Aldershot Town (1) – QPR X1 (0)

EBB Stadium: Tuesday 24th July 2012 Attendance: 851 Rangers fielded a side that was a mixture of last year’s successful U18 side and experienced 1st team players. They lined up in a fluid formation of; Lennox in goal, defenders Simmonds, Brown, Parmenter, Sharif; midfield of Andrade, Sutherland, Smith and Campbell; with Hitchcock just behind Hulse Continue reading

Woking (1) – QPR X1 (2)

Team: Lennox, Monthe, Simmonds, Albert, Brown, Parmenter, Sharif, Hitchcock, Hulse, Garcia, Andrade. Attendance: 739 Rangers had won the previous encounter 4-3 on 3rd August 2011. My previous trip to the Kingfield Stadium had been for a Reserve fixture with Roger Stokes about 6 years ago. It was a hot, humid afternoon, but it managed to Continue reading

Season Review – March 2012

March opened with a home game against Everton on Saturday 3rd. A 1-1 draw stopped the rot (having lost 3 on the spin last month) but did not improve our league position. Everton took the lead after sloppy play from Adel Taarabt, just inside our half, had resulted in him easily losing the ball to Continue reading

QPR v Blackburn Rovers – The 1912 Kinnaird Shield Match in Aid of the Titanic Disaster Fund

Team: Shaw, MacDonald, Pullen, Whyman, Mitchell, Wake, Smith (A.R.), Revill, McKie, Thornton, Barnes As Southern League champions again in 1912, Rangers were invited to play in another Charity Shield match. This time they met the Football League champions Blackburn Rovers at White Hart Lane on 4th May, 1912. The match was played in continuous rain Continue reading

Special Screening of ‘Quadrophenia’ on 28th July at the Portobello Pop-Up Cinema in Aid of the Campaign to Save Cooke’s Pie & Mash Shop

Following Mr Justice Wilkie’s ruling against the local authority at the Royal Courts of Justice in May, last month Hammersmith and Fulham Council hit back by issuing compulsory purchase order notifications to the Goldhawk Road traders. This now means that the case goes before the Secretary of State via various stages including a Public Inquiry. Continue reading