Greenwich Borough’s play-off spot is confirmed, but will it be home or away?

"I’ll take 92 points after 45 games. It just shows the strength – and credit to Dorking, credit to Tooting for getting over the 100 point mark" On Bank Holiday Monday, Greenwich Borough travelled to Cray Wanderers, taking home a point after a goalless encounter. With just one game remaining, Greenwich’s play-off spot has already … Continue reading Greenwich Borough’s play-off spot is confirmed, but will it be home or away?

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Ryman South review: 15th April 2017

16th April 2017 Remy Sylvester During Saturday's "as it stands" positioning's, Tooting & Mitcham United were briefly crowned champions. However full-time results, sees the title-chase roll over for another fixture. Corinthian-Casuals confirmed their place in the Ryman South play- offs, after Mu Maan’s strike in the forty-fifth minute at the King George’s Field v Chipstead. … Continue reading Ryman South review: 15th April 2017

Ryman South review: 8th April 2017

9th April 2017 Remy Sylvester Red cards see players miss out on the final games of the season, Three Bridges join Godalming Town in the drop, and Tooting & Mitcham are in poll position. Chatham Town won 1-0 against Chipstead, to prolong their stay in the Ryman South. Ricky Freeman’s goal in the tenth minute … Continue reading Ryman South review: 8th April 2017

Ryman South review: 1st April 2017

2nd April 2017 Remy Sylvester Greenwich and Corinthian both hit 5 away from home, Walton Casuals and Ramsgate share 6 and The Chips are almost over the safety line with back-to-back wins Greenwich Borough show their determination for play-off promotion, with their third consecutive victory in the league after defeating Herne Bay 5-0. Having scored … Continue reading Ryman South review: 1st April 2017

Ryman South review: 25th March 2017

25th March 2017 Remy Sylvester. Tooting & Mitcham United suffered their first league defeat of 2017 to end their unbeaten run of 15 games. Horsham took the lead in the fifty-seventh minute, and with three minutes to go Nwachukwu secured the victory when he netted their second. (FT: Horsham 2-0 Tooting & Mitcham United). The … Continue reading Ryman South review: 25th March 2017

Ryman South review: 18th March 2017

Back-to-back wins for bottom-placed Godalming Town and extended unbeaten runs for Tooting & Mitcham and Herne Bay Whyteleafe, Greenwich Borough, Ramsgate and Horsham all take a-point-a-piece after 1-all draws on Saturday. (FT: Whyteleafe 1-1 Greenwich Borough, FT: Ramsgate 1-1 Horsham). These results see the mid of the table remain tight with Whyteleafe, Ramsgate and Horsham … Continue reading Ryman South review: 18th March 2017

The Chipstead view: Chipstead 2-2 Cray Wanderers

By Trevor Stotten. Chipstead secured what could be another valuable point, come the end of the season, showing great determination to come from behind twice to peg back Cray Wanderers, who had taken the lead in the 30th minute through Danny Haynes. Chips had chances of their own in the first half, the best being … Continue reading The Chipstead view: Chipstead 2-2 Cray Wanderers

Ryman Division One South review: 25th February 2017

Tooting & Mitcham and Dorking Wanderers remain neck-and-neck, Jubilee Court sees an unexpected 4 goals, and Lewes bounce back By Remy Sylvester. It was top versus bottom in the Ryman Division One South on Saturday, as Godalming Town hosted title-chasing Tooting & Mitcham United. The game reached half time goalless, and looking over their shoulders … Continue reading Ryman Division One South review: 25th February 2017

Carshalton Athletic made it six wins in a row after an improved second-half performance saw off a spirited Cray Wanderers

  By James Barrett.   A lacklustre opening 45 saw the Robins behind after defender Lea Dawson plundered his sixth goal of the season, and that despite the fact the visitors were playing with 10 men from the 22nd minute. But second-half goals by Omar Folkes and Bobby Price saw Carshalton solidify their grip on third … Continue reading Carshalton Athletic made it six wins in a row after an improved second-half performance saw off a spirited Cray Wanderers

Ryman South Review: 18th February 2017

By Remy Sylvester. The Terrors net 5 at The Dripping Pan, Carshalton make it 6 consecutive wins & a Charlie Harris hat-trick Carshalton Athletic make it six wins on the bounce, after defeating Cray Wanderers at Colston Avenue. At half time, the visitors were ahead, through a Lea Dawson goal on thirty-seven. However, two quick-fire … Continue reading Ryman South Review: 18th February 2017