National League review: 29th April 2017

Shots secure the final play-off spot while York and Braintree go down on the last day of the season. Aldershot clinched a place in the Vanarama National League play offs with a 2-0 win at home to Braintree Town. Two quick fire goals early in the second half from Will Evans and Bernard Mensah were … Continue reading National League review: 29th April 2017

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National League review: 22nd April 2017

Lincoln clinch promotion to League Two while six teams could still go down Lincoln City ensured that 2016/17 would be one of the most memorable seasons in their history by following up their remarkable run to the FA Cup quarter finals with promotion to League Two. Their 2-1 win over Macclesfield Town at Sincil Bank … Continue reading National League review: 22nd April 2017

National League review: 8th April 2017

11th April 2017 Will Stubley Tranmere hit nine past Solihull but Lincoln stay top Tranmere Rovers followed up their 3-2 win over Sutton United in midweek with a 9-0 thrashing of lowly Solihull Moors at Prenton Park. Cole Stockton got Rovers off to a flying start with a first half hat-trick and Connor Jennings weighed in … Continue reading National League review: 8th April 2017

National League review: 1st April 2017

2nd April 2017 Will Stubley Lincoln stay top as North Ferriby shock Forest Green Lincoln City retained their position at the top of the National League with a 1-0 win at home to Bromley in front of almost seven thousand fans at Sincil Bank. Billy Knott came off the bench to score the only goal … Continue reading National League 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

A point-a-piece edges U’s closer to safety, and tightens up the National League title race

28th March 2017 Remy Sylvester Sutton United | Will Puddy, Kevin Amankwaah, Louis John, Jamie Collins [C], Bedsente Gomis, Craig Eastmond, Nick Bailey, Roarie Deacon, Maxime Biamou, Adam Coombes, Kieran Cadogan. Ben Jefford, Adam May, Craig Dundas, Dan Spence, Jack Jebb. Lincoln City | Paul Farman, Sam Habergham, Luke Waterfall [C], Alan Power, Matthew Rhead, … Continue reading A point-a-piece edges U’s closer to safety, and tightens up the National League title race

Sutton United ease their relegation fears with their first win in six games

25th March 2017 Will Stubley Sutton United eased their relegation fears with their first win in six games, an emphatic 5-1 victory against strugglers North Ferriby United on a sunny but blustery afternoon in south east London. It was a dominant performance from Paul Doswell’s side as they ran out comfortable winners against the relegation … Continue reading Sutton United ease their relegation fears with their first win in six games

National League Review 11th March 2017

While Lincoln City’s amazing FA Cup run was coming to an end at the Emirates, the chasing pack had a chance to make up some ground on the National League leaders who had stretched their lead to six points after a 4-0 win at Braintree Town last Tuesday. Forest Green Rovers started the day in … Continue reading National League Review 11th March 2017

“Twelve times FA Cup winners Arsenal kicked off the 5th round tie, but it was Sutton who began more brightly”

By Remy Sylvester and Ben Eltham Twelve times FA Cup winners Arsenal kicked off the fifth round tie, but it was Sutton who began more brightly, with confidence in their play and a determination in their tackle. Arsenal looked to move the ball quickly on the well-watered 3G surface but lacked quality in the final … Continue reading “Twelve times FA Cup winners Arsenal kicked off the 5th round tie, but it was Sutton who began more brightly”

1-on-1 with Sutton United Chairman, Dave Farebrother

Sutton United secured their first ever appearance in the last 16 of the FA Cup when they beat Leeds United 1-0 in the fourth round in January. Our reporter Will Stubley interviewed Sutton chairman Dave Farebrother ahead of the biggest game in the club’s history – a home tie against Arsenal (Monday 20th February). WS: … Continue reading 1-on-1 with Sutton United Chairman, Dave Farebrother