TheColdEnd saw Letchworth GC Eagles go 0-2 up at Whitwell in the Hertfordshire Senior County Premier Division only to be pegged back to 2-2 by the end of the match by the home side. No footage of the game as I had Junior Cold End with me but there are some photos below. It was another decent game from this league with a healthy crowd watching proceedings.
In the Ryman Premier Division both Hastings United and Lewes picked up vital wins against Harrow Brough and Margate which means Wingate and Finchley drop into the relegation zone along with Carshalton Athletic.
Tomorrow's game at Donkey Lane should be good as Canvey Island really need to win to keep up there outside chance of a play-off place and Enfield Town need a win to climb away from the dreaded bottom two.
RYMAN PREMIER DIVISION GAMES TOMORROW
involving the teams at the bottom of the table
Concord Rangers (4th) v Harrow Borough (17th)
- Stats say home win but could the pacey forward line from Harrow cause The Beachboys problems?
Enfield Town (15th) v Canvey Island (9th)
- 15 points seperate the two teams but Town need to win to stay away from the drop zone. Canvey could still make the play offs.
Hastings United v Hendon
- Hastings United could make it 2 wins from 2 games at home. Could they stay up?
Lewes v Leiston
- Could Lewes build on the brilliant result they had against Margate?
Lowestoft Town v Carshalton Athletic
- Stats say home win all day long but you just never know with The Robins?
Thurrock v Bognor Regis Town
- Thurrock have hit form of late. Another home win?
Wealdstone v Cray Wanderers
- Wealdstone's loss versus Bury Town has probably put them out of the title race but they should be too good for The Wands.
Wingate and Finchley v Kingstonian
- Wingate are running out of games to win to stay up. They NEED to win this one.
Coming soon on TheColdEnd will be highlights of Tuesday night's game between Bush Hill Rangers and Standon and Puckeridge when I get the time to edit them together.
WHITWELL V LETCHWORTH GC EAGLES PICTURES
|Above - The spectators and coaching staff of both sides watch from Whitwell's stand yesterday evening|