. Liam Griffin 

3. Rob Lofting (55 mins)

4. Jordan Dudas (C)

5. Nathan Foster

6. Ryan Harvey

7. Ash Hawkes (66 mins)

8. Matt Noble 

9. Callum Chalmers

10. Liam Brady (75 mins)

11. Eli Amoo 

 

12. Brad Dean (75 mins)

14. Jack Collins (66 mins)

15. Harry Callaghan

16. Chandler Perrin

17. Charlie Waldron (55 mins)


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Attendance - TBC

Goal Scorers – M. Noble

Yellow Cards - C.Chalmers, J.Dudas, E.Amoo

Red cards – N/A

Southwick Fc 1 v 2 Arundel Fc (League) (7.45pm KO)

Arundel retain there unbeaten league run beating Southwick away 1-2 to make it 5 out of 5 wins..... 

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1. Dan Stevens

2. Liam Griffin (44 mins)

3. Rob Lofting

4. Jordan Dudas (C)

5. Nathan Foster

6. Ryan Harvey

7. Harry Callaghan (60 mins)

8. Matt Noble 

9. Callum Chalmers

10. Liam Brady

11. Eli Amoo (73 mins)

 

12. Joss Parsons

14. Harry Potts

15. Jack Collins (73 mins)

16. Elliott Bennett (60 mins)

17. Gwil Flint-Roberts (44 mins)


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Attendance - TBC

Goal Scorers – L.Brady, J.Dudas

Yellow Cards – N/A

Red cards – E.Bennett


Arundel FC 4 v 1 Hailsham Town FC (League) (Home) 3pm KO

(Pictured above) Callum Chalmers scores a brace for the Mullets

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Arundel make it 4 out of 4 league wins after beating Hailsham Town 4-1 more to follow.......

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1. Dan Stevens

2. Rob Lofting

3. Scott Callaghan

4. Jordan Dudas (C)

5. Steve Sedgley (10 mins)

6. Ryan Harvey

7. Ash Hawkes

8. Matt Noble 

9. Callum Chalmers

10. Brad Dean (57 mins)

11. Eli Amoo (61 mins)

 

12. Liam Griffin (10 mins)

14. Charlie Waldren

15. Liam Brady (57 mins)

16. Jack Collins

17. Harry Callaghan (61 mins)


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Attendance –71

Goal Scorers – C.Chalmers (2), M.Noble, J.Dudas

Yellow Cards – N/A

Red cards – N/A

Billingshurst 0 v 8 Arundel (RUR Cup – R2) 17/09/2019


Arundel bounce back brilliantly from Saturdays defeat running out 0-8 winners in the RUR Cup away at Billingshurst . Match Facts and Report will appear here when available..........

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1. Dan Stevens

2. Rob Lofting (55 mins)

3. Steve Sedgley

4. Liam Griffin

5. Nathan Foster

6. Ryan Harvey

7. Ash Hawkes

8. Matt Noble (C) (68 mins)

9. Brad Dean (55 mins)

10. Jack Collins

11. Eli Amoo

 

12. Luke Heffron (55 mins)

14. Joss Parsons

15. Liam Brady

16. Callum Chalmers (55 mins)

17. Harry Callaghan (68 mins)


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Attendance – TBC

Goal Scorers – A.Moo (2), A.Hawkes (2), C.Chalmers (2), B.Dean, L.Griffin

Yellow Cards – N.Foster, R. Harvey

Red cards – None

Arundel FC 1 v 7 Welling Town FC (FA Vase 1st Qual Round) 14/09/2019

Match highlights courtesy of Welling Town FC. Thank you

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Click here...... Paul Donegan (Groundhopper) has written a blog covering his trip to Arundel for the FA Vase match between @ArundelFC and @WellingTownFC. It’s a good read with some photos of the game included. 

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Arundel suffer a humiliating 7-1 home defeat against Welling Town. Match Facts and Report will appear here when available..........

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1. Dan Stevens

2. Steve Sedgley (80 mins)

3. Dan Gibbs

4. Jordan Dudas (Capt)

5. Nathan Foster

6. Ash Hawker

7. Harry Callaghan (68 mins)

8. Matt Noble (78 mins)

9. Brad Dean

10. Jack Collins

11. Eli Amoo

 

12. Ryan Harvey (68 mins)

13. Ben Eames

14. James Ayling (80 mins)

15. Charlie Waldron (78 mins)


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Attendance – 62

Goal Scorers – J. Collins

Yellow Cards – None

Red cards – D. Gibbs

Arundel FC 0 v 4 Ramsgate FC (FA Cup 1st Qualifying Round Replay 10/09/2019)

Report courtesy of Lewis Mason 'The Littlehampton Gazette' 

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 Ash Hawkes (pictured above) missed a chance to fire Arundel ahead against Ramsgate. 

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Simon Hull spoke of his ‘immense pride’ after Arundel took two divisions higher Ramsgate to an FA Cup first qualifying round replay.

The Mullets’ run in the competition came to an end as they were defeated 4-0 at Mill Road last night. But the Arundel boss had nothing but pride after his side’s fine efforts.

Ash Hawkes wasted a golden chance to fire the Mullets into a surprise lead in the replay. That miss would prove costly as Miles Cornwell’s first-half effort was followed by a Stephen Smith hat-trick as Isthmian League South East outfit Ramsgate eased through in the end.

Yet Hullinsisted the run in the FA Cup and start to the season illustrates the strides his young squad are making. He said: “The overriding feeling is one of immense pride. “We were well in the game for the first half-hour and had a great opportunity to get our noses in front through Ash Hawkes.

“We were undone by a couple of set-plays, which is frustrating, but they were clinical when they had opportunities. “There is plenty for us to work on but we have come a long way in a couple of months, there are a lot of new faces we introduced and talented young players with outstanding attitudes and a real willingness to work and learn.

“Financially the rewards of the cup run were great for the club. The funds are always welcomed at our level of the game.

"It was terrific to see around 200 people through the door for the game and I hope they come back to support the boys on Saturday and throughout the season. 

Arundel host league above Southern Counties East League Premier Division Welling Town in the FA Vase second round qualifying on Saturday.

 

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1. Dan Stevens

2. Scott Callaghan

3. Dan Gibbs

4. Jordan Dudas (Capt)

5. Nathan Foster

6. Toby McCauley

7. Ash Hawkes (75 mins)

8. Matt Noble

9. Callum Chalmers (64 mins)

10. Liam Brady (55 mins)

11. Eli Amoo

 

12. Steve Sedgley (75 mins)

13. Ben Eames

14. Joe Allan

15. Gwil Flint-Roberts (55 mins)

16. Harry Callaghan (64 mins)

17. Brad Dean

18. Jack Collins

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Attendance – 194

Goal Scorers – None

Yellow Cards – T. McCauley, C. Chalmers

Red cards – None