Wednesday, 25 January 2017


The harsh frost in the South-East area caused most games to be postponed last night and then some of the fixtures which did survive were abandoned through thick fog which starting to come down as kick off time was approaching. 

Hendon, involved in the fight for relegation in the Ryman Premier Division, will be cursing their luck as they were 2-0 up versus big spending Billericay Town when the game was stopped short after 35 minutes. 

Foggy conditions at Silver Jubilee Park last night - courtesy of @BryanRoberts72   

Two other games were played in the Ryman Premier. Harlow Town continued their impressive home form with a 3-1 win against Met Police with transfer listed Alex Read scoring his 150th and 151st goals for The Hawks - Junior Dadson scored the other with Roman Michael-Percil scoring for The Met. 

Wingate and Finchley will be pleased their game got the go ahead as they achieved probably one of their best results of the season so far in beating Leiston 1-0 courtesy of a Steve Wales goal in the 77th minute. It was only the Suffolk side's fifth league defeat of the season. 

Another club to benefit from a 3G pitch are Brimsdown who are currently sharing with Haringey Borough. They lost 1-4 to Hellenic League Division One (East) side Rayners Lane in the Middlesex Charity Cup. 

Leatherhead's Ryman Premier home game against AFC Sudbury scheduled for tonight has already been called off so the focus now moves on to the weekend games when hopefully the weather will have warmed up a little. 

SATURDAY 28th JANUARY 2017 fixturesAFC Sudbury v Merstham 
Billericay Town v Staines Town 
Bognor Regis Town v Grays Athletic 
Enfield Town v Burgess Hill Town 
Folkestone Invicta v Havant & Waterlooville 
Harlow Town v Worthing 
Hendon v Wingate & Finchley 
Leatherhead v Canvey Island 
Leiston v Dulwich Hamlet 
Metropolitan Police v Harrow Borough 
Needham Market v Kingstonian 
Tonbridge Angels v Lowestoft Town

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