Youth History > 2009




Coaches

RoleName
H/CHOBBS, Julius
ASTBRYANT, Dave

Players

#PosName
0BARRY, Mark
0UPTON, Thomas
0SIMMS, Matthew
0SCOTT, Thomas
0RENTON, Adam
0MULVIHILL, Joe
0MANN, Matthew
0LEWIS, Jack
0LEMUER, Alex
0HOLLAND, Digby
0HANNINGTON, Toby
0HACKETT, Ryan
0MEASURE, George

2009 Youth

A Winning Season, but Playoffs Denied


Regular Season

 Date Time OpponentVenue       ResultMedia
 02-05-2009 12:30 London Warriors HOME L12 - 40View Match Report View Photo Gallery  
 02-05-2009 12:00 London Blitz HOME W13 - 12View Match Report View Photo Gallery  
 06-06-2009 13:00 London Warriors AWAY L- 20View Match Report  
 06-06-2009 14:30 London Blitz AWAY W15 - 8View Match Report  
 11-07-2009 13:00 London Warriors AWAY L- 20View Photo Gallery  
 11-07-2009 14:30 London Blitz AWAY W32 - 0 
 01-08-2009 13:00 London Warriors HOME L- 19View Match Report View Photo Gallery  
 01-08-2009 14:30 London Blitz HOME W21 - 20View Match Report View Photo Gallery  

In a severely depleted season, the Southern Conference were the only set of teams to complete a whole season of Junior Football across England.

With competitive losses against the London Warriors, and a winning clean sweep of the London Blitz, the Exiles were only denied a play-off place by a League Ruling. The League determined that the winner of two hastily-arranged fixtures between the same two teams should determine who represented the North. So, despite having the second-best record in England, the Exiles were denied entrance to the post-season.

Head Coach Julius Hobbs remained positive and upbeat, remarking that “…some great football was played this year. I am very proud of all the Exiles. The win in the last game of the season [versus the Marlow Wolves] ensured that we finished with a winning record and leaves us well-placed for next season”.
 


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