MyMarlow Sports Roundup

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Sports Reporter

Welcome to our latest sports roundup. Until recently MyMarlow was lucky to have the services of Danny Varsalona as our sports reporter. Danny did a great job, and it didn’t take long for him to get a “proper job” reporting for the Maidenhead Advertiser. Not long after, he was scooped up to work for Sky Sports!! This means we have a volunteer vacancy for someone who might be interested in a similar career path .. if so please do GET IN TOUCH!

In the meantime, here is a quick summary of recent results, with victories all round!

Marlow Rugby Club

Marlow 1st XV recorded their 3rd Try Bonus Point Win in a 30-9 result against Stow on the Wold. This means they sit proudly at the top of the Southern Counties North table. There is a detailed report of the match by Andrew Webb here plus some fantastic images of the match – a few of which are shown above.

Marlow Hockey Club

Marlow men’s first team led off their league programme with a home match against Witney, The game was closer than might have been expected but Marlow won 1-0, their goal being scored by James Ward in his last game before moving to Suffolk.

The second team had a very commendable win beating MiltonKeynes2  3 -0 The goalscorers were Dan Field, Mavneet Girn, and Harvey Loretto. Other mens results were:

  • S.Berkshire2 5 Marlow3 3
  • Marlow4 5 OMT3 2
  • Oxford OBU5 4 Marlow5 1
  • Marlow6 1 Aylesbury4 0

Marlow Ladies first team lost 5-2 to Hampstead & Westminster 2s who are likely to be the strongest team in the league this  season as a lot of them were part of the team

that played to get their 1s promoted to the National Premier league last season. So it was a good result and an excellent performance by the Marlow side  Both goals from Jane Smith

  • 2s won 1-0 against South Berks 1s goal scorer Vic Allen
  • 3s drew 2-2 against Oxford 3s goal scorers Levi Rijks and Eleanor Sharpe
  • 4s and 5s did not have a match
  • 6s won 7-1 against Wycombe 6s to keep them top of Div 7 goals from Allie Pennant x 2, Sarah Maddern x 2, Taisa Lane, Emma Kelleway, Krishni Chavda

This was also the first week of action for some of the club’s many junior teams with the highlight being the Girls Under 16s winning 7-0 away at Cambridge City  in the Premier League North


Marlow FC beat Chalfont St Peter 3-2 against on Tuesday 24th Sep. Kelvin Bossman scored Marlow’s first two goals, the first after a penalty just 2 minutes into the match. A Chalfont own goal on 82 minutes sealed the deal for the home team.

Marlow United demolished a youthful Abingdon Town side with a clinical display at the Alfred Davis Ground on Sat 28th, ending the game 5-0 and propelling themselves into second spot in the process, as reported by Bernard Carvell (read full report here). Captain Chris Hurst bagged a hat trick in the process.

Article author: Paul Merchant

About the author: Founded in its original version back in 2000 - yes the internet DID exist back then. Brought up in Marlow, went to school here, now has children at the same schools. Quite clearly loves all things Marlow - hence spending over 2 decades doing this!

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