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1908-09 South Eastern League (Division One)

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CROYDON COMMON
Croydon Commom Athletics Ground
1 - 1 (Frost)
2 September 1908

Clark

Shreeve

Harwood

Allison

Young

Tirrell

Frost

Shea

Miller

Waggott

Lee

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BRIGHTON & HOVE ALBION Reserves
Upton Park
2 - 1 (Miller, Waggott)
5 September 1908

Clark

Shreeve

Harwood

Randall

Young

Tirrell

Frost

Shea

Miller

Waggott

Lee

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CRYSTAL PALACE Reserves
Crystal Palace
1 - 2 (Unknown)
12 September 1908

Clark

Shreeve

Bourne

Randall

Young

Tirrell

Ashton

Brown

Miller

Burton

Lee

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LEYTON Reserves
Hare & Hounds
1 - 0 (Young [pen]
14 September 1908

Line-up Unknown

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LUTON TOWN Reserves
Kenilworth Road
2 - 1 Miller 2)
26 September 1908

Line-up Unknown

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SWINDON TOWN Reserves
Upton Park
4 - 0 (Dyaer 2 [1 pen], Miller 2)
3 October 1908

Clark

Shreeve

Hammond

Allison

Chalkley

Randall

Frost

Dyer

Miller

Brown

Lee

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PORTSMOUTH Reserves
Fratton Park
2 - 1 Miller, Randall)
10 October 1908

Clark

Young

Hammond

Yenson

Chalkley

Randall

Frost

Dyer

Miller

Burton

Lee

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SOUTHEND UNITED Reserves
Upton Park
2 - 1 (Waggott 2)
17 October 1908

Clark

Hammond

Bourne

Allison

Chalkley

Randall

Grassam

Brown

Dyer

Waggott

Lee

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CHELSEA Reserves
Upton Park
5 - 2 (Grassam 4, Waggott)
19 October 1908

Clark

Shreeve

Hammond

Allison

Chalkley

Randall

Frost

Grassam

Miller

Waggott

Lee

William Grassam recently returned to training following an attack of pleurisy, scored 3 goals in 15 minutes and four in the match against Chelsea, Waggott got the other in the 5-2 victory.

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QUEENS PARK Rangers Reserves
Park Royal Ground
2 - 1 (Unknown)
24 October 1908

Line-up Uknown

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LEYTON Reserves
Upton park
1 - 0 (Chalkley)
26 October 1908

Dawson

Young

Harwood

Yenson

Chalkley

Randall

Dyer

Burton

Miller

Brown

Lee

Chalkley the Hammers centre-half scored in the first minute to record the only goal of the game.

SITTINGBOURNE
Upton Park
1 - 0 (Yenson)
31 October 1908

Clark

Hammond

Harwood

Allison

Chalkley

Bourne

Ashton

Dyer

Yenson

Burton

Lee

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TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR Reserves
Upton Park
0 - 0
14 November 1908

Clark

Hammond

Bourne

Allison

Chalkley

Tirrell

Dyer

Burton

Miller

Brown

Lee

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MAIDSTONE UNITED
Athletic Ground
2 - 1 ([og] 2)
21 November 1908

Line-up Unknown

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NORWICH CITY Reserves
Upton Park
2 - 0 (Brown, Shea)
12 December 1908

Clark

Hammond

Bourne

Allison

Chalkley

Randall

Yenson

Shea

Miller

Brown

Lee

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SITTINGBOURNE
The Bull Ground
4 - 1 (Waggott 2, Frost, Miller)
25 December 1908

Line-up Unknown

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MAIDSTONE UNITED
Upton Park
6 - 0 (Miler 4, Brown 2)
28 December 1908

Clark

Shreeve

Harwood

Allison

Stapley W.

Randall

Ashton

Dyer

Miller

Brown

Lee

Maidstone played with only 9 men for the last 30 minutes.

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BRIGHTON & HOVE ALBION Reserves
Goldstone Ground
2 - 0 Ashton, Miller)
2 January 1909

Line-up Unknown

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CRYSTAL PALACE Reserves
Upton Park
3 - 0 (Ashton, Brown, Foster)
9 January 1909

Clark

Hammond

Bourne

Allison

Jarvis

Randall

Ashton

Grassam

Foster

Brown

Lee

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WOOLWICH ARSENAL Reserves
Manor Ground
4 - 1 (Foster 2, Ashton, Grassam)
11 January 1909

Clark

Shreeve

Piercy

Allison

Dyer

Randall

Ashton

Grassam

Foster

Brown

Lee

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HASTINGS & ST LEONARDS UNITED
The Sports Ground
1 - 4 (Foster)
27 January 1909

Line-up Unknown

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LUTON TOWN Reserves
Upton Park
4 - 0 (Unknown)
30 January 1909

Line-up Unknown

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SWINDON TOWN Reserves
County Ground
1 - 1 (Dyer)
6 February 1909

Clark

Gault

Hammond

Allison

Grassam

Randall

Ashton

Dyer

Webb

Brown

Lee

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PORTSMOUTH Reserves
Upton Park
4 - 0 (Unknown)
13 February 1909

Line-up Unknown

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CLAPTON ORIENT Reserves
Upton Park
1 - 2 (Webb)
15 February 1909

Clark

Gault

Harwood

Allison

Chalkley

Randall

Dyer

Foster

Webb

Grassam

Brown

Clapton Orient have lost only two of their last 20 South Eastern League games. This was West Ham Reserves first home defeat of the season.
Candy for Orient made it 1-0, Webb equalised for 1-1. Gault diverted a shot from Shaw into his own goal for 2-1 to Clapton Orient.

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WOOLWICH ARSENAL Reserves
Upton Park
3 - 1 (Cole 2, Chalkley)
22 Febraury 1909

Clark

Gault

Harwood

Allison

Chalkley

Tirrell

Frost

Dyer

Foster

Cole J.

Brown

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QUEENS PARK RANGERS Reserves
Upton Park
2 - 1 (Allison, Webb)
27 Febraury 1909

Dawson

Piercy

Bourne

Allison

Chalkley

Tirrell

Frost

Grassam

Webb

Waggott

Brown

Frank Piercy's first game for 2 months and he stood the test well. Allison 1-0 after 10 minutes, Bourne missed a penalty, Chalkley missed a 'pen', Webb had a goal disallowed then made it 2-0. Johnson scored for QPR, final result 2-1.

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CLAPTON ORIENT Reserves
Millfields
0 - 0
1 March 1909

Line-up Unknown

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FULHAM Reserves
Upton Park
1 - 3 (Unknown)
10 March 1909

Dawson

Gault

Harwood

Allison

Chalkley

Tirrell

Frost

Grassam

Miller

Brown

Lee

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HASTINGS & ST LEONARDS UNITED
Upton Park
0 - 1
15 March 1909

Line-up Unknown

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SOUTHEND UNITED Reserves
Roots Hall
3 - 2 (Waggott 2, Hawkins)
20 March 1909

Clark

Hammond

Bourne

Jarvis

Chalkley

Tirrell

Frost

Grassam

Hawkins

Waggott

Brown

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CROYDON COMMON
Upton park
9 - 3 (Webb 3, Waggott 3, Chalkley, Clark [pen], Frost)
25 March 1909

Clark

Hammond

Bourne

Jarvis

Chalkley

Tirrell

Frost

Burton

Webb

Waggott

Brown

Because of having to compete in a Western League match at Crystal Palace (which they won 1-0) Croydon were only able to send an XI that usually competes in the Second Division of the South Eastern League.
Clark scored a first minute penalty for Hammers. Webb 2-0, Frost 3-0, Waggott 4-0, Bentall 4-1, Meston of Croydon had to retire when he injured his arm. Waggott beat Furr and it stayed 5-1 to half time.
Waggott 6-1 and Webb 7-1 from a corner by Brown.
Bentall 7-2, Webb and Chalkley 8-2 and 9-2 then Bentall completed his hat=trick 9-3. Bentall is a Sailor who played for the Royal Navy.

FULHAM Reserves
Upton Park
2 - 2 (Waggott, Webb)
29 March 1909

Clark

Hammond

Harwood

Allison

Chalkley

Tirrell

Frost

Burton

Webb

Waggott

Brown

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TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR Reserves
White Hart Lane
1 - 1 (Webb)
3 April 1909

Clark

Hammond

Bourne

Jarvis

Dyer

Tirrell

Lee

Burton

Webb

Waggott

Brown

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TUNBRIDGE WELLS RANGERS
Upton Park
4 - 1 (Brown, Chalkley, Grassam, Miller)
12 April 1909

Clark

Hammond

Bourne

Jarvis

Chalkley

Tirrell

Lee

Grassam

Miller

Waggott

Brown

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NORWICH CITY Reserves
The Nest
2 - 2 (Brown, Grassam)
17 April 1909

Clark

Gault

Harwood

Jarvis

Dyer

Tirrell

Lee

Grassam

Miller

Waggott

Brown

Brown put West Ham ahead then City scored twice before Grassam levelled.

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CHELSEA Reserves
Stamford Bridge
1 - 6 (Miller)
22 April 1909

Clark

Gault

Harwood

Jarvis

Dyer

Tirrell

Lee

Grassam

Miller

Waggott

Brown

Bridgeman and Dolby gave Chelsea a two goal half-time lead. Dolby had previously missed a penalty. Bridgeman added four second half goals to bring his personal tally to 5 against his old club. Miller got the visitors goal.

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TUNBRIDGE WELLS RANGERS
Culverden Stadium
2 - 3 (Unknown)
28 April 1909

Clark

Gault

Chalkley

Allison

Jarvis

Tirrell

Frost

Burton

Costello

Waggott

Lee

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