Friday, 30 September 2016

VANARAMA NATIONAL LEAGUE - SATURDAY GAMES WITH SOME FACTS & STATS

Saturday 1st October
Vanarama National League Fixtures

Boreham Wood v Wrexham 
The Welsh side have only gained four points from a possible eighteen on the road which came in a 2-3 win at bottom side Guiseley and a 2-2 draw at Wrexham. In the four defeats they have failed to score.
Chester v Dover Athletic 
All four of Chester's victories have come at home. Dover are in good form having beaten York City away 1-0 and Lincoln City 2-0 at home in their last two games. 
Dagenham & Redbridge v Tranmere Rovers - 5.30pm
The Daggers, who are top of the table, entertain Tranmere who were unbeaten in their first seven league games. Since then they have parted company with manager Gary Brabin and lost three from five games. They got back to winning ways last weekend with a 3-1 home victory over Woking so this game shown live on BTSport should be a really good one.   
Forest Green Rovers v Barrow 
Second v Fourth place makes this the game of the day. Forest Green Rovers have won their last two games 1-0 with Barrow unbeaten in seven games. The match will see two ex Ryman Premier Division players in opposing sides. Ethan Pinnock moved from Dulwich Hamlet to FGR with Moussa Diarra moving from Hampton and Richmond to Barrow over the summer. 
Gateshead v Torquay United 
Top marks and full respect to all of The Gulls fans who are making the long 750 mile + round trip to the North-East and back tomorrow. The Devon side have one win from six games on the road with Gateshead having a home record of three wins, two draws and one defeat at home. 
Lincoln City v Braintree Town 
An interesting game at Sincil Bank which pits former Braintree Town manager Danny Cowley against his old side now managed by Hakan Hayrettin following the departure of Jamie Day. Hayrettin has already signed Charlton Athletic forward Oliver Muldoon on loan - he played for Dagenham and Redbridge in League Two last season. 
Macclesfield Town v North Ferriby United
3rd v 21st - the bookmakers make The Silkmen 4/11 odds on favourites with the struggling visitors best priced at 9/1 to gain an unexpected victory. NFU have failed to score in six of their last eight games with the other two being narrow 1-0 victories. 1.75 goals per game v 0.5 goals per game would suggest a 2-0 or 3-0 home win? The home side are priced at 10/11 to keep a clean sheet with skybet.com - could be decent investment?
Maidstone United v Solihull Moors 
Both sides have made a decent start to life at non-league's top table. The Stones have struggled at home with just one win in six games at The Gallagher Stadium - they do like a draw with three ending all square. Solihull have one win out of six games on the road - expect this to be a close game and a possible draw which is 11/4 with the bookmakers. 
Southport v Bromley 
23rd v 20th - it's a bit early in the season for a relegation six-pointer but both sides will want to win this game and see it as winnable.
Sutton United v Guiseley
Sutton are another side to have made a good start on their return to Step One of the non-league ladder in particular at Gander Green Lane where they have won four and lost two of six games. Could it be thirteenth time lucky for the visitors who have not won yet this season? Adam Lockwood has recently been appointed manager and will be assisted by former Doncaster Rover's boss Dave Penney. 
Woking v Eastleigh 
All three of Woking's wins have come at home. The Spitfires, now under the management of Ronnie Moore, are unbeaten in eight league games - a run which has included five wins. 
York City v Aldershot Town
The Shots have one win on their travels with all of York's three wins coming at home. The home side have failed to score in their last four league games - The Shots are unbeaten in seven games.  

STATISTICS
TOP SCORERS - DAGENHAM & REDBRIDGE - 25 GOALS (2.08 PER GAME)
LOWEST SCORERS - NORTH FERRIBY UNITED - 6 GOALS (0.5 PER GAME)
BEST DEFENCE - TRANMERE ROVERS, ALDERSHOT TOWN & BOREHAM WOOD - 9 GOALS (0.75 PER GAME)
WORST DEFENCE - SOUTHPORT - 27 GOALS (2.25 PER GAME)
UNBEATEN - NONE
NO WINS - GUISELEY
UNBEATEN AT HOME - FOREST GREEN ROVERS, BARROW, ALDERSHOT TOWN & WREXHAM
UNBEATEN AWAY - BOREHAM WOOD
NO WINS AT HOME - GUISELEY
NO WINS AWAY - GUISELEY, WOKING & CHESTER

Thursday, 29 September 2016

RYMAN LEAGUE WEEKEND PREVIEW


Fixtures for Saturday 1st October

PREMIER DIVISION 
AFC Sudbury v Leatherhead 
Enfield Town v Dulwich Hamlet 
Lowestoft Town v Harlow Town 
Needham Market v Metropolitan Police 
Kingstonian v Grays Athletic - Sunday 

With many clubs involved in FA Cup action there is only four games in the Premier Division. Sixth placed Needham Market will be looking to get back to their good form of late against bottom side Metropolitan Police after their 5-1 defeat at Harlow Town in midweek. The Hawks travel to Lowestoft Town who won only their third game at Grays Athletic on Wednesday evening. 

Enfield Town could go as high as 7th and Dulwich Hamlet 5th depending on Harlow Town and AFC Sudbury's results. There should be a good crowd at Donkey Lane on Saturday afternoon.   

TEAM P W D L GF GA GD PTS
HAMPTON & RICHMOND - 15/16 10 4 4 2 11 12 -1 16
LEISTON 10 8 2 0 32 13 +19 26
HAVANT & WATERLOOVILLE 9 7 1 1 18 8 +10 22

The above is a comparison of 2015/16 champion's Hampton and Richmond's start and the amazing start to this season both Leiston and Havant & Waterlooville have made. Tonbridge (20pts) and Bognor Regis (18pts) have also made excellent starts to the campaign.  
Leiston's next two league games are trips to Leatherhead next Wednesday evening (subject to a possible FA Cup replay) and Staines Town next weekend. 


Havant go to Burgess Hill Town on Tuesday evening (again subject to possible FA Cup replays) followed by a home game against Harlow Town next Saturday. 

CURRENT PREMIER DIVISION ODDS
courtesy of skybet.com 
Havant 2/1 
Leiston 4/1 
Tonbridge Angels 7/1 
Bognor Regis Town 10/1

The bookmakers still make Havant 2/1 favourites even though Leiston's amazing scoring record of 3.2 goals per league game is far superior than any other team - the Hampshire side are second best on 2 goals per game equal with Dulwich Hamlet. 

DIVISION ONE (NORTH)
Aveley v Brentwood Town 
Brightlingsea Regent vs Tilbury 
Bury Town v Bowers & Pitsea 
Cheshunt v Witham Town 
Dereham Town v Heybridge Swifts 
Maldon & Tiptree v AFC Hornchurch 
Romford v Haringey Borough 
VCD Athletic v Soham Town Rangers 
Waltham Abbey v Thurrock 
Ware v Phoenix Sports 
Wroxham v Great Wakering Rovers

In D1N table topper's Phoenix Sports visit Ware (15th) with the game of the day between Bury Town (2nd) and Bowers & Pitsea (3rd). Wroxham, still without a victory in eleven games and firmly anchored to the bottom of the table, entertain Great Wakering Rovers (17th). 

DIVISION ONE (SOUTH)
Chatham Town v South Park 
Chipstead v Greenwich Borough 
Cray Wanderers v Molesey 
East Grinstead Town v Sittingbourne 
Herne Bay v Corinthian-Casuals 
Lewes v Guernsey 
Ramsgate v Whyteleafe 
Three Bridges v Dorking Wanderers 
Tooting & Mitcham United v Hythe Town 

Dorking Wanderers currently lead D1S by goal difference but they have two games in hand over Tooting and Mitcham United. Dorking go to Three Bridges (19th and one win in nine games) with The Terrors entertaining fifth placed Hythe Town. Godalming Town are bottom of the table with no wins in ten games and just one draw - they are not in action this weekend and next play in the league on Wednesday 12th October at South Park subject to possible FA Trophy replays. Their latest result was a 1-4 home defeat against Chipstead whom ex Enfield Town player Raheem Sterling-Parker scored a hat-trick - his has now hit the back of the net seven times this season for The Chips. They host fourth placed Greenwich Borough this Saturday who were expected by many to be involved in the league title this season - two defeats in their opening ten games shows they mean business. 

It's also great to see Corinthian Casuals, who so cruelly missed out on the play-offs last season, up in third place on just one defeat in ten games. They go to Herne Bay at the weekend who are struggling in 23rd place at present.  

THE EMIRATES FA CUP 
THIRD ROUND QUALIFYING 
Red denotes Premier Division 
Blue denotes D1N 
Green denotes D1S
Billericay Town v Chippenham Town 
Burgess Hill Town v Cadbury Heath 
Chesham United v Staines Town 
Ebbsfleet United v Havant & Waterlooville 
Faversham Town v Egham Town 
Harrow Borough v Winchester City 
Hendon v AFC Rushden & Diamonds 
Hungerford Town v Leiston 
Margate v Hastings United 
Merstham v Thamesmead Town 
North Leigh v Folkestone Invicta 
St Albans City v Worthing 
Tonbridge Angels v Hereford 
Westfield v Walton Casuals

In the Emirates FA Cup there are three D1S, one D1N and eleven Premier Division sides left in the competition. Burgess Hill Town entertain Western Premier Cadbury Heath (step 5 on the non-league ladder) - A win would see The Hillians through to the 4 qualifying round for only the third time in their history. In 1999, 2008 and 2014 they knocked on the door of the First Round proper losing to Hereford United, Harlow Town and Dartford. It's Cadbury Heath's fifth game of the Cup already having beaten Folland Sports, Team Solent, Plymouth Parkway and Arlesford Town already on their historic run. 

At least one Ryman League side will get through to the Fourth Qualifying Round as Premier Division Merstham play D1N side Thamesmead Town.  

Wednesday, 28 September 2016

SPARTAN SOUTH MIDLANDS LEAGUE DIVISION TWO - THE SEASON SO FAR



SPARTAN SOUTH MIDLANDS LEAGUE DIVISION TWO
CURRENT TABLE TOP FIVE AND BOTTOM TWO ONLY


POSITION TEAM P GD PTS
1 THAME RANGERS 9 +26 22
2 TOTTERNHOE 9 +14 21
3 ENFIELD BOROUGH  11 +15 20
4 ASTON CLINTON 9 +14 20
5 MK GALLACTICOS 9 +18 19





18 GRENDON RANGERS 9 -29 3
19 CLEAN SLATE  8 -25 1

Thame Rangers currently lead Division Two of the SSMFL having won seven of their opening nine games with their only dropped points coming in a defeat at Enfield Borough and a 0-0 draw against New Bradwell St Peter. Totternhoe who finished in eighth place last season are close behind them on 21 points followed by Enfield Borough and Aston Clinton. With only five points seperating the table toppers and New Bradwell St Peter in ninth place there is still all to play for with many clubs in with a chance of being involved in the title race. 

Clean Slate are currently bottom of the table with just one point gained from eight games played which came in a 3-3 draw at Tring Corinthians. 

In the race for the league's golden boot it's Daniel Lambeth of Totternhoe and Nathan Skelton of Mursley United both on 11 goals from 10+1 league and cup appearances. Henderson Browne of Enfield Borough follows on 10 goals and Lewis Workman of Aston Clinton on 9 goals. 

FORTHCOMING LEAGUE FIXTURES 

Saturday 1st October 
Amersham Town v St. Neots Town Reserves 
Grendon Rangers v Unite MK 
New Bradwell St Peter v Loughton Manor 
Pitstone & Ivinghoe v Old Bradwell United 
Tring Corinthians v Thame Rangers 

Tuesday 4th October
New Bradwell St Peter v Pitstone & Ivinghoe 

Saturday 8th October 
Old Bradwell United v Clean Slate 
The 61 FC (Luton) v Enfield Borough 

Tuesday 11th October 
New Bradwell St Peter v St Neots Town Reserves 

Saturday 15th October 
Clean Slate v Tring Corinthians 
Loughton Manor v Amersham Town 
Mursley United v Unite MK 
Pitstone & Ivinghoe v Enfield Borough 

Tuesday 18th October 
St Neots Town Reserves v Old Bradwell United 

Wednesday 19th October 
Unite MK v The 61FC (Luton) 

Saturday 22nd October 
Aston Clinton v Mursley United 
Enfield Borough v Clean Slate 
Grendon Rangers v MK Gallacticos 
Thame Rangers v Loughton Manor 
Tring Town AFC v Amersham Town 
Unite MK v Tring Corinthians 

FA VASE FIRST ROUND PROPER DRAW MADE

BUILDBASE FA VASE FIRST ROUND PROPER
games to be played on the weekend of Saturday 22nd October
winners receive £675 from the FA's prize-fund

AFC Liverpool v Bootle
The newly formed City Of Liverpool FC have been making headlines with some big crowds in the Merseyside non-league scene so it will be good for the above two clubs to get some exposure as the two Hallmark Security Premier Division sides face off against each other on The Road To Wembley. The game should attract a decent attendance but it won't be the biggest as AFC entertain COLFC on Wednesday 23rd November in the Liverpool Senior Cup. AFC currently ground share at Marine FC.  
1874 Northwich v Billingham Synthonia 
Stockport Town v Sunderland Ryhope CW
Penrith v Easington Colliery 
Guisborough Town v Padiham
Runcorn Town v Hallam 
South Shields v Runcorn Linnets 
Graham Fenton crossed over the River Tyne from rival's North Shields earlier this month to take up the joint management position with Lee Picton. The former Aston Villa and Blackburn Rovers player famously won the Vase with North Shields in 2015 so will want to take his new team all the way to Wembley. The visitors will provide stiff opposition as they are currently in fourth place in the Hallmark Security North West Counties League Premier Division. 1,166 saw South Shields last home league game so the attendance for this one will be in four-figures too. 
Charnock Richard v Barnoldswick Town 
Atherton LR v Chester-Le-Street Town
Ashton Town v Billingham Town 
AFC Emley v Chadderton 
Newcastle Benfield v Irlam 
Atherton Collieries v Jarrow Roofing Boldon CA 
Congleton Town v Hall Road Rangers 
Bridlington Town v Pickering Town 
Holker Old Boys v Stockton Town 
Litherland Remyca v Shildon 
Shifnal Town v Quorn 
Heanor Town or Kimberley MW v Blidworth Welfare 
St Andrews v Paget Rangers 
Long Eaton United v Coventry United 
Wolverhampton Casuals v Chelmsley Town 
The City of Wolverhampton is represented by two teams (see Wolverhampton SC below). The Casuals of the West Midlands (Regional) League welcome Midlands League Division One Chelmsley Town who make the short trip over from Coleshill Town where they currently ground share.
Stone Old Alleynians v Hucknall Town or Ashby Ivanhoe 
Handsworth Parramore v Shepshed Dynamo 
Bromsgrove Sporting v Cadbury Athletic 
Westfields v Walsall Wood 
Staveley MW v Pinxton 
Holwell Sports v AFC Mansfield 
Hinckley FC v Wolverhampton SC 
Wolvehampton Sporting Community of the West Midlands (Regional) League Premier Division make the trip to Hinckley FC - the club formed in January 2014 followed the liquidation of Hinckley United. It's a chance for WSC to get some revenge on Hinckley as they were well beaten 5-0 in the First Qualifying Round by them last season. 
Lichfield City v Shawbury United 
Kirby Muxloe v Hemsworth MW 
Penistone Church v Sherwood Colliery 
Bottesford Town v Haughmond 
Birstall United or Malvern Town v Worksop Town 
Rocester v Oakham United 
Uttoxeter Town v Leicester Road 
Hinckley FC currently ground share at Heather St Johns. The club who now play at Hinckley United's old ground are Leicester Road FC. They travel to Uttoxeter Town who got to the Third Round last season which was their debut season in the Vase.  
Radford v Harborough Town 
Sporting Khalsa v Hanley Town 
Coventry Copsewood v Holbeach United 
Northampton Sileby Rangers v Oxhey Jets 
Thetford Town v Great Yarmouth Town 
Wadham Lodge v Hertford Town 
Wadham Lodge beat fellow Essex Senior League side Enfield 1893 FC in the last round in a game played on Friday evening. This game against SSMFL Hertford Town could also be played on the Friday evening or Sunday afternoon as Waltham Forest are also at home against Rothwell Corinthians. Whenever it's played the game will attract a few ground hoppers and a good number of supporters making the short trip from Hertfordshire.
Sporting Bengal United v Southall 
A repeat of the East v West London derby game played last season which Sporting Bengal won 6-2 before losing to Sleaford Town in the Second Round. Their best performance in the Vase came in 2011/12 when they reached the Third Round losing to rival's Bethnal Green United (now called Tower Hamlets FC). Southall FC famously reached the Final in 1986 losing to Halesowen Town at the old Wembley stadium. Since they were reformed they haven't got past the first round proper. 
Felixstowe &a Walton United v Haverhill Borough 
Broadfields United v London Bari 
Highmoor Ibis v Holmer Green 
Peterborough Sports v Swaffham Town 
Waltham Forest v Rothwell Corinthians 
Thrapston Town v Leverstock Green 
Canning Town v Biggleswade
Two sides who caused shocks against Essex Senior League opponents in the second qualifying round will play each other at The Terrance McMillan Stadium in the first round. Essex Olympian League side Canning Town beat Southend Manor on penalty kicks (4-5) after a 0-0 draw and Biggleswade won 1-2 at Takeley.  
Northampton On Chenecks v Ely City 
Gorleston v Barking 
Biggleswade United v Baldock Town 
A hotly anticipated local derby game that see's SSMFL Premier play SSMFL Division One. This should be a game not to miss at Second Meadow.
Flackwell Heath v Cockfosters 
The home side reached the Fifth Round in 2014/15 before losing at the first hurdle to Bowers & Pitsea who went on to reach the semi-final last season. Flackwell finished in third place of the Hellenic Premier Division last season and are currently second with two games in hand over table topper's Thatcham Town. They are rightly one of the favourites for the title. 'Foster's best performance in the competition has been to reach the second round in 91/92, 07/08, 12/13 and 13/14.
Walsham Le Willows v Tring Athletic 
Crawley Green v Basildon United 
Colney Heath v Hoddesdon Town 
A local SSMFL derby. The Lillywhites famously lifted the first FA Vase is 1975. Their best performance in the last decade has been to reach the third round in 09/10. 2014/15 saw The Magpies reach the third round which is their best performance. They were excluded in 14/15 for playing an inelligible player which subsequently saw them banned from the 2015/16 competition. A game which will be very close and could go either way. 
Daventry Town v Newport Pagnell Town
Godmanchester Rovers v London Colney
Yaxley v Stanway Rovers
St Margaretsbury v Ilford
Peterborough Northern Star v Sun Sports
Welwyn Garden City v Saffron Walden Town
Wembley v Desborough Town
Banstead Athletic v Crowborough Athletic
Wick v Haywards Heath Town
Bedfont Sports v Buckingham Town
Canterbury City v Lydney Town or Peacehaven & Telscombe
FC Elmstead v Ringmer or Sporting Club Thamesmead
Abbey Rangers v Tunbridge Wells
Hollands & Blair v Ascot United
Walton & Hersham v Thame United
Croydon v Bracknell Town
Epsom & Ewell v Bridon Ropes
Horsham YMCA v Horndean
Eastbourne United v Horley Town
Shoreham v Glebe 
Beckenham Town v Lancing
Eastbourne Town v Tooting & Mitcham Wanderers
AC London v Highworth Town
Fairford Town v Andover Town
Alton Town v Corinthian
Ash United v Chichester City
Alresford Town v Lingfield
Lordswood v Newhaven
Abingdon United v Thatcham Town
Cribbs v Odd Down
Devizes Town v Gillingham Town
Amesbury Town v Brimscombe & Thrupp
Helston Athletic v Team Solent
Street v Blackfield & Langley
Bournemouth v Melksham Town
Calne Town v Torpoint Athletic
Tuffley Rovers v Sherborne Town
Cullompton Rangers v Hengrove Atheltic
Bemerton Heath Harlequins v Plymouth Parkway
Sholing v Buckland Athletic
Clevedon Town v Willand Rovers
Romsey Town v Portland United
Exmouth v Tavistock
AFC Stoneham v Shaftesbury Town

Last season's winners Morpeth Town enter the competition at the Second Round stage accompanied by twenty-six other sides.

Twenty-Seven clubs exempt until Second Round
AFC Wulfrunians

Alvechurch 
Ashford United 
Berkhamsted 
Bodmin Town 
Bradford Town 
Bristol Manor Farm 
Camberley Town 
Cleethorpes Town 
Coleshill Town 
Dunston UTS 
FC Romania
Hartley Wintney 
Hullbridge Sports
Ipswich Wanderers

Knaphill 
Leicester Nirvana 
Marske United 
Moneyfields 
Morpeth Town 
Newport (IW) 
Newton Aycliffe 
North Shields 
Nuneaton Griff 
Sleaford Town 
Sunderland RCA 
Sutton Common Rovers

Tuesday, 27 September 2016

MACRON WELWYN HATFIELD SUNDAY LEAGUE RESULTS & FIXTURES


Results for Sunday 25th September

Chairman's Cup Group One
The Cock 5-4 Bradmore Rovers

Memorial Cup Group Games
Fairway Tavern FC 0-6 Sun Inn Lemsford
The Rosey 3-2 Hatfield Seniors
Hatfield Cricket Club 4-0 Hatfield Mosquito
Welwyn Campus 4-6 Shamrock Rovers Reserves

Herts FA Sunday Senior Cup
Green Dragon (Sunday) 2-5 The Great Northern
Nicholas Breakspear Old Boys 8-2 The Grove 
Shamrock Rovers 2-1 Old Fullerians

It was goals, goals and more goals in the MACRON Welwyn Hatfield Sunday League at the weekend with an average of 6.75 per game. Hatfield Cricket Club will have been pleased with their 4-0 victory over Mosquito as it was their first win of the season having lost their opening three games 8-0, 10-2 and 4-1. Mosquito have played three and lost three - they go again at the weekend against The Cock in a league fixture.

In the Herts FA Sunday Senior Cup two out of the three sides got through with only The Grove losing at NBOB who are a very strong team currently top of the Herts Advertiser Sunday Football League Premier Division.

Fixtures for Sunday 2nd October

Premier Division 
Sun Inn Lemsford v The Great Northern - Stanborough #2 
The Cock v Hatfield Mosquito - King George Playing Fields #3 

Chairmans Cup Group Games 
Bradmore Rovers v Shamrock Rovers - King George Playing Fields #6
Hatfield Seniors v Fairway Tavern - Stanborough #1 
Welwyn Campus v The Rosey - King George Playing Fields #5 
The Grove v Hatfield Cricket Club - King George Playing Fields #4


Monday, 26 September 2016

THE MOTORMEN'S MARCH TO THE ARCH ENDS AT COLNEY HEATH

COLNEY HEATH LINE-UP BEFORE THE GAME 
Essex Senior League Redbridge travelled to Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division Colney Heath on Saturday afternoon for a Buildbase FA Vase Second Qualifying Round game. The Motormen went into the game on the back of a brilliant victory at Waltham Forest (who were top of the ESL in the opening weeks) in midweek which was only their second victory in ten league games played. They had also beaten Eton Manor 5-4 in the previous round on Saturday 10th September. The Magpies had won two of their eight league games played and had recently beaten FC Broxbourne Borough in a League Challenge Trophy game.








On a windy day in Hertfordshire it was the home side who went in at half time 1-0 up thanks to a Danielson Vicente well taken goal on 24 minutes - they had also hit the post during the first period. The visitors had worked the ball into some good areas but when it came to a cutting edge and being clinical in front of goal it just wasn't their day. Heath had to replace their goalkeeper Emmanuel Olajide in the opening 10 minutes of the second half - he had picked up a hand injury (reported as a broken thumb) following a great save made from a good Redbridge chance - Bradley Osbourne who was playing at right back took over the gloves. They scored again on 69 minutes to make it 2-0 through Lewis Davis only for The Motormen to pull one back almost immediately though Kieran English to make for a nervy ending but it was the home side who held on and looked the more threatening in front of goal during the last 10 or so minutes.


GOALKEEPER EMMANUEL OLAJIDE HANDS THE SHIRT OVER TO BRADLEY OSBOURNE FOLLOWING HIS HAND INJURY... 
They have been drawn at home in the First Round Proper where they will play fellow SSMFL Premier Division side Hoddesdon Town in what will be an eagerly anticipated game.  

MATCH HIGHLIGHTS 


Redbridge travel to Southend Manor on Tuesday evening for an Essex Senior League game with Micky Nathan's side making the trip to Edgware Town for a SSMFL Premier Division game. 

Tuesday, 20 September 2016

TOP TWO CLASH - HUGE GAME IN THE RYMAN PREMIER TONIGHT


SECOND v FIRST
BEST DEFENCE v BEST ATTACK 
TONBRIDGE ANGELS v LEISTON

There is a huge game in the Ryman Premier Division tonight as table topper's Leiston travel to second placed Tonbridge Angels. They are the only two sides left unbeaten in the division and have both won six and drawn one of their seven league games played. The match sees the top scorers in the division (Leiston have hit the back of the net twenty-four times equating to 3.43 goals scored per game) against the side with the best defence (Tonbridge have conceded just two goals equating to 0.29 goal per game). The bookmakers make the home side favourites at 13/10 with an away victory best priced at 30/17 with a draw at 3/1. Both teams had excellent results in the FA Cup at the weekend - Tonbridge Angels won 0-3 at fellow Premier Division side Wingate & Finchley and Leiston won 1-4 at Division One (South) side South Park. 

MONDAY 19th SEPTEMBER 
Result - Kingstonian 1 Bognor Regis Town 2 

TUESDAY 20th SEPTEMBER 
RYMAN PREMIER FIXTURES 
AFC Sudbury v Billericay Town 
Folkestone Invicta v Leatherhead 
Harrow Borough v Wingate & Finchley 
Hendon v Harlow Town 
Lowestoft Town P P Canvey Island - Canvey Island involved in FA Cup replay
Metropolitan Police v Dulwich Hamlet
Needham Market v Grays Athletic 
Staines Town v Enfield Town 
Tonbridge Angels v Leiston 
Worthing P P Merstham - Mertsham involved in FA Cup replay