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League companions next season

By harrowred (harrowborofcadmin)14/5 11:44Tue May 14 11:44:35 2019

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So we have definitely lost;

Staines
Basingstoke
Frome
Weymouth.

According to early projections online we are also likely to lose Hendon to the Isthmian and gain;

Hayes & Yeading
Blackfield & Langley
Yate Town
Weston Super Mare
Truro.

In terms of travel, hayes replace Staines and yate replace from whilst blackfield and langley replace weymouth keeping it quite similar. However as we also lose Basingstoke and Hendon and gain trips to Truro and Weston it'll be a bit longer in terms of mileage this season.

Let's hope we get two home draws in the fa cup/trophy to start with.

Anybody heard any different with regards to who will be in our league next season?

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Re: League companions next season

By Middx Wanderer8/6 15:46Sat Jun 8 15:46:20 2019In response to League companions next seasonTop of thread

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The National League have relegated Gateshead for breaking financial rules. Aldershot have been given a reprieve, but their place in the National South has been taken by Oxford City, so no reprieve for for Truro.

Start making your plans for a short break in Cornwall some time soon!

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/48567217

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Re: League companions next season

By Terry9/6 00:25Sun Jun 9 00:25:36 2019In response to Re: League companions next seasonTop of thread

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Good News about Gateshead then if they arent prepared to play by the rules financially they deserve a relegation.
As for Aldershot potentially a League Club with a big fan base someone needs to get their act together there.
Truro another club who spent beyond their means in the past to try to buy success.
As fellow Celts the Cornish l dont want get stuck into them too much but this whole issue League boundaries etc is just a joke.
I can remember in the old days there used to be a Western League with the Likes of Thatcham Town etc.
Im personally missing the Isthmian League if lm honest.
Last season was an adventure going to exotic places Like Hartley Whitney Gosport and Dorchester but l wonder what sort of effect all these trips have an effect on Boros finances.

Edited by Terry at 00:26:43 on 9th June 2019

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Re: League companions next season

By cappers14/5 11:56Tue May 14 11:56:37 2019In response to League companions next seasonTop of thread

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There were some rumours about Gateshead dropping down the pyramid because of financial problems. That would mean Truro stay in National South and Basingstoke stay in our division.

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Re: League companions next season

By geemickey14/5 12:24Tue May 14 12:24:11 2019In response to Re: League companions next seasonTop of thread

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There are rumours that Ebbsfleet may be seeking demotion - and, with any luck, Truro will somehow stay in the National Lge, sparing clubs like Chesham & Harrow expensive long trips.

It'll be a pity if we lose Hendon back to the Isthmian.

In my opinion, last season (18/19) the Southern Lge was very weak, partly through the creation of the Southern Premier Central division, having previously lost Hereford, Slough, Kings Lynn & Kettering but will be even weaker next season with Weymouth winning promotion.

It looks as though there will be no 'big' clubs coming down for next season so that could be the best opportunity in years to reach the National South. I expect Salisbury will start as favourites but don't be surprised if Chesham and Harrow Borough are challenging for the playoffs, along with Hayes & Yeading perhaps.

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Re: League companions next season

By Terry14/5 13:09Tue May 14 13:09:35 2019In response to Re: League companions next seasonTop of thread

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Well Western Super Mare is a great town which l visited once and friendly people down there in Somerset.
We will have a good chance again to but lm hoping Steve Baker can address some issues to make that happen.
A proven Leader to be vocal and demand more in the games that matter.
Someone who can throw the ball Long and vitally some tougher players in midfield who can mix it when the chips are down.
Its Looks wide open and l would think we would be something Like 10/1 in the betting.

Edited by Terry at 13:10:22 on 14th May 2019

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Re: League companions next season

By harrowred (harrowborofcadmin)15/5 08:53Wed May 15 08:53:49 2019In response to Re: League companions next seasonTop of thread

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Looks like we won't have to wait for very long. The non league paper will be publishing the leagues on Sunday in their paper.

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Re: League companions next season

By Terry15/5 08:58Wed May 15 08:58:03 2019In response to Re: League companions next seasonTop of thread

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Great news to be honest l wish we were back in the Isthmian.
But we had some trips away Last year so either way would ok.

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Re: League companions next season CONFIRMED

By harrowred (harrowborofcadmin)19/5 10:05Sun May 19 10:05:16 2019In response to Re: League companions next seasonTop of thread

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Hendon survive with Kings Langley instead moving to the Southern Premier Central.

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Re: Southern League Prem South next season

By Middx Wanderer19/5 11:53Sun May 19 11:53:53 2019In response to Re: League companions next season CONFIRMEDTop of thread

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note, this is still the provisional allocations from the FA

Beaconsfield Town
Blackfield & Langley
Chesham United
Dorchester Town
Farnborough
Gosport Borough
Harrow Borough
Hartley Wintney
Hayes & Yeading
Hendon
Metropolitan Police
Merthyr Town
Poole Town
Salisbury
Swindon Supermarine
Taunton Town
Tiverton Town
Truro City
Walton Casuals
Western Super Mare
Wimborne Town
Yate Town

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Re: Southern League Prem South next season

By cappers19/5 12:47Sun May 19 12:47:26 2019In response to Re: Southern League Prem South next season Top of thread

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Disappointing to lose Kings Langley as it's only up the road but at least we keep Hendon.

As I understand, if a team folds like last season. I'm doing this from memory. Was it a team called Aqauforce Shaw Lane or something silly like that then this season that league would run one team short rather than reorganising the whole pyramid.

So the playoffs go back to normal this season and only one team gets relegated. Can someone confirm that's the case?

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Re: Southern League Prem South next season

By Middx Wanderer21/5 10:55Tue May 21 10:55:16 2019In response to Re: Southern League Prem South next season Top of thread

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Two down plus 2 x 3rd bottom on a ppg basis

see table at bottom of this



https://www.thenonleaguefootballpaper.com/features/26633/fa-second-phase-non-league-restructuring/

Edited by Middx Wanderer at 10:55:46 on 21st May 2019
Edited by Middx Wanderer at 10:57:08 on 21st May 2019

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