The Non - League thread

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Re: The Non - League thread

by Old Man Andrews » 11 Sep 2018 09:34

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Slight exaggeration. Just 3 rounds to go....


3 goes into 15 though.

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Re: The Non - League thread

by Tony Le Mesmer » 11 Sep 2018 10:14

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Unless im being deceived, there seems to be an unusually high number of 0-0 draws in NL this early season, especially down in the lower reaches on the pyramid. I think there were 4 in one weekend for Hellenic Prem sides. Normally its about 1 a month, if that. Might be down to the dry pitches?

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Re: The Non - League thread

by Old Man Andrews » 11 Sep 2018 10:31

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Unless im being deceived, there seems to be an unusually high number of 0-0 draws in NL this early season, especially down in the lower reaches on the pyramid. I think there were 4 in one weekend for Hellenic Prem sides. Normally its about 1 a month, if that. Might be down to the dry pitches?


Mainly due to the high levels of match fixing.

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Re: The Non - League thread

by Yellowcoat » 11 Sep 2018 14:26

Two more management gone from Billericay Town. Probably did not like being told what to do by the egomaniac Tamplin at Hemel on Saturday (even though they won). Might be joining the previously sacked manager at Maidstone though of course. The circus rolls on!

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Re: The Non - League thread

by Sutekh » 11 Sep 2018 14:34

Yellowcoat Two more management gone from Billericay Town. Probably did not like being told what to do by the egomaniac Tamplin at Hemel on Saturday (even though they won). Might be joining the previously sacked manager at Maidstone though of course. The circus rolls on!


Wasn't their last manager sacked by text 5 minutes before the end of a game earlier this season? Trust these two gentlemen didn't get the same treatment. The club is up for sale too.


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Re: The Non - League thread

by Yellowcoat » 11 Sep 2018 14:38

Wasn't their last manager sacked by text 5 minutes before the end of a game earlier this season? Trust these two gentlemen didn't get the same treatment. The club is up for sale too.[/quote]

Yep he was. Tamplin unable to find a buyer (not surprised with the money they are spending each week - 30k wages weekly at that level) so apparently looking for more new managers who he will no doubt tell what to do.

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Re: The Non - League thread

by Yellowcoat » 12 Sep 2018 23:52

Apparently Tamplin appointed yet another manager today but has sacked him already! The circus is still performing in Billericay.

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Re: The Non - League thread

by Sutekh » 13 Sep 2018 09:14

Yellowcoat Apparently Tamplin appointed yet another manager today but has sacked him already! The circus is still performing in Billericay.


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Re: The Non - League thread

by Old Man Andrews » 13 Sep 2018 09:40

Can't wait until Tamplin gets locked up, won't be too far away.


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Re: The Non - League thread

by Bonzodog » 13 Sep 2018 14:08

Hungerford v Torquay Saturday in a league fixture seems remarkable considering about 10 years ago Hungerford were in the Hellenic league and Torquay League 2. Wonder what new Torquay manager Gary Johnson will make of Bulpit Lane. Should be a decent crowd, despite their poor form the gulls fans travel in good numbers.

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Re: The Non - League thread

by Four Of Clubs » 13 Sep 2018 14:20

...as I've wangled a couple of hard-earned days off, here's the review a tad earlier than normal; for any considering a jaunt into NL
- plenty of exotic FA Vase ties about too..... :P

Saturday 15th September

FA Vase 2nd Qualifying Round

103 Amersham Town v Hanworth Villa
104 Southall v Wembley @ Ashford T (Mx)
105 Brackley Town Saints v Crawley Green ++ pens no replay
Sun 16th 106 Burton Park Wanderers v F.C. Deportivo Galicia
107 Brimsdown v Bicester Town - that's if Town can find a side - they've scratched their last two fixtures .... :?
UPDATE/EDIT: - looked closer and they've disappeared altogether from the FullTime Hellenic One East table and fixture/results have been wiped :( . The official Hellenic league site now states they have withdrawn from Div One East with immediate effect yesterday PM. No further statement has been issued to date.
- is a great shame bearing in mind how they've fought long and hard to revive themselves, after (allegedly) being kicked off their previous site close to the town by the retail development consortium that owned all of the land around them. They have battled to try and get a ground back nearer the town and have been subsisting over at Ardley for a couple of years now - even finished runners-up last term to Virginia Water but I think they declined promotion.
I suspect this gives Brimsdown a bye to 3Q, as I doubt they'll be allowed to continue participation if they've resigned from their league, even if they have the means to.


108 Leverstock Green v Raunds Town
109 Wellingborough Town v Burnham
110 Potton United v C.B. Hounslow United
111 St. Panteleimon v Long Buckby @ North Greenford Utd FC
112 Cricklewood Wanderers v North Greenford United @ Wembley FC (Vale Farm)
113 Arlesey Town v Irchester United
114 Kensington Borough v Northampton Sileby Rangers @ Leatherhead FC
Sun 16th 115 Broadfields United v Edgware Town @ Harefield Utd
116 Bedfont & Feltham v Winslow United
117 Bugbrooke St. Michaels v Spelthorne Sports
118 Rayners Lane v Thrapston Town
119 Harefield United v Oxhey Jets
120 Easington Sports v Brimscombe & Thrupp
121 Baffins Milton Rovers v New College Swindon - could be ritual slaughter here - NCS shipping 6 goals per game and BMR sit a league higher - think my mate may pick this as his choice - for what's known in Anorak terminology as a 'vulture' option 8)

122 Royal Wootton Bassett Town v Bashley
Sun 16th 13:00 123 Thame Rangers v Farnham Town
124 Tadley Calleva v Chertsey Town - good prospects here - Curfews are top of CCLP and Tadley are doing OK in their first season up at STEP05
125 Abingdon United v Alton
126 A.F.C. Stoneham v Binfield - 'Moles' picked up three points midweek, with a comfortable 3-1 win over Brackley Saints. Their hosts are based just around the corner from Eastleigh's Silverlake stadium.

127 Chipping Sodbury Town v Abbey Rangers
128 Clanfield 85 v Buckingham Athletic
129 Shrivenham v Badshot Lea
130 Malmesbury Victoria v Virginia Water ++ pens no replay
131 Cheltenham Saracens v Flackwell Heath - 'Heathens' on a poor run, beaten at Ardley midweek.
Fri 14th 132 Longlevens v Tuffley Rovers
133 Holyport v Fleet Spurs
134 Redhill v Forest Hill Park
135 Steyning Town v Punjab United ++ pens no replay
136 A.F.C. Varndeanians v Canterbury City
Sun 16th 137 Cray Valley v Hailsham Town
138 Cobham v Gravesham Boro H w/o
139 St. Francis Rangers v Lordswood
140 Sporting Club Thamesmead v Banstead Athletic
141 Tunbridge Wells v Bridon Ropes
142 Guildford City v Rusthall
143 Wick v Hackney Wick
144 Peacehaven & Telscombe v Shoreham ++ pens no replay
145 A.F.C. Uckfield Town v Southwick
146 A.C. London v Erith Town @ Whyteleafe
147 Colliers Wood United v Sidlesham
148 Saltdean United v Littlehampton Town
149 Selsey v Bearsted
150 Chatham Town v Camberley Town
151 Corinthian v Glebe
152 Chessington & Hook United v Sheerwater ++ pens no replay
153 Newhaven v Little Common
154 Sheppey United v Seaford Town
155 K Sports v Deal Town
156 East Preston v Broadbridge Heath
157 A.F.C. Croydon Athletic v Lingfield
158 Hamworthy United v Fawley
159 Roman Glass St. George v Bemerton Heath Harlequins
160 Bournemouth v Christchurch
161 Verwood Town v Alresford Town
162 Bridport v Warminster Town
163 Eversley & California v Lymington Town
164 Shortwood United v Cribbs
165 Swanage Town & Herston v Longwell Green Sports
166 Fareham Town v Corsham Town
167 Bitton v Bishops Cleeve
168 Petersfield Town v Westbury United
169 New Milton Town v Cadbury Heath
170 Totton & Eling v East Cowes Victoria Athletic
171 Sherborne Town v Almondsbury
172 Shaftesbury Town v Andover New Street
173 United Services Portsmouth v Brockenhurst
174 Buckland Athletic v Newquay ++ pens no replay
175 Odd Down v Welton Rovers
176 Radstock Town v Plymouth Parkway
177 Cullompton Rangers v Ivybridge Town
178 Sidmouth Town v Godolphin Atlantic ++ pens no replay
179 Saltash United v Axminster Town ++ pens no replay
180 Bovey Tracey v Tavistock
181 Falmouth Town v Clevedon Town
182 Bishops Lydeard v Elburton Villa
183 Exmouth Town v Bridgwater Town
184 Cheddar v Newton Abbot Spurs
185 Camelford v Bodmin Town
186 Porthleven v Torpoint Athletic
187 Wells City v A.F.C. St. Austell

NAT
AFC Fylde v Aldershot Town
Maidenhead United v FC Halifax Town
NATN
Curzon Ashton v Brackley Town - Saints in touch but Chorley opening up a big gap at the top: only dropped 2 points in their first 9 matches and are 7 pts clear of 2nd placed AFC Telford.
NATS
Billericay Town v Dartford
Chippenham Town v Gloucester City
Eastbourne Borough v Slough Town
Hungerford Town v Torquay United
Oxford City v Bath City
St Albans City v Concord Rangers
Truro City v Hampton & Richmond Borough
Wealdstone v Chelmsford City
Welling United v East Thurrock United
Weston-super-Mare v Hemel Hempstead Town
Woking v Dulwich Hamlet
- Woking lead the table by 3 pts from 'ricay - Sluff sat comfortably in 10th with Oxford City lower mid-table and Hungerford just outside the drop zone currently occupied by East Thurrock, Truro & W-S-M

ILP-S
Dorking Wanderers v AFC Hornchurch
IL1-SC
Bedfont Sports v Chalfont St Peter
Bracknell Town v Northwood - 'Robins' looking for 5 from 5 - a great start coupled with together with 2 wins in the Velocity (Bostik Isthmian) League Trophy: bt Horsham 3-1 last week & previously overcame Kingstonian on pens @ Larges La after a 3-3 draw - hat-trick from Adam Cornell - 'Woods' are W2 L2

Egham Town v Hertford Town
Hanwell Town v Chipstead
Marlow v FC Romania
- saw Blues overcome the 'Ducks' from Aylesbury on Tue night in an FA Cup Replay at a drizzly Oak Tree Rd
- match taken to ET but Marlow were far more effective with the ball - lots of ex- and current- Reading League 'faces' in Marlow's line-up.
All time legend big Cliff Hercules up in the stand cheer-leading for Aylesbury :D :D - his son Max was playing for the visitors and scored a late equaliser in normal time.
- he engaged in some great good-natured banter with the local yoof who sat up behind the few 'Ducks' fans present - giving plenty of noisy support to counter theirs.
- there are nights when following NL, as a (slightly) neutral viewer reaps it's rewards:- on this occasion, I was certainly rooting for Marlow, so was more engaged than usual . Thoroughly enjoyed it :mrgreen: - have to say the Alfred Davis Ground is also one of my faves.


Molesey v Westfield
Tooting & Mitcham United v Ashford Town (Middx)
Uxbridge v Ware
Waltham Abbey v Hayes & Yeading United

SLP-S
Basingstoke Town v Wimborne Town - Town progressed in their midweek Cup replay 2-0 vs Paulton
Beaconsfield Town v Dorchester Town
Farnborough v Frome Town
Salisbury v Staines Town
Taunton Town v Chesham United
Walton Casuals v Swindon Supermarine
Weymouth v Hartley Wintney - Hartley shared 6 goals with Beaconsfield @ Holloways Pk, on Tuesday's league meeting
SLP-C
Banbury United v St Neots Town - Puritans currently tucked in the leading pack in 5th
SL1-C
Aylesbury United v AFC Dunstable
Berkhamsted Town v Kidlington
Dunstable Town v Aylesbury
North Leigh v Corby Town
Peterborough Sports v Didcot Town
Thame United v Barton Rovers
SL1-S
Bideford v Fleet Town
Street v Highworth Town
Thatcham Town v Barnstaple Town
Winchester City v Paulton Rovers - City needed ET to get past Premier league side Frome in their FA Cup replay on Tue

CCLP
Sutton Common Rovers v Walton and Hersham
CCL1
Bagshot v Frimley Green @ Fleet Town FC

HELLP
Fairford Town v Ascot Utd - big win in midweek 4-2 at Ab Utd - saw 'Yellamen' take over top spot from Wantage but they have played 3 games more than the Freds - Town sit bottom on one point so they should stay top.

Lydney Town v Wantage Town
HELL1E
Chinnor v Wokingham & Emmbrook
Didcot Town Development v Wallingford Town
Milton United v Penn & Tylers Green
Challenge Cup
Windsor v North Leigh United - Windsor's fluctuating season took a dip at Holmer Gn on Tue night where they went down 3-1 - should ease past Nor Lye's 2nd string in the League Cup

- worthy of a mention: though it's in the normally unfeatured 'West' section: Last w/e Tytherington Rocks bt New College 4-1 to register their first league points since 5th April 2017 - so at the back-end of 16-17 season.
They failed to gain a single point in 17-18 season but were not relegated to County level - probably due to the fact that the Hellenic League are so desperate to hang on to their floodlit members - as it were ( :? )
- having tasted success they were promptly hammered 2-7 in their next match in the Subsidiary Cup at Almondsbury :shock: :roll:


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Re: The Non - League thread

by Royal Rother » 13 Sep 2018 17:19

On Tuesday night Windsor went 1 up with a marvellous individual goal from Dan Roberts (who is the best striker we’ve had for a good number of years). He then scored a 2nd which was disallowed for some unknown reason but got trampled on in the process and was in the back of the net just in front of me in a lot of distress. Suspicion was broken ankle at the time but after 6 minutes or so he was stretchered off and the bulletin is that he’s ok with “just” a ligament sprain. Should be back in a few weeks which is bloody good news.

Unfortunately, as always seems to happen in these circumstances, we conceded shortly after the game resumed.

We then had a player sent off for a 2nd yellow (he dived avoiding a challenge but didn’t appeal for a foul so the punishment seemed harsh to us.)

Holmer Green then went 2-1 up, and, as frustrations took hold we had a 2nd red card half way through the 2nd half and unsurprisingly Holmer bagged another.

We kept battling and Hugo Sobte (keeper) hit the bar with a free kick taken from just inside our own half but the game had changed so much after that event / injury / disallowed goal in the 1st half that we were never likely to get back into it after going behind.

The ref was the youngest I have ever seen in a Step 5 game and Mick Woodham was, to be blunt, fcuking unimpressed!

Coulda, shoulda, woulda been 3 points.....

C’est la vie.

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Re: The Non - League thread

by Bonzodog » 14 Sep 2018 13:38

Jefferson Louis has just left Farnborough his 37th club this must be some sort of record. Most of his clubs have been fairly local, don’t think I’ve seen him play in the flesh...yet. Do we have any other nomadic players with a large number of ex clubs.


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Re: The Non - League thread

by Royal Rother » 15 Sep 2018 18:04

Windsor 5-1 North Leigh Utd

Well.... that was Godawful.

North Leigh only had 8 players. Yes, they started with 8 and ended with 8. And their keeper (who was a right good laugh) got injured in the 1st half and really struggled from then on.

I suppose it could be said it’s a bit unsettling when you know it’s not much more than a knockabout but Windsor were pretty pathetic if I’m honest. A dreadful afternoon’s “entertainment”.

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Re: The Non - League thread

by Four Of Clubs » 16 Sep 2018 00:45

Royal Rother Windsor 5-1 North Leigh Utd
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North Leigh only had 8 players. Yes, they started with 8 and ended with 8. And their keeper (who was a right good laugh) got injured in the 1st half and really struggled from then on.


...will put the review together tomorrow/later today :shock: - in some ways I witnessed a similarly terrible mis-match with the 'stundents' of New College Swindon - supposedly buoyed up by some of their squad returning for the start of term - going down [FOURTEEN] 14-1 at Baffins of the Wessex Premier in the Vase 2nd Round. I haven't been able to work out how NCS even got a place in the 2nd Round :? - must have been given a very fortuitous bye?
[Actually may be as the result of an FA Co£k Up - seems they allowed at least half a doz. clubs into the Vase this year without the necessary checks being carried out - e.g. minor shortfalls such as no floodlights and no groundshare arrangement to compensate ! :roll: - could be NCS benefited from this.

From memory I believe they allowed Old Woodstock Town, as was, to play at least two ties in one of the national competitions, before someone noticed they were no longer ground actually sharing at North Leigh. Reportedly OWT had declared this on their application and had been surprised to be included - so played the ties at Eynsham Pk - they were summarily expelled in retro from the following years' Vase. :|

Of note perhaps is the fate of Nor Lye's first team this PM; L 1-8 at home to Corby which, coupled with the short-handed appearance of their Reserve side, as described by RR above - would suggest all is not right at Eynsham Pk.

They had talked of voluntary demotion back to the Hellenic toward the end of last season - Shortwood did choose that option from the same division. Not sure it has helped them much anyway, as they are 0 from 5 in the Western Premier.

... has often been raised that it must be difficult to carry on at STEP04 from the basis of such a small set of village communities around North Leigh.
Rural Oxon is not a great area for NL football, looking at the recent & former woes of clubs such as the long-departed Witney, City Nomads (well Marston is almost rural) AFC Wallingford, Ab. Town & Carterton, who lead a wraith-like existence - and this season Kidlington who are pointless and shipping goals aplenty & Bicester who have folded altogether (again - also disappeared for about 5 yrs from 2011).

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Re: The Non - League thread

by Tony Le Mesmer » 17 Sep 2018 08:52

Leg 2 on my attempt at a game in every round of the FA Vase.

Malmesbury Victoria 3 -1 Virginia Water at The Flying Monk Ground.

A cracking step 6 ground set in a lovely small town. Worth a visit if you get the chance, I understand they are looking to move due to flooding issues.

Considered going to Baffins as well, but seeing a bunch of college kids totally out of their depth didn't seem right. Rather see a close fought game. I also had it in my head they would bottle it and not turn up. Seems I was nearly right!

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Re: The Non - League thread

by Theroyalbox » 17 Sep 2018 12:23

Sutekh Saw Slough beat Oxford City 2-0. Thought Slough were the better side throughout and should have had a couple before Oxford had their captain sent off for a debatable professional foul just before half time.

Impressed with their Lee Togwell, James Dobson and Matty Edwards (?, the no. 9). Thought Oxford were a good well organised if a bit limited side destined for a lower mid table finish but was impressed with their keeper’s performance (and that of their no 10, Kyan ?Wiltshire?). Think Slough might be good enough for top 10 based on yesterday.

Unconvinced by the referee, wasn’t quite sure he called the red card right and thought Slough had a better shout for a penalty in the second half then the one they got early in the first half.


Youll be talking about a certain Mathew Stevens, a cracking striker who was on Readings books now at Peterborough on loan to Slough. He is way above his level here and will fancy them to go on and have a great season, he is only on loan till January though, scored a hattrick this weekend

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Re: The Non - League thread

by mx » 17 Sep 2018 20:47

Winchester City 2 - 3 Paulton

Paulton are becoming a bogey side for us. We should have been 4 up at half time, but threw away chances in front of goal, and were guilty of woeful defending at times. We really were the better side for much of the game. Bastard way to end our unbeaten start to the season. Still, lots of promising stuff, though I suspect our FA Cup "run" will come to an end at Merthyr next weekend.

There was an incident towards the end of the game, worthy of note. Tackle on the half way line. From behind the goal, we didn't even see a foul, and had no idea which way the ref had given it, till a Paulton player got a straight red. He was a sub who had only been on 10 mins or so. Anyway, Paulton player walks off, picks up the corner flag and hurls it off the pitch. He was lucky he didn't hit someone. Don't think the ref or lino saw it, so possibly nothing will come of it.

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Re: The Non - League thread

by Four Of Clubs » 17 Sep 2018 21:44

Saturday 15th September

FA Vase 2nd Qualifying Round


103 Amersham Town 0-1 Hanworth Villa
104 Southall 5-0 Wembley
105 Brackley Town Saints 0-1 Crawley Green
Sun 16th 106 Burton Park Wanderers 0-5 F.C. Deportivo Galicia
- Got to this – made the extra effort on a Sun particularly as it meant a ‘half-tick’ – e.g. it’s where Kettering Town now play. Difficult to see how they fit in here; pretty small STEP05/06 ground augmented by a few extra stands and some fancy fencing.
- Additional Turnstiles too – the home side, who effectively have become Kettering’s lodgers having sold them the ground, are currently down at STEP06. FCDGL from the CCL1 also STEP06, were far too accomplished on the ball for the limited BPW and coasted to victory 2nd half.
- All tucked away south of Kettering in the town of Burton Latimer - famous as the home of Weetabix!


107 Brimsdown v Bicester Town H w/o
108 Leverstock Green 4-0 Raunds Town
109 Wellingborough Town 3-2 Burnhamno Vase heroics to reflect their great progress in the Cup
110 Potton United 2-3 C.B. Hounslow United
111 St. Panteleimon 4-1 Long Buckby Middx Leaguers march on with another win vs higher opposition.
112 Cricklewood Wanderers 3-6 North Greenford United - aet 3-3 FT
113 Arlesey Town 1-2 Irchester United - aet 1-1
114 Kensington Borough 4-2 Northampton Sileby Rangers
Sun 16th 115 Broadfields United 2-0 Edgware Town
116 Bedfont & Feltham 2-0 Winslow United
117 Bugbrooke St. Michaels 3-3 Spelthorne Sports - replay Tue 18th
118 Rayners Lane 3-2 Thrapston Town
119 Harefield United 4-1 Oxhey Jets – aet 1-1 FT
120 Easington Sports 1-2 Brimscombe & Thrupp
121 Baffins Milton Rovers {FOURTEEN} 14-1 New College Swindon
- As above got to this but wasn’t enjoyable as a contest – another ticked off in the Wessex though only got a couple of the IoW clubs left now
122 Royal Wootton Bassett Town 0-4 Bashley
Sun 16th 13:00 123 Thame Rangers 1-0 Farnham Town
124 Tadley Calleva 0-1 Chertsey Town
125 Abingdon United 3-0 Alton
126 A.F.C. Stoneham 3-2 Binfield
127 Chipping Sodbury Town 1-3 Abbey Rangers
128 Clanfield 85 2-5 Buckingham Athletic
129 Shrivenham 1-4 Badshot Lea
130 Malmesbury Victoria 3-1 Virginia Water
131 Cheltenham Saracens 0-1 Flackwell Heath
Fri 14th 132 Longlevens 0-0 Tuffley Rovers
133 Holyport 2-1 Fleet Spurs
134 Redhill 2-1 Forest Hill Park -aet 1-1 FT
135 Steyning Town 1-1 Punjab United H win 9-8 pens
136 A.F.C. Varndeanians 0-2 Canterbury City
Sun 16th 137 Cray Valley 2-0 Hailsham Town
138 Cobham v Gravesham Boro H w/o
139 St. Francis Rangers 0-6 Lordswood
140 Sporting Club Thamesmead 0-1 Banstead Athletic
141 Tunbridge Wells 1-1 Bridon Ropes
142 Guildford City 0-2 Rusthall
143 Wick 4-2 Hackney Wick
144 Peacehaven & Telscombe 3-1 Shoreham
145 A.F.C. Uckfield Town 5-0 Southwick
146 A.C. London 2-3 Erith Town
147 Colliers Wood United 0-1 Sidlesham
148 Saltdean United 3-1 Littlehampton Town
149 Selsey 0-2 Bearsted
150 Chatham Town 5-1 Camberley Town
151 Corinthian 3-0 Glebe
152 Chessington & Hook United 0-5 Sheerwater
153 Newhaven 1-0 Little Common
154 Sheppey United 5-3 Seaford Town
155 K Sports 1-4 Deal Town
156 East Preston 1-0 Broadbridge Heath
157 A.F.C. Croydon Athletic 5-2 Lingfield – aet 2-2 FT
158 Hamworthy United 3-1 Fawley
159 Roman Glass St. George 3-0 Bemerton Heath Harlequins
160 Bournemouth 3-1 Christchurch
161 Verwood Town 1-1 Alresford Town replay Tue 18th
162 Bridport 5-0 Warminster Town
163 Eversley & California 2-1 Lymington Town
164 Shortwood United 1-5 Cribbs
165 Swanage Town & Herston 0-3 Longwell Green Sports
166 Fareham Town 2-1 Corsham Town
167 Bitton 3-1 Bishops Cleeve
168 Petersfield Town 1-3 Westbury United
169 New Milton Town 1-2 Cadbury Heath
170 Totton & Eling 1-0 East Cowes Victoria Athletic
171 Sherborne Town 0-1 Almondsbury
172 Shaftesbury Town 5-1 Andover New Street
173 United Services Portsmouth 0-2 Brockenhurst
174 Buckland Athletic 0-1 Newquay
175 Odd Down 2-1 Welton Rovers
176 Radstock Town 1-3 Plymouth Parkway
177 Cullompton Rangers 0-4 Ivybridge Town
178 Sidmouth Town 4-1 Godolphin Atlantic
179 Saltash United 6-0 Axminster Town
180 Bovey Tracey 1-2 Tavistock –aet 1-1 FT
181 Falmouth Town 2-1 Clevedon Town
182 Bishops Lydeard 0-4 Elburton Villa
183 Exmouth Town 3-0 Bridgwater Town
184 Cheddar 2-0 Newton Abbot Spurs
185 Camelford 3-3 Bodmin Town
186 Porthleven 3-6 Torpoint Athletic
187 Wells City 2-3 A.F.C. St. Austell

NAT
AFC Fylde 3-0 Aldershot Town
Maidenhead United 3-0 FC Halifax Town
NATN
Curzon Ashton 1-1 Brackley Town
NATS
Billericay Town 1-1 Dartford
Chippenham Town 1-0 Gloucester City
Eastbourne Borough 2-4 Slough Town - Rebels skipper Nisbett sent off on 10’ Slough romp to a win regardless – hat-trick for Matty Stevens at the side previously in 4th place.
Hungerford Town 0-2 Torquay United
Oxford City 1-2 Bath City
St Albans City 2-0 Concord Rangers
Truro City 0-2 Hampton & Richmond Borough
Wealdstone 2-3 Chelmsford City
Welling United 2-0 East Thurrock United
Weston-super-Mare 1-2 Hemel Hempstead Town
Woking 1-2 Dulwich Hamlet - first defeat for Cards but they stay top.

ILP-S
Dorking Wanderers 3-3 AFC Hornchurch
IL1-SC
Bedfont Sports 2-3 Chalfont St Peter
Bracknell Town 2-1 Northwood - Robins still 100% and 3pts clear at the top
Egham Town 1-1 Hertford Town
Hanwell Town 0-0 Chipstead
Marlow 2-0 FC Romania
Molesey 0-4 Westfield
Tooting & Mitcham United 2-3 Ashford Town (Middx)
Uxbridge 2-1 Ware
Waltham Abbey 1-0 Hayes & Yeading United

SLP-S
Basingstoke Town 3-2 Wimborne Town – ‘stoke turn it around in injury time with goals on 91 & 93’
Beaconsfield Town 2-2 Dorchester Town
Farnborough 3-2 Frome Town
Salisbury 3-2 Staines Town
Taunton Town 4-0 Chesham United
Walton Casuals 3-1 Swindon Supermarine
Weymouth 2-2 Hartley Wintney - Warren Bentley levels for Terras in injury time
SLP-C
Banbury United 1-3 St Neots Town
SL1-C
Aylesbury United 1-2 AFC Dunstable
Berkhamsted Town 2-0 Kidlington - still no points for Kiddy
Dunstable Town 1-6 Aylesbury
North Leigh 1-8 {EIGHT} Corby Town
Peterborough Sports 0-0 Didcot Town
Thame United
0-2 Barton Rovers - Thame’s perfect record spoiled
SL1-S
Bideford 2-1 Fleet Town
Street 2-2 Highworth Town
Thatcham Town
3-2 Barnstaple Town - important 2nd win for Kingfishers though it was against bottom and pointless Barnstaple
Winchester City 2-3 Paulton Rovers

CCLP
Sutton Common Rovers 4-2 Walton and Hersham
CCL1
Bagshot 2-3 Frimley Green

HELLP
Fairford Town 1 - 4 Ascot United
Lydney Town 1 - 0 Wantage Town surprise reverse for ‘Freds’ enables ‘Yellamen’ to pull 4 points clear at the top – Wantage host Holmer G tomorrow night (Tue 18th) whilst Ascot host Virginia Water
Reading City currently (Mon night) host Ardley Utd : latest score a bit of a set-back as Ardley lead 3-0 2nd half.
UPDATE Penalty now 0-4; City score with 5' left but it finishes 1-4 :shock:


HELL1E
Chinnor 0-1 Wokingham & Emmbrook
Didcot Town Development 2-2 Wallingford Town
Milton United
0-2 Penn & Tylers Green
Woodley Utd 2-4 AFC Aldermastonvisitors step in late in the week to re-arrange a fixture after Bicester Town pulled out and resigned from the league this week :( .
Challenge Cup
Windsor 5-1 North Leigh United

WESS1
Andover Town 2-4 Amesbury Town - Andover now 0 from 9 – Amesbury go top.

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Re: The Non - League thread

by John Smith » 18 Sep 2018 10:05

Bonzodog Jefferson Louis has just left Farnborough his 37th club this must be some sort of record. Most of his clubs have been fairly local, don’t think I’ve seen him play in the flesh...yet. Do we have any other nomadic players with a large number of ex clubs.

Trevor Benjamin?

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