Max Herbert recieves the Fripp-Smith Trophy. Photo: Supplied by the CCL.
Max Herbert recieves the Fripp-Smith Trophy. Photo: Supplied by the CCL.

Sandhurst Town lift Fripp-Smith Trophy

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The Fizzers beat Spelthorne Sports in the Final
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Max Herbert recieves the Fripp-Smith Trophy. Photo: Supplied by the CCL.
Max Herbert recieves the Fripp-Smith Trophy. Photo: Supplied by the CCL.

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Sandhurst Town lifted the Fripp-Smith Trophy on Saturday with a 1-0 win over Spelthorne Sports at Farnham Town’s ground.

Seb Bowerman scored the only goal of the game from the penalty spot following a handball by a Spelthorne defender in the first half.

Fizzers skipper Max Herbert was presented the trophy at full-time by the Barbara Fripp, Gordon Fripp’s widow who the competition was, in part, named after.

The finals now come thick and fast in the Combined Counties League with a full list on the CCL website here – with Ascot United featuring in the Cherry Red Records Challenge Cup against Redhill on Saturday 29th May at Cobham FC.

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