Match report by Ryan Connell. Photos by Amanda Protheroe.
Billericay responded in the best possible fashion to Cray Chairman Gary Hillman’s stinging verbal onslaught by defeating their ‘hosts’ 2-0 to bag their first victory of the season and also opening their goalscoring account.
We are hoping to run a supporters coach to our away league fixture at Boreham Wood.
Details: Boreham Wood: Monday 31st August Depart New Lodge: 13:00 Leave Boreham Wood: 17:15 Cost: TBA
To book: (Please note new email address) Email:
Text: 07925 406 368 Via the forum or the club shop Please state full name and number of seats required.
REMEMBER, the more supporters that travel by coach, the cheaper it is. PLEASE book early.
It’s just a short 20 mile ‘hop’ over the River Thames to Dartford on Friday night for Billericay’s second away game in four days with Cray Wanderers providing the opposition this time.
Although The Blues will be disappointed to have left Hendon on Tuesday without a point, boss Brian Statham will be confident that his team is heading in the right direction. Although Statham doesn’t have any injury worries ahead of the game he may be looking to utilise his squad, this being their third game in six days and Billericay still searching for their first goal of the campaign.
Match report by Simon Williams. Photos by Amanda Protheroe.
Billericay's second game of the season saw them produce a better performance than their first, but they went down to a single Hendon goal from the home side's first shot on target. Billericay did everything but score, with Billy Bricknell grazing the post with a header, whilst the home keeper, James Reading, rode his luck at times, seeing shots from Jo Flack and Bricknell rebound to safety off his legs.
Match report by Ian Rodd Match Billericay Town LFC Reserves vs. Southend United LFC (Friendly) Date 16/08/2009 Venue The New Lodge, Billericay
Billericay Town LFC Reserves welcomed Southend United LFC to the New Lodge for their first game as a team. Southend play in Division 2 of the Essex League while Billericay Ladies Reserves will start their first season in Division 3, so it would be a good test.