The Hawks Havant had to wait to long to return to the National League South

Kingstonian | Rob Tolfrey, Sean Bonnet-Johnson, George Wells, Leo O’Leary (C), Sam Page, Charlie Wassmer, Aaron Lamont, Shaun McAuley, Ryan Moss, Tom Derry, Joe Turner. Aaron Goode, Lewis Taylor, Charles Banya, Keir Dickson, Nash Doukoure. Havant & Waterlooville | Ryan Young, Dan Strugnell, Rory Williams, Brian Stock, Lee Molyneaux, Ed Harris, Wes Fogden, Ryan Woodford, … Continue reading The Hawks Havant had to wait to long to return to the National League South

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Season Stats: The Combined Counties Football Leagues

THE COMBINED COUNTIES PREMIER Promotion Hartley Wintney secured promotion to the Ryman South on Saturday 1st April, drawing 0-0 at Chertsey Town. With a 3-2 win against Camberley Town on Monday, the side are 23 points clear at the top. The side also won the Combined Counties League Premier last season, finishing ten points clear … Continue reading Season Stats: The Combined Counties Football Leagues

Redhill’s ‘Winning Mentality’ earns the side promotion to the Combined Counties Premier

  On Tuesday, BOTN spoke to Gavin Gordon, manager of newly promoted Redhill FC, about the club's successful domestic season, reaching the league cup final, and his hopes for the Combined Counties Premier in September. Dara also discussed how the club was able to improve so quickly, facing relegation from the Ryman South and Combined Counties … Continue reading Redhill’s ‘Winning Mentality’ earns the side promotion to the Combined Counties Premier

Burgess Hill must beat the Moatsiders to stay up

  In the Ryman Premier League, Burgess Hill Town are struggling at the lower-end of the table, battling the drop zone. Sitting in 21st, the side have accumulated 51 points so far this season and are level on points with Canvey Island, who are just one position below.   "The gutting thing for me, was that … Continue reading Burgess Hill must beat the Moatsiders to stay up

Palace Ladies score ten goals in two games to continue their impressive league form

20th April 2017 Dara Wilson In the Women's Premier League South, Crystal Palace Ladies defeated Portsmouth 5-2 on Sunday- just one week after thrashing C&K Basildon 5-0. Gemma Bryan scored the opener in the second minute, following up with an additional three goals during the game. Rosie Paye also featured on the scoresheet, netting her … Continue reading Palace Ladies score ten goals in two games to continue their impressive league form

Dulwich Hamlet confirm their play-off spot for the third year running

18th April 2017 Ryman Premier Dara Wilson Gavin Rose, manager of Dulwich Hamlet, spoke to BOTN on Tuesday to discuss the play-offs. In the Ryman Premier, the side have finished in 3rd and are not at risk of dropping out of the play-off zone, since their points tally of 77 will suffice. However, Enfield Town (4th) … Continue reading Dulwich Hamlet confirm their play-off spot for the third year running

Combined Counties League Division One Review: 15th April 2017

16th April 2017 Dara Wilson Redhill secured promotion, sitting in second place, with an emphatic 6-3 win against Cove. The latter scored the opener in the fourth minute, Harry Mills finding the net on the counter attack. However, twenty minutes later, Kery Kedze converted a penalty to level the score. Minutes later, Kedze completed a … Continue reading Combined Counties League Division One Review: 15th April 2017

Liam Greenfield speaks to BOTN following Chichester City’s 3-0 win over Plymouth Argyle

11th April 2017 Dara Wilson In the Women's Premier League South West Division One, table toppers Chichester City defeated second placed Plymouth Argyle 3-0, aiding their promotion hopes. The next tier is the Women's Premier League South, where the side is likely join Crystal Palace and Lewes. TO READ THE FULL MATCH REPORT, CLICK HERE. … Continue reading Liam Greenfield speaks to BOTN following Chichester City’s 3-0 win over Plymouth Argyle

Combined Counties League Division One Review: 8th April 2017

9th April 2017 Dara Wilson League leaders Banstead Athletic were held to a 1-1 draw against 13th placed Frimley Green on Saturday. As a result, Banstead only need one point out of their upcoming two matches to claim the title. Redhill, who were previously in second place, have dropped to third after a slim 1-0 … Continue reading Combined Counties League Division One Review: 8th April 2017