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15/10 Bedmond AWAY (League)


Date Result Scorers
5/11/06 Croxley Guild 2 NWR 3

Conwell 37 Williams 75, 85

Rangers did the double over a ten man Croxley outfit who put up stiffer competition than last week. Goals from Lee Conwell header and a Michael Williams header both from Rob West free kicks got Rangers going. It took a master blaster free kick from Williams to break the deadlock after Croxley had a man sent off and had battled back twice to equalise.

Date Result Scorers
29/10/06 NWR 6 Croxley Guild 3 Nightingale 15, 46, 70 Conwell 24 Combridge 28 Williams (Pen) 55
Date Result Scorers
22/10/06 Garston Boys 0 NWR 2 Conwell 19 Koodruth 57
Date Result Scorers
15/10/06 Bedmond Ajax 3 NWR 2 Nightingale 53 Johnson 60
Date Result Scorers
8/10/06 NWR 3 Abbots Langley 0 Williams (Pen) 35 Conwell 45 Nightingale 78
Date Result Scorers
1/10/06 NWR 1 Cuffley Comets 6 (County Cup) Johnson 50'

Another year and another round of the County Cup!


Up against a strong age group up, Rangers were destroyed in the first half and went in 0-4 down. A sterling response in the second half saw Nascot reply as well as put in a stronger performance. Ultimately they went out of the Cup to stronger opposition.


Date Result Scorers
24/9/06 Northwood 2 NWR 1 (Challenge Cup) West 7'

A year and 3 divisions separated these two teams yet it was Nascot who went ahead from a header at the back post by Rob West from a Phil Thomas corner.


Yet again Lee Conwell lead the drive and with Trafford leading the line the team had some punch.


They gave away the winning goal after a sloppy mix up but could have equalised in the last minute from two corners.


Martin Richardson was Nascots star man after a string of fine saves.


Date Result Scorers
17/9/06 Alexander Park 3 NWR 3 (League Cup) Johnson 1', Heard 4' Williams 17' (Pen)

Nascot were denied a win by a decision to avoid the advice of the home and away linesman. Two decisions shaped the game both going against the away side.


Up against a strong team from a division above Nascot started on fire and Michael Williams long throw was flicked into the box and Ridwan Koodruth struck the ball ony for it to be saved on the line and bounce out to the edge of the box where Alex Johnson volleyed it left footed into the far corner. Rangers went further ahead 3 minutes later.


Park tried to get back into the game but with Lee Conwell  bristling with energy, Rangers continued to press. From the right on a solo run he won a penalty on 17 minutes when he beat two players and had his heals clipped as he charged towards goal. Williams calmly slotted into the far right corner for a well taken penalty.


The game flowed both ways with Park playing good passing football but with a Nascot team battling across the pitch. In goal Martin Richardson was stunning; putting in point blank stops on 2 occasions in the first half and a stunning finger tip save in the second half when the game was held at 3-3. ut it was in front of him that the best tackle of the game came from Alex Combridge chasing back when the striker was through on goal, stealing the ball in a last ditch attempt to see Rangers fall behind.


The second Park goal was well off side but the official was not prepared to take advice from the linesman. Park equalised after another decision that saw a Nascot attack judged off side even though the linesman never flagged or, the fact that a defender lurked deeply on the 18 yrd line out of the line of the official. This made the game full of frustration when it had been played in good spirit.


The Nascot game was high tempo and in the last 15 minutes energy levels started to drop. But there were some great performance from the back four including Kevin Wong and Glen White and the usual engine room drivers of Phil Thomas and Rob West. After seeing Johnson retire with injury early on, Daniel Nightingale played up front and made an excellent job of frustrating a strong defensive line up from Park.


All in a good point but Nascot could have won this.


Ooops This was a cup game and we "lost" on penalties.


Date Result Scorers
10/9/06 NWR 2 Hemel Aces 2 (League) Koodruth 2', Conwell 20'
Nascot started with drive and energy in the first half and could have scored more but ran out of steam in the second half to allow Aces back into the game.

The first goal came early on when a goal bound shot from Johnson glanced off a defender and into the path of Ridwan Koodruth who headed into the corner. A mix up in the back allowed Aces back into the game 5 minutes later. Nascot had more chances in the half from Rob West and Carl Heard but it was Lee Conwell who was in the right place at the right time when a defender tried to clear the ball across the goal and Conwell pounced.

Glen White was good in defence alongside a busy Alex Combridge, marshalled by Michael Williams. Kevin Wong made up the back four working busily particularly in the second half.

The engine room of Phil Thomas and West worked well in the first half but the sapping heat and a lack of replacements took its toll and Johnson and Conwell saw less of the ball. Aces equalised on 65 minutes and played the better football with the stronger squad to call upon, but Rangers held firm and could even have nicked a goal on the 90th minute when West's shot was held by the keeper.

About Us

2005/06 The Team won the Watford Friendly League Spring Cup and the following week won the Mathew Homes Challenge Cup.

2004/05 The Team won the Watford Friendly League Spring Plate and were finalists in the Mathew Homes Cup.

2003/04 was the toughest so far but reaped many awards!!!  Won the Nascot Wood Rangers FC Team of the Season Award. Won the Leagues Most Sporting Team Award out of 64 teams. Quarter finalists of the Watford Penalty Shoot Out. Won the Chorleywood Tournamount Most Sporting Team Award.

2002/03 ended on a disappointing note following the teams great start to the league, staying at the top of the division for 6 weeks. The 2001/02 season was the first 11 a side for the team and they did well, qualifying to play in Division 3 of the BFL. Their strong team spirit saw us come third in the Fair Play Award out of 54 teams. We finished a credible 8th after leading the division for 6 weeks. 

We  had a successful 2000/01 season. The team came third in the ICIS West Herts League, qualified for both the semi final of the League Cup and the Challenge Cup and were the winners of the inaugural Nascot Wood Challenge Trophy. The team was featured in the 2001 Watford FC Programme (20th February).

The team were winners of the BFL Spring Trophy (1998).

The home ground is Queens School, with training taking place at Westfield School Astro Turf, Section 3 on Thursday evenings at 7.30pm

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