The Non - League thread

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Re: The Non - League thread

by Four Of Clubs » 17 Mar 2019 19:52

Zammo Bought a Didcot Town season ticket last summer and boy, are we being entertained !!


..... indeed 95' leveller against the leaders :D

... Missed the chance of getting to the Loop before the end of this season - Diddy have only got 7 league games left and none of them midweek :|

..... unless I fancy watching the Dev side vs Woodley early next month.....

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Re: The Non - League thread

by John Smith » 18 Mar 2019 11:05

North Ferriby fold then.

Shame Nottingham Forest can't follow suit

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Re: The Non - League thread

by AthleticoSpizz » 18 Mar 2019 17:42

ex-chairman looking to launch a rescue package, apparently the winding-up order was the result of non payment of a debt less than £8k.

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Re: The Non - League thread

by Jerry St Clair » 20 Mar 2019 17:05

Not much shadenfreude on here about our old friends from the Rec staring relegation in the face as they now find themselves 10 points from safety in the National League. Tehy have a couple of 6-pointers coming upp against Borehamwood and Dover with a possible humdinger on the last day at second bottom Maidstone. Lovely stuff.

All the bottom four (indeed bottom six) in the NL are southerners so Gloucester City, if they survive in National League South, will almost certainly be bounced back to National League North where they were a couple of years ago. Sadly, it looks like they won't be enjoying a visit from FCUM's 'interesting' travelling support - they're going down by the look of it.

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Re: The Non - League thread

by KentRoyal » 20 Mar 2019 19:02

Jerry St Clair Not much shadenfreude on here about our old friends from the Rec staring relegation in the face as they now find themselves 10 points from safety in the National League. Tehy have a couple of 6-pointers coming upp against Borehamwood and Dover with a possible humdinger on the last day at second bottom Maidstone. Lovely stuff.

All the bottom four (indeed bottom six) in the NL are southerners so Gloucester City, if they survive in National League South, will almost certainly be bounced back to National League North where they were a couple of years ago. Sadly, it looks like they won't be enjoying a visit from FCUM's 'interesting' travelling support - they're going down by the look of it.

Going to see the Kent derby (stones vs ebbsfleet) a time the weekend, should be good game. All or nothing for Maidstone now


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Re: The Non - League thread

by Tad Showbiz » 21 Mar 2019 13:45

Jerry St Clair Not much shadenfreude on here about our old friends from the Rec staring relegation in the face as they now find themselves 10 points from safety in the National League. Tehy have a couple of 6-pointers coming upp against Borehamwood and Dover with a possible humdinger on the last day at second bottom Maidstone. Lovely stuff.

All the bottom four (indeed bottom six) in the NL are southerners so Gloucester City, if they survive in National League South, will almost certainly be bounced back to National League North where they were a couple of years ago. Sadly, it looks like they won't be enjoying a visit from FCUM's 'interesting' travelling support - they're going down by the look of it.


Presumably Oxford City will get moved back to the NLN as well if the bottom four in NL remains completely southern.

Anyone's guess what the FA decide if Gloucester City are relegated from NLS.

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Re: The Non - League thread

by Rea Ding » 22 Mar 2019 22:40

Sadly I think Ox City are certain to move to NLN :cry:

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Re: The Non - League thread

by Four Of Clubs » 23 Mar 2019 12:07

NL Results
[soz serious Edit Fail - somehow managed to 'wipe' my Preview with this post - doubt it was anything too insightful :lol: ]

Saturday 23rd March

FAT S-F 2nd Legs
1 A.F.C. Telford 1-2 Leyton Orient (agg 1-3)
2 Stockport County 2-3 A.F.C. Fylde (agg 2-3)
FAV S-F 2nd Leg
1 Canterbury City 1-1 Cray Valley (P.M.) (agg 1-2)
FAV S-F 1st Leg
Sun 24th Northwich Victoria 1-1 Chertsey Townatt 1,288 - 2nd leg next Saturday

NAT
Boreham Wood 0-2 Aldershot Town – Goddard and Rendell pen 2nd half
NATN
Brackley Town 3-1 Kidderminster Harriers
NATS
Billericay Town 1-2 Hungerford Town 2 in the last 5’ both scored by Orsi-Dadomo, snatch very late victory for the 'Crusaders'
Concord Rangers 0-1 Torquay United
Dartford 2-2 Hampton & Richmond Borough
Eastbourne Borough 0-0 Bath City
Hemel Hempstead Town 3-2 East Thurrock United
Oxford City 4-1 Dulwich Hamlet
St Albans City 1-2 Gloucester City
Truro City 0-3 Chelmsford City
Wealdstone 1-0 Chippenham Town
Weston-super-Mare 0-1 Welling United
Woking 0-1 Slough Town1st half goal from young Francis Amartey that’s 2 in 4 games for the former Beaconsfield/Flackwell lad – knocks ‘Cards’ off of the top with Torquay’s win at Concord.

ILP
Corinthian-Casuals 0-0 Dorking Wanderers att 482 Wanderers are still 11 points clear of …..
Haringey Borough 3-1 Enfield Town att 875
IL1-SC
Ashford Town (Middx) 0-1 Uxbridge
Bedfont Sports 3-0 Westfield
Chalfont St Peter 1-2 Northwood
Egham Town 0-3 South Park
Hayes & Yeading United 1-0 Bracknell Town att 416
Hertford Town 2-2 Marlow - att 212 ‘Blues’ led early on, were pegged back – re-took the lead on 85 (Mealing) only for Hertford, under new management, to level on 96’

- Made it to the outskirts of/suburbia between, Basildon and Sarfend for :-
ISTHMIAN ONE North: Bowers & Pitsea {NINE} 9-0 Barking – didn’t see this coming – visitors were in eighth and we’d seen them win comfortably, 4-0 away on our last trip over this way – up at Basildon.
- Though it was easy to see why B&P are streets clear at the top of this division. Will be an interesting clash next year if either or both of Hayes/Bracknell make it up into the Premier with them.
- also have a 3G surface and plenty of scope to improve the ground - though it is tucked away on a narrow-roaded cul de sac bound estate, not a million miles in aspect from our own dear Whitley.


SLP-C
Banbury United 1-2 Biggleswade Town – winning goal on 97’
SLP-S
Basingstoke Town 2-2 Metropolitan Police
Beaconsfield Town 4-3 Gosport Borough
Farnborough 3-2 Tiverton Town
Hendon 0-2 Hartley Wintneyanother for Mitch Parker
Merthyr Town {NINE} 9-0 Staines Town – 8-0 at H/T – if the goal times on the Evostik site are correct, the first four goals to Traylor inside the opening 12’ !!
The ninth goal was scored on 50’. :o


Salisbury 1-1 Chesham United
Walton Casuals
2-3 Dorchester Town
Weymouth 2-1 Swindon Supermarine
SL1-C
Aylesbury United 1-4 Bedford Town
Berkhamsted 5-1 Didcot Towndidn’t expect this either – ‘Berko’ , who played much of this game with 10 men, are chasing a PO spot themselves – Diddy stay in 4th for the moment but wins for Sutton C’field, Coleshill and Bedford close the gap

Bromsgrove Sporting 2-1 Corby att 1576 - 1st vs 3rd and the crowd were comfortably bigger than the rest of the divisions' attendances for the day added together! Indeed it was several hundred greater than any match across this league and all of STEP03/04 save South Shields who brought in a couple of hundred more for their Northern Premier clash vs Hyde.

Dunstable Town 0-3 Kidlington
Kempston Rovers 3-0 Aylesbury
North Leigh 2-5 Sutton Coldfield Town
Thame United 0-2 Coleshill Town
SL1-S
Fleet Town 1-4 Cirencester Town
Highworth Town 1-1 Mangotsfield United
Larkhall Athletic 0-1 Winchester City
Thatcham Town 1-0 Blackfield & Langley – creditable result against the morning’s leaders – Yate eased to a 3-0 win over Paulton to re-take top spot.

CCLP
AFC Hayes 3-1 Balham
Camberley Town 0-2 Abbey Rangers
CB Hounslow United
3-1 Colliers Wood United
Cobham 2-2 Southall
Guildford City
1-2 Banstead Athletic
Hanworth Villa 4-0 Redhill
Raynes Park Vale 3-1 Walton & Hersham
Spelthorne Sports
1-3 Knaphill
Sutton Common Rovers 3-3 Badshot Lea
CCL1
Ash United 2-1 Cove
Bedfont & Feltham
2-4 Farnham Town
Dorking Wanderers Res 1-3 Chessington & Hook United
Eversley & California 2-3 Sandhurst Town
Frimley Green
2-2 British Airways
Godalming Town 1-3 Fleet Spurs – successive wins pulls Spurs away from the bottom – now re-occupied by Cove; with E&C dropping to 2nd bottom.
Kensington Borough 1-0 Tooting Bec

HELLP
Brimscombe & Thrupp 0-0 Wantage Town att 157 ‘Freds’ stay 5 points behind leaders B&T but have 3 games in hand. Hosts only have 2 games left : away at Brackley Saints and at home to strugglers Ab Utd. This last game KOs at 18:00 on Easter SUNDAY, as they are part of the Hellenic Hop over the BH w/e.
Wantage are scheduled to play their 5 remaining league games in April – finishing at Stag Meadow (vs Windsor) on the 22nd (Easter Monday)


Fairford Town 1-2 Binfield
Holmer Green
3-1 Lydney Town
Longlevens 1-2 Windsor
Royal Wootton Bassett Town 0-4 Ascot United
Shrivenham
3-0 Ardley United
Tuffley Rovers 1-1 Flackwell Heath
HELL1E
Chalvey Sports 1-2 Milton United
Chinnor
2-3 Penn & Tylers Greenthis defeat ensures Chinnor will finish bottom – they may even face relegation but the numbers are in their favour. I’m sure the Hellenic will stick with creating a larger STEP06 league and probably promote anyone eligible from Div 2 (currently only Langley – unless they want to advance more reserve/DEV sides) without sending anyone the other way.

Didcot Town Development 0-1 AFC Aldermaston
Holyport 7-0 Abingdon Town - that’s an aggregate 14-0 in ‘port’s favour against the sorry Abbots over two weekends
Wallingford Town 0-3 Burnham Blues have two games left need another win to secure the title. They travel to the Loop to play Diddy ‘Dev’ on Sat week and finish at home to bottom side Chinnor.

Woodley United 1-2 Thame Rangers
HELL2E
Stokenchurch 2-1 Taplow United


WESSP
Andover New Street 2-3 Brockenhurst
Hamble Club 2-1 Tadley Calleva
Sholing 0-1 Alresford Town att 172 – remarkably this was Sholing’s first league defeat of the season – with two games in hand, they are still 19 points clear of 2nd placed Horndean– who also lost at Shaftesbury.
This was their 5th game in 9 days..... :shock: and they play their remaining 9 league games in the next four weeks.
A win would have given them the title; they still have two games this month to secure it before they travel to Horndean on the 2nd April. They(Sholing) may be Champions by then - if Horndean slip up in the meantime at Team Solent or Tadley – having picked up the necessary three points, either with a win at Hamble Club, next Wed or at home to relegation-threatened Bemerton on the 30th.


WESS1
Andover Town 1-3 Ringwood Town
Laverstock & Ford 3-0 Alton
Petersfield Town
2-0 Totton & Eling
Whitchurch United 3-3 East Cowes Victoria

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Re: The Non - League thread

by John Smith » 26 Mar 2019 13:20

Old Man Andrews .

Two utterly monumental games in the National League Premier tonight - you would have to think this is the last roll of the dice for Aldershot? Would a Maidenhead win be enough to secure survival? Which way do you see the following two games going, OMA?

Barnet v Aldershot Town
Maidenhead United v Havant and Waterlooville


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Re: The Non - League thread

by Old Man Andrews » 26 Mar 2019 13:24

John Smith
Old Man Andrews .

Two utterly monumental games in the National League Premier tonight - you would have to think this is the last roll of the dice for Aldershot? Would a Maidenhead win be enough to secure survival? Which way do you see the following two games going, OMA?

Barnet v Aldershot Town
Maidenhead United v Havant and Waterlooville


Thanks John.

Barnet v Aldershot - End of the line for Aldershot, I think Barnet will have too much for them and pretty much kill off any chance of Aldershot staying up. 3-1 home win.

Maidenhead v Havant and Waterlooville - Maidenhead have been playing much better in 2019 and are punching well above their weight in the division, good on them I say. I see a 2-1 home win.

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Re: The Non - League thread

by AthleticoSpizz » 27 Mar 2019 07:34

Decent shouts.

Shots good as down, ‘head good as safe :)

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Re: The Non - League thread

by John Smith » 27 Mar 2019 09:49

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Old Man Andrews .

Two utterly monumental games in the National League Premier tonight - you would have to think this is the last roll of the dice for Aldershot? Would a Maidenhead win be enough to secure survival? Which way do you see the following two games going, OMA?

Barnet v Aldershot Town
Maidenhead United v Havant and Waterlooville


Thanks John.

Barnet v Aldershot - End of the line for Aldershot, I think Barnet will have too much for them and pretty much kill off any chance of Aldershot staying up. 3-1 home win.

Maidenhead v Havant and Waterlooville - Maidenhead have been playing much better in 2019 and are punching well above their weight in the division, good on them I say. I see a 2-1 home win.

Hat's off to you.

Is that it for Aldershot then? Where do they go from here? Some distasteful scenes at the end by all accounts with George Elokobi playing peacemaker between players and some quite understandably disgruntled fans. A sour, difficult and unsightly end to a poor season in North London.

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by Sutekh » 27 Mar 2019 09:59

Maidenhead now up to 18th and a win would put both Chesterfield and Barnet, relegated from the FL last season, behind them.


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Re: The Non - League thread

by Old Man Andrews » 27 Mar 2019 10:18

John Smith
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John Smith Two utterly monumental games in the National League Premier tonight - you would have to think this is the last roll of the dice for Aldershot? Would a Maidenhead win be enough to secure survival? Which way do you see the following two games going, OMA?

Barnet v Aldershot Town
Maidenhead United v Havant and Waterlooville


Thanks John.

Barnet v Aldershot - End of the line for Aldershot, I think Barnet will have too much for them and pretty much kill off any chance of Aldershot staying up. 3-1 home win.

Maidenhead v Havant and Waterlooville - Maidenhead have been playing much better in 2019 and are punching well above their weight in the division, good on them I say. I see a 2-1 home win.

Hat's off to you.

Is that it for Aldershot then? Where do they go from here? Some distasteful scenes at the end by all accounts with George Elokobi playing peacemaker between players and some quite understandably disgruntled fans. A sour, difficult and unsightly end to a poor season in North London.


Yeah Aldershot are done. I feel sorry for their youth teams which will no doubt be folded in cost saving measures.

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Re: The Non - League thread

by Four Of Clubs » 30 Mar 2019 11:14

NL Fixtures

Saturday 30th March

FAV S-F 2nd Leg
Chertsey Town v Northwich Victoria (1st leg 1-1)

NAT
12.35 Aldershot Town v AFC Fylde
FC Halifax Town v Maidenhead United
NATN
Southport v Brackley Town – ‘Saints’ currently up to 3rd but 6 pts behind Stockport and 10 adrift of leaders Chorley
NATS
Bath City v Woking
Chelmsford City v Oxford City
Concord Rangers v Weston-super-Mare
Dartford v Truro City
Dulwich Hamlet v Billericay Town
East Thurrock United v Chippenham Town
Gloucester City v Welling United
Hampton & Richmond Borough v Hungerford Town
Hemel Hempstead Town v Eastbourne Borough
Slough Town v St Albans City
Torquay United v Wealdstone

ILP
Brightlingsea Regent v Dorking Wanderers
IL1-SC
Ashford Town (Middx) v South Park
Bedfont Sports v Cheshunt
FC Romania v Hayes & Yeading United - H&Y only 4 points from securing the title now - though a win here and a draw at Marlow's Oak Tree Rd this PM would give them the title.
Marlow v Bracknell Town 3rd v 2nd
Molesey v Waltham Abbey
Northwood v Egham Town
Uxbridge v Tooting & Mitcham United
Ware v Chalfont St Peter
Westfield v Hanwell Town

SLP-C
St Neots Town v Banbury United
SLP-S
Chesham United v Taunton Town – ‘Generals’ picked up another valuable three points at Tiverton on Tuesday and are up to 10th
Dorchester Town v Beaconsfield Town
Frome Town v Farnborough
Hartley Wintney v Weymouth – HW beaten 1-2 at Kings Langley midweek, host current leaders
Staines Town v Salisbury
Swindon Supermarine v Walton Casuals
Wimborne Town v Basingstoke Town
SL1-C
Aylesbury v Yaxley
Bedford Town v Thame United – Thame beaten 0-1 at the ASM by Peterborough Sports midweek – visitors go top
Coleshill Town v North Leigh - 'Nor Lye' host Oxford City in the County Senior Cup semi-Final this Wednesday (I think) - winners meet Banbury in the Final at the end of April.
Didcot Town v Bromsgrove Sporting
Kidlington v Aylesbury United
SL1-S
Cinderford Town v Highworth Town
Moneyfields v Thatcham Town
Winchester City
v Fleet Town

CCLP
Badshot Lea v Redhill
Banstead Athletic v Camberley Town
Colliers Wood United v AFC Hayes
Guildford City v Balham
Knaphill v Abbey Rangers
Spelthorne Sports
v Sutton Common Rovers
Walton & Hersham v Hanworth Villa
CCL1
Bagshot v Ash United
Eversley & California
v Frimley Green
Farnham Town
v Sandhurst Town
Fleet Spurs
v Bedfont & Feltham
Godalming Town
v Kensington Borough
Sheerwater v Chessington & Hook United
Tooting Bec v Epsom & Ewell

HELLP
Bishops Cleeve v Flackwell Heath - 'Heathans' dumped out of the Floodlit Cup at the Semi-Final stage on Monday at Ardley. Ascot won 4-2 at Brackley Saints the following night, to book their Semi-Final place H vs Binfield - the game should be played this coming Tuesday (2nd)

Brackley Town Saints v Fairford Town
Longlevens v Abingdon United
Royal Wootton Bassett Town v Holmer Green
Tuffley Rovers v Binfield
Windsor
v Lydney Town
HELL1E
AFC Aldermaston v Wokingham & Emmbrook
Milton United
v Abingdon Town
- Saw the reverse fixture last Tuesday up at Culham Rd – Ab Town evidently managed to get out a strong XI and grabbed a much needed 3-2 win.
- I do hope the ‘Abbots’ can keep it going for next year: this is a great old venue, as I’ve probably burbled on about several times in the past.
- A fellow anorak that I encounter regularly around the Hants/Berks borders, was making his first trip here and concurred it was a magnificent relic to old-style NL ‘stadia’ :)


Thame Rangers v Penn & Tylers Green
Woodley United
v Holyport

HELL Supplementary S-F
Stokenchurch v Wallingford Town
- the other S-F is an all Western affair, this Tuesday, between Easington Sports (nr Banbury) and Thornbury (up N of Bristol) - 19:30 KO Tue 2nd April

WESSP
Alresford Town v Team Solent
Andover New Street v Bashley
Tadley Calleva v Horndean
- Sholing sewed up the title with a 1-0 win at Hamble Club on Tuesday
WESS1
Amesbury Town v Whitchurch United
East Cowes Victoria v Petersfield Town
New Milton Town v Alton
United Services Portsmouth v Andover Town

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by mx » 30 Mar 2019 18:24

Winchester City 3-0 Fleet Town

Haven't been for a while and was hoping for a bit more after some big wins. I'm surprised Fleet are bottom, they didn't look that bad. One of those frustrating games when we were on top, but couldn't find the final pass. As soon as we scored the first goal, things started coming together though.

Winch have picked up 27 points from our last 10 games, goals for 32, against 5. The form tables all look very pretty, and unless something goes badly wrong, we should make the play offs now. 8)

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by Royal Rother » 30 Mar 2019 22:05

Windsor 1-0 Lydney Town

Dan Roberts with the goal (of course) in what was a reasonably comfortable win despite the closeness of the scoreline.

When Roberts goes to Slough who will score the goals?

That question may have been answered today. 18yo Jack Gibson came on with about 20mins left and looked like he has something. Strong, quick, battling and definitely not overawed playing men’s football for the first time. He has scored 9 goals in the last 2 U18s games so he can stick it in the net when the opportunity presents. I look forward to seeing him again.

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Re: The Non - League thread

by Four Of Clubs » 31 Mar 2019 21:12

NL Results:

Saturday 30th March

FAV S-F 2nd Leg
Chertsey Town 0-0 Northwich Victoria att 1680 - aet. Chertsey Win 5-3 on pens :D
- So we have an all-southern Vase Final for the first time since 06/07 season.
- Will be the first match on Non-League Finals Day Sunday19th May 12:15 KO, as an aperatif for the Trophy Final between Orient and Fylde
- the latter won the Vase as Kirkham & Wesham in 07/08.


NAT
Aldershot Town 0-0 AFC Fylde – Sh!ts 11 points from safety, as Dover drew @ Solihull and Boreham Wood won away @ Barrow
FC Halifax Town 0-1 Maidenhead United – 72’ pen (Obileye) – ‘Magpies’ now 11 points clear of the last four with only 5 games left.
NATN
Southport 0-0 Brackley Town
NATS
Bath City 1-1 Woking
Chelmsford City 2-1 Oxford City
Concord Rangers 3-0 Weston-super-Mare
Dartford 1-1 Truro City
Dulwich Hamlet 2-2 Billericay Town
East Thurrock United 2-1 Chippenham Town
Gloucester City 0-1 Welling United
Hampton & Richmond Borough 0-3 Hungerford Town great win at relegation rivals; 2 from ex-Wokkers, Marlow & Binfield man Rusby.
- Crusaders have now won three in a row and are up 18th, only 2 points behind their hosts but more importantly 2 clear of the drop zone.


Hemel Hempstead Town 3-2 Eastbourne Borough
Slough Town 2-2 St Albans City
Torquay United 3-2 Wealdstone

ILP
Brightlingsea Regent 0-2 Dorking Wanderers
IL1-SC
Ashford Town (Middx) 1-2 South Park
Bedfont Sports 2-2 Cheshunt
FC Romania 0-2 Hayes & Yeading United
Marlow
0-1 Bracknell Townatt 380 Joe Gator scored the only goal on 13’
Molesey 2-0 Waltham Abbey
Northwood 0-2 Egham Town – ‘Sarnies’ first win, indeed their first points, away from home this season – they are all but down anyway. They languish 12 points adrift with only 6 left to play. Currently looks as if Molesey will accompany them on the trip back down to the CCL, with Sutton Common Rovers coming in the opposite direction behind Chertsey?

Uxbridge 0-1 Tooting & Mitcham United
Ware 4-1 Chalfont St Peter
Westfield
1-1 Hanwell Town

SLP-C
St Neots Town 0-3 Banbury United
SLP-S
Chesham United 0-1 Taunton Town
Dorchester Town 1-3 Beaconsfield Town
Frome Town 2-3 Farnborough boro steal it with an 88’ pen
Hartley Wintney 0-3 Weymouth
Metropolitan Police 2-0 Merthyr Town
Poole Town 0-2 Hendon
Staines Town 1-7 Salisbury – total contrast to last weeks' hammering – this week Staines were level at HT but shipped 6 in the 2nd half – 5 in the last 20’
Swindon Supermarine 2-1 Walton Casuals
Tiverton Town 1-2 Kings Langley
Wimborne Town 2-4 Basingstoke Town important win at fellow strugglers
SL1-C
AFC Dunstable 0-5 Peterborough Sports - leaders still tearing away at the top
Aylesbury 0-1 Yaxley
Bedford Town 3-1 Thame United
Coleshill Town 0-4 North Leigh – very surprising win at PO chasers – Nor Lye stay bottom though – still 6 points from safety with only 5 games remaining. I doubt they are too upset at the prospect of settling back into the relatively quiet back-waters of the Hellenic. They've found the recently enlarged footprint of the Southern League, crippling financially. Amazing that a village of barely 2,000 should have maintained a place at STEP04 for so long. (11 years now) and until last season never out of the top ten.

Didcot Town 1-2 Bromsgrove Sporting
Kidlington 2-4 Aylesbury United
SL1-S
Cinderford Town 3-1 Highworth Town
Moneyfields 0-0 Thatcham Town
Winchester City
3-0 Fleet Town

CCLP
Badshot Lea 1-1 Redhill
Banstead Athletic 2-1 Camberley Town
Colliers Wood United 2-1 AFC Hayes
Guildford City 4-0 Balham - played at Horley Town as their usual ‘hired’ venues were in use
Knaphill 0-1 Abbey Rangers
Spelthorne Sports
0-0 Sutton Common Rovers
Walton & Hersham 3-3 Hanworth Villa
CCL1
Bagshot 0-3 Ash United
Eversley & California
2-4 Frimley Green
Farnham Town
2-0 Sandhurst Town
Fleet Spurs
0-0 Bedfont & Feltham
Godalming Town
2-2 Kensington Borough
Sheerwater 3-2 Chessington & Hook United
Tooting Bec 4-1 Epsom & Ewell

HELLP
Bishops Cleeve 3-2 Flackwell Heath
Brackley Town Saints
2-1 Fairford Town
Longlevens 3-1 Abingdon United
Royal Wootton Bassett Town 4-2 Holmer Green
Tuffley Rovers 2-1 Binfield
Windsor
1-0 Lydney Town
HELL1E
AFC Aldermaston 1-2 Wokingham & Emmbrook
Milton United
{EIGHT} 8-0 Abingdon Town
Thame Rangers
0-0 Penn & Tylers Green
Woodley United
1-1 Holyport

HELL Supplementary S-F
Stokenchurch 0-1 Wallingford Town

WESSP
Alresford Town 2-5 Team Solent
Andover New Street 0-3 Bashley
Tadley Calleva 1-1 Horndean
WESS1
Amesbury Town 4-0 Whitchurch United
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Re: The Non - League thread

by mx » 02 Apr 2019 22:59

Street FC have resigned from the Southern League. They are 10th in the wonderfully named Evo-Stick Southern Division One South, and say there's no financial crises or ground upgrade issues, so it sounds odd. I assume it's effective at the end of this season, and results stand. (we've beaten them 5-0 and 2-0, so I hope so)

Guess they drop down to the Western League, whence they came.

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Re: The Non - League thread

by Royal Rother » 04 Apr 2019 07:11

Windsor 3-0 Brackley Town Saints

Possibly Windsor’s best performance of the season against promotion chasers BTS. We never really gave them a sniff.

Shame we presumably won’t have Dan Roberts next season as this squad is starting to look like potential challengers.

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