Walton Casuals Football Club has come a very long way in a short space of time and we’re only going to get bigger and better.
Weymouth took all three points at the Hub this afternoon despite a spirited second half performance from the Stags.
We are pleased to confirm our first club night of the year, which will take place at Silvermere Golf Club on Monday 11th March 2019.
This Saturday sees a huge clash at the Xcel Sports Hub for different reasons. The Stags are now looking over our shoulders at the bottom three with recent results having gone against us, while third placed Weymouth look to halt their recent mini-slump and keep up their title challenge. We lost 3-2 late on down at Weymouth in the reverse fixture having come back from 2-0 down, but many Terras fans said that at that point, we were probably the best footballing side that had gone there. So it promises to be a very intriguing clash.
We are pleased to welcome on board Stags HTv as our official video partner.
Last night we got through a tough match against an organised and resilient Chertsey Town side to get through to the semi-finals of the Surrey Senior Cup.
In another positive step for the Academy, we are pleased to announce that The Warehouse Gym have come on board as main academy sponsor.
This evening we take on Chertsey Town, high flyers at the top of the Combined Counties Premier Division and fresh off the back of a great win at the weekend that sent them into the quarter-finals of the FA Vase. It’s another quarter-final tonight as we look to progress in the Surrey Senior Cup, a competition the club is taking very seriously. The gaffer and chairman have provided their programme notes ahead of the game.
The Walton Casuals Academy is led by Kelly-Jade Whelan as Academy Manager with Anthony Gale as head of football coaching. So far this season it has been a huge success, 19 male and female footballers have combined to bring both education and football together in one programme.
Both ladies teams were in fine form yesterday, the reserves beating Hampton & Richmond Borough Reserves 7-0 away and the first team thumping Camden Town ladies 20-0 at Elm Grove Rec to maintain their 100% record this season.
Following on from the defeat to Poole Town in midweek, the gaffer Anthony Gale made it clear that he’d be making changes within the squad and he’s wasted no time in doing just that as we welcome three through the door on a month’s loan.