Ground: Winklebury

More information about the ground and where to park can be found on the Basingstoke Town website.

October 18, 2022

Basingstoke Town vs Binfield

The Moles have progressed to the third round of the Velocity Trophy after their 2-0 victory in the hands of Basingstoke thanks to goals from Eddie Lee and James Beauchamp.

Eddie Lee’s did just enough to strike past Mark Scott in the Basingstoke net after just 6 minutes which gave the moles an early advantage. The moles thought they’d doubled their lead through James Beauchamp after some tricky feet from Kai Hobbs meant he was able to release the ball just before getting sithed down on the edge of the area with Beauchamp finding the back of the net as the referee blew his whistle for the earlier foul on Hobbs…

Sean Dallimore was cautioned for his foul on Hobbs, and it proved to be a costly one, as just five minutes later he flew into the back of Kian Duncan which meant his appearance in the game was short lived.

As the first half drew to a close, Basingtoke launched a free kick into the area, only to be denied by the Binfield stopper Devon Gordon, his first real piece of work and what proved to be one of his last…

The second half saw a real shift, as Binfield managed the game well and both sides were able to bring some young players off the bench with the Moles introducing Max Reid being introduced on just 52 minutes.

It was time for James Beauchamp to double the moles’ lead on the hour mark as he was able to bring down Liam Tack’s long ball and round Scott in the Basingstoke net and well and truly finish the game off from the Moles’ point of view.

Binfield made further changes to maintain the fitness of their senior players before a busy few weeks, but their changes meant that more moles made their debuts including Jake Fisher and William Mabukwa.

Basingstoke Town – 0
Binfield – 2
Eddie Lee (7′)
James Beauchamp (59′)

Basingstoke Town: 1 Mark Scott, 2 Daniel Williamson (Aiden Lewis 56′), 3 Callum Winchcombe (Noah Chengun 85′), 4 Scott Armsworth  , 5 Shaun Dallimore  , 6 Nathan Smart, 7 Anton Rodgers (Michael Atkinson 74′), 8 Brody Peart (Ben Mason 60′), 9 Ezio Touray (Marcio Neves 65′), 10 James Clark, 11 Shamar  Moore
Subs: 12 Michael Atkinson, 14 Marcio Neves, 16 Noah Chengun, 18 Ben Mason, 19 Aiden Lewis

Binfield: 1 Devon Gordon (Zakaria Abdulhadi 64′), 2 Kai Hobbs (Brad Pagliaroli 51′), 3 Massimo Giamattei, 4 Jonathan Denton (Jake Fisher 65′), 5 Sean Moore, 6 Lewis Pegg   (Max Reid 50′), 7 James Beauchamp, 8 Liam Tack, 9 Johnny Efedje (Tinomudaishe Mabukwa 77′), 10 Kian Duncan  , 11 Eddie Lee
Subs: 12 Max Reid, 14 Jake Fisher, 15 Tinomudaishe Mabukwa, 16 Brad Pagliaroli, 17 Zakaria Abdulhadi

Attendance: 205
Referee: Tom Baines


August 29, 2022
Chris Grace. Photo: Neil Graham.

Basingstoke Town vs Binfield

Second half goals from Connor Holland and captain Sean Moore seal the three points in North Hampshire against Basingstoke Town.

Binfield FC: Chris Grace, Kai Hobbs, Massimo Giamattei, Jonathan Denton (sub: Kian Duncan), Joe Gater, Lewis Pegg, Taylor Morgan (sub: Johnny Efedje), Liam Tack, Sean Moore, Connor Holland (sub: Brandon Curtis), Harvey Harry. Not used: Liam Gavin, James Beauchamp.

Carl Withers reaction:

April 18, 2022