Day: 25 January 2023

Match Preview: Bedfont Sports FC – Away

January is coming to a close with only two games left (weather permitting), the first of those is an way game against Bedfont Sports FC.

Matchday: Saturday January 28, 2023
Kickoff: 3:00 pm

About Bedfont Sports

Bedfont Sports are based in Bedfont, West London. They, along with Bedfont FC, probably hold the record for the closest football grounds in the country as their grounds nearly touch.

Bedfont Sports was only founded in 2002 starting out in the Hounslow and District League. A few years later, they moved across to the Middlesex County League before working their way up through the Combined Counties League and gaining promotion to the Isthmian League in 2017/18.

Head To Head

The Moles didn’t have a good record again the Eagles last season. We lost 2-1 at Bedfont Recreation Ground and then lost 3-1 back at Hill Farm Lane. 

However, in the reverse fixture earlier in this season, the Moles won 3-1.

The Moles were due to play Northwood on Wednesday but this was cancelled due to a frozen pitch. Bedfont’s fixture survived the weather – they played Leatherhead away and lost 2-1.

The Moles sit 7th on 34 points and Bedfont are currently 16th on 19 points.

Tickets

Tickets can be purchased on the day.

Prices:
Adults – £10
Concessions – £5
Children U16s with a paying adult – Free

About Bedfont Recreation Ground

Address: Hatton Road, Bedfont, Middlesex, TW14 9JR
Nearest Train Station: Feltham
Nearest Tube Station: Hatton Cross

Josh Helmore. Binfield FC 2021-22. Photo: Neil Graham / ngsportsphotography.com

Binfield face Josh Helmore reunion

Binfield fans will come up against a familiar face when they visit Northwood in the Pitching In Isthmian League South Central Division One on Wednesday night.

Josh Helmore – a vital part of the Moles run to the FA Vase Final – should be in the squad for the home side when the Moles head to the Northwood Park Stadium.

Helmore’s goals helped fire the Moles to promotion to Step 4 and the Vase final over three seasons at Hill Farm Lane, he made the move to Northwood in December 2021 after scoring eight goals in 16 Isthmian League games.

Binfield FC at Wembley for the FA Vase Final. Photo: Neil Graham.
Binfield FC at Wembley for the FA Vase Final. Photo: Neil Graham.

The forward was part of terrifying-rotating forward line of Sean Moore, Asa Povey, Liam Ferdinand and Ollie Harris that very much put our village club on the map.

Of course Josh wasn’t only ever a Binfield player, he had spells with Bracknell Town, Thatcham Town and Berkhamstead, but certainly this underground dweller feels we very much saw the best of him at Hill Farm Lane.

It’ll be great to say hello again this evening and it should be an enthralling match. Northwood are duking it out at the top of the table with Basingstoke Town while we are fighting hard for a play-off place, something’s got to give!

Match Preview: Northwood FC – Away