Minute's silence marks tragedy
Tonbridge Angels Minute's silence marks tragedy By David Watters

Tonbridge Angels held a minute's silence on Thursday to mark the anniversary of Junior Dian's death while turning out for the Ryman Premier club in a pre-season friendly.

Supporters set takeover target
Grays Athletic Supporters set takeover target By David Watters

Grays Athletic have launched their community share scheme for fans to take over the running of the Ryman Premier's Blues.

Williams wants memorable finale
Kingstonian Williams wants memorable finale By David Watters

Kingstonian manager Tommy Williams wants to make the club’s final campaign at Kingsmeadow a memorable one after formally committing to take the helm again for the 2016-17 Ryman Premier season.

Dipre: 'Victory for common sense'
Carshalton Athletic Dipre: 'Victory for common sense' By David Watters

Carshalton Athletic chairman Paul Dipre has called the lifting of floodlight ban on the Ryman League club's 3G pitch a "victory for common sense".

Casuals counting down to tourny
Corinthian-Casuals Casuals counting down to tourny By David Watters

Corinthian-Casuals are looking forward to hosting Ryman League champions Hampton and Richmond Borough, Hayes & Yeading and Tonbridge Angels next weekend in their newly-named Jimmy Hill & Geoff Harvey Memorial Trophy.

Baker to be quizzed by fans
Harrow Borough Baker to be quizzed by fans By David Watters

Harrow Borough are laying on a question and answer session for their fans with manager Steve Baker as he prepares for the start of the 2016-17 Ryman Premier season.

Boost the budget scheme is back
Kingstonian Boost the budget scheme is back By David Watters

Kingstonian's successful 'Boost the Budget' campaign is making a return for 2016-17 Ryman Premier campaign.

Browning boosts touchline team
Herne Bay Browning boosts touchline team By David Watters

Herne Bay manager Sam Denly has strengthened his management team for the 2016-17 Ryman League campaign.

Barking up the sponsorship tree!
Harrow Borough Barking up the sponsorship tree! By David Watters

Harrow Borough are celebrating the signing of a new kit sponsorship deal with one of the nation's leading pet food companies for the 2016-17 Ryman League season.

Promotion target for pioneers
Enfield Town Promotion target for pioneers By David Watters

Enfield Town are looking forward to reaching their next milestone as the country’s first supporter-owned football club after the Ryman Premier’s Towners celebrated their fifteenth birthday on Thursday.

Rooks secure management trio
Lewes Rooks secure management trio By David Watters

Darren Freeman and his touchline team of Ross Standen and Tony Coade have signed new one year contracts to lead Lewes back into the Ryman League's top flight.

Number two role for Coyle
Wroxham Number two role for Coyle By David Watters

Wroxham have unveiled former FC Clacton boss David Coyle as their new assistant manager for the 2016-17 Ryman League season.

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