It is with regret the League announce that Enfield FC have been suspended from the League and are unable to take part in the business of the League. The reason for this is the Club were given until 5pm on Monday 11 August to deal with three outstanding matters, namely the payment of monies due to the League, the submission of the membership application form to the League and the resolution of a dispute with Boreham Wood FC with whom they had a ground share agreement. The Club made a payment to the League bank account on Monday but this payment has still not cleared. The membership form has been received now but the dispute with Boreham Wood FC has not been resolved. Assuming the payment received does clear on Monday 18 August the matter which remains outstanding is as to where Enfield FC will play their home games this season. The Club had a ground share agreement with Boreham Wood FC approved by the Board of the League at its meeting in March 2003 as required by League Rules but failed to make a payment due under the agreement and have still not made that payment; as a result of this Boreham Wood have served notice purporting to terminate the agreement and at the present time Enfield FC do not have a ground on which to play their matches. The Club has been advised to resolve its dispute with Boreham Wood FC and until this happens the suspension is unlikely to be withdrawn. The first match of the season away to Barking & East Ham United and the first home game against Uxbridge have been postponed and on Monday 18 August, if the matter has still not been resolved the matches due to be played on 23 August and 25 August will also be postponed.