LEAGUE newcomers Three Bridges face an uphill task if they are to retain Ryman South status for a second season.
UNLUCKY Romford suffered the Wednesday night blues in Ryman North for the second week in a row – and this time it was a double dose.
TODAY’S Ryman League results, away wins for Brentwood and Walton Casuals, mean that, remarkably, there have now been more away wins (265) than home victories (263) this season.
A GOAL by Horsham’s Ryan Marriott denied Maidstone a return to the top of the Ryman North table tonight (Tuesday).
BOTTOM club Ilford were without a Ryman North game tonight (Tuesday) but still had a good day as the two teams a point ahead of them were both beaten at home.
A HAT-TRICK by Nathaniel Pinney provided bottom club Carshalton with three precious Ryman Premier points as they beat fellow-strugglers Enfield Town 3-2 tonight (Tuesday).
RYMAN North club AFC Sudbury have strengthened their off-field team by appointing Mick Pearce as their general manager.
HENDON moved up three places on Sunday as they kept up their habit of scoring late winners on the road.
WHEN Ryman Premier leaders Whitehawk were 4-1 down at home to Canvey with 15 minutes left yesterday (Saturday), their fans cheered themselves up in the usual fashion, singing “We’re gonna win 5-4”. And they were right!
BOTTOM hosted top in Ryman North yesterday (Saturday) and it went according to the form book as Maldon won 3-0 at Ilford to move 13 points clear of the field again.
A HAT-TRICK by Jake Hobbs was in vain as Hythe went down 4-3 at home to Maidstone in a thrilling third-v-second Ryman South battle in front of 709 fans at Reachfields yesterday (Saturday).
HASTINGS United’s glorious FA Cup run came to an end with a battling 4-1 defeat at the hands of Middlesbrough, fourth in the Championship.
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