Brentwood Town Youth season 2016/17

We are currently seeking players in all positions to join our existing squads in preparation for next season. if you would like to join us for some training sessions with a view to trialling at a later date, please contact us at the email address below for the relevant age group with a brief history of your playing career along with your age and preferred position.

Brentwood Town’s youth policy provides a path of progression from youth to senior first team football in the Ryman League with nine current first team players having played for Brentwood Town Youth. You will be coached by a UEFA ‘A’ licence coach.

U13 - Current year 7 - steveportway@me.com

U14 - current year 8 - gtamplin@agpsteel.com

U15 - current year 9 - schaferd4@googlemail.com

U16 - current year 10 - bengoodall@btinternet.com

U17 - current year 11 - nickhollamby@talktalk.net

U18 - current year 11 + 12 - brentwoodtownu17@gmail.com

U21 - current year 11 upwards - brentwoodtownyouth@aol.com

Brentwood Town depart from Ryman Premier with 3-0 defeat to Farnborough

Saturday 23rd April
RYMAN PREMIER DIVISION
FARNBOROUGH 3 – 0 BRENTWOOD TOWN
By Martin Voller

Brentwood Town’s year-long stay in the Ryman Premier Division came to a disappointing end with a 3-0 defeat to Farnborough at The Rushmoor Community Stadium.

Read more: Brentwood Town depart from Ryman Premier with 3-0 defeat to Farnborough

BOGNOR REGIS TOWN 3 – 1 BRENTWOOD TOWN

Tuesday 19th April
RYMAN PREMIER DIVISION

Already-relegated Brentwood made their longest trip of the league season on Tuesday night and made promotion-chasing Bognor Regis Town work hard for a win that kept alive the home side’s championship hopes.  

Brentwood had some good chances in the first half but pressure from The Rocks saw them take a 13th minute lead through Jason Prior and they increased the lead two minutes into the second half with a goal by Connor Tighe.

 

Some good saves by Ollie Bowles kept Brentwood in the game and at the start of stoppage time they pulled a goal back when Ryan O’Rawe tapped in Andy Freeman’s cross. In a frantic finish, Bognor grabbed a third goal through Snorre Nilsen. 

 

1st Team Player of the Season Awards

After Saturday's final home match of the season the 1st team end of season awards were made in the clubhouse. Mike Flanagan's Manager's award went to Tom Richardson:

The Young Player award and the Players' Player of the season both went to Andy Freeman:

Brentwood Town relegated after Met Police draw

Saturday 16th April
RYMAN PREMIER DIVISION
BRENTWOOD TOWN 2 – 2 MET POLICE
By Martin Voller

Brentwood Town’s relegation from the Ryman Premier Division was confirmed after they drew 2-2 with Met Police at The Arena.

Photos by David Tinkler

Click here for full picture gallery of the match

Read more: Brentwood Town relegated after Met Police draw

Blues defeat leaves them almost certain to finish in bottom four

Tuesday 12th April
RYMAN PREMIER DIVISION
BRENTWOOD TOWN 1 - 2 DULWICH HAMLET
By Chris Hood (Phoenix FM) with additional reporting by Scott Waple

Both teams came into this game at the Arena on Tuesday night on the lookout for three points, but for very different reasons. Dulwich hoped to move closer to a playoff place, while Brentwood were hoping to keep their slim hopes of survival alive. However, the match couldn’t have started much worse for the hosts as, a minute into the match, Dulwich earned a corner which Brentwood captain Martyn Stokes put past Ollie Bowles to give the visitors a 1-0 lead.

Phoenix FM

Read more: Blues defeat leaves them almost certain to finish in bottom four