REPORT: Hawks 3 Truro City 2

Whitehawk boss Steve King was delighted with his Whitehawk side after they continued their great start to 2018 against play-off hopefuls Truro City. Goals courtesy of Kodi Lyons-Foster, an own goal and Gold Omotayo saw the Hawks come from 2-1 down to win 3-2 and make it three wins from their last four games. The […]

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Hawks Strike Gold With Another Win

Oxford City 0 Whitehawk 1 Omotayo 58’ Shots On Target: 3-6 Shots Off Target: 6-5 Corners: 6-6 Fouls Committed: 8-11 Offside: 2-0 Yellow Cards: 1-2 Red Cards: 0-0 Steve King was full of praise for his Whitehawk side as they registered their second win of the season away at Oxford City. Gold Omotayo made it […]

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King: We Deserved The Win

Steve King hailed his Whitehawk side after witnessing them win their first three points of the season away at Eastbourne Borough. After going behind to Gavin McCallum’s header, the Hawks produced a fine fightback, and were well worth the three points with their second half performance. Gold Omotayo scored twice, with substitute Elliot Benyon marking […]

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Hawks Strike Gold In Eastbourne

A great performance saw Whitehawk seal their first win of the National League South season away at local rivals Eastbourne Borough. After going behind to Gavin McCallum’s header, the Hawks produced a fine fightback, certainly uncharacteristic of their lowly league position. Gold Omotayo scored twice, with substitute Elliot Benyon marking his debut with a fine […]

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Boxing Day penalty gift does for Hawks

Hawks’ boss Steve King gave Swiss striker Gold Omotayo his first start, going with two strikers in a bid for a first league win in the last match of 2017. Ramone Rose returned at right back, while in central defence Zac Fagan got his second start alongside home debutant Yannis Ambroisine, with George Essuman having […]

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10-men Hawks out-scored in Essex

Hawks’ boss Steve King brought in four new players in advance of the visit to Essex, with three of them named in the starting line-up. Yannis Ambroisine and Nathaniel Oseni formed part of a new look back four, while the experienced Nat Pinney started up front. Gold Omotayo had to be content with a place […]

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