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by Hoop Blah » 31 Oct 2019 08:44

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Old Man Andrews They are honestly better off just giving the job to Tallentire again, he is the only guy the chairman really trusts with the team. I may apply myself to be honest.

Have a guess what Bracknell have done...... :D


How long are we giving him?

Surely it won't be too long until the Chairman pulls the trigger again, albeit through the cover of the new guy heading up football matters!

And whats with that shuffle with Steinborn-Busse apparently stepping back a bit?

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Re: The Non - League thread

by Old Man Andrews » 31 Oct 2019 08:47

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Old Man Andrews They are honestly better off just giving the job to Tallentire again, he is the only guy the chairman really trusts with the team. I may apply myself to be honest.

Have a guess what Bracknell have done...... :D


How long are we giving him?

Surely it won't be too long until the Chairman pulls the trigger again, albeit through the cover of the new guy heading up football matters!

And whats with that shuffle with Steinborn-Busse apparently stepping back a bit?

I don't think Tallentire should ever have been sacked, clearly he is one of the only people on Earth who the chairman trusts with the team. I have met Stephen Peters many times as he headed up the new youth football vision at the club over the summer so I had a fair amount of dealings with him. Talks a good game.....
I will be there again next Thursday, I will find out what is going on with the chairman.

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Re: The Non - League thread

by Hoop Blah » 31 Oct 2019 09:44

Old Man Andrews I don't think Tallentire should ever have been sacked, clearly he is one of the only people on Earth who the chairman trusts with the team. I have met Stephen Peters many times as he headed up the new youth football vision at the club over the summer so I had a fair amount of dealings with him. Talks a good game.....
I will be there again next Thursday, I will find out what is going on with the chairman.


Absolutely, Tally should never have been sacked, it was just at the whim of the Chairman who had a bit of a paddy when things didn't go his way.

Same with Geoff, he was stitched up good and proper.

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Re: The Non - League thread

by Four Of Clubs » 31 Oct 2019 12:38

Non League Preview - Sat 2nd Nov

NOTE - plenty of postponements announced this AM - I've updated the one's I've found....

FA Vase 2nd Qualifying

17 Malvern Town PP Loughborough University @ Stourport Swifts
21 Leicester Nirvana PP Westfields
(Sun 3rd 15.00) 30 White Ensign v Wroxham - home side are from 'Sarfend' and are supposedly based at Basildon Sporting Village - when they aren't 'lodging' in with Great Wakering Rovers - which is where this tie is taking place.

31 Woodbridge Town v Godmanchester Rovers
32 Norwich United v Kirkley & Pakefield
33 Stansted v Mildenhall Town
34 Newport Pagnell Town v Coggeshall United
35 Saffron Walden Town v F.C. Clacton
36 Leighton Town v F.C. Broxbourne Borough
37 Deeping Rangers v Stanway Rovers
38 Milton Keynes Robins v Eynesbury Rovers
39 Colney Heath v Stowmarket Town
40 Fisher v Glebe
41 Abbey Rangers v Ascot United
42 Frenford v Lancing
43 Raynes Park Vale v Sutton Common Rovers venue tba
44 Binfield v Redhill
45 Walthamstow v A.F.C. Uckfield Town
46 Corinthian v Canterbury City
47 Windsor v Eastbourne Town
48 Deal Town v Oxhey Jets
(Sun 3rd 15.00) 49 Southall v Seaford Town @ Ashford Town
50 Welling Town v Bedfont & Feltham
51 Bearsted PP Chatham Town
52 Kennington v Newhaven
53 Warminster Town v A.F.C. Portchester
54 Baffins Milton Rovers PP Bradford Town
55 Falmouth Town v Longlevens
56 A.F.C. St. Austell v Buckland Athletic
57 Tavistock PP Exmouth Town
58 Saltash United PP Bridgwater Town
59 Brockenhurst v Plymouth Parkway
(Sun 3rd 15.00) 60 Thornbury Town v Cribbs
61 Christchurch PP Badshot Lea
62 Petersfield Town PP Roman Glass St. George
63 Abingdon United v Hamworthy United
64 Bitton PP Fairford Town

Just for comparison purposes, here’s a breakdown of the survivors at this stage, from each of the local ‘featured’ leagues and a few of the adjacent one’s :

League – Total (clubs @ STEP06)
Combined Counties – 8 (1)
Hellenic – 7 (2)
Spartan South Midlands – 7 (2)
Wessex – 7 (1)
Western – 9 (1)
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Eastern Counties – 9 (3)
Essex - 3 (0)
Kent – 9 (1)
Sussex – 4 (0)
United Counties – 10 (1)


League

NAT
Aldershot Town v Maidenhead United
Stockport County v Woking
NATN
Brackley Town v Chester - Saints currently 7th welcome 2nd placed Chester
NATS
Billericay Town PP Weymouth
Braintree Town v Hungerford Town
Chippenham Town v Welling United
Concord Rangers v Hemel Hempstead Town
Dorking Wanderers v Wealdstone
Dulwich Hamlet v Bath City
Eastbourne Borough v Dartford
Hampton & Richmond Borough v Maidstone United
Slough Town v Chelmsford City
St Albans City v Havant & Waterlooville
Tonbridge Angels v Oxford City

SLP-C
Lowestoft Town v Banbury United
Redditch United v Kings Langley
SLP-S
Beaconsfield Town v Walton Casuals
Farnborough v Salisbury
Hayes & Yeading United PP Blackfield & Langley
Swindon Supermarine v Gosport Borough
Tiverton Town PP Chesham United 1st vs 3rd
Weston-super-Mare PP Hartley Wintney
SL1-C
Aylesbury United v North Leigh @ Chesham
Corby Town v Kidlington
Didcot Town
v Barton Rovers
Wantage Town v Biggleswade
Yaxley v Thame United
SL1-S
Highworth Town PP AFC Totton
12.30 Paulton Rovers v Basingstoke Town – early start as the hosts try to keep some extra support inside the ground following the Rugby WC Final
Thatcham Town v Barnstaple Town
Winchester City PP Larkhall Athletic

IL1-SC
Ashford Town (Middx) v Bedfont Sports
Chertsey Town
v FC Romania
Harlow Town v Westfield
South Park PP Marlow
Staines Town
v Bracknell Town
Uxbridge v Chalfont St Peter
Waltham Abbey v Hanwell Town

CCLP
Balham v Frimley Green @ Colliers Wood
Banstead Athletic PP CB Hounslow United
Hanworth Villa v Cobham
Knaphill
v Colliers Wood United
Sheerwater v Camberley Town @ Woking FC
Spelthorne Sports v Egham Town
CCL1
AFC Hayes PP British Airways
Bagshot v Tooting Bec @ Camberley Town
Farnham Town v Ash United
FC Deportivo Galicia v Eversley & California @ Bedfont Sports
Jersey Bulls v Dorking Wanderers Res
Kensington & Ealing Boro v Chessington & Hook United @ Leatherhead
Sandhurst Town v Fleet Spurs
Walton & Hersham
v Epsom & Ewell
Westside v Godalming Town @ Chess ‘n Hook

HELLP
Brimscombe & Thrupp PP Reading City
Burnham
v Shrivenham
Holmer Green
v Bishops Cleeve
Lydney Town PP Ardley United
Royal Wootton Bassett Town v Brackley Town Saints
Tuffley Rovers PP Easington Sports
HELL1E
Kidlington Development v Abingdon Town
Long Crendon v Chalvey Sports @ Oxford City
Risborough Rangers v Wokingham & Emmbrook
Thame Rangers
v Wallingford Town

WESSP
AFC Stoneham v Alresford Town
Fleet Town PP Cowes Sports - trouble with the ferries
Portland United PP Tadley Calleva
WESS1
Downton v Whitchurch United
Newport (IoW) PP Alton @ East Cowes
Pewsey Vale v Hythe & Dibden
Totton & Eling v Andover Town
United Services Portsmouth PP Andover New Street

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Re: The Non - League thread

by Royal Rother » 02 Nov 2019 19:48

Windsor 1-7 Eastbourne Utd.

Another pathetic performance, 0-1 at HT, then 0-7 after 70 mins.

Ex- manager Mick Woodham was at the game today and is looking to get back into football now he’s sorted out his health issues.

I’d have him back like a shot.

But on Tuesday we will have a completely different and far stronger team at Burnham when players are back from their loan / dual reg clubs. But that’s not the way forward.

I am being negative after conceding 12 goals at home in 5 days but, Westfield aside, I doubt we will play any better teams at our level than the 2 we’ve played this week.


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NL Results Sat 2nd Nov

FA Vase 2nd Qualifying

31 Woodbridge Town 5-2 Godmanchester Rovers
32 Norwich United 1-2 Kirkley & Pakefield
33 Stansted 1-0 Mildenhall Town
34 Newport Pagnell Town 4-2 Coggeshall United
35 Saffron Walden Town 3-4 F.C. Clacton
36 Leighton Town 6-1 F.C. Broxbourne Borough
37 Deeping Rangers 1-3 Stanway Rovers
38 Milton Keynes Robins 1-6 Eynesbury Rovers
39 Colney Heath 0-1 Stowmarket Town
40 Fisher 1-2 Glebe
41 Abbey Rangers PP Ascot United
42 Frenford 1-3 Lancing
43 Raynes Park Vale 0-4 Sutton Common Rovers – played at Sutton Utd
44 Binfield 3-1 Redhill
45 Walthamstow 2-3 A.F.C. Uckfield Town
46 Corinthian 2-0 Canterbury City
47 Windsor 1-7 {SEVEN} Eastbourne Town
48 Deal Town 4-1 Oxhey Jets
50 Welling Town 3-1 Bedfont & Feltham aet FT 1-1
52 Kennington 1-6 Newhaven
53 Warminster Town 3-1 A.F.C. Portchester att 222 – minor shock as struggling STEP06 side, who’ve lost all 5 home league games so far this season - put out a decent STEP05
55 Falmouth Town 3-2 Longlevens aet FT 2-2
56 A.F.C. St. Austell 0-1 Buckland Athletic
59 Brockenhurst 0-3 Plymouth Parkway
63 Abingdon United 1-6 Hamworthy United


League

NAT
Aldershot Town 2-0 Maidenhead United
Stockport County 1-3 Woking
NATN
Brackley Town 1-1 Chester
NATS
Braintree Town 0-3 Hungerford Town 2 from midfielder, new loan-signing Cameron McGilp (Aussie-born on Sw!nedon’s books) and one for Liam Ferdinand, lifts the Crusaders out of the drop zone. This was their third win in four away from home.
Chippenham Town 0-0 Welling United
Concord Rangers 3-1 Hemel Hempstead Town
Dorking Wanderers 2-2 Wealdstone – 2nd half Wanderers claw back a 2 goals deficit against the leaders.
Dulwich Hamlet 1-3 Bath City
Eastbourne Borough 0-2 Dartford
Hampton & Richmond Borough 2-1 Maidstone United
Slough Town 2-1 Chelmsford City – ‘Rebels’ led 2-0 at the break; both goals from Ben Harris. Move up to 2nd as Hemel beaten at Concord and Weymuff washed out at ‘ricay
St Albans City 1-3 Havant & Waterlooville
Tonbridge Angels 4-4 Oxford City - crazy last 5 ' - with the scores at 2-2 'Angels' grabbed the lead on 85' thru Joe Turner; only for a brace within 3' by sub Stefan Brown (ex-Hungerford) turning the game back City's way - Turner had the last word with a stoppage time leveller.
- Angels keeper was Jonathan Henley ex-royals Academy


SLP-C
Leiston 0-8 {EIGHT} Sporting Bromsgrove – SpB put 8 past AFC R&D on their turf early last month – their home record is a bit underwhelming by comparison, which is why they are only 7th but certainly have momentum.

Lowestoft Town 0-0 Banbury United
Redditch United 0-2 Kings Langley
SLP-S
Beaconsfield Town 1-2 Walton Casuals – ‘Casuals’ pinch the win on 94’ – Town stay bottom
Farnborough 0-0 Salisbury
Swindon Supermarine 1-0 Gosport Borough
SL1-C
Aylesbury United 2-3 North Leigh
Corby Town 2-0 Kidlington
Didcot Town
0-3 Barton Rovers – Diddy on a poor run – lost 5 out of 6.
Wantage Town 1-4 Biggleswade – ‘Freds’ still pointless. :(
Yaxley 1-0 Thame United
SL1-S
Paulton Rovers 4-2 Basingstoke Town - Dragons fought back to level, having been 2 down, only to ship two more late on.
Thatcham Town 5-1 Barnstaple Town – 'Kingfishers' still unbeaten in the league, stay 2nd behind Frome but have three games in hand

IL1-SC
Ashford Town (Middx) 0-1 Bedfont Sports
Chertsey Town {SEVEN} 7-0 FC Romania att 398 – 2nd biggest crowd in the Isthmian today, behind Premier side Carshalton who hosted leaders Folkestone
Harlow Town 2-0 Westfield – only ‘field’s 2nd league defeat - at leaders Harlow
Staines Town 1-5 Bracknell Town - ‘ Robins’ three one up by HT at sorry ‘Swans’ who led inside 5’ – goals from Carr (2) Sheridan, Bowerman and Bayliss puts them up to 8th.
Uxbridge 3-0 Chalfont St Peter
Waltham Abbey 0-2 Hanwell Town

CCLP
Balham 3-2 Frimley Green hosts in 2nd a point behind ‘Yellamen’ whose Vase tie at Abbey Rgrs was rained off. Ascot should be in B&B action on Tue H vs Beaconsfield; though the Vase re-match will take precedence - then next w/e are due to travel to 3rd placed CWU

Hanworth Villa 2-3 Cobham
Knaphill 0-0 Colliers Wood United
Sheerwater 1-2 Camberley Town
Spelthorne Sports
2-2 Egham Town
CCL1
Bagshot 2-1 Tooting Bec
Farnham Town 3-1 Ash United
FC Deportivo Galicia 1-1 Eversley & California
Jersey Bulls 5-0 Dorking Wanderers Res – Bulls now 13 from 13 and 10 points clear of 2nd placed Farnham – evidently air travel to Jersey was easier than to Guernsey, who had their game called off due to flight delays preventing Whitstable from getting there.

Kensington & Ealing Boro PP Chessington & Hook United
Sandhurst Town PP Fleet Spurs
Walton & Hersham 6-3 Epsom & Ewell
Westside PP Godalming Town

HELLP
Burnham PP Shrivenham - waterlogged
Holmer Green 0-4 Bishops Cleeve
Royal Wootton Bassett Town 2-5 Brackley Town Saints
HELL1E
Kidlington Development 3-0 Abingdon Town
Long Crendon 5-3 Chalvey Sports
Risborough Rangers PP Wokingham & Emmbrook – failed 2nd inspection
Thame Rangers 1-1 Wallingford Town
Wycombe Senior Cup
Penn & Tylers Gn 3-4 Chalfont Wasps – first game back at French School Meadows – with new lights in working order - presumably they will be moving back permanently from their lodgings up/down (?) at Beaconsfield

WESSP
AFC Stoneham PP Alresford Town – failed late AM inspection
WESS1
Downton 3-1 Whitchurch United ‘JamBoys’ undone at leaders
Pewsey Vale 0-10 {TEN} Hythe & Dibden
Totton & Eling PP Andover Town – failed mid-day inspection

...had thought about trekking down nr Brizzle for this (Sunday) PM's Vase tie @ Thornbury from the Hellenic One West who host Cribbs from the Western League Premier - so a level above.
- but the outlook is much worse (colder/damper) than the original forecast - and although it's passed a mid-AM inspection it might yet fall foul of the match ref, whenever he turns up. Don't want to find out it's off having traveled half-way there or worse still on arrival. :| - doubtless I'll miss an 11 goal thriller now - have to 'sofa it' and doze in front of Pal@rse and the Filberts.! :mrgreen:

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Re: The Non - League thread

by Royalist » 04 Nov 2019 09:26

Royal Rother Windsor 1-7 Eastbourne Utd.

Another pathetic performance, 0-1 at HT, then 0-7 after 70 mins.


But on Tuesday we will have a completely different and far stronger team at Burnham when players are back from their loan / dual reg clubs. But that’s not the way forward.



There is no 'way forward' at the club until the ground is sorted and someone who has some money is willing to lose money for a ego trip. It's very depressing and looking at the crowds these days its clear many are thinking why bother. Considering many other clubs can find a owner willing to lose money to play real life football manager i'm surprised nobody in a wealthy part of the country is willing to put their hand in their pocket.

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by Royal Rother » 04 Nov 2019 14:56

I think some might very well be tempted but not without a lease. Catch 22.


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Re: The Non - League thread

by Old Man Andrews » 04 Nov 2019 15:04

Feel for Windsor, would like to see them do well.

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by Royalist » 05 Nov 2019 19:52

Royal Rother I think some might very well be tempted but not without a lease. Catch 22.


Didn't the crown estate claim they had a deal agreed but Mr Stott didn't sign in the end for whatever reason. I'm not up to date on it at all but something to do with who gets the cash from the phone masts was part of the row. Not sure why any of that would stop someone coming in and agreeing new terms if they wanted. It's basically all a mess steaming from the very foundation of the new club and no end in sight...

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by Four Of Clubs » 05 Nov 2019 21:42

.... things not improving on the field either : 1-0 defeat at the Gore tonight vs Burnham.


Elsewhere in the Premier : Shrivy win 3-1 at bottom club Brimscomb, Easington bt Ardley 3-0

- Wok & Emm held 0-0 by Ab Utd , Risborough stay well clear at the top of D1E with a 4-0 away at Chalvey.
Ab Town well beaten 0-5 by Holyport at Culham Rd - Langley share 6 goals with Thame Rgrs and Long Crendon edge past Penn & T Gn 2-1.

Fairford beaten 4-0 by Bitton in the Vase.

In the NATN Brackley drew a blank at home v Spennymoor 0-0

...featured sides in the CCL had mixed nights : Baggy Lea beaten at Christchurch in the Vase whilst Ascot's delayed tie at Abbey Rangers remains undecided, following a 2-2 after ET - presumably will have another go at The Racecourse next Tue 12th
- Wessex- Div One Petersfield bow out of the Vase 1-2 at home to Roman Glass St George (Bristol based Western League side)

My match of choice in the Hellenic tonight - Holmer Gn v RG City called off PM - pitch unfit.
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by Royal Rother » 06 Nov 2019 09:11

Burnham 1-0 Windsor

Having followed Mick Woodham’s Windsor all over the South and West of England (and to Stockton) over the last few years, I can’t see me driving distances to watch this team.

The pitch at Burnham is (and has been for the 10 years I’ve been going there) a terrible place to play football on (Bobble City), but our tactic (maybe because of the surface) was just to aimlessly hoof it forward at every opportunity. We had no wingers, (both on bench) and barely strung 2 passes together all game. Although we huffed and puffed in the 2nd half never really looked like scoring and overall put in another stinking performance.


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Royal Rother Burnham 1-0 Windsor

Having followed Mick Woodham’s Windsor all over the South and West of England (and to Stockton) over the last few years, I can’t see me driving distances to watch this team.

The pitch at Burnham is (and has been for the 10 years I’ve been going there) a terrible place to play football on (Bobble City), but our tactic (maybe because of the surface) was just to aimlessly hoof it forward at every opportunity. We had no wingers, (both on bench) and barely strung 2 passes together all game. Although we huffed and puffed in the 2nd half never really looked like scoring and overall put in another stinking performance.


Time to get back to the Mad Stad RR ?
There is some good passing football being played-you might actually enjoy it.

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by Royal Rother » 06 Nov 2019 14:21

No chance. Football just isn’t worth the kind of money required to watch the pro game in the flesh on a regular basis, no matter how good the passing.

Armchair for me.

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by Hoop Blah » 06 Nov 2019 15:24

Royal Rother No chance. Football just isn’t worth the kind of money required to watch the pro game in the flesh on a regular basis, no matter how good the passing.

Armchair for me.


Other options locally to watch more entertaining fare though, albeit without the emotional attachment perhaps. Binfield are going along nicely and have some good players down there these days.

Of course there's also Bracknell, depending on who the manager is this week....

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by Old Man Andrews » 06 Nov 2019 15:25

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Royal Rother No chance. Football just isn’t worth the kind of money required to watch the pro game in the flesh on a regular basis, no matter how good the passing.

Armchair for me.


Other options locally to watch more entertaining fare though, albeit without the emotional attachment perhaps. Binfield are going along nicely and have some good players down there these days.

Of course there's also Bracknell, depending on who the manager is this week....

Safe bet to assume it will be Mark Tallentire regardless of what day, month or year it is.

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by Royal Rother » 06 Nov 2019 19:00

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Royal Rother No chance. Football just isn’t worth the kind of money required to watch the pro game in the flesh on a regular basis, no matter how good the passing.

Armchair for me.


Other options locally to watch more entertaining fare though, albeit without the emotional attachment perhaps. Binfield are going along nicely and have some good players down there these days.

Of course there's also Bracknell, depending on who the manager is this week....


TBH, the other team I follow is Windsor U18s - they beat Basingstoke 4-3 on Monday night which was a pleasant surprise and an entertaining evening. My £49 season ticket (not a concession! :D ) gets me in to all 1st team and U18s league games which is a bloody good deal really (even if the 1st Team are poor atm!)

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Re: The Non - League thread

by Alan Partridge » 07 Nov 2019 11:06

Four Of Clubs NL Results Sat 2nd Nov

FA Vase 2nd Qualifying

31 Woodbridge Town 5-2 Godmanchester Rovers
32 Norwich United 1-2 Kirkley & Pakefield
33 Stansted 1-0 Mildenhall Town
34 Newport Pagnell Town 4-2 Coggeshall United
35 Saffron Walden Town 3-4 F.C. Clacton
36 Leighton Town 6-1 F.C. Broxbourne Borough
37 Deeping Rangers 1-3 Stanway Rovers
38 Milton Keynes Robins 1-6 Eynesbury Rovers
39 Colney Heath 0-1 Stowmarket Town
40 Fisher 1-2 Glebe
41 Abbey Rangers PP Ascot United
42 Frenford 1-3 Lancing
43 Raynes Park Vale 0-4 Sutton Common Rovers – played at Sutton Utd
44 Binfield 3-1 Redhill
45 Walthamstow 2-3 A.F.C. Uckfield Town
46 Corinthian 2-0 Canterbury City
47 Windsor 1-7 {SEVEN} Eastbourne Town
48 Deal Town 4-1 Oxhey Jets
50 Welling Town 3-1 Bedfont & Feltham aet FT 1-1
52 Kennington 1-6 Newhaven
53 Warminster Town 3-1 A.F.C. Portchester att 222 – minor shock as struggling STEP06 side, who’ve lost all 5 home league games so far this season - put out a decent STEP05
55 Falmouth Town 3-2 Longlevens aet FT 2-2
56 A.F.C. St. Austell 0-1 Buckland Athletic
59 Brockenhurst 0-3 Plymouth Parkway
63 Abingdon United 1-6 Hamworthy United


League

NAT
Aldershot Town 2-0 Maidenhead United
Stockport County 1-3 Woking
NATN
Brackley Town 1-1 Chester
NATS
Braintree Town 0-3 Hungerford Town 2 from midfielder, new loan-signing Cameron McGilp (Aussie-born on Sw!nedon’s books) and one for Liam Ferdinand, lifts the Crusaders out of the drop zone. This was their third win in four away from home.
Chippenham Town 0-0 Welling United
Concord Rangers 3-1 Hemel Hempstead Town
Dorking Wanderers 2-2 Wealdstone – 2nd half Wanderers claw back a 2 goals deficit against the leaders.
Dulwich Hamlet 1-3 Bath City
Eastbourne Borough 0-2 Dartford
Hampton & Richmond Borough 2-1 Maidstone United
Slough Town 2-1 Chelmsford City – ‘Rebels’ led 2-0 at the break; both goals from Ben Harris. Move up to 2nd as Hemel beaten at Concord and Weymuff washed out at ‘ricay
St Albans City 1-3 Havant & Waterlooville
Tonbridge Angels 4-4 Oxford City - crazy last 5 ' - with the scores at 2-2 'Angels' grabbed the lead on 85' thru Joe Turner; only for a brace within 3' by sub Stefan Brown (ex-Hungerford) turning the game back City's way - Turner had the last word with a stoppage time leveller.
- Angels keeper was Jonathan Henley ex-royals Academy


SLP-C
Leiston 0-8 {EIGHT} Sporting Bromsgrove – SpB put 8 past AFC R&D on their turf early last month – their home record is a bit underwhelming by comparison, which is why they are only 7th but certainly have momentum.

Lowestoft Town 0-0 Banbury United
Redditch United 0-2 Kings Langley
SLP-S
Beaconsfield Town 1-2 Walton Casuals – ‘Casuals’ pinch the win on 94’ – Town stay bottom
Farnborough 0-0 Salisbury
Swindon Supermarine 1-0 Gosport Borough
SL1-C
Aylesbury United 2-3 North Leigh
Corby Town 2-0 Kidlington
Didcot Town
0-3 Barton Rovers – Diddy on a poor run – lost 5 out of 6.
Wantage Town 1-4 Biggleswade – ‘Freds’ still pointless. :(
Yaxley 1-0 Thame United
SL1-S
Paulton Rovers 4-2 Basingstoke Town - Dragons fought back to level, having been 2 down, only to ship two more late on.
Thatcham Town 5-1 Barnstaple Town – 'Kingfishers' still unbeaten in the league, stay 2nd behind Frome but have three games in hand

IL1-SC
Ashford Town (Middx) 0-1 Bedfont Sports
Chertsey Town {SEVEN} 7-0 FC Romania att 398 – 2nd biggest crowd in the Isthmian today, behind Premier side Carshalton who hosted leaders Folkestone
Harlow Town 2-0 Westfield – only ‘field’s 2nd league defeat - at leaders Harlow
Staines Town 1-5 Bracknell Town - ‘ Robins’ three one up by HT at sorry ‘Swans’ who led inside 5’ – goals from Carr (2) Sheridan, Bowerman and Bayliss puts them up to 8th.
Uxbridge 3-0 Chalfont St Peter
Waltham Abbey 0-2 Hanwell Town

CCLP
Balham 3-2 Frimley Green hosts in 2nd a point behind ‘Yellamen’ whose Vase tie at Abbey Rgrs was rained off. Ascot should be in B&B action on Tue H vs Beaconsfield; though the Vase re-match will take precedence - then next w/e are due to travel to 3rd placed CWU

Hanworth Villa 2-3 Cobham
Knaphill 0-0 Colliers Wood United
Sheerwater 1-2 Camberley Town
Spelthorne Sports
2-2 Egham Town
CCL1
Bagshot 2-1 Tooting Bec
Farnham Town 3-1 Ash United
FC Deportivo Galicia 1-1 Eversley & California
Jersey Bulls 5-0 Dorking Wanderers Res – Bulls now 13 from 13 and 10 points clear of 2nd placed Farnham – evidently air travel to Jersey was easier than to Guernsey, who had their game called off due to flight delays preventing Whitstable from getting there.

Kensington & Ealing Boro PP Chessington & Hook United
Sandhurst Town PP Fleet Spurs
Walton & Hersham 6-3 Epsom & Ewell
Westside PP Godalming Town

HELLP
Burnham PP Shrivenham - waterlogged
Holmer Green 0-4 Bishops Cleeve
Royal Wootton Bassett Town 2-5 Brackley Town Saints
HELL1E
Kidlington Development 3-0 Abingdon Town
Long Crendon 5-3 Chalvey Sports
Risborough Rangers PP Wokingham & Emmbrook – failed 2nd inspection
Thame Rangers 1-1 Wallingford Town
Wycombe Senior Cup
Penn & Tylers Gn 3-4 Chalfont Wasps – first game back at French School Meadows – with new lights in working order - presumably they will be moving back permanently from their lodgings up/down (?) at Beaconsfield

WESSP
AFC Stoneham PP Alresford Town – failed late AM inspection
WESS1
Downton 3-1 Whitchurch United ‘JamBoys’ undone at leaders
Pewsey Vale 0-10 {TEN} Hythe & Dibden
Totton & Eling PP Andover Town – failed mid-day inspection

...had thought about trekking down nr Brizzle for this (Sunday) PM's Vase tie @ Thornbury from the Hellenic One West who host Cribbs from the Western League Premier - so a level above.
- but the outlook is much worse (colder/damper) than the original forecast - and although it's passed a mid-AM inspection it might yet fall foul of the match ref, whenever he turns up. Don't want to find out it's off having traveled half-way there or worse still on arrival. :| - doubtless I'll miss an 11 goal thriller now - have to 'sofa it' and doze in front of Pal@rse and the Filberts.! :mrgreen:


Yeah it's tough at Diddy at the moment, we lost 9 first team players in the summer along with a serious cut in the budget (which wasn't big anyway) it's meant we've had to give a lot of younger players chances that may be a little early for them at this level. Plus obviously the players we've mainly brought in are on a lot less money and as ever in football you do generally pay for what you get.

The nucleus of the team isn't bad though, there is something to work with it's just about trying to find a few rough diamonds to fit around them to make us a little more competitive. We knew this was going to be the case, it's not shocked anyone. The cups weren't favourable we desperately needed the money and we got drawn against Poole Town in the FA Cup who are flying, we lost 1-0 in the 95th minute which kind of summed our year up.

We've played some ok football but the lack of finance and lack of quality really effects most teams us included in the final 3rd and it's where most of our good play ends. We can't score regularly and as soon as we go behind everyone knows that the game's up.

Still we played better on Tuesday even though we lost 4-1 at Chesham who are again going well in a league above us, if we can put in a performance that was similar but just improve a bit in the final 3rd then we will be ok to finish somewhere in the middle of the league.

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Re: The Non - League thread

by Four Of Clubs » 09 Nov 2019 12:35

Sorry Readers - bit late with the review this w/e .... the next round of the Trophy sort of ambushed my original version, so I've had to chop it around late this AM - hope I've not left any 'rogue' league games in..... :?

NL Sat 9th Nov

FA Cup 1st Round Proper
02 Oxford City (02 NATS) v Solihull Moors (01 NAT)
04 Harrogate Town (01 NAT) v Portsmouth (L1) (Mon 7.45) (BT Sport)
07 Dulwich Hamlet (02 NATS) 1-4 Carlisle United (L2) Friday
09 York City (02 NATN) v Altrincham (02 NATN) (Sun 12.45)
10 Wrexham (01 NAT) v Rochdale (L1) (Sun 12.45)
11 Maidstone United (02 NATS) v Torquay United (01 NAT)
12 Leyton Orient (L2) v Maldon & Tiptree (04 IL1-N) (Sun 12.45)
13 Chippenham Town (02 NATS) v Northampton Town (L2) (Sun 12.45)
14 Yeovil Town (01 NAT) v Hartlepool United (01 NAT)
16 Stourbridge (03 SLP-C) v Eastleigh (01 NAT)
18 Forest Green Rovers (L2) v Billericay Town (02 NATS)
19 Bristol Rovers (L1) v Bromley (01 NAT) (Sun 12.45)
20 Ebbsfleet United (01 NAT) v Notts County (01 NAT)
21 Walsall (L2) v Darlington (02 NATN)
22 Nantwich Town (03 NP) v A.F.C. Fylde (01 NAT)
24 Hayes & Yeading United (03 SLP-S) v Oxford United (L1) (Sun 2.15) (BT Sport)
27 Gateshead (02 NATN) v Oldham Athletic (L2) (Sun 12.45)
28 Mansfield Town (L2) v Chorley (01 NAT)
29 Dover Athletic (01 NAT) v Southend United (L1) (Sun 12.00) (BT Sport)
31 Carshalton Athletic (03 ILP) v Boston United (02 NATN)
34 Barnet (01 NAT) v Fleetwood Town (L1) (Sun 12.45)
35 Macclesfield Town (L2) v Kingstonian (03 ILP) (Sun 12.45)
36 Maidenhead United (01 NAT) v Rotherham United (L1)
40 Chichester City (04 IL1-SE) "walkover" (Bury)

FA Trophy - delayed ties 1st Round (replay)
Blackfield & Langley v Truro City
Hitchin v Bedfont Sports

2nd Round
01 Halesowen Town v Grantham Town
02 Matlock Town v Ashton United
03 Atherton Collieries v Morpeth Town
04 Sutton Coldfield Town v Hednesford Town
05 Peterborough Sports v Whitby Town
06 South Shields v A.F.C. Rushden & Diamonds
07 Barwell v Redditch United
08 Colne v Buxton
09 Runcorn Linnets v Prescot Cables
10 F.C. United of Manchester v Basford United
12 Leek Town v Workington
13 Tamworth v Gainsborough Trinity
15 Margate v Tooting & Mitcham United
16 Haringey Borough v Canvey Island
17 Yate Town v A.F.C. Totton
18 Royston Town v Haywards Heath Town
19 Bognor Regis Town v East Thurrock United
20 Westfield v Hartley Wintney
21 Basildon United v Hornchurch
22 Taunton Town v Aveley
23 Worthing v A.F.C. Sudbury
24 Hastings United v Whitehawk
26 Sholing v Barton Rovers
29 Salisbury v Kings Langley
32 Enfield Town v Thatcham Town
33 Gosport Borough v Melksham Town
34 Cinderford Town v Potters Bar Town
35 Needham Market v Leatherhead
36 Metropolitan Police v Biggleswade Town



League

NATS
Bath City v Concord Rangers
Chelmsford City v Dorking Wanderers
Havant & Waterlooville v Slough Town
Hemel Hempstead Town v Braintree Town
Hungerford Town v Tonbridge Angels
Wealdstone v Eastbourne Borough

SLP-C
Banbury United v St Ives Town

SLP-S
Chesham United v Farnborough
Harrow Borough v Swindon Supermarine
Hendon v Beaconsfield Town
SL1-C
AFC Dunstable v North Leigh
Coleshill Town v Didcot Town
Daventry Town v Wantage Town
St Neots Town v Aylesbury United
Welwyn Garden City v Kidlington
SL1-S
Evesham United v Highworth Town
Moneyfields v Winchester City

IL1-SC
Barking v Staines Town
Bracknell Town v Waltham Abbey
Chalfont St Peter v Chertsey Town
Marlow
v Ashford Town (Middx)

CCLP
Abbey Rangers v Badshot Lea
Camberley Town
v Egham Town
CB Hounslow United
v Redhill
Cobham v Balham
Colliers Wood United v Ascot United
Frimley Green
v Spelthorne Sports
Guildford City v Knaphill
Molesey v Sutton Common Rovers
Raynes Park Vale PP Hanworth Villa
Southall v Sheerwater

CCL1
Ash United v Walton & Hersham
Bedfont & Feltham v Jersey Bulls
Chessington & Hook United v FC Deportivo Galicia
Cove v Bagshot
Dorking Wanderers Res v AFC Hayes
Eversley & California v Farnham Town
Fleet Spurs
v Westside
Godalming Town v British Airways
Tooting Bec v Kensington & Ealing Boro

BERKS & BUCKS SENIOR TROPHY – 3rd Round
14:00 Cookham Dean v Sandhurst Town
14:00 Westwood Wanderers v Wantage Town Dev
Abingdon United v Newbury
Buckingham Athletic v Wallingford Town


HELLP
Bishops Cleeve PP Reading City
Brackley Town Saints
v Lydney Town
Fairford Town v Ardley United
Longlevens AFC PP Binfield
Royal Wootton Bassett Town v Burnham - 'Blues will want to back up some decent home form with something here against fellow strugglers
Shrivenham v Easington Sports
Tuffley Rovers v Flackwell Heath
Virginia Water
v Brimscombe & Thrupp
Westfields v Holmer Green
HELL1E
AFC Aldermaston v Marlow United - reportedly new management in or due in at AFC
Chalvey Sports v Langley
Wokingham & Emmbrook
v Thame Rangers

WESSP
Alresford Town v Solent University - top vs bottom - though the 'Stundents' have just drifted above Amesbury on GD
Bournemouth PP Fleet Town
Tadley Calleva
v Shaftesbury
WESS1
14:00 Folland Sports v Petersfield Town
Alton
v United Services Portsmouth
Andover Town v Downton - Town host leaders
Whitchurch United PP Pewsey Vale

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