1st XI Match Off.

We have just been informed the match is OFF due to a frozen pitch. Come on down to support the 2nd XI!

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The Weekend Ahead – 24th/25th February 2018.

The 1st XI are Away to Ashtead FC in the League. Venue: Ashtead Rec Ground, Barnett Wood Lane, Ashtead KT21 2BZ. Kick Off is at 3.00pm.


The 2nd XI are at Home to Selhurst SA FC in the League at Poplar Road. Kick Off is at 2.30pm.

 

The 3rd XI are Away to Wandgas Vets in the League. Venue: Wandgas Sports Club, Grafton Road, Worcester Park Rd, KT4 7JW. Kick Off is at 2.30pm.
The 4th XI have a Weekend Off.

The Sunday Vets details are TBC.

 

 

Best wishes to all of the Ruts teams this coming weekend.

Vets Result – Sunday 18th February 2018

The Vets capped of a weekend of good results for the OR’s, as they overcame Wandgas Vets FC 4 – 1 at Poplar Road. The Ruts goals came courtesy of Derek Blunden (2), Billy Finnis and Duncan Fraser, which capped a fine weekend overall for the latter.

Results Round-Up – Saturday 17th February 2018.

The 1st XI secured a Surrey Intermediate Cup Semi-Final place for only the 3rd time, with a win on penalties over Copthorne FC earlier today. The OR’s last reached the final four in 2007, so it has been a long time coming!

 

The Ruts fell a goal behind in the 1st period and levelled courtesy of a trademark Duncan Fraser Header around the 50 minute mark and the final score at 90 minutes was 1 – 1.

Therefore, without extra time at this stage of the Cup, the penalty shootout then ensued.

 

The Ruts missed their first penalty, before promptly despatching their next 3, thanks to superb finishes from Joe Pratley-Jones , Chris Beard and Dan Lawrence. The Ruts main man of the moment proved to be Adam Seymore who finely saved 2 penalties, which massively contributed to the OR’s 3 – 2 win on penalties. As the Visitors also missed a 3rd penalty, the Ruts victory was secured with a spot kick to spare. Well done to Nick Raggett and the team on their Victory.

 

The 4th XI gained a really decent 3 – 2 win over 2nd placed Lower Green FC, on a pitch which was a total mud-bath in some places and yet fine in other areas.

The Ruts fell a goal behind, before Captain Dean Riordan hit a lovely leveller. The lads dug really deep at times and 2 phenomenal strikes from Sam Colebrook put the Ruts in the driving seat, before the Visitors reduced the arrears with a few minutes to go, although the Ruts rearguard held very firm.

Special mention must be made of Keeper Robert Faulkner who pulled of multiple excellent saves to deny the Visitors.

Best wishes to the Vets and Junior Teams tomorrow.

The Weekend Ahead – 17th/18th February 2018. UPDATED

The 1st XI are at Home to Copthorne FC in the Quarter Final of the Surrey Cup at Poplar Road. Kick Off is at 2.00pm.


The 2nd XI Match is OFF / Postponed AWAY.

The 3rd XI = A weekend off – NO GAME.
The 4th XI are at Home to Lower Green FC in the League at Tudor Drive, Morden SM4 4PN. Kick Off is at 2.00pm.

 

On Sunday the Vets are at Home to Wandgas Vets FC. Kick Off is at 10.30am.

 

Best wishes to all of the Ruts teams this coming weekend.

Results Round Up – Saturday 10th February 2018.

With postponements rife all over the place, the OR’s did well to see all four of their games survive the weather! and on top of that, so nearly secure a clean sweep of victories.

 

The 1st XI secured a 2 – 0 win over Bermondsey Town FC, in what was described as an end to end match. The Ruts top scorer made his mark again as Zak Graham struck a 41st minute free-kick and a cool finish from the edge of the box in the 80th minute to secure all 3 points for the OR’s.

 

The 2nd XI won 3 -2 at Chessington KCFC Res in the Geoff Ellis Premier Cup Rd 2. The Ruts goals came courtesy of Club Captain Kyle Moore, Ollie Hicks and Ben Kennett.

 

The 3rd XI secured themselves a cup semi final slot with a fine 3 – 2 win over Oxted & District Res FC in the Geoff Ellis Intermediate Cup. The Ruts goals came from Darren Bloomfield, Ciaran Moorhouse and a Jon Mapp strike direct from a corner.

 

The 4th XI drew 3 – 3 with NPL’s 4th XI. Jake Lennard put the OR’s ahead midway through the first half before. NPL levelled immediately and the interval arrived level at 1 – 1.

This game also continued ‘end to end’ with Harry Reeder restoring the Ruts lead before NPL levelled. Sam Colebrook then restored the Ruts lead, before NPL gained a share of the spoils by converting from the spot.

 

All in all a decent set of results!

 

Best wishes to the U11’s in their Cup Semi Final tomorrow.