• Youth team trials: U10’s to U14’s

    We will be holding trials for our teams aged between U10 and U14 as follows:

    U10’s and U11’s: Sunday 7 June 1.00pm – 2.30pm

    U12’s and U13’s: Sunday 7 June, 2.30pm – 4.00pm

    U14’s: Monday 8 June, 6.30pm – 8.00 pm

    All trials will be held at Wallfield, Green Lane, Reigate, RH2 8JX.

    All are welcome – if you are interested, please just come along in your football kit.

    If you would need any more information, please email Darren Turner at darren.turner16@btinternet.com

    Falcons Soar To Cup Victory

    A cold and blustery day at Nescot sports ground saw Reigate Priory Falcons pitted against Epsom and Ewell Colts Hoops in the under 11 Epsom and Ewell league cup final. The Falcons, from division 4, had shown some impressive cup form winning through from previous rounds; the Colts had shown resilience and drive to conquer all in their path. A cracking game ensured with all that’s good about boys’ football at grassroots level.

    An early chance for the Falcons saw Sam Parker’s shot well saved, this was followed by some pressure from the Colts, but strong performances at the back by Conor Mitchell, Stan Pitman and Toby Bennetts kept the Hoops at bay. It was heading for a tight and goal less first half when suddenly the game was ignited; Nathan Ashkuri’s corner brilliantly headed in by Samuel ‘The General’ Parker. So at half time the score was a finely balanced 1–0 to the Falcons.

    The second half saw one of the greatest rear guard performances in football history. Again and again the Hoops surged forward only to be repelled by Kaleem Jolly, Elliot Ansell and Oliver Tarrant in the Falcons defense. A swift break by Ashkuri was followed by a foul and a penalty, but a great save by keeper Andrew Miles kept the Hoops in it. A superb point blank block by Falcons goalkeeper Sachin Thompson with 10 minutes left kept the score at 1-0. It seemed like it was only matter of time before the Hoops would equalize, but Natty Chalmers and Louis Page brought some calm and skill to the proceedings by holding up the ball well, as the Falcons held out for a memorable win.

    Reigate Priory U11 Falcons

    In other Final news U9 Eagles and U9 Falcons are both in their respective finals, which will take place on Saturday 25th April, Falcons at 9.45 and Eagles at 10.45, at Old Couldson Colts FC, Drive Way, Couldson, CR5 1BD.

  • Reigate Priory U11’s Match Report against Ashtead Colts on 3rd March 2012

    The Under 11’s played away to Ashtead Colts on Saturday, the weather was cold and raining but it did not put the boys off.  They all played a great game.  Finn Coyle opened up the scoring with the 1st and 2nd goal, followed by a goal from Max Evans.  That was the 1st half.  In the 2nd half  Finn scored another goal and Matthew Young scored 2 more making it a 7-1 win to Reigate Priory.  Man of the Match went to Matthew Young for his great efforts, making it his 4th time this season.  Well done the Priory.

    U11’s Match Report: Reigate Priory -v- Bookham Colts – 4-1

    Another great performance by the Under 11’s team this week.   In the 1st half Bookham Colts gave away a Penalty taken by Matthew Young who put the ball in the net making it 1-0 to Reigate.  Then Bookham Colts scored levelling the match.  Some excellent tackles and great football took Priory 2-1 up with George Johnson scoring.  Some great saves by Tommy Jenkins who was in goal for the 1st half.  2nd half underway, Reigate were still fighting fit with George scoring another goal.  Bookham kept up the pressure but the Priory were not giving in and continued a great game, GOAL, George scores again making it a hat trick for him and making the final score 4-1 to Reigate Priory.  What a game, another win keeps the Under 11’s 2nd place in their division.  Great game.

     

  • Under 11’s Match Report – Reigate Priory -v- Merstham Youth B

    We had a great game this week, thinking it was going to be close Reigate came through to win 9-1, not as tough as we thought.  There were lots of different changes in the game today, players playing in different positions but they all did really well.  Finn Coyle started off scoring the 1st goal then it progressed from there.  Finn scored another 2 goals, followed by a goal from William Semple, Callum Bradshaw, George Johnson, Jonny Bridges, Tommy Jenkins and Tom Traszko.  Man of the Match went to William Semple who played a tramendous game.  Thanks must go to Merstham Youth for a great game and fighting all the way.  But it was a fantastic win for Reigate Priory.

    Under 11’s Match Report: Reigate Priory against Thames Ditton Juniors

    Reigate won 3-2

    The Under 11’s had a fantastic game this morning, all the boys went out with a positive attitude and played some excellent football.  The whole team played together and managed to beat Thames Ditton (the only ones so far).  Finn Coyle scored 2 goals and Jonny Bridges 1.  Well done to Matt for all his hard work as the Manager and well done to the Under 11’s boys, great game.

  • New U11 Players wanted for 2011/12 season

    Reigate Priory FC is a successful growing club which runs youth football teams at all age groups from U9 to U17, providing football development opportunities  for more than 200 local children.

    As a result of the move from mini-soccer to 11-a-side, which takes place after the U10 season, we are looking to recruit additional players to join our U11 squad for next season. To be eligible, boys have to be currently in Year 5
    (ie going into Year 6 in September).

    The team will play in the Epsom & Ewell League, with matches being played on Saturday mornings and training on a mid-week evening.

    The squad will be holding training sessions on Saturday mornings for the next few weeks from 10.00 until 11.30, at Old Reigatians Rugby Club in Park Lane, Reigate. If you are interested in joining the squad, or would like any further information, please contact either:

    Richard Stephen   07801 401268 or

    Matt Ritchie 07921 265603

  • Results 27/28 November 2009

    Priory earnt a well deserved point away to Horsley at the weekend but still need to start turning in some wins if they are to move up the table.

    Congratulations to the Reserves as they won their first game of the season with a 3-1 win over Royal Holloway OB Reserves with 2 goals from Matt Moss and a goal from Matt Keeling.

    The As lost 4-1 to Alliance and the Bs lost out in a tight game with Horsley AFC Reserves.

    Lions Pride as RP Lions went top of their division with 3-2 win over AFC Rhodrons.

    The pride of the youth section is the Under 9s who, following their 2-1 win over Stanley Park Dynamos, moved into 2nd spot.

    The Under 14s lost to AFC Ewell, Under 11As lost 4-0 to Worcester Park, Under 11Bs won 2-1 to Kingswood Terriers, and the Under 10Bs drew 1-1 to Ashtead Colts D.

    Results and youth teams

    Reigate Priory’s 2009/10 Season commences this Saturday as the club’s 1st ream have a tough opening away game at Croydon Greenside. Priory Reserves continue their preseason friendlies against FG Galaxy who have been promoted to the Crawley & District Premier Division.

    There have been many changes preseason with numerous additions to the clubs 1st and Reserve Team Squads. The As & Bs have also upping their game under the new management team of Kelvin Becket and Chris Comben.

    With this season’s introduction of the sunday side Reigate Priory Lions and with the Vets continuing on a friendly basis the club is able to provide football to a wider range of levels.

    The youth section has seen the greatest increase with some great work undertaken by the club’s Director of Youth Football, Richard Stephen, and Youth Secretary, Pete Shearman. This season the club is pleased to offer football to Age Groups U14, U12, U11A, U11B, U10A, U10B, U9 with a soccer school for the U8s.