THERE were goals galore in The League Cup last night (Tuesday), nine of them at Three Bridges where the Ryman South newcomers produced the shock of the round by beating Premier leaders Hampton 5-4 – a result all the more remarkable for the fact that Hampt
THE Maidstone public have responded with enthusiasm to the club’s return to their home town after a long exile and a massive crowd of 1,989 poured into the Gallagher Stadium for the Ryman South clash with Dulwich yesterday (Saturday).
HENDON went through to the fourth qualifying round of the FA Cup with a 2-1 home victory over Conference South club Eastbourne Borough last night (Tuesday), despite falling behind and going down to ten men early in extra time.
AFTER losing their first three home games in Ryman North, Harlow seemed determined to break their duck as they three times took the lead against Soham last night (Tuesday). The visitors had other ideas, scoring four times in the last 20 minutes to win 6-3
ONLY one team in the top half of the Ryman South table collected three points last night (Tuesday). That was Walton & Hersham, who moved into second place with a 2-1 home win over Crawley Down, ending the last unbeaten record in the division.
THERE were only two games involving Ryman League clubs tonight (Monday) but they certainly gave full value. Wealdstone came from 2-0 down to beat Kingstonian 5-2 and evict their victims from the top of the Premier table, while Hastings achieved an excelle