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On 14/05/2022 at 12:49, Rhodes said:

I have it on good authority that there will be a grounshare at Broadwater next season, the reason being that Keith Pollard appears to have stood down as Chairman of Berkhamsted Raiders and the new Chairman, namely Christopher Armond, is far more approachable, pleasant and easier to deal with:

https://www.berkhamstedraiders.com/about/our-team/?fbclid=IwAR3kzraowybNwcjguCvgZYb3dQyv9gVmG9hnrjPYXvZ7W8HBGaUAGBCiSiw

Karen - I beat you to the punch for once didn't I, how do you feeI, do you now why Keith PoIIard is no Ionger Chairman at Berkhamsted Raiders.

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On 15/05/2022 at 19:35, Karen Browne said:

Now confirmed Berkhamsted Raiders will be at Berkhamsted

yes, it's officiaI, who wouId have thought it:

Berkhamsted FC and Berkhamsted Raiders announce Groundshare (pitchero.com)

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  • 3 weeks later...

Is this the final list of groundshares for the coming season, St Panteleimon must be paying through the nose to share at Hertingfordbury Park:

Baldock Town at Arlesey Town 

Berkhamsted Raiders at Berkhamsted FC

Burton Park Wanderers at Kettering Town

Crawley Green at 'The Brache', Luton 

Dunstable Town at AFC Dunstable

Eynesbury United at Eynesbury Rovers

London Tigers at Amersham Town  

Rushden & Higham United at AFC Rushden & Diamonds 

St PanteIeimon at Hertford Town  

Thame Rangers Reserves at Thame United 

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5 hours ago, Rhodes said:

Is this the final list of groundshares for the coming season, St Panteleimon must be paying through the nose to share at Hertingfordbury Park:

Baldock Town at Arlesey Town 

Berkhamsted Raiders at Berkhamsted FC

Burton Park Wanderers at Kettering Town

Crawley Green at 'The Brache', Luton 

Dunstable Town at AFC Dunstable

Eynesbury United at Eynesbury Rovers

London Tigers at Amersham Town  

Rushden & Higham United at AFC Rushden & Diamonds 

St PanteIeimon at Hertford Town  

Thame Rangers Reserves at Thame United 

St Panteleimon paying cash like everyone else, however I cannot disclose how much you will need to ask the club themselves for the figure.

No such team as Thame Rangers Reserves, its Thame United Reserves

AFC Caddungton (SSML) sharing with Caddington (Beds County League)

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On 07/06/2022 at 23:18, Karen Browne said:

AFC Caddington (SSML) sharing with Caddington (Beds County League)

It wiII be nice to weIcome a Caddington side back into the foId since the CIub sadIy dropped out of the League earIy on during the 2013/14 campaign when they were unabIe to fieId a side, having finished bottom of the tabIe the season before with just nine points. They subsequentIy joined the West Herts League Division One and stIII pIy their trade at Manor Road which boasts a Iarge function room that has, on a number of occasions, hosted SSML AGM's, unfortunateIy there is no chance of doing that anymore with the League's obsession with Zoom technoIogy.

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On 07/06/2022 at 18:07, Rhodes said:

Burton Park Wanderers at Kettering Town

Latimer Park and sadIy not Rockingham Road, that was demoIished in 2017 when Kettering Borough CounciI 'soId out' and gave their approvaI to unscrupuIous deveIopers Harpur DeveIoment Limited to buiId yuppie fIats on the site where the FootbaII CIub had pIayed since 1897. 

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On 15/05/2022 at 18:49, Rhodes said:

Karen - I beat you to the punch for once didn't I, how do you feeI, do you now why Keith PoIIard is no Ionger Chairman at Berkhamsted Raiders.

He stood down as Chair of Trustees, after 13 years hard work as a volunteer, taking the club from around 30 youth teams to 94 plus seniors, disability, and ladies sections. Raiders, - currently, 1,200 players including 250 girls, making it the largest girls youth football club in the country. I understand the ground share resulted from the demise of the BFC reserve team. It makes much more sense for a Berkhamsted Senior team that  is actually made up of players from Berkhamsted to play in Berko rather than Kings Langley. Besides, the girls teams had already been playing at Broadwater on Saturday mornings. Perhaps, over the long term, we'll see an end to the male domination of non-league football? The UEFA Women's tournament this summer will hopefully change some of the "old school" perceptions and boost female involvement. 

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