Month: September 2016

Best of luck to Port’s captain Ryan Oatley

Newport’s captain Ryan Oatley has left the club having transferred to Blackfield & Langley FC.

Ryan completed his move today (30th) to Blackfield & Langley who currently sit second in the Sydenhams Wessex Football League Premier Division.

Ryan has been a key player for Newport over the years having come through from Newport’s youth section into the senior squad. The outstanding leader and strong defender will be missed within the team as they travel to Verwood Town FC on Saturday 1st Oct.

Andy Sampson will now have to appoint a new captain, who might Andy’s choice be to continue leading The Port for the rest of the season?

Newport IW FC would like to thank Ryan for all his hard work, leadership and commitment to the club. We wish him well and the best of luck at Blackfield & Langley FC.

 

 

Moneyfields Match Report

The top teams seems to get all the luck…………….

Newport were held to a 2-2 draw against league leaders Moneyfields as the Portsmouth side escaped with a 98th minute equaliser.

Moneyfields made the better start and Connor Bailey should have done better but sliced his shot over the bar from a Hutchings cross on 13 minutes.

The visitors went closer on 23 minutes but Nathan Paxton’s header from a free kick crashed against the bar. Moneyfields were having much the better of things and Gary Streeter was called upon to make several smart saves.

On 33 minutes Mark Taylor received a yellow card for scything down Nathan Paxton. Within 2 minutes Moneyfields had taken the lead when Gary Austin broke clear , rounded Gary Streeter and managed to squeeze the ball between two defenders who had got back on the line.

Newport had their best chance just before half time when a Younie cross was deflected just out of the reach of Darren Powell and went out for a corner.

HALF TIME Newport 0 Moneyfields 1

Newport started much brighter in the second half and soon had Moneyfields on the back foot.

On 51 minutes the Port equalised direct from a Josh Younie free kick just outside the box, the ball cannoning in off the post. Gary Streeter was soon back in action pulling off two smart saved in quick succession.

The Port soon pressed forward again and for a spell were camped around the Moneyfields area. It was only a matter of time before they conceded a foul and on 76 minutes the referee awarded Newport a penalty. Connor Kelly took the spot kick, scoring even though keeper Short got a hand to it.

The game turned scrappy and a succession of yellow cards were issued. On 89 minutes Steve Hutchings was shown a second yellow and consequently a red. Two minutes later Mark Taylor was shown a second yellow and a red and it was 10 a side.

Injury time seemed to draw on and on and on 98 minutes a shot from the edge of the box evaded Gary Streeter and allowed Moneyfields to escape with a point.

Attendance 78.

Newport: Streeter, West, Oatley, Pearce, McDonough, Taylor, Powell, Bennett, Younie, Kelly, Butcher. Subs: Wade, K Sainsbury, Burton, A Sainsbury, Newbold.

Moneyfields: Short, Martin, Tigwell, Pitman, Shepherd, Hayes, Bailey, Raine, Austin, Hutchings, Paxton. Subs: Harris, Harding, Bentock, Spurway, Johnson.

Brougham leaves The Port for Vic’s


Assistant 1st team manager Steve Brougham has left Newport IW FC at the conclusion of the game on Tuesday evening (27th) against Moneyfields.

Steve Brougham has been part of the club for many years and was the 1st team manager of Newport prior to Andy Sampson being appointed.

Steve will take his managerial career to its next chapter having been appointed as the 1st team manager for East Cowes Victoria AFC replacing Luke Kerr.

East Cowes Vic’s currently sit bottom of the Sydenhams Wessex Football League Division One.

Newport IW FC would like to thank Steve for all his commitment, hard work and support he has given to the club over the years. We wish him all the best in his new managerial role.

The Port face another challenge with the current league leaders

Moneyfields who have taken the lead in the Sydenham’s Wessex League Premier Division will descend on St Georges Park on Tuesday 27th September to take on Newpoort IW FC, 7:30pm kick off.

This will no doubt be a test for The Port as they face yet another top side in the league within a space of two weeks.

Andy Sampson will be without injured Aiden Sainsbury, Tom Mciness and Liam Newbold so will be looking to bring in some fresh faces to strengthen his squad.

Come and support Andy and his team in what will be an evening of Wessex League talent.

You can follow the game live on Twitter @Newport_iwfc

Full match report will follow on our homepage……..just select this game from our results column.

St Georges Park will celebrate Isle of Wight Day

St Georges Park will host one of the Island’s biggest events for the first ever Isle of Wight Day on Saturday 24th September. Newport IW FC are proud to support and celebrate the day which has been introduced by the Islands High Sheriff Robin Courage MBE.

The day will commence at 12pm with the main car park filled with Island business stalls and a variety of entertainment activities for all.

The clubhouse bar will be open all day for drinks so you can take in all the fun whilst enjoying a cold refreshing drink outside as you walk around. The club’s snack shack will also be open in the main car park for a variety of hot food and drinks.

Newport IW FC Reserves will then be on show within the main pitch area against Tadley Calleva in the Wyvern Combination League East. The main gates will be open from 2:30pm with the kick off at 3pm. Come and support your local Island team in what will be a spectacular game with our very own Isle of Wight talented footballers on show. Entry into the ground will be £2 for adults and £1 for children.

From 5pm the evening entertainment will commence within the main ground. Live music from local bands and our very own Derek Sandy will liven up the atmosphere for an evening full of entertainment. There will also be a variety of other displays on the main pitch area throughout the evening.

During the evening the main carnival parade which sets off within Newport Town at 5:30pm will come a conclusion at Newport Football Club around 6:30 to 7pm so you’ll already be at a perfect location to see the end of the carnival parade along St Georges Way.

The clubhouse bar and snack shack will be open throughout the whole evenings entertainment in what will be a spectacular end to the Isle of Wight Day celebrations.

Come and enjoy the fun filled day at Newport IW FC from 12pm to celebrate Isle of Wight Day.

Sad news for Newport IW FC

Newport IW Football Club are saddened to announce that our President Keith Lacey has passed away. Our condolences are with wife Pat and the family at this time.

A minute silence will be held at Newport’s home game tomorrow evening (Tues 20th Sept) against AFC Totton, 7:45pm KO.

The club will ensure that further details are released upon receipt of any further information.

Blackfield & Langley – Match Report

St Georges Park welcome’s Southern League side AFC Totton

The Port come up against Southern League side AFC Totton in the Hampshire Senior Cup at St Georges Park on Tuesday 20th September, 7:45pm KO.

This will again be a test for Andy Sampson’s team facing “The Stags” although AFC Totton will arrive at St Georges Park having only won 1 and drawn 1 in their last 7 games. Newport will go into the game with the least amount of goals conceded so far this season in the Sydenham’s Wessex League Premier Division.

The Port will be without Aiden Sainsbury having picked up an injury from Saturday’s game but if the lads can carry on where their left off from the weekends game against Blackfield & Langley FC then Newport will no doubt test an experienced Totton side.

Come and watch a great cup tie on Tuesday evening (20th), gates open at 7pm. The clubhouse bar will be open from 6:30pm with happy hour starting at 6:45pm. The snack shack will also be open for drinks and hot food.

You can follow the game live on Twitter @newport_iwfc

Come on The Port!!!

 

The Port face league leaders Blackfield & Langley

After a short break from football Andy Sampson and his team today (17th) travel away to face league leaders Blackfield & Langley FC.

This will no doubt be a tough encounter for Andy’s team. With the talent and a good performance from The Port today could see the leaders shaken and unsettled as they go into this game having Played 7, Won 7.

The Port will be looking to continue on from last season’s 3:1 home victory against “The Watersiders” to earn a valuable 3 points and progression up the league table.

Follow the game live on Twitter @newport_iwfc

Update: The Port battled strongly today against “The Watersiders” picking up a thoroughly deserved  point with the game finishing Blackfield & Langley FC 1 : 1 Newport IW FC. UTP!!!

You can find the full match report by selecting this game on our home page.