Champion chairman stands down
Folkestone Invicta Champion chairman stands down By David Watters

Folkestone Invicta chairman Jim Pellatt has stood down at the Ryman South champions after the most successful season in the club's history.

New manager heralds new era
Grays Athletic New manager heralds new era By David Watters

Grays Athletic's officials have told their fans to expect an update them on their vacant managerial position for next season's Ryman Premier campaign within days after announcing they were becoming a supporter-run club.

Beckingham is back on board
Chatham Town Beckingham is back on board By David Watters

Former East Grinstead Town, Phoenix Sports and Hythe Town boss Tony Beckingham will be patrolling the touchline in the Ryman League again next season after being named as the new manager of Chatham Town.

Mr Football mourned by many
Tilbury Mr Football mourned by many By David Watters

The Ryman League's Tilbury and Canvey Island are among a number of clubs who have been mourning the passing of former player and manager Tommy Harris.

Williams quits Rams to return
Chipstead Williams quits Rams to return By David Watters

Antony Williams will be guiding Chipstead in Ryman South next season after being named as the successor to Craig Tanner.

New boss will trust in youth
Peacehaven & Telscombe New boss will trust in youth By David Watters

Relegated Peacehaven & Telscombe have unveiled Mark Shutt as the man they hope will lead them back up into the Ryman League.

Seventh heaven for cup winners!
Tooting & Mitcham United Seventh heaven for cup winners! By David Watters

Tooting & Mitcham United manager Frank Wilson reckons Jake Baxter fully deserves to be a fans favourite at the south London club after the striker fired his Ryman South side to London Senior Cup success.

Saviour accepts permanent post
Witham Town Saviour accepts permanent post By David Watters

Witham Town have confirmed that Adam Flint will be guiding them in the Ryman League next season.

Bentley steps down to progress
Grays Athletic Bentley steps down to progress By David Watters

Former Southend United midfielder Mark Bentley has stepped down as manager of Grays Athletic after their mid-table finish to the Ryman Premier season.

Green light given to end long exile
Cray Wanderers Green light given to end long exile By David Watters

Cray Wanderers are looking forward to ending their decades long exile after the Ryman North promotion-chasers were granted planning permission to build a new stadium.

New stadium plans backed
Dulwich Hamlet New stadium plans backed By David Watters

Dulwich Hamlet are backing plans by their owners to relocate to a new stadium next to the Ryman Premier club's curent home at Champion Hill.

Magpies plan community comeback
Peacehaven & Telscombe Magpies plan community comeback By David Watters

The Magpies might be waving goodbye to the Ryman League after successive relegations but they planning to come back stronger than ever after launching a far-reaching scheme to take Peacehaven & Telscombe into community ownership.

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