From Wembley to Wimbledon to Wanderers; Dorking sign Luke Moore

Dorking Wanderers have announced the high profile signing of former Ebbsfleet and ex AFC Wimbledon professional Luke Moore. 29 year old former Moore is highly regarded and experienced both in league and non-league football. He started his career at Ebbsfleet United, making 123 appearances and scoring 20 goals. This included the FA Trophy victory over Torquay … Continue reading From Wembley to Wimbledon to Wanderers; Dorking sign Luke Moore

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Brannon O’Neill agrees terms with Dorking Wanderers

Dorking Wanderers have today announced the signing of Brannon O’Neill, who joins the club from fellow Isthmian Premier League side Worthing FC. 27 year old former Crawley Town professional O’Neill has been a key part of the Mackerel Men’s midfield in recent seasons, and last season alone he made over 50  appearances and chipped in … Continue reading Brannon O’Neill agrees terms with Dorking Wanderers

The Rocks seal promotion with a solid performance

Bognor Regis Town | Dan Lincoln, Harvey Whyte, Dylan Barnett, Doug Tuck, Sami El-Abd, Gary Charman, James Fraser, Dan Beck [C], Jimmy Muitt, Ollie Pearce, James Crane. Darren Budd, Alex Parsons, Jimmy Wild, Ed Sanders, Calvin Davies. Dulwich Hamlet | Preston Edwards, Mark Weatherstone, Nathan Green Ibrahim Kargbo, Matt Drage, Michael Chambers, Nyren Clunis, Kenny … Continue reading The Rocks seal promotion with a solid performance

Ryman Premier play-off final: Bognor Regis Town v Dulwich Hamlet PREVIEW

After both teams came out on top in Thursdays play-off semi-finals, Nyewood Lane opens its doors for the final game of the season, which will see either Bognor Regis Town or Dulwich Hamlet reach the National League South. Bognor Regis Town finished the 2016/17 campaign with 92 points, in 2nd position. After a lengthy two-horse … Continue reading Ryman Premier play-off final: Bognor Regis Town v Dulwich Hamlet PREVIEW

Ryman South Play-off final: Dorking Wanderers v Corinthian-Casuals PREVIEW

After both teams came out on top in Tuesdays play-off semi-finals, Westhumble opens its doors one final time, to see Dorking Wanderers host Corinthian-Casuals for a place in the Ryman Premier Division. Dorking Wanderers finished the 2016/17 Ryman South campaign with 105 points, level with crowned champions, Tooting & Mitcham United. However, their disadvantageous goal … Continue reading Ryman South Play-off final: Dorking Wanderers v Corinthian-Casuals PREVIEW

The Battle of Westhumble: Dorking Wanderers v Hastings United PREVIEW

  Dorking Wanderers finished the 2016/17 Ryman South campaign with 105 points, level with crowned champions, Tooting & Mitcham United. However, with a disadvantageous goal difference, the Wanderers are to battle for promotion, versing Hastings United. Hastings finished 5th in the league, claiming the last spot of the play-offs, accumulating a total of 82 points, … Continue reading The Battle of Westhumble: Dorking Wanderers v Hastings United PREVIEW

Finale at Kingsmeadow: Kingstonian v Havant & Waterlooville PREVIEW

The final game of the season, the final game at Kingsmeadow, and an encounter which could see the visitors win the title.   Three weeks ago, Craig Edwards was appointed successor of Tommy Williams. The former Billericay manager, who lead the Blues to the Isthmian League Championship in 2012 and an Essex Senior Cup victory … Continue reading Finale at Kingsmeadow: Kingstonian v Havant & Waterlooville PREVIEW

From Billericay to Kingstonian: 1-on-1 with Craig Edwards

Having built two Billericay teams, and saved Kingstonian from the drop, all in the space of a season, BOTN gets Craig Edwards one-on-one.     "This is my 18th season, this one really takes some beating” The interview includes: Pre-season at Billericay: losing players, building a new side and resignation. The low confidence of Kingstonian: 7 … Continue reading From Billericay to Kingstonian: 1-on-1 with Craig Edwards

Corinthian Casuals are quietly confident of playoff success

  Corinthian came out on top in Monday’s battle of the Casuals, after defeating Walton 3-0. Max Oldham, Shaun Brown and Reyon Dillon all found the back of the net in the second half, to keep the pressure on Greenwich Borough for the all-important home advantage in the play-offs. That said, The Casuals have in … Continue reading Corinthian Casuals are quietly confident of playoff success