Day: 19 April 2023

Match Preview: Leatherhead FC – Away

Back in August when the season started, this day seemed a long way away but it is now here. The last game of the season – away at Leatherhead FC.

Matchday: April 22nd, 2023
Kickoff: 3:00 PM

About Leatherhead FC

Leatherhead came into being in its’ current form with the merger of Leatherhead Rose and Leatherhead United just after the end of the Second World War. They based themselves at the home of Leatherhead United, Fetcham Grove. This is still there home to this day.

The merger club won the Surrey League four times in a row before moving across to the Metropolitan and District league in 1950.

In the 1970s, they had several runs deep into the FA Cup. In 1974, they beat Colchester in the 2nd round, Brighton in the 3rd round before losing 3-2 away at Leicester City despite being 2-0 up.

They struggled in the early 1980s and were relegated down to Isthmian Division 2. In 2011, they had an extra time win over Dulwich Hamlet to take them back into the Premier Division. They only survived for one season before being relegated back to Division One South. Another promoted via playoffs and relegated places them into the South Central Division.

Head To Head

The Moles beat Leatherhead at Hill Farm Lane 2-1 back in November with goals coming from Connor Holland and Brad Pagliaroli.

Unfortunately, the playoffs are out of reach for the Moles but there is a chance to finish the season off with a bang. The Moles currently sit 7th on 56 points and Leatherhead are 8th on 56 points.


Prices are;

  • Adults: £12
  • Concession: £8
  • Under 16: £5
  • Under 12: Free

About Fetcham Grove

Address: Guildford Rd, Fetcham, Leatherhead KT22 9AS

Binfield FC Junior Tournament. Photo: Rob Mack / Shooting Stars.

Our Club needs you!!  Youth Tournament Volunteers

Every year we hold our youth tournament, this generates money for the club to continue to invest in the club and subsequently your children.  We can not run this without your help and support.  

What can you do to help?  We are asking for two hours of every family’s time over the Friday 12th to Sunday 14th May. Just 2 hours anytime over 3 days! We are happy to accept more! Please can you send your availability to  If you wish to whatsapp, please use 07766 553037. 

Here are the age group timings to help you decide your availability

Saturday 13th May  Sunday 14th May  
Under 7’s Mixed  – AM  Under 8’s Mixed – AM 
Under 9’s Mixed -AM  Under 10’s Mixed – AM  
Under 11’s Mixed – PM Under 12’s Mixed – PM  
Under 13’s Mixed – PM  Under 10’s Girls only – PM  
 Under 12’s Girls only – PM  

1. Your name,  

2. Your contact number 

3. Childs name 

4 Child’s team/age group 

5. Day you can help and preferred time 

6. Preferred job, bbq, car park, litter pick after, or a float  

Binfield FC vs Marlow Match Report

Binfield FC’s Isthmian League Play-off Hopes were sunk by a resilient Marlow defence on Tuesday night…

The last home game of the season ended in a one-nil defeat to the hands of Marlow despite a tidal wave on Binfield attacks in the second half.

The first chance of the game fell to Binfield FC’s Brad Pagliaroli who, after initially stumbling, recovered well, cut inside and breezed past two Marlow defenders but he dragged his shot wide of the post.

Binfield FC turned on the pressure with a couple of chances falling to Conor Lynch. The first of which was some great link-up play between Ngunga and Connor Holland who played a beautiful ball across the six-yard area. All it needed was a touch for the ball to fall into the back of the net but Lynch couldn’t quite get there. 

Against the run of play, Marlow took the lead just before the half an hour mark. Nawaf was played through by Simon and he had the composure to take the ball around Harvey Rackley-Hayes and slot the ball into an empty net.

The Moles came close to equalising right on the stroke of Half-Time when George Winser picked the ball in the middle of the Marlow half and had an effort that just went wide of the post.

Bar a few chances early in the half, it was the Moles that played all the football in the second half. Harvey Harry had a great chance to level things up when he was played through down the left but he scuffed his shot and the ball fell into the hands of Aaron Watkins. 

Wave after wave of Binfield FC attacks followed but the resolute Marlow defence stood firm. The closest chance fell to Taylor Morgan. Holland gained possession high up the pitch and found Lynch in the box. He laid it off to Taylor Morgan who looked to place it into the top corner. It looked to be heading it but a fine right hand from Watkins pushed the ball behind for a corner.

Despite the best efforts of the Moles, it finished 1-0 and Marlow who finished the night with a hard-earned clean sheet. The Moles will look to end the season on a high with an away trip to Leatherhead on Saturday and fight to the end of the season.

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