Fulham Deaf returned to form with a seven goal blitz against Barnslake FC in the TECK Intermediate Cup Quarter Finals.

Goal machine Shyloh added four goals to his growing tally, which puts former Fulham legend Richard Jeffers' competitive goal record of 26 from the season of 2003/04 at risk midway through the season.

Ben Lampert opened Fulham's account with a sweetly struck volley from outside the box, Ryan Pendley added one, and Kevin Harewood marked his return to fitness with a goal at the end.

Mark Gill made amends for his below—par performance against Leeds DFC last weekend, by putting in a man of the match performance showing his impressive versatility filling in at centre half, owing to John Dockers injury.

Greg Beedie, Fulham's new signing from St John DFC made his debut with 20 minutes left putting in a very composed display at centre half, which marked his comeback after being out of the game for a long period due to injury.

Next up

Fulham host Old Rutlishians this Saturday in what will be the first league game of 2007 after a run of cup games. Kick off is 2pm at Motspur Park.

Old Rutlishians are two places below Fulham in 5th place. A win this Saturday will see us close in on Esher United and Wandsworth Town, as both teams are not in League action this weekend, with cup fixtures to fulfill.


The women's profile page has jumped into life! 5 new profiles have been added, they are — Natasha Ryan, Ashley Savage, Jemma Townend, Victoria Wenman and Corinna White.

Fulham captain PJ 'Green fingers' Lot's profile has been added.

Other news

Fulham DFC women top tottie Victoria Wenman has been nominated as a contestant for the Miss Deaf UK Pageant 2007, taking place on March 10th in London.

To vote for Victoria text:

To check the event out and all the other contestants / click here

Please note: ask bill payer's permission before texting. Messages cost 100p. 16+ bill payers only.

Nottingham Deaf Football Club have a new website, to check it out / click here