Welcome to a new feature on The Cold End called "Four clubs on a Tuesday" which lists two local clubs on form with some good news ands two clubs on a run of bad form and hopefully looking at better things to come.
WINGATE AND FINCHLEY
The blues have 47 points from their 30 league games played so far which more than likely guarantees them Ryman Premier Division football for the 2015/16 season which will be their fifth at this level. The North Londoners have certainly built on the luck they received in gaining a reprieve from relegation after finishing 21st of 24 clubs last season. After 30 league games last season Wingate had a much lower total of just 33 points!
The Crows have won five league games in a row which had put them in sixth position of the Evo Stik Southern League Central Division just two points off a play-off place. They travel to third placed Bedworth United on Saturday who have only lost three of their twelve league home games.
Bottom of the Ryman Division One (North) and without a win in eleven games it looks like the Ramblers will return to the Essex Senior League after just one season at the step 4 level of non-league football.
Rooted to the foot of the Hertsavers Senior County Leauge Premier Division Lemsford have lost their last ten games in league and cup. Their last four results have been 0-8, 1-5, 0-4 and 2-7 losses.