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  1. Badshot Lea won this game of two teams who were unbeaten after five games before kick-off. The score at half-time was 1-1 and deservedly so, with Vale's Ethan Archer scoring a brilliant solo goal. Badshot were the stronger side in the second half and deserved their ultimate victory and will be a force to be reckoned with in the South division, but Raynes Park Vale will be no easy game and may have an outside chance at a promotion shot.
  2. In a game that looked like two challengers for Prem South beforehand, Jersey ended up easy winners. The first goal was from a free kick after a rash challenge just outside the box. The second was a quickly taken free kick by Redhill, but given straight to a Jersey player, who rode two challenges before squaring to a teammate to finish. The third was the best goal of the game. A free kick near the halfway line was played into the forward, who controlled and volleyed in. High quality finish. The fourth was perhaps harsh on Redhill, who worked hard, but struggled to really test the Jersey keeper. Jersey look like a side who will again be challenging for promotion from this division.
  3. I was hoping at some point a game of football might break out in this one, but it never did. Two sides who look destined for mid-table, with a willingness to work hard and be physical, but a lack of that real quality you need to win the league. Already, the South Division looks tougher than the North once again, and I'd be surprised if either of these sides are up there. The one goal came from a penalty, but other than a goal mouth scramble where Knaphill got plenty of bodies in the way, and a terribly fluffed one on one late on from Knaphill, there were very few decent chances, and even few tests of the goalkeepers.
  4. Twitter, Facebook and WhatsApp groups have killed a lot of forums
  5. Glad to hear you came through it!
  6. Sharing with Northwood i believe
  7. This was a competitive game on Monday. Frimley took the lead early on and their attacking trio caused Camberley problems, particularly attacking down the right, which was where the cross for the goal came from. However, Frimley gifted Camberley a breakaway goal before half-time and Camberley took the lead early in the second half and subsequently defended stoutly, reducing Frimley to shots from distance mainly. On this showing, Camberley's previous winless record was not a fair reflection of their ability and I would expect both to be mid-table. Frimley's attack will mean they have the potential to beat anyone on their day, but probably not consistently enough to challenge at the top over the whole season.
  8. Hanwell invested in drainage a few years back now and since then sorted the clubhouse out too. Every time I visit they seem to have improved it bit by bit.
  9. Closer to the club yes, but it depends where the players come from. If they come from the other side of Spelthorne, it's further for them to travel.
  10. Spelthorne needing to rebuild with a lot of players leaving due to the travel required in the new division
  11. Will give an interesting insight to next season with St Panteleimon coming into Div1 next season
  12. North: Hanworth Villa to beat Reading City South: Badshot Lea to beat Balham Div 1: London Samurai to beat London Lions
  13. Welcome - it's not the most active of forums, but new members might help give it a spark! Happy with your move?
  14. Quite Stephen. What are clubs going to do if leagues are voided and then we can play again in March? A couple of months of pointless friendlies? I'd have thought players and clubs would prefer to finish this season playing Tuesday-Saturday-Tuesday-Saturday for however long it takes and then start next season a bit later if needs be, knowing that hopefully the 2021/22 season shouldn't have the issues we've had in these last two. Maybe cup competitions can be done away with to ease the burden a little bit? Many clubs have managed to increase their fanbase in the last 6 months as fans who normally went to watch pro clubs have come down the pyramid to get their football fix and realised it's quite enjoyable. A damp squib voided season would probably see those fans head back to the EPL or EFL, but an end of season with plenty to play for might tempt them to stay permanently, which can only be good for everyone.
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