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1966-67 South East Counties League Div I

No programmes issued for West Ham's Home League games at Chadwell Heath

MILLWALL : South East Counties League Div l

Chadwell Heath

4 - 0 (Cross 2 [1 pen], Carr, Lindsay)

20 August 1966

Death, Shaw, Jarman, Glozier, Knowles, Glumart, Llewelyn, Lindsay, Carr, Cross, Lay

We made a great start to the season, for although only one up at the interval the Hammers over-ran the Young Lions in the second half to make the final score 4-0. Roger Cross got the first goal (29 mins.) from a penalty after David Llewellyn's shot had been handled on the line and he scored the third in the 66th minute from a pass by Jimmy Lindsay; Cross returned the compliment in the 73rd minute for Lindsay to net the fourth. The second goal (58 mins.) was well taken by Tony Carr.

The newcomers did very well with Lindsay catching the eye throughout, but the all-round performance of Bob Glozier showed that an extra season's experience makes a big difference in this grade of soccer.

QUEENS PARK RANGERS : South East Counties League Div l

Loftus Road

0 - 3

27 August 1966

Death, Shaw, Jarman, Simmons, Glozier, Glumart, Clements T., Lindsay, Carr, Cross, Llewelyn

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LUTON TOWN : South East Counties League Div I

CHARLTON ATHLETIC : South East Counties League Div I

BRENTFORD : South East Counties League Div I

CRYSTAL PALACE : South East Counties League Cup (First Round)

Chadwell Heath

5 - 1 (Cross 3, Lay, Llewelyn)

3 September 1966

Death, Shaw, Glozier, Knowles, Bragger, Glumart, Llewelyn, Lindsay, Simmons, Cross, Lay

Chadwell Heath

4 - 0 (Carr, Brooking 2, Lindsay)

10 September 1966

Death, Shaw, Glozier, Bragger, Lampard, Lindsay, Simmons, Brooking, Llewelyn, Carr, Cross

Chadwell Heath

2 - 2 (Lindsay, Llewelyn)

17 September 1966

Death, Shaw, Jarman, Knowles, Bragger, Glumart, Llewelyn, Lindsay, Carr, Cross, Lay

66_09_24 Crystal Palace v. WHU SECL Cup1

Sanderstead

2 - 1 (Cross, [og])

24 September 1966

Death

Shaw

Knowles

Bragger

Jarman

Simmons

Lindsay

Llewelyn

Carr

Cross

Williams

Roger Cross put us ahead from- a corner-kick in-the twelfth minute but eleven minutes later Palace equalised. We kept up our share of the pressure, but the final result could well have gone either way; however, it was eventually decided when another shot by Cross was diverted into his own net by an opposing defender to make the score 2-1 for the Hammers, Steven Knowles did very well.

WATFORD : South East Counties League Div I

Chadwell Heath

3 - 1 (Llewelyn 2, [1 pen], Bean)

1 October 1966

Steel, Templeman, Jarman, Knowles, Bragger, Glumart, Llewelyn, Lindsay, Carr, Bean, Lay

A strongly-built Watford side took the lead in the 25th minute after a corner, but our lads came back in sterling fashion to be 3-1 up at half-time. David Llewellyn showed that continuing experience is bringing its reward in his performances, and he marked this occasion with a scoring shot from the edge of the penalty-box in the 33rd minute and a penalty conversion a minute from half-time. Our second goal came a minute after the first of Llewellyn's successes, when a through ball from Ray Jarman was headed on by Tony Carr for Jimmy Bean to score and set the seal on his useful showing.

CRYSTAL PALACE : South East Counties League Div I

Bandstead

2 - 1 (Llewellyn, Carr)

8 October 1966

Death, Lindsay, Jarman, Knowles, Bragger, Glumart, Llewelyn, Bliss, Carr, Bean, Lay

David Llewellyn hit a grand shot from 25 yards to give us an eighth-minute lead, but at the end of 20 minutes' play Palace got an equaliser. Llewellyn was proving to be our dangerman and he laid on a pass for Tony Carr to put us ahead again shortly before the interval. The second half was scoreless, Peter Bragger putting in some good work for the Hammers, so we secured the points by a 2-1 margin.

TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR : Southern Junior Floodlit Cup (First Round)

Upton Park

2 - 0 (Brooking, Lampard)

10 October 1966

66_10_10 WHU v. Tottenham Hotspur SJFC1

Death

Jarman

Glozier

Bragger

Lampard

Simmons

Lindsay

Brooking

Llewellyn

Carr

Cross

Two long-range shots that each found the net settled the issue in this game, played before a 1,639 attendance on a ground made very wet by afternoon rain. We had seven pros and two apprentices to the Spurs' three pros and five apprentices, and the greater experience proved decisive in a game which though interesting did not reach the standard ot last season's duels in the same competition.

Our first goal was from a 25-yard free-kick converted by Trevor Brooking twelve minutes after the start; the second was a 30-yarder from a partial clearance, Frank. Lampard being the scorer. Both teams went close on several other occasions, but the goalkeepers played verv well.

LEYTON ORIENT : South East Counties League Div I

Chadwell Heath

1 - 2 (Bean)

15 October 1966

Death, Templeman, Jarman, Knowles, Bragger, Glumart, Holland, Lindsay, Carr, Bean, Lay

We emerged with little credit from this game. Defensive errors in the 27th and 47th minutes provided Orient with the means of scoring two goals, and a series of misses when we were two down saw good chances go begging. Jimmy Bean eventually netted for the Hammers five minutes from time, but by then it was too late to save the points.

CHARLTON ATHLETIC : South East Counties League Div I

New Eltham

0 - 3

22 October 1966

Grotier, Jackson, Jarman, Knowles, Bragger, Glumart, Holland, Lindsay, Williams, Bean, Lay

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Our Youth Section teams are again competing in the First and Second Divisions of the South East Counties League this season. The under-18's are in the charge of John Lyall (with Dick Arnold as team attendant), and the junior side will be supervised by Bill Lansdowne (with Frank Wilkins as team attendant).

They will also be in the F.A. Youth Cup, London Youth Cup and the Southern Junior Floodlit Cup; it is interesting to note that a new entry in the latter tournament is Bournemouth and Boscombe Athletic, so the competition is spreading. We shall be able to field an all-professional side in these games, including full professionals Trevor Brooking, Roger Cross, Bob Glozier, Frank Lampard and Barry Simmons, as well as Stephen Death who was an apprentice last season.

Manager : John Lyall

66_10_25 Ipswich Town v. WHU SCCL Cup2

IPSWICH TOWN : South East Counties League Cup (Second Round)

Portman Road

2 - 1 (Cross, Lindsay)

25 October 1966

Death

Simmons

Glozier

Bragger

Lampard

Brooking

Lindsay

Glumart

Llewelyn

Carr

Cross

IPSWICH TOWN : South East Counties League Div I

Portman Road

1 - 2 (Williams)

29 October 1966

Death, Jarman, Scanlon, Knowles, Bragger, Glumart, Clements T., Lindsay, Carr, Williams, Lay

CHELSEA 'A' : South East Counties League Div I

Welsh Harp, Hendon

0 - 7

5 November 1966

Death, Jarman, Scanlon, Knowles, Bragger, Glumart, Lay, Bliss, Carr, Cross, Mills

The Reds were much too strong for us in the first half, for they included eight youngsters who now play in the London Mid-Week League. We went in three down at half-time, but did better in the second half to keep the final count at 0-3 against us.

A word of thanks is due to the Hammers' fans who made a round trip of some 140 miles to provide welcome support for our youngsters. Their enthusiasm was rewarded with two goals in the last four minutes that put us in the Semi-Final against Millwall - a startling climax which completely shook the attendance of around 3,000 on a fine evening for football that ended with wonderful hospitality from the home officials.

The game was very evenly contested, but turned in favour of the Suffolk lads late in the first half when a speculative kick from near the half-way line went through our penalty area and into the net to bring the first goal. We pegged away manfully after the interval, but seemed unlikely to be rewarded until Jimmy Lindsay hit home a fine shot from the edge of the penalty-area to round off a lot of hard work which he had done in midfield. Inspired by the exhortations of skipper Frank Lampard we kept up the pressure, and from a throw-in near the corner flag the ball went to Roger Cross who hooked it into the far corner of the Town goal - and made the final score 2-1.

This was the first defeat sustained by Ipswich in twelve games; they are the current league leaders and have a strong side, which on this occasion was reinforced by their First Team left-back who is currently playing in the Second Division of the Football League. However, our own general all-round experience and strength sufficed to eventually turn the tide.

After snatching the honours from the Town side in the League Cup four days earlier, our youngsters had the mortification of seeing their opponents reverse the 2-1 score in this game in rather similar circumstances. A free-kick after a quarter-of-an-hour's play put the home side ahead, hut we should have been on level terms five minutes later; a shot from Tony Lay was deflected by the 'keeper to Tim Clements who laid it back for Charlie Williams to net—only for the referee to disallow the counter. Five minutes later it was 0-2. through a bad defensive error by the Hammers, but eight minutes from the interval another drive from Lay was deflected into the Ipswich net. The second-half was " nearly all West Ham," but the equaliser just wouldn't come. John Scanlon did very well in his first appearance for our Colts' side, and up front Tony Carr worked extremely hard.

Players with Football Combination experience and ability made the Chelsea side far too strong for us on this occasion, and they were comfortably ahead by 4-0 at half-time. Stephen Death played a great game in keeping down the score, but the Blues netted another midway through the second half and added two in the last three minutes of the game to make it 0-7 against us at the end.

FULHAM : South East Counties League Div I

Chadwell Heath

3 - 4 (Linday 2, Glozier)

12 November 1966

Jarman, Templeman, Knowles, Glozier, Glumart, Holland, Lindsay, Carr, Cherry, Lay

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BRIGHTON & HOVE ALBION 'A' : South East Counties League Div I

Hove Stadium

1 - 3 (Llewelyn)

19 November 1966

Death, Jarman, Scanlon, Knowles, Bragger, Glumart, Llewelyn, Lindsay, Williams, Bean, Lay

We scored first in the 20th minute through Jimmy Lindsay, and he put us further ahead two minutes later after a free-kick just outside the penalty-area. With the last kick of the first half Fulham scored from the penalty-spot, and then equalised in the 58th minute. We regained our lead in the 60th minute through Glozier, only for Fulham to equalise once again two minutes afterwards. Some inexperience, allied with fatigue, found our youngsters flagging towards the finish, and with ten minutes to go the Cottagers notched the winner 4-3.

This game was thrown away by the Hammers' failure to finish on every occasion but one; 18 minutes after the start David Llewellyn shot hard from 25 yards ; the home 'keeper parried the ball but it went in off the post. We then missed a penalty and conceded a 30th-minute equaliser to be 1-1 at the interval. The second half was a travesty, for although the Seasiders only set up a few advances into our territory they scored twice more to win by 3-1.

BEXLEY UNITED : London Youth Cup (First Round)

Town Ground

5 - 1 (Brooking 2, Cross, Lindsay, Simmons)

23 November 1966

Grotier

Glozier

Lampard

Knowles

Bragger

Brooking

Llewelyn

Lindsay

Simmons

Cross

Lay

66_11_23 Bexley United v. WHU FAYC1 66_11_23 Bexley United v. WHU FAYC1 back

We were always on top in this game, and the final score of 5-1 in our favour was a fair reduction. We dominated the midfield thanks to fine performances by Trevor Brooking and Jimmy Lindsay in the "link men" roles, and in defence were well-served by Steven Knowles.

Brooking netted two goals, the first in the tenth minute from the edge of the penalty box ; the second came a quarter-of-an-hour from time, when he beat four men and drew out the 'keeper before side-footing the ball home. Lindsay scored in the last minute, the other Hammers' counters being registered in the !5th (Roger Cross) and 60th minutes (Barry Simmons). Peter Grotier made his " between the sticks " debut for our Youth Cup side, and was not beaten until three minutes from time when the Kent club got their only goal.

TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR : South East Counties League Div I

Cheshunt

1 - 0 (Cherry)

26 November 1966

Death, Jarman, Scanlon, Knowles, Bragger, Glumart, Lay, Lindsay, Carr, Cherry, Bliss

The 1-0 victory we gained was in direct contrast to the previous week's showing, and our youngsters adapted themselves well in difficult condiu'ons. The first half was very even, but about ten minutes after the interval we asserted our authority when Michael Glumart moved upfield to create an opening; his shot hit the bar; but the rebound was netted by Mick Cherry to bring a deserved victory. Steven Knowles again did very well, though the "man of the match" award went to Tony Carr.

IPSWICH TOWN : South East Counties League Div I

Chadwell Heath

0 - 3

3 December 1966

Death, Simmons, Scanlon, Knowles, Bragger, Glumart, Holland, Lindsay, Carr, Cherry, Llewelyn

MILLWALL : South East Counties League Cup (Semi-Final)

Upton Park

5 - 3 (Brooking 2, Llewelyn 2, Cross)

5 December 1966

Att: 1,500

Grotier

Simmons

Lampard

Glozier

Bragger

Brooking

Llewelyn

Lindsay

Carr

Cross

Cherry

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This was a very even game until half-time with the defences of both sides predominating, and the second half began with the score at 0-0. However, due to a defensive error in the 68th minute, Ipswich went ahead and then became a very determined side, adding two further goals in the last eleven minutes to annex the spoils. Our side did not play as well as they had done the previous week.

66_12_05 WHU v. Millwall SECL Semi

Despite very bad weather conditions there was an attendance of 1,500 for this fixture, and their support was recompensed by an interestinc duel that defied the elements. Trevor Brooking and David'Llewellyn netted for us before the Young Lions scored during the first half, but almost immediately after the resumption the South Londoners levelled the count. A penalty by Roger Cross in the the 58lh minute restored our margin, and then Brooking (63 rnins.) and Llewellyn (71 mins.) made the issue safe. The conversion of a further penalty by Millwall six minutes from time found the margin 5-3 in our favour at the finish.

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STEVENAGE TOWN : FA Youth Cup (Second Round)

Broadhall Way

9 December 1966

66_12_09 Stevenage Town v. WHU FAYC2 66_12_19 Stevenage Town v. WHU FAYC2

MATCH POSTPONED

Reason ??? : rearranged for 19th December 1966

ARSENAL : South East Counties League Div I

Chadwell Heath

2 - 1 (Carr, Lindsay)

17 December 1966

Death, Templeman, Scanlon, Knowles, Sutton, Glumart, Clements T., Lindsay, Carr, Cherry, Lay

STEVENAGE TOWN : FA Youth Cup (Second Round)

Broadhall Way

2 - 0 (Brooking, Cherry)

19 December 1966

Grotier

Glozier

Lampard

Simmons

Bragger

Knowles

Carr

Cross

Cherry

Brooking

Llewelyn

CRYSTAL PALACE : South East Counties League Div I

Chadwell Heath

2 - 2 (Bean, Carr)

31 December 1966

Grotier, Shaw, Jarman,Knowles, Bragger, Glumart, Llewelyn, Bliss, Carr, Bean, Lay

IPSWICH TOWN : FA Youth Cup (Third Round)

Upton Park

1 - 0 (Cross)

4 January 1967

Att: 2,174

Grotier

Glozier

Lampard

Simmons

Bragger

Knowles

Carr

Cross

Cherry

Brooking

Llewelyn

67_01_04 WHU v. Ipswich Town FAYC3

For the second time this season we snatched a late Cup win against Ipswich. The first occasion was in the South East Counties League Cup when we got two goals in the last four minutes to win 2-1, and on this occasion there were only three minutes to go when we got the lone counter.

The goal came when Tim Clements went away down the left flank and centred into the Ipswich area; a brief melee" found Roger Cross eight yards out to net past the helpless 'keeper. Earlier the exchanges had been fairly even, but it was not easy to play good soccer on a bone-hard surface and the players often had difficulty in keeping their footing. However, the 2,174 fans who braved the cold conditions had good value in these circumstances, and especially appreciated some useful work by both goalkeepers.

LUTON TOWN : South East Counties League Div I

Kenilworth Road

2 - 0 (Jarman, Lay)

7 January 1967

Death, Jarman, Scanlon,Knowles, Bragger, Sutton,Llewelyn, Lindsay, Carr, Cherry, Lay

LEYTON ORIENT : South East Counties League Div I

Brisbane Road

1 - 1 (Cherry)

14 January 1967

Grotier, Jarman, Scanlon (Bliss), Knowles, Tom, Sutton, Llewelyn, Lindsay, Carr, Cherry, Bean

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FULHAM : FA Youth Cup (Fourth Round)

Craven Cottage

3 - 3 (Cross, Williams, [og])

23 January 1967

 

Grotier

Simmons

Glozier

Brooking

Bragger

Lampard

Llewelyn

Lindsay

Williams

Cross

Lay

67_01_23 Fulham v. WHU FAYC4

CHELSEA : South East Counties League Div I

Chadwell Heath

4 - 1 (Bean, Brooking, Carr, Cross)

28 January 1967

Grotier, Simmons, Tuck, Brooking, Bragger, Lampard, Clements T., Lindsay, Carr, Cross, Bean

FULHAM : FA Youth Cup (Fourth Round Replay)

Upton Park

8 - 0 (Cross 5, Clements, Llewelyn, Williams)

30 January 1967

 

Grotier

Simmons

Glozier

Brooking

Bragger

Lampard

Clements T.

Lindsay

Williams

Cross

Llewelyn

67_01_30 WHU v. Fulham FAYC4R

BEXLEY UNITED : South East Counties League Div I

Civil Services Ground

4 - 0 (Carr, Cross, Llewelyn, Williams)

4 February 1967

Grotier, Simmons, Glozier,Lindsay, Tom, Knowles, Clements T., Carr, Williams, Cross, Llewelyn

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MILLWALL : South East Counties League Div I

The Den

0 - 1

11 February 1967

Death

Simmons

Jarman

Lindsay

Morgan

Bragger

Clements T.

Carr

Williams,

Cherry

Llewelyn

CRYSTAL PALACE : FA Youth Cup (Fourth Round Replay)

Upton Park

1 - 2 (Llewelyn)

22 February 1967   -   (Programme dated Monday 20th)

Att: 1,700

 

Grotier

Glozier

Lampard

Brooking

Morgan

Knowles

Carr (Bragger)

Lindsay

Williams

Cross

Llewelyn

67_02_20 WHU v. Crystal Palace LYC2

This game was postponed from the original date of Feb. 20th as our ground was suffering from the effects of heavy rain over a sustained period ; however, it recovered reasonably well during the two-day postponement, and the 1,700 attendance was very good considering that little publicity could be given to the new date.

Unfortunately our side did not live up to the support accorded by our fans, and went under by the odd goal in three, after a goalless first half. Tony Carr went off midway through the second half with a calf injury, and Peter Bragger came on in his place. The line-up was re-shuffled, and soon after Steven Knowles had moved into the attack he crossed the ball from the left-flank for David Llewelyn to net. However, within five minutes Tompkins got two for the Glaziers.

WATFORD : South East Counties League Div I

Vicarage Road

0 - 4

25 February 1967

Death, Jarman, Scanlon, Sutton, Tom, Glumart, Holland, Barham, Llewelyn, Cherry, Bean (Carr)

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BRENTFORD : South East Counties League Div I

Cranford

1 - 2 (Jeffrey)

4 March 1967

Death, Jarman, Tuck, Sutton, Bragger, Glumart, Llewelyn, Bliss, Carr, Jeffrey, Lay

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BIRMINGHAM CITY : FA Youth Cup (Fifth Round)

Upton Park

1 - 1 (Glozier)

6 March 1967  

Att: 6,000

 

Grotier

Shaw

Glozier

Simmons

Bragger

Lampard

Clements

Lindsay

Williams

Brooking

Cross

67_03_06 WHU v. Birmingham City FAYC5 67_02_11 Millwall v. WHU SECL

CRYSTAL PALACE : Southern Junior Floodlit Cup (Second Round)

Selhurst Park

3 - 2 (Lay 2, Brooking)

8 March 1967  

 

 

Death

Shaw

Glozier

Simmons

Morgan

Lampard

Lindsay

Brooking

Williams

Cross

Lay

67_03_08 Crystal Palace v. WHU SJFC3

There was an attendance of about 6,000 for this game, and almost without exception all agreed that it was one which the Hammers should have won comfortably. Having taken the lead in the 16th minute when Bob Glozier converted Trevor Brooking's free-kick from close range, our youngsters maintained the pressure - only to miss several opportunites of settling the issue against a side which played it very hard and often nullified our skill by petty infringements which had-an unsettling effect Nevertheless, soccer" usually threatened to overcome brawn until the equaliser came five minutes after the interval, when Latchford intercepted a back-pass ; a resolute team then held us to gain a replay

TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR : South East Counties League Div I

Chadwell Heath

1 - 4 (Williams)

11 March 1967

Grotier, Jarman,Glozier, Simmons, Morgan, Glumart, Clements, Lindsay, Williams, Knowles, Llewelyn

BRIGHTON & HOVE ALBION : South East Counties League Div I

Chadwell Heath

0 - 1

18 March 1967

Death, Jarman, Scanlon, Templeman, Morgan, Sutton, Holland, Barham, Carr, Jeffrey, Llewelyn

BIRMINGHAM CITY : FA Youth Cup (Fifth Round Replay)

St Andrews

0 - 1

21 March 1967  

 

Grotier

Shaw

Simmons

Glozier

Morgan

Lampard

Clements T.

Brooking

Williams

Cross

Lindsay

67_03_21 Birmingham City v. WHU FAYC5R 67_03_30 WHU v. Charlton Athletic SEC Final

Our elimination from the quarter-finals of the F.A. Youth Cup was a considerable disappointment, for after missing opportunities of winning at Upton Park we were literally put out by a single shot in the replay.

Persistent attacking at St. Andrews again brought chances to make progress to the last four, and although City's keeper David Latchford played a great game he should certainly not have had a chance from some of the openings we made. However, failure to finish has brought downfall to plenty of sides before us, and this was particularly emphasised when the Blues broke away and got the only counter with a first-timer from near the edge of the box.

CHARLTON ATHLETIC : South East Counties League Cup (Final ~ 1st leg)

Upton Park

4 - 0 (Brooking, Cross, Lampard, Simmons)

30 March 1967  

 

Death

Simmons

Shaw

Glozier

Morgan

Lampard

Llewelyn

Lindsay

Brooking

Cross

Lay

Throughout the whole of this game we were infinitely superior to the Athletic, but it was not until the second hall that the goals came for us to end with a 4-0 advantage to carry to the second leg. Over-elaboration cost us dearly before the interval, but twelve minutes after the resumption Roger Cross volleyed home Dave Llewelyn's corner. Then late in the game we netted a further hat-trick in a ten-minute burst ; Barry Simmons moved upfield for our second counter, Trevor Brooking centered for Frank Lampard to make it three, and Brooking headed in the last one.

 

QUEENS PARK RANGERS : South East Counties League Div I

Chadwell Heath

0 - 1

8 April 1967

Death, Pike, Shaw, Knowles, Tom, Glumart, Clements T., Hartley, Carr, Jeffrey, Lay

CHELSEA : Southern Junior Floodlit Cup (Semi-Final)

Upton Park

7 - 2 (Lampard 2, Lindsay 2, Lay, Cross, [og])

12 April 1967  

 

 

Grotier

Simmons

Knowles

Glozier

Morgan

Lampard

Llewelyn

Lindsay

Brooking

Cross

Lay

67_04_12 WHU v. Chelsea SJFC Semi-Final

BEXLEY UNITED : South East Counties League Div I

Chadwell Heath

0 - 3

15 April 1967

Grotier, Pike, Shaw, Sutton, Tom, Knowles, Williams, Barrow, Carr, Hartley, Glumart

Before the start the Hammers changed into our light blue "alternative strip," as Chelsea took the field in red shirts and blue shorts instead of their registered all-blue.

Then we conceded the first goal in the seventh minute after Peter Grotier had appeared to be fouled whilst catching the ball; he was still on the ground when Hamilton put the ball in at the third attempt.

However, that was virtually the end of the West Londoners', for they were completely over-run by a rampant Hammers' XI who scored at regular intervals. Roger Cross (10 mins.) equalised from David Llewelyn's centre. Frank Lampard hit home from 25 yards (22 mins.) and 30 yards (29 mins.) and then Stephen Lay ran the ball in after good work by Llewelyn and Cross in the 40th minute to make the interval score 4-1.

Immediately after the resumption a centre by Trevor Brooking was turned in for an "own goal." This was followed by two counters from Jimmy Lindsay - his first in the 50th minute was a 25-yarder into the corner of the net and the second was a great header following Lay's centre. The pace then slackened off a little, and in the last minute Halliday ended a fine run to reduce the margin to 7-2.

A really wonderful performance from every Hammer - and now a "two leg" Final to come against Ipswich Town.

CHARLTON ATHLETIC : South East Counties League Cup (Final ~ 2nd leg)

The Valley

2 - 0 (Breooking, Cross)

17 April 1967

Grotier

Simmons

Knowles

Glozier

Morgan

Lampard

Llewelyn (Carr)

Lindsay

Brooking

Cross

Lay

67_04_17 Charlton Athletic v. WHU SECL Final

We held a 4-0 advantage after the first leg, and after adding further goals through Roger Cross and Trevor Brooking we eventually won the trophy on aggregate by 6-0. In the opening minutes our defence had to sustain great pressure, but this was greatly eased when Trevor Brooking broke down our left wing and centred for Roger Cross to hit a great shot for our lirst goal (15 minutes). Our second goal in the 38th minute vas the result of good work by Jimmy Lindsay who worked the ball up fn m the half-way line and then chipped on to Trevor Brooking who gave the goalkeeper no chance with his shot. Tony Carr substituted for David Llewelyn in the second half in which we remained well on top.

ARSENAL 'A' : South East Counties League Div I

London Colney

1 - 1 (Williams)

22 April 1967

Grotier, Pike, Shaw, Knowles, Morgan, Glumart, Williams, Hartley, Carr, Barrow, Jeffrey

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IPSWICH TOWN : Southern Junior Floodlit Cup (Final ~ 1st leg)

Portman Road

2 - 1 (Lay, Llwelyn)

25 April 1967  

 

 

Death

Simmons

Knowles

Glozier

Morgan

Lampard

Llewelyn

Lindsay

Brooking

Cross

Lay

67_04_25 Ipswich Town v. WHU SJFC Final

FULHAM 'A' : South East Counties League Div I

Craven Cottage

4 - 0 (Carr, Glumart, Holland, Lindsay)

6 May 1967

Grotier, Lindsay, Knowles, Childs, Morgan (Pike), Glumart, Cameron, Holland, Carr, Jeffrey, Lay

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IPSWICH TOWN : Southern Junior Floodlit Cup (Final ~ 2nd leg)

Upton Park

1 - 2 (Cross)

18 May 1967  

 

 

Grotier

Lindsay

Knowles

Glozier

Morgan

Lampard

Llewelyn

Simmons

Brooking

Cross

Lay

Agg: 6-0

West Ham United

South East Counties Cup winners

Agg: 3-3

Trophy shared

67_05_18 WHU v. Ipswich Town SJFC Final 2 1965-66 SECL Div 1 1967-68 SECL Div 1 Season 1966-67

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