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RAYNERS Lane have appointed Michael Bradshaw as the club’s new manager.Read
BEN Goode will challenge Jonathan North for Wealdstone’s number one shirt next season after joining from AFC Hayes this week.Read
DENE Gardner has left his post as Rayners Lane boss.Read
A SERIOUS-LOOKING injury for midfielder Tom Pett overshadowed Wealdstone’s tense playoff scrap with Lowestoft last night.
HARROW Borough must sweat on their Ryman Premier League safety for a little longer after their most wretched performance of the season on Saturday.
WEALDSTONE’s hopes of finishing top play-off candidates took a massive blow as they suffered a first defeat in 14 matches against Bury last night.
RYMAN LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION: Harrow 4 Enfield Town 2Read
WEALDSTONE’S march to the Ryman League Premier Division playoffs gathered pace as they claimed bragging rights in yesterday’s Easter Monday derby with Harrow Borough.
HENDON manager Gary McCann did not have to look far for his latest recruit as he added son Max to the squad at Vale Farm.Read
BRAVE Rayners Lane Sundays fought right to the whistle but could not find a way past Upshire as they exited the FA Carlsberg Sunday Cup at the weekend.
GARY McCann’s resurgent Hendon head into this weekend’s clash with Bognor Regis Town full of confidence after frustrating runaway Ryman Premier leaders Whitehawk on Tuesday night.
SIMEON Akinola scored on his return from injury to help Harrow to three precious points in their fight against relegation last night.
HARROW Borough sunk deeper into the relegation mire after suffering the equivalent of a mugging at the hands of Metropolitan Police last night.
PETER Dean’s double saw Wealdstone consolidate their position at the top of the play-off pile with a comfortable win over Hastings on Saturday.
It’s interesting to read some of the online comments written in the wake of this book’s publication and wonder whether anyone believes they’ve been duped.Read
JJ Evans bagged a hat-trick as Pinner Albion U11s continued their winning streak by securing a comfortable win over Princes Park. Read
A WEEK is a long time in football - just ask Elvijs Putnins.
GORDON Bartlett has urged his Wealdstone side to show their true colours at Kingstonian on Saturday and halt the first blip of their 2012-13 campaign.Read
NATHAN Webb admitted this week that he loves a tackle – sometimes a bit too much.Read
GOALKEEPERS scoring goals is a once in a lifetime experience – unless you are Harrow Borough’s Elvijs Putnins that is.Read
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