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What Goes Around… Goes Around Again (Part 2)

My astute readers will have concluded that this report was originally going to be all in a single post ;-) I realised that it was going to be overly long and decided to split it – so the title may have seemed a bit irrelevant to part 1 but hopefully it will tie in nicely with part 2. 1,515 more words

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What Goes Around... Goes Around Again (Part 1)

The period before the first FA Cup games is always hectic with most Ryman League clubs playing on Saturdays and Tuesdays through August and early September. 860 more words

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Ryman League North: Brentwood Town 3 Cray Wanderers 3

Brentwood Town drew 3-3 against Cray Wanderers and extend their unbeaten run to six at the Brentwood Arena.

Early goals for Sam Bantick and Shaun Welford levelled it up at half-time. 414 more words

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Ryman League North: Brentwood Town 5 Wroxham 1

Brentwood Town move up to seventh in the Ryman League North after they beat an in-form Wroxham 5-1 at The Brentwood Centre.

The visitors early lead from Christy Finch spurred the home side on as Sam Bantick’s brace was the spearhead for ‘The Blues’ aided with goals from Sherwin Stanley and late on Shad Ngandu. 391 more words

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Non League Day 2014 - K's at Home!

Get yourselves to Kingsmeadow on Saturday. And more importantly, drag your friends, family, colleagues and anyone else you can think down to the game as well! 13 more words

Kingstonian

Big House, Nice Car, No Points - Tonbridge Angels (A)

1. I’d never been to Tonbridge before – and it turns out it’s a decent day out. The walk from the station to the ground takes about 30 minutes, and is basically a pub-lined avenue through a pleasant enough town; the ground has terrific covered sheds at each end, and a decent little bar with the local ale on tap. 551 more words

Kingstonian

Mole Valley SVR v Carshalton AFC FA Cup Preliminary Round 2014

A tremendous game of football that was far closer for much of the game than the eventual scoreline of 1-5 would suggest. Some great banter and cabaret on the touchline between the coaching staff.