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Match Reports - 2012/2013

Eastleigh 3-1 Truro City - 23/04/2013 - (Glen Southam, Damian Scannell, Craig McAllister) 
Eastleigh 4-1 Tonbridge Angels - 23/04/2013 - (Craig McAllister 3, Dean Beckwith) 
Eastleigh 3-0 Bromley - 16/04/2013 - (Craig McAllister 3) 
Eastleigh 1-0 AFC Hornchurch - 06/04/2013 - (Adam Watkins) 
Eastleigh 3-1 Dorchester Town - 01/04/2013 - (Jai Reason, Glen Southam, Chris Zebroski)
Eastleigh 1-1 Boreham Wood - 12/03/2013 - (Jai Reason) 
Eastleigh 1-0 Eastbourne Borough - 02/03/2013 - (Chris Zebroski) 
Eastleigh 2-2 Havant &Waterlooville - 26/02/2013 - (Jai Reason, Mark Hughes) 
Eastleigh 1-0 Chelmsford City - 16/02/2013 - (Jai Reason) 
Eastleigh 1-0 Salisbury City - 12/02/2013 - (Craig McAllister) 
Eastleigh 3-1 Farnborough - 26/01/2013 - (Glen Southam, Chris Todd, Dale Binns) 
Eastleigh 5-0 Billericay Town - 08/01/2013 - (Dean Beckwith, Damian Scannell 2, Sam Beasant own goal, Mark Hughes) 
Eastleigh 1-3 Welling United - 01/12/2012 - (Craig McAllister) 
Eastleigh 1-0 Sutton United - 03/11/2012 - (Jai Reason) 
Eastleigh 3-1 Bath City - 30/10/2012 - (Damian Scannell, Craig McAllister, Jai Reason) 
Eastleigh 4-3 Staines Town - 10/10/2012 - (Moses Ademola, Jai Reason 2, Glen Southam) 
Eastleigh 3-1 Hayes & Yeading United - 29/09/2012 - (Jai Reason 2, Glen Southam) 
Eastleigh 4-2 Maidenhead United - 15/09/2012 - (Moses Ademola, Osei Sankofa, Tom Jordan, Glen Southam)
Eastleigh 1-3 Dover Athletic - 01/09/2012 - (Craig McAllister) 
Eastleigh 3-0 Weston-super-Mare - 25/08/2012 - (Moses Ademola 2, Craig McAllister) 
Eastleigh 1-1 Basingstoke Town - 21/08/2012 - (Craig McAllister) 

Away League Games:
Welling United 1-1 Eastleigh - 27/04/2013 - (Craig McAllister) 
Bath City 1-1 Eastleigh - 13/04/2013 - (Adam Watkins) 
Truro City 1-3 Eastleigh - 09/04/2013 - (Jai Reason 2, Craig McAllister) 
Basingstoke Town 0-3 Eastleigh - 29/03/2013 - (Mark Hughes, Adam Watkins 2) 
Tonbridge Angels 3-1 Eastleigh - 26/03/2013 - (Jai Reason) 
Maidenhead United 0-2 Eastleigh - 09/03/2013 - (Jai Reason, Alex Lacey) 
Hayes & Yeading United 2-1 Eastleigh - 23/02/2013 - (Chris Todd) 
Staines Town 1-3 Eastleigh - 09/02/2013 - (Craig McAllister, Damian Scannell, Dean Beckwith) 
Weston-super-Mare 2-4 Eastleigh - 05/02/2013 - (Dale Binns, Jai Reason, Damian Scannell, Own Goal) 
Sutton United 2-1 Eastleigh - 02/02/2013 - (Damian Scannell) 
Bromley 3-1 Eastleigh - 05/01/2013 - (Jai Reason) 
Salisbury City 5-3 Eastleigh - 01/01/2013 - (Own goal, Richard Pacquette, Jai Reason) 
Dover Athletic 2-0 Eastleigh - 08/12/2012 
AFC Hornchurch 1-0 Eastleigh - 17/11/2012 
Eastbourne Borough 1-0 Eastleigh - 27/10/2012 
Chelmsford City 1-1 Eastleigh - 13/10/2012 - (Moses Ademola) 
Farnborough 6-2 Eastleigh - 02/10/2012 - (Moses Ademola, Jai Reason) 
Billericay Town 4-0 Eastleigh - 08/09/2012  
Dorchester Town 1-0 Eastleigh - 04/09/2012 
Havant & Waterlooville 0-3 Eastleigh - 27/08/2012 - (Moses Ademola, Marvin Williams, Craig McAllister) 
Boreham Wood 3-0 Eastleigh - 18/08/2012

Cup Games
Eastleigh 2-4 Reading XI - 11/08/2012 - (Moses Ademola, Tom Jordan) 
Eastleigh 2-0 Oxford United - 07/08/12 - (Craig McAllister, Jai Reason) 
Sholing 3-2 Eastleigh - 31/07/12 - (Moses Ademola, Jai Reason)


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Unused subs: Constable, Obileye.

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Unused subs: Taylor, Richards.

Referee: Sam Purkiss.

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Zavon Hines, a former Burnley and West Ham forward, scored the only goal of the game in the second half.

The Spitfires are now without a win in five league games having drawn the previous four.

Eastleigh: Graham Stack, Ayo Obileye (Ross Stearn, 80), Michael Green, Danny Hollands, Andrew Boyce, Callum Howe, Mark Yeates (Chris Zebroski, 76), Sam Matthews, Gary McSheffrey, James Constable (Craig McAllister, 76), Cavaghn Miley. Subs: Sam Wood, Ben Strevens.

Referee: Alan Young.

Attendance: 1,820 (159 Maidstone)

Richard Hill's post-match reaction below:

Two changes for The #Spitfires tonight, as Green and Matthews replace Johnson and Wood. — Eastleigh FC (@EastleighFC) September 12, 2017
Half time and it's 0-0 here. A penalty shout the only real talking point. — Eastleigh FC (@EastleighFC) September 12, 2017
69' Goal Maidstone! — Eastleigh FC (@EastleighFC) S…

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Fixtures 2017/2018

Eastleigh will begin the 2017/18 season away at Bromley on the 5th August.

Richard Hill's Spitfires will face their first home match of the season against Sutton United.

First 4 fixtures -

5/8 @bromleyfc (A)
8/8 @suttonunited (H)
12/8 @Dag_RedFC (H)
15/8 @wokingfc (A)#Spitfires — Eastleigh FC (@EastleighFC) July 5, 2017
Last 4 fixtures -

7/4 @Wrexham_AFC (H)
14/4 @GatesheadFC (A)
21/4 @thesilkmen (H)
28 @SolihullMoors (A)#Spitfires — Eastleigh FC (@EastleighFC) July 5, 2017
🎄Christmas period -

23/12 @Dag_RedFC (A)
26/12 @TUFC1899 (H)
30/12 @wokingfc (H)
1/1 @TUFC1899 (A)#Spitfires — Eastleigh FC (@EastleighFC) July 5, 2017
Eastleigh's National League fixtures unveiled for 2017/18 EASTLEIGH will kick off the new National League season away from home.