MyMarlow Sports Roundup 10-12-18

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Another busy week in the Marlow sports scene, and if you weren’t out and about braving the cold at the weekend, here’s a warmer way to catch up on what happened.


Marlow men’s 1st team again squandered what should have been a win in their match with nearest rivals Ashford after taking a commanding 3-1 lead at half-time thanks to goals from Tom Gray & a brace from James Ward. However, Ashford mounted a comeback to take a share of the spoils, with the final score ending 3-3. The Men’s 1st remain 5th, level on points with Ashford but with a better goal difference.

The seconds did well to hold their league leaders Aylesbury 1s to a narrow defeat – 2-1 was the score with the goal coming from Conor Tierney.

 The most notable win was by the third team who managed to beat Thame 1s by 8 goals to nil, completely overwhelming their higher placed opposition. Their feast of goals were scored by James Ashburner (2), Jack Barber, Dane D’Cruze, Harvey Loretto (2), Daniel Meyrick and Robin Walls

Other men’s results: –

  • 4th XI beat Aylesbury 2-1 (Goals by Fin Anderson and Caleb Rowe)
  • 5th XI lost to Oxford6 2-0
  • 6th XI drew 4-4 with Wallingford 4s (Goals by Ewen Hunter 3 and Toby
  • Arnold)                                
  • Strollers (veterans) drew with Camberley Owls 1-1 (Peter Rints)

On Sunday the Men’s 1s met Maidenhead in the cup and lost 2-3, their goalscorers being Lewis Goodman and Chris Goodchild.

Ladies results: –

The Ladies 1st team drew away at Surbiton and are now 3rd in the South Ladies Premier 2 Division, both goals being scored by Kerri Smith.

The other results were; –

  • 2s lost 2-0 Wallingford 1s
  • 3s lost 1-0 Wycombe 2s
  • 4s won 5-1 Wycombe 3s (Tracey Finch x 2, Eleanor Sharp, Alys Ranm, Alice Atkinson)
  • 5s lost 3-0 to Thame Ladies 2s


It was a brilliant weekend for Marlow Rugby club as both the Marlow 1st and 2nd XV picked up comprehensive victories.

The 1st cruised to a 53-7 win over Littlemore on Saturday, while the 2nd team won 44-15 against Thatcham to cap a wonderful weekend for the club.


Both Marlow clubs were involved in top of the league clashes at the weekend, and both will feel unfortunate to come away with the results that they did.

Marlow FC logoMarlow FC had to settle for back-to-back draws as they played out a thrilling 3-3 draw with Bracknell Town.

The Blue’s goals came from Kameron English, James Clarke ,and Isaac Osei-Tutu – meaning Mark Bartley’s men stay remain on the top of the league, three points clear of Bracknell Town.

Marlow United logoThe other table-topping clash saw Marlow United fall to a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Cookham Dean at the Alfred Davis Memorial Ground – but the game was marred by a terrible injury to Cookham player Harry Baker.  

Cookham went into the break with a two-nil lead, after having the better of the opening 45 minutes.

It proved a frustrating day for the home side, who couldn’t seem to click going forward – although they did grab a late goal after Darren Rockell headed home from a free-kick.

United now sit 3rd in the league, but are only three points off of top spot, with two games in hand over sides above them.


Marlow Rowing Club logoThe Mizuno British Rowing Indoor Championships 2018 took place at the weekend and both MRC Para and master’s squads were in action.

There were a whole host of good results for Marlow Rowing club – with Ben Marsden finishing 5th in the E136 (PR3-PD) Para Men 2000m while Ella Hollaway also finished 5th in the E137 (PR3-PD) Para Women 2000m.

There were 1st place finishes for Marlow Rowing Club and Sebastian Johnson and Gregoria Walker in the 6th form boys and Year 11 Girls E187 Sixth Form Boys (PR3-PD) Para and E186 Year 11 Girls (PR3-PD) Para respectively.

You can get full results of all the events the indoor rowing championships website.  

Keeping in touch

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Article author: MyMarlow Admin

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