Fulham DFC 4-1 Westside

Sunday, 20 December 2015 by

It was a game of two halves when Fulham DFC beat rivals Westside FC in a festive friendly. With both teams wanting to keep up match fitness throughout the Christmas break, this friendly was a great test to see where both teams were at this point in the year. Both teams entered the game with

Fulham DFC 8-4 West Ewell Athletic

Friday, 18 December 2015 by

Fulham DFC ensured that they’ll enter the Christmas break as league leaders with an 8-4 victory over West Ewell Athletic. West Ewell threatened to ruin Fulham’s festive mode by going 2-0 up. While the first goal was controversial with the player knocking keeper Tom Boyle. The goal was given despite Boyle having a firm grip

Fulham DFC 1-0 Acts 29

Wednesday, 09 December 2015 by

Fulham DFC continued their win streak with a close victory over Acts 29. A late goal from Nick Gregory was just enough to ensure the streak continued. Fulham would have definitely preferred to not have left it so late but after efforts from Lee Farrell, Ben Lampert and Philip Swift weren’t converted, captain Gregory stepped

Fulham DFC 5-1 Ashtead FC

Tuesday, 01 December 2015 by

Ben Lampert put on a masterclass performance as Fulham DFC trounced Ashtead FC 5-1 to remain leaders of the league. The plan was simple, Fulham was to beat their rivals, increase the gap at the top of the table and break their consecutive win record at the same time. It took a bumpy start when

Fulham DFC 10-0 Barnet DFC

Monday, 23 November 2015 by

Fulham DFC brushed aside Barnet DFC to place themselves in the quarter finals of the EDF cup. It took 10 minutes for Fulham to open the scoring against a Barnet side who bizarrely started off with ten men on the pitch. Daniel Hogan playing in a defensive midfield role provided 3 assists while Daniel Waller,

EDF Round 1 v. Barnet Deaf FC

Friday, 20 November 2015 by

  For those that may be interested in coming to watch Fulham Deaf play Barnet DFC on Sunday 22nd November 2015. The game will kick off at 12 PM (midday) and will be played at: Sir Joseph Hood Memorial Playing Fields, Marina Avenue, Motspur Park, KT3 6NQ For those coming by train, the nearest train

Fulham DFC demolished Charlton DFC 8-0 to progress to the semi finals of the British Deaf Cup. Despite such a heavy scoreline, it was not a performance thatwill rank as one of Fulham’s best. On a cold rainy day, Fulham opened up the scoring when Alex Bovino flicked a Tom Boyle goal kick to Philip

  For those that may be interested in coming to watch Fulham Deaf play Charlton Athletic DFC on Saturday 14th November 2015. The game will kick off at 1 PM and will be played at: Sir Joseph Hood Memorial Playing Fields, Marina Avenue, Motspur Park, KT3 6NQ For those coming by train, the nearest train

Fulham Deaf 1-0 St John’s Deaf

Wednesday, 28 October 2015 by

Fulham Deaf 1-0 St John’s Goal (Assist); Mycroft (Willis) MoM – Waller A solitary goal from Jason Mycroft was enough to give Fulham DFC a victory against defending British Deaf Cup champions St Johns. With notable line up changes, Hogan went in as a centre back with the aim to lock up St John’s attacking

BDF Round 1 v. St Johns DFC

Wednesday, 21 October 2015 by

  For those that may be interested in coming to watch Fulham Deaf play St John’s DFC on Sunday 25th October 2015. The game will kick off at 1 PM and will be played at: Sir Joseph Hood Memorial Playing Fields, Marina Avenue, Motspur Park, KT3 6NQ For those coming by train, the nearest train

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