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RYMAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE – WEEKLY NEWS AND MATCH BULLETIN
Season 2008-2009 No: 14 - : - 10th November 2008

LEAGUE NEWS LEAGUE NEWS



FA YOUTH CUP

Two teams from the Ryman Youth League, Croydon Athletic and Lewes, have reached the Second Round Proper of the FA Youth Cup following their midweek victories against Hayes & Yeading United and Histon respectively. Their reward is to be paired together in the Second Round, the match being played at Lewes on Wednesday, 19th November, kick-off 7.45 p.m.


And the incentive for the winners is a home tie in the Third Round against the Youth team from Premiership side Hull City, a big incentive for both teams to do well.
WEEKEND REVIEW

The FA Cup brought no joy for Ryman League clubs on Saturday as neither Harlow Town nor Sutton United could score against Macclesfield Town and Notts County, respectively. The Silkmen scored twice and the Magpies once, in front of crowds of just over 2,000 fans, to leave just AFC Hornchurch, playing on Sunday, in the second round draw. And there was no joy for the Urchins, who lost to a goal in the last minute of normal time.

 

In the Premier Division, the big game was at the Wheatsheaf Ground and it went the way of League leaders Dover Athletic 3–2. It was a good day for the bottom two, as Hendon crushed Ramsgate 5–1 at Southwood Stadium, while Harrow Borough came from behind to defeat Dartford 2–1. Canvey Island also upset the formbook, ending Hastings United’s good run with a 5–2 victory at Park Lane. Heybridge Swifts slipped to the bottom of table after losing 1–0 at home to Wealdstone. Horsham and Maidstone United both recorded 2–0 home victories, over Margate and Tooting & Mitcham United, respectively, while Carshalton Athletic’s trip to Tonbridge Angels was postponed.



 

In Division One North, the top five all won, Waltham Abbey 3–1 at home to erstwhile sixth-placed Leyton, Brentwood Town 2–1 at Potters Bar Town, Aveley 3–1 at home to bottom-of-the table Witham Town, Ware 2–0 at Chatham Town and East Thurrock United 2–0 over visiting Enfield Town. Wingate & Finchley are now sixth after a solitary goal victory at home to Redbridge. At the bottom, Hillingdon Borough remain 21st after a 3–1 loss at Thamesmead Town and Waltham Forest are two points above the drop zone following their 2–1 defeat at Great Wakering Rovers. There were no goals at Theobalds Lane as Cheshunt and Concord Rangers were stalemated, while a waterlogged pitch at Cricklefield Stadium meant Ilford’s match at home to Maldon Town was called off.

 

Kingstonian continue to set the pace in Division One South and have extended their lead to eight points after they won 4–2 at Whitstable Town. Cray Wanderers were shocked, 4–0 at home, by Fleet Town and Metropolitan Police were held to a 2–2 draw by Eastbourne Town, despite leading 2–0 at the break. And there was another surprise home defeat for a playoff team, Folkestone Invicta losing 2–0 to Crowborough Athletic at the Buzzlines Stadium. The bottom two, Croydon Athletic and Chipstead both lost, the former going down 3–2 at Dulwich Hamlet, the latter 4–1 at home to Corinthian–Casuals. The only other winners on the day were Worthing, who triumphed 3–1 at Walton Casuals. Ashford Town and Walton & Hersham drew 2–2 and Burgess Hill Town and Sittingbourne finished 1–1, while both Godalming Town’s match at home to Whyteleafe and Merstham’s trip to Leatherhead fell foul of the weather.


Premier Division

The top two met at Wheatsheaf Park and leaders Dover Athletic departed with a nine-point lead after a 3–2 defeat of hosts Staines Town. A Frannie Collin penalty after four minutes gave Dover the lead, but it was cancelled out by Dean Thomas after 19 minutes. Shaun Welford netted a second for Dover just before the half-hour and they held this lead until the 61st minute, when Elliot Onochie restored parity. Maybe the decisive goal of the season came in the final minute when Welford grabbed his second and Dover’s winner.

 

It was a good day for the other three Middlesex clubs in action, with Hendon the biggest winners, recording their first-ever triumph over Ramsgate – at the sixth attempt – and doing so in style, 5–1 at Southwood Stadium. Lee O’Leary scored twice, just before half-time and just before the hour mark, Brian Haule netted seconds after the interval and Harry Hunt, 74 minutes, and Charlie Mapes, 90, were the other scorers. Steffan Ball briefly gave the Rams hope when he made it 2–1 in the 48th minute.



 

Harrow Borough came from a goal down at home to Dartford to win 2–1. Cody McDonald opened the scoring for the Darts after 29 minutes, but Curt Morlese equalised on 65 minutes and Robin Shroot netted the winner four minutes later. At Scraley Road, Wealdstone’s Chris O’Leary scored the only goal after 19 minutes to send hosts Heybridge Swifts to the foot of the table.

 

Canvey Island ended Hastings United’s recent good run with a 5–2 victory at Park Lane, courtesy of four first-half goals, from Stuart Ainsley, Leon Antoine, two, and Leon Gordon. Ben White and Antonio Gonella made things interesting with goals after 65 and 81 minutes, but Gordon grabbed his second with two minutes to go to ease the Gulls’ nerves.



 

Gary Charman and Lee Farrell scored after five and seven minutes, respectively, and they were enough for Horsham to beat Margate 2–0 at Woodside Road. There was the same scoreline at the Bourne Ground as goals from James Pinnock after 19 minutes and Ian Selley in the final minutes gave Maidstone United victory over Tooting & Mitcham United.

 

Tonbridge Angels’ match at home to Carshalton Athletic was postponed because of a waterlogged pitch at Longmead Stadium.


Division One North

Two first-half goals from Marc Sontag sent leaders Waltham Abbey on their way to victory at home to Leyton. Billy Holland made it 3–0 after 73 minutes and Leyton’s consolation goal came from Des Thomas with ten minutes remaining.

 

The remainder of the top five all won and they have a six point cushion over the chasing pack. Brentwood Town trail the leaders on goal-difference, but have a game in hand, after Danny Glozier, 65 minutes, and Lee Perry, 73, turned around a one-goal deficit to defeat Potters Bar Town. Sammy Winston had given the Scholars the lead just after half-time.



 

Aveley took the lead against bottom of the table Witham Town with a 19th-minute goal from Sean Francis. Julian Edwards equalised, but second half goals from Joao Carlos and a Petrit Elbi penalty ensured the Millers won 3–1. Two goals from John Frendo, in the last minute of each half, were enough to give Ware a 2–0 victory at Chatham Town, while Elliot Gresham, 17 minutes, and Max Cornhill, 80, were the marksmen for East Thurrock United as they saw off Enfield Town at Rookery Hill.

 

Wingate & Finchley scored on the stroke of half-time, through Marc Weatherstone, and it was enough for them to condemn Redbridge to a narrow defeat at the Abrahams Stadium.



 

At Thamesmead Town, all the real action came in the final few minutes. They led Hillingdon Borough with a Scott Mulholland goal after 44 minutes. Rikki Cable then added two more for Thamesmead while Alec Gedikin made it 3–1.

 

At Burroughs Park, Great Wakering Rovers inflicted a 12th League defeat of the season on Waltham Forest. They took the lead with an own goal from Sean Roberts, but Forest equalised just before half-time through Joel Palmer. Rovers’ winner came from Jimmy Webb after 57 minutes.



 

Two early goals, from Sean Sonner and Otis Williams laid the foundation for Northwood’s 3–1 defeat of Tilbury at Chestnut Avenue. Danny Murphy added a third after 73 minutes, while Chris Stowe got a consolation for the Dockers in the last minute. The other match to survive the weather – Ilford’s game at home to Maldon Town was postponed – was at Cheshunt, where the hosts were held to a goalless draw by Concord Rangers.


Division One South

A Bobby Traynor hat-trick – the only one on the day in the Ryman League – was the highlight of leaders Kingstonian’s 4–2 victory at Whitstable Town. He scored after five, seven and 85 minutes. In between Dan Wisker and Jack Tanner netted for The Oystermen, while Dean Lodge kept the Ks in front.

 

Cray Wanderers suffered their first home defeat for 13 months was spectacular. The Wands fell 4–0 against Fleet Town at Hayes Lane, with Mark Anderson, 45 and 80 minutes, Eddie Smith, 84, and Jermaine Hamilton, 88, the men on target. Metropolitan Police also failed to win at home, squandering first-half strikes by Craig Carley and Gary Drewett, and sharing the spoils with Eastbourne Town, for whom James Northwood netted twice.



 

At the Buzzlines Stadium, Folkestone Invicta lost 2–0 to visiting Crowborough Athletic. Gavin Gordon scored after 19 and 56 minutes as the Sussex club climbed off the bottom and out of the bottom three. Sinking to the foot of the table are Croydon Athletic, who went down 3–2 at Dulwich Hamlet, despite goals from Shabazz Baidoo and Sean Rivers in the opening eight minutes. Ryan Bernard pulled a goal back after 12 minutes and parity was restored by Cedric Ngakam on the stroke of half-time. Benson Paka was Hamlet’s match-winner in the 82nd minute.

 

Corinthian–Casuals also moved away from the danger zone and left Chipstead deep in trouble after winning 4–1 away. Casuals raced into a two-goal lead, courtesy of Byron Brown after 15 minutes and Joe Nwoko six minutes later. Nathan Campbell reduced the arrears for Chipstead sixty seconds after Nwoko’s first goal, but Paul Hunt, 62 minutes, and Nwoko, again in the last minute, ensured the points belonged to Corinthian–Casuals.



 

Walton Casuals also remain in the bottom three after they lost 3–1 at home to Worthing. Danny Platel gave Casuals the perfect start with a goal after three minutes, but it was cancelled out by Scott Kirkwood two minutes later. Jamie Brotherton gave Worthing the lead after 20 minutes and Kirkwood got his second in the last minute.

 

At the Homelands, Walton & Hersham’s visit to Ashford Town ended all square. Phil Cramp gave the Swans a short-lived lead after 16 minutes, but Claude Seania levelled matters just three minutes later. Zach Graham restored Walton’s advantage ten minutes before the interval with a penalty, but Ashford snatched a point with a last-minute goal from Ryan Briggs.



 

Burgess Hill Town were also denied by a late goal at home to Sittingbourne. They led through a Danny Gainsford goal after 29 minutes, but Bryan Glover equalised for the Brickies five minutes from time.

 

Both Godalming Town v Whyteleafe and Leatherhead v Merstham were postponed because of waterlogged pitches.


FA Cup

There was disappointment for two famous cup-fighters of the 1970s and 80s. Harlow Town, who once knocked out Southend United and Watford, fell 2–0 at home to Macclesfield Town, for whom Shaun Brisley finally broke the deadlock midway through the second half. The Hawks’ hopes of forcing a replay were dashed by Terry Dunfield four minutes from time.

 

At Gander Green Lane, Sutton United, conquerors of Coventry City in 1989 and who faced Leeds United as Isthmian League members in the early 1970s, took on Notts County. The Us had a few chances, but their resistance was finally broken after 75 minutes, undone by a neat header from Paul Butcher. A fine save from Russell Hoult denied Craig Dundas a late equaliser.



 

On Sunday, AFC Hornchurch entertained Peterborough United, who had a number of former Ryman League players in their squad. Like the other two matches, this one reached the half-time break goalless and there was late misery for the Urchins. There were less than 30 seconds of normal remaining when former St Albans City striker Craig Mackail-Smith, who played in the Ryman League as a 17-year-old, struck for the Posh.


Ryman Youth League

It was a quiet week in the Ryman Youth League, with FA Youth Cup games and last weekend’s rain disrupting the League programme.


Just one match took place in the South East Division, where Horsham won bragging rights in their local derby win against Horsham YMCA, winning 5-0 in front of a crowd of 101. The win took Horsham up to fifth place in the Divisional table.
In the North West Division, leaders AFC Wimbledon retained top spot with a 3-0 home win against Tooting & Mitcham United – Peter Rapson scoring two of the goals. The previous evening second places Staines Town had won by a single goal at Walton & Hersham – Darren Millard scoring the all important goal in the 33rd minute. Also playing that night and also winning by the only goal of the game were Kingstonian, winners against Hampton & Richmond Borough – Jordan Waller was the goal scorer.
Four clubs played in the First Round Proper of the FA Youth Cup, with two victorious.
Croydon Athletic progressed to the Second Round with a stirring performance against Hayes & Yeading, coming out 2-1 winners with goals from Dan Moody and Jack Nicholson.

Croydon took an early lead, only for Hayes to equalise in the second half but the Rams raised their game and Nicholson sealed it 15 minutes from time.


Lewes made history at the Dripping Pan by progressing through to the second round of the FA Youth Cup for the first time. In a tight game against Histon, Lewes were made to battle hard and went in all square at half time. Lewes made a number of second half chances before David Wheeler broke through and finished neatly with a shot across the goal that nestled into the far corner. Histon pressed for the equaliser but their efforts were in vain when Fred Foreman doubled the lead in the closing stages.
Burgess Hill Town and Wycombe Wanderers both went out as Burgess Hill Town lost 0-2 at home to Wycombe Wanderers in front of a 205 crowd, whilst Woking were finally beaten by Exeter City 1-2, the match going to extra time.
The first match in this season’s Isthmian Youth Cup took place on Thursday evening, Brentwood Town going through in a Second Round match against Redbridge.
TECHNICAL AREA

Clubs were made aware in Bulletin No. 11 that Neale Barry, The FA’s Head of Senior Refereeing, would be reminding match officials of their responsibility to enforce the rules regarding the technical area.


Please note that this reminder has now been sent to all Contributory league match officials.
YELLOW FOOTBALLS

Clubs are reminded that all matches in the Ryman Football League and the Isthmian League Cup played in December, January and February must commence with a yellow Chryso football. They should not be used for games played in November.


LIVE SCORES

The live scores of Ryman Football League matches can be viewed during games through non-league vidiprinter at the following link:


http://www.nonleaguefootballlive.com/vidiprinter
 

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RESULTS RESULTS


Monday, 3rd November, 2008

Division One South

Kingstonian 1 - 3 Worthing 284

Traynor 54 (pen) Andrews 45, Brotherton 67,

Demetriou 70



Essex Senior Cup – Third Round

Southend United 2 - 3 Redbridge -



(After extra time)

Walker 42, 90 (pen) Alder 50, Humphrey 55,

Dean 119
Tuesday, 4th November, 2008

Division One North

Brentwood Town 2-0 Chatham Town 103

Wareham 53, Stanley 67

Division One South

Chipstead 1-6 Cray Wanderers 102

Cole-Bolt 52 Kinch 15, 20, 83, Willy 61,

Luckett 77 (pen), Sterling 80,

Dulwich Hamlet 3-1 Whyeleafe 170

Matata 26, 71, Hamici 83 Greene 48

Godalming Town 1-1 Folkestone Invicta 110

Otley 21 Byrne 64



FA Trophy – Second Round Qualifying

Dover Athletic 2 - 3 Cambridge City 509

Welford 15, Collin 45 Fuller 3, Midgley 5, Calliste 50

FA Trophy – Second Round Qualifying Replays

AFC Sudbury 4 - 3 Great Wakering Rovers 201



(After extra time)

Heath 10, 109, Revell 39, Trenkel 5 (pen), Johnson 43,

Tracey 90 Richmond 53

Chippenham Town 0 - 1 Heybridge Swifts 223

King 68 (pen)

Oxford City 2 - 4 Dartford 219

Faulkner 13, Saulsbury 87 (pen) McDonald 20, 60, Butterworth 29,

Noble 44


Essex Senior Cup – Third Round

Concord Rangers 2 - 1 East Thurrock United 91

Begg 25, Okley 71 Llewellyn 49

Grays Athletic 7 - 0 Maldon Town 126

Slabber (3), Beanie, Hickie,

Wilnis and Dayes

Waltham Abbey 1 - 4 FC Clacton 43

White 90 (pen) Hillier 18, Dunkley 25,

Springett 55 (pen), Gibson 57

Witham Town 2 – 0 Ilford 55

Glibbery 15, Edwards 68

Herts. Charity Cup – Second Round

Berkhamsted Town 2 - 3 Ware -

Aldridge, Richardson Wolf 5, 82, Frendo 73

London Senior Cup – Second Round

Wingate & Finchley 3 – 0 Corinthian-Casuals 37

D. Williams 54, Fisher 57,

Rifat 78


Surrey Senior Cup – Second Round

Banstead Athletic 0 – 5 Ashford Town (Middx) 36

S. Harris 6, 66, Todd 53,

Smith 72, 73


Wednesday, 5th November, 2008

Essex Senior Cup – Third Round

Waltham Forest 3 - 2 Stanway Rovers 45



(After extra time)

Bums 41, Palmer 48, Harewood 62, Newson S. 84 (pen)

Stanley 94 (pen)
Saturday, 8th November, 2008

Premier Division

Canvey Island 5 - 2 Hastings United 324

Ainsley 11, Antoine 31, 45, White 65, Sonella 81

Gordon 33, 88

Harrow Borough 2 - 1 Dartford 325

Morelese 65, Shroot 69 McDonald 29

Heybridge Swifts 0 - 1 Wealdstone 139

O’Leary 19

Horsham 2 - 0 Margate 278

Charman 5, Farrell 7

Maidstone United 2 - 0 Tooting & Mitcham United 375

Pinnock 19, Selley 90

Ramsgate 1 - 5 Hendon 229

Ball 48 O’Leary 42, 59, Haule 46,

Hunt 75, Mapes 90

Staines Town 2 - 3 Dover Athletic 491

J.Thomas 19, Onochie 61 Collin 4 (pen), Welford 29, 90

Tonbridge Angels Postponed Carshalton Athletic -


Division One North

Aveley 3 - 1 Witham Town 66

Francis 18, 58 (pen), Carlos 48 Edwards 26

Chatham Town 0 - 2 Ware 154

Frendo 45, 90

Cheshunt 0 - 0 Concord Rangers 155


East Thurrock United 2 - 0 Enfield Town 216

Gresham 17, Cornhill 80

Great Wakering Rovers 2 - 1 Waltham Forest 84

Roberts 14 (og), Webb 57 Palmer 44

Ilford Postponed Maldon Town -
Northwood 3 - 1 Tilbury 98

Sonner 6, Williams 10, Stowe 90

Murphy 73

Potters Bar Town 1 - 2 Brentwood Town 65

Winston 47 Glozier 65 (pen), Perry 73

Thamesmead Town 3 - 1 Hillingdon Borough 48

Mulholland 44, Cable 88, 89 Gedikin 89

Waltham Abbey 3 - 1 Leyton 81

M. Sontag 2, 29, Bolland 73 Thomas 80

Wingate & Finchley 1 - 0 Redbridge 60

Weatherstone 45

Division One South

Ashford Town 2 - 2 Walton & Hersham 269

Seania 19, Briggs Cramp 16, Graham 35 (pen)

Burgess Hill Town 1 - 1 Sittingbourne 165

Gainsford 29 Glover 85

Chipstead 1 - 4 Corinthian-Casuals 95

Campbell 22 Brown 15, Nwoko 21, 90,

Hunt 62


Cray Wanderers 0 - 4 Fleet Town 160

Anderson 45, 80, Smith 84,

Hamilton 88

Dulwich Hamlet 3 - 2 Croydon Athletic 194

Bernard 12, Ngakam 45, Baidoo 4, Rivers 8

Paka 82


Folkestone Invicta 0 - 2 Crowborough Athletic 220

Gordon 19, 56

Godalming Town Postponed Whyteleafe -
Leatherhead Postponed Merstham -
Metropolitan Police 2 - 2 Eastbourne Town 114

Carley 21, Drewett 34 Norwood 56, 88

Walton Casuals 1 - 3 Worthing 129

Platel 3 Kirkwood 5, 89, Brotherton 20 ,

Whitstable Town 2 - 4 Kingstonian 235

Wisker 36, Tanner 57 Traynor 1, 5, 89, Lodge 45



FA Cup – First Round Proper

Harlow Town 0 - 2 Macclesfield Town 2,149

Brisley 65, Dunfield 86

Sutton United 0 - 1 Notts County 2.041

Butcher 75
Sunday, 9th November, 2008

FA Cup – First Round Proper

AFC Hornchurch 0 - 1 Peterborough United 3,000

McKrail-Smith 90

FIXTURES FIXTURES


Tuesday, 11th November, 2008

Premier Division

Boreham Wood vs. Margate

Sutton United vs. Tonbridge Angels

Division One North

Cheshunt vs. Thamesmead Town

Ware vs. East Thurrock United

Division One South

Dulwich Hamlet vs. Chipstead

Merstham vs. Fleet Town

Whyteleafe vs. Walton Casuals



Essex Senior Cup – Third Round

Harlow Town vs. Billericay Town

Heybridge Swifts vs. Barking

Herts. Senior Cup – First Round

Leverstock Green vs. Potters Bar Town



Kent Senior Cup – First Round

Welling United vs. Sittingbourne



Middlesex Charity Cup – First Round

Ashford Town (Middx) vs. North Greenford United

Enfield Town vs. Wingate & Finchley

Hillingdon Borough vs. Hayes & Yeading (kick-off 7.30 p.m.)

Staines Town vs. Enfield

Sussex Senior Cup – Second Round

Hastings United vs. Burgess Hill Town


Wednesday, 12th November, 2008

Essex Senior Cup – Third Round

Colchester United vs. Aveley

Great Wakering Rovers vs. AFC Hornchurch
Saturday, 15th November, 2008

Premier Division

Ashford Town (Middx) vs. Billericay Town

Boreham Wood vs. Horsham

Carshalton Athletic vs. Canvey Island

Dartford vs. Sutton United

Dover Athletic vs. Heybridge Swifts

Harlow Town vs. Ramsgate

Hastings United vs. AFC Hornchurch

Hendon vs. Tonbridge Angels (at Harrow Borough FC)

Margate vs. Harrow Borough

Tooting & Mitcham United vs. Staines Town

Wealdstone vs. Maidstone United



Division One North

Brentwood Town vs. Aveley

Concord Rangers vs. East Thurrock United

Enfield Town vs. Great Wakering Rovers

Hillingdon Borough vs. Ilford

Leyton vs. Wingate & Finchley

Maldon Town vs. Cheshunt

Redbridge vs. Chatham Town

Tilbury vs. Thamesmead Town

Waltham Forest vs. Potters Bar Town

Ware vs. Waltham Abbey

Witham Town vs. Northwood



Division One South

Corinthian-Casuals vs. Cray Wanderers

Crowborough Athletic vs. Dulwich Hamlet

Croydon Athletic vs. Godalming Town

Eastbourne Town vs. Leatherhead

Fleet Town vs. Chipstead

Kingstonian vs. Folkestone Invicta

Merstham vs. Walton Casuals

Sittingbourne vs. Metropolitan Police

Walton & Hersham vs. Whitstable Town

Whyteleafe vs. Burgess Hill Town

Worthing vs. Ashford Town


Monday, 17th November, 2008

Division One South

Sittingbourne vs. Walton Casuals


Tuesday, 18th November, 2008

Premier Division

AFC Hornchurch vs. Hendon

Billericay Town vs. Margate

Canvey Island vs. Boreham Wood

Harrow Borough vs. Ashford Town (Middx)

Heybridge Swifts vs. Harlow Town

Maidstone United vs. Carshalton Athletic

Staines Town vs. Hastings United

Sutton United vs. Dover Athletic

Tonbridge Angels vs. Dartford



Division One North

Concord Rangers vs. Northwood

Tilbury vs. Wingate & Finchley

Division One South

Chipstead vs. Crowborough Athletic

Croydon Athletic vs. Burgess Hill Town

Walton & Hersham vs. Fleet Town

Whyteleafe vs. Cray Wanderers

Isthmian League Cup – First Round

Brentwood Town vs. Potters Bar Town

Great Wakering Rovers vs. East Thurrock United

London Senior Cup – Second Round

Beckenham Town vs. Dulwich Hamlet


Wednesday, 19th November, 2008

Premier Division

Horsham vs. Wealdstone


Saturday, 22nd November, 2008

Premier Division

Boreham Wood vs. Billericay Town

Canvey Island vs. Tooting & Mitcham United

Harlow Town vs. Carshalton Athletic

Hendon vs. Margate (at Harrow Borough F.C.)

Horsham vs. AFC Hornchurch

Maidstone United vs. Ashford Town (Middx)

Tonbridge Angels vs. Harrow Borough

Wealdstone vs. Dover Athletic

Division One North

Aveley vs. Hillingdon Borough

Chatham Town vs. Leyton

Cheshunt vs. Waltham Forest

Great Wakering Rovers vs. Ware

Ilford vs. Concord Rangers

Northwood vs. Brentwood Town

Potters Bar Town vs. Enfield Town

Thamesmead Town vs. Redbridge

Waltham Abbey vs. Tilbury



Division One South

Ashford Town vs. Whyteleafe

Burgess Hill Town vs. Fleet Town

Chipstead vs. Croydon Athletic

Dulwich Hamlet vs. Walton & Hersham

Folkestone Invicta vs. Merstham

Kingstonian vs. Godalming Town

Leatherhead vs. Corinthian-Casuals

Metropolitan Police vs. Crowborough Athletic

Walton Casuals vs. Eastbourne Town

Whitstable Town vs. Worthing

FA Trophy – Third Round Qualifying

Bath City vs. East Thurrock United

Cray Wanderers vs. Brackley Town

Cambridge City vs. Hastings United

Hemel Hempstead Town vs. Heybridge Swifts

Ramsgate vs. Bognor Regis Town

St Albans City vs. Dartford

Wingate & Finchley vs. Sutton United


Monday, 24th November, 2008

Division One South

Sittingbourne vs. Worthing



Surrey Senior Cup – Second Round

Walton Casuals vs. Lingfield


Tuesday, 25th November, 2008

Division One North

East Thurrock United vs. Potters Bar Town



Division One South

Burgess Hill Town vs. Dulwich Hamlet

Fleet Town vs. Eastbourne Town

Herts. Senior Cup – Second Round

Sawbridgeworth Town vs. Boreham Wood (kick-off 7.30 p.m.)



Kent Senior Cup – First Round

Ebbsfleet United vs. Dover Athletic



Surrey Senior Cup – Second Round

Bookham vs. Carshalton Athletic (at Dorking FC)

Molesey vs. Merstham

Whyteleafe vs. Crystal Palace


Wednesday, 26th November, 2008

Premier Division

Hendon vs. Heybridge Swifts (at Wembley F.C.)



Surrey Senior Cup – Second Round

Cobham vs. Leatherhead



Saturday, 29th November, 2008

Premier Division

AFC Hornchurch vs. Sutton United

Ashford Town (Middx) vs. Ramsgate

Billericay Town vs. Maidstone United

Carshalton Athletic vs. Hendon

Dartford vs. Boreham Wood

Dover Athletic vs. Tonbridge Angels

Harrow Borough vs. Horsham

Hastings United vs. Wealdstone

Heybridge Swifts vs. Canvey Island

Margate vs. Staines Town

Tooting & Mitcham United vs. Harlow Town



Division One North

Aveley vs. East Thurrock United

Chatham Town vs. Potters Bar Town

Cheshunt vs. Great Wakering Rovers

Concord Rangers vs. Maldon Town

Enfield Town vs. Thamesmead Town

Northwood vs. Ilford

Redbridge vs. Waltham Abbey

Tilbury vs. Leyton

Waltham Forest vs. Hillingdon Borough

Wingate & Finchley vs. Ware

Witham Town vs. Brentwood Town



Division One South

Burgess Hill Town vs. Chipstead

Crowborough Athletic vs. Whyteleafe

Eastbourne Town vs. Cray Wanderers

Fleet Town vs. Dulwich Hamlet

Godalming Town vs. Whitstable Town

Merstham vs. Metropolitan Police

Sittingbourne vs. Leatherhead

Walton & Hersham vs. Croydon Athletic

Walton Casuals vs. Folkestone Invicta

Worthing vs. Corinthian-Casuals

FA Cup – Second Round Proper
Sunday, 30th November, 2008

Division One South

Kingstonian vs. Ashford Town






LEAGUE TABLES As at Saturday, 8th November 2008
PREMIER DIVISION P W D L F A Pts GD

Dover Athletic 13 12 0 1 29 9 36 +20

Staines Town 14 8 3 3 27 17 27 +10

Carshalton Athletic 15 8 3 4 23 20 27 +3

Maidstone United 14 8 2 4 21 12 26 +9

Tooting & Mitcham United 16 8 2 6 26 23 26 +3

Canvey Island 16 7 4 5 33 27 25 +6

Tonbridge Angels 14 7 3 4 26 17 24 +9

Boreham Wood 13 6 4 3 20 15 22 +5

Ashford Town (Middx) 13 7 0 6 22 19 21 +3

Hastings United 16 7 0 9 22 27 21 -5

Harlow Town 12 6 2 4 19 11 20 +8

Wealdstone 16 5 4 7 23 23 19 +0

Horsham 13 6 1 6 23 25 19 -2

Billericay Town 14 5 4 5 20 25 19 -5

AFC Hornchurch 13 5 3 5 15 16 18 -1

Dartford 15 5 3 7 21 23 18 -2

Sutton United 12 4 4 4 12 16 16 -4

Margate 16 3 3 10 13 26 12 -13

Ramsgate 17 2 6 9 21 37 12 -16

Hendon 13 3 2 8 21 21 11 +0

Harrow Borough 14 2 5 7 11 30 11 -19



Heybridge Swifts 15 1 6 8 9 18 9 -9
DIVISION ONE NORTH P W D L F A Pts GD

Waltham Abbey 16 11 4 1 42 15 37 +27

Brentwood Town 15 11 4 0 31 10 37 +21

Aveley 16 10 6 0 33 13 36 +20

Ware 15 11 1 3 35 18 34 +17

East Thurrock United 13 10 1 2 31 17 31 +14

Wingate & Finchley 13 7 4 2 24 13 25 +11

Leyton 15 8 1 6 30 20 25 +10

Concord Rangers 15 7 3 5 27 16 24 +11

Northwood 15 7 3 5 21 17 24 +4

Redbridge 15 6 5 4 29 16 23 +13

Cheshunt 14 7 2 5 21 17 23 +4

Maldon Town 15 6 3 6 21 21 21 +0

Great Wakering Rovers 15 5 4 6 20 26 19 -6

Tilbury 15 5 3 7 23 21 18 +2

Thamesmead Town 16 5 2 9 20 31 17 -11

Enfield Town 14 4 3 7 29 36 15 -7

Potters Bar Town 15 3 5 7 18 20 14 -2

Chatham Town 16 3 2 11 16 28 11 -12

Ilford 15 3 1 11 8 35 10 -27

Waltham Forest 17 2 3 12 15 40 9 -25

Hillingdon Borough 15 2 1 12 9 38 7 -29

Witham Town 15 1 1 13 16 51 4 -35
DIVISION ONE SOUTH P W D L F A Pts GD

Kingstonian 15 11 3 1 39 16 36 +23

Metropolitan Police 16 7 7 2 29 18 28 +11

Cray Wanderers 15 8 3 4 32 26 27 +6

Folkestone Invicta 16 7 5 4 23 19 26 +4

Godalming Town 15 7 3 5 28 18 24 +10

Worthing 13 7 3 3 25 18 24 +7

Dulwich Hamlet 14 7 3 4 24 18 24 +6

Fleet Town 13 6 5 2 30 19 23 +11

Merstham 14 7 2 5 18 17 23 +1

Sittingbourne 14 7 2 5 24 25 23 -1

Eastbourne Town 15 6 3 6 32 28 21 +4

Walton & Hersham 15 6 3 6 21 21 21 +0

Ashford Town 16 4 7 5 26 21 19 +5

Burgess Hill Town 13 5 4 4 20 15 19 +5

Leatherhead 14 5 3 6 20 29 18 -9

Whitstable Town 16 4 2 10 19 38 14 -19

Whyteleafe 13 4 1 8 19 26 13 -7

Corinthian-Casuals 16 3 4 9 27 38 13 -11

Crowborough Athletic 14 3 3 8 20 29 12 -9

Walton Casuals 14 3 3 8 15 25 12 -10

Chipstead 13 2 4 7 20 37 10 -17

Croydon Athletic 14 2 3 9 22 32 9 -10

PLAYER MOVEMENTS

Players Registered to date: 2,905

New Players Registered the week: 38
Player From To Date

Alderton, Rio K. Sittingbourne Enfield Town 9th November 2008

Dolton, Daniel M. Whitstable Town Ramsgate 11th November 2008

Fankem, Chamberlin Dartford Walton Casuals 7th November 2008

Forbes, Boniek Cheshunt Brentwood Town 8th November 2008

Francis, Daniel L. Cheshunt Potters Bar Town 7th November 2008

Gagliardi la Gala, Roberto Waltham Forest Godalming Town 8th November 2008

Harney, Michael Croydon Athletic Whyteleafe 4th November 2008

Jones, Thomas A. Leyton Enfield Town 7th November 2008

Ketchell, Richard Dartford Billericay Town 4th November 2008

May, Tom Horsham Horsham YMCA 4th November 2008

Muguo, Stanley Tooting & Mitcham Utd Dulwich Hamlet 8th November 2008

O’Brien, Alex J. Dartford Chatham Town 7th November 2008

(Short term loan)

Power, Michael F. Margate Carshalton Athletic 7th November 2008

Robinson, Sam J. Leatherhead Corinthian-Casuals 4th November 2008

Rose, Kevin Eastbourne Town Hastings United 4th November 2008

Sappleton, Patrick Margate Godalming Town 7th November 2008

Shannon, Ben Croydon Athletic Leatherhead 7th November 2008

Sordell, Marvin Watford Wealdstone 31st October 2008

(Work experience)

Tague, Harrison Enfield Town Harlow Town 13th November 2008

Taylor, James Dartford Chatham Town 7th November 2008

Turley, Jamie Wycombe Wanderers Hendon 8th November 2008



(Short term loan)

York, Matt Carshalton Athletic Tooting & Mitcham Utd 5th November 2008




FIXTURE CHANGES TABLE

Premier Division

Match

Original Date

New Date

AFC Hornchurch vs. Boreham Wood

8th November 2008

9th December 2008

AFC Hornchurch vs. Harrow Borough

11th November 2008




Ashford Town (Middx) vs. Horsham

25th October 2008




Billericay Town vs. Harlow Town

8th November 2008




Boreham Wood vs. Sutton United

28th October 2008




Hendon vs. Hastings United

22nd November 2008




Hendon vs. Horsham

28th October 2008




Maidstone United vs. AFC Hornchurch

25th October 2008




Ramsgate vs. Dartford

22nd November 2008




Staines Town vs. Harlow Town

14th October 2008

20th January 2009

Staines Town vs. Maidstone United

11th October 2008

6th January 2009

Sutton United vs. Margate

22nd November 2008

13th January 2009

Staines Town vs. Heybridge Swifts

22nd November 2008




Tonbridge Angels vs. Carshalton Athletic

8th November 2008




Division One North

Match

Original Date

New Date

Cheshunt vs. Wingate & Finchley

28th October 2008




East Thurrock United vs. Witham Town

22nd November 2008

13th January 2009

Leyton vs. Redbridge

25th October 2008




Tilbury vs. Wingate & Finchley

1st November 2008

18th November 2008

Wingate & Finchley vs. Maldon Town

22nd November 2008




Witham Town vs. Enfield Town

28th October 2008




Ilford vs. Maldon Town

8th November 2008





Division One South

Match

Original Date

New Date

Cray Wanderers vs. Sittingbourne

22nd November 2008




Worthing vs. Dulwich Hamlet

1st November 2008




Walton Casuals vs. Burgess Hill Town

9th December 2008

15th December 2008

Sittingbourne vs. Walton Casuals

1st November 2008

17th November 2008

Croydon Athletic vs. Leatherhead

1st November 2008

16th December 2008

Godalming Town vs. Whyteleafe

8th November 2008




Leatherhead vs. Merstham

8th November 2008






RYMAN YOUTH LEAGUE

RESULTS RESULTS


Monday, 3rd November 2008

South West Division

Tonbridge Angels Postponed Eastbourne Town

Worthing Postponed Whyteleafe
FA Youth Cup – First Round Proper

Burgess Hill Town 0 - 2 Wycombe Wanderers 205

Wallis 3, McClure 33

Hayes & Yeading United 1 - 2 Croydon Athletic 93

Lovell 73 Moody 30, Nicholson 78

Lewes 2 - 0 Histon 187

Wheeler 57, Foreman 69
Tuesday, 4th November 2008

South West Division

Horsham 5 - 0 Horsham YMCA 101

Nwachukwu 30, Murray 63,

Magnus 68 (pen), O’Sullivan 85, 89


Wednesday, 5th November 2008

North East Division

Kingstonian 1 - 0 Hampton & Richmond Borough 25

Waller 68

Walton & Hersham 0 - 1 Staines Town 25

Millard 29

FA Youth Cup – First Round Proper

Woking 1 - 2 Exeter City 147



(After extra time)

Miller 33 Osman 67, Frea 110


Thursday, 6th November 2008

North East Division

AFC Wimbledon 3 - 0 Tooting & Mitcham United 49

Rapson 32, 70, Killick 40

Isthmian Youth Cup – Second Round

Brentwood Town 2 -1 Redbridge -

Stanton 50, 55 A. Player 64


FIXTURES FIXTURES


Monday, 10th November 2008

South West Division

Lewes vs. Tonbridge Angels


Tuesday, 11th November 2008

Isthmian Youth Cup – First Round

Carshalton Athletic vs. Godalming Town

Horsham vs. Leatherhead
Wednesday, 12th November 2008

North East Division

Staines Town vs. Corinthian-Casuals

Walton & Hersham vs. Kingstonian

Isthmian Youth Cup – First Round

Croydon Athletic vs. Hampton & Richmond

Whyteleafe vs. AFC Wimbledon
Thursday, 13th November 2008

South West Division

Burgess Hill Town vs. Worthing

Eastbourne Town vs. Maidstone United

North East Division

Woking vs. Tooting & Mitcham United


Monday, 17th November 2008

North East Division

Hampton & Richmond Borough vs. Staines Town


Tuesday, 18th November 2008

South West Division

Eastbourne Town vs. Croydon Athletic - postponed

Lewes vs. Horsham YMCA - postponed
Wednesday, 19th November 2008

North East Division

Corinthian-Casuals vs. Godalming Town - postponed



South West Division

Tonbridge Angels vs. Burgess Hill Town

Whyteleafe vs. Horsham

Isthmian Youth Cup – First Round

Tooting & Mitcham United vs. Dulwich Hamlet



FA Youth Cup – First Round Proper

Lewes vs. Croydon Athletic


Thursday, 20th November 2008

South West Division

Maidstone United vs. Worthing


Monday, 24th November 2008

South West Division

Burgess Hill Town vs. Whyteleafe

Worthing vs. Lewes
Tuesday, 25th November 2008

North East Division

Carshalton Athletic vs. Woking



South West Division

Horsham vs. Eastbourne Town


Wednesday, 26th November 2008

North East Division

Godalming Town vs. Kingstonian

Staines Town vs. Tooting & Mitcham United

Walton & Hersham vs. Corinthian-Casuals



South West Division

Croydon Athletic vs. Maidstone United


Thursday, 27th November 2008

North East Division

AFC Wimbledon vs. Hampton & Richmond Borough



South West Division

Horsham YMCA vs. Tonbridge Angels


Wednesday, 3rd December 2008

Isthmian Youth Cup – Second Round

Northwood vs. Wealdstone


Thursday, 11th December 2008

Isthmian Youth Cup – Second Round

Maidstone United vs. Thamesmead Town







YOUTH LEAGUE TABLES As at Saturday, 8th November 2008
NORTH WEST DIVISION P W D L F A Pts GD

AFC Wimbledon 9 8 1 0 28 7 25 +21

Staines Town 8 7 0 1 20 5 21 +15

Woking 7 4 1 2 20 9 13 +11

Kingstonian 5 4 0 1 11 5 12 +6

Tooting & Mitcham United 8 3 1 4 19 17 10 +2

Hampton & Richmond Borough 8 3 1 4 13 13 10 +0

Carshalton Athletic 7 2 2 3 9 17 8 -8

Walton & Hersham 8 2 1 5 7 16 7 -9

Corinthian-Casuals 9 1 0 8 12 30 3 -18

Godalming Town 7 0 1 6 3 23 1 -20
SOUTH EAST DIVISION P W D L F A Pts GD

Eastbourne Town 6 4 1 1 29 10 13 +19

Lewes 6 4 1 1 20 6 13 +14

Maidstone United 5 4 1 0 14 4 13 +10

Croydon Athletic 7 3 2 2 14 10 11 +4

Horsham 9 3 1 5 15 20 10 -5

Worthing 6 2 2 2 10 8 8 +2

Burgess Hill Town 4 2 1 1 11 8 7 +3

Tonbridge Angels 5 2 1 2 10 7 7 +3

Whyteleafe 5 1 0 4 10 13 3 -3

Horsham YMCA 9 1 0 8 7 54 3 -47


HANDBOOK AMENDMENTS

DULWICH HAMLET FC

Club Secretary John Leahy is now contactable by e-mail at brian.shears.com


RAMSGATE FC

The Club’s Child Welfare Officer is now Rachel Barham, 15 Riverhead Close, Margate, Kent CT9 3RP – telephone 0780 583 1686 or e-mail clubwelfareofficer@ramsgate-fc.co.uk


WINGATE & FINCHLEY FC

Wingate & Finchley Football Club have a new Club Secretary, David Thrilling. His contact details are telephone: 0797 700 7746 (mobile), e-mail: david.thrilling@soccerkits.com

All correspondence to club address: Harry Abrahams Stadium, Summers Lane, Finchley, London N12 0PD

Adam Rynhold is now the Club’s Fixtures Secretary – details as per handbook.



NOTICEBOARD

CHIPSTEAD FC

Chipstead Football Club Secretary Derek Parsons is away on holiday from Friday, 7th to Sunday, 23rd November. Nik Everett will be looking after the Club during this period – contact details 07810-511459 (mobile), 01883-625003 (home phone/fax) and E mail nikeverett@hotmail.com.



CUP COMPETITIONS

LA SENZA WOMENS CUPS

First Round

Enfield Town vs. Northwood



Second Round

Billericay Town vs. Brentwood Town

Burgess Hill Town vs. Merstham

Leyton vs. Enfield Town vs. Northwood

Metropolitan Police vs. AFC Wimbledon
First and Second Round matches to be played by Friday, 28th November 2008.
ISTHMIAN YOUTH CUP

First Round

AFC Wimbledon vs. Whyteleafe (12th November 2008)

Carshalton Athletic vs. Godalming Town (11th November 2008)

Croydon Athletic vs. Hampton & Richmond (12th November 2008)

Horsham vs. Leatherhead (11th November 2008)

Margate vs. Sittingbourne

Tooting & Mitcham United vs. Dulwich Hamlet (19th November 2008)

Second Round

Ashford Town (Middx) vs. Walton & Hersham

Billericay Town vs. Tilbury

Boreham Wood vs. Wingate & Finchley

Brentwood Town vs. Redbridge (2-1)

Burgess Hill Town vs. Worthing

Corinthian-Casuals vs. Staines Town

Eastbourne Town vs. Lewes

Horsham YMCA vs. Horsham or Leatherhead

Kingstonian vs. Croydon Athletic or Hampton & Richmond

Leyton vs. Waltham Abbey

Maidstone United vs. Thamesmead Town (11th December 2008)

Margate or Sittingbourne vs. Ramsgate

Northwood vs. Wealdstone (3rd December 2008)

Tonbridge Angels vs. Folkestone Invicta

Tooting & Mitcham United or Dulwich Hamlet vs. Carshalton Athletic or Godalming Town

Woking vs. AFC Wimbledon or Whyteleafe
First Round matches are to be played by Friday, 21st November 2008. Second Round matches by Friday, 19th December 2008.
ISTHMIAN VETERANS CUPS

First Round

Molesey vs. Whyteleafe

Redbridge vs. Great Wakering Rovers

Tonbridge Angels vs. Bromley



Second Round

AFC Hornchurch vs. Redbridge or Great Wakering Rovers

Northwood vs. Metropolitan Police

Thamesmead Town vs. Maidstone United

Tonbridge Angels or Bromley vs. Molesey or Whyteleafe
First and Second Round matches to be played by Friday, 28th November 2008.

CLUB GOSSIP

HARROW BOROUGH FC

Harrow Borough Football Club’s Robin Shroot has been named in a Northern Ireland 18 man squad for an Under 21 International Challenge match against Scotland at New Douglas Park, Hamilton on Tuesday 18th November.

His call up as a Harrow Borough player means he will be alongside some of the most promising young Irish talent that have also been called up from Manchester United, Chelsea, Newcastle, Everton, Blackburn Rovers, Sunderland, Celtic, Rangers and a few Championship clubs.
PLAYERS AVAILABLE – BILLERICAY TOWN FC

Players available for transfer:



Jo Flack - Forward, age 23 - Previously with Stevenage. Billericay record 95 appearances, 48 goals.

 

Leon Hunter - Midfield, age 27. Billericay record 261 games, 38 goals.

 

Both are under written contract and should not be approached direct.



 

Player available for loan:



Jack Buckfield - Goalkeeper, age 18. Billericay 29 games. A long term loan will be considered.

 

Enquiries for all three players should be to Jason Broom 07818 424110 or Grant Gordon 07802 292470.




PLAYER AVAILABLE – DAGENHAM & REDBRIDGE FC

Kayan Kalipha and Danny Charge – Position Centre Forward.
Both Danny and Kayan are two young forwards with lots of pace and are natural goal scorers I rate them both very highly and will prove a real threat to any defence. Wages are affordable.
This does not give permission to contact the players directly. Should you require any further information please contact the Assistant Manager Terry Harris on 07958 422720.
PLAYER AVAILABLE – FOLKESTONE INVICTA FC

Mark Green Left sided player, aged 23, signed by Folkestone Invicta in the summer from Dartford. Mark is not under contract and interested clubs are asked to contact him directly please. His number is 07793 184 842


PLAYER AVAILABLE – HEYBRIDGE SWIFTS FC

Mark Reddaway - Diminutive 21 year old striker with great pace and awareness with a keen eye for goal. Mark has been an important member of Heybridge Swifts 1st team squad for the past 3 seasons. He now finds he needs a new challenge to further his playing career. In order to assist Mark to do this Heybridge Swifts have agreed to cancel Mark’s contract with immediate effect.
The player can be contact direct on 07766 953401 or through manager Wayne Bond on 07878 821056
PLAYER AVAILABLE – HEYBRIDGE SWIFTS FC

Mark Reddaway - Diminutive 21 year old striker with great pace and awareness with a keen eye for goal. Mark has been an important member of Heybridge Swifts 1st team squad for the past 3 seasons. He now finds he needs a new challenge to further his playing career. In order to assist Mark to do this Heybridge Swifts have agreed to cancel Mark’s contract with immediate effect.
The player can be contact direct on 07766 953401 or through manager Wayne Bond on 07878 821056


WEEKLY STATS ATTACK

Top Goalscorers

(As at Saturday 8th November 2008)
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