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Get with the e-programme: 30 November 2019

By Ian Townsend

Down with this sort of thing! Careful now...

OK, it's time to provide you with a large collection of online reading material from the weekend, and to be shouted at by Mr Grumpy and his mates on Twitter. "Down with this sort of thing!" "Careful now!"

We'll start in the Premier Division, and head to Colston Avenue. Cray Wanderers might wish they'd stayed away, as Carshalton Athletic walloped four goals past them. You can read the programme from that match here.

Lewes and Folkestone Invicta couldn't manage a goal between them, but we can bring you some entertainment from the Dripping Pan. The progcast contains interviews, video, people eating a full english with chips, and the club secretary doing an interpretive dance. One of those might not be true.

Into the North Division now. Canvey Island welcomed Histon; indeed they made them very welcome, as they let them leave with three points and three goals. The only consolation for home fans is that the programme is fab, and you can read it with them by heading here.

Felixstowe and Walton United took a two goal lead at home to Dereham Town, and somehow managed to lose the match. Here's a souvenir that only Magpies fans might want to read.

South Central

Ashford Town fell to defeat as Waltham Abbey got the only goal of the game- and you can read the programme from that match by heading here.

Bracknell Town would have been delighted had they lost one-nil. Their visitors, Ware, went and scored six! Here's a souvenir that only visiting fans are likely to want to look at.

We had an e-programme derby on the High Road, as Chipstead lost to Barking by the odd goal in three. You can find the programme from that match, and indeed all of the Chips programmes, by heading here.

Finally from the South Central, Uxbridge and Westfield drew 2-2 at Honeycroft. All of the programmes from the Red Army can be found here.

Our last programme comes from the South East Division. Whyteleafe are new to this e-programme malarkey, but seem to have taken to it rather stylishly. They defeated Three Bridges, and here's how they previewed that match.

More next Monday, whether you want them or not!

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