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Ryman League North: Brentwood Town 4 Burnham Ramblers 2

9-man Brentwood Town sustain fourth in an entertaining 4-2 victory over relegation sufferers Burnham Ramblers at the Brentwood Arena.

Sherwin Stanley gave Brentwood the lead early in the first half, Sam Bantick doubled their lead after just 30 minutes. 457 more words

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Thurrock around the clock

The game: Dulwich Hamlet v. East Thurrock United.
The ground: Champion Hill.
The conditions: cloudier than a pint of London murky.

The term ‘ground hopper’ gets thrown around a lot. 1,318 more words

Green, green grass of home

The game: Hendon v. Canvey Island.
The ground: Earlsmead Stadium.
The conditions: foggier than my memory after a night on the Châteauneuf-du-Pape.

By the misty glow of the Earlsmead’s floodlights, to the sound of cooing from the main stand’s resident family of pigeons, the Greens of Hendon and the Gulls of Canvey Island emerged from their respective dressing rooms and jogged out onto the clumpy pitch. 1,202 more words

The Belgians are coming

The game: Enfield Town v. Leatherhead.
The ground: the Queen Elizabeth II Stadium.
The conditions: het was koud!

‘Goedemorgen, Enfield!’ That was the cry that could (probably) be heard all through EN1 on Saturday morning. 1,345 more words

Ryman League North: Brentwood Town 1 Needham Market 3

Brentwood Town fell short against the league leaders with a 3-1 defeat to Needham Market at the Brentwood Arena.

Luke Ingram got a brilliant brace with a 25 yard half volley and another close range strike. 375 more words

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Harrow, is it me you're looking for?

The game: Harrow Borough v. Maidstone United.
The ground: Earlsmead Stadium.
The conditions: pleasantly warm, like a good bowl of Waitrose’s Keralan chicken soup.

How unusual. 815 more words

Ryman League North: Maldon and Tiptree 1 Brentwood Town 2

Brentwood Town held on to gain another three points on the road, with a 2-1 victory against Maldon and Tiptree.

Sherwin Stanley’s scored in the first half from the spot after Shad Ngandu was brought down. 412 more words

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