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Sittingbourne FC

The DMA Stadium, Woodstock Park, Broadoak Road,

Sittingbourne, Kent, ME9 8AG

Tel: 01795 410777 www.sittingbournefc.co.uk

Sittingbourne FC is a members club

CLUB OFFICIAL

President: Allan Crowshaw

Vice Presidents: Alan Barty, Tania &

Andy Spice, John Cooper.

Chairman: Maurice Dunk

Vice Chairman: Ken Medwyn

Secretary/Treasurer: John Pitts

OTHER COMMITTEE MEMBERS

Peter Pitts (Media, Web site, Programme

editor, stadium announcer,)

Glen Parkes (Youth Chairman, Media),

Colin Page (Ast Treasurer and Youth

treasurer),

Danny Appleton (Turnstile Manager),

Michael Sayce (Youth Secretary),

Gerrard Jakimavicius

Chris Daisy (Coach liaison)

Board Room Hospitality: Sandra Pitts & Carol

Cooper,

Lottery Secretary: John Cooper.

Club Historians: Dudley Hird & Tony Rickson

Programme Sales: Jackie Goatham.

Turnstile Operator: Faye Goatham

Match Reporter: Tony Rickson

Groundsman: Roger Pudner

Club Photographer: Ken Medwyn

Club Shop: Clive Phillips

Playing Management

Manager: Nick Davis

Assist Manager: Tony Cornwell

GK Coach: Warren Chambers,

Team Assistant: Harry Chambers

Physio: Tom Martin

WOODSTOCK GROUND REGULA-

TIONS

1. All persons entering the ground are subject to

the rules and regulations of The Football Association.

2. The club reserves the right to eject or prosecute

any person who within the club premises is considered

by the club committee or its employees to

be or have been behaving in the following ways:

a) Entering the field of play before or during

the course of the game.

b) Using obscene, abusive or racist language

or persistently swearing.

c) Being intoxicated by drink or drugs.

Further, persons will not be allowed entry to

Woodstock Park if in the opinion of the gatemen,

stewards or any members of the management

committee they are intoxicated.

3. NO bottles or metal cans, glasses or weapons of

any kind are allowed in the ground. The stewards

have the right to search a spectator if they have

grounds to believe that the person is in possession

of any item that is deemed to be a danger to other

spectators.

4. Alcohol must only be consumed within the confines

of the club house.

5. The climbing of fences or floodlight pylons and

all buildings within the ground is strictly forbidden.

6. All vehicles parked within the boundaries of the

club’s car park must be parked within a designated

space unless otherwise directed by a steward.

No responsibility is accepted for any mishap that

may occur. Car parking is at owners risk.


TEAM CHECK

Buildbase FA Trophy 2nd Qualifying round

Saturday 7th November 2017

SITTINGBOURNE V HARINGEY BOROUGH

Manager: Nick Davis

Assistant: Tony Cornwell

Physio: Tom Martin

Ast Physio:

Coach Aslan Odev

Coach / Kit Manager: Warren Chambers

Manager: Tom Loizou

Assistant Manager: Dave Cumberbatch

Coaches : Johnny Fitsiou, Thomas O’Donoghue

Physio: Vikki-Marie Mennell

MATCH OFFICIALS

Referee: Zak Ellis (Twickenham),

Assistants: Hossain Tavakkoli (Catford)

Jordan Whitworth (Catford)

Red & Black Stripes Shirts,

Black Shorts, Black Socks

PLAYED

SUBSTITUTE

GOALS

PLAYED

SUBSTITUTE

GOALS

Yellow Shirts and Socks.

Blue Shorts.

1, Daren HAWKES

1. Valery PAJETET

2. Chris WEBBER

2. David OLUFEMI

3. Salvyn KISITU

3. Michael O’DONOGHUE

4. Jide OKIMEJI

18. Lawrence YIGA

5. Ben GORHAM (C)

5. Scott MITCHELL

6. John COKER

7. Tom LOYNES

8. Mobolaji DAWODU

6. Quba GORDON

16. Joseph BENJAMIN

8. Kai HEATHER

9. Kane ROWLAND

9. Ralston GABRIEL

10. Miles CORNWELL

10. Rakim RICHARDS

11. Gill CARVALHO

11. Anthony McDONALD

12. Kane PHILLIP

12. Michael ADEMILUYI

14. David SMITH

15. Tyrone GUTHRIE

16. Ollie BROWN

14. Dean FENTON

15. Ayrton COLEY

16. Williams DANQUAI

17. Laurence BALL

17. Austin BYFIELD (GK)


The Secretary’s Jottings

Good afternoon everyone. I would like welcome to Woodstock for this Buildbase FA Trophy 2 nd

Qualifying match, the players, officials and supporters of Haringey Borough FC. A welcome also

to the match officials and members of the British Legion, serving and retired members of the

armed forces.

Our visitors play in the Bostik League Division One North. It’s going to be a daunting task for

our team today. We go into the game as underdogs as Haringey are the only unbeaten team

left in the three divisions of the Bostik league and because of their success in cup matches they

have games in hand over the teams around them.

Haringey’s results in the FA Cup were: Preliminary Round, Bower and Pitsea 0 Haringey Borough

2. 1 st Qualifying Round, Haringey Borough 1 Hitchin Town 1, Replay, Hitchin Town 1 Haringey

Borough 1 (Haringey Borough won on pens). 2 nd Qualifying Round, Welling United 1 Haringey

2. 3 rd Qualifying Round, Haringey Borough 4 Bideford 1. 4 th Qualifying Round, Haringey

Borough 2 Heybridge Swifts 4. In the FA Trophy results have been: Preliminary Round, Haringey

Borough 3 Whyteleafe 0. 1 st Qualifying Round, Harrow Borough 1 Haringey Borough 1, Replay,

Haringey Borough 1 Harrow Borough 0.

One interesting Haringey Borough fact is the number of different goal scorers they have had

this season in the league and the FA competitions - It is 16! The leading goal scorer is Ralston

Gabriel on 14. He is followed by Anthony McDonald on 8.

Tuesday’s result was a great disappointment to everyone connected to The Brickies. Despite

Faversham being totally out played they went away with a 2-1 win to inflict a double on us. Faversham

came here to bully our players and they were lucky that they had a referee who let

them get away with it. They should have finished with 9 men. The two worst offenders were not

even cautioned by the referee. Missing the early penalty was undoubtable a low point of the

game. If we had scored that early in the match they would have had to come out and play instead

of putting nearly all their players behind the ball for almost the entirety of the game.

Let’s put the two recent defeats behind us. One consolation was the way we approached the

second halves of both games. If we dominate like we did in those matches we will not lose too

many more.

As I mentioned above we have members of the armed forces here today, both serving and retired

as well as representatives of the local British legion. I am sure you will give them the welcome

they all undoubtedly deserve. We will have a minute’s silence in commemoration of all

those who have died serving their country. Thanks to Glen and Mick who will serve up a forces

style curry to our guests. Thanks also to the supporters who have so generously paid for them

to enter the ground today. We will, as a club, also be making a donation to the local British legion.

If today’s match ends in a draw then there will be a replay on Monday evening at Haringey

Borough’s White Hart Lane Ground. Directions can be found later in the programme. Next

match for us is on Wednesday (unless there is a replay of today’s game) when we visit Cray

Wanderers for a 7:45pm kick off. Cray play at Bromley’s ground. John

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The Programme Editor

A warm welcome to Haringey Borough for their first ever visit to our ground.

I hope you enjoy the programme and especially the article about the unknown soldier which I

have put in for Remembrance Day.

Well I’m still getting over the Tuesday night game. As Tony Rickson was attending a Teynham

parish meeting I had the (misfortune) to do the match report which you can read further on in

this programme. I was shocked that a Ray Turner / Clive Walker team could play like that and

even more shocked that the referee let them, and the abuse by one of their players in particular

at the end of the game should have been reported by the ref but I don’t believe that it was. I believe

that if he had clamped down on their constant going through players and niggling fouls

early on then the result would have been so different. Still, as they say, no point in crying over

spilt milk so lets hope that todays game will be a real footballing game and that we play like we

all know the team can. Now news of one of our past players, Chris Regis (Picture right) who

some of you may remember. The local Stoke newspaper reported

“Port Vale have signed former Colchester

United midfielder Chris Regis in time for tonight’s

game (7/11/2017) at home to Crewe in

the Checkatrade Trophy. The 20 year old was

in the academy at Southampton before joining

Colchester United in August 2015. He was a

regular for the Essex Club’s under-23s and

signed a new one-year contract in the summer

of 2016. However, he was released by mutual

consent in January so he could look for regular

first team football.

He joined Sittingbourne in March. Their manager

Nick Davis described him as a powerful,

6ft 3in midfielder who is good on the ball. Chris

got off to a flying start by scoring.”

I see that Dulwich Hamlet are in danger of folding

as the grounds owners are stopping paying

a reported £170,000 a year. That would fund

us for about 3 years !! So they couldn't have

been very frugal with the money. Still it would

be sad to see them go if that’s what happens.

Dulwich have one of the narrowest turnstiles I

have ever seen, I’m sylph like! but even I had to go sideways

through it. I’m old enough to remember the old Champion Hill

from my days of watching Hampton (now Hampton & Richmond)

play there in the London Senior Cup. There was a huge

towering stand of the sort that you often see in old photographs

of men in flat caps! It was quite eerie when there was a crowd of barely 200. The London

senior Cup was second only to the FA amateur cup in those days (1960’s).Talking of the

FA amateur cup I cant believe that the FA trophy took over from it fully 43 years ago although

the FA trophy actually began life for the senior semi professional sides in the 1969 / 70 season.

I was a regular at the FA Amateur cup finals held at the old Wembley and well remember being

shown an FA Amateur Cup winners medal 51 years ago! by a Wealdstone Player, Jim Cooley,

who I worked with.

Lets hope it’s a good game today to erase the memory of Tuesday nights game!

Peter

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Haringey Borough—A Brief History

It was not until 1970 that a team played under

the name of Haringey Borough when Wood

Green Town who had played at Coles Park

since 1930 changed their name to Haringey

Borough while playing in Intermediate football.

But the roots of the Club go back to 1907

when Tufnell Park FC was formed and joined

the London League in which it played until

1914 and from 1912 to 1914 a team was also

entered into the Athenian League. Wood

Green Town was itself a breakaway off-shoot

of Tufnell Park in 1911, playing under the

name of Tufnell Spartans until 1920.

After many name changes and amalgamations

which at various times saw the ancestors of

the present Club playing in the Isthmian, Athenian,

Spartan and Delphian Leagues on a

number of different grounds the two Clubs

merged in 1973 and played at Coles Park,

briefly under the name of Edmonton & Haringey

FC until 1976 when the present name was

adopted. The Club played in the Athenian

League until that Competition closed and they

were admitted into the Isthmian League Division

2 North in 1984, remaining in membership

for four years but being unable to fulfil their fixtures

in 1988/89 due to a mass exodus of management

and players just a few weeks before

the start of that season.

After a year in the wilderness they were admitted

to the Spartan League in 1989 retaining

Premier Division membership throughout until

the South Midlands League merger in season

1997/98 when they finished 7th in the Premier

Division South to secure membership of the

new “combined” Premier Division in 1998/99.

Premier Division status was retained until the

end of season 2006/07 when the Club’s regular

flirting with danger finally failed to provide

the customary last gasp escape and relegation

to Division One ensued, largely due to disastrous

early results but the major improvement

in the latter stages left us one point adrift of

safety.

The team bounced back with promotion at the

very first attempt and a fine season ended with

promotion and winning the Division One Cup.

Back in the Premier Division for the season

2008/09 the Club again quickly found itself

among the relegation strugglers leading to the

appointment of the current Manager – the vastly

experienced Tom Loizou. The bottom places

were again just avoided but 2009/10 produced

a better showing and after a poor start the efforts

of the team produced a marked improvement

after the enforced winter break owing to

the inclement weather. A good run of results

thereafter and particularly a run of 7 unbeaten

games in April led to the club finishing 15 th in

the Division , the highest for several years.

Better was to follow in 2010/11 when 8th place

was achieved and the Club entered 2011/12

with Tom Loizou at the helm for the 4 th season

and with realistic hopes of making a challenge

for the sole promotion spot which until home

defeats around Christmas by the 2 front runners

looked to be a serious possibility. Once it

became clear that it was not on the opportunity

was taken to field teams with the following season

in mind and several defeats inevitably

followed although the final placing of 5th

represented their best ever performance in the

Spartan South Midlands League; and the winning

of the League Challenge Trophy was an

exciting end of season bonus.

2012/13 was the last season in the Spartan

South Midlands League as the FA moved the

Club sideways into the Essex Senior League in

the following close season and runners-up spot

was achieved at the first attempt in 2013/14

along with being the runners-up in the

League's Gordon Brasted Memorial Trophy.

The calendar year 2014/15 saw Borough win

more League games (38 out of 41 and 1

drawn) to give them the best record of any

Senior Club in the Country.

The Championship of the Essex Senior

League was won in 2014/15 resulting in promotion

to level 4 of the National Game Pyramid

and entry to the Ryman League Division

One North in 2015/16. After a worrying opening

with only 7 points collected from the first 17

League games a massive improvement saw

the total increased to 50 and mid-table security

by the end of the season.

Season 2016-17 saw the club lose out in the

play offs to Maldon & Tiptree.


Directions to Haringey Borough

In the event of draw at full time the replay will be at Haringey Borough on Monday 13th

November, KO 7.45PM.

Haringey Borough play at the Coles Park Stadium, White Hart Lane, Tottenham, London N17

7JP

The entrance is on White Hart Lane, some 500 yards west of White Hart Lane's junction with

the Great Cambridge Road (the A10) and is opposite the SELCO BUILDERS WARE-

HOUSE (which is No. 550). It lies between the junctions with Fenton Road and Rivulet Road

By Car take the A10 turn off from the North Circular Road (A406)

The nearest underground station is Wood Green on the Piccadilly Line. From there bus

W3 (destination Northumberland Park) passes the ground. 5 minute journey.

White Hart Lane Station is on the London Overground. Take the High Speed to St Pancras.

Victoria line to Seven Sisters, change onto London Overground and White Hart line is

two stops—destination Enfield or Cheshunt. Google maps says that this is a 24 minute

journey take this with a pinch of salt!


Match Reports

Tuesday 11th November 2017

Bostik South

Sittingbourne 1 Faversham Town 2, att 175

was cleared off the line by John Coker but Griffith’s

was on hand to fire the loose ball home to

give Faversham the lead.

Sittingbourne succumbed to their second defeat

in succession caused by a goal in time added

on, but the game will be remembered for a performance

from Faversham that smacked of

desperation where they niggled and carried

through challenges with an incidence of stamping

on Gil Carvalho’s head. What swung the

game was the referee ignored all of this, much

to the fury of the Brickies fans, which only encouraged

Faversham even more. In another

day Faversham would have finished with 9

men. There was only one footballing team on

show…and it wasn’t Faversham.

Sittingbourne made 5 changes from the team

that lost to Phoenix Sports, Daren Hawkes, Ollie

Brown, Jide Okimeji, Miles Cornwell and Gil

Carvalho replacing Harry Brooks, Tyrone Guthrie,

David Smith, Kane Phillip and Bola

Dawodu. Chris Elliott continued his three match

suspension.

This was another case of missed chances from

the Brickies, starting on 4 minutes when Kane

Rowland’s cross was handled in the Faversham

area, Rowland took the spot kick himself but ex

Brickie Simon Overland made an easy save.

Faversham set the stool out for the second half

with their bully boy tactics, with the officials taking

no notice. The tactics though were working

as they were breaking up any rhythm the game

might have had. Carvalho was a constant threat

on the left for the Brickies so Faversham had

three men on him but still couldn’t stop him

from finding space, but the final ball was usually

wayward.

Faversham by now were being penned back

and were no sort of a threat at all, and so with

three minutes to go it was no surprise when

Rowlands header found the back of the net.

That should have been it but, as against Phoenix

Sports, Sittingbourne went all out for the

winner instead of perhaps consolidating what

they had, and from a breakaway Faversham

won a corner in the dying minutes after Hawkes

had made a good save, and from the corner

Griffiths fired the ball in to give Faversham an

unlikely double over the Brickies.

At the end there were disgraceful scenes from

some of the Faversham players who were

goading the crowd, but again no action from the

referee.

Faversham played some football in the early

stages and Luke Griffith’s header from a free

kick went just wide of Daren Hawkes goal. For

Sittingbourne Jide Okimeji and Tom Loynes

swopped passes before Loynes shot forced an

Overland save.

Faversham lost the ball in midfield leading to a

shot from Rowland that bounced off a defender

for a corner. Gil Carvalho, the liveliest player on

show, had a shot go just wide.

Sittingbourne: Daren Hawkes, Chris Webber

Laurence Ball, Ollie Brown (Yellow), (Bola

Dawodu 68 mins), Ben Gorham ©, John Coker

Tom Loynes (David Smith 75 mins)

Jide Okimeji, Kane Rowland, Miles Cornwell

(Kane Phillip 66 mins), Gil Carvalho

Subs not used: Lex Allan, Tyrone Guthrie

Peter Pitts

Faversham finished the first half well and with a

minute to go to half time, from a corner the ball

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Carvalho

Loynes*

Loynes*

Carvalho

Guthrie*

Guthrie*

Cornwell

Allan*

Carvalho*

Cornwell*

Smith*

Henry*

Blake*

Adekoya

Cornwell*

Phillip*

Guthrie*

Phillip*

Carvalho*

Allan

Dawodu*

Phillip

Phillip* 1

Phillip*

Phillip

Phillip

Allan

Allan*

Dawodu*1

Smith* 1*

Smith* 1

Allan

Carvalho*

Cornwell*

Blake

Brooks

Guthrie*

Smith* 1

Guthrie*

Coker* 1

Blake*

Brooks

Loynes*

Smith*

Smith*

Loynes*

Coker

Brooks

Smith*

Smith*

Smith* 1

Brown

Cornwell*

Smith*

Allan

Allan*

Smith*

Adekoya

Allan*

Brown*

Blake*

Rowland*

Okimeji**

Smith*

Blake

Brown

Smith

Rowland*

Allan

Brown*

Smith* 1

Rowland*

Allan

Allan

Allan

Allan

Cornwell*

Carvalho*

Allan

Adekoya*

Adekoya

Blake

Blake

Adekoya

Phillip*

Adekoya

Gorham

Guthrie

Carvalho*

Guthrie*

Rowland*

Carvalho*

Allan

Ball

Loynes*

Elliott

Okimeji*

Okimeji*

Guthrie*

Okimeji**

Guthrie*

Kisitu

Okimeji

Phillip*

Brooks

Brooks

Brooks

Brooks

Blake

Hawkes

Davis

Brooks

Brooks

Brooks

Hawkes

Allan*

Davis

Guthrie*

Elliott

Allan

Hawkes

Smith* 1

Brooks

Brown*

Webber**

Carvalho*

Brown

Guthrie

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Spectator Do’s and Don’t’s in 1907!

It's quite probable that if you could travel back in time you would find that football supporters

of today would have a lot in common with the fans of a century or more ago.

Judging by a list of 'Don'ts for Spectators' printed in a 1907 Sheffield United programme

fans on the terraces then had the same things on their minds as we have now. But I just

can't imagine anyone wasting space in a modern programme trying to stop us having our

say!

What they had to say in 1907.....

“Don’t think because you are on the stand you have a right to shout instructions to players. They

know what to do without any assistance from you.

Don’t boo at the referee because he gives a decision which you think is wrong. He has his opinion

as to what happened, and his opinion is surely worth as much as yours.

Don’t make yourself a nuisance to those around you by continually bellowing at the top of your

voice, it gets on peoples nerves and takes away a lot of the enjoyment of the game, besides

making yourself look ridiculous.

Don’t commence shouting ‘Send him off’ if one of the opposing team happens to commit a foul

on one of your pet players. Would you shout the same thing if the positions were reversed, and

one of your own side had committed the offence?

Don’t snap your neighbours nose off because he thinks differently to you. You have come to see

your side win, and he has perhaps come to see the others.

Don’t get excited and bad tempered when you argue about this player and that. It does no good

in the end, and only breeds bad feeling, and spoils your enjoyment of the game”

Where did Programmes come from?

Programmes originally came into being from cards listing the players and today knowing the

team is still an essential part of watching a football match. The programme seems to play a lesser

part in that nowadays, just listing squads and then relying on the PA system or TV screen to

give the details or leaving it to us with the shirt numbers. The match I went to the other day - Fulham

v Odense - is typical with a total of over 50 players listed in the respective squads, including

a number 99 in the Odense squad! However probably the most iconic image in any programme

is the team page when no players were listed for one of the teams. That was in for the first

match played by Manchester United after the Munich air crash - a poignant reminder, if there

needed to be one, of the loses suffered by Manchester United in the tragedy.

Articles on this page from:

www.footballsite.co.uk/


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Chris Webber

Tom Loynes

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Player Stats 2017 -18

To 07/11/2017


The story of the unknown Soldier

Today we welcome ex Servicemen to our game so I thought it would be appropriate to share this

article about the unknown soldier that I found on the Commonwealth Military Photographs pages.

On November 7th, 1920, in strictest secrecy, four unidentified

British bodies were exhumed from temporary battlefield cemeteries

at Ypres, Arras, the Asine and the Somme. None of the

soldiers who did the digging were told why.

The bodies were taken by field ambulance to GHQ at St-Pol-

Sur-Ter Noise. There the bodies were draped with the union

flag. Sentries were posted and Brigadier-General Wyatt and a

Colonel Gell selected one body at random. A French honour

guard was selected and stood by the coffin overnight. On the

morning of the 8th, a specially designed coffin made of oak from the grounds of Hampton Court

was brought and the unknown warrior placed inside. On top was placed a crusaders sword and

a shield on which was inscribed '( a British Warrior who fell in the GREAT WAR 1914-1918 for

king and country'.

On The 9th of November, the unknown warrior was taken by

horse-drawn carriage through guards of honour and the sound

of tolling bells and bugle Calls to the quayside. There it was saluted

by Marechal Foche and loaded onto HMS Vernon bound

for Dover..... the coffin stood on the deck covered in wreaths and

surrounded by the French honour guard.

On arrival at Dover, the unknown warrior was greeted with a 19

gun salute, normally only reserved for field marshals. He then

travelled by special train to Victoria Station London. He stayed

The coffin lies in state

there overnight and on the morning of the 11th of November, he was taken to Westminster Abbey.

Simultaneously there was a similar interment of a French unknown soldier at the Arc de Triomphe

in France, making both graves the first to honour the unknown dead of the First World

War.

The idea of the unknown warrior

was thought of by a Padre called

David Railton who had served at

the front during the great war and

it was the union flag he used as

an altar cloth at the front, that had

been draped over the coffin. It

was his intention that all relatives

of the 517,773 combatants

whose bodies had not been identified

could believe that the unknown

warrior could very well be

their lost husband, Father, brother

or son.... every year on the

11th of November Remember the

unknown warrior....At the going

down of the sun, and in the morning,

We will remember them.


WHEN YOU SEE RED, ARE YOU

SURE IT’S NOT GREEN, OR BLACK?

NORMAL VISION

Approximately one in 12 men inherit

colour blindness. It’s carried on the

X-chromosome, so only one in 200

women inherit the condition.

It can be a real issue in football, whether

you’re watching, playing, managing or

officiating. Imagine not being able to tell

the difference between kit colours and

how that would affect you, your

teammate or your child.

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There are three types of colour blindness –

and myriad colour combinations which

cause problems. The common perception

that colour-blind people only confuse reds

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The intention is to positively influence

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3pm Altrincham v Ramsbottom United

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3pm Ashford Town (Middx) v Kingstonian

3pm Atherton Collieries v Marine

3pm Barwell v Mildenhall Town

3pm Billericay Town v Bury Town

3pm Brentwood Town v Needham Market

3pm Chasetown v Workington

3pm Chesham United v Hitchin Town

3pm Corinthian-Casuals v Wingate & Finchley

3pm Dorchester Town v Heybridge Swifts

3pm Dorking Wanderers v Leiston

3pm Farnborough v Banbury United

3pm Glossop North End v Leek Town

3pm Harlow Town v Dulwich Hamlet

3pm Hartley Wintney v Gosport Borough

3pm Hednesford Town v Cleethorpes Town

3pm Hendon v Burgess Hill Town

3pm Hereford v Potters Bar Town

3pm Kidsgrove Athletic v Grantham Town

3pm Lancaster City v Stratford Town

3pm Lewes v Bishop's Stortford

3pm Maldon & Tiptree v Slough Town

3pm Moneyfields v Cray Wanderers

3pm Paulton Rovers v Shortwood United

3pm Royston Town v Leatherhead

3pm Sittingbourne v Haringey Borough

3pm St Neots Town v Stourbridge

3pm Stafford Rangers v South Shields

3pm Stalybridge Celtic v Rushall Olympic

3pm Stamford v Droylsden

3pm Taunton Town v Beaconsfield Town

3pm Thame United v Worthing

3pm Thamesmead Town v Metropolitan Police

3pm Warrington Town v Ashton United


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BOSTIK SOUTH P W D L F A +/- Pts

1 Lewes 15 11 3 1 34 11 23 36

2 Corinthian-Casuals 16 11 1 4 34 18 16 34

3 Greenwich Borough * 16 9 4 3 36 16 20 31

4 Cray Wanderers * 16 8 7 1 27 10 17 31

5 Whyteleafe * 17 7 8 2 33 20 13 29

6 SITTINGBOURNE* 16 8 5 3 27 14 13 29

7 Carshalton Athletic * 16 8 4 4 31 27 4 28

8 Walton Casuals 16 7 6 3 31 21 10 27

9 Hythe Town 15 8 2 5 28 18 10 26

10 South Park 15 7 3 5 31 22 9 24

11 Phoenix Sports 16 7 3 6 27 21 6 24

12 Thamesmead Town 15 7 3 5 28 24 4 24

13 Herne Bay 16 8 0 8 33 33 0 24

14 Chipstead 16 6 3 7 28 28 0 21

15 VCD Athletic 15 6 1 8 28 33 -5 19

16 Ramsgate 17 5 3 9 24 35 -11 18

17 Horsham 16 5 3 8 20 31 -11 18

18 Hastings United 16 4 5 7 24 29 -5 17

19 Guernsey 17 5 2 10 23 36 -13 17

20 Faversham Town 16 5 1 10 21 25 -4 16

21 Molesey 15 4 1 10 22 40 -18 13

22 East Grinstead Town 17 3 3 11 20 42 -22 12

23 Ashford United 17 2 3 12 12 40 -28 9

24 Shoreham 15 2 2 11 14 42 -28 8

BOSTIK NORTH P W D L F A +/- Pts

1 Dereham Town 16 10 2 4 28 20 8 32

2 HARINGEY BOROUGH 13 9 4 0 28 13 15 31

3 Canvey Island * 14 9 3 2 37 20 17 30

4 Bowers & Pitsea * 16 9 2 5 31 17 14 29

5 AFC Hornchurch * 12 9 1 2 24 9 15 28

6 Bury Town * 16 7 5 4 33 22 11 26

7 Hertford Town * 15 7 4 4 24 32 -8 25

8 Maldon & Tiptree 13 6 4 3 27 22 5 22

9 Heybridge Swifts 8 7 0 1 24 5 19 21

10 Potters Bar Town 13 6 3 4 25 20 5 21

11 Waltham Abbey 14 6 2 6 29 24 5 20

12 Barking 15 5 5 5 20 20 0 20

13 Grays Athletic 16 5 3 8 28 30 -2 18

14 Mildenhall Town 16 5 3 8 24 31 -7 18

15 Soham Town Rangers 15 4 5 6 23 25 -2 17

16 Ware 15 5 2 8 19 27 -8 17

17 AFC Sudbury 13 4 4 5 18 18 0 16

18 Witham Town 16 4 4 8 18 25 -7 16

19 Tilbury 14 5 1 8 27 41 -14 16

20 Brentwood Town 14 4 2 8 21 28 -7 14

21 Cheshunt 16 3 4 9 24 35 -11 13

22 Aveley 14 3 3 8 13 24 -11 12

23 Norwich United 15 2 4 9 19 38 -19 10

Bostik North & South League Table to 08/11/2017


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