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Preview: Wealdstone (A)

25 November 2022

The Iron head down south on the road in the Vanarama National League this Saturday with a trip to Grosvenor Vale, home of Wealdstone.


Click here for ticket details ahead of Saturday, November 26th’s (3pm kick-off) clash against Wealdstone.

Paying on the day is an available option, with Wealdstone advising that they are able to take cash and card payments at the turnstile from an hour before kick-off.


Michael Nelson (click here to read | click here to watch on Iron Player).

Caolan Lavery (click here to read | click here to watch on Iron Player).


Striker Joe Nuttall returns into contention following his suspension for an accumulation of five yellow cards last Saturday.

Aiden Marsh (foot fracture), Liam Feeney, Jordan Hallam & Kgosi Nthle (hamstrings) and Reagan Ogle (back) will continue to miss out through their respective injuries.


Wealdstone currently sit 13th in the Vanarama National League, registering seven wins out of 19 matches so far.

Top scorer Rhys Browne, who had scored seven before departing, left the club in October with Wealdstone stating they had “reluctantly allowed Rhys Browne to join Woking on a permanent transfer for a fee that could end up being the third largest in the club's history.”

The Stones turned over managerless York City away from home last Saturday, with a 94th winner to take home a 2-1 victory. 

Wealdstone also held title chasing Wrexham to a 0-0 draw in their previous home game.

Despite curtailment due to COVID-19, Wealdstone were crowned champions of the National League South in the 2019/20 season with 22 wins registered in 33 played.

Wealdstone finished 19th in their first season in the National League, registering five wins in their opening eight games. Another five wins followed for the Stones, with a secondseason of National League football on the horizon. 

Their best league finish followed, finishing the 2021/22 season in 16th place after earning 53 points with 14 wins and 11 draws.

For more information on our visitors, click here.


The referee will be Paul Marsden, assisted by Matthew Morison and Andrew Hickman. The fourth official will be Thomas Whay.


On-site field parking is available for the price of £5 (cash only). Please park responsibly especially if using local roads, as street parking is limited.

Grosvenor Vale is ideally located near four Transport for London tube stations, Ruislip and Ruislip Manor on the Uxbridge branch of the Piccadilly and Metropolitan lines,Ruislip Gardens and West Ruislip on the Central line

Matchday turnstiles open an hour-and-a-half before kick-off (1.30pm), with The Vale social club open for Wealdstone fans only and not United supporters.

Hot and cold food and drinks will be available to purchase outside the ground and inside the ground in the away sections, with cash and card payments both accepted.

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Match Reports

Report: Wealdstone 3-1 Iron

26 November 2022

Caolan Lavery gave United the lead but a controversial red card decision involving Joe Nuttall ultimately led to the Iron being beaten 3-1 at Wealdstone on Saturday.

Scunthorpe made one change going into the game, as Nuttall returned from suspension to replace Rob Apter, who'd been carrying a knock this week.

With two minutes gone, Lavery shrugged off a defender to chase a ball to him on the left. It culminated in Jacob Butterfield floating a ball in for Nuttall, with the Iron forward just missing the delivery as it skipped off the surface and out for a goal kick.

Then, Dan Gallimore intercepted and sent Marcus Carver down the right, driving half the length of the pitch before winning an attacking throw.

From the resultant throw, the Iron squeezed in a delivery, Nuttall rose highest and powered a header towards goal from around 15 yards out. The effort was blocked by Wealdstone skipper Jack Cook though.

With six minutes played, Carver almost seized on a loose ball from Cook’s miscued back header, but Miguel Freckleton was alert and managed to gather and clear.

A minute later, Tom Pugh and Carver combined down the right before teeing up Gallimore. His first-time cross into the area was well dealt with by home goalkeeper Samuel Howes.

The eighth minute saw the first effort of the game for Wealdstone as the ball was played forward for Max Krertzschmar, who took a first touch onto his left foot before sending an effort sailing over the bar from 20-yards.

The Iron pressed high and forced a mistake on 10 minutes, resulting in the first corner of the game. Andrew Boyce recycled the corner and looped in a delivery. Nuttall shrugged off his man before crashing a half-volley wide of the target, but he was penalised for a foul in the meantime.

Then, three minutes later, at the other end, Kretzschmar headed wide of the target for the hosts following a right-winged cross from Micah Obiero.

In the 16th minute, Wealdstone played a corner short before a low delivery into the box. The goalbound shot was deflected wide for a corner, which was later headed away by Nuttall.

The Iron took the lead with 20 minutes played as the hosts failed to clear their lines on the right, Pugh was able to bring the ball down and turn. He then threaded the ball through for Lavery, who latched onto the pass inside the box and coolly drilled the ball into the net for his third Iron goal.

However, just there minutes later, there was a penalty for Wealdstone. The hosts levelled as Kretzchmar slotted the spot-kick straight down the middle. A decision to look back on though, as George Taft looked to have clearly played the ball.

Four minutes later, former Iron forward Olufela Olomola headed the ball wide of the target following a cross from the left channel.

On 29 minutes, there was neat build-up from the Iron down the right, which first involved Dan Gallimore and Pugh, along with Butterfield. He provided the pass between the lines for Carver who slotted a ball to the edge for Nuttall. He fired over though.

After a strong of corners for the hosts, on 40 minutes, Carver headed a set-play away before the following delivery into the box from the left was headed wide by Kretzschmar.

Then, in the 36th minute, Dewhurst covered his goal as Charles whipped a free-kick in towards goal from a wide angle. The effort sailed across goal and wide.

Five minutes later, the Iron won a corner down the right, with Nuttall sending a header wide from the set-piece.

With 44 minutes gone, Nuttall went in for a loose ball with the home goalkeeper after neat play from the Iron. It sparked a reaction from the home support. The referee consulted the assistant, and Nuttall was shown a straight red card, for challenging for the ball on the ground.

Early in the second period, Dewhurst denied Kretzschmar with an early effort from the edge of the box which took a slight deflection from Boyce.

Then, on the left side, Lewis Kinsella latched onto a cleared cross to lash an effort wide with his left boot from 18-yards. Pugh was chasing him down and did well to put him off, throwing his body in the way.

In the 54th minute, the hosts won a corner which Olomola headed over the crossbar.

Two minutes after, there was superb combination play from Pugh and Carver, which started at the edge of the Iron’s box. Both interchanged from box-to-box before the hosts just managed to thwart Carver from shooting.

Soon after, Freckleton took aim from range, drilling his effort across goal and wide of the target.

There was a Scunthorpe change on the hour mark, as Carver was replaced by Apter.

Soon after, there was a corner to the Iron as Pugh and Butterfield fed Lavery. He spread play to Apter who saw his effort deflected behind.

On 63 minutes, Beestin had a shot blocked in amongst the Iron’s attack, but the hosts then broke with O’Malley clearing one dangerous ball before Olomola saw a low drive deflected behind for a Wealdstone corner.

They soon took the lead though, as Micah Obiero controlled a loose ball in the area before volleying emphatically into the top corner.

Then, on 70 minutes, Olomola headed in from close range as the hosts squeezed in a cross from the left.

There was a Scunthorpe change straight after, with Colin Daniel replacing Lavery.

On 80 minutes, Butterfield came close to pulling one back, working space around the edge of the area, before pulling the trigger and firing low, across goal, but wide.

Straight after, he had another go after receiving the ball again, but his effort was blocked by a home defender.

In the 83rd minute, Jai Rowe come on for Beestin in the final Iron change,

Soon after, Olomola was played in down the left of the Iron area and tried to clip an effort past Dewhurst, but the United goalkeeper was equal to it.

Then, a home player headed over the bar following a cross from the left. Simeon Akinola also came close at the death, with his shot from inside the area blocked by O'Malley as he looked to add a fourth.

Daniel brought the ball down and fired goalwards for a late Iron opportunity, but Howes got down to save.

Scunthorpe return to action next Saturday when they host Notts County (12.30pm kick-off).

WEALDSTONE: Howes, Cook, Kinsella, Charles, Freckleton, Allarakhia, Olomola, Obiero (Akinola, 68), Dyer (McGregor, 68), Kretzchmar (Ferguson, 77), Barker.

SUBS NOT USED: Barrett, Mundle-Smith.

IRON: Dewhurst, O'Malley, Boyce, Beestin (Rowe, 85), Nuttall, Carver (Apter, 60), Lavery (Daniel, 71), Taft, Butterfield, Gallimore, Pugh.

SUBS NOT USED: Foster, Young.


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Ticket News

Wealdstone away tickets on sale via home club

26 November 2022

Wealdstone have made tickets for our Vanarama National League away game at Grosvenor Vale on Saturday, November 26th available via their website.

United fans will be able to buy their tickets for the game by clicking here. Supporters are reminded to ensure they are selecting away standing or seating when they make their purchase.

Iron fans are situated behind one goal, with a seated allocation of 369 and a maximum standing allocation of 656 tickets.

Wealdstone advise all supporters to purchase their tickets in advance of the game.

Adult £17
Concession* £12
19-23s £10
Under-18s £7

*Concessions apply to people aged 65 or over on 1st July 2022 or Students in possession a valid NUS card as at 1st July 2022. Full information at the bottom of the page.

Disabled supporters with a carer must purchase a concession ticket and access a free carer ticket following the purchase by e-mailing with the reference number.

Wealdstone have also advised us they  are able to take cash and card payments at the turnstile and at the catering outlet.


Meanwhile, the Iron are taking interest for official coach travel for this game. 

For more details, or to register your interest please email


18-23, under 18s and under 16s tickets

Please note that ID will be required at the turnstile along with your ticket to demonstrate you are eligible.

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Car Parking

On site field parking is avaialble for the price of £5 (cash only). Please park responsibly especially if using local roads. Better still, make use of the excellent public transport options.


Hot and cold food and drinks will be available to purchase outside the ground and inside the ground in both home and away sections.

Concession Tickets

Available for those aged 65+ and for mature Students (ID Required). For younger students, it is cheaper to purchase a 18-23, under 18s or under 16s ticket.

If you are a current Season Ticket holder for a Premier League, or English Football League club you can gain admission to a Stones home National League match for just £12 on production of the ST at the Turnstile. Similarly, if you are member of the Armed Services or a Season Ticket holder of another Club (except our Match day opponents) you can gain entry to a National League game for £12 by showing your ID/ST card at the turnstile.

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