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Midweek Results - Oct 26/27/28

Discussion in 'Non-League Football' started by Hants Pilgrim, Oct 25, 2020.

  1. Hants Pilgrim

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    Monday October 26th

    FA Cup, Fourth Qualifying Round

    Bishop's Stortford 2-0 St Albans City

    Tuesday October 27th

    National League

    Aldershot Town 1-4 Torquay United
    Boreham Wood 1-0 Woking
    Bromley 3-2 Weymouth
    Dover Athletic 3-2 Eastleigh
    Hartlepool United 1-1 Altrincham
    King's Lynn Town 2-3 Wealdstone
    Maidenhead United 2-1 Dagenham & Redbridge
    Stockport County 0-0 Solihull Moors
    Wrexham 0-0 Barnet
    Yeovil Town 1-2 Sutton United

    National League North

    Boston United 1-1 Guiseley
    Chester 2-1 Curzon Ashton
    Hereford 0-2 Bradford Park Avenue

    National League South

    Chippenham Town 1-2 Dartford
    Hampton & Richmond Borough 1-2 Eastbourne Borough

    Wednesday October 28th

    National League North

    AFC Fylde 3-2 Kettering Town
     
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  2. Soup Ladle

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    More home points spurned from us.

    Only so far the silky build up play gets you if you constantly shit yourselves in front of goal.

    Alty full value for the point. Only a brilliant penalty save in the 93rd minute stopped them taking an unlikely 3 points.
     
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  3. Habbinalan

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    Lifted from the L2 thread...

    Luke Chadwick made yet another debut last night, for St Neots FC in a 4-1 Southern league Div 1 win over Biggleswade.

    They are being turned into a U's B Team, so I'll have to keep my head down on this B Team Boycott lark. Manager is our Coach, Barry Corr, and he has at least half a dozen of our youth/scholars on loan under his wing on "work experience" ( including Luke's son Louis, a goalkeeper) along with a few youngsters released by us.

    350 enjoyed a decent match and a few beers.
     
  4. Mr Sheen

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    Wealdstone in the play-offs. Just gutted we cant get to games. The place would be rocking.

    Just the 29 goals in 6 matches too :laugh:
     
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    Don't ask me why but thought Wealdstone would hold their own. Can't see a top 7 finish but should be clear of danger.
     
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  6. Super_horns

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    Herts promotion double with Boreham Wood..!?
     
  7. Soup Ladle

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    No sorry can't have Boreham Wood in the Football League. At least Wealdstone have some fans, don't rip other clubs off and rant about Brexit on their official website.
     
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    Super_horns WATFORD Till I Die
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    Yes - they would set a new low for smallest home support at a league game that is for certain!
     
  9. Soup Ladle

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    Even if you put them in the Watford & District pantyhose over-70s league they'd still set a record low crowd.
     
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    Stones aren't Hertfordshire, but very close in fairness.
     
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    Yeah, I think it will still be tricky with the defence but there are so many goalscorers in team which should see us through. Think 9 different scorers so far. Left back has already scored 2 wonder goals!

    Mid table I think. I just pray by next season fans can attend. Whilst I still count myself as a Watford fan I've gone to far more stones games over the last 2 years and really enjoyed it. Some cracking away days in this league.
     
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    The league is far too southern for us. Sure it's brilliant for London or home county clubs though.

    Our 'derby' game over Christmas/New Year that the NL love to arrange is ****ing Halifax and that is 100 miles away. Hope we get back to L2 this year as that is a very good Northern division.
     
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    :laugh:

    Yes some brilliant away days down here. You have Torquay at home this weekend, says it all about this league!
     
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