Video Highlights: Kingstonian v Havant & Waterlooville

Before this encounter, Havant & Waterlooville were favourite to win the Ryman Premier Division, after their 1-0 defeat over 2nd place Bognor Regis Town, giving them a 2-point advantage, with only this game to play. However, the title-race is not over, as Bognor have the better goal difference, and the better form,  and during, hosted out-of-form Metropolitan Police, who … Continue reading Video Highlights: Kingstonian v Havant & Waterlooville

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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

A fairy tale end for Burgess Hill as an injury-time goal saves them from the drop

  Burgess Hill Town picked up a miraculous 2-1 victory to remain in the Ryman Premier Division. Merstham thought they had the last say with an 88th-minute equaliser, but a 98th-minute winner from Sam Fisk saved the Hillians from the drop. The Hillians needed to win the game and for one of the four teams … Continue reading A fairy tale end for Burgess Hill as an injury-time goal saves them from the drop

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

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

BOTN Radio: 18-04-2017: 7 studio guests, 13 interviews and 3 hours of non-league football chat

19th April 2017 Remy Sylvester Tuesday’s show was absolutely jam-packed. To coincide with our brand-new show time (19:00-22:00 instead of 21:00-00:00), we set ourselves the challenge of having pairs of co-hosts for every hour. Hour one welcomes Alan Dowson (manager), Leon Solomon (Captain) and Lauren Gowans (Sports Journalist student on placement) of Hampton & Richmond … Continue reading BOTN Radio: 18-04-2017: 7 studio guests, 13 interviews and 3 hours of non-league football chat

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

It’s crunch day for Enfield Town and Leiston on the final game of the season

18th April 2017 Ryman Premier Division Remy Sylvester Enfield Town have come into form at the right time, having won the last seven games in a row. On Bank Holiday Monday, Bradley Quinton's side beat Harlow Town 3-0, with all goals coming in the second half (Harry Ottaway, 54' and 76' and Karl Oliyide 90'). … Continue reading It’s crunch day for Enfield Town and Leiston on the final game of the season

MANAGER REACTION: Lee Bradbury (Havant & Waterlooville)

18th April 2017 Ryman Premier Division Remy Sylvester Before yesterday's game, Havant & Waterlooville and Bognor Regis Town were separated by just one point at the top of the Ryman Premier, therefore, this encounter was pivotal in deciding the 2016/17 champions. Before the game, BOTN spoke with Havant & Waterlooville manager, Lee Bradbury: “We haven’t really … Continue reading MANAGER REACTION: Lee Bradbury (Havant & Waterlooville)