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Kieran James

NCTJ trained. Previously Assistant Community Reporter for The News, Portsmouth. Sport and gig reviews are my passion.

Home Sweet Home for Spitfires

Ian Baird’s Spitfres will look to extend their home league unbeaten run to twelve games against Hampshire rivals Farnborough on Saturday at The Silverlake Stadium (3PM kick off). The Spitfires will go into this game with very good moral after a 3-1 win at home to Cornish side Truro City last Saturday. Bradley Bubb opened the…

Spitfires lose to Salisbury as they take on Truro

Ian Baird’s Spitfires take on Truro City at The Silverlake Stadium tomorrow in the Blue Square Bet South (3PM kick off) and Eastleigh are looking to get back into winning ways after a disappointing result against rivals Salisbury City on Tuesday. The Spitfires started brightly at the The Raymond McEnhill Stadium however Salisbury took the advantage after…

Summary of the Fans Forum at Eastleigh Football Club

The fans forum held at The Silverlake Stadium last Thursday still went ahead after the announcement of the departure of Eastleigh Director of Football Dave Malone (see here). One question asked was about the replacement of Dave Malone, the chairman of Eastleigh Football Club Paul Murray answered this. “Dave was a valuable part of the part of the board…

Tonbridge Angels Game OFF

Today’s Blue Square Bet South match between Eastleigh and Tonbridge Angels at The Silverlake Stadium has been called due to a frozen pitch. A date for the match to be played is yet to be announced, kit supervisor Kevin Dixon wrote on the fans forum this morning about the pitch. “You may have a different…

Salisbury City Game Off

The Spitfires match away to Salisbury City today has been called off due to a frozen pitch following a pitch inspection at the Raymond McEnhill Stadium this morning. The match is rescheduled for Tuesday 21st February, meanwhile today’s Eastleigh reserves game at The Silverlake Stadium against Tooting & Mitcham has also been called off due…

Hat-trick hero Bubb silenced Sutton as Salisbury game is in doubt

Ian Baird’s Spitfires taught former Eastleigh manager Paul Doswell a lesson in football on Saturday after The Spitfires roared onto  a 4-0 victory against The U’s. The Spitfires started brightly and nearly scored a wonderful goal after a great ball by Daryl McMahon, Bradley Bubb chested it down and narrowly missed with a great acrobatic attempt…