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Get with the e-programme: Saturday 31st August 2019

By Ian Townsend

Love them or loathe them- there seems to be no middle ground- here are the electronic offerings from our clubs from the weekend

The Premier Division programmes from Saturday all subscribed to the traditional model, so we'll start this round up of reading material by heading North- to Sudbury. AFC Sudbury managed to fall behind twice at home to Romford, but still came out 4-3 winners. Here's how the Yellows previewed the match.

Aveley hosted another of last season's Playoff contenders, Maldon & Tiptree. The Jammers came out on top- and the programme can be found here.

Canvey Island are next up, and they fell to home defeat against Bury Town. The programme was a success, though, even if the football wasn't- and you can read it here. It's a double issue, including the preview for the Velocity Trophy match against Hulbridge Sports on Tuesday.

Great Wakering Rovers were another side to fall to home defeat, in their case against Dereham Town. Their programme for that match can be found here.

We're moving over to the South Central Division now, and we start at Bedfont Sports, where Barking were the visitors. There were no goals, but there was at least something to read, and here is the electronic version of their paper programme.

Bracknell Town became the latest side to wallop Ashford Town, so supporters of the Tangerines might want to look away now. For the rest of you, the programme is here.

Chalfont St Peter maintained their impressive start to the season with victory in a five goal thriller against Chipstead. You can't wrap your Chips in this programme, we're afraid.

Staines Town fell to defeat against Harlow Town, but their programme is a winner, and you can find it here.

Finally, we head over to the South East Division, and visit Sittingbourne. East Grinstead Town also visited Sittingbourne, and they came away with a point and a programme- the Brickies still sell the traditional version. But if you weren't there, or forgot to buy one, here it is electronically so you don't miss out!

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