Kingstonian (@2.1) vs Bowers & Pitsea (@2.8)

Our Prediction:

Kingstonian will win

Kingstonian – Bowers & Pitsea Match Prediction | 14-09-2019 10:00

Reunited after World War I, the club continued to play at Richmond Road but, in 1920, the site's owners, the Dysarts, leased the site to Leyland Motors, then establishing a factory base at nearby Ham. In 1898 the club moved to their first private enclosed ground at Dinton Road, next to Kingston Barracks, moving again at the turn of the century to Lower Marsh Lane in 1902, specifically to part of the rugby ground in Richmond Road. remaining at Richmond Road. and Old Kingstonians led to the breakaway group Old Kingstonians playing at Norbiton Sports Ground, Kingston upon Thames A.F.C. The split in 190809 between Kingston upon Thames A.F.C.

In the 19131914 season the Surrey Charity Shield match between the two clubs saw a number of incidents involving players and spectators and this led to the Surrey FA taking responsibility for the running of the replay with warning notices posted at the ground and a large police presence. However, there were occasions in which this rivalry spilled over into more serious incidents. Over the period of the split several appeals had been made by both clubs concerning eligibility of players in matches between the two sides, and in two cases the result of the game was overturned. By the start of World War One, Old Kingstonians held a definite supremacy of the two clubs, and in 19131914 won three trophies including the Southern Suburban League and Surrey Senior Cup. The rivalry between these two clubs was intense and to some extent the competition helped both clubs with their standard of football and improvements to facilities. Kingston upon Thames did however again try a failed "experiment" by re-entering two first teams in both the Southern Suburban League and West Surrey League for the 19101911 season but again this resulted in selection problems and was dropped at the end of the season. Both teams competed in the West Surrey League in 19081909 but in 19091910 season Kingston upon Thames FC moved into the Southern Suburban League with Old Kingstonians remaining in the West Surrey League. At the start of the 19111912 season Old Kingstonians also moved to the Southern Suburban League where both teams stayed until the outbreak of World War One. An FA enquiry into incidents at the first game led to one of the witnesses being attacked on their return to Kingston after giving evidence.

The club also underwent several ground changes during this period and from 18981899 season spent 3 years at Dinton Road before one season playing at Lower Marsh Lane in 19011902 season. In 19021903 they made a final move to Thorpe Road which was virtually on the site of the Richmond Road ground that was to become their home for much of the Twentieth Century. In addition the 19061907 season saw them finish runners up in the Surrey Senior Cup which was lost to Clapham F.C. after a replay.[4] They spent two years in the Kingston and District league, coming runners up to Brentford 'A' Team in their second season before moving into the East and West Surrey League[4] at the start of the 18981899 season. When Kingston upon Thames ventured into the Surrey Senior Cup in 1894, the heaviest loss of the club to date was recorded, a 130 loss to Weybridge F.C.[4] The club re-entered the Surrey Junior Cup and in 1896 joined the Kingston & District League as founder members.[4] In their first season, they won the league but lost the Surrey Junior Cup 21 in the final, to Chertsey F.C. The club continued to compete in the East and West Surrey League and also had a one-season foray into the London League in 1903[4] alongside the East and West Surrey League but the "experiment" backfired with fixture congestion and selection difficulties caused by having too many games and Kingston upon Thames withdrew from the London League after one season.[4] In 19051906 season, the club won the newly renamed West Surrey League, a feat which was replicated in 19061907 season.

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In the Summer of 1888 William Carn, the founder of the club, resigned from the YMCA after tensions developed where the YMCA were concerned that the organization was becoming more like a sporting club than a religious organization. In 1887 the club changed its name to Saxons FC and opened up its membership to players who were not also members of the YMCA. The club however maintained its links to the YMCA and only allowed YMCA members to serve on the decision making committee. As non YMCA members were not allowed to serve on the committee this would have meant Carn also resigning his duties with the club. The members decided however to sever links with the YMCA which allowed Carn to continue.

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This meant that Leyland Motors had been given exclusive use but an agreement was reached to allow for a groundshare with Leyland Motors and Leyland Motors took over the fixtures of the Kingstonian Reserve team who had signed up for the Southern Suburban League. Their first match after unification was on 6 September 1919 competing in the Athenian League against Southall F.C.[4] Before the 19201921 season it seemed they had lost their ground after confusion over their desire to renew the rent. The following season Kingstonian were successful in purchasing the Richmond Road ground, although the groundshare arrangement with Leyland Motors continued. In 1919 football was rejuvenated in Kingston.[4] The war had dimmed the rivalry between the teams, and they re-united as Kingstonian F.C.