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Woodham Radars FC
Woodham Radars FC14 hours ago
Starts 02/02/2018.
Everyone’s Welcome as long your in year 3 👍
Woodham Radars FC
Woodham Radars FC16 hours ago
Starting Monday 5th February.

All non club players welcome, as pay as you play
Woodham Radars FC
Woodham Radars FC2 days ago
Training for Saturday 20th January is as follows:

3G 11:00-12:00 - U8Whites, U10 & U11 Girls, U11 & U14
3G 12:00-13:00 - U7, U8
Lodge Road: 10:00-12:00 - U12's
Elmwood: 10:00 - 11:30: U9's
Elmwood: 11:00-13:00 - U10 Avengers

U8 Reds - Training Cancelled
U11 Whites - 3G 11:00-13:00
Woodham Radars FC
Woodham Radars FC3 days ago
Hi All ,
The next Youth Council meeting is to be held next Thursday, details are as follows...

Again, this should last around an hour

It will be next Thursday 25th at 6pm in the Village Hall. Hopefully your representative can make it .
Woodham Radars FC
Woodham Radars FC4 days ago
Reminder: Wednesday goalkeeper training tomorrow, 6-7pm. Working on dealing with strikes coming into line with the goalkeeper.

From scooping collapse-type saves, K-scoops and standard handling with mid-height strikes "W" saves and "Cup" saves.
Woodham Radars FC
Woodham Radars FC6 days ago
12-goal thriller at Melbourne Park finishes in a draw for Radars Men:

Galleywood Rangers 6-6 Woodham Radars

Radars started the game superbly. The blues were very much on top, pinning Galleywood into their own half. Around 10 minutes in, Radars were awarded a free-kick in the opposing half. A curled delivery from central defender, Darryl Worbey met the head of fellow defender, Brad O'Connell to hit the back of the net. 1-0. Worbey would prove himself a free-kick specialist later in the game.

Galleywood began to up their performance and hit Radars on the counter on a few occasions. The opposition winger threatened the Radars goal minutes later, finding space in the box before an excellent sliding challenge from central defender, Josh Long, denied the chance.

Unfortunately, despite some good defending, minutes later Radars fell short. The ball was lost in a poor area allowing the striker to get in on goal before slotting the ball through the Radars Keeper's legs. 1-1.

Shortly after the away-side were in again. The Galleywood striker approached the Radars goal before passing around the Radars Keeper, only for central defender, Brad O'Connell to intercept the ball and clear to safety.

Radars began to settle on the ball once again and looked in charge. Radars went ahead thanks to a blinding strike from fan-favourite and poster boy, Ryan Lupton. A scramble for the ball just outside the box saw Lupton come up trumps before producing a half-volley that sent the ball in, just under the bar. 2-1.

In the final ten minutes of the half, Radars seemed to lose all shape and organisation. Galleywood dominating the final moments, Radars dealing well with a number of corners before the whistle.

HT: 2-1
Radars continued to look disorganised from the 10-minute spell before half-time and were quickly punished. A ball over the top met the run of the opposition striker and the Radars Goalkeeper. A controversial penalty was awarded from the clash for the ball which gave Galleywood the equaliser. 2-2.

Almost immediately, Galleywood were on the attack again. The opposition striker beat his man, cut onto his right foot on the edge of the box before firing into the bottom right corner. 3-2 to Galleywood.

Minutes later, Radars were awarded a free-kick on the edge of the opposition box. Central defender, Darryl Worbey stepped up and delicately guided the ball up, over the wall and into the top corner- a gorgeous goal. 3-3.

Soon after, striker, Alex Swan produced some superb work on the ball, running around both defender and goalkeeper before slotting into the open net. 4-3 to Woodham.

However, once again, Radars failed to tighten up at the back. Within just a couple of minutes Galleywood scored two goals, including a superb half-volley from quite a distance, to get in front. 5-4 to Galleywood.

With minutes to play, substitute Nathan Naylor did well to control a driven, long-ball before playing back to Harry Lupton. The subsequent attempt to cross the ball produced a handball from the opposition defender which resulted in the awarding of a penalty for Radars. Central defender, Brad O’Connell buried the ball in the top right with an excellent strike. 5-5.

The Radars back-line were then caught far too high, a simple sent the away-striker through in acres of space before finishing well. 6-5.

Once again, Woodham Radars were awarded a free-kick outside of the opposition box. Darryl Worbey, having both already assisted and scored from the set-piece, stepped up. Once again, a sensational goal, this time a more powerful strike, whipping the ball into the top-left corner. What a goal. 6-6.

FT: 6-6

Man of the Match: Central defender, Brad O’Connell two vital goals and a solid performance all round.

Special mention for Darryl Worbey who will be releasing his DVD full of free-kick taking tips soon "Whip it like Worbey".