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Meadow Sports 2 v 3 NORTH KINGSTON COLTS
R.Barrs-James  Monday, February 04, 2002  21:26 GMT

Kingston climbed to the top of the Premier division with this sterling win at a wet and windy Woking on Sunday last. Facing a rejuvenated Meadow Sports outfit that belied their current league status Colts came from behind to claim all three points.The Blues started off in spritely fashion with Stuart Barrs-James's left foot drive
Mortlake Rangers 3 v 1 NORTH KINGSTON COLTS
Stuart Barrs-James  Monday, January 28, 2002  17:56 GMT

Colts championship hopes took a severe dent at rain soaked Roehampton last Sunday.Both teams contrived to put on a fine display of football on a surface which got worse the longer the game went on,but it was Mortlake that eventually took the spoils.Kingston found themselves three goals down within 20 minutes of the start,in fact every Mortlake attempt at goal found its way into the net.Two defensive errors that you would normally expect to get away with that were punished and an outrageous blocked deflection were Colt's downfall.Even at three down Kingston were the better side on view but were unable to convert their superiority into goals.Mortlake's keeper managed to get in the way of most of the shots on target from Mark England and Mark Mackie while Dan Darby hit the bar and Stuart Barrs-James went narrowly wide on three occasions.This was the pattern for virtually the whole game until Mark England eventually forced a rebound home with 10 minutes to go, and as Kingston threw everybody forward Rangers exploited the lack of defence to draw some fine saves from the impressive Gary Curry and brilliant covering from Nick Christie.Tom Stuckey performed well over the 90 minutes but this was a game that didn't go our way.The day was complete when we were told that Staines Town had withdrawn and our hard earned win from earlier on in the season would now be voided.
Colts take points
Stuart Barrs-James  Sunday, January 20, 2002  16:50 GMT

Meadow could not raise a team.Game awarded to North Kingston 1 - 0.Pity about the goal difference though.
R.Barrs-James  Monday, January 14, 2002  21:14 GMT

Colts maintained their championship credentials with this impressive win at Hersham last Sunday.Travelling with a smaller than usual squad the well balanced team quickly slipped into top gear and their slick passing and movement soon created openings.The opening goal came after ten minutes when the dangerous Mark England was brought down in the box and Tony Jenkinson confidently despatched the penalty.Kingston continued to score at regular intervals during the first half.Two Stuart Barrs-James corners were converted,the first a Tom Stuckey volley at the far post followed by a powerful Jenkinson header.In between Dan Darby cleverly took advantage of a poorly organised wall to slot home a free kick.Hersham were offered a glimmer of hope right at the end of the half when an unusual defensive error led to a goal,however Colts maintained their control of the match in the second half comfortably dealing with the Hersham attacks and adding a further two goals to their tally.Mark Mackie reached double figures for the season with a tight angled near post shot following a typical strong run,while England continued his quest for full sharpness by despatching a poor goalkick back past the stranded keeper.If Kingston can maintain this level of performance they must now be considered serious title contenders and now look ahead to the visit of bottom of the table Meadow Sports this Sunday.
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