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Tooting & Mitcham United
C Stimson (45', 79'), J Nouble (70'), R Winn (85')
Full time
P Wedgeworth (55' Pen)
Tue 13 Mar 19:45 - The Bostik Football League - Premier Division Attendance 108

Thurrock 4 - 1 Tooting & Mitcham United

By Dom Baker

Thurrock hosted Tooting & Mitcham United in what could be the final game under the lights at Ship Lane. It was an opportunity to build upon an impressive result on Saturday against a team struggling at the foot of the table. Before the round of fixtures Tooting & Mitcham were placed in 23rd on 34 points whilst The Fleet are in 13th with 46.

Thurrock named an unchanged team from Saturday’s win and looked to carry that momentum into this tie. Tooting and Mitcham started brighter applying pressure and find Chace O’Neill 20-yards from goal, who struck cleanly with his right boot but clipped the crossbar with his effort.

Thurrock’s first chance came through Ronnie Winn who picked up a loose ball on the edge of the box. He dropped his shoulder and shot with his left which was straight at United keeper Pierson. Moments later Winn turned provider, his in-swinging corner was met by Lewwis Spence at the back post whose header was fired into the side netting.

A string of corners followed in the next few minutes which almost gave the hosts the opener. Joel Nouble poked the ball back for Spence whose shot was blocked bravely, the rebound then fell to Perry Dunn who couldn’t get his effort past the bodies in the goalmouth either.

The first 30-minutes were cagey, loose touches and late tackles meant much of the half was being played in the middle of the park. When Tooting & Mitcham got forward they broke with pace out wide. Winger Juevan Spencer got forward in the 31st minute, beat his man and flashed a cross into the 6-yard box. The ball seemed destined to find a fellow purple shirt but was cut out well by Dexter Peter.

Moments later in the 32nd minute a Ronnie Winn delivery caused yet more problems. This time the whipped ball found Charlie Stimson who rose high but couldn’t find the target. United’s best chance of the half fell to Juevan Spencer. He timed his run into the box perfectly to meet a looping cross but lashed his effort well over.

Thurrock replied with a great chance of their own. Remi Sutton burst forward on the left flank and centred for Winn. The attacker’s left footed finish beat the keeper but beat the post too.

On the stroke of half time Thurrock got the game’s opener. Reece Morgan drove into the opposition’s half before drilling the ball low into the area. It bypassed the centre-half and fell to Charlie Stimson on the penalty spot who took a touch and dispatched the ball into the top corner.

Charlie Stimson (45’)

Half Time:- Thurrock 1 - 0 Tooting & Mitcham United

In the 4th minute of the second period the game saw its 3rd yellow card, an illustration to the competitiveness on display. Tooting centre-back Matt Drage was booked for pushing Stimson to the ground as he raced down the right wing. The visitors looked up for a fight despite being one behind.

Just 4 minutes later Tooting level the tie. Purple shirts flooded the box and when Spencer went down the referee pointed to the spot. It was hard to tell how the foul was given, or who gave it away, but it was tucked home into the side netting by defender Wedgeworth.


Tooting & Mitcham looked a completely different side in this second period, winning headers and getting to loose balls. Thurrock responded to the pressure with the game’s first substitution. James Goode was replaced by Michael Pindy who slotted into attack.

Moments later United made a change of their own. Dan Clements made way for Ollie Bennett. The game’s 4th yellow, and Tooting’s 3rd went to O’Neill for a heavy challenge on Jordan Clark who consequently received physio treatment.

Despite the visitors’ intent Thurrock always seemed to possess more quality when going forward. The final pass or touch was often missing in the first hour but on the 70th minute mark they went ahead once again. Reece Morgan’s crossfield pass found Nouble’s run perfectly and allowed for an easy slot into the bottom corner.

Joel Nouble (70’)

Just 9 minutes later, Thurrock extended their lead. A loose pass was collected by McNamara and lofted over the opposition back four. Stimson latched onto the clever pass and poked the ball under Tooting’s advancing keeper. Route one at its finest.

Charlie Stimson (79’)

Thurrock kept up the pressure by getting players into the box. Ronnie Winn recovered a loose ball high in the opposition area and fed it to Michael Pindy on the right flank. The winger jinked past one, then two before laying it back to Winn on the penalty spot, all that was left to do was to stroke it past the keeper.

Ronnie Winn (85’)

3 goals in, what felt like, a very quick 15-minute period well and truly killed the game. Thurrock showed a ruthlessness that was simply too strong for the visitors.

The game winded down in a scrappy fashion. Remi Sutton picked up a caution for a late lunge on the left flank and tiredness showed all over the park. The final minutes of the game saw another penalty awarded to Tooting. A combination of Perry Dunn and Dexter Peter took down striker Bennett. The penalty was struck by Wedgeworth again but, this time, with a different outcome. McNamara dived down to his left and palmed the ball out to safety.


A slow first-half was met by a busy second. Thurrock were able to weather Tooting’s storm and better it with quick fire goals. A professional second-half was topped off with a fine penalty stop and gave McNamara some well-deserved plaudits.

Team: Ben McNamara, Reece Morgan, Remi Sutton, Perry Dunn, Jordan Clark, Dexter Peter, James Goode (Michael Pindy 62), Lewwis Spence, Charlie Stimson, Ronnie Winn (Timothy Ogunrinde 85), Joel Nouble
Unused: Toby Smith, Connor Weston, Joe Oseyemi
Attendance: 108

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Key moments

Goal Charlie Stimson scores for Thurrock
Scored Penalty Peter Wedgeworth scores a penalty for Tooting & Mitcham United
Goal Joel Nouble scores for Thurrock
Goal Charlie Stimson scores for Thurrock
Goal Ronnie Winn scores for Thurrock


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90:00 +4:00 Missed Penalty
Peter Wedgeworth misses a penalty for Tooting & Mitcham United
90:00 +4:00 Saved Penalty
Ben McNamara saves a penalty for Thurrock
90:00 +1:00 Yellow Card
Remi Sutton is yellow carded for Thurrock
85:00 Goal 4 - 1
Ronnie Winn scores for Thurrock
85:00 Assist
Michael Pindy makes an assist for Thurrock
85:00 Sub On
Timothy Ogunrinde is substituted on for Thurrock
85:00 Sub Off
Ronnie Winn is substituted off for Thurrock
79:00 Sub Off
Chace O'Neill is substituted off for Tooting & Mitcham United
79:00 Goal 3 - 1
Charlie Stimson scores for Thurrock
79:00 Assist
Ben McNamara makes an assist for Thurrock
79:00 Sub On
Omar Folkes is substituted on for Tooting & Mitcham United
75:00 Sub On
Isiah Jones is substituted on for Tooting & Mitcham United
75:00 Sub Off
Danny Bassett is substituted off for Tooting & Mitcham United
70:00 Assist
Reece Morgan makes an assist for Thurrock
70:00 Goal 2 - 1
Joel Nouble scores for Thurrock
67:00 Sub On
Ollie Bennett is substituted on for Tooting & Mitcham United
67:00 Sub On
Dan Clements is substituted on for Tooting & Mitcham United
65:00 Yellow Card
Chace O'Neill is yellow carded for Tooting & Mitcham United
62:00 Sub Off
James Goode is substituted off for Thurrock
62:00 Sub On
Michael Pindy is substituted on for Thurrock
55:00 Scored Penalty 1 - 1
Peter Wedgeworth scores a penalty for Tooting & Mitcham United
50:00 Yellow Card
Matt Drage is yellow carded for Tooting & Mitcham United
End of period 1
44:59 Assist
Reece Morgan makes an assist for Thurrock
44:59 Goal 1 - 0
Charlie Stimson scores for Thurrock
30:00 Yellow Card
Reis Stanislaus is yellow carded for Tooting & Mitcham United
28:00 Yellow Card
James Goode is yellow carded for Thurrock
Start of the game
Replay game

As it happened

  • Thurrock
  • Tooting & Mitcham United
  • 0
  • James Goode Yellow Card 28:00'
  • Reis Stanislaus Yellow Card 30:00'
  • Charlie Stimson Goal 44:59'
  • Reece Morgan Assist 44:59'
  • Matt Drage Yellow Card 50:00'
  • Peter Wedgeworth Scored Penalty 55:00'
  • Michael Pindy Sub On 62:00'
  • James Goode Sub Off 62:00'
  • Chace O'Neill Yellow Card 65:00'
  • Dan Clements Sub On 67:00'
  • Ollie Bennett Sub On 67:00'
  • Reece Morgan Assist 70:00'
  • Joel Nouble Goal 70:00'
  • Isiah Jones Sub On 75:00'
  • Danny Bassett Sub Off 75:00'
  • Ben McNamara Assist 79:00'
  • Charlie Stimson Goal 79:00'
  • Omar Folkes Sub On 79:00'
  • Chace O'Neill Sub Off 79:00'
  • Ronnie Winn Sub Off 85:00'
  • Timothy Ogunrinde Sub On 85:00'
  • Michael Pindy Assist 85:00'
  • Ronnie Winn Goal 85:00'
  • Remi Sutton Yellow Card 90:00 +1:00'
  • Ben McNamara Saved Penalty 90:00 +4:00'
  • Peter Wedgeworth Missed Penalty 90:00 +4:00'

Team selection

McNamara, Ben McNamara, Ben
Morgan, Reece Morgan, Reece
Sutton, Remi Sutton, Remi
Dunn, Perry Dunn, Perry
Peter, Dexter Peter, Dexter
Goode, James Goode, James
Clark, Jordan Clark, Jordan
Nouble, Joel Nouble, Joel
Spence, Lewwis Spence, Lewwis
Winn, Ronnie Winn, Ronnie
Stimson, Charlie Stimson, Charlie
Tooting & Mitcham United
  • 1. Matte Pierson
  • 2. Tope Fadahunsi
  • 3. Peter Wedgeworth
  • 4. Eddie Dines
  • 5. Matt Drage
  • 6. Quincy Rowe
  • 7. Isiah Jones
  • 8. Chace O'Neill
  • 9. Danny Bassett
  • 10. Reis Stanislaus
  • 11. Juevan Spencer
  • 12. Omar Folkes
  • 13. .
  • 14. Ollie Bennett
  • 15. Dan Clements
  • 16. Sol Patterson-Bohner
  • 17. Kadeem Ajeon

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# Team Pl Pts
11. Metropolitan Police 45 63
12. Harrow Borough 45 60
13. Thurrock 45 57
14. Worthing 45 56
15. Kingstonian 44 56
16. Enfield Town 45 55
17. Dorking Wanderers 45 55

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