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Football Charter   Football Season 2010 - 2011

Dorset League Division One


POS   P W D L GD PTS
1 Piddletrenthide United 20 14 4 2 38 46
2 Blandford United Reserves 20 11 4 5 22 37
3 Bere Regis 20 10 4 6 19 34
4 Poundbury Rovers 20 9 6 5 23 33
5 Dorchester Borough 20 9 5 6 11 32
6 Shaftesbury Reserves 20 9 4 7 12 31
7 Kangaroos 20 9 4 7 6 31
8 Wincanton Town Reserves 20 9 2 9 0 29
9 Wool RBL 20 5 3 12 -10 18
10 Sturminster Newton Reserves 20 3 2 15 -59 11
11 Wareham Rangers Reserves 20 3 0 17 -62 9

DATE HOME   AWAY
23/04/11 Piddletrenthide United 5 - 1 Bere Regis
16/04/11 Sturminster Newton Reserves 0 - 5 Bere Regis
09/04/11 Bere Regis 5 - 1 Wincanton Town Reserves
02/04/11 Dorchester Borough 6 - 3 Bere Regis
26/03/11 Bere Regis 3 - 0 Poundbury Rovers
19/03/11 Bere Regis 1 - 2 Kangaroos
05/03/11 Bere Regis 6 - 2 Wool RBL
19/02/11 Bere Regis 0 - 2 Piddletrenthide United
12/02/11 Kangaroos 3 - 3 Bere Regis
05/02/11 Bere Regis 5 - 1 Wareham Rangers Reserves
15/01/11 Bere Regis 2 - 0 Blandford United Reserves
08/01/11 Shaftesbury Reserves 1 - 2 Bere Regis
20/11/10 Blandford United Reserves 5 - 5 Bere Regis
06/11/10 Bere Regis 2 - 5 Dorchester Borough
23/10/10 Wareham Rangers Reserves 0 - 3 Bere Regis
16/10/10 Bere Regis 4 - 2 Shaftesbury Reserves
02/10/10 Wincanton Town Reserves 5 - 2 Bere Regis
25/09/10 Poundbury Rovers 2 - 2 Bere Regis
18/09/10 Bere Regis 7 - 0 Sturminster Newton Reserves
11/09/10 Wool RBL 0 - 0 Bere Regis

BERE REGIS FC 2010-2011

Back Row L-R. R.Hewitt (manager), K.Cox, N.Scott, P.Macklin, G.Rose, A.Moorse, N.White, M.Bennett, O.Waight, P. Bartek

Front Row L–R. M.Elford, J.Muscato, J.Sanders, J.Cleall (capt), S.Hewitt, T.Williams, D.Watts

BRFC Saturday 2010-11

Dorset Sunday League

POS   P W D L GD PTS
1 Springers Bar 16 15 0 1 129 45
2 Harry's Sports Bar 16 15 0 1 115 45
3 Poole Wanderers 16 10 0 6 15 30
4 Wallisdown Sports 16 6 2 8 -23 20
5 Bere Regis 16 6 1 9 -22 19
6 Broadstone Con 16 6 1 9 -35 19
7 Flight Refuelling 16 5 3 8 -35 18
8 Railway Hotel 16 4 1 11 -44 13
9 Hamworthy Labour Club 16 1 0 15 -100 3

DATE HOME   AWAY
20/03/11 Bere Regis 2 - 3 Harry's Sports Bar
13/03/11 Poole Wanderers 3 - 0 Bere Regis
06/03/11 Bere Regis 4 - 2 Broadstone Con
20/02/11 Hamworthy Labour Club 0 - 8 Bere Regis
06/02/11 Bere Regis 1 - 6 Wallisdown Sports
30/01/11 Flight Refuelling 3 - 3 Bere Regis
23/01/11 Springers Bar 9 - 3 Bere Regis
16/01/11 Bere Regis 3 - 4 Poole Wanderers
21/11/10 Bere Regis 4 - 3 Railway Hotel
14/11/10 Harry's Sports Bar 11 - 4 Bere Regis
07/11/10 Bere Regis 2 - 1 Hamworthy Labour Club
31/10/10 Bere Regis 1 - 5 Springers Bar
24/10/10 Bere Regis 4 - 1 Flight Refuelling
17/10/10 Wallisdown Sports 6 - 0 Bere Regis
19/09/10 Broadstone Con 6 - 0 Bere Regis
12/09/10 Railway Hotel 0 - 2 Bere Regis

FIXTURES FOR APRIL 2011

Saturday 2 April

Adult Division One (3pm Kick off) (Match Official; C Lucas)

Dorchester Borough            v    Bere Regis

Sunday 3 April

Adult Sunday League Cup – Section A (10:30am Kick off) (Match Official; L Rutter)

Poole Wanderers            v    Bere Regis         

Under 10’s (2pm Kick off)

Bere Regis                 v    Wareham Rangers

Saturday 9 April

Adult Division One (3pm Kick off) (Match Official; R Brittain)

Bere Regis                v    Wincanton Town

Sunday 10 April

Adult Division One (10:30am Kick off)

No game schedule                

Under 10’s (2pm Kick off)

Sturminster Marshall             v     Bere Regis

Saturday 16 April

Adult Division One (3pm Kick off) (Match Official; G Critchell)

Sturminster Newton            v    Bere Regis

Sunday 17 April

Adult Division One (10:30am Kick off) (Match Official; tbc)

No game schedule        

Under 10’s (2pm Kick off)

All league fixtures complete

Saturday 23 April

Adult Division One (3pm Kick off) (Match Official; M Sers)

Piddletrenthide United        v    Bere Regis

Sunday 24 April

Adult Sunday League 

Bere Regis                v    Upton FC                 

Under 10’s (2pm Kick off)

No game league finished

Football Results

SATURDAYS seniors

Bere Regis 6 Wool 2 (Dorset Div 1)

Another hard fought local derby game that saw Bere, by far the stronger team comfortably coming out on top. Goals came from G ‘dog’ Rose with his customary double, Sean ‘Lee’ Cooper, Tommy ‘delectable lob’ Williams, ‘Yung’ Tommy Holmes and even Matty Elford got on the team sheet due largely to his promotion to an uncustomary midfield role.

Bere Regis 2 Poole Town Reserves 5 (Semi final Dorset Senior trophy)

The biggest game ever played at Bere Rec in the clubs 125 years history, saw Bere put up more than a valiant fight against a club 3 leagues above them. The MOPS provided the half time refreshments, the BRFC Mini section provided the mascots, programmes were provided by the BRFC marketing department and with Canon/Reverend Ian amongst the near capacity crowd providing the blessing and divine inspiration for this David V Goliath cup tie, (1 Samuel Chapter 17), it all looked set for a pulsating game. And the near capacity crowd at the stadium of Bere weren’t to be disappointed, although even with the help of the afore mentioned, Bere could do nothing about the result that eventually put an end to a cup run that had previously seen them dump 3 senior teams out of the cup and a place in the final was unfortunately missed.

However, it looked like the good lord was shining on Bere, as they took the lead in the first 10 minutes when a fumble by the Poole Town keeper resulted with a G dog Rose overhead kick ending up in the back of the Poole Town net. Bere led 1-0! Even the loss of captain jonny ‘broken toe nail’ Cleall early on could not dampen Beres resolve and his young replacement Jake Muscato more than filled his boots and played exceptionally well. The Bere boys went in fully deserving to be 1-0 up at half time, whilst the Poole Town boys got a Phil Brown dressing down somewhere near the half way line, or maybe they’d heard about Peggys Tea !
Early in the second half, Poole Town managed to equalize, but G dog Rose grabbed his customary brace with a superb glancing header into the far corner to put Bere back in the lead 2-1(blow the final whistle ref !). Poole Town once again responded with another equalizer and then went on to take the lead (2-3). But Bere were not finished yet, and a free kick just outside the Poole Town penalty area was curled towards the Poole Town top left corner of the goal, only for it to come crashing back of the metalwork and hacked to safety with the keeper well and truly beaten.  Unfortunately with Bere pushing forward looking for the equalizer, Poole town managed to exploit what few holes there were in the Bere defence in the last 15 minutes, netting twice and making the final score Bere Regis FC 2 Poole Town reserves 5.  

One of the lessons of the day must be ‘It’s not all about the result, it’s about the taking part’ and take part you certainly did lads. You should all be very proud of yourselves and I’m sure the village of Bere Regis is proud of you also. Good luck for the rest of the season and your quest for further glory in the league.

Bere Regis 1 Kangaroos 2 (Dorset Div 1)

After the lords mayor show the previous week, Bere dented any chances they had of winning the Dorset Saturday league with a poor performance and a defeat at home to kangaroos. Two defensive mistakes cost Bere the game, but at 0-2 down, G’dog Rose found the top left corner from outside the box and Bere peppered the Roos goal for the final 10 minutes. But it was to be to no avail and the disappointment was clear to see.
Bere Regis 3 Poundbury 0 (Dorset Div 1)
Following the disappointment against the Roos, Bere bounced back with an emphatic display at home against Poundbury and a win that keeps them in the promotion hunt. Bere dominated the game from start to finish with an impressive display of football, and believe it or not Jonny ‘Hollywood’ Sanders netted a brace (one using his considerable height advantage to head home), whilst G dog Rose also found the back of the net again. The most impressive thing was a clean sheet for the first time this year.

SUNDAYS seniors

Bere Regis 4  Broadstone Conservative Club 2  (Dorset Div 1)

This week, it was the turn of another Matty, Matty Bennett to steal the show, with an impressive hat trick, from a central midfield role that earnt him the man of the match award.  Puff ‘Diddy’ Macklin also netted to keep up his impressive goal scoring record.

Poole Wanderers 3 Bere Regis 0 (Dorset Div 1)

Other than a lack of fit players which resulted in a below par performance, there is little to report about this match

Bere Regis 2 Harrys Sports Bar 3 (Dorset Div 1)

Bere gave the league leaders a real fright in this game, twice coming from behind to equalize with goals from Andy ‘fox in the box’ Curtis and Shamus Cope, whilst also hitting the metalwork on a number of occasions. Bere were eventually undone by a late strike deep into injury time.

U10 Minis (Section C)

Bere Regis 6  Wool 3

A much improved performance by Bere ended with what seemed like an emphatic victory against local rivals Wool. Luke Selby Grace scored his customary hat-trick against Wool (this time all 3 were in the oppositions net), Oscar Rayner scored with a superbly struck volley, Brad ‘no longer Torres’ Moss, stroke one home, whilst Jacob Hansel capped a fine performance and the man of the match award with a well taken goal.

Blandford Reds 4 Bere Regis 2 

An impressive performance of passing and moving in the second half by the young Bere side, was not rewarded by the result that it deserved. Bere took the lead when some unselfish work by Louis Lamps Moore allowed Oscar Rayner to roll the ball into an empty net, after which Beres defence had a wobbly few minutes as Blandford netted three in as many minutes. Luke Selby Grace replied to give Bere hope, following a slick passing move that started in Beres own penalty box, and despite a number of chances Bere could not get the equalizer they deserved. As Bere pushed forward, they left holes in their defence that not even man of the match Ed Kent could fill, and Blandford scored a late break away goal.

Bere Regis 3 Sturminster Marshall 1 

Another fine display saw Bere comfortable winners although the score line doesn’t reflect that. Man of the match Luke Selby Grace opened the scoring with a neat near post volley which was followed by a couple of super strikes by Bradley Moss and Louis Moore.

Bere Regis 2 Wareham 0 

A real team effort and some fine football resulted in a big win against local rivals Wareham. Bere took the lead through Luke Selby Grace which was doubled when Louis Moore finished neatly by nutmegging the keeper. Beres interchangeable defence of Moss, White, Hamilton, Kent, Goldsack and man of the match ‘Hos’ Bastian stood firm and with some impressive saves by Dan the cat Miller, Bere fully deserved all three points at the final whistle.

Sturminster Marshall 3  Bere Regis 3

An entertaining climax to the season saw Bere take the lead when Luke Selby Grace finished neatly following a strong run through the heart of the Sturminster defence. Sturminster then equalized before Louis Moore put Bere back in front  with a sharp finish before another Bere wobble saw Sturminster equalize and then take the lead. Bere peppered the opposition goal in the second half and it looked like it was going to be one of those games, when Ed ‘I meant that’ Kent took it upon himself with time running out to strike one from his own half that bounced over the keeper to give Bere the equalizer they fully deserved.

An excellent season for the lads, who as a team began to gel nicely towards the end of the season and played some really impressive football, with some outstanding results. Keep up the good work lads and in the words of Arsene Wenger, ‘here’s to next season’.

Dorset League U10 Section C

POS

 

P

W

D

L

GD

PTS

1

Wimborne Town

15

13

1

1

50

40

2

Wareham Rangers

14

10

2

2

38

32

3

Poole Town FC Wessex Rovers

16

10

0

6

46

30

4

Blandford United Reds

16

8

3

5

12

27

5

Bere Regis

16

7

2

7

-6

23

6

Wool and Winfrith Phoenix

15

6

1

8

-22

19

7

Broadstone

16

4

3

9

-35

15

8

Sturminster Marshall

16

1

4

11

-41

7

9

Durweston

14

1

2

11

-42

5

SATURDAYS  seniors

Bere Regis 5 Wareham Rangers Reserves 1 (Dorset Div 1)

A hard fought local derby, saw Bere the stronger team coming out on top. In blustery conditions Graeme ‘Dog’ Rose opened the scoring with an impressive strike before Jonny Sanders was fortunate to have a second bite at the cherry when having missed the first penalty by blasting the ball against the bar, the ref allowed him to re-take it sitting that the ball had moved. He managed to score from the retaken penalty to give Bere a 2-0 lead at half time.

In the second half, G dog who was impressive throughout the game duly completed his hat-trick, whilst Dan ‘in wenger we trust’ Watts added the fifth before Wareham scored a consolation goal.

Kangaroos 3 Bere Regis 3 (Dorset Div 1)

Goals from Sean ‘lee’ cooper, and G dog Rose put Bere in the driving seat at half time for this game, before the Roo’s bounced back with two well taken goals early in the second half to equalize. Young Tommy ‘impact player’ Holmes came on as substitute to give Bere the lead, but like Skippy, the Roos wouldn’t lie down and once again bounced back to equalize. There was to be a final twist in the tail, but unfortunately with the last kick of the game, Jonny ‘get your head up’ Sanders missed from the penalty spot.

Bere 0 Piddletrenthide 2

Bere were disappointing in this game against a strong team that play good football and are deservedly top of the table. Two defensive errors cost Bere the game, although a flurry of substitutions in the final 20 minutes led to a number of chances that Bere were unable to convert.

Despite a mixed bag of results in the month of February, BRFC Saturday team currently lie 5th in a tight league and are still in with a chance of finishing in the top three.

SUNDAYS  seniors

Wallisdown 6 Bere Regis 1 (Dorset Div 1)

A poor performance by the under strength Bere boys ended in a disappointing result, with P diddy Macklin scoring the consolation goal for Bere.

Hamworthy labour 0 Bere Regis 8 (yes eight!) (Dorset Div 1)

That’s more like it. An excellent performance meant that goals were a plenty for Bere. Jake Muscato opened his account for Bere and there were goals for Young Natt Scott, Puff diddy Macklin, Shamus Cope and a hat trick for Matty ‘the Elf ‘ Elford. Rob White moved closer to becoming Beres highest ever goal scorer courtesy of his son Callum who did a lot of his donkey work and netted with an outstanding volley.

Bere Regis 5 Railway Hotel 1 (League cup)

One breeds two and another excellent performance means that Bere have a good opportunity to progress further in this competition. Matty Elford marked another man of the match performance with an impressive hat trick (his second in as many weeks) whilst Kev Cox scored to open his account for Bere this season and Shamus Cope weighed in with the fifth.

U10 Minis

Bere Regis 1  Poole Town Wessex 5

Bere were beaten by a well drilled Poole team who gave Bere a lesson in positioning and how to pass and move. Luke Selby Grace scored Beres goal mid way through the first half to level the scores but unfortunately that’s as close as Bere came.

Wareham 6  Bere Regis 0

Bere were again undone by a team who showed them how to pass and move and only the heroics of man of the match Dan ‘the cat’ Miller in goal prevented it from being a larger score line.

FIXTURES FOR MARCH 2011

Saturday 5 March

Adult Division One (3pm Kick off) (Match Official; tbc)

Bere Regis                v    Wool RBL

Sunday 6 March

Adult Division One (10:30am Kick off) (Match Official; tbc)

Bere Regis                v    Broadstone Con        

Under 10’s (2pm Kick off)

Bere Regis                 v    Wool and Winfrith Phoenix

Saturday 12 March

Adult Dorset Senior Trophy SEMI FINAL (2:30pm Kick off) (Match Officials; C Arkless, M Bailey & M Brason)

Bere Regis                v    Poole Town FC Reserves

Sunday 13 March

Adult Division One (10:30am Kick off)

Poole Wanderers            v    Bere Regis                    

Under 10’s (2pm Kick off)

Blandford United Reds         v     Bere Regis

Saturday 19 March

Adult Division One (3pm Kick off) (Match Official; tbc)

Bere Regis                v    Kangaroos

Sunday 20 March

Adult Division One (10:30am Kick off) (Match Official; tbc)

Bere Regis                v    Harry’s Sports Bar           

Under 10’s (2pm Kick off)

No game

Saturday 26 March

Adult Division One (3pm Kick off) (Match Official; tbc)

Bere Regis                v    Poundbury Rovers

Sunday 27 March

Adult Sunday League Cup – Section A (10:30am Kick off) (Match Official; tbc)

Bere Regis                v    Broadstone Con                

Under 10’s (2pm Kick off)

Bere Regis                v     Sturminster Marshall

FIXTURES FOR MARCH 2011

Saturday 5 March

Adult Division One (3pm Kick off) (Match Official; tbc)

Bere Regis                v    Wool RBL

Sunday 6 March

Adult Division One (10:30am Kick off) (Match Official; tbc)

Bere Regis                v    Broadstone Con        

Under 10’s (2pm Kick off)

Bere Regis                 v    Wool and Winfrith Phoenix

Saturday 12 March

Adult Dorset Senior Trophy SEMI FINAL (2:30pm Kick off) (Match Officials; C Arkless, M Bailey & M Brason)

Bere Regis                v    Poole Town FC Reserves

Sunday 13 March

Adult Division One (10:30am Kick off)

Poole Wanderers            v    Bere Regis                    

Under 10’s (2pm Kick off)

Blandford United Reds         v     Bere Regis

Saturday 19 March

Adult Division One (3pm Kick off) (Match Official; tbc)

Bere Regis                v    Kangaroos

Sunday 20 March

Adult Division One (10:30am Kick off) (Match Official; tbc)

Bere Regis                v    Harry’s Sports Bar           

Under 10’s (2pm Kick off)

No game

Saturday 26 March

Adult Division One (3pm Kick off) (Match Official; tbc)

Bere Regis                v    Poundbury Rovers

Sunday 27 March

Adult Sunday League Cup – Section A (10:30am Kick off) (Match Official; tbc)

Bere Regis                v    Broadstone Con                

Under 10’s (2pm Kick off)

Bere Regis                v     Sturminster Marshall

FIXTURES FOR MARCH 2011

Saturday 5 March

Adult Division One (3pm Kick off) (Match Official; tbc)

Bere Regis                v    Wool RBL

Sunday 6 March

Adult Division One (10:30am Kick off) (Match Official; tbc)

Bere Regis                v    Broadstone Con        

Under 10’s (2pm Kick off)

Bere Regis                 v    Wool and Winfrith Phoenix

Saturday 12 March

Adult Dorset Senior Trophy SEMI FINAL (2:30pm Kick off) (Match Officials; C Arkless, M Bailey & M Brason)

Bere Regis                v    Poole Town FC Reserves

Sunday 13 March

Adult Division One (10:30am Kick off)

Poole Wanderers            v    Bere Regis                    

Under 10’s (2pm Kick off)

Blandford United Reds         v     Bere Regis

Saturday 19 March

Adult Division One (3pm Kick off) (Match Official; tbc)

Bere Regis                v    Kangaroos

Sunday 20 March

Adult Division One (10:30am Kick off) (Match Official; tbc)

Bere Regis                v    Harry’s Sports Bar           

Under 10’s (2pm Kick off)

No game

Saturday 26 March

Adult Division One (3pm Kick off) (Match Official; tbc)

Bere Regis                v    Poundbury Rovers

Sunday 27 March

Adult Sunday League Cup – Section A (10:30am Kick off) (Match Official; tbc)

Bere Regis                v    Broadstone Con                

Under 10’s (2pm Kick off)

Bere Regis                v     Sturminster Marshall

FIXTURES FOR MARCH 2011

Saturday 5 March

Adult Division One (3pm Kick off) (Match Official; tbc)

Bere Regis                v    Wool RBL

Sunday 6 March

Adult Division One (10:30am Kick off) (Match Official; tbc)

Bere Regis                v    Broadstone Con        

Under 10’s (2pm Kick off)

Bere Regis                 v    Wool and Winfrith Phoenix

Saturday 12 March

Adult Dorset Senior Trophy SEMI FINAL (2:30pm Kick off) (Match Officials; C Arkless, M Bailey & M Brason)

Bere Regis                v    Poole Town FC Reserves

Sunday 13 March

Adult Division One (10:30am Kick off)

Poole Wanderers            v    Bere Regis                    

Under 10’s (2pm Kick off)

Blandford United Reds         v     Bere Regis

Saturday 19 March

Adult Division One (3pm Kick off) (Match Official; tbc)

Bere Regis                v    Kangaroos

Sunday 20 March

Adult Division One (10:30am Kick off) (Match Official; tbc)

Bere Regis                v    Harry’s Sports Bar           

Under 10’s (2pm Kick off)

No game

Saturday 26 March

Adult Division One (3pm Kick off) (Match Official; tbc)

Bere Regis                v    Poundbury Rovers

Sunday 27 March

Adult Sunday League Cup – Section A (10:30am Kick off) (Match Official; tbc)

Bere Regis                v    Broadstone Con                

Under 10’s (2pm Kick off)

Bere Regis                v     Sturminster Marshall

FIXTURES FOR MARCH 2011

Saturday 5 March

Adult Division One (3pm Kick off) (Match Official; tbc)

Bere Regis                v    Wool RBL

Sunday 6 March

Adult Division One (10:30am Kick off) (Match Official; tbc)

Bere Regis                v    Broadstone Con        

Under 10’s (2pm Kick off)

Bere Regis                 v    Wool and Winfrith Phoenix

Saturday 12 March

Adult Dorset Senior Trophy SEMI FINAL (2:30pm Kick off) (Match Officials; C Arkless, M Bailey & M Brason)

Bere Regis                v    Poole Town FC Reserves

Sunday 13 March

Adult Division One (10:30am Kick off)

Poole Wanderers            v    Bere Regis                    

Under 10’s (2pm Kick off)

Blandford United Reds         v     Bere Regis

Saturday 19 March

Adult Division One (3pm Kick off) (Match Official; tbc)

Bere Regis                v    Kangaroos

Sunday 20 March

Adult Division One (10:30am Kick off) (Match Official; tbc)

Bere Regis                v    Harry’s Sports Bar           

Under 10’s (2pm Kick off)

No game

Saturday 26 March

Adult Division One (3pm Kick off) (Match Official; tbc)

Bere Regis                v    Poundbury Rovers

Sunday 27 March

Adult Sunday League Cup – Section A (10:30am Kick off) (Match Official; tbc)

Bere Regis                v    Broadstone Con                

Under 10’s (2pm Kick off)

FIXTURES FOR MARCH 2011

Saturday 5 March

Adult Division One (3pm Kick off) (Match Official; tbc)

Bere Regis                v    Wool RBL

Sunday 6 March

Adult Division One (10:30am Kick off) (Match Official; tbc)

Bere Regis                v    Broadstone Con        

Under 10’s (2pm Kick off)

Bere Regis                 v    Wool and Winfrith Phoenix

Saturday 12 March

Adult Dorset Senior Trophy SEMI FINAL (2:30pm Kick off) (Match Officials; C Arkless, M Bailey & M Brason)

Bere Regis                v    Poole Town FC Reserves

Sunday 13 March

Adult Division One (10:30am Kick off)

Poole Wanderers            v    Bere Regis                    

Under 10’s (2pm Kick off)

Blandford United Reds         v     Bere Regis

Saturday 19 March

Adult Division One (3pm Kick off) (Match Official; tbc)

Bere Regis                v    Kangaroos

Sunday 20 March

Adult Division One (10:30am Kick off) (Match Official; tbc)

Bere Regis                v    Harry’s Sports Bar           

Under 10’s (2pm Kick off)

No game

Saturday 26 March

Adult Division One (3pm Kick off) (Match Official; tbc)

Bere Regis                v    Poundbury Rovers

Sunday 27 March

Adult Sunday League Cup – Section A (10:30am Kick off) (Match Official; tbc)

Bere Regis                v    Broadstone Con                

Under 10’s (2pm Kick off)Bere Regis                v     Sturminster Marshall

SATURDAYS  seniors

Shaftesbury Res. 1 Bere Regis 2  (Dorset Div 1)

After an elongated winter break due to the weather, Bere won a hard fought game despite Nick White missing a first half penalty.  However, Nick  was man enough to step up and dispatch a penalty early in the second half to give Bere the lead. Matty Bennett then doubled the lead with a well worked goal, following some good work from Ian ‘blast from the past’ Michie. However, Mr Michie turned hero come villain by hauling down a Shaftesbury player in his own box to give them a penalty that they duly converted. Bere despite playing the last few minutes with only 9 fit players on the pitch managed to hang on for a good away win.

Bere Regis 2  Blandford  Utd. Res 0   (Dorset Div 1)

An important victory for Bere that keeps them tugging on the shirt tails of the leaders. Graeme Rose scored his customary brace but what pleased Russell Ferguson Hewitt was the first clean sheet for a number of games.

SUNDAYS  seniors

Upton FC 6  Bere Regis 3

9 man Bere took the lead and led 3-1 at half time, but the exploits of the previous night took its toll and they eventually ended up loosing. Goals came from young Jake Muscato and a brace from Nicholas White

Bere Regis 3 Poole Wanderers 4

Bere took the lead on three occasions but eventually ended up throwing the game away late in the second half in a windswept game at the rec. Everything was all white for a while, with Nick White scoring from the spot and with a sublime free kick, and Rob White scoring with a neat finish. Despite some fine saves by stand in keeper P ‘diddy’ Maklin it wasn’t enough and poole scored with almost the last kick of the game

Springers 9 Bere Regis 3

Another late night the evening before, resulted in Bere finding themselves 3-0 down at half time. Matt Elford, Will Spurdell and Nick white replied for Bere but unfortunately twice that number did the same for Springers

Flight Refuelling 3 Bere 3

Bere ended their loosing streak but should have won this game. Matty Elford scored a brace and Nick White continued his impressive goalscoring run, but it wasn’t enough as Flight refueling scored in the dying minutes.

Juniors U10 Section C

Bere Regis 2   Wimborne 8

Bere and a number of supporters wished that the elongated winter break had continued a little longer, as torrential rain greeted the players at the rec of dreams for this game. Wimborne took the lead early on but Bere replied with a goal from a diving header from Luke Selby Grace and then took the lead with a goal from Louis’Lamps’ Moore.  Wimborne then rallied with 3 quick goals to lead 2-4 at half time.

Following a half time chat in the dry and warm changing rooms, the conditions worsened during the second half and there were thoughts of calling the RNLI. Despite Wimborne scoring four more goals, all credit to the Bere lads who never gave up and continued to the final whistle.

Oscar Rayner was named Man of the Match for his tireless effort and never give up attitude.

Broadstone 0 Bere Regis 4

An excellent first half display by Bere, laid the foundations for an impressive win and more importantly a clean sheet. Luke Selby Grace settled the Bere nerves with a firm strike before a well worked goal with quick passing bagged him his second and Bere led 2-0 at half time. Goalkeeper Dan ‘the cat miller’ was largely untroubled during the first half and even took to a spot of sunbathing !

With a depleted squad for this game, tiredness took its toll in the second half, but despite a performance not as good as that in the first half, Bere scored two more goals with ‘smiley face’ Luke Selby Grace completing his hat-trick and Oscar Rayner bagging the fourth.

Man of the match went to Lawrence White who didn’t put a foot wrong all afternoon.

Durweston 0 Bere Regis 7

Another excellent display, and once again it was smiley face Luke Selby Grace who settled the nerves and opened the scoring before Torres Moss scored from a perfect cross by Louis Lamps Moore. Jacob Hansell not to be outdone, got in on the act with a deft finish at the near post from a corner to make it 3-0 at half time.

The second half saw two more goals for Torres Moss to complete his hat trick, one from a delightful through ball from Josh Hamilton, whilst Louis Lamps Moore capped a fine display with a sweetly struck goal. However, goal of the game came from a delightfully worked move with a beautiful cross from Oscar ‘ramires’ Rayner, and Ed ‘van der’ Kent finishing crisply at the far post. Yet another clean sheet for dan the cat miller in the Bere goal and his interchangeable defence of Morgan ‘freeman’ Goldsack, Lawrence White, Josh Hamilton and Mossa, whilst  Harry ‘Hos’ Bastian made a solid debut appearance in a defensive role.

Torres Moss not only took home the match ball but the Man of the match award as well for a disciplined performance.

SATURDAYS seniors

Bere Regis 6 Witchampton Utd. 3   (Dorset Senior Cup)

With games postponed for the previous few weeks, the murmurings on the theatre of Bere terraces before the game, were that Bere were under prepared for this game against a strong Witchampton team that were flying high in the league above them. But Bere proved their doubters wrong with a fully deserved and impressive win, and ensuring that their cup exploits will now continue in 2011 at the semi-final stage.

However the writing looked on the wall when the Bere defence parted like the Red Sea, allowing Witchampton to take an early lead. But minutes later, G’dog Rose (who caused havoc in the Witchampton defence all afternoon), waltzed his way past a number of  Witchampton players to make the scores level. A bullet header from Dan ‘in Wenger we trust’ Watts put Bere ahead moments later, and G’dog Rose bagged his second to make the score 3-1 before Witchampton scored to make it 3-2 at half time.

After the break, Bere increased their lead with a slick passing move around the edge of the Witchampton penalty box, culminating in Tommy ‘gun’ Williams place a sweet volley into the top corner leaving the goalie with no chance. Witchampton came back to make it 4-3 with a stunning free kick,  that left Al Moorse motionless in the Bere goal, as if someone had told him that the Spar shop was having a ½ price sale. Bere didn’t learn their lesson and minutes later almost conceded a similar goal that fortunately for them hit the metalwork. G’dog was then upended in the box and the penalty was duly dispatched with some nonchalance by Jonathon Sandels having turned his back on the keeper as part of his preparations to give Bere breathing space at 5-3. In the dying seconds, John ‘Terry’ Cleall (despite remonstrations from the coaching team) waddled forward for a corner and duly headed one home against his old team to make the result safe.

When the final whistle blew, Bere were rewarded with a win that puts them through to the semi final stage of this competition for the first time in the clubs history.  It was a win that their performance richly deserved and another giant killing scalp of a team in the league above them. Men of the match - they all were.

Boxing Day Football Extravaganza

Bere Regis Legends 7   Bere Regis Whippersnappers 3   

The most important game of the season so far, took place at the theatre of Bere on Boxing day. The pitch, looked and played beautifully due to the hard work of mother nature and diligence of the ground staff, whilst depending on how many sherry’s you had over the festive period, the ball appeared a little larger than normal. 

Lyndon ‘Gary Sprake’ White brought back his youth for a few minutes, making a number of impressive saves, whilst at the other end, Alex Moore did likewise for the whippersnappers. Errol Daker opened the scoring for the legends with a classy but un-Liverpool like goal, whilst Nicholas White, making his debut for the legends (but only on the ground of dodgey ankles) bagged a brace. The whippersnappers replied through Matty Evans, A ‘I bet I’m the only person in Dorset who got a Bolton shirt for Christmas’ J, and Callum White. Meanwhile, dad Robert ‘whiter than’ White, along with Steve ‘dig for victory’ Mcleney, P Diddy Macklin and A D Moore added to the legends total. Matty ‘ cut inside’ Elford marshaled the whippersnappers well against a strong legends team, but Nat Scott (probably playing his last competitive game in a Bere shirt) showed only glimmers of his potential.

The man of the match award and fully deserving the title of Bere leg-end was Tom Barnard.

Happy New Year to you, one and all from BRFC.


SATURDAYS  seniors

Bere Regis 2  Dorchester Borough 5 (Dorset division 1)

Like Marie Antoinette, Bere failed to get out of the blocks and suffered their first Dorset league home defeat of the season, against a team currently in pole position. Beres two goals came from G Rose and Dan Watts and were nothing more than consolation for a very poor Bere performance.

Chickerell Reserves 0 Bere Regis 1 (Dorset Senior Cup)

Unlike the previous week, there was more passion and desire for this match, and this was rewarded with a win that puts Bere through to the quarter final stage of this competition for the first time in the clubs history.  Bere had a goal disallowed and Al Moorse made some impressive saves to keep Bere in the game, but intense pressure by Bere led to a Chickerell own goal with minutes left to play.  Despite being reduced to ten men for the remaining seconds, Bere hung on to give them the win their performance richly deserved and another giant killing scalp of a team in the league above them

Blandford Utd Reserves 5  Bere Regis 5 (Dorset division 1)

If you want to see goals forget Match of the day highlights, and come and see the Bere play. Young Tommy Holmes opened the scoring for Bere to give them the lead, before Blandford replied with two goals of their own to make it 2-1. Jonny Sanders, Tommy Williams and G’dog Rose then scored for Bere to give them a 2-4 lead at half time.  

Blandford quickly scored two after the break to make it 4-4 before Jonny Sanders netted to give Bere the lead and the three points that they were looking for. However, Bere committed the cardinal sin of failing to concentrate for the full 90 + minutes and with the last kick of the game, Blandford equalized.  

SUNDAYS Seniors

Bere Regis 2 Hamworthy Labour Club 1

A superb Andy ‘Fox in the box’ Curtis brace sealed this win for Bere

Harrys Bar  11  Bere Regis 4

A brace from Pete Macklin and goals from shamus Cope and Adam Rogerson were mere consolation in this Remembrance Day game that Bere may not wish to remember.

Bere Regis 4   Railway Hotel 3

Another entertaining Sunday morning match, resulting in a Bere win, however Bere made very hard work of it. Goals from veteran striker Rob White and Pete ‘pace of a veteran’ Macklin gave Bere the lead, but Railway fought back with a couple of goals of their own. But an inspired tactical move of playing Matt ‘Walcott’ Elford up front  paid dividends as he scored twice to give Bere the win.

Youth section U10 Section C

Maybe it’s because of the continental style football that Bere U10’s have played so far this season, that they are in the middle of a continental style Christmas break with no games until January. 

SATURDAYS  Seniors

Wincanton Town reserves 5  Bere Regis 2 (Dorset division 1)

Bere suffered their first Dorset league defeat away in Somerset! With 20 minutes to go the score was 2-2 with G’dog Rose grabbing his customary brace and Bere appeared to be holding their own. However, Bere got caught by a sucker punch and then conceded two more as they pushed forward trying to chase the game.

Bere Regis 4 Swanage 3 (Dorset Senior Cup)

Bere literally went toe to toe (or in Johnny Clealls case belly to belly) with their visitors from the division above them in the first round of the senior cup,  and won  an entertaining cup game and are now in the hat for the next round.

Bere found themselves two down to a couple of decent strikes from their visitors, but fought back and seconds before half time, ‘G dog’ Rose unselfishly squared the ball to an unmarked Officer Hewitt who took his time, consulted his notebook as to what to do in the situation he found himself in, before rifling the ball into the far corner to make it 2-1 at half time.

Bere came out fighting for the second half and looked by far the better team. Young Tommy Holmes got bowled over in the box and Nick White calmly dispatched the penalty to make it all square, before officer Hewitt repaid the compliment of the first half and crossed for G’dog Rose to head home to give Bere the lead. G’Dog then scored from close range to cap a fine performance and make the score 4-2 before Swanage got a consolation goal towards the end.

Bere Regis 4 Shaftesbury Town Reserves 2 (Dorset division 1)

Bere found themselves cruising at 2-0 up thanks to goals by Pete Macklin and Natt ‘sir’ Scott with only 20 minutes of the game played. But, defensive frailties were exposed when Bere gifted their visitors two goals to leave the score 2-2 at half time and facing a Russ Hewitt rocket.

The rocket worked and Bere were by far the better team in the second half.  Andy ‘fox in the box’ Curtis rifled home to give Bere the lead with his left foot, following up from his initial strike that the keeper saved, before man of the match Pete Macklin neatly lobbed the keeper to give Bere all three points.
Wareham reserves 0 Bere Regis 3 (Dorset division 1)

Bere outplayed their opponents in the first half and went in at half time 0-3 up with goals from ‘G’ Rose, Tom Williams and Tom Holmes. Instead of going for the jugular, Bere reverted to the old days of playing Hollywood balls and the game reverted to a very scrappy affair, with most of the spectators preferring to watch the ladies hockey next door.

SUNDAYS Seniors

Bere Regis 0 Springers 4 (Dorset Sunday Cup)

Bere were dumped out of the cup by a team that are currently top of the league and contain a number of semi professionals. Despite the score line, Bere performed remarkably well and created a number of chances whilst playing some entertaining football, but unfortunately failed to make the next round of the cup. 

Wallisdown Sports 6 Bere Regis 0

Bere travelled to Wallisdown following a night on the pop and got trounced 6-0. The least said the better.

Bere Regis 4  Flight Refuelling 1

That’s more like it. Bere bossed this game from start to finish and a superb strike (40 yards at least) from young Nat Scott gave Bere the lead. Shaun Cope weighed in with a couple of goals before young Scotty rounded off one of his better performances this year with a superb header. Flight refueling were allowed a consolation goal before the end.

Bere Regis 1 Springers 5

Pretty much the same as the previous encounter between these two sides less than 3 weeks previous, except that Bere took the lead from a slick passing move  that allowed Andy ‘Fox’ Curtis to ghost in at the back the post and sweetly stroke the ball home. Springers replied before the break and the Springers galactico’s turned it on in the second half with some delightful passing that enabled them to net another four.  

Bere Regis Football Club

In a year when there has appeared to be no end to the football season,  Bere Regis Football Clubs  2010-11 season officially started in early September at the ever impressive Bere Regis recreational ground.  Following a summer of cricketing successes at the rec, (well done once again to the cricketers) the pitches are in splendid condition, due to the continued loving care of   Herbie’ wrong shape and size ball’ Swann and Mr angry and Mrs happy Oram. Thank you once again guys, and thanks must also go to Nick Macklin for his sponsorship of match balls for the seniors.

Due to last years highly successful season (eventually finishing 3rd in the league) B.R.F.C Saturday side remain in the re-jigged Dorset Division 1, which appears to be a tougher league than last year containing a number of senior reserve sides.

The withdrawl of a large number of clubs from the Dorset Sunday league, has meant that there is only one division containing 11 teams and it is a testament to the longevity of Bere Regis football club that after 125 years they are the only team to have both a Saturday and Sunday team in the Dorset league.

The foundations for a good club, is its youth section, and Bere Regis youth football club keeps going from strength to strength. This year, the youth section is represented by two teams in the Dorset Mini football leagues; the under 10’s and the Under 8’s, and there is also a large number of under 6’s who at the moment only practice, but it is hoped that we can arrange a few friendly matches for them.

It is unfortunate that due to the size of Bere Regis, we are currently unable to field a team of 11 players in the U12 section, and due to this, six of the lads from Bere’s U11 last season, have now joined Wool & Winfrith U12.

Good luck to all teams for the season, and we will try to keep you posted of results throughout the year. So far, there has been a promising start for all sides.

SATURDAYS  Seniors Dorset Division 1

Wool 0  Bere Regis 0

Bere opened their account away to Wool in a local derby, although the changing rooms were probably closer to Bere than the pitch!. Bere with a solid performance looked the team more likely to score and deserved more than a draw.

Bere Regis 7  Sturminster Newton Utd 0

Bere Regis hoisted themselves up into fourth place thanks to a 7-0 win against their visitors from Sturminster Newton with a superb performance of passing football, the likes of which has not been seen for many a year at the rec. Graeme G’Dog Rose opened this seasons account with a hat trick, John Sanders marked his second good performance of the season with a brace (but was too slow to react to bag a hat trick), whilst there was one each for Tom Williams and Tom Holmes marking their impressive home debuts.
Poundbury Rovers 2  Bere Regis 2
Bere travelled away to top of the league Poundbury for this game, and a couple of defensive slips allowed their opponents to earn a draw in an entertaining game. Goals for Bere came from Graeme ‘G dog’ Rose and Tom ‘I meant that’ Williams, whilst Al Moorse made a couple of impressive saves in goal to keep Bere in the game. As a result of this draw Bere keep their unbeaten record and move up into the top four.

SUNDAYS Seniors Dorset Division 1

Railway Hotel 0 Bere Regis 2

Bere Regis kicked off their season with a 2-0 victory against their hosts The Railway Hotel. A man of the match performance was capped with a fine goal by Matty Bennett, whilst the second was bagged by the well known local lad Bartek Pachulski.

Broadstone Conservative Club 6 Bere Regis 0

No coalition here, as the Tory boys took full advantage of Bere Regis lack of numbers and had a resounding landslide victory. Highlight of the day/season/decade for Bere, was the return after a lengthy lay off, of mark ‘when the going gets tough, galer gets going’ Gale to a Bere Regis shirt.

Upton Working Mens Club 1 Bere Regis 5

Like an English summer, Bere blow hot and cold. A good performance at Turlin moor saw them comfortable winners over their opponents, with goals coming yet again from the well known local lad Bartek Pachulski with a double, Matty Bennett, Andy Curtis and Matty Elford.

Youth section U10 Section C

Wimborne 5 Bere Regis 3

An unlucky start to the season as Bere lost their opening game to a strong Wimborne side. Goals came from midfield dynamos Jacob Hounsell, Luke Selby Grace and target man Bradley Moss, and Bere probably deserved at least a draw.

Bere Regis 5 Broadstone 3

Bere won their first home game of the season, with four goals coming from Bradley ’torres’ Moss and one from Luke Selby Grace, but it was the goalkeeping heroics of Dan ‘the cat’ Miller that laid the foundations for this impressive victory

Bere Regis 8  Durweston   4

Beres winning streak continued in this fantastic game of football, with some stunning goals by both sides. Bradley ‘torres’ Moss continued his impressive scoring record with another 4 goals, whilst Louis ‘Lamps’ Moore capped a fine display by bagging himself 3. Luke Selby Grace completed the goalscoring whilst the defence  This result moves Bere to 2nd in the league.

Youth section U8

We have had a very positive start to the season with two good wins and a narrow loss! We hope to sustain the momentum we built up last year, developing the team on the pitch whilst further encouraging parental support and participation, which to date has been excellent.

Due to winning the ‘fair play award at a football tournament, Bere youth teams have been invited to celebrate the opening of the new third generation pitch at Thomas Hardye Leisure Centre which will take place on Saturday 6th November 2010.  On the day there be two coaches from the FA Skills team and a Mini Tournament.   

Youth section U6

There has been considerable interest in this age group and we are offering a fun, footy and fitness session for 45 minutes prior to the under 8 home games -  i.e. every other week, Patrick Green and a group of parents have offered to lead the training sessions, to date we have had  up to 15 boys and girls participating, we will review the frequency of this training after half term.

An excellent start to the season one and all, keep up the good work and thank you to everybody for their continued commitment and support. New players are always welcome, 



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