Swans showed how they have strengthened under Johnson Hippolyte pulling back from 2 goals down at the Dripping Pan to level with goals from Pat Cox [28 this season] and Jonathan Hippolyte. Skipper Tommy Brewer [pictured] returned from suspension to marshal his squad to an all important draw as the season comes to it’s conclusion. A 4th minute goal from Conlon and a penalty early in the second half saw the Swans on the back foot but ‘Cox and Cash’ on 76 & 79 settled the point for the lads.
Get Surrey reports … Staines Town battled back from 2-0 down in a spirited second-half display against already relegated Lewes. In a clash which will also be remembered for ugly scenes in the second half, when both benches and teams squared up to each other, Staines fought back to draw 2-2 in an eventful Ryman Premier collision.
The spiteful incident happened soon after Jonte Smith had hit Lewes’s second goal from the penalty spot in the 55th minute, Swans skipper Tommy Brewer accused of striking Alex Malins when the play was elsewhere, sparking a brawl and plenty of handbags as tempers flared.
Amazingly no action was taken against anybody and the game was allowed to continue as Staines struggled to make an impact against their hosts who had played all the football on a poor surface in the first half.
Monday evening sees the Academy looking to win their Ryman League West title at Wheatsheaf Park … More Soon