Southern Combination Premier

Merger takes Alford into a new Galaxy

SOUTHERN Combination Premier Division club Alford have appointed former Crystal Palace and Wimbledon youth team player Glynn Stephens as their new manager – and announced a merger with grassroots club Galaxy.

Horley Town fume over sideways move in FA restructure

A statement issued by the Clarets said: “This announcement will have a huge impact on our current squad and the management team and after very positive starts to each of the past few seasons in the Southern Combination, we would like to be given the opportunity to build on this.

Langney journey is over

LANGNEY Wanderers have pulled out of the Southern Combination Premier Division, ending their 10-year rise from Sunday football to Step […]

PARSONS KNOWS THE WAY

By Tom Lemmit DIV 1 SOUTH MANGOTSFIELD U 0 CIRENCESTER T 3 RESTORED to the starting line-up, Josh Parsons set […]

DIV 1 SOUTH

THATCHAM TOWN 1 AFC TOTTON 2 By Jon Batham ■ HISHAM Kasimu turned super-sub as AFC Totton came from behind […]

RYAN IS SO MIGHTY

By Tony Walsh DIV 1 SOUTH PAULTON ROVERS 3 SLIMBRIDGE 1 COOL CUSTOMER: Paulton 8 David O’Hare celebrates his penalty […]

DIV 1 CENTRAL

By Brian Porter DAVENTRY TOWN 2 KEMPSTON RVRS 1 ■ LUKE Emery struck a 92nd-minute winner in an action-packed thriller […]

WEEKLY UPDATE

By Ian White FANTASY NON – LEAGUE WIN £5000 WELCOME to the second update of a new season of Fantasy […]

Tivvy purr to see off Boro

By Jay Richardson TIVERTON TOWN 3 FARNBOROUGH 1 TIVERTON banished last Saturday’s blues when they lost to Dorchester in the […]

JONES TO THE RESCUE

By James Owens WESTON-S-MARE 1 MET POLICE 1 WESTON-SUPER-MARE were held to a draw by an organised Met Police side […]