Day: 5 December 2022

Liam Gavin in action for Binfield against Thame United. Photo: Jack Craske.

Liam Gavin on target again while u23s keep unbeaten run going

Central defender Liam Gavin was on the scoresheet again at the weekend as Binfield’s men’s first team drew 1-1 at Chipstead in the Isthmian League.

The goal puts the long-serving Mole fourth in the club’s top-scorers list for the season having also netted in recent games against Tooting & Mitcham United as well as Westfield.

Gavin’s strike came on 69 minutes, levelling up Thomas Smith’s first-half goal, ensuring Binfield remain unbeaten in their last three league games.

One notable new addition to the side was Harvey Rackley-Hayes, previously with the club last season but back in goal for Chris Grace after the ‘keeper was withdrawn during the win over Leatherhead.

Thames Valley Premier League

Max Reid.
Max Reid.

Binfield’s first venture in the Thames Valley Premier League Division Three continued with a 2-2 draw at AFC Winkfield Reserves, with both goals coming from penalties converted by Max Reid.

Andy Harvey’s side remains top of the table on 18 points and face Reading City Development at home on Saturday.

Allied Counties Youth League

Frimley Green edged out the young Moles at Hill Farm Lane in midweek 3-2 in the Allied Counties Youth League Central Division.

Jamie Smith and Jake Cook scored for Binfield while Scott Crofts and a double for Lewis Myrtollari scored for the visitors.

What’s on for Binfield FC this week?

Thurs 6th Dec: Harefield United vs Binfield u18s (7:30pm)

Sat 10th Dec: Binfield First vs Uxbridge (3pm)

Binfield FC

Match Preview: Uxbridge – Home

Uxbridge FC

Due to the inclement weather and low temperatures, this match has been postponed. New date to be advised.

What better way to get ready for the England / France World Cup game, then with a spot of Mole watching along with a world famous Mole Burger.

And after the game, we will be showing the England / France match in the club house at 7pm.

Matchday: December 10, 2022
Kickoff: 3:00 pm

About Uxbridge FC

Uxbridge FC were founded in 1871, celebrated their 150th anniversary last year and are one of the oldest clubs in the South of England. During the history of the club, they have played in a number of different leagues including the Corinthian, Athenian and then the Isthmian League which they joined in 1982.

The club finished second in Division Two South in 1984–85 and gained promotion to Division One, where they remained for twenty years. In the 2004–05 season, the club moved from the Isthmian league to the Southern league. They started in the Eastern division before being switched to the Central Division. In the 2018-19, they were moved again, this time to their current league Isthmian League Division One South Central.

Head To Head

Last season, both games finished in a draw. The home game was goalless whilst the away fixture at the Honeycroft finished 2-2.

Last week, Uxbridge lost 1-0 to Marlow whilst the Moles drew 1-1 with Chipstead thanks to an equalizer from Liam Gavin. The Moles currently sit 7th in the league whilst Uxbridge are six points behind in 12th.


Tickets can be purchased on the gate or in advance via Ticketpass. We take both cash and cards on the gate.

Prices are;

  • Adults: £8
  • Concession: £5
  • Under 16: £1

About Hill Farm Lane

The club house and changing rooms at Hill Farm Lane. Photo: C2 Photography.

Hill Farm Lane is a modern non-league football ground with parking on site, disabled access and more including:

  • Licenced bar
  • Tea bar serving hot and cold food
  • Disabled access to pitch side
  • Toilets
  • Standing and seated covered areas to watch the match
  • Card payments taken on the gate, in the bar and at the tea bar.

There are over 200 spaces available to park at the ground.