Ryman Premier Division
Current Table - Top Six Only
|1||HAMPTON & RICHMOND||45||+53||94||97|
|2||BOGNOR REGIS TOWN||45||+49||91||94|
|3||EAST THURROCK UNITED||45||+54||90||93|
With one game left to play in the Ryman Premier Division could it get any more exciting? Here's how things stand with the teams in contention for the title and play offs.
HAMPTON AND RICHMOND BOROUGH
Need a point or more from their home game with Enfield Town to secure the title. Should they lose they could be pipped by Bognor Regis Town on GD.
BOGNOR REGIS TOWN
The Rocks entertain Hendon at Nyewood Lane which has been a fortress for them this season. They have olnly lost twice and drawn three of the twenty-two league games played. They need to win and rely on Enfield Town doing them a big favour by beating Hampton & Richmond - they also need to make up a difference of four or more goals to win the championship.
EAST THURROCK UNITED
Guaranteed third place. Could still finish second if Bognor slip up against Hendon and they get a point of more in their game at Lewes.
A fourth place finish is almost certain as they are three points ahead of Dulwich Hamlet with a +5 goal difference as well. They can relax for their game at Burgess Hill Town (more about that below) knowing that they are qualified for the play-offs.
A point or more for the South London side will see them into the play-offs. They travel to Needham Market who need a win and rely on other team's results to stay out of the bottom four.
The Towners need a victory at Hampton and Richmond Borough and then hope Needham Market win against Dulwich Hamlet to qualify for the play-offs.
Ryman Premier Division
Current Table - 19th to 21st only
|20||BURGESS HILL TOWN||45||-16||49||52|
Could still finish in the bottom four if they lose their home game against Brentwood Town and Burgess Hill Town draw or win and Needham Market win their games. A victory would guarantee them a finish outside of the drop-zone.
BURGESS HILL TOWN
Wednesday night's defeat at home to Hendon made the North London side safe from relegation. The Hillians could still stay out of the bottom four if they lose against Tonbridge Angels if Needham Market lose as well. If Needham draw and they lose they will stay out of the bottom four on GD barring a 10 goal swing.
Any other result other than a win would see the Suffolk side finish in the bottom four and possibly send them back down to Division One (North). Even with a win they have to rely on either Farnborough or Burgess Hill losing.