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Get with the e-programme: 16 February 2019

By Ian Townsend

Our electronic programmes from the weekend


Like them or hate them- and if you hate them, look away now- electronic programmes are here to stay. And some of them are rather good!

Here's our selection from the weekend:

We start in the Premier Division, and at Lewes. The Rooks produce a 'Progcast,' with built-in audio that includes an interview with manager Darren Freeman and the usual eccentric/eclectic (delete where applicable, we heard both views on Saturday) matchday playlist. It is rather marvellous, and you can find it here.

Next, we visit the South Central Division.

Ashford Town and Chipstead couldn't manage a goal between them, but the programme is worth a read, and you can find it here.

Bracknell Town, meanwhile, had enough goals for four teams, as they got four against Molesey- and there programme is here, whilst Cheshunt made up ground on the leaders as their ten men defeated local rivals Waltham Abbey, and the programme from that match is here.

Bottom placed Egham Town have struggled to beat anybody this season, but as always seems to happen they made runaway leaders Hayes & Yeading United sweat. The match finished 1-1, and you can take a look at the programme here.

Marlow experienced the Terrors of Tooting & Mitcham United, and also managed a 1-1 draw. The programme from that match is here.

Finally for the South Central, Uxbridge featured the late Gordon Banks on the cover of their programme for the match against South Park, and won the game by a single goal.

Last but by no means least, we head to the South East Division, and celebrate a Sittingbourne victory over East Grinstead Town by having a flick through- or a scroll down- their match programme.

Where next?

Rocks to host 'Big Sleep Out' for homeless charity Sleep under cardboard at Nyewood Lane on May 11th
Bostik Blog: Robins give Borough the blues Blogger Louis Maughan headed to Colston Avenue to watch Haringey Borough try to return to the Bostik Premier summit. It didn't quite work out that way.

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