1983-84

Season 

Season 83-84 was our 5th season in the London Spartan League Premier Division and a campaign that promised so much.   Ex Spurs Player Dennis Bond was the Manager.

Committee

Chairman : John King
Secretary : John May

Competitions

London Spartan League Premier Division : 5th

London Spartan League Cup :

2nd Round
Saturday 10th December 1983
Royal Arsenal V Waltham Abbey 1-2
Scorers : Boughey, Clibbens
Attendance : 15

3rd Round
Saturday 14th January 1984
Waltham Abbey V Collier Row 1-2 AET
Scorer : Skelton
Attendance : 60

Essex Senior Trophy

1st Round
Saturday 27th August 1983
Waltham Abbey V Brentwood Town 0-2
Attendance : Unknown

London Spartan League Premier Division 

1 Collier Row 28 21 4 3 66 26 46
2 Malden Vale 28 21 1 6 80 25 43
3 Brimsdown Rovers 28 18 7 3 63 22 43
4 Bracknell Town 28 17 3 8 69 43 37
5 Waltham Abbey 28 14 8 6 52 26 36
6 Beaconsfield United 28 12 9 7 39 29 33
7 Beckton United 28 14 4 10 46 36 32
8 Greenwich Borough 28 14 2 12 58 50 30
9 Swanley Town 28 12 5 11 45 37 29
10 Merstham 28 9 9 10 42 45 27
11 Amersham Town 28 4 10 14 31 66 18
12 Byng Road Old Boys (Barnet) 28 5 6 17 34 66 16
13 Highfield 28 4 4 20 34 77 12
14 Chingford 28 5 2 21 29 78 12
15 Ambrose Fleming 28 2 2 24 16 78 6

Appearances 1983-84

Billy Morgan 31
Johnny Neil 31
Chris Brooks 29
Larry Deverson 28
Paul Hodges 28
Colin Winter 27
Mickey Hollister 25
Sammy Salomone 24
Keith Fletcher 20
Les Boughey 19
Andy Hart 15
Kevin Clibbens 15
John Hodges 14
Gavin Sheffield 12
Kenny Eldridge 10
Tony Burbridge 9
Kevin Lemoucheux 7
Ray Skelton 6
Jeff Pierce 5
Lawrence Parnham 5
Dennis Bond 4
Mickey Wake 4
Paddy Johnson 3
Dave Blackman 1
Kevin May 1
Mark Louth 1
Steve Letch 1
Does not include Essex Senior Trophy Game, (Unknown at this time)

Goalscorers 

Chris Brooks 14
Larry Deverson 7
Kevin Clibbens 4
Billy Morgan 4
Colin Winter 4
Andy Hart 3
John Hodges 3
Kevin Lemoucheux 3
Les Boughey 2
Sammy Salomone 2
Ray Skelton 2
Tony Burbridge 1
Paul Hodges 1
Keith Fletcher 1
Mark Louth 1
Mickey wake 1
Own Goals 1
Total 54

Sunday Football

This season we ran 2 Sunday teams.  The 1st team won the league and cup double, while the reserves also won their league.

Tony Hodges was Manager of the 1st team and the late Steve Woodward ran the reserves.  Both pictured with the trophies at the presentation night.