Rayleigh Boys Youth FC

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Rayleigh Boys Youth FC
Present the
U18 B Team
The U18 B Team so far………
Following 2008’s season the lads left school and started
college and work. The original team split with players
leaving to pastures new. Some of the original players,
Ryan and Sam had received awards for their long standing
service and commitment. Two seasons ago Luke Vincent,
Matt Taylor and Jared Sims joined the team.
This years new players joining include Tom Lambert,
Josh Mann, Mike Wright, Cullen Chitty, Will Cooper
and Bobby. Paul Sims (Coach) and Steve Taylor
(Manager) are also new to their roles.
Together we are Rayleigh FC.
The Team Sponsor
BASF is the world's leading chemical company.
We offer intelligent system solutions and
sophisticated products to most industries.
Rayleigh Under 18’s would like to thank BASF for
their support and commitment this season.
Our Supporters
We would like to say a big thank you to all the
mum’s, dad’s, uncles, aunts, grandma’s and
granddad’s that come each week and support
the team. All the washing and behind the scenes
work, your encouraging presence and support
means a lot to us. Thank you!
Who are we?
Luke Vincent
The Goalie
Luke wears the No. 1 shirt and we
believe he is a number one goalie.
Saving the team when needed and
showing a real commitment and
determination, Luke Vincent is a legend.
Who are we?
Will Cooper
Right Back
Will Cooper has joined the team this
season and has already shown himself to
be a valuable asset. His personal
development has been extraordinary and
we proud to have such progressive players
in our team. Welcome to Rayleigh Will!
Who are we?
Ryan Haywood
Centre Back/
Left Midfielder
Ryan Haywood is a seasoned player and
one of the original team members. He is
known for his strong tackles and
determination.
Who are we?
Bobby Jacobs
Centre Back
Bobby is new of our new players and is a
welcomed team player. We look forward
to how Bobby performs this season with
Rayleigh Boys U18’s. A warm welcome to
Rayleigh Bobby!
Who are we?
Mike Wright
Left Back
Mike Wright is also one of our new
players to the team. Mike works with
Barristers in London and we recognise
Mike as a law abiding footballer.
Welcome to Rayleigh Mike!
Who are we?
Cullen Chitty
Midfield Forward
Cullen Chitty is a seasoned player for
Rayleigh Boys and we are pleased to have
Cullen in the B team this year. Cullen is
known for his speed. So catch him if you
can at one of our matches! Welcome to
Rayleigh B Cullen.
Who are we?
Tom Lambert
Midfield
Tom Lambert is one of the new players
joining us this season and we welcome
him to the side. We look forward to Tom
making a difference to the side this year.
Welcome on board Tom!
Who are we?
Jared Sims
Centre Midfield/
Captain
Jared Sims is a seasoned player and is
the team captain. Jared is a
determined and committed player.
We look forward to Jared leading the
team to success this year!
Who are we?
Sam Taylor
Left Midfield/
Forward
Sam Taylor is one of the original players
for Rayleigh. Sam is a left-footer with a
deadly finish. Sam also trains and
competes in karate and as you can guess we never argue with Sam.
Who are we?
Matt Taylor
Centre Forward
Matt Taylor is a seasoned player and a
prolific goal scorer. We look forward to
seeing Matt score more goals this season
along with the support of the team.
Who are we?
Josh Mann
Midfield/
Forward
Josh Mann has come to join Rayleigh B
and we look forward to his tenacious
play and determination to win.
Welcome to Rayleigh B Josh.
We are The Team
We listen, to each other. We work,
for each other. We play, together.
We never give up!
The season so far…….
Rayleigh B have been denied the league for the last
2 seasons. The beginning of the season saw us lose
many original players. We were playing matches
with only 9 men until the end of November.
However, with only 9 players Rayleigh have lost
some games . However we did beat FC Dedman 4-2
with 9 men and likewise drew with Canvey Island
3-3. We now have 11 players (no subs) but this side
shows 100% commitment. They never give up and
with such determination and drive, Rayleigh should
get some results this season. Come on Rayleigh!
First Game of the season
18.10.09
Shore Athletic 4 Rayleigh 3
This was an unfortunate loss,
however the boys did battle with 10
men. A crucial penalty made it
difficult to catch up and time ran out.
We hope to do better with a full
squad at our home game.
Second game of the season
18.10.09
Wickford Town 5 Rayleigh 3
This was an unfortunate loss with the
9 men. We hope to do better with a
full squad away later on this season.
Cup Game 3rd game of the season
27.10.09
FC Dedman 2 Rayleigh 4
This was a breath taking game. With 30
minutes of the second half left Rayleigh lost
their player captain and was down to 9 men.
The boys held on to finish the game 2-2.
They played an additional 30 minutes extra
time and held the game. They won on
penalties 4-2. A well deserved score which
shows what the lads are made of. Sheer
determination and team spirit!
4th Game of the season
08.11.09
Ashingdon Youth 9 Rayleigh 0
The results did not really show the efforts
during this game. 9 men against 11 proved
difficult against Ashingdon, who score most of
their goals as headers from corners. We look
forward to meeting Ashingdon with 11 men on
29th November in a cup game. Look out for this
result as it should prove a different game.
5th Game of the season
15.11.09
Canvey Island 3 Rayleigh 3
This was another win for us. The game was a draw,
through battling tooth a nail. The equalising goal was
scored in the dying minute by Tom Lambert. 9 men
against 11 again. Everyone was run ragged, but they
thoroughly deserved the result. We look forward
playing Canvey with 11 men and taking away a result
next time!
6th Game of the season
22.11.09
Catholic United 8 Rayleigh 1
This was a tough game and Catholic played
well. Again with 9 men it was going to be
another hard game and the players were
suffering from fatigue and an uphill struggle.
We take the result gracefully and look forward
playing Catholic with 11 men and a result next
time!
7th Game of the season
Cup Match
28.11.09
Ashingdon Athletic Rayleigh
This was a reunion to test our confidence and
self belief. This time we had 11 men (no subs)
but were positive about getting a result this
time. And we did 1-1, however the referee
called stop to the game due to adverse
weather. A rematch is being drawn up.

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