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  1. Over 100 photographs from Dunstable Town v Slough Town at Creasey Park, in a 2015/2016 Evo Stik Southern League Premier Division fixture on 24 November 2015, Slough disappointingly won 3-1 after Dunstable Town led at the interval through a Connor Calcutt fifteen minute strike following a precision pass from Victor Osobu: https://sloughtownfc.net/reports/4990
  2. Over 100 photographs from Slough Town v Dunstable Town in a 2015/2016 Evo-Stik Southern League Premier Division fixture on 5 March 2016, Slough Town won 1-0 with a late penalty after Dunstable Town's David Longe-King had needlessly hauled an attacker to the ground in the box following a free kick however had keeper Jamie Head stood his ground firmly he may well have stopped the spot kick: https://sloughtownfc.net/reports/5014
  3. YouTube second half highlights from Crawley Green v London Tigers, on Saturday 22 September 2018 in a SSML Premier Division fixture, which London Tigers surprisingly won 3-2 on their way to relegation that 2018/19 campaign, finishing bottom:
  4. The FA Council hasn't as yet ratified the National League's resolution to decide the season by point per game (ppg) and hold play offs, what is taking them so long, it is however expected they will shortly nod through the motion and play offs will take place as planned: https://www.thenonleaguefootballpaper.com/latest-news/31003/national-league-north-and-south-play-off-dates-confirmed/?utm_medium=onesignal&utm_source=push_notifications&utm_campaign=web_push
  5. YouTube action from Sun Sports Reserves v Bovingdon Reserves in the Hertfordshire Senior County League Division One, on 17 February 2018 at Bellmountwood Avenue in a 1-1 stalemate, Bovingdon Reserves won Division One by nine points that 2017/18 season with the First Team winning the Premier Division Championship and being promoted to Division Two of the SSML:
  6. Some links for interest when anoraks have visited Rayners Lane in the past: http://pieandmushypeas.blogspot.com/1991/05/rayners-lane-fc.html http://footygrounds.blogspot.com/2014/07/rayners-lane-tithe-farm.html https://nlbpt.blogspot.com/search/label/Rayners Lane FC https://thetravellingfan.blogspot.com/2013/09/rayners-lane-vs-wokingham-emmbrook.html https://hoppysnaps.blogspot.com/2011/05/rayners-lane.html
  7. What became of disgraced player Alfie Barker who Baldock Town controversially took back in September 2017 after his seven month ban from football by the FA, he did repay Baldock Town handsomely for their brave decision with eighteen goals in thirty league appearances that 2017/18 season helping them to second place in SSML Division One behind Southall and promotion. Barker stayed at the Club for part of the following 2018/19 campaign in the Premier Division before moving to Stotfold and then I believe to London Tigers: https://www.thenonleaguefootballpaper.com/latest-news/20362/baldock-town-says-youngster-deserves-second-chance-after-fa-ban/ https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/41332722 https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/sportsnews/article-4086704/Bournemouth-report-abusive-Tweets-sent-Harry-Arter-non-League-footballer-taunting-death-child.html
  8. Two links from when anoraks have visited Green Lane in the past, the last one however is of Bovingdon Reserves v Buntingford Town Reserves in the Cecil Hudson Cup Final, played at Ware FC on Tuesday 28 April 2015, which Bovingdon Reserves won 2-1 with two goals from Tommy Gray: https://thecoldend.blogspot.com/2018/08/bovvy-3-0-win-seals-bank-holiday-local.html https://footygrounds.blogspot.com/2016/05/bovingdon-fc-green-lane.html http://thecoldend.blogspot.com/2015/05/cup-glory-for-bovingdon-reserves.html
  9. Yes, a nice article in the Hertfordshire Comet about Rob Bates arrival however the question everybody is asking is why did Rob Verdia leave Hitchin Road so soon and following Adam Fisher's departure as he was only welcomed to the Club with open arms on 10 June. I wonder whether Rob (Verdia) will now return to Forde Park as he is very much like a homing pigeon where his beloved Langford are concerned, coincidentally Rob Verdia took over the reins from Rob Bates when he left Langford shortly after the start of the 2017/18 campaign stating that 'the commitment shown by the management team wasn’t always matched by the players', this followed a poor start to the season including a 9-1 home defeat to Hadley in the FA Cup and a 6-1 league defeat to Broadfields United at Forde Park: https://www.thecomet.net/sport/football/rob-bates-new-baldock-town-manager-1-6721224 https://nonleague.pitchero.com/headlines/langford-management-team-leave/
  10. YouTube action and a match report from Bovingdon v Sun Sports Reserves in an Aubrey Cup Quarter Final tie on Saturday 10 March 2018, due to Green Lane being flooded the venue was changed to the 3G pitch at Parmiters School in Watford, Bovingdon won 5-0 with goals from Lewis Pritchard, Jack Maynard, Ed Canham, Courtney Massay and Will Summerfield. Bovingdon were still a Hertfordshire Senior County League Premier Division side in 2017/18 gaining promotion to the SSML Division that season and winning it at the first time of asking in 2018/19 by four points from Old Bradwell United losing just two league games all season, 1-0 at Abbey Road and 2-1 at Aston Clinton: https://www.watfordobserver.co.uk/sport/16087067.bovingdon-into-aubrey-cup-semi-finals-after-sun-sports-win/
  11. Another YouTube insight into the Club and covering a pre-season friendly with Hemel Hempstead Town on Saturday 7 July 2018 which Hemel Hempstead Town won 7-0:
  12. I believe this YouTube video has been posted before on another thread but a great insight into the Club and Green Lane:
  13. Been meaning to start a thread on the Green Lane Club for a while and nice to see they are open for business again tomorrow:
  14. I believe this is on the Mursley United thread however over 100 photographs from Mursley United v Grendon Rangers at the end of the 2018/19 campaign, in a SSML Division 2 fixture on 6 April 2019, which Mursley United won 4-2, both teams finished with ten men due to some over zealous refereeing in what was a competitive but never dirty local derby at Station Road:
  15. I see that high profile UEFA 'A' Licensed Coach Krasimir Korsachki has joined Arlesey Town to work closely with Chico Ramos as well as with Arlesey Town Youth who are separately run. Krasimir has previously been involved with youth football at various ages and the Pro Touch Soccer Academy (PTSA) working in partnership with many professional Club's as well as the Premier League Kicks programme, he took a team to Denmark to compete in the Dana Cup which some SSML Club's have done previously, and won in the case of Royston Town under Paul Attfield. Krasimir has also been with Tunbridge Wells Foresters FC working closely with the Kent Football Academy, Charlton Athletic Community Trust and Ladies team, the West Ham Academy, Walthamstow and Ryan FC, he is very well contacted.
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