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League Projections

By harrowred (RedHarrow)1/5 09:14Sun May 1 09:14:01 2022

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Current projections (with league positions predicting playoff winners), has us losing Taunton, Hayes, Merthyr, Wimborne and gaining Bracknell, Plymouth Parkway, Chertsey and Winchester City.

Hanwell could be instead of Chertsey and Bristol Manor Farm could be instead of Winchester.

Does anybody have any preferences. Plymouth is another long trip. Chertsey and Hanwell are of very similar stature in recent seasons. Hanwell is obviously closer. Winchester is closer than BMF and I think we beat them a couple of seasons ago in the FA Cup.

Nobody drops down from above into our division with Billericay dropping to the Isthmian.

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Re: League Projections

By geemickey1/5 09:44Sun May 1 09:44:58 2022In response to League ProjectionsTop of thread

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Farnborough may beat Hayes & Yeading, which would suit travelling HB fans.

I've wondered whether Hendon could be moved back to the Isthmian, with Kingstonian coming to the Southern ?
I can't see that any other inter-league switches are likely.

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Re: League Projections

By geemickey1/5 18:31Sun May 1 18:31:39 2022In response to Re: League ProjectionsTop of thread

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I see Hanwell beat Chertsey 1-3 this afternoon, with a crowd of over 1,700, so good news for the travelling faithful !

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Re: League Projections

By Fol-De-Rol1/5 11:07Sun May 1 11:07:30 2022In response to Re: League ProjectionsTop of thread

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Kingstonian have left Tolworth and will be playing home games at Tooting next season.

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Re: League Projections

By Middx Wanderer2/5 17:44Mon May 2 17:44:38 2022In response to Re: League ProjectionsTop of thread

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Farnborough beat Hsyes to go up to the National South.
Winchester City won the South division play off so are promoted along with Hanwell, Plymouth Parkway & Bracknell

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Re: League Projections

By harrowred (RedHarrow)2/5 18:14Mon May 2 18:14:54 2022In response to Re: League ProjectionsTop of thread

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Farnborough, Taunton, Merthyr and Wimborne being replaced more than likely by Hanwell, Winchester, Bracknell and Plymouth is definitely a win for us in terms of mileage.

Bracknell are splashing the cash so could be a strong team. Is it me or have Hanwell had the upper hand on us in friendlies/cup games.

Plymouth and Winchester will be interesting trips. Looking forward to the season already.

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Re: League Projections

By harrowred (RedHarrow)5/5 15:27Thu May 5 15:27:35 2022In response to Re: League ProjectionsTop of thread

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Bracknell already seem to be splashing the cash, signing arguably the best keeper in their league from Marlow, and former Boro defender Adam Richards from Marlow too.

Interesting nugget from that league too is that Uxbridge are full of former Boro players. They include Joshua Andrew, Ryan Haugh, Juwon Akintunde, Babs Jarra, Kensley Maloney and Victor Osobu. Sam Shaw, son of former Harrow played Jason Shaw also plays for them.

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Re: League Projections

By The Majors Hat5/5 17:05Thu May 5 17:05:14 2022In response to Re: League ProjectionsTop of thread

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Not sure I'd want any of our ex players back from Uxbridge tbh.
Have Bracknell got their money from selling their old ground?
I know they have magpied at Sandhurst.

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Re: League Projections

By geemickey2/5 18:34Mon May 2 18:34:16 2022In response to Re: League ProjectionsTop of thread

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Bracknell and Hanwell may be switched from Isthmian to Southern Lge, so Hendon and Harrow Borough could end up back in the Isthmian next season.

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Re: League Projections

By cappers2/5 21:32Mon May 2 21:32:27 2022In response to Re: League ProjectionsTop of thread

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There's no reason why we would move back to the Isthmian. As has already been mentioned on here, Farnborough, Taunton, Merthyr and Wimborne will be replaced by Hanwell, Plymouth Parkway, Winchester and Bracknell. North Leigh were promoted to step 3 today. They are westerly enough to be in the Southern South but probably too northern.

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Re: League Projections

By cappers2/5 21:32Mon May 2 21:32:19 2022In response to Re: League ProjectionsTop of thread

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There's no reason why we would move back to the Isthmian. As has already been mentioned on here, Farnborough, Taunton, Merthyr and Wimborne will be replaced by Hanwell, Plymouth Parkway, Winchester and Bracknell. North Leigh were promoted to step 3 today. They are westerly enough to be in the Southern South but probably too northern.

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Re: League Projections

By Earlsmead part-timer2/5 22:04Mon May 2 22:04:46 2022In response to Re: League ProjectionsTop of thread

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I'd be happy with that Cappers.

Another London club (Hanwell) nice and close and generate more money for the club.
Bracknell and Winchester not more than an hour away ,which is nothing really . The only long trip (fly in the ointment) is Plymouth .

Getting rid of Farnborough (and the nasty fans) and a long trip to Wales and Somerset is a result IMO .

Shame about Wimborne personally as it was handy for me !

Edited by Earlsmead part-timer at 22:09:21 on 2nd May 2022
Edited by Earlsmead part-timer at 22:09:48 on 2nd May 2022

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Re: League Projections

By cappers3/5 09:00Tue May 3 09:00:53 2022In response to Re: League ProjectionsTop of thread

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Yes Earlsmead part-timer, it would definitely be good news for Harrow from a mileage point of view. I haven't worked it out but it's clear that our mileage would be reduced by quite a bit. A new Middlesex derby against Hanwell and Bracknell is relatively local as well. Winchester would be a good day out for the fans and well throw in Plymouth just for good measure!

Regarding Farnborough, I saw on the stream yesterday they had problems with their fans at full time goading the Hayes fans. I seem to remember as well, Terry going to an away match at Farnborough and then moaning about their fans on this forum, unless I'm confusing Farnborough with another team. So yeah, glad they've gone.

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Re: League Projections

By geemickey2/5 22:48Mon May 2 22:48:30 2022In response to Re: League ProjectionsTop of thread

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Bracknell and Hanwell are currently Isthmian clubs so, without inter-league transfers, surely they would become Isthmian Premier Div clubs next season ?

Geographically, they fit better in the Southern Lge and may end up there so I still think Hendon and Borough may be switched. Kings Langley could also be transferred, which would be a shame, as they are local.
We'll just have to wait and see.

Edited by geemickey at 22:51:40 on 2nd May 2022

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Re: League Projections

By cappers3/5 06:10Tue May 3 06:10:50 2022In response to Re: League ProjectionsTop of thread

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Geemickey, there are three Isthmian divisions at step 4 but only two Southern league divisions. Basically the Southern South div 1 and Isthmian south central feed in to the Southern South Prem. I can't see how we would be moved over unless major changes are made. Geemickey, who would replace Harrow, Hendon and Kings Langley in the Southern South? Hanwell and Bracknell are just filling the vacancies.

Edited by cappers at 06:13:49 on 3rd May 2022

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Re: League Projections

By geemickey3/5 08:47Tue May 3 08:47:00 2022In response to Re: League ProjectionsTop of thread

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I hope you're right Cappers - I prefer Borough in the Southern Lge and gaining Hanwell and keeping Hayes is good news for travelling fans. I hope no-one comes up with the idea of shunting Chesham Utd elsewhere !

There's some suggestion that Bognor Regis Town could get moved across, which is possible.

Let's not forget the Worcester City incident - shuffling of clubs a long way away sometimes impacts upon Southern & Isthmian leagues. We also don't yet know about any clubs requesting relegation or refusing promotion ( I suspect North Leigh may yet regret their play-off good luck !)

All will be revealed soon.

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Re: League Projections

By Fol-De-Rol3/5 07:35Tue May 3 07:35:30 2022In response to Re: League ProjectionsTop of thread

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The only way Harrow & Hendon could go back to the Isthmian would be via a major boundary shift. With the play-offs going the way they did, the Isthmian Premier looks set in stone for next season.

Either Bishops Stortford & Potters Bar or Bognor Regis & Horsham would have to transfer to the Southern League in order to make way for Harrow & Hendon.

Even with Worthing going up, it's hard to see how the League Allocations Committee would believe splitting Sussex would be a good idea. The Hertfordshire pair being moved is less unlikely, but would still seem to be tinkering for tinkering's sake. Unless some of those on the League Allocations Committee work for traffic departments at local councils, I can't see why they'd do that.

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Re: League Projections

By harrowred (RedHarrow)3/5 20:39Tue May 3 20:39:04 2022In response to Re: League ProjectionsTop of thread

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Al thought not officially set in stone, I think the teams originally mentioned will be the ones which join the league.

448 miles for Taunton, Farnborough, Merthyr and Wimborne

317 for Hanwell, Bracknell, Winchester and Plymouth. 212 of that is the trip to Plymouth so fair to say it saves a decent chunk

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