Is 3G the future for football?

With just the Champions League Final to come, you would be forgiven for thinking life as we know it is all but over until August. So we decided to invite managers who have tasted either league or cup success this season, to join us for a debate. Marc White (Dorking Wanderers), Alan Dowson (Hampton & Richmond), … Continue reading Is 3G the future for football?

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Ryman Premier review: 8th April 2017

9th April 2017 Ben Eltham The top six all win, Harlow hit five to keep their hopes alive and Brown gives the Hillian's a vital victory A Jimmy Muitt hat-trick ensured Bognor Regis Town remain top of the table heading into the last three games of the season. In contrast, it looks like AFC Sudbury … Continue reading Ryman Premier review: 8th April 2017

Ryman Premier review: 1st April 2017

2nd April 2017 Ben Eltham Havant close the gap at the top, Enfield make it four in a row, and Leatherhead win the battle at the bottom  Bognor Regis Town lost 1-0 away to playoff chasing Enfield Town. Karl Oliyide scored the only goal of the game on thirty minutes. The defeat ended a run … Continue reading Ryman Premier review: 1st April 2017

Roarie Deacon’s wonder strike earned Sutton a point against Lincoln City

29th March 2017 Ben Eltham Back Of The Net have recently ventured into live commentary of football games. Yesterday Ben, James and Remy were at Gander Green Lane for a National League fixture, which had been postponed due to both teams having phenomenal runs in the FA Cup. Hear the moment Roarie Deacon scored a stunning equaliser (in the … Continue reading Roarie Deacon’s wonder strike earned Sutton a point against Lincoln City

Ryman Premier review: 25th March 2017

25th March 2017 Ben Eltham Bognor increase their lead at the top, Billericay stun Dulwich, and Kingstonian drop into the bottom four  Bognor Regis Town increased their lead at the top of the league with a 4-0 home win over the divisions form side Canvey Island. A hat-trick for James Frazer (14’, pen 37’, 89’) … Continue reading Ryman Premier review: 25th March 2017

Ryman Premier review: 18th March 2017

Seven goals in the second half for Bognor, Canvey Island make it five in a row, and Matt Blake makes it 26 for the season as Leiston edge closer to the play-offs. Bognor Regis Town remain top of the league, after an emphatic 7-1 victory at home to Folkestone Invicta. It was the visitors who … Continue reading Ryman Premier review: 18th March 2017

Ryman Premier review: 11th March 2017

Havant hit six to go top, Dulwich thrash Merstham, Canvey Island make it four in a row, and Leatherhead come from two down to take all three points in the battle at the bottom. Havant & Waterlooville thrashed struggling AFC Sudbury 6-0 to go top of the league. The home side had to wait until … Continue reading Ryman Premier review: 11th March 2017

Ryman Premier review: 4th March 2017

The top two win again, A three goal come-back sees the Martketmen stay in third, and Metropolitan Police make it three wins in a row. By Ben Eltham. Bognor Regis Town made it six games unbeaten as they beat relegation battlers Leatherhead 1-0 at Nyewood Lane. Charlie Moore scored the only goal of the game … Continue reading Ryman Premier review: 4th March 2017

Ryman Premier Division Review: 11th February 2017

Last Gasp for Bognor, the Marketmen close the gap, and Staines pull off a shock By Ben Eltham. League leaders Bognor Regis Town left it late to come from 1-0 down against promotion chasing Dulwich Hamlet. The visitors came into the game on the back of an impressive 5-2 F.A. Trophy victory against National League … Continue reading Ryman Premier Division Review: 11th February 2017

Combined Counties Premier Review: 4th February 2017

Hartley Wintney remain clear at the top, 6 goals at High Road, and Spelthorne hit 4 past Camberley   Hartley Wintney remain 21 points clear at the top of the table, despite dropping two points at home to ninth place Abbey Rangers. Tommy Bentley scored on the stroke of half-time to give the home side … Continue reading Combined Counties Premier Review: 4th February 2017