Macca “very proud” of Hemel high

Fleet boss Daryl McMahon was overjoyed to maintain his side’s unbeaten away record in the circumstances they did at Vauxhall Road on Saturday. The Fleet’s late, late show saw Matt Godden continue his scoring streak and Danny Kedwell (pictured) bury a penalty in his trademark powerful fashion to cancel out what seemed to be Michael Richens’…

Hemel Hempstead Town 1-2 Fleet

An incredible three-goal finale to a goalless 80 minutes saw Fleet score two very late goals to snatch three points where one would probably have been perfectly acceptable after Hemel had converted their own late strike. It is games such as these you look back on at the end of a season as pivotal moments and if Fleet…

Fleet 4-1 Molesey

Matt Godden continued his blistering streak of form with another two strikes as Fleet’s early blitz of goals rocked a Molesey side who, after the initial setback, gave as good as they got in the second half. Daryl McMahon went for a 3-5-2 formation for the second week, though this time by choice, as Anthony Acheampong kept his…

Fleet 4-2 Bishop’s Stortford

Matt Godden reached 30 career goals for Ebbsfleet United this afternoon and added another hat-trick to his record as Fleet’s first-half blitz put the game beyond Bishop’s Stortford’s reach. Fleet made the most of a first-half in which they were forced to deploy three central defenders after the late withdrawal of Joe Howe. His replacement, Aiden Palmer,…

Eastbourne Borough 1-2 Fleet

Fleet’s unbeaten record against Eastbourne Borough continued in dreadful weather conditions this afternoon, but more importantly they picked up a hard-earned three points to consolidate top spot in the Vanarama National League South. Daryl McMahon made one change to the starting lineup, with Jordan Parkes returning in midfield and Danny Haynes dropping to the bench…

Fleet 1-1 Oxford City

Matt Godden’s ninth goal of the season and a stirring second-half performance couldn’t quite propel Fleet to victory over their nearest challengers Oxford City, who had a man sent off late on for a foul on Fleet’s goalscorer. Daryl McMahon named an unchanged starting lineup, though Robbie Willmott – fit again after an ankle problem…

Fleet 2-3 Wealdstone

Fleet were undone at home for the second league game in succession as a resilient Wealdstone gave them too much work to do, having gone ahead on three occasions, the final time proving too much for the home side. There was one change for the Fleet, with Jordan Parkes making way for Dean Rance, while…

Gosport Borough 1-2 Fleet

Fleet got back to winning ways after three games without a victory as they saw off sixth-placed Gosport Borough on the south coast. And winger Danny Haynes got his long-awaited starting place as he was handed the shirt normally taken by John-Paul Kissock, who had to be content with a place on the bench. Gosport…

Pooley pins his hopes on awesome foursome for charity

Fleet’s budding golf professionals swung into action to help raise money for charity this week. The Fleet entered a strong fourball in the FFT Golf Day on 7th October. Organised by the Fleet’s shorts sponsors, the day was in aid of the Effinity Charitable Foundation (which aims to broaden the horizons of disadvantaged young people…

Fleet 1-2 Chelmsford City

Much like last season’s FA Cup exit, Fleet let slip a lead, saw a number of chances go begging and succumbed to a sucker punch of a goal late on as Chelmsford advanced into the Third Qualifying Round. The visitors were well-organised and gave as good as they got in the first half and had…