Hemel Hempstead (Aspley)

The Lilywhites first met Hemel Hempstead in the Spartan League when they known as Aspley. Founded in 1885 as the Aspley End Football Club, in 1947 they mergered with Hemel Hempstead United to first become Hemel Hempstead F.C. and later Hemel Hempstead Town.

Spartan Premier

31.8.1935                 Cambridge Town 3 - 1 Aspley                                                                                                                 Cambridge Town team was Joe Whillock, L Kimpton, Bob Geary, Bill Webb, Tommy Whewell, Len Wordingham, G Brown, H Lovegrove, Sid Melling, Freddy Barnard and Harold Barker. This was the first match that the Lilywhites played in the Premier Division of the Spartan League. They found themselves 1 nil down after 15 minutes before Freddy Barnard equalished 8 minutes before half time. In the second half, Len Wordingham put the Lilywhites into the lead on 55 minutes and then Barnard scored his 2nd and his team's 3rd in the 75th minute. This remained the final score.

7.9.1935                  Aspley 1 - 3 Cambridge Town                                                                                                                                Played at Gee's Meadow, Crabtree Lane, which would be their home until 1971. The Cambridge City team was Willcock, Jimmy Adams, Geary, Webb, Ron Saddington, Wordingham, Brown, Len Hard, Melling, Barnard and Barker. The Lillywhites again went a goal down early in the match but were 2 - 1 up at half time thanks to goals by Barnard and Melling, the last on the struck of half-time. Ten minutes into the second half the Lillywhites went 3 - 1 up thanks to a struck by Len Hard and this was how the match finished.


Southern Premier League (NL3)

11.10.2008              Hemel Hempstead Town 0 - 1 Cambridge City                                                                                               Played at Vauxhall Road Ground, which had been the home of Hemel Hempstead Town F.C. since 1971, Neil Midgley scored the only goal of the match from a penalty in the 87th minute which gave the Lilywhites gained all the points.

9.3.2009                  Cambridge City 1 - 0 Hemel Hempstead Town                                                                                                  Neil Midgley was again the goalscorer as the Lilywhites again won 1 nil. This time he scored in the 49th minute.

7.12.2009                Cambridge City 1 - 1 Hemel Hempstead Town                                                                                                 A goal in the 90th minute by Steve Gentle rescued a point for the Lilywhites who had been trailing since the 30th minute.

22.4.2010                Hemel Hempstead Town 2 - 3 Cambridge City                                                                                                 The goals for the Lilywhites were scored by Tony Burke (6th and 20th minute) and Midgley in the 71st.

30.8.2010                Hemel Hempstead Town 0 - 2 Cambridge City                                                                                                 Cambridge City team: Zac Barrett, Liam Nicell, Joey Abbs, Dave Theobald, Lee Chaffey, John Kennedy, Tony Burke, Adie Cambridge, Craig Hammond, David Kolodynski and Ashley Fuller. Subs used were Midgley and Milton Elenge. Both goals for the Lilywhites were scored by Kolodynski (48th and 58th minute).

3.1.2011                   Cambridge City 3 - 2 Hemel Hempstead Town                                                                                                 The goalscorers for the Lilywhites were Theobald (35th minute), Luke Robins (78th) and Hammond (82nd).

4.10.2011                 Cambridge City 3 - 0 Hemel Hempstead Town                                                                                                Daniel Kelly scored a hat-trick with his goals coming in the 26th, 45th and 71st minute.

28.1.2012                 Hemel Hempstead Town 1 - 2 Cambridge City                                                                                                 Lee Clift (7th) and Hammond (79th minute) were the goalscorers for the Lilywhites.

23.10.2012                Hemel Hempstead Town 1 - 0 Cambridge City                                                                                               Cambridge City team: Barrett, Tom Pepper, James Brighton, Theobald, Chaffey, David Prada, Luke Allen, Adie Cambridge, Lester, Bryant and Abbs. Subs used were Midgley and Gerring.

9.2.2013                    Cambridge City 0 - 1 Hemel Hempstead Town                                                                                               Cambridge City team: Barrett, Jackson Ramm, Danny Blanchett, Theobald, Chaffey, Robbie Nightingale, Ieuan Lewis, Prada, Bryant, Adam Marriott and Fuller. Subs used were Adie Cambridge, Hurst and Pepper.


30.11.2013                Cambridge City 1 - 1 Hemel Hempstead                                                                                                       Played at the Glassworld Stadium (Histon), the Cambridge City team: Barrett, Pepper, Brighton, Will Lawton, Chaffey, Josh Beach, Robbie Burns, Adam Martin, Kelvin Bossmann, Marriott and John Dawkin. Subs used were Nick Beasant for Lawton, Ramm and Prada.

Cambridge City v Hemel Hempstead Town at Histon, 2013. A hard fought game that saw the Lillywhites, who were trailing at half time, dominate the second half and gain the point they deserved. In the first half they had been on top early on but lost their way after striker Kelvin Bossman had to go off injuried.

11.3.2014                  Hemel Hempstead Town 1 - 1 Cambridge City                                                                                              Cambridge City team: Barrett, Pepper, Brighton, Beasant, Chaffey, Beech, Burns, Martin, Lewis, Marriott and Dawkin. The Lilywhites were without the suspeneded Kelvin Bossman. In this top of the table clash between the leaders (Hemel Hempstead) and 4th placed (Cambridge City), the Lilywhites were more like the team that were so impressive before the lay off due to a number of matches being cancelled due to water logged pitches. They had gone ahead seconds before half-time when Adam Marriott scored from a penalty having been brought down by the Hemel goalkeeper. In the end the match ended all square after Hemel had equalished in the 55th minute. 

 

Southern League Cup

1.3.2011                   Hemel Hempstead Town 2 - 1 Cambridge City