IT MAY be early in the Ryman North season, but the clash between Sudbury and Grays yesterday (Saturday) had the look of a fixture that could be crucial in the promotion battle come April. If so, Sudbury have the edge after a 3-1 home victory.
FOUR of the pre-season favourites have already opened a gap at the top of the Ryman Premier, with Hampton leading the way after a 2-0 victory at Enfield Town which means they have yet to concede a goal in five games.
THERE were four FA Cup replays involving Ryman League clubs tonight (Tuesday), but the match of the day turned out to be the only league game as Three Bridges came from 4-1 down to snatch a Ryman South point at Corinthian-Casuals.
HAMPTON have made an impressive start to their bid to regain Conference South status at the first attempt. They have scored only five goals in four games but, coupled with an unblemished defensive record, they have been worth ten points and, now, first pl
CRAWLEY DOWN continued their perfect start to the Ryman South season with a 3-1 home win over Dulwich in the battle of the top two in the table. The Anvils, who have scored 12 goals in their three league games, were well worth their success.
THE top two sides in Ryman North clashed today (Monday), and they retain their positions after a 1-1 draw. Grays thought they were going to take over the leadership and keep their 100 per cent record after Jack West’s tenth-minute strike, but visiting Cha
WHO said history doesn’t repeat itself? A year ago Ryman North club Maldon & Tiptree hammered nine goals past Ipswich Wanderers in the preliminary round of the FA Cup – and yesterday they did it again, crushing hapless Essex Senior League visitors London
WILL it be third time lucky for Lowestoft? Beaten in the last two play-off finals, the Trawlerboys are the only Ryman Premier team with a 100 per cent record after their 2-1 home victory over Met Police yesterday (Saturday).