Match Report – Bournemouth v Cowes Sports

Attendance – 38 The latest adventure for the Yachtsmen took them to Victoria Park home of Bournemouth Poppies who were riding high in the table. Due too road works on the A338 main road into Bournemouth which had up to half an hour delays Cowes Sports asked for a 2.30pm kick off as they hadRead More

Match Report – Bemerton Heath Harlequins v Cowes Sports

Attendance – 48 Cowes Sports travelled to Salisbury looking for revenge for the F A Cup defeat they had suffered at the hands of Bemerton Heath Harlequins back in August. The home side started the match bottom of the table but with a few games in hand. Cowes were without Ashley Brett and Ed Hatt,Read More

Match Report Cowes Sports v Tadley Calleva

Attendance – 134 The Yachtsmen welcomed Tadley Calleva to Westwood Park for the first time in four years after many great games in the First Division. For the first time since becoming Manager, Vic Sanders was able to name his strongest squad. John McKie returned from a hamstring injury, Conor White came back into theRead More

Match Report – Bashley v Cowes Sports

Attendance – 128 Another tough away fixture for the Yachtsmen saw them travel too Bashley FC a side that had lost their previous three games whilst Cowes had been beaten in their last four . Once again the Yachtsmen were decimated with injuries, suspension and unavailability. Callum Chase, Gareth Bricknell, Jack Broomfield, Conor White, althoughRead More

Match Report Cowes Sports v Hamble Club

Attendance – 94 A rare mid week League fixture at Westwood park saw Hamble Club travel to the Island, sitting in fourth place in the table and would surely be a tough test for the Yachtsmen. Only change from Saturdays impressive performance at Sholing was in goal as Ed Hatt replaced the unavailable Ben Gearing.Read More

Match Report Sholing v Cowes Sports

Attendance – 88 One of the toughest fixtures yet for Manager Vic Sanders and his Cowes Sports team as they travelled across the Solent to the Universal Stadium, home of league leaders Sholing who had a 100% record so far this season. Despite their midweek cup defeat The Yachtsmen were in buoyant mood confident theyRead More

Match Report AFC Portchester v Cowes Sports League Cup

Attendance – 75 Vic Sanders and his Cowes Sports side travelled across the Solent to take on AFC Portchester in this Wessex League Cup tie. With keepers Ed Hatt and Ben Gearing unavailable for this trip, veteran keeper coach Dave Thurman stepped into the number one shirt whilst James Wykes returned from suspension, the onlyRead More

Match Report Cowes Sports v Alresford Town

Attendance – 160 Then Yachtsmen entertained Alresford Town for this Wessex League Premier Division match just two weeks after being beaten 6 – 1 by the visitors in the Hampshire Senior Cup tie. Once again Cowes were decimated by injuries, suspension and unavailability. Top scorer and skipper John McKie was sidelined by a hamstring injury,Read More

Match Report – Andover New Street v Cowes Sports

Attendance:- 80 Another away day for the Yachtsmen as they travelled to bottom placed Andover New Street for their latest League fixture. Manager Vic Sanders and his Assistant Steve Mumford were quickly learning the difficulties of Wessex League Management. From last weeks starting line up four players were unavailable for this trip, Ashley Brett, CallumRead More

Match Report – Cowes Sports v Christchurch

Attendance – 124 For the first time since September 8th Cowes Sports played a match in front of their own supporters when they entertained Christchurch at Westwood Park on a very wet day, making the surface very slippery and greasy. The game also marked Vic Sanders first match at home since his appointment. He wasRead More

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