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C O M M E N T S / H I G H L I G H T S
Ho= me Ground: West Street, Ewell              
Va= uxhall Opel League Division 2 South              
Po= sition 14th out of 21                  
FAC 1q Lewes   0-2            
FAV 1st Camberley Town 1-3            
ACDC Pr rep Collier Row 3-4            
LSC 1st Ford United 1-2            
SSC 2nd Woking   1-2            
Chairman Nigel Anstis                
Treasurer Nigel Anstis                
Secretary Dave Wilson   Another new business number from Novemb= er 1989 - 01-626 8961.  
Manager Ricky Kidd replaced by Adrian Hill          
Captain Brian Perkins until March - v-c Paul An= drews          
Physio Ken Jones - Born 24/2/45 in Worcester Park - two younger brothers Stanley and Clifford - married to Pam
Re= s Manager John Sears           Yo= uth Manager Tony Coombe              
C= ommittee: Membership Secretary Richard Lambert, other members Pam Cook, Carol Read, Glen Connett,  
Gi= l Schmidt                  
Cl= ub stats show Tim Tweedy is advised as 25 apps but it was actually 26.        
There are other issues in club stats this year for Dack, Laverty, Fry, Walcott and Frankland but they are the fault of
t= he programme cumulative stats. The programme line ups are correct though and the recor= ds are correct here.  
J= une 89 Adrian Hill is appointed Manager of Leatherhead with Mick Stratford as Assistant Manager. Hill had  
t= wo years out of the hot seat, just scouting. He is 44 and Stratford is 36. Stratford j= oins after two years as  
Ca= ptain of Grays Athletic.                
J= une 89 Former player Robin Lewis joins Kingstonian after a couple of successful years at Enfield, where he  
ha= d scored the winner in the FA Cup tie v Leyton Orient last season.        
2= 6/6/89 AGM All officials re-elected. Nothing else of note except for the advising of= a small loss this year,  
la= rgely due to the floodlights.                
1= /7/89 Dave Wilson writes to Charlton, following Matt Elliott's transfer to Torquay United, and asking whether  
a = fee was received. Disappointing that Epsom had to write to Charlton to ask in the first place.    
2= 5/7/89 Further to the request Charlton enclose a cheque for 1,500 in respect of= a 15% resale. Must have  
be= en sold to Torquay for 10,000. He was.              
29= /7/89 Epsom lose 2-1 to Sutton @ Collingwood Rec. Local papers listed Epsom at home to    
Su= tton (Advertiser) and also away to Cor Casuals (Comet)          
19= 89/90 Les Cleevely and John Raffington at Carshalton Athletic          
Aug 89 Malden Vale are new to the League as runners up= in the Dan Air League to BAE Weybridge. They have a new
100 seater stand according to the Isthmian League bull= etin which "will eventually be extended to accommodate 250".
3= /8/89 Epsom defeat Surbiton in a friendly 3-2 says Advertiser and Herald. I also have= 3-1 from another source.  
5/= 8/89 Epsom defeat Merstham 3-0 @ Longmead School. They are trying to protect the pit= ch a bit.    
8= /8/89 Kingstonian win 1-0 at Longmead School in a match restricted to 40 minutes each way. Late winner  
fr= om former Epsom player Andy Dear.              
N= ew players Steve Flack (W & H) rejoining after some time in Finland, Paul Watts (Dorking), John Cook  
(Woking).                    
Au= g 89 Tim Tweedy suspended three games at the start of the season.        
N= ewport County expected to join League with fixtures arranged for 2/12/89 and 5/5= /90, but they did not join.  
19= /8/89 Kingstonian's first match at new stadium.            
19= /8/89 Stalemate at home to Molesey. John Cook debut.          
Aug 89 Kevin Duffell leaves club for Tooting & Mit= cham where he joins Dave Taylor, moving from Croydon and Paul Riley
from Farnborough, all former Epsom players. A later Isthmian Bulletin says that Riley joined from Woking instead.
Au= g 89 former player Ian Stillwell is at Met Police but is injured conceding a penalty against Harlow!    
Au= g 89 former player Martin Gillings is at Dulwich Hamlet.          
A= ug 89 A former Dutch Division Two player Arjan van Sliedregt joins the club. Had = been out after breaking  
hi= s leg at Welling last year while playing for Sutton Reserves.          
2= 2/8/89 Epsom win 3-2 at Yeading with two goals from David Fry. Big argument at end of = game between players.  
23= /8/89 Former player Jim Chennell dies aged 73. At Epsom Cemetery.        
26= /8/89 Epsom & Ewell are 2-0 up but lose 3-2 at Petersfield United in the last min= ute.      
29= /8/89 Epsom draw 1-1 with Collier Row after extra time in this League Cup tie. Replay required.    
R= ichard Strong broke his nose this day. Epsom led with 11 minutes left but three minutes later it was 1-1.  
2/= 9/89 Another replay is required as Epsom draw at home to Met Police 0-0.        
2/9/89 former player Martin Gillings scores twice for Dulwich but makes error at the end allowing Grays an equaliser.
5= /9/89 Epsom win the replay 2-0. A fine strike from Neil Robson set them on their way = at Imber Court.  
7/= 9/89 R.A.Verrills leaves for Leatherhead              
9= /9/89 Epsom slip up on a rutted pitch at Maidenhead 1-0. Maidenhead mispen (HIGH) at = 1-0 in second half.  
1= 0/9/89 Epsom & Ewell Supporters first ever League game, won 2-1 at Ashtead Park Reserves at Ashtead FC.  
1= 3/9/89 Epsom led 2-1 and 3-2 with four minutes left, yet lost 4-3 at Collier Row. Epsom would never have  
an= y success there.                  
Sept 89 Martin Jones and Murray Jones are both at Carshalton where both are injured. Murray was a former player while
Martin is a future one but already has a groin strain = that would hamper him in future. Martin had trained with Molesey in
pre-season. Later in the month Murray Jones would sign= for Crystal Palace for a five figure fee. Les Cleevely is also
at= Carshalton, another former keeper.              
Sept 89 future Reserve and Youth Manager Trevor Smith rejoins Whyteleafe after a season at Leatherhead. Is paired
wi= th Steve Milton another former Epsom striker who would go on to join Fulham shortl= y.      
1= 6/9/89 Lewes knock Epsom out of the FA Cup 2-0. A blustery day and Epsom had the wind = in the first half,  
bu= t couldn't take advantage.                
Sept 89 former keepers Simon Melius and Gary Dodd both join Banstead. Melius had spent two years at Carshalton,
wh= ile Dood joins from Leatherhead.              
19= /9/89 Epsom win 3-0 at Bracknell Town in a League match.          
22= /9/89 reported that Carshalton's leading sc= orer for the past two seasons, former Epsom player    
Mu= rray Jones (24) joins Crystal Palace for 15,000.            
23= /9/89 A point apiece is fair as Epsom get a 1-1 draw at Chertsey Town. Bob Horn debut.    
26= /9/89 Epsom defeat Abingdon Town 3-0 with all goals in the first half.        
30/9/89 Epsom defeat Camberley 1-0 at West Street with= a goal from Brian Perkins. Richard Strong returned after
re= covering from a broken nose.                
S= ept 89 Arjan van Sliedregt joins from Sutton United. Steve Flack also returns to the c= lub after a season playing  
fo= otball in Finland.                  
3= /10/89 Epsom would have gone top if they had won, but despite leading at home to Banst= ead, they only draw  
1-= 1. Epsom go third. We have to wait 13 years from this point to top a league table.      
7= /10/89 Easy 3-0 win for Epsom at bottom club Horsham. Second half was lazy again as E= psom switched off.  
12= /10/89 Team Photo in scrapbook but poor quality. Epsom Herald.        
O= ct 89 Richard Strong and Simon Alldridge leave the club for Adrian Hill's Leatherhead. Perkins has an  
ac= hilles injury. Future player Andy Boxall also goes there from Chipstead.        
Oct 89 reference to former player John Raffington who = is celebrating 10 years with Carshalton, although no reference
is= made in the league bulletin to his spell at Epsom in 1984/85.          
Oc= t 89 former player Peter Bartlett is now at Staines Town.          
12= /10/89 Simon Alldridge joins from Leatherhead            
14= /10/89 A late equaliser for Bob Horn at Flackwell Heath secures a 1-1 draw.        
An= dy Syradd's player contract was cancelled from 16/9/89, confirms the FA on 20/9/89.      
O= ct 89 twenty year old Chris Powell, a former Epsom Youth player is transfer listed by Crystal Palace.  
Oc= t 89 former and future player and future Manager Ray Purvis is Captain at Dulwich Ham= let.    
Oct League Bulletin makes reference to a former Epsom player Tex Wiltshire who was a Horsham Manager in the 70s.
21= /10/89 Epsom & Ewell's 500th Isthmian League game but lost 5-0 at home to Ruislip Manor.    
2= 1/10/89 After the game an evening presentation has a cheque for 3000 to the Mars= den presented to  
nu= rses by Joan Dunbar and Sue Glazebrook, widows of Eddy and John who died recently.    
24= /10/88 A second half Neil Robson goal saw Epsom past Hungerford 1-0 at West Street= .    
2= 8/10/89 Dreadful conditions at Eastbourne United. Chris Holding takes a goal kick= and it goes back over his  
h= ead and out for a corner! Lost 1-0 to a late goal from long distance. Robson lucky to escape with a booking  
af= ter a nasty late challenge which saw an Eastbourne player carried off.        
28/10/89 Steve Milton is signed from Whyteleafe by Ful= ham on a 30 month contract for 20,000 and made his debut
a= gainst Brentford in a 2-0 defeat. He is 26 and was being watched by Ray Lewington (manager) for two years.  
31= /10/89 A late late goal for Newbury pinched a 1-0 win at Epsom.          
4= /11/89 FA Vase disaster at home to Camberley, who had already lost once at West Str= eet this season, but  
wo= n 3-1 this time. Epsom had been exempt to this stage. Perkins and Hadingham still out injured.    
No= v 89 Steve Barwick and Graham Morris at Sutton United          
9/= 11/89 John Tippell joins from Dorking              
9/= 11/89 Steve Flack leaves for Woking              
11= /11/89 Epsom lose to a 70th minute goal at home to Malden Vale. Epsom hit the woodwork twice.    
11= /11/89 Rick Collier debut in goal. Former Sutton player joined from Walton & Hers= ham.      
11= /11/89 Steve Milton scores his first goal for Fulham in a 5-2 home defeat to Cardiff.<= /td>      
N= ov 89 regular Epsom supporter and Eastbourne United Chairman Steve Davies is on= e of seven who contribute  
to= a loan so that Eastbourne United can survive.            
N= ov 89 former players Ian Stillwell Is at Met Police, Robin Lewis is at Kingstonian and= Ray Purvis is at Dulwich.  
1= 8/11/89 Epsom end run of poor results with a 3-0 win at Feltham. First victory in five matches. Feltham  
had a player sent off at 2-0 and should have had anoth= er too after a player swung a punch at Paul Mumford. Ricky
Kidd scored one of the goals in a rare appearance and = Paul Andrews was captain in place of Brian Perkins who has
a = leg injury. Carlton Walcott also returned from injury back in March to score the third goal.    
25= /11/89 provisional friendly with Redhill but not played.            
N= ov 89 former player Martyn Spong is Manager at Maidenhead United. Also spent time at Brentford and Staines.  
2/= 12/89 Another free week for Epsom. This was the original Newport (H) date.        
5/= 12/89 A last minute 2-1 defeat to Ford United in LSC at West Street.        
9= /12/89 Maidenhead's first win at West Street says local papers, but they miss the fact that Maidenhead  
w= on here in 1953, 1955, 1956, 1960, and 1962!! They win 2-0 at Epsom. Former Epsom pl= ayer Paul Holder  
sc= ored the second goal for Maidenhead.              
De= c 89 former player Gary Greenaway is convicted of affray outside the Organ Inn.      
De= c 89 former keeper Les Cleevely is sent off for Carshalton Athletic.        
Dec 89 Beau Reynoiolds our former Chairman in the mid-Seventies is now joint Chairman at Worthing, having held a
si= milar position at Southwick.                
De= c 89 Gary Greenaway joins Molesey from Dorking            
De= c 89 Martyn Spong is Manager at Maidenhead            
1= 5/12/89 Former and future manager Adrian Hill is sacked at Leatherhead and replac= ed with John Cassidy.  
L= eatherhead say he resigned but Hill says that he and Micky Stratford were asked to l= eave by the club.  
To= ny Boorman is currently a player there but may now leave.          
16= /12/89 waterlogged pitch, game p-p. Southall (A).            
18= /12/89 Ian Rondeau joins from Sutton United            
2= 6/12/89 K.O. 11.30. Missed chances in a 0-0 draw with Egham with George Smith being se= nt off for retaliation  
ju= st before HT. He was suspended for three games.            
30= /12/89 Epsom defeat Horsham 4-1 at West Street. An easy win.          
Fi= rst game in 80's and last game in 80's was v Horsham. Both results were 4-1 to Epsom!=    
Da= ve Fry's player contract was cancelled from 6/1/90, confirms the FA on 11/1/90.      
Ja= son Hopper's player contract was cancelled from 22/1/90, confirms the FA on 26/1/90.      
2= /1/90 Whyteleafe are knocked out of the SSC for the second season running, 2-0 = at West Street. Former  
E= psom players playing for Whyteleafe: Mick Stratford, Lee Richardson, Steve Dungey, Rus= sell Harmsworth.  
6= /1/90 Leaders Yeading win 2-1 at West Street despite Epsom taking a fourth minu= te lead and leading at HT.  
Ja= n 90 former player John Egan joins Dulwich Hamlet from Dorking.        
Ja= n 90 former player Chris Kelly is now full time Manager at Kingstonian.        
Ja= n 90 Micky Stratford makes his debut for Whyteleafe at another of his former clubs, Woking.    
1= 3/1/90 Epsom lose 3-1 at Molesey having being second best throughout. Captain Brian Perkins returned in  
a= ttack but James Dack was on holiday and George Smith was suspended. Robert Winterha= lter was playing for  
M= olesey along with Clive Gartell and Chris Holding. A late consolation for Epsom with s= even minutes remaining.  
2= 0/01/90 Epsom defeat Petersfield 2-1 with two goals from Clive Hadingham. A new signing was expected but  
fe= ll through "at a very late stage."                
Jan 90 former player and professional footballer Joe Fascione is Assistant Manager at Bromley but takes over the
ma= in role for the remainder of the season.              
Ja= n 90 former player Marc Flemington joins Bromley from Farleigh Rovers.        
Ja= n 90 Paul Meredith joins Tooting & Mitcham United from Molesey        
6/= 1/90 Gary J Dodd joins Leatherhead from Banstead Athletic          
11= /1/90 Tony Boorman joins Bromley from Leatherhead            
23= /1/90 Depleted Epsom side lost 2-0 at home to Harefield. Kevin Robbins debut in goal.      
25= /1/90 Former player Dave Taylor appears in the Daily Mirror in the men's equivalent of Page 3!    
2= 7/1/90 Game kicked off at 2.30 at Abingdon as they had floodlight problems (damaged p= ower cables). Epsom  
we= nt 2-0 down but despite pulling one back after 44 minutes, they lost 2-1.        
30= /1/90 Epsom v Woking is p-p. Prog Y.              
Fe= b 90 Andy Skeet is at Croydon                
3/= 2/90 Epsom v Chertsey is p-p. Prog Y.              
6/= 2/90 Epsom lose 4-0 at Southall.              
Fe= b 90 former player Kevin Duffell injures ligaments at Tooting & Mitcham v Hampton= .      
8/= 2/90 Player Contract signed by Paul Lawrence Mumford.          
T= his was a contract at 25 per week from 10/2/90 to 5/5/90 and 18/8/90 to 4/5/91. Al= so a financial bonus of 5  
f= or each First XI appearance in League or Cup in 1989/90 and in 1990/91 5 per Fir= st XI appearance up to ten  
a= pps, after which, the next 15 apps would earn 7, the next ten would earn 8, and 9= for any additional  
ap= pearances over 35.                  
Si= gned with a proviso that should Ricky Kidd leave the club, this contract will be cancelled.    
Ho= wever this contract was cancelled from 20/3/90 confirms the FA on 22/3/90.        
10= /2/90 Banstead (A) is p/p.                
17= /2/90 Epsom get a 0-0 draw at Ruislip Manor. Epsom were unlucky not to win.      
1= 9/2/90 A large attendance saw a poor match in the SSC QF with Woking winning 2-1 at West Street, after  
E= psom had led at HT. Former Epsom striker Steve Flack scored the equaliser and a 68th minute free kick  
wo= n the game for Woking.                
24= /2/90 Epsom lead 2-1 after trailing at HT, but Flackwell fight back to draw 2-2.      
24= /2/90 Race Night for Epsom Eagles @ West Street. Prog Y.          
2= 7/2/90 Epsom's good record against Banstead continues with a 1-0 win at Merland = Rise Epsom's first win in  
si= x matches and Banstead's first defeat in seven.            
Ma= r 90 former player Rob Dilger joins from Dorking.            
3= /3/90 Epsom still can't beat Bracknell at home as a dreadful performance enabled the visitors to win 3-2.  
Future Camberley and Cove Manager Koo Dumbaya scored t= he first and the second was a penalty rebound, after Rick
C= ollier saved the original penalty. Andrews reduced the deficit before Epsom equalised = in the second half, but  
a = minute later they were behind again for good. Five Epsom players booked, four for arguing.    
8= /3/90 This result was the last straw, as the Committee decided to sack Ricky Kidd, although  
st= rangely gave him one last game before he would be replaced.        
10= /3/90 John Cook leaves for Leatherhead              
1= 0/3/90 last game for Ricky Kidd as manager who is sacked with effect from the next ga= me, 0-0 draw  
at= Camberley. The home keeper stopped everything that day as Epsom played quite well.    
P= aper says Kidd made 122 appearances but he only made 120, scoring 22 goals. He then signed on as a  
pl= ayer for his home club Merstham. He was still a good player at the age of 35.      
Is= thmian League Bulletin says that Kidd left through mutual consent!        
I= t was rumoured in the papers that many players would leave after the shock announcement, but it was only a<= /td>  
s= hock because Epsom so rarely sacked their managers. He was the third after Bill Kennedy and Alan Webb.  
S= utton make an approach for Neil Robson, while Brian Perkins and Paul Andrews never p= lay for the club again.  
17= /4/90 League Bulletin advises that Kidd and Perkins have gone to Molesey. Neil      
Ro= bson, Bob Horne, Rick Collier and Mark Norman all leave the club says the bulletin news.    
R= icky Kidd is understandably disappointed and pointed to the signing of the youngsters = on contracts, although  
i= t must be said that these contracts would be null and void if Kidd left, so he was covering himself a bit.  
H= e said "In the end unfortunately, a lot of clubs are run by people who do n= ot really realise these sort of things."  
He= credits Dave Wilson and Stella and accepted that the Director actually told him to his face.    
12= /3/90 Tony Hoy joins from Whyteleafe              
13= /3/90 first game back as manager for Adrian Hill. A 1-1 draw at Egham.      
H= e had been offered the job on Thursday night but had been approached earlier to find= out his interest. He  
a= ppeals to the players to remain until the end of the season and advises that youngs= ters will be given a chance.  
H= e says "that is full marks to Ricky Kidd and the rest of the staff who have attracted the young talent."  
H= e persuades eight players to remain for now. Andrews has gone to Whyteleafe and Perki= ns to Molesey.  
To= ny Hoy and Simon Andrews join from Whyteleafe. George Smith is believed to have left= the club.    
16= /3/90 English Schools F.A. 4th Round tie @ West Street. Wilson's School v Millfield. Prog Y.    
Cl= ive Hadingham's player contract was cancelled from 20/3/90, confirms the FA on 22/3/90.    
Al= so Lyndon Buckwell and Paul Mumford's contract cancelled on the same date.      
P= resume this was connected to the departure of Ricky Kidd, but could have been cancell= ed by the club. All  
th= ree players remained with the club into the 90/91 season.          
Th= ey were probably void.                
17= /3/90 Newbury hammer a weak Epsom 3-0 despite Tim Tweedy hitting the post early= in the game.    
2= 0/3/90 Tim Tweedy put Epsom ahead from 30 yards against Chertsey after 16 minutes and led at HT, but they  
lo= se at home 2-1.                  
22= /3/90 Simon Alldridge joins from Whyteleafe            
24/3/90 Arjan van Sliedregt plays his last game for Ep= som before returning to Holland due to work commitments. Epsom
l= ead against Eastbourne United after 30 seconds and never looked back, winning 3-1. Si= mon Alldridge returned to  
th= e club from Leatherhead. David Fry missed this game through suspension.        
M= ar 90 Rick Collier left the club for Three Bridges and Ricky Kidd has now moved to j= oin Perkins at Molesey.  
A= rthur Evans the former coach over so many years has also left the club. Paul Andrews = is now reported to  
be= at Malden Vale, along with George Smith.              
3= 1/3/90 Two goals in the first seven minutes (including the first after 13 seconds) m= ade Epsom's job difficult,  
a= lthough they had Captain Paul Mumford sent off on the hour before reducing the arrears after 68 through  
Ca= rlton Walcott. Two minutes later it was 3-1. A Hungerford player was sent off n= ear the end too.    
Apr 90 former player Colin Rose is Assistant Manager at Met Police where he has spent much of his playing career.
7/= 4/90 Two second half goals win the match for Southall but Epsom were a little unfortunate to lose.    
7/= 4/90 M.S. Green joins from Dorking. Micky Green?            
Ap= r 90 Andy Boxall is at Leatherhead              
Ap= r 90 former player Chris Hiscock joins Dulwich Hamlet from Tooting & Mitcham.      
Apr 90 referece in Isthmian League Bulletins to Joe Fascione who will be stepping down as Bromley Manager at the
en= d of the season.                  
1= 4/4/90 A strange day at Malden Vale as Epsom score five second half goals in eight= een minutes. The hosts  
h= ad been reduced to nine men by then. Paul Mumford missed the game starting a three game suspension,  
a= nd Jason Hopper was injured with Robert Frankland coming in for his debut. George Smith and Paul Andrews  
pl= ayed for Malden Vale this day.                
A= drian Hill was also missing this day, playing in a veterans tournament at Lensbury so John Sears took charge.  
2= 1/4/90 Early pressure counts for little as Feltham score two second half goals to win = 2-0 at West Street.  
D= ebut for Danny Potterton and Epsom finished with ten men as James Dack limped off = with a knee injury.  
Apr 90 former player Norman Dearlove takes on the Rese= rve Manager job at Molesey supporting his friend Martin Eede.
De= arlove had once been Eede's Manager.              
2= 4/4/90 Attempted arson at West Street as wood was piled against the stand and set alight but a member of  
th= e public spotted it and called the police. Minimal damage caused.        
2= 8/4/90 Epsom bounce back for their third win at Harefield in the last three visits. Th= ey also won there on their  
o= ther visit in August 1975. Nigel Bennett came in for the unavailable Tim Tweedy, mak= ing five youth teamers  
i= n the eleven and Hadingham scored after ten minutes with a spectacular volley. He scor= ed again after 25  
m= inutes with a shot that went in off the post. HT was 2-1 but Walcott made it 3-1 soon after the interval but at  
3-= 2 Epsom were hanging on a bit.                
A= fter the match Adrian Hill said that he won't be releasing any players but that th= ey need to reach that Malden  
Va= le standard more regularly.                
28= /4/90 Surrey Intermediate Cup Final at West Street. NPL v Raynes Park. Prog Y.      
Bo= ys finals at Epsom on 29/4/90 and 6/5/90. Prog Y.            
Ap= r 90 Ray Purvis is Player of the Year at Dulwich Hamlet, although the club are relegated.    
2= 9/6/90 Presentation at West Street for the first time according to Herald with d= isco and chip supper.  
Pl= ayer of the Year: Paul Mumford - presented by Nigel Anstis          
R= eserve Player of the Year: Maurice Laverty who has moved up north so Alan Elliott collected it on his behalf.  
Colin Mumford Memorial Trophy to be presented for first time to Robert Frankland who was Youth Team Player of Year.
Sum= mer 90 but undated. Ditton 5 a side comp. Prog Y.            
Reserves                    
Su= burban League South Division Position 12th out of 17            
SLC 1st Wembley   1-4            
SPC 2nd Merton Risley              
1= 9/8/89 Epsom open season with a 1-4 loss at Banstead despite being 1-1 at HT. Scorer: Jamie Stainer.  
F= irst 9 games of season I have cumulative appearances for. I have the line ups for the first three games and have  
ca= lculated the remaining teams from these stats in the match programme. However, there a= re    
4= 1 names who played in one or more of the other six matches and I don't know which one= s. They are:  
B= ennett, John Cook, Dymond (4), P.Estall (3), S.Flack (2), C.Hopper (2), B.Horn (4), M.Laverty, Leggett,  
Jo= hn McQuade (2), Potterton, Van Sliedregt (3), Stainer, Strong, Paul Watts (4), Darren Webb (3),    
An= dy White (2), Roger Young (5)                
There are also 13 subs who came on in one or more of t= hese games. 5 are allocated. Remaining are: Bennett, Flack,
La= verty (2), Leggett (2), McQuade, D.Webb              
23/9/89 Kevin Robbins debut in goal as Epsom defeat Hampton 3-1 in ninth League game. Joined from Monotype.
30= /9/89 Epsom have a free day. No game.              
3/= 10/89 2-2 draw at Whyteleafe. 10th game of the season.          
1= 4/10/89 Epsom lost 3-0 at home to Tooting & M. HT was 0-0 and then Ricky Dymo= nd mispen (SAVE) before  
th= e visitors got three late goals.                
21= /10/89 Clive Hadingham scores four at Walton Casuals. W 6-0.          
28= /10/89 Eleven youth players are in Epsom's fifteen man squad as they beat Banste= ad 3-0.    
4/= 11/89 Ricky Dymond scored for the Reserves who led 1-0 at HT but they lost 2-1 at Dorking.    
11= /11/89 Hampton defeat us 2-1 at Hampton according to their programme.        
1= 8/11/89 Lyndon Buckwell is amongst the scorers as they defeat Walton Casuals 4-0. Holding also scores  
tw= ice and Darren Webb was the other scorer.            
9/= 12/89 An Arjan van Sliedregt solo goal as Epsom win 1-0 at Croydon.        
16= /12/89 waterlogged pitch, game p-p. Merton Risley (A) SPC.          
23= /12/89 Probable loss in SPC 2 to Merton Risley. We had a bye in first round.      
30= /12/89 No game for Epsom.                
1= 3/1/90 A 6-0 loss to at home to Sutton Utd. Former Epsom loan player Micky Cornwell pl= ayed for Sutton and  
Ma= rtin Taylor HT for Sutton. Future long serving Epsom player Graham Morris scored for Sutton too.    
20= /1/90 Dulwich (A) p-p. Waterlogged.              
Ta= ble inc 27/1/90 Pld 22 W7 D7 L8 F43 A49. Correct            
3/= 2/90 Dulwich (A) is p/p again.                
1= 0/2/90 Epsom lose 1-2 (H) to Met Police. A Police player broke his leg and was detaine= d at Epsom Hospital.  
17= /2/90 Epsom beat Bromley 3-2 with two goals from Tim Tweedy.          
24= /2/90 A narrow loss 2-1 at Tooting & M who were leaders.          
6/3/90 Leatherhead defeat us 5-0 according to Graham Mitchell - Leatherhead Historian. However, Suburban League
H= andbook provides all results and says our result was 5-1, which tallies the recor= ds. Check for report.  
17= /3/90 Lost 1-0 at home to Croydon this day.            
20/3/90 Table inc 20/3 Pld 28 W8 D7 L13 F51 A64. 2 los= ses missing. F3 A8. My records appear to suggest F4 A9. Check!
th= e two losses were at Leatherhead and Woking. Woking date unknown still. Likely 3/3/90?=    
21/= 4/90 Last Reserve game of season. Won 3-2 at Three Bridges.          
Youth                    
So= uthern Youth League Position 3rd Out of 13            
SYLC   SF Tooting & Mitcham 0-4          
FA= Youth Cup 1st Cambridge United 1-7          
A= ug 89 Rob Frankland, Nigel Bennett, Colin Hopper and James Dack all selected for Su= rrey U18's @ Egham  
wo= n 6-1 over Egham. Bennett doesn't play through injury          
20= /9/89 Epsom remain unbeaten with a 2-0 win over Bedfont.          
27= /9/89 James Dack sent off v Croydon Youth. Still won 2-0.          
1= 1/10/89 Some confusion here as Redhill are defeated 4-0 at West Street but the score is also reported as  
4-= 1 and considered at one point to have been a FA Youth Cup match instead.        
Th= is was not the case as we were exempted to the first round.          
16= /10/89 Epsom drew 1-1 at Three Bridges and Robert Frankland pensave.        
1= 8/10/89 Surrey U16's vv Sussex @ West Street. K.O. 7.30 Prog Y. James Dack and Ni= gel Bennett selected.  
1= /11 Epsom lose 1-7 to Cambridge Utd in FAYC. HT 0-4 and Epsom's goal was at 0-7 in = 87th minute.  
15= /11/89 Epsom get a 5-1 win over Walton. Dean Meyer scored twice.        
29= /11/89 Epsom beat Three Bridges 3-1.              
6/= 12/89 Epsom trail at HT but win 2-1 at Sutton United in SYL. Two goals in the last ten minutes.    
13= /12/89 Croydon (A) and 18/12/89 Redhill (A) p-p. Waterlogged.          
10= /1/90 Epsom go top of SYL after a 3-0 win at Walton & H. Whyteleafe have three ga= mes in hand.    
First 14 league games of season I have cumulative appearances for in a programme. I have calculated the remaining.
teams. However, there are still 109 names who played in one or more of these 14 matches and I don't know which ones.
T= hey are: Frankland (12), Bennett (12), Butler (12), J.Dack (7), Diboll (3), Bridgm= an, Harrison (2), Hopper (12),  
M= aher (2), Matthews (2), Meyer (10), Potterrton (11), Rainbow (6), Snell (9), Staine= s, Taylor (4), Williams (3).  
T= here are also 26 subs who came on in one or more of these games. 2 are allocated. Remaining 24 are:  
B= ennett, Butler (2), Diboll (2), Maher (5), Meyer, Rainbow, Snell, Staines, Styles, Taylor, Williams (7), Wood.  
F= or goal scorers, I am missing four from two games; 8/11/89 (H) v Dorking and 21/1= 1/89 (A) v Malden Vale. The  
mi= ssing scorers are: Dack, Brazier, Webb and Hopper.            
21= /1/90 Nigel Bennett and James Dack play for Surrey who beat Essex 3-2 @ West Horsley.=    
24= /1/90 Whyteleafe (H) p-p and 26/2/90 Whyteleafe game too.          
10= /3-16/3/90 Surrey lose 2-0 at Egham to Essex.            
1= 4/3/90 Walton & H are defeated 2-1 in SYLC QF. We had a bye to this stage. N= ot many teams back then  
and just one division of 13. J.Hopper is listed as a scorer. Check! Probably Colin not Jason but can't be sure = just yet.
21= /3/90 Highly entertaining top of the table match finishes 1-1 at home to Carshalton Athletic.    
23= /4/90 Ricky Dymond HT in 4-3 win over Banstead at West Street.        
2/= 5/90 Croydon win 2-1 in a match switched to West Street but three are sent off, includ= ing one from Epsom.  
Friendlies     H/A Score Prog?          
Al= l home games played at Epsom High School            
= 29/07/1989 Sutton Utd A 1-2   Alldridge        
= 03/08/1989 Surbiton Town A 3-2   Perkins (3)      
= 05/08/1989 Merstham   H 3-0   Perkins, Robson, Dack @ Longmead.  
= 05/08/1989 Merstham   H 2-1   RES Stainer, Fry    
= 08/08/1989 Kingstonian H 0-1   @ Longmead HT 0-0.      
= 10/08/1989 Walton & Hersham H 1-2   Robson        
= 10/08/1989 Surbiton Town A 1-0   RES/YTH Graham Matthews    
= 12/08/1989 Cobham   H 3-0   Strong (2, 1pen), Flack    
= 12/08/1989 Cobham   H 4-2   RES Dymond (2), Horn, Hadingham  
2= 8/09/1989 Corinthian Casuals H 2-2   RES