The League's Emergency Committee have discussed yesterday's abandoned Ryman Premier match at Wingate.
SUNDAY’S Ryman Premier relegation battle between Wingate and Thurrock ended in extraordinary circumstances.
ANOTHER crowd of close to 2,000 at Ryman South leaders Maidstone yesterday (Saturday) helped to celebrate the delayed start of the league’s ‘Isthmians Against Discrimination’ weekend.
ONLY two teams in the top five of Ryman North played yesterday (Saturday), and it was their rivals who were left chuckling as both of them were beaten.
ALMOST 600 fans piled into East Brighton Park to see Ryman Premier leaders Whitehawk take on second-placed Wealdstone yesterday (Saturday).
SUNDAY'S Ryman Premier game between Wingate & Finchley and Thurrock, the final fixture in the league's Kick It Out weekend, is now a 1pm kick-off.
NEW signing Leon McKenzie fired a hat-trick as Concord strengthened their grip on third place in the Ryman Premier table with a 4-1 home win over Wingate tonight (Thursday).
THE most significant of tonight's four Ryman League matches was at Burgess Hill, where Hythe's 1-0 victory lifted them into a Ryman South play-off spot.
A LATE comeback proved in vain as Cray’s relegation fears deepened with a 4-3 home defeat by fellow-strugglers Wingate tonight (Tuesday).
FOUR of the top five Ryman North teams were in action tonight (Tuesday) and all of them won to leave the situation largely unchanged.
RYMAN South leaders Maidstone must have feared the worst tonight (Tuesday) when, after his own goal had given visiting Folkestone a half-time lead, Steve Watt was sent off soon after the restart.
RYMAN South club Eastbourne Town have announced that they have chosen to support Demelza Hospice Care for Children as an officially 'adopted' charity.
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