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

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

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

Ryman Premier review: 15th April 2017

16th April 2017 Ben Eltham Bognor and Havant win to set up a bank holiday showdown, Dulwich all but secure their playoff place, Hendon move out of the relegation places and Staines are unbeaten in ten. Bognor Regis Town beat Harlow Town 3-0 in-front of a crowd of 789 at Nywood Lane. The win means … Continue reading Ryman Premier review: 15th April 2017

Ryman Premier review: 8th April 2017

9th April 2017 Ben Eltham The top six all win, Harlow hit five to keep their hopes alive and Brown gives the Hillian's a vital victory A Jimmy Muitt hat-trick ensured Bognor Regis Town remain top of the table heading into the last three games of the season. In contrast, it looks like AFC Sudbury … Continue reading Ryman Premier review: 8th April 2017

Ryman Premier review: 1st April 2017

2nd April 2017 Ben Eltham Havant close the gap at the top, Enfield make it four in a row, and Leatherhead win the battle at the bottom  Bognor Regis Town lost 1-0 away to playoff chasing Enfield Town. Karl Oliyide scored the only goal of the game on thirty minutes. The defeat ended a run … Continue reading Ryman Premier review: 1st April 2017

Ryman Premier review: 25th March 2017

25th March 2017 Ben Eltham Bognor increase their lead at the top, Billericay stun Dulwich, and Kingstonian drop into the bottom four  Bognor Regis Town increased their lead at the top of the league with a 4-0 home win over the divisions form side Canvey Island. A hat-trick for James Frazer (14’, pen 37’, 89’) … Continue reading Ryman Premier review: 25th March 2017

Ryman Premier review: 18th March 2017

Seven goals in the second half for Bognor, Canvey Island make it five in a row, and Matt Blake makes it 26 for the season as Leiston edge closer to the play-offs. Bognor Regis Town remain top of the league, after an emphatic 7-1 victory at home to Folkestone Invicta. It was the visitors who … Continue reading Ryman Premier review: 18th March 2017