A MASSIVE crowd of 1,569 turned out for Maidstone’s first Ryman South game at the Gallagher Stadium, their first league game in their home town for 24 years, and they were certainly royally entertained even the result was not what the majority of them wou
FOR this writer, at least, the team of last season in the Ryman League were Dulwich Hamlet (pictured). They were edged out into third place in a three-way battle for the Ryman South title and lost the play-off final for the second year running.
HISTORY will be made at Potters Bar Town on Saturday when visitors Wroxham become the first Norfolk club to play Ryman League football. Like the Suffolk clubs recently promoted from the Eastern Counties League, the Yachtsmen are expected to make an immedi