Match Reports 2006-07
Stewarts & Lloyds Corby 0-0 Buckingham Town
Saturday, 31 March 2007
John Mackay and Bobby Drain had the best chances to win it for S&L.
Buckingham Town 0-0 Wellingborough Town 2004
Saturday, 24 March 2007
Buckingham remain a point adrift of Ford Sports while the Doughboys are now looking over their shoulders as Potton close the gap on them.
Boston Town 4-0 Buckingham Town Saturday, 17
Gary Bull opened the scoring with a low shot on the quarter hour after cutting in from the left with Paul Goodhand adding a 39th minute second after Robins keeper Tom Wiltshire could only parry a Micky Nuttell cross. Goodhand scored his second from 18 yards fourteen minutes into the second half. Adam Castagnetti cleared Nuttell's header off the line but a fourth goal soon followed, Bull rounding off the scoring with ten minutes to play, converting a free kick after Goodhand was brought down by Robin Tucker just outside the box.
Buckingham Town 0-1 Stewarts & Lloyds Corby Saturday, 10
Michael Stanton went
into goal and made a couple of good saves and a 46th minute Bobby Drain goal
gave the Corby club their seventh Ford Meadow win in eight seasons.
Buckingham Town 0-4 Boston Town Saturday, 17 February 2007
Boston goal ace Gary Bull was in fine form as the Poachers saw off their out of sorts hosts at Ford Meadow.
The Robins, now without a point in eight games, fell behind two minutes before the break when Bull opened his account. He added a 54th minute second before being joined on the score sheet by Jonny Rowan after 63 minutes.
With a minute remaining Bull completed his hat trick to make it 33 goals for the season in UCL football.
Cogenhoe United 12-0 Buckingham Town Saturday, 03 February 2007
Cogenhoe ran in the biggest goal tally of the Premier season with this demolition of a Robins side now bottom of the pile following a seventh successive defeat.
A 12th minute Carl Holmes effort started the goal spree with Scott Goodacre adding a 25th minute second. Richard Bunting added a 35th minute third with Holmes scoring his own second sixty seconds later and Rob Goldring coming off the bench to score on 38 minutes. Bunting's second on 40 minutes completed the first half tally.
The Robins continued to ship goals on resumption with Holmes netting on 47 and 50 minutes and Goldring making it nine on the hour. Teenage talent Steve Diggin added the next two after 67 and 80 minutes with Holmes taking his personal total for the afternoon to five with seven minutes to play.
Yaxley 4-1 Buckingham Town Saturday, 27 January 2007
Lenton gave the Cuckoos the lead on the quarter hour with further goals
following quickly from Simon Acton after 20 minutes and Steve Burns two minutes
later. Mark Paul's 17th goal of the season, a penalty on the half hour, wrapped
up the win with Rory Brabant scoring a consolation for Buckingham with five
minutes to play.
The Motormen made no such mistakes on resumption and quickly gained the initiative. Danny Wright opened the scoring after fifty minutes with a left footed drive after the opening was created by Tommy Waldock who promptly set up brother Ian to score a second two minutes later.
The home side continued to force the pace with Simeon Nembhard and Tommy Waldock both denied by the frame of the goal.
In the closing stages Fords pressed home their advantage to make it a rout. Top scorer Jon Crockett netted goal number three after 80 minutes following a surging run on the right by substitute Matty Cox and fellow replacement Paul Currier found the target after 88 and 90 minutes to complete Fords' biggest win of the season.
Buckingham Town 1-4 Newport Pagnell Town Tuesday,
26 December 2006
Danny Nicholls gave Newport a 25th minute advantage, but it was his second goal three minutes past the hour which gave the Swans control. Abdul Abdi's 75th minute strike for the Robins threatened a home revival but the match was beyond Buckingham when Richard Armstrong scored a third for the visitors after 83 minutes.
Nicholls had the last word completing his hat trick in the final minute.
Raunds Town 3-1 Buckingham Town Saturday, 23 December
After a goalless first half which saw the crossbar deny Danny Frid an opener for the Shopmates, Raunds went ahead after 47 minutes through defender Lee Dorrington who headed in a Dan Thompson cross, and three minutes later Matty Curtis doubled the Shopmates' advantage after rounding goalkeeper Reece Kirk. Buckingham replied after 57 minutes, Marcus McGillycuddy marking his return to Robins colours with a goal, but a second of the afternoon from Curtis from close range a quarter of an hour from time sealed a welcome win for Raunds.
With regular goalkeeper Chris Jones out injured Shopmates manager Colin Ridgway filled in between the sticks joining sons Dane and Callum in the Raunds line up!
Blackstones 3-1 Buckingham Town Saturday, 09 December
Buckingham Town 3-1 Long Buckby Wednesday, 06
December 2006 Buckingham Charity Cup Round 1
Buckingham Town 1-3 Northampton Spencer Saturday, 02
The Millers took a first minute lead through Zac Nedimovic who headed in a Chris Davies cross from the left and they doubled their advantage on the half hour through Ben Foste who broke down the right, cut inside and rounded the keeper to slot home. Reuben Max-Grant's close range first half stoppage time reply for the Robins, his eleventh goal of the season, kept the game close but Foster's 16th goal of the season from a narrow angle a minute past the hour wrapped up the win for Steve Jelley's men.
Buckingham Town 1-1 St Ives Town Wednesday, 29 November
Buckingham looked set for a confidence boosting win when Reuben Max-Grant and Chris Robson combined to set up Abdul Abdi who netted with a low shot after 67 minutes, but they were pegged back seven minutes from time by Will Fordham's equaliser for the visitors, a quickly taken free kick from distance catching out the home defence.
Deeping Rangers 3-0 Buckingham Town Saturday, 04
Buckingham Town 1-2 Wootton Blue Cross Wednesday, 01
Buckingham Town 3-3 Blackstones Saturday, 28 October
Long Buckby 5-1 Buckingham Town Saturday, 21 October
Stotfold 2-1 Buckingham Town Tuesday, 17 October 2006
Buckingham Town 0-0 Raunds Town Saturday, 14 October
Holbeach United 0-1 Buckingham Town Saturday, 07 October
Northampton Spencer 4-1 Buckingham Town
Saturday, 30 September 2006
St Ives Town 5-1 Buckingham Town
Tuesday, 26 September 2006
Buckingham Town 1-7 Witney United
Saturday, 23 September 2006 F.A. Vase
Second Round Qualifying
Newport Pagnell Town 1-1 BTFC (0-3 Pens) Tuesday 19 September 2006
Buckingham moved into the last 16 of the Knockout Cup after winning on penalties after extra time.
The Robins took a 25th minute lead through Reuben Max-Grant but Pagnell equalised after 79 minutes with a Vinny Shrieves goal. No score in extra time, but both Wayne Spencer and Chris Robson were sent off for Buckingham in the second period.
The Robins held on to a penalty shootout and progressed thanks to Marcus Sawyer, Richard Smith and Andy Prescott strikes, while Shrieves, Richard Armstrong and Tom Hill all missed for Pagnell.
Buckingham Town 1-4 Raunds Town Saturday, 16
September 2006 F.A. Cup
First Round Qualifying
Buckingham Town 1-4 Potton United
Wednesday, 13 September 2006
Buckingham Town 0-2 Long Buckby
Saturday, 09 September 2006
Buckingham Town 3-2 Hanwell Town
Wednesday, 06 September 2006 F.A. Cup
Preliminary Round - Replay
Hanwell Town 2-2 Buckingham Town
Saturday, 02 September 2006 F.A. Cup
Town 2-1 Yaxley Saturday, 26 August 2006
Cross 2-2 Buckingham Town Wednesday, 23 August 2006
Bourne Town 0-0
Buckingham Town Saturday, 19 August 2006
BTFC 5-4 Stotfold Wednesday 16 August 2006
excellent game for the spectator with 9 goals and end to end football.
Buckingham started well and on 24 mins Reuben Max Grant finished off a fine
move after some good work from Marcus Sawyer. Against the run of play
Stotfold equalised after a mix up in the Buckingham defence. Stotfold took
the lead after a well taken free kick and just before half time Stotfold
further their lead with a disputed goal when Buckingham Town defender
Wayne Spencer looked to have been fouled, but the ref waved play on and
Stotfold went into half time 3-1 up. The second half started well for
Buckingham with Richard Smith going close. With Buckingham attacking
Stotfold broke away and slotted in their 4th goal. 4-1 down. Buckingham
now 4-1 down were playing well with lots of attacking play so it was
inevitable that Reuben Max Grant went on for his hatrick with two well
taken goals. With time running out Buckingham kept pushing forward and
Rory Hunter finished a fine move with an excellent finish 4-4
Reports taken mostly from the football.mitoo website.