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Now i know we got some Football Fans here who like teams in the Non League, i couldn't find another thread so this one is for all you Fans of Non League Clubs.

Fixtures this weekend
Aldershot v Gravesend, 15:00
Altrincham v Stevenage, 15:00
Cambridge Utd v Northwich, 15:00
Crawley Town v Rushden & D'monds, 15:00
Forest Green v Dag & Red, 15:00
Grays Athletic v Stafford Rangers, 15:00
Kidderminster v St Albans, 15:00
Morecambe v Burton Albion, 15:00
Oxford Utd v Halifax, 15:00
Southport v Woking, 15:00
Tamworth v Weymouth, 15:00
York v Exeter, 15:00

Conference North
Alfreton Town v Lancaster City, 15:00
Barrow v Worcester, 15:00
Farsley Celtic v Droylsden, 15:00
Gainsborough v Hinckley Utd, 15:00
Kettering v Hyde, 15:00
Moor Green v Harrogate Town, 15:00
Nuneaton v Workington, 15:00
Redditch v Blyth Spartans, 15:00
Stalybridge v Hucknall, 15:00
Vauxhall Motors v Leigh RMI, 15:00
Worksop v Scarborough, 15:00

Conference South
Basingstoke v Thurrock, 15:00
Bedford Town v Eastleigh, 15:00
Bognor Regis Town v Bishop's Stortford, 15:00
Braintree Town v Sutton Utd, 15:00
Dorchester v Farnborough, 15:00
Eastbourne Borough v Yeading, 15:00
Fisher Athletic v Newport County, 15:00
Havant and W v Cambridge City, 15:00
Hayes v Histon, 15:00
Salisbury v Lewes, 15:00
Welling v Weston-S-Mare, 15:00
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i think non league footy is included in the lower league thread

anyway a) i hope crawley doesn't fold with the financial crisis they're in
b)come on woking!!!
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i might ask the mod if it is then i'll ask it to be merged, but i agree i really hope Crawley don't go under like Hornchurch did.
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i might ask the mod if it is then i'll ask it to be merged, but i agree i really hope Crawley don't go under like Hornchurch did.
I would have thought it would, don't go in there that much tbh. I ahve stuck it for now and we can see how it works out. Just let me know if you want it merging.
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thanks cindy let's call it a trial run for now
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okays any probs PM me.
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Pleased to see Bedford Town get a point against Eastleigh at the weekend
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i think woking were outplayed on sat but they got a point against southport
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Aylesbury are actually looking awesome pre season, just convincingly beat Southern Prem Side Corby Town 3-1 away.

Have already beat rivals Chesham 4-0 away
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Alyesbury have got a good side together i think this time and i think promotion to the southern premier league is a realistic chance this season for them, they open their fixture this saturday against Cinderford Town.
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The Brewers had a good 1-0 win at Morecambe, having lost all previous conference encounters with them. Many fans are tipping us for the playoffs, part of me says yes, but then again i'm not so sure. I'll see you on the 6th october woking fan.
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Good win for Burton Albion against Morecombe who have regulary challenged for the play offs.
Here is tonights games

Burton Albion v Kidderminster, 19:45
Dag & Red v Oxford Utd, 19:45
Exeter v Forest Green, 19:45
Gravesend v Tamworth, 19:45
Halifax v Southport, 19:45
Northwich v Morecambe, 19:45
Rushden & D'monds v Grays Athletic, 19:45
St Albans v Cambridge Utd, 19:45
Stafford Rangers v Altrincham, 19:45
Stevenage v York, 19:45
Weymouth v Aldershot, 19:45
Woking v Crawley Town, 19:45

Conference North
Blyth Spartans v Barrow, 19:45
Harrogate Town v Worksop, 19:45
Hucknall v Kettering, 19:45
Lancaster City v Stalybridge, 19:45
Leigh RMI v Farsley Celtic, 19:45
Scarborough v Gainsborough, 19:45

Conference South
Bishop's Stortford v Fisher Athletic, 19:45
Cambridge City v Braintree Town, 19:45
Eastleigh v Hayes, 19:45
Farnborough v Salisbury, 19:45
Sutton Utd v Havant and W, 19:45
Yeading v Bognor Regis Town, 19:45

Tomorrow
Histon v Bedford Town, 19:45
Lewes v Welling, 19:45
Newport County v Basingstoke, 19:45
Weston-S-Mare v Dorchester, 19:45
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Going to see Hemel Town vs Cirencester this saturday in the Southern premier as money dictates i can't make it to Watford's opener at Everton.

I go to Hemel when i don't go away with watford or when Watford are at home as i have a season ticket (10yrs running now).

Come on Hemel !
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Going to see Hemel Town vs Cirencester this saturday in the Southern premier as money dictates i can't make it to Watford's opener at Everton.

I go to Hemel when i don't go away with watford or when Watford are at home as i have a season ticket (10yrs running now).

Come on Hemel !
Blyth Spartans Are going to win the Conference North

With Graham Fenton.. Woooo!
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Blyth Spartans Are going to win the Conference North

With Graham Fenton.. Woooo!
lol he's there now old Fenton lol i remember him being at Villa.

Bit gutted Bedford lost to Histon the other night.

I reckon Hemel Hempstead must be favs for promotion this season surely.
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Alyesbury have got a good side together i think this time and i think promotion to the southern premier league is a realistic chance this season for them, they open their fixture this saturday against Cinderford Town.
Yeah i'll be there, it's being played at Leighton, from what i'm hearing we have a decent side which is pretty much full of young local players which is good. I'd like to think the play offs is a realistic possibility.

Have to agree about Hemel, they are spending a fair bit of money, got some decent players for this level.

Think Brackley will have to be favourites for our league, they seem to be bringing in players that will be on a fair bit, including ex aylesbury striker leon Gutzmore.
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Yeah i'll be there, it's being played at Leighton, from what i'm hearing we have a decent side which is pretty much full of young local players which is good. I'd like to think the play offs is a realistic possibility.

Have to agree about Hemel, they are spending a fair bit of money, got some decent players for this level.

Think Brackley will have to be favourites for our league, they seem to be bringing in players that will be on a fair bit, including ex aylesbury striker leon Gutzmore.
There's some good teams this year in the southern football league especially the midland league, with Aylesbury, Brackley and i reckon Evesham fighting it out, there's the full fixture list

Saturday 19 August 2006
Aylesbury United v Cinderford Town
Berkhamsted Town v Bedworth United
Bishops Cleeve v Chasetown
Malvern Town v Leighton Town
Rothwell Town v Evesham United
Rushall Olympic v Brackley Town
Solihull Borough v Dunstable Town
Stourbridge v Barton Rovers
Stourport Swifts v Spalding United
Sutton Coldfield v Bromsgrove Rovers
Woodford United v Willenhall Town

In the premier league i suspect it will be Hemel, Kings Lynn and Hitchin
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We have made what seem to be some pretty decent signings and some with league experience which is always a plus.
However the amount of tinkering during pre-season was excessive and the amount of trialists gives us the idea that we don't seem to have a settled side.

After a dramatic promotion from the play-offs last year there's a chance we could suprise a few people this year.
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Well we drew 2-2 with Cinderford Town, we took the lead both times, the 1st goal a fantastic lob from 25 yards, but defensivley we were poor, the marking for both goals was very sloppy.

We possibly edged it but really 2-2 was a fair result
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Well done weymouth and aldershot. and any other south coast/ hampshire non league clubs
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