Round-up: Bostik League South Central & South East divisions (Mon 27th Aug) [BLSC & BLSE 27.8.18]

Written by Scott W (Twitter: @ScottMHC14)

Hello once again and welcome to my results round-up of the action from the Bostik South Central and Bostik South East divisions this weekend.

Monday 27th August

Bostik Lge South Central Division

Bedfont Sports  2 – 6  Hayes & Yeading Utd   | Belfont Recreation Ground | Att: 146

Bracknell Town   6 – 0   FC Romania    | Larges Lane |  Att: 260

Cheshunt  4 – 0  Ware     | Theobalds Lane  |  Att: 186

Egham Town  2 – 1   Westfield   | Runnymede Stadium  | Att:  84

Marlow  0 – 0   Chalfont St Peter   | Riley Recreation Ground |  Att: 122

Molesey  1 – 2   South Park  | Walton Road  |  Att: 37

Tooting & Mitcham Utd  3 – 1  Chipstead   | Imperial Fields |  Att: 230

Uxbridge  4 – 1  Northwood    |  Honeycroft  |  Att: 108

Waltham Abbey  3 – 2   Hertford Town  |  Capershotts  | Att: 165

 

Tuesday 28th Aug

Hanwell Town   v    Ashford Town (Middx)   | Reynolds Field |

 

 

Bostik Lge South East Division

Monday 27th August

Ashford Utd    2 – 0   Faversham Town  | Homelands (3G) |  Att: 344

East Grinstead Town  1 – 3  Whyteleafe  | East Court  |  Att: 130

Greenwich Borough  1 – 2  VCD Athletic  |  Badgers Sports Grd  |  Att: 70

Horsham   4 – 5  Haywards Heath Town   |  Culver Road  |  Att: 240

Hythe Town   2 – 2   Herne Bay   | Reachfields | Att: 303

Phoenix Sports  1 – 0  Thamesmead Town  | Phoenix Sports Ground | Att: 117

Ramsgate  4 – 1   Whitstable Town    | Southwood |  Att: 260

Sevenoaks Town  2 – 3   Hastings Utd   | Greatness Park  | Att: 262

Sittingbourne  0 – 2   Cray Wanderers   | Woodstock Park |  Att: 149

Three Bridges   0 – 5   Guernsey              |  Jubilee Park  |  Att: 147

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Round-up: Bostik South Central & South East Divisions (Sat 11th Aug) [BSC & BSE 12.8.18]

Written by Scott W (Twitter: @ScottMHC14)

Hello and welcome to the first of a results of weekend Bostik South Central & South East Division results  round-up’s here on my blog. Below are the results from the opening weekend’s league action.

Enjoy.

Bostik League South Central Division

Saturday 11th  August

Ashford Town (Middx)  1 – 1   Hertford Town      | Att: 88

Bracknell Town   1 – 0     Waltham Abbey     | Att: 236

Chalfont St Peter  0 – 2     Chipstead  | Att: 57

Cheshunt   3 – 3     Hayes & Yeading Utd    | Att: 173

Egham Town   0 – 2      Hanwell Town | Att: 100

Marlow    3 – 0      Molesey  | Att: 107

Northwood   4 – 3     Tooting & Mitcham Utd   | Att: 148

Uxbridge    2 – 2     Westfield  | Att: 96

Ware   2 – 1    South Park         | Att: 105

Bostik League South East Division

Saturday 11th August

Ashford Utd  3 – 1     Hythe Town     | Att: 429

East Grinstead Town  1 – 3     Phoenix Sports    | Att: 106

Faversham Town    1 – 1     Herne Bay    | Att: 310

Greenwich Borough   0 – 3   Cray Wanderers       | Att: 150

Hastings Utd    5 –  1    Thamesmead Town   | Att: 404

Horsham  1 – 2     Sittingbourne    | Att: 195

VCD Athletic   2 – 1    Ramsgate   | Att: 92

Whyteleafe   3 – 1    Guernsey | Att: 147

That’s all from the Bostik South Central & South East divisions this week, thanks for reading.

Bostik League Division North (& South) round-up (BLN 28.4.18)

Written by Scott W (Twitter: @ScottMHC14)

Hello & welcome to another Bostik North round-up, here on the blog. This weekend saw the last action of the regular season, as the outstanding promotion & relegation places were finally settled, as well as the play-off pictures in both divisions.. As usual, the Bostik South results follow at the end.

 

Saturday 28th April

 

AFC Sudbury  1 – 0 Grays Athletic
| Venue: King’s Marsh | Att: 245

The Suds narrowly defeated Grays to rise to 12th spot in the final standings. Phil Kelly’s strike with 12 minutes left sealed the points and give Sudbury their third win in their last seven matches. Grays’ 5th defeat in six means they finish down in 16th after a ‘damp squib’ end to the season, Jamie Stuart’s side will hope next term brings ‘better times’.

 

Aveley  3 – 1 Mildenhall Town
| Venue: Parkside  | Att: 323

Aveley ended their first season at Parkside will a comfortable win over lowly Mildenhall. The platform was laid in the opening 25 minutes as strikes by Tom Richardson [14′] and Tony Martin [25′] gave the hosts a decent lead, though Jake Chambers-Shaw halved the arrears six minutes later for the Hall. Richardson’s second of the afternoon on the stroke of the interval sealed the points.

The Millers finish the season up in 14th, courtesy of their first win in five matches. Meanwhile, Town’s poor end to the campaign (winless in their last ten matches) means they end up in 22nd, six points clear of the solitary relegation spot.

 

Barking  0 – 3  Potters Bar Town
| Venue: Mayesbrook Park | Att: 142

The Blues were outplayed by Potters Bar who had a jubilant end to their three-way tussle for the second promotion spot. The visitors led through James Budden’s goal just shy of the half-hour and after the break, a double from Eoin Casey [51′ & 77′] secured Potters Bar’s upward trajectory into the Bostik Premier Division at the first time of asking.

Barking ended their first season back in the division in a highly-respectable 10th spot despite three wins in their last eight outings, while the Scholars held on to second spot thanks to a sterling streak of ten wins in their last 14 matches.

 

Bowers & Pitsea  4 – 1 Brentwood Town
| Venue: Len Salmon Stadium | Att: 163

Bowers missed out on automatic promotion despite a good victory at home to struggling Brentwood. Lewis Manor [1′] and Ben Sartain [6′] goals got Rob Small’s side off to flying start before further strikes by Jamie Dicks [17′] and Martyn Stokes [23′] ended the contest really. On-loan midfielder Tom Ranger got one back for the Blues 11 minutes before half-time but it wasn’t enough to stave off Town’s 6th defeat in their last 12 matches, perhaps influenced by their heavy fixture congestion in the last month or two. Bowers finsh 3rd despite 5 wins in their last eight matches and face a home play-off semi-final with Canvey.

 

Bury Town  1 – 2  Haringey Borough
| Venue: Ram Meadow | Att: 425

Haringey went into the play-offs on the back of yet another win. Lauren Luke broke the deadlock just three minutes in for Borough. Hot-shot Cemal Ramadan levelled from the spot four minutes before the break. Ralston Gabriel struck the winner for the visitors midway through the second half to claim Haringey’s eighth straight win and end the regular season unbeaten in 15 matches to finish fourth, just a point off the second promotion berth. Bury’ inconsistent finale means they end the campaign in 9th spot.

 

Canvey Island  2 – 2  Ware
| Venue: Park Lane | Att: 245

Canvey ended the normal 46-game season being held by bottom-six side Ware. Mitchell Gilbey gave CIFC the lead on 25 minutes though the visitors restored parity a minute into the second half thanks to Jordon Watson and led just four minutes afterward

The Islanders finished sixth though recent form hasn’t been the best – six wins in their last 14 matches. Danny Heale’s side face a trip to local rivals Bowers & Pitsea in midweek. Ware end a ambivalent season in 20th after a run of three wins in 11 games. They will look for better next term.

 

Cheshunt  6 – 3  Norwich Utd
| Venue: Theobalds Lane   | Att: 146

The Ambers won an absolutely enthralling contest at Theobalds Lane, which had dire consequences for the Planters. The hosts started strongly as Jason Hallett struck twice [10′ & 28′] either side of a strike by in-form Kyle Roberts [23′]. The Planters, knowing they needed a draw to survive the drop, responded through Adam Hipperson’s spot-kick [36′] and Harry Barker’s goal five minutes later. The visitors levelled as Charlie Hitch found the net nine minutes after the interval. Craig Edwards’ men had a heck of a final say as Ricky Sappleton’s brace [60′ & 81′] and Roberts’ second midway through the half made sure of the hosts’ 5th win in their final 6 to finish up in 18th on 50 points.

Norwich Utd’s 6th loss in the last 11 mean they fell to the bottom on the last day and are relegated to Step 5, most likely the Eastern Counties League.

 

Dereham Town   3 – 2 Hertford Town
| Venue: Aldiss Park  | Att: 102

Dereham edged this one late on to finish the campaign in 8th. Hertford led ten minutes in through on-loan striker Charlie Cole though the hosts powered back courtesy of Matthew Castellan [44′] and Joe Gatting [63′] goals. George Lutaaya levelled once again for ghe visitors with eight minutes left. Substitute Ryan Crisp snatched the winner three minutes later. Hertford’s 7th defeat in 10 means they end in 15th.

 

Heybridge Swifts  2 – 1  Soham Town Rangers
| Venue: Scraley Road | Att: 444

Swifts ended the 46-game term with another victory to see them into the play-offs in good touch. Luke Callander [24′] & Juan Luque [42′] both netted to give Jody Brown’s side a half-time lead. Four minutes after the break, Lewis Clayton scored for Soham who then saw Erkan Okay dismissed with 20 minutes left. Heybridge’s 5th straight victory means they finish 5th and face a trip to Haringey Borough in midweek. Soham finish the season in 13th spot.

 

Romford  4 – 2 Maldon & Tiptree
| Venue: Ship Lane | Att: 105

Romford once again refused to accept ‘fate’ and dragged themselves to safety by virtue of this massive win. It didn’t start well as on-loan striker Lee Barnard [9′] continued his scoring run for Maldon though Paul Martin’s side ‘turned the tables’ thanks to goals from Carlos Djalo Oso [17′], Ayo Olukoga [42′] and Kris Newby [49′]. Barnard struck again with seven minutes left to get the nerves jangling for the Boro faithful. Though Greg Akpele scored with a minute left to finally end the season on a massive high and Ship Lane gave them a ‘parting gift’ of sorts – Step 4 status for next term. Maldon end the season 7th and suffered their fourth straight defeat here, the Jammers may well be ‘in the hunt’ next season.

 

Waltham Abbey  2 – 2 AFC Hornchurch (C)
| Venue: Capershotts | Att: 124

A topsy-turvy matvh ended all-square at Capershotts. Christian Assombalonga broke the stalemate for the champions on the edge of half-time though moments into the 2nd half, Darelle Russell equalised. Russell got his brace nine minutes later though substitute Theo Fairweather-Johnson [85′] snared a point for the Urchins. Abbey end the season with only one win in thrir last 14 matches to sit 19th while Hornchurch end the season unbeaten in eight outings and with the best defence in the division, with 103 points.

 

Witham Town  0 – 2  Tilbury
| Venue: Spa Road | Att: 122

A Harry Norman double [30′ & 82′] meant the Dockers ended the season with their fourth straight win. Witham have had a good season, ending in 11th after five wins in their last nine. Tilbury finish 17th.

 

Bostik North Play-off Semi-Finals

Wednesday 2nd May

Bowers & Pitsea v Canvey Island  | V: Len Salmon Stadium
Haringey Borough v Heybridge Swifts | V: Coles Park

The Final will be held on Sunday May 6th, I understand.

 

 

Bostik Division South  – Saturday 28th April 2018

 

Ashford Utd  1 – 4  Walton Casuals (P/O)    | Att: 321

Carshalton Athletic (C)  7 – 0 VCD Athletic  | Att: 785

Cray Wanderers (P/O)  4 – 0   Guernsey  | Att: 202

Hastings Utd   1 – 2  Sittingbourne  | Att: 540

Herne Bay  1 – 0  Greenwich Borough (P/O) | Att: 276

Horsham  2 – 5  Whyteleafe |

Hythe Town  1 – 1  Corinthian-Casuals (P/O)  | Att: 493

Lewes (P)  0 – 0  Chipstead  | Att: 1,134

Molesey  2 – 1  Faversham Town  | Att: 56

Phoenix Sports  4 – 0  Shoreham (R)  | Att: 71

Ramsgate  4 – 0  East Grinstead Town   | Att: 204

Thamesmead Town  6 – 2  South Park  | Att: 73

 

Bostik South Play-off Semi-Finals

Tuesday May 1st

Cray Wanderers v Walton Casuals
Greenwich Borough v Corinthian-Casuals

 

Bostik League Division North (& South) round-up (BLN 10.3.18)

Written by Scott W (Twitter: @ScottMHC14)

Hello & welcome to another Bostik North round-up, here on the blog.

Here’s the round-up, followed as usual by a list of the results in Bostik Division South this weekend:

 

Saturday 10th March

AFC Hornchurch 1 – 0 Canvey Island
| Venue: Bridge Avenue | Att: 245

The Urchins pinched the points late on at Bridge Avenue to continue their march to the Bostik North title. Theo Fairweather-Johnson’s winner four minutes from time sealed the win and they go 14 points clear at the summit. Canvey drop to 4th though they do have the best goal difference of the sides currently in the play-off spots.

 

Aveley 0 – 1 Ware
| Venue: Parkside  | Att: 193

Ware narrowly edged improving Aveley at Parkside. Jordon Watson’s solitary goal was enough to secure the points as Ware go up to 21st, seven points clear of the relegation spot. Aveley are 19th, though only a real barren run of results will see them caught up in the scrap at the bottom.

 

Bowers & Pitsea P – P  Dereham Town
| Venue: Len Salmon Stadium  |

This match was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.

 

Brentwood Town P – P  Mildenhall Town
| Venue: Brentwood Arena |

This match was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.

 

Bury Town  P – P Heybridge Swifts
| Venue: Ram Meadow  |

This match was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.

 

Haringey Borough  3 – 0  AFC Sudbury  | Venue: Coles Park | Att: 119

Haringey continued their promotion push with another win at Coles Park. The Suds fell behind as Anthony McDonald [61′] and Michael O’Donoghue goals [69′] gave the hosts the lead before Jordan Edwards’ late goal sealed the points to take the hosts into 3rd spot, six points behind Bowers in second, having played a game more. Sudbury are 11th, level on points with Bury Town and ten points off the top six.

 

Maldon & Tiptree  P – P Barking
| Venue: Park Drive |

This match was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.

Norwich Utd  2 – 2 Grays Athletic
| Venue: Plantation Park | Att: 151

The Planters fought back to hold Ath at Plantation Park. Kieran Bishop’s 34-minute penalty gave the visitors the lead before the hosts were awarded a penalty of their own on 64 minutes, which Adam Hipperson duly converted to level things up. Joao Carlos struck three minutes later to give Grays a thin lead again though the hosts grabbed a point thanks to Nathan Stewart’s goal twenty minutes from time. Utd drop to 23rd despite this point and are five points clear of Romford while Grays are 9th, seven points off the play-offs.

 

Potters Bar Town  4 – 0 Tilbury
| Venue: Pakex Stadium  | Att: 124

Potters Bar continued their impressive first season in Bostik North by dispatching Tilbury at the Pakex. Chris Doyle [8′] gave the hosts an early lead before Michael Murray [pen 45′] doubled that advantage. Late on, goals from Sean Grace [77′] and Doyle’s second of the afternoon with 7 minutes left secured a good afternoon’s work. The Scholars sit 5th, three points clear of Dereham in 7th. Tilbury drop to 17th and a mid-table finish beckons for Joe Keith’s side.

 

Romford  1 – 4 Hertford Town
| Venue: Ship Lane | Att: 82

Romford endured another blue afternoon at Ship Lane, falling to a good performance by mid-table Hertford. Goals from Phillip Lowen [5′] and Charlie Ruff [34′] gave the visitors the advantage before Andrew Tirvanhu pulled a goal back for Boro six minutes before half-time. A Michael Toner spot-kick eight minutes after the break and Luke Illsley’s strike [69′] confirmed the win for Town as they rise to 13th. Romford remain bottom and results elsewhere mean they are five points adrift at the bottom.

 

Soham Town Rangers  2 – 2 Cheshunt
| Venue: Julius Martin Lane  | Att: 109

Soham held improving Cheshunt at Julius Martin Lane. Dave Kendall put the Ambers ahead 18 minutes in, before Sam Mulready levelled for Soham on the stroke of half-time. In a nervy end to this one, Jason Hallett [82′] probably thought he’d sealed three much-needed points though Mulready [86′] struck again to claim a point for his side. Soham sit 18th while Cheshunt drop to 22nd, six points off the bottom.

 

Witham Town 2 – 0 Waltham Abbey | Venue: Spa Road | Att: 81

Witham pinched this one late on at Spa Road. A brace from substitute Chinedu Osadebe [89′ & 90′] changed the tide of the match and give Adam Flint’s men the points. Town go above their opponents here into 14th while Abbey are 16th.

 

Bostik Division South R’s – Sat 10th March

Ashford Utd  1 – 3 Lewes  | Att: 283

Carshalton Athletic  5 – 0 Molesey  | Att: 283

Corinthian-Casuals  2 – 1 Thamesmead Town | Att: 81

East Grinstead Town  P – P Horsham |

Greenwich Borough  1 – 0  Faversham Town   Att: 81

Guernsey  3 – 0  Sittingbourne  | Att: 628

Hythe Town  2 – 1 Cray Wanderers  | Att: 188

Phoenix Sports  3 – 1 Herne Bay  | Att: 94

Ramsgate  3 – 0 Chipstead   | Att: 151

Shoreham  P – P Walton Casuals   |

South Park  P – P VCD Athletic  |

Whyteleafe 1 – 0 Hastings Utd  | Att: 168

 

That’s all for this week, thank you for reading.

Bostik League Div. North & South Round-up (23.9.17)

Written by Scott W (Twitter: @ScottMHC14)

Hello & welcome to a round-up of the action in the Isthmian League Division North on Sat 23rd September and the updated table (below) as the league starts to take shape, with results from Bostik Division South from the same day & the Bostik South table. Enjoy.

Saturday 23rd September

Bostik Division North

AFC Sudbury   3 – 2   Heybridge Swifts

Venue: Wardale Williams Stadium   |   Attendance: 259

Sudbury struck late to claim the win at the Wardale Williams Stadium. Juan Luque put the high-flying Swifts ahead on the half-hour. After the break, Sam Clarke’s penalty (64’) levelled things before Luque’s second of the afternoon three minutes later gave Jody Brown’s side the advantage once again. Though the Suds were not to be denied as first Louis Blake restored parity with 15 minutes to go, and Adam Mills struck five minutes from the end. Mills were sent off with moments remaining though the hosts held on to obtain a much-needed win and hand Heybridge their first loss of the season.

Aveley   1 – 0  Brentwood Town

Venue: Parkside   |  Attendance: 289

Aveley edged Brentwood to record their first win since the opening day of the campaign. Jordan Watson got the only goal on the hour. Though the Millers had to see out the last few minutes with ten men as Nathan Koranteng saw red.

Bowers & Pitsea  4  – 2  Potters Bar Town

Venue: Len Salmon Stadium   | Attendance: 113

Bowers produced a stirring second-half comeback to overcome Potters Bar at the Len Salmon Stadium. The Scholars led after 17 minutes through Michael Murray’s opener. After the break, Ben Sartain levelled matters on 65 minutes. Five minutes later, Bradley Sach’s goal gave the visitors the lead again. Not for long though as three minutes after that, a spot-kick from David Knight made it 2-2. And late goals from James Thomas (79’) and Knight (87’) sealed Bowers’ third straight win in the league.

Canvey Island   1 – 0   Romford

Venue: Park Lane   |   Attendance: 329

Canvey recorded a narrow though nonetheless important win at Ship Lane. George Sykes’ penalty five minutes after the interval turned out to be the winner. This was Romford’s fifth straight league loss and this could be a difficult season for Paul Martin’s side.

Cheshunt 1 – 2   Bury Town

Venue: Theobalds Lane   |   Attendance: 130

All the goals came in the second-half at Theobalds Lane as Bury edged this one. Noel Aitkens put the visitors ahead with 18 minutes remaining. They only led for six minutes before Tom Bruno’s penalty restored parity for Steve Newing’s side. Though Bury were awarded a spot-kick of their own with eight minutes left and substitute Cemal Ramadan duly converted it to get the eventual winner. The Ambers had to play the last six minutes with ten men as Jason Hallett was dismissed. Bury Town are unbeaten in their last five league matches, while Cheshunt suffered their fourth league defeat of the season.

Dereham Town 3 – 3    Barking

Venue: Aldiss Park             |   Attendance: 122

Barking recovered well from twice going two goals behind to get a point at Aldiss Park. Ashley Jarvis’ brace (9 & 26’) gave the Magpies the initiative at the break. Two minutes after the interval, Alan Taylor cut the visitors’ arrears in half though Joe Gatting restored Dereham’s two-goal cushion only a minute later. Barking were level again on 54 minutes though as Jay Knight struck before substitute Goldy Capela struck at the death to give Justin Gardner’s side a point in a enthralling encounter. Dereham are now winless in their last four league matches. Barking are now unbeaten in three league matches.

Haringey Borough 2 – 0  Soham Town Rangers

Venue: Coles Park               |   Attendance: 117

Haringey held off Soham to grab another three points at Coles Park. A first-half brace from Jamie O’Dongohue (20’ & pen 38’) was enough to claim his side’s fifth straight league win. Soham are now winless in their last three league matches.

Hertford Town  1 – 0  Grays Athletic

Venue:  Hertingfordbury Park                    |   Attendance: 213

Ten-man Hertford struck very late to seal all three points. Hertford were down to ten seven minutes into the second half as Jason Beck was dismissed. Gavin Kelsey’s side held firm though and Michael Toner’s penalty at the death sealed the hosts’ second win of the season.

Maldon & Tiptree   1 – 1 Waltham Abbey

Venue: Park Drive                     |   Attendance: 61

Maldon fought back to end this one honours-even at Park Drive. Abbey led seven minutes before half-time through Billy Holland’s goal. Though a spot-kick from Junior Ogedi-Uzokwe on 72 minutes gave the Jammers a point. Maldon have only won one of their last five league matches now.

 

Mildenhall Town 4 – 6  Tilbury

Venue:  Recreation Way                    |   Attendance: 162

Tilbury pulled off an excellent win at Recreation Way in this ten-goal thriller. Tilbury led after just four minutes thanks to Toby Aromolaran’s opener. Joshua Curry levelled for the Hall on 34 minutes before Bryan Kyungu restored the Dockers’ lead two minutes later. Mildenhall’s Shaun Avis made it 2-2 five minutes before the interval. A quick-fire double from Adam Vyse (48’) and Emiel Aiken (51’) gave the visitors a two-goal cushion early in the second half. Craig Calver made it 3-4 four minutes after Aiken’s goal. Tilbury put themselves clear thanks to Ryan Melaugh (62’) and Aromolaran’s second of the afternoon on 64 minutes. The visitors were down to ten men on 86 minutes as Lewis Jaggs was dismissed for two bookable offences and Mildenhall grabbed another late on through substitute Gareth Simpson. Tilbury are now unbeaten in their last three league matches.

Norwich Utd  0 – 2  AFC Hornchurch

Venue: Plantation Park                     |   Attendance: 89

Hornchurch struck twice in the first half to continue their 100% start to the league season. Goals from Nathan Cooper (6’) and Kenzer Lee (25’) were enough to give the Urchins’ their 7th straight league win. Norwich are yet to find their first win this term.

Ware 3 – 2  Witham Town

Venue: Wodson Park                     |   Attendance: 68

Ware came from behind to edge Witham at Wodson Park. Pat Ahern gave the visitors the lead on seven minutes, before Yannick Kamanan restored parity on 31 minutes. A Tyler Corlett OG put the hosts ahead eight minutes into the second-half. Town were level with 58 minutes gone as Shamido Pedulu struck. Ware were down to ten men as Ahmed Abdullah was sent off for two bookings with two minutes left. Gareth Madden popped up right though at the end to seal Ware’s fourth win of the season. Witham are now without a win in three league matches.

Bostik Division North Table (after 23rd September 2017 matches)

Position Team P W D L GD (+/-) Points
1 AFC Hornchurch 7 7 0 0 +15 21
2 Haringey Borough 7 6 1 0 +9 19
3 Bowers & Pitsea 8 5 1 2 +9 16
4 Heybridge Swifts 6 5 0 1 +11 15
5 Bury Town 8 4 3 1 +10 15
6 Canvey Island 8 4 3 1 +7 15
7 Dereham Town 8 4 2 2 +2 14
8 Potters Bar Town 7 4 1 2 +5 13
9 Tilbury 8 4 1 3 -3 13
10 Ware 7 4 0 3 +2 12
11 Mildenhall Town 8 4 0 4 0 12
12 Waltham Abbey 7 3 1 3 +3 10
13 Aveley 8 3 1 4 -4 10
14 Hertford Town 7 2 3 2 -8 9
15 Barking 7 2 2 3 0 8
16 Soham Town Rangers 8 2 2 4 -4 8
17 AFC Sudbury 6 2 1 3 -1 7
18 Maldon & Tiptree 6 2 1 3 -3 7
19 Witham Town 8 2 1 5 -5 7
20 Grays Athletic 7 2 0 5 -4 6
21 Brentwood Town 7 1 1 5 -4 4
22 Cheshunt 7 1 1 5 -8 4
23 Romford 8 1 1 6 -13 4
24 Norwich Utd 8 0 1 7 -16 1
               

 

Bostik Division South

Saturday 23rd September

Ashford Utd 3 – 0  Guernsey  | Venue: Homelands | Att: 258

Carshalton Athletic  2 – 2  Phoenix Sports   | Venue: Colston Avenue | Att: 311

Cray Wanderers 3 – 1 Herne Bay   | Venue: Hayes Lane  | Att: 166

Faversham Town 0 – 1 Corinthian Casuals  | Venue: Salters Lane  | Att: 227

Horsham  1 – 5   Sittingbourne  | Venue: Culver Road  | Att: 161

Molesey   4 – 3  Hastings Utd  | Venue: Walton Road  | Att: 75

Shoreham 1 – 0 Greenwich Borough  | Venue: Middle Road | Att: 110

South Park  2 – 2   Hythe Town  | Venue: Whitehall Lane  |  Att: 77

Thamesmead Town  1 – 3  Ramsgate  | Venue: Princes Park  | Att: 74

VCD Athletic  1 – 3  Chipstead  |  Venue: Oakwood | Att: 68

Walton Casuals  1 – 2  Lewes   |  Venue: Elmbridge Sports Hub  | Att: 211

Whyteleafe 2 – 1  East Grinstead Town  | Venue: Church Road | Att: 165

 

Bostik Division South Table (after 23rd September 2017 matches)

Position Team P W D L GD (+/-) Points
1 Whyteleafe 9 6 2 1 +10 20
2 Lewes 8 6 2 0 +6 20
3 Sittingbourne 9 5 3 1 +9 18
4 South Park 8 5 2 1 +13 17
5 Walton Casuals 8 5 1 2 +8 16
6 Corinthian Casuals 8 5 1 2 +6 16
7 Carshalton Athletic 6 4 2 0 +7 14
8 Cray Wanderers 8 3 4 1 +8 13
9 Hythe Town 9 4 1 4 +4 13
10 Herne Bay 7 4 0 3 +5 12
11 Phoenix Sports 7 3 3 1 +4 12
12 Greenwich Borough 7 3 2 2 +5 11
13 Molesey 8 3 1 4 -6 10
14 VCD Athletic 9 3 0 6 -10 9
15 Thamesmead Town 6 2 2 2 +2 8
16 Hastings Utd 8 2 2 4 -5 8
17 Chipstead 7 2 1 4 -5 7
18 Horsham 7 2 1 4 -7 7
19 Ashford Utd 8 2 1 5 -7 7
20 Faversham Town 7 2 0 5 -1 6
21 Ramsgate 7 2 0 5 -6 6
22 East Grinstead Town 8 1 2 5 -8 5
23 Shoreham 8 1 1 6 -19 4
24 Guernsey 9 1 0 8 -13 3