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Step 6 side express anger after youths damage dugouts, abuse staff and ruin pitch with bikes

A non league side from step 6 has been left angry after local youth caused damaged to their stadium last week.

That club was Penn & Tylers Green from near Beaconsfield, who took to Twitter to write their frustration along with adding photos of some of what the culprits caused.

They wrote: “Exasperated. Once again we have been ‘visited’ by local youths. They have verbally abused club staff, trashed litter & cycled on the relaid pitches and damaged property including expensive dugouts. Do they really have nothing better to do?”

Just less than a week ago, the hard work was being made to the pitch.

The club wrote: “After extensive work and a lot of outlay, the main pitch is looking great, it will remain untouched till the start of the season so should be in amazing condition!”.

It seems they aren’t the only ones to have had trouble at their ground this summer.

Nearby side Marlow United replied: “Our newly laid pitches at Gossmore Lane had a visit by some moped riding morons too! Share your pain!”

Two weeks ago, Kidlington FC vented out their anger after a video of a group of kids vandalising their ground was posted on social media.

The Southern League Division One Central side from Oxfordshire uploaded footage they received showing one immature lad spray painting a big penis onto the concrete, and another mindless person doing a second drawing of the body part into the stand.

Kidlington wrote a caption on Twitter with the video, it simply read: “No words required! ?”


After seeing the photos of the damage local youth caused to Penn & Tylers Green’s ground recently, fans and football clubs took to sympathise with the Hellenic League side – find out on they had to say on the next page.


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