Author: Andrew Spiers

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Binfield Junior Tournament

At Binfield, our Junior Tournament is our big end of season finale. Over 150 team and 1200 players took part in two days of 5-a-side football on a scorching hot weekend.

We would like to thank all of the volunteers who gave up their time over the last few months and those that helped out on the day to ensure that the tournament ran smoothly. We hoped you all enjoyed it as much as we did.

See you all next year for the 2025 Tournament.

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End of Season Awards

After Saturdayโ€™s match, we hosted our annual end-of-season awards presentation at The Iconic Stadium, celebrating our survival in the Isthmian League.

Golden Boot

First up, the award for Binfield FC’s 2023/24 top goalscorer. With 15 goals, Dontaye Whittaker takes home the golden boot!

Dontaye Whittaker

Young Player of the Year

Heโ€™s made a big impact since coming into the club back in December. With 9 goals to his name, Ethan Lindo!

Ethan Lindo

Manager Player of The Year

Tyler D’Cruz is Ross Weatherstones player of the year!

Player’s Player of the Year

Appreciated by his teammates! Luke Wayborn wins the player’s player of the year…

Supporters’ Player of the Year

As voted for by ๐˜๐Ž๐”… The Binfield FC, supporters’ player of the year is Killian Barrett!

Binfield FC Club Player of the Year

And finally, the “๐๐ข๐ง๐Ÿ๐ข๐ž๐ฅ๐ ๐…๐‚ ๐‚๐ฅ๐ฎ๐› ๐ฉ๐ฅ๐š๐ฒ๐ž๐ซ ๐จ๐Ÿ ๐ญ๐ก๐ž ๐ฒ๐ž๐š๐ซ” award goes to Mr Daniel Lewis!

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Supporters Player Of The Year

Following the game against Uxbridge on Saturday, the club will be holding their annual Players Presentation Evening.

We would love our supporters to vote for their player of the year. Please click below to vote for your favourite player and join us in the club house after the game to see who wins.

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Who is your Supporters Player Of The Year?
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Who is up and who is down?

As we go into the final round of games, we thought we would take a look at the promotion / relegation situation in the Isthmian League South Central Divsion.

Chertsey are champions. They secured the title with two weeks to spare with a win over local rivals Ascot United.

Marlow, Leatherhead and Southall already have playoff places secured. The final place is between Westfield and Raynes Park Vale. However, Westfield have a game in hand – they play Northwood on Tuesday 23rd. If they win that then they will take place. If they draw, then RPV will need to win their final game against Guernsey and hope Westfield lose to Corinthian Casuals. The final playoff order can still change depending on the final set of results.

Corinthian Casuals were relegated with their 4-1 defeat against the Moles. Chipstead currently occupy the final relegation place. They will be relegated unless they beat 2nd place Southall and the Moles fail to pickup a point against Uxbridge – in which case the Moles will be relegated.

There is a remote chance that Ashford could be relegated – they would need to lose against Met Police, Chipstead beat Southall and the Moles pickup at least a point against Uxbridge but Chipstead would also need to close a six goal difference in the process.

The Final Four

The Final Four

The Final Four

The Moles are on the final leg of their great escape journey. The maths are simple – over the remaining four games they need to score 5 more points than Chipstead FC to avoid relegation.

The remaining games are all at home are are;

Tuesday 16th April 7:45pm KO – Corinthian Casuals FC
Thursday 18th April 7:45pm KO – Northwood FC
Saturday 20th April 3pm KO – Raynes Park Vale FC
Saturday 27th April 3pm KO – Uxbridge FC

Come on down to the Iconic Stadium and cheers on the boys

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Mole Captains England

Jack Matton has been announced in the starting line-up and captain for the England U18 Schoolboys team in their game against Scotland at Chesterfield FC tonight. You can watch the game live on the English Schools’ Football Association YouTube channel.

Jack has played twice for England in the last two weeks; firstly in the 2-0 defeat to Wales and the 4-0 win over the Republic of Ireland. Since joining the Moles on dual registration from Woking Academy, Jack has played 9 times scoring twice including this great strike against Hartley Wintney.

We look forward to welcoming Jack back to the club for the final few games of the season.