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read the thread on the Soouth Midlands League site it applies to this league as well

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I hear that Barking now have a bar anyone been in it?

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it would be interesting if a re-grading was completed of the ryman league 1 grounds to see if they are still up to standard. I can think of a couple that would struggle.


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How Waltham Abbey is Ryman Premier standard is beyond me.

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Waltham abbey is a dive it makes s mockery of the rules that teams at this level have to spend loads in there grounds to get promoted yet there r teams that there ground ant up to our standard let alone ryman


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How Waltham Abbey is Ryman Premier standard is beyond me.
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there are a couyple of others as well,
from a health and safety aspect with bricks, and scaffold poles all over the place if someone falls over and breaks something - god help some clubs with the legal battle they would have on their hands.





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