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Tel

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    Tel reacted to Rob Healy in Season 2021-22 Constitution Announced   
    The FA have just announced the constitution for Steps 5 & 6 in what has been the biggest shake-up in years. 

    The Cherry Red Records Combined Counties Football League has gained a second Step 5 division and a number of clubs have moved leagues. 
     
    More details Here mainly about Div 1 but with the full constitution. 

     



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    Tel got a reaction from Chris Clapham in Colliers Wood United FC   
    Well done to all involved, I will endeavour to make another visit when things get started again
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    Tel got a reaction from Rob Healy in FA Vase 2nd Round Draw (CCL Clubs)   
    I had two bites of the (cherry) FA VASE Saturday saw Bedfont / Feltham beat Colliers Wood and Sunday saw Southall with 10 men go 3-4 down in the 90th only to equalise in the 97th. 4-4 AET
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    Tel got a reaction from Stephen Southall in FA Vase 2nd Round Draw (CCL Clubs)   
    I had two bites of the (cherry) FA VASE Saturday saw Bedfont / Feltham beat Colliers Wood and Sunday saw Southall with 10 men go 3-4 down in the 90th only to equalise in the 97th. 4-4 AET
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    Tel got a reaction from Rob Healy in Two games at the Orchard BEDFONT 12 October   
    If the Deportivo v Cove fixture next door at BEDFONT Sports could be moved to 17:00 three games in one day
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    Tel got a reaction from Rob Healy in Combined Counties teams that produce a paper programme   
    Rob, your team sheet(plus) as I call it for the AFC HAYES was more than adequate.
    All teams that do e- Programmes could produce this.
    i know it was given away
    Even charge 50p no one would mind. Although there are some grumpy old sods out there.              Cover costs
    WELL DONE


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    Tel reacted to Burger! in Combined Counties teams that produce a paper programme   
    Redhill print programmes in-house, its very cost effective, the front cover is full glossy  card 180gsm we get for £8 per 100 sheets delivered, 2500 sheets of Canon red label cost £20, 4 sets of cartriges for Epson workforce printer is £12 on ebay.  Its difficlult to cost the ink per 50 copy run but its not two full sets.  We have a folder machine but I prefer to do it myself, it gets crisper folds and I can do the lot and staple in 45 minutes.
    In house means I can update at the last minute on a friday night, so no holiday closures to worry about.
    We have match reporters for 3 teams.  "Senior Lobster" provides an excelent quiz and  two articles that are an entertaining read.
    Biggest isues I have is not recieving info from visiting clubs before our cut off point for printing,  Club History, squad list, management etc, so time is taken hunting on club websites and even then stuffs missing or out of date,  l wish the CCL would make it a requirement for all clubs to have a document on the CCL website for programme editors to use, perhaps there is but I've not seen it!
    Tuesday Night games are a pain finding the time but thankfully this season we don't have many.
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    Tel got a reaction from Rob Healy in Combined Counties teams that produce a paper programme   
    I took it as being a hard copy, sorry I suggested it was a real programme. Not an
    e-programme.
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    Tel got a reaction from Rob Healy in 9th & 10th August Fixtures   
    BA v COVE for me. Programme OAP entrance fee plus a couple of pints £10. 
    Discounted drinks for members, BEDFONT & FELTHAM membership £20 per year, one payment for life for OAP’s. 
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    Tel got a reaction from Krooner in Midweek 5th-8th April Match Thread   
    not necessary better, but got all the big calls rite.......I hope your up and under football gets you promotion. I can be sarcastic too!
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    Tel reacted to Jeff Hamnett AKA TSF in Midweek 22nd-25th Match Thread   
    yes Beano, I didn't look at page two.  Sorry to all and Doughie. 
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    Tel got a reaction from Green_Fingers in Saturday 2nd January Match Thread   
    it seems the attendance was 220, excellent for a very wet day. I'm told the pitch stood up well. Congratulations to the grounds men again.
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    Tel got a reaction from Daniel Bishop in Saturday 2nd January Match Thread   
    it seems the attendance was 220, excellent for a very wet day. I'm told the pitch stood up well. Congratulations to the grounds men again.
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    Tel got a reaction from Footy Mad in Saturday 2nd January Match Thread   
    it seems the attendance was 220, excellent for a very wet day. I'm told the pitch stood up well. Congratulations to the grounds men again.
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    Tel got a reaction from Smudge in Saturday 2nd January Match Thread   
    it seems the attendance was 220, excellent for a very wet day. I'm told the pitch stood up well. Congratulations to the grounds men again.
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    Tel got a reaction from Krooner in Saturday 2nd January Match Thread   
    it seems the attendance was 220, excellent for a very wet day. I'm told the pitch stood up well. Congratulations to the grounds men again.
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    Tel reacted to Krooner in Saturday 2nd January Match Thread   
    Was very worried for a second then worked it out
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    Tel got a reaction from Briggers in Saturday 10th October - Match Thread   
    Duncs, you've hit the nail on the head, your quote about the CCL being a very good league with limited travel seems what most clubs with a tight budget needs. I for one would not like going to level 4 and be put in the Southern S W league. Clubs like Cambo and H W must be in with a shot of going that way.
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    Tel got a reaction from johnnojudo in Saturday 10th October - Match Thread   
    Duncs, you've hit the nail on the head, your quote about the CCL being a very good league with limited travel seems what most clubs with a tight budget needs. I for one would not like going to level 4 and be put in the Southern S W league. Clubs like Cambo and H W must be in with a shot of going that way.
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    Tel got a reaction from Footy Mad in Saturday 10th October - Match Thread   
    Duncs, you've hit the nail on the head, your quote about the CCL being a very good league with limited travel seems what most clubs with a tight budget needs. I for one would not like going to level 4 and be put in the Southern S W league. Clubs like Cambo and H W must be in with a shot of going that way.
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    Tel got a reaction from Bronco in Sat 3rd/Sun 4th Matches   
    Duncs it could have been frostbite for the first game in August!
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    Tel reacted to Smudge in Hartley fa cup   
    Hartley 1-0 winners
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    Tel got a reaction from fatboyatmfc in Tuesday 11th August   
    Tuesday 11/8/15 results
    Premier Division
     
    0 1 AFC Hayes v Hanworth Villa
    4 7 Badshot Lea v Hartley Wintney
    0 2 Chessington & Hook United v Ashford Town (Middx) (Samad,Bitmead)
    0 2 Cove v Westfield
    2 1 Horley Town v Knaphill
    0 1 Redhill v Epsom & Ewell
    1 3 Spelthorne Sports v Camberley Town
    1 1 Windsor v Bedfont Sports
     
    Division One
     
    1 0 CB Hounslow United v Shearwater
    3 0 Cobham v Dorking Wanderers Res
    2 2 Sandhurst Town v Abbey Rangers
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    Tel got a reaction from E&E Rich in Step 4 Farce Continues   
    Promotion at all levels is what football is about and most clubs can call what league they will end up in. The clubs on the edge of each region must realise they can and do get directed to a league not ideal to them. As was mentioned teams from Kent/ Sussex area are likely to go Ryman while Surrey/ Hampshire/ Buckinghamshire are as likely to go Southern SW rather than Central.
     
    Now cost can spirall out of hand not only player costs but travel costs too
     
    My view, level 5 is good, localalish football to a reasonable standard, a chance to progress to the later stages of the Vase and most important it seems no long distances to travel.
     
    Unless there is a sugar daddy bankrolling the club, I think most teams without a regular support of 200 which isn't many are bound to struggle.
     
    I can here you say that's logic, but teams applying for promotion must be aware!
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    Tel got a reaction from B378 in £8 for an adult to watch CCL Premier Division football?   
    TRS I didn't say Spelly charged £8 they only charged £7 I personally don't moan what I pay, as you say £6 is the norm with a quid or two extra at other grounds.
     
    I've seen ground hoppers refuse to pay before and as long as they can spend a pound and get a programme they are happy.
     
    As most teams run out of programmes if a few extra spectators arrive, I would move the programmes into the ground letting people who pay the admittance get a programme.
     
    PARK FOOTBALL FREE NO PROGRAMME NO TEA
     
    and that not adding beer to the debate!
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