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

Video Highlights: Woking v Merstham SURREY SENIOR CUP FINAL

THE STORY SO FAR... Woking joined the Specsavers Surrey Senior Cup, in round two, in November 2016. The Cards got off to a great start, with a 4-0 home win over Walton Casuals. Fabio Saraiva (Former Merstham player, who played for the Moatsiders in the SSC final last year) found the net 3 times, and … Continue reading Video Highlights: Woking v Merstham SURREY SENIOR CUP FINAL

Video Highlights: Bognor Regis Town v Dulwich Hamlet RYMAN PREMIER PLAYOFF FINAL

In the season encounters, it was a win 3-1 for Bognor at Champion Hill (8th October), and a point-a-piece after a 1-1 draw at Nyewood Lane (11th February). As for the season, Bognor Regis finished the in-form side, winning seven of their final 10 games, in which they scored 25 and only conceded 6. Dulwich … Continue reading Video Highlights: Bognor Regis Town v Dulwich Hamlet RYMAN PREMIER PLAYOFF FINAL

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

Video Highlights: Dulwich Hamlet v Enfield Town PLAY-OFF SEMI

Dulwich Hamlet finished the Ryman Premier 2016/17 campaign in 3rd place, with 80 points. Four points fewer, their opponents Enfield Town finished one place below, which ensued a home tie for The Hamlet, for the play-off occasion. Enfield Town's form of the final ten fixtures, saw them have the best record in the league. Having not lost a … Continue reading Video Highlights: Dulwich Hamlet v Enfield Town PLAY-OFF SEMI

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

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