Match Highlights

The Bostik League Show Ep 37: Thurrock v Hendon

On Saturday 17th February we were at Ship Lane for Bostik Premier action between Thurrock and Hendon.

Despite the confirmation of no longer existing as a club come the end of the season, Thurrock have had an unprecedented first season in the Bostik Premier, positioning higher than all the clubs which were promoted alongside them (Dorking Wanderers, Brightlingsea Regent and Tooting & Mitcham United). In their recent 5, The Fleet have had 3 defeats and 2 wins, with included putting an end to Leatherhead’s unbeaten run of 9.

As for Hendon, they have also had 2 wins in their last 5. Although, despite dropping points to Leatherhead, Folkestone Invicta and Dorking Wanderers, Gary McCann’s side remain strong contender’s for promotion. In midweek, The Dons were without their talisman and leading goal scorer, Niko Muir,  however took the lead quickly, and went on to take all 3 points from Leiston.

The following Bostik Premier League highlights also feature on this episode: Dorking Wanderers v Kingstonian, Leiston v Billericay Town, Met Police v Harrow Borough, and Dulwich Hamlet v Enfield Town.

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The Bostik League Show Ep 36: Merstham v Leiston

Following the postponement of our chosen TBLS fixture, Sittingbourne v Walton Casuals, our team took a detour to the Specsavers Stadium for Bostik Premier Division action.

The Moatsiders succumbed defeat to Staines Town to end their 3-game winning streak last weekend, and earlier in the week announced the departure of goal-scorer Ryan Hall, who scored 13 league goals under Hayden Bird. As for Leiston, they have had a mixed bag of results in their recent 3 games, with 1 win, 1 draw and 1 defeat. Last season, Matt Blake was the Blues’ out-and-out striker, however this campaign, Jake Ainsley and Christy Finch are levelling his efforts.

Earlier in the season, at Victory Road, it was the hosts who were victorious, earning 3 points after a 3-1 win over Merstham.

The following Premier Division highlights also feature on this show: Met Police v Billericay Town, Tonbridge Angels v Staines Town, Tooting & Mitcham United v Wingate & Finchley, and Hendon v Dorking Wanderers.

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The Bostik League Show Ep 35: Folkestone Invicta v Brightlingsea Regent

On Saturday 3rd February we were at the Fullicks Stadium for Bostik Premier action between Folkestone Invicta and Brightlingsea Regent. Last week, the hosts let slide a 3-goal advantage, after Hendon found the net 3 times in the final 15 minutes of the game to draw level. Brightlingsea Regent are also coming off the back of a disappointing result – last weekend two ninetieth minute goals at The Taydal Stadium, saw Dorking Wanderers bag all 3 points despite trailing twice to the Regent.

The following Premier Division highlights also feature on this show: Folkestone Invicta v Brightlingsea Regent, Staines Town v Merstham, Burgess Hill Town v Hendon, and Dulwich Hamlet v Met Police.

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The Bostik League Show Ep 34: Harrow Borough v Margate

On Saturday 27th January we were in North London’s The Roger Family Stadium for Bostik Premier action between Harrow Borough and Margate. The hosts have enjoyed two 6-pointer, back-to-back, 3-2, league wins in their last two games (v Needham Market and v Burgess Hill Town) to divert from the drop zone. As for Margate, their current form is second best in the league, and their striker Jordan Chiedozie, is a contender for this seasons golden boot, as they compete for promotion.

The following Premier Division highlights also feature on this show: Tooting & Mitcham United v Billericay Town, Brightlingsea Regent v Dorking Wanderers, Dorking Wanderers v Harlow Town, Dulwich Hamlet v Merstham and, Kingstonian v Brightlingsea Regent, Brightlingsea Regent v Dorking Wanderers, Met Police v Leiston and Tonbridge Angels v Burgess Hill Town.

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The Bostik League Show Ep 33: Wingate & Finchley v Met Police

On Saturday 20th January, we were in North London to witness Wingate & Finchley host Metropolitan Police. So far this season, Wingate have scored 35 goals, and their visitors have scored their reverse, 53 goals; to see the sides position at 7th and 10th. In their recent fixtures, both sides enjoyed victories and clean sheets, after 2-0 wins over Harlow Town and Tooting & Mitcham United.

The following Premier Division highlights also feature on this show: Dorking Wanderers v Harlow Town, Dulwich Hamlet v Merstham and, Kingstonian v Brightlingsea Regent.

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The Bostik League Show Ep 32: Enfield Town v Merstham

On Saturday 13th January our camera’s and commentary team were positioned in the main stand of the Queen Elizabeth II Stadium, for Bostik Premier Division action between Enfield Town and Merstham. Both sides are coming off the back of midweek defeats, however for Enfield, prior to Tuesday night they were unbeaten in 6. The same can’t be said for the Moatsiders, who come into this game without a win in 5.

The following games also feature on this weeks show: Margate v Dulwich Hamlet, Lowestoft Town v Dorking Wanderers and Leatherhead v Tonbridge Angels.

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FA Vase Special: Horley Town v Chichester City

A great achievement for both sides – as they reach the final 32 of the FA Vase. For hosts, Horley, it’s the first time in their history to reach this stage of the competition; as for Chichester, they aim to do one better than last season and put their name amongst the 16 finalists. In Round 3, Horley Town enjoyed a 4-1 win at the New Defence over Baffin Milton Rovers, and it was a win on the road for Chi, after they defeated Whitstable Town, 0-2.

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The Bostik League Show Ep 31: Tonbridge Angels v Lowestoft Town

On Saturday 6th January, we were back in the Premier Division for our first fixture of 2018 – Tonbridge Angels v Lowestoft Town. In their last 5 encounters, both sides have collected identical points after 2 wins, 2 defeats and a draw. With points tightening at the foot of the table, only a win separates the teams between 13th and 17th, and 18th and 23rd – visitors Lowestoft, will be wanting an all-important 3 points to keep the pressure on the teams currently below them.

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