Spurs v Gillingham Reserves Match Reports
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20.02.1971 Spurs Reserves beat Gillingham Reserves 4-0 in the Football Combination at White Hart Lane.

Teams :
Spurs – Barry Daines, Ray Evans, John Collins, Ray Bunkell, Mike Dillon, John Pratt, John Cutbush, Graeme Souness, Roy Woolcott, Tony Want, Roger Morgan

Sub. not used :
Gillingham –  .
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Attendance : –   ,



16.09.1970 Spurs Reserves beat Gillingham 4-0 away with goals from Ray Clarke, a Ray Bunkell penalty and two goals from Phil Holder.

Teams :
Gillingham –  .
Sub. :
Spurs –  Barry Daines, John Cutbush, John Collins, Ray Bunkell, Mike Dillon, John Pratt, David Jenkins, Dennis Bond, Ray Clarke, Phil Holder, Neil Johnson.

Sub. :
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01.11.1969 Spurs returned from their visit to Gillingham Reserves with a 3-1 Football Combination win thanks to a goal from Ray Evans and two from Roy Woolcott.

Teams :
Gillingham –  .
Subs not used :
Spurs –  Ken Hancock, Joe Kinnear, John Collins (Terry Naylor), Ray Evans, Peter Collins, John Pratt, Neil Johnson, Ray Bunkell, Roy Woolcott, Martin Chivers, John Cutbush. 

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Spurs v Gillingham Youth Match Reports
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22.03.1997 Spurs Lodge hosted Gillingham Youth’s visit in the South-East Counties Division 1, with Tottenham winning 2-0.

Having wasted some early opportunities, Spurs scored through Julian Delicata and John Piercy in the first half to secure the win,  with young players Peter Crouch, Stephen Dobson and Glenn Poole given substitute appearances in the second period.

Teams :
Spurs – Alan Marriott, Luke Young, Darren Davies, Glenn Southgate (Stephen Dobson 80), Vinny Samways, Jamie Dormer, Evans, Mark Gower, Ryan Spencer, John Piercy (Glenn Poole 82), Julian Delicata (Peter Crouch 60)

Gillingham –  .
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16.08.1980 Tottenham’s South-East Counties Division 1 side made it an uncomfortable visit to Cheshunt for Gillingham Youth, with Spurs winning this 6-3.

Substitute Anderson Rollock scored a hat-trick, two penalties were successfully tucked away by Ian Crook and Jimmy Bolton scored the other Tottenham goal.  Gillingham kept battling and narrowed the final score, with their second goal also coming from the penalty spot.

Teams :
Spurs – Tony Parks, Simon Webster, Paul Baxter, John Cooper, Pat Corbett, Mark Bowen (Anderson Rollock), Chris Harvey, Ian Crook, Paul Wilkins, Terry Gibson, Jimmy Bolton.
Gillingham –  .
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10.11.1979 Gillingham Youth enjoyed their trip up from Kent to Cheshunt, winning this South-East Counties Division 2 match 2-1.

Tottenham’s only goal was scored by Terry Gibson.

Teams :
Spurs – Paul Allies, M. Wyatt, Kevin Dickenson, Terry Emms, Simon Webster, Ian Crook, Tony Chambers, Alex Hamill (A. Costello), Jimmy Bolton, John Cooper, Terry Gibson.
Gillingham –  .
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15.09.1979 Journeying to Kent to meet Gillingham’s Youth side, Tottenham came unstuck in a 1-2 defeat at Priestfield.

Tottenham’s performance was disappointing, finding themselves 0-2 behind at the break and even though Paul Wilkins scored a very good goal in the second period, they did not have enough to overcome the Gills.

Teams :
Spurs – Paul Allies, G. Brown, M. Wyatt, Terry Emms, Pat Corbett, Ian Crook, Mike Jones, John Cooper, Paul Wilkins, Alex Hamill, Anderson Rollock.
Sub. not used :
Gillingham –  .
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Attendance : –   ,



24.01.1977 A goal from Garry O’Brien settled this South-East Counties League Cup semi-final against Gillingham in Tottenham’s favour at White Hart Lane.

Teams :
Spurs –  Mark Kendall, Chris Hughton, Gary Anderson, Phil Holyoak, Terry Boyle, Toyin Okitikpi (S. Mabey), Micky Hazard, Stuart Beavon, Mark Falco, Kevin Stead, Gary O’Brien
Gillingham –  .
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15.10.1977 Gillingham took the points at Cheshunt in this SE Counties Division 1 match with a 3-2 win. An own goal and a penalty saw the Kent side take a 2-0 lead into the second half and then net a third to put them out of Tottenham’s reach.  Tottenham did hit back with goals from Gary O’Reilly and Steve Turner, but they could not claw back another goal for a point.

Teams :
Spurs –  Batchelor, S. Wilson, G. Marchant, Paul Miller, Gary O’Reilly, S. Mabey, Owsun Aberbrese (A. Fenn), S. Turner, R. Richardson, P. Foley (R. Cook), Chris Wright
Gillingham –  .
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12.02.1977 Gillingham’s SE Counties Division 1 visit to Cheshunt was an unhappy one as Spurs Youth ran in eight goals without reply.

Ray Ryan claimed a hat-trick, Gary O’Brien two and further goals from Terry Boyle, Micky Hazard and Paul Miller completed the rout.

Teams :
Spurs –  Mark Kendall, Chris Hughton (P. Cavanagh), Paul Miller, Gary Anderson (Garry Brooke), Terry Boyle, Phil Holyoak, Micky Hazard, Stuart Beavon, Ray Ryan, Mark Falco, Gary O’Brien
Gillingham –  .
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13.11.1976 A single goal in the first half knocked Spurs out of the Southern Junior Floodlit Cup in the First Round at Priestfield.

Teams :
Gillingham –  .
Subs not used :
Spurs –   Mark Kendall, S. Mabey, Gary Anderson, Toyin Okitipki, Phil Holyoak, Micky Hazard, Paul Miller, Stuart Beavon, Terry Boyle, Kevin Stead, Mark Falco (Gary O’Brien).
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13.11.1976 This South-East Counties Division One game saw Spurs rout Gillingham away from home. Terry Boyle and Stuart Beavon both got two, one of Beavon’s coming from the penalty spot, while Mike Hazard added the other goal.

Teams :
Gillingham –  .
Subs not used :
Spurs –  S. Letch, Chris Hughton, Gary Anderson, Toyin Okitipki (Steven Hammond), Phil Holyoak, Paul Miller, Micky Hazard, Stuart Beavon, Terry Boyle, Kevin Stead, Gary O’Brien (Spence)
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27.09.1975 Gillingham Youth visited Cheshunt for a South-East Counties Division 1 match losing out 2-0 to Spurs Youth.

Gary Hyams was on target twice in the match, with one of the goals coming from the penalty spot.

Teams :
Spurs –  Nicky Markwick, Roger Wade, M. Cleaver, Fred Barwick, Phil Holyoak, Barry Pace, Stuart Beavon, Steve Cavanagh, Kevin Stead, Andy Bradbury, Gary Hyams.
Sub. not used :
Gillingham –  .
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18.11.1972 Roger Gibbins’ first half headed goal set Spurs Youth on their way to a 4-1 away win over Gillingham in the South-East Counties Division 1.

Coming back to 1-1 with an equaliser early in the second half, Gillingham looked like making a match of it, but Spurs hit them with three late goals.  Danny Clapton got two, with the first coming from the penalty spot for handball and then Gary Mabee rounded off the win with a fourth goal.

Teams : –
Gillingham : –
Spurs : –   Ian Cranstone, Ian Smith, Gary Hayzeldean, Andy Keeley, Wayne Cegielski, Gary Anderson, Roger Gibbins, A. Cooper, Gary Mabee, Danny Clapton, Bobby Scarth
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04.03.1972 A last minute goal won this South-East Counties League Division 1 match for Spurs at Gillingham.

Tottenham had controlled the game from midfield, but failed to make openings in front of goal.  They forced two saves from the Gillingham keeper, while Spurs goalie Phil Matthews only had one save to make.

With time ticking away, Gary Mabee grabbed a goal, when he headed home John Margerrison’s cross after the home side had failed to clear a cross.

Teams :
Gillingham –  .
Sub. not used :
Spurs – 
Phil Matthews, Les Boughey, Gary Anderson, Keith Osgood, John Field, Chris McGrath, Roger Gibbins, John Margerisson, Gary Mabee, Danny Clapton, Chris Jones
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01.12.1971 The Youth FA Youth Cup Second Round tie was played at Gillingham two days after the original date and Spurs won 4-0 at Priestfield.

Danny Clapton bagged a hat-trick, one of which was a penalty, while the other Tottenham goal came from Roger Gibbins.

Teams : –
Gillingham : –
Spurs : –  P. Matthews, Les Boughey, Gary Anderson, John Field, Keith Osgood, Chris McGrath, Roger Gibbins, John Margerrison, Gary Mabee, Danny Clapton, Bobby Scarth.



29.11.1971 The Spurs Youth FA Youth Cup game at Gillingham on Monday 29.11.1971 was postponed because of fog.


30.10.1971 Spurs Youth were 2-0 winners over Gillingham Youth at Cheshunt in the South-East Counties Division 1.

Bobby Scarth’s cross halfway through the first half gave Gary Mabee the opportunity to open the scoring and then, before half-time, Chris Jones headed in John Field’s flick on to give Spurs a 2-0 victory.

Teams : –
Spurs : – I. Sachs, Les Boughey, Gary Anderson, R. Walker, John Field, Chris McGrath, Chris Jones, John Margerrison, Gary Mabee, Danny Clapton, Bobby Scarth
Sub. not used :
Gillingham : –
Sub. not used :
Attendance : –   ,
 



31.10.1970 Tottenham eased to a 3-0 home win over Gillingham Youth at Cheshunt.  Goals from Graeme Souness, Mike Flanagan and John Lewis sealed two points in the South-East Counties Division 1 for Tottenham.

Teams :
Spurs –   Ward, M. Jackson, Eddie Jones, Mike Dillon, Joe Peck,
 Graeme Souness, Steve Outram, Les Boughey, Ray Clarke, John Lewis, Mike Flanagan
Sub. not used :
Gillingham –  .
Sub. not used :
Attendance : –  ,



05.09.1970 Spurs Juniors won this South-East Counties Division 2 game at Gillingham 5-2 with goals from Danny Clapton 2, Steve Outram, Bobby Scarth and John Field.

Teams :
Gillingham –  .
Sub. :
Spurs –
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03.11.1969 Spurs Youth earned a 3-0 away win at Gillingham in the First Round of the Southern Junior Floodlit Cup with an Oliver penalty and two goals from Ray Clarke sealing the victory.

Teams :- .
Gillingham –  .
Sub. not used :
Spurs –  Barry Daines, Bobby Almond, Phil Holder, Mike Dillon, M. Edwards, Graeme Souness, John Oliver, Turner (David Staines), Ray Clarke, Bobby Wiles, Steve Perryman
Sub. not used :
Attendance : –  ,