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Southern Football League Challenge Cup – Round One

Diamonds exited the Southern Football League Challenge Cup in the first round on Tuesday night going down 4-1 at Peterborough Sports.

Sports took a 9th minute lead through a Dan Jarvis close range finish before Diamonds levelled through Tom Lorraine’s 100th goal for Diamonds. Two disappointing goals were then conceded in 2 late first half minutes through Jarvis again and Pierre-Ange Omombé Epoyo to virtually kill the tie. Ryan Fyatt added the 4th for Peterborough Sports in the 2nd half to send the Turbines through to the 2nd round.

Match Summary Paul Judd

Preview

Diamonds take part in the Southern Football League Challenge Cup for the 5th time tonight travelling to Southern Premier Central table toppers Peterborough Sports in first round action.

League Challenge Cup Record

In contrast to our early FA Cup draw experience this is just the second time Diamonds have been drawn away in this competition from 9 ties played. Diamonds have reached the third round twice and been knocked out in the first round twice.

Diamonds lost their very first tie in this competition 4-1 at home to Histon in 2015 but went through two rounds the following year including a memorable 3-2 home win against Kettering Town in front of a 615 crowd. Diamonds went out on penalties that year to Hitchin Town and were beaten by Kempston Rovers in the only previous away tie in the following year’s third round.

The competition was last held in 2019/20 and Diamonds beat Corby Town in a twice postponed home tie 3-2, and Yaxley 4-0 before going out surprisingly to Needham Market 2-1 in their second unsuccessful trip to the third round.

They had more success in their one entry in the Northern Premier League equivalent reaching the quarter-finals where they were beaten at home by Buxton 3-2 after beating Corby Town, Rugby Town (A) and Spalding United on penalties on the way.

Peterborough Sports FC

The Turbines were founded in 1908 as Brotherhood Engineering Works and became Peterborough Sports in 2001. Successive promotions in 2015/16 and 2016/17 saw them reach Step 4 and after being transferred to the Southern League they achieved a third promotion in 4 seasons in 2018/19 to reach Step 3. They were top of the league in the aborted season 2019/20 and top the league in the current campaign.

Recent Form

We are likely to see mixed sides put out in this competition but Peterborough Sports are top of the league right now with an impressive 8 wins from 9 games which include a 1-0 home win against Diamonds and an incredible 8-4 home win against Stourbridge. They have also reached the Fourth Round Qualifying of the Emirates FA Cup where they will travel to King’s Lynn Town.

Diamonds have 3 wins from 8 games and sit 14th in the table with a good 2-1 win at home to Hitchin recently making it 7 points from 9 but that was followed by a disappointing 3-1 reverse at Hayden Road last time out.

The Game

The game takes place at the Bee Arena with normal full ticket prices remaining in place for this Southern Football League Challenge Cup tie.

Adults: £10
Concessions (over 60): £7
Students (with card) & 13-17 year olds: £3
Under 13s: Free (with paying adult)

Parking is advised on site. Details from Peterborough Sports.

https://pslfc.com/

Enjoy the game

Paul Judd

 

Details

Date Time League Season Match Day Attendance Captain
Tue, 5th Oct, 2021 7:45 pm Southern Football League Challenge Cup 2021/22 Round One 165 Tom Lorraine

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Results

Club1st Half2nd HalfFull Time Score
Peterborough Sports FC314
The Diamonds101

Ground

The Bee Arena
651 Lincoln Road, Peterborough PE1 3HA

Peterborough Sports FC

Lewis Elsom Goalkeeper
Isaiah Bazeley Defender
Johnny Herd Defender
Ryan Fryatt Defender 59'
Brad McGowan Defender
Daniel Lawlor Midfielder
Pierre-Ange Omombé Forward 32'
Matty Miles Defender
Josh Moreman Forward 74'
Dan Jarvis Midfielder 9', 30'
54'
Luke Warner-Eley Defender 63'
Dion Sembie-Ferris Midfielder 74'
Josh McCammon Midfielder 54'
Richard Jones Defender
Kyle Rowell Midfielder 63'
Lewis Moat Goalkeeper

Manager: Jimmy Dean

The Diamonds

Dean Snedker Goalkeeper
Ben Garwood Defender
Sam Warburton Defender
Jesse Akubuine Midfielder
Ryan Hughes Defender
Jay Williams Midfielder
Connor Furlong Midfielder 74'
Fernando Bell-Toxtle Midfielder 82'
Tom Lorraine Forward 18'
Ravi Shamsi Forward 82'
Ben Diamond Forward
Will Jones Forward
Will Glennon Midfielder
Nathan Tshikuna Midfielder 82'
Claudio Dias Midfielder 82'
Joel Gyasi Midfielder 74'

Manager: Andy Peaks

Match Officials

RefereeAssistant Referee 1Assistant Referee 2
Lee HartleyDavid JarrettAbdul Kadir

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