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Match Preview: Barnet v Brentford B

A look ahead to Tuesday's Middlesex Senior Challenge Cup Final

11 April 2022

Brentford B face Barnet in the Final of the Middlesex FA Senior Challenge Cup in a 7:45pm kick-off at the Beveree Stadium on Tuesday evening.

The match provides the first opportunity for the young Bees to get their hands on some silverware this season as they come up against a side from the National League.

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The B Team go into the match off the back of a 4-0 win over Barking in the Semi-Final of the London Senior Cup so they'll go into the match with confidence having had some fantastic performances and results in recent weeks. As for Barnet, they go into the match following a 2-0 defeat at home to Solihull Moors in the league. Goals from Andrew Dallas and a Barnet own goal gave Solihull the win which leaves Barnet 17th in the league table.

Last Time We Met

The sides met earlier this season in a friendly fixture at Jersey Road which saw the young Bees run out 3-0 winners with two goals from Nathan Young-Coombes and one from Dom Jefferies. The clubs also met in this competition in the 2018/19 season which was the campaign that the young Bees lifted the trophy. Goals from Marcus Forss, Kolbeinn Finnsson and Jaakko Oksanen gave the side the win as they progressed.

The Road to the Final

St Panteleimon 2 Brentford B 4

The side's opening fixture saw them head to Enfield where they met St Panteleimon and impressed on the road. Two goals in each half saw The Bees progress as Max Haygarth and Joe Adams struck before Nathan Young-Coombes and Wraynel Hercules also added goals.


Joe Adams (left) and Max Haygarth (right) both found the net

Broadfields United 0 Brentford B 11

A quite sensational result saw the B Team claim an 11-0 win as they were ruthless in front of goal. Young-Coombes notched four, whilst Dom Jefferies netted twice and Val Adedokun, Daniel Oyegoke, Myles Peart-Harris, Ryan Trevitt and Jan Žambůrek also scored.

Hanwell Town 1 Brentford B 4

Brentford B secured themselves a place in the Semi-Finals of the Middlesex FA Senior Cup after a 4-1 win over Hanwell Town. Three first half goals courtesy of Nathan Young-Coombes, Paris Maghoma and Myles Peart-Harris were added to by Lewis Gordon late on as the side once again impressed and kept up their fine scoring run in the competition.

Hampton & Richmond Borough 0 Brentford B 1

A Semi-Final test at Bedfont Sports Ground saw the young Bees take on National League South side Hampton & Richmond. The winner came late in the game, on 88 minutes, as Val Adedokun found the net to seal the side a place in the Final.


Val Adedokun netted the winner late on against Hampton & Richmond


Adult: £10
Concessions (Over 65, Students, 16-18): £5
Under 16: FREE

Under-16's will not be required to pre-purchase a ticket, please arrive at the ground and present a valid Adult or Concessions Ticket and identify them as a U16 spectator. Please note we retain the right to request ID.

Tickets can be purchased online by clicking here.

All Gates will open at 6:30pm. KO is scheduled for 7:45pm.

Food and Drink

The Beveree Stadium offers food and drink options through their Refreshment Bar and The Beaver Bar.


Match Day programmes will be available inside the Venue. These will be at a cost of £2 for which 100% will be donated to St Luke’s Hospice, Middlesex FA’s Official Charity Partner.

Travel Information

Public Transport is recommended:

By Train: The nearest station is Hampton (London) which is on London Waterloo to Shepperton line and is served by the South Western Railway

By Bus: The following bus routes serve the local area: 111 (Kingston to Heathrow Central), 216 (Kingston to Staines), R68 (Kew Retail Park to Hampton Court).

Please be aware that spectator parking on site is limited and weather dependent, so if you're travelling by car, your parking could be restricted to on-street parking.

If you do park on the street, we ask that you do not inconvenience our neighbours. Please also check for local parking restrictions and, on occasion, other match day parking restrictions. The venue strongly recommends if you have to travel by car, to park away from the ground in Kingston, Hampton Court or Teddington and travel to the ground by public transport. There are regular buses that stop close the ground.

Match Coverage

If you cannot make it to the Beveree to watch the match in person, Middlesex FA will be Live Streaming the fixture through FilmMyMatch. This will be viewed through their YouTube Channel which we will publicise on our channels. We will also provide updates across our social media channels, as well as a full report and post-match reaction.

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Match Reports

Match Report and Match Highlights: Middlesex Cup Final: Brentford defeated on penalties

MacFarlane's side beaten after 1-1 draw in Hampton

14 April 2022

Barnet captured the Middlesex Senior Challenge Cup with a 4-2 penalty shootout win over Brentford B at The Cleo Saul Beveree Stadium in Hampton.

The game finished 1-1 after 90 minutes, 751 fans watching on as Nathan Young-Coombes saw his first-half goal cancelled out by Ryan De Havilland in the second period. Young-Coombes then saw a late penalty saved, Barnet winning the game in a shootout.

Barnet had most of the ball in the first ten, creating chances with deep crosses into the box and trying to overwhelm the Brentford back line.

While this allowed both defenders Ross Marshall and Reiss Greenidge headers at goal after just a few minutes, it also left them exposed to the rapid counters we’re used to seeing from Neil MacFarlane’s sides.

After a quarter of an hour, this almost cost the home side a goal when Val Adedokun raced down the left flank to whip a cross onto the head of Young-Coombes, who nodded narrowly wide.

Dom Jefferies also got far too much space before hitting a long-range effort north of the crossbar from just outside the box.

A swift counter-attack got Brentford the opening goal after 22 minutes, as Adedokun found Young-Coombes in the final third. The striker made space for himself on the edge of the box and unleashed a drive into the top right corner. Keeper Jake Askew got a hand to it but could do nothing to direct it away from the target. 1-0, NYC’s 26th of the B Team campaign.

The Bees from north London nearly got back into the game after half an hour but twice found Ben Hockenhull in the way. The former Manchester United youngster blocked a Rob Hall cross at the near post and then got on his feet to stop a powerful follow-up shot by Adam Marriot.

They came even closer just moments later. A long ball forward from goalkeeper Askew found Marshall in the box. He had the space to bring the ball down before crashing a shot against the bar. Despite the flag being raised, referee Conor Griffin allowed play to continue.

With five minutes until half-time, Ryan De Havilland whipped in a corner that missed everyone but clipped the crossbar on its way over.

Half-Time: Barnet 0-1 Brentford.

Barnet wasted no time getting level, just five minutes after the interval they scrambled the ball over the line to even things up. Hall’s cross was turned off the line by Nico Jones at the far post, but De Havilland was there to blast the ball beyond Matthew Cox. 1-1.

Soon after, it was Brentford piling on some pressure of their own. Alex Gilbert slipped a ball behind the Barnet defence, but Young-Coombes just couldn’t get the right connection on his shot and Askew could gather easily.

After an hour, the game was locked in the middle. It took a long-range strike from Grego-Cox to to liven things up. Cox was able to cling on to it in goal.

Grego-Cox went close after a neat lay-off from Marriot. His drive fizzed narrowly wide of the post. Then the veteran striker found a different teammate in Ephron Mason-Clarke but the result was the same. The number 11 turned on the spot but slashed his effort over the bar.

At the other end, substitute Myles Peart-Harris set Gordon to whip a cross in from the left. It just missed the head of Young-Coombes as Gilbert overran it at the far post too.

Brentford were handed a late chance to win it from 12 yards as Young-Coombes was tripped by Marshall on his way into the box. Marshall was booked, as was goalkeeper Askew for scuffing the penalty spot. Askew then threw himself to his left to parry the spot-kick away from danger, Young-Coombes missing his chance for a second of the night.

Barnet should have won it at the death, with just 30 seconds of normal time remaining, sub Daniel Powell sent a shot wide from six yards out. He’d been set behind by Mason-Clarke to go one-on-one with Cox but couldn’t turn it into the net.

Neither team could be separated after eight minutes of added time, meaning the tie went straight to penalties.

Powell scored the first penalty, Ryan Trevitt evening things out after the opening kicks. Adam Marriot then put Barnet ahead as Roy Syla sent his kick over the crossbar. Both Reece Grego-Cox and Alex Gilbert then missed penalties to keep it 2-1 after three rounds.

The fourth round saw both Ben Richards-Everton and Myles Peart-Harris net, setting up Ryan De Havilland to potentially score the winner. The midfielder drilled it in, confirming Barnet’s first MFA Cup win since 1933.

BRENTFORD B: Cox; Crama, Hockenhull, Jones; Gordon, Jefferies (sub Syla 88), Oksanen (sub Maghoma 77), Adedokun (sub Peart-Harris 70); Trevitt, Young-Coombes, Gilbert

Unused: Rees, Mpongo

Goals: Young-Coombes (23)

Bookings: Gilbert (35), Crama (68), Maghoma (90+1)

BARNET: Askew; Thomas, Marshall, Greenidge, Richards-Everton; De Havilland, Fonguck; Hall (sub Powell 75), Mason-Clarke (sub Walsh 90+3), Grego-Cox; Marriot

Unused: Azaze, Howe, Granville

Goals: De Havilland (50)

Bookings: De Havilland (8), Greenidge (38), Marshall (85), Askew (86)

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