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With Wingate & Finchley, Dorking, Tring, Corinthian-Casuals and Hertford Town all finishing within 2 points of each other, next year's championship might be very exciting. Does anyone fancy Leyton's chances?

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The new league constitution has come out today.
as this has Hertford Town & Wingate & Finchley in Division One North (as well as Slough Town!) Hertford have replaced Cheshunt and Corinthian Casuals have replaced Hungerford in Division One South.
as for Leyton i think they will gain promotion with either Tring or Hungerford (or maybe Ware although i hate to say that!)
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I think Ware's chances depend on their new manager. On recent History I shouldn't worry too much Mattd

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<small>[ 28 May 2002, 11:29 AM: This message was edited by: Zak ]</small>

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Is there any reason why Dorking will not do as well as last season?

Why didn't Dorking or Tring gain promotion?

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I think , that Dorking have a very low budget,and a club down the road in leatherhead who do seem to steal there best players.Because of this i cant see them being in the frame, neither Dorking or Tring had a 'B' grade , which is not that easy to get , as Cheshunt and Hungerford found out !

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What about AFC Wimbledon ??

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wimbledon and leyton both went up




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