28th April 1965: QPR (2) – Tottenham Hotspur (2) – Rangers joint Winners of the Southern Junior Floodlight Cup

Team: Brooks, Blake, Finch, Hazell, Moughton, Sibley, Morgan (I), Parker, Leach, Adams, Morgan (R) Attendance: 1,339 Rangers had started this 1964/65 cup campaign with a 4-0 home win over Reading, followed by a 4-2 victory against Luton Town and reached the final after knocking out Fulham. The young R’s were then set to face Tottenham Continue reading

QPR U18 (2) – Colchester United U18 (0) – Welcome back Paul Furlong

Professional Development League 2 Team: Dickinson, Williams-Lowe, Woollard-Innocent, Mesias, Drewe, Gubbins, Brooks, Remy, Platt, Bansal-McNulty, Francis-Adeyinka Sub Not Used: Bowman I missed the first-half mainly due to big problems on the Piccadilly Line. Anyway, ChrisPTenner kindly handed me a team sheet upon my arrival and informed me that the R’s were two up. Shiloh Remy Continue reading

QPR U18 (1) – Crystal Palace U18 (2)

Team: Bowman, Disubi, Woollard-Innocent, Mahorn, Gubbins, Bettache, Kifwasima, Dauti (Francis-Adeyinka), Bansal-McNulty (Mesias), Ribeiro (Grant), Platt Sub Not Used: Dickinson Courtney Watson gave the visitors the lead on a damp, overcast morning at Heston after 4 minutes. His looping shot curled just over Myles Bowman and under the crossbar. A Palace cross, knocked over from the Continue reading

QPR U18 (4) – Yeovil Town U18 (0)

Team: 1st half – White (Bowman), not known, Kaiser, not known, Genovesi, Messais, Dauti, Remy, Francis-Adeyinka (trialist), Kendal, not known (Miller) Team: 2nd half – Bowman (Dickinson), Disubi, Orafu, Noel-McCloud, Woodward-Innocent, Kirwasina, Robeiro, Bettache, Lucas (trialist), Platt, Miller (Bansal-McNulty) I bumped into Keith Davies at Acton Town Station and we went on to Hounslow East Continue reading

QPR U18 (1) – Huddersfield Town U18 (2)

U18 Professional Development League 2 Team: Dickinson, Springer-Downes, Antwi, Orafu, Noel-McLeod, Gubbins, Goather-Braithwaite, Akinola, Francis-Adeyinka, Dauti, Ribeiro This final league game of a disappointing season, kicked off at Harlington in splendid sunshine at the slightly earlier time of 10.30am. Romeo Akinola captained the Rangers side and Tyla Dickinson had to replace Myles Bowman in goal. Continue reading