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Match Reports - 2011/2012

2011/2012

Home League Games:
Eastleigh 1-1 Chelmsford City - 21/04/2012
Eastleigh 0-1 Dorchester Town - 06/04/2012

Eastleigh 2-1 Eastbourne Borough - 31/03/2012 - (Gary Elphick, Tom Jordan)

Eastleigh 1-2 Tonbridge Angels - 20/03/2012 - (Bradley Bubb)

Eastleigh 2-3 Dover Athletic - 17/03/2012 - (Chris Flood, Lee Peacock)

Eastleigh 0-1 Farnborough - 03/03/2012

Eastleigh 3-1 Truro City - 25/02/2012 - (Bradley Bubb 2, Jamie Brown)

Eastleigh 3-2 Havant & Waterlooville - 07/02/2012 - (Daryl McMahon, Damian Scannell, Bradley Bubb)

Eastleigh 4-0 Sutton United - 28/01/2012 - (Bradley Bubb 3, Damian Scannell)

Eastleigh 1-1 Salisbury City - 24/01/2012 - (Graeme Montgomery)

Eastleigh 2-0 Boreham Wood - 17/12/2011 - (Jamie Slabber, Damian Scannell)

Eastleigh 3-2 Thurrock - 10/12/2011 - (Graeme Montgomery, Billy Tsovolos, Jamie Brown)

Eastleigh 2-2 Dartford - 19/11/2011 - (Danny Smith, Tom Jordan)

Eastleigh 4-1 Maidenhead United - 05/11/2011 - (Jamie Slabber 2, Graeme Montgomery, Chris Flood)
Eastleigh 3-0 Welling United - 22/10/2011 - (Michael Green, Richard Gillespie, Graeme Montgomery)

Eastleigh 2-1 Staines Town - 24/09/2011 - (Jamie Slabber, Jamie Brown)

Eastleigh 1-1 Hampton & Richmond Borough - 17/09/2011 - (Jamie Slabber)

Eastleigh 0-2 Bromley - 03/09/2011

Eastleigh 2-1 Weston-super-Mare - 29/08/2011 - (Jordace Holder-Spooner, Jamie Slabber)

Eastleigh 0-0 Woking - 23/08/2011

Eastleigh 0-2 Basingstoke Town - 13/08/2011

Eastbourne Borough 3-0 Eastleigh - 08/10/2011
Sutton United 2-0 Eastleigh - 20/09/2011

Dartford 3-0 Eastleigh - 10/09/2011

Dorchester Town 1-3 Eastleigh - 26/08/2011 (Jordace Holder-Spooner, Andrew White 2)

Tonbridge Angels 4-0 Eastleigh - 20/08/2011

Truro City 2-1 Eastleigh - 16/08/2011 - (Andrew White)

Cup Games
Eastleigh 2-0 AFC Totton - 16/05/2012 - (Chris Flood, Mitchell Nelson) - Hants Senior Cup Final
Winchester City 0-1 Eastleigh - 14/03/2012 - (Jamie Slabber) - Hants Senior Cup Semi Final

Eastleigh 3-2 Romsey Town - 17/01/2012 - (Chris Flood, Jamie Brown, Mitchell Nelson) - Hants Senior Cup Quarter Final

Eastleigh 4-0 Fleet Town - 20/12/2011 - (Sam Wilson 2, Jordace Holder-Spooner, Chris Flood) - Hants Senior Cup 3rd Round

Eastleigh 1-1 (AET) Chippenham - 29/11/2011 - (Jamie Brown) - FA Trophy 3rd Qualifying Round Replay

Chippenham 1-1 Eastleigh - 26/11/2011 - (Richard Gillespie) - FA Trophy 3rd Qualifying Round

Eastleigh 1-3 Oxford City - 15/10/2011 - (Jamie Slabber) - FA Cup 3rd Qualifying Round

Eastleigh 3-1 Cinderford Town - 01/10/2011 - (Tom Jordan, Andy Forbes, Andrew White) - FA Cup 2nd Qualifying Round


Friendlies:

Winchester City 1-1 Eastleigh - 05/07/2011 - (Jamie Slabber)

Eastleigh 3-2 Reading XI - 09/07/2011 - (Andy Forbes, Andrew White, Jamie Slabber)

Bashley 1-0 Eastleigh - 12/07/2011

Romsey Town 0-4 Eastleigh - 16/07/2011 - (Sam Wilson 2, Andy Cashin-Murray, Liam Robinson)

Weymouth 0-0 Eastleigh - 20/07/2011

Sholing 1-2 Eastleigh - 26/07/2011 - (Jamie Slabber, Andrew White)

Oxford City 2-0 Eastleigh - 30/07/2011

Eastleigh 4-1 Southampton XI - 03/08/2011 - (Jamie Slabber 2, Andrew White, Danny Smith)

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5/8 @bromleyfc (A)
8/8 @suttonunited (H)
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7/4 @Wrexham_AFC (H)
14/4 @GatesheadFC (A)
21/4 @thesilkmen (H)
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🎄Christmas period -

23/12 @Dag_RedFC (A)
26/12 @TUFC1899 (H)
30/12 @wokingfc (H)
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