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Dunn and dusted 5:24pm today
From Crouch End Times
A brace of penalties by influential skipper Joe Adams put Old Cholmeleians Highgate School's old boys' team on their way to a resounding 3-1 home win over Old Etonians in the Arthur Dunn cup.

Managerless Thame suffer own-goal woe 9:41am today
From Bucks Free Press
MANAGERLESS Thame suffered own-goal heartbreak as they looked to record their second league win of the season.

Slough Town 5 Harrow Borough 2 4:53pm today
From Harrow Times
AFTER the joy of the surprise win over Braintree, Borough reverted to the individual errors that have punctured recent displays. The match was a personal disaster for reserve goalkeeper Gary Ross, whose mistakes contributed to four of the home side's five goals.

Tring saved by whistle 4:24pm Monday 12th December 2005
From Enfield Independent
Enfield Ignatians 8 Tring 10 London Division Three North West by JONATHAN LANDI The looks of disbelief on the drained faces of the players at the end of this match betrayed the fact that Enfield Ignatians had lost another close encounter.

London Utd 106 vs. Coventry Crusaders 86 1:57pm Monday 12th December 2005
From Ealing Times
London United comprehensively beat Coventry Crusaders at Brunel Osterley on Saturday evening to get back to winning ways in the National League.

Lowly Haringey leave it too late to show spark 9:16am Monday 12th December 2005
From Tottenham Independent
Haringey Borough 1 Holmer Green 2. Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division.

Cobblers put the boot in 6:35pm Saturday 10th December 2005
From Barnet Times
Barnet 0 Northampton Town 1 . . .

Super Sodje's £75,000 goal 10:37am Saturday 10th December 2005
From Richmond and Twickenham Times
NIGERIAN centre-half Sam Sodje has proved his value regularly since being plucked out of non-league 18 months ago but never more than his £75,000 moment in the FA Cup on Saturday.

King cracker salvages point 7:23pm Saturday 10th December 2005
From Watford Observer
MARLON KING struck in injury-time to save a point for Watford in a 1-1 draw with Plymouth at Vicarage Road today and move the Hornets up to third.

Back at the top 4:15pm Friday 9th December 2005
From Borehamwood Times
Boreham Wood 2 Berkhamsted 0 Southern Football League Division One East

FOOTBALL: Hastings United 2 Met Police 1 1:18pm Friday 9th December 2005
From Surrey Comet
Having recently sacked former Everton and Wales goalkeeper Neville Southall as manager and without a win in their last six matches, Hastings were desperate for a win.

Borough and House chase their big Wembley dream 9:25am Friday 9th December 2005
From Hillingdon Times
FOOTBALL: Two local clubs will be chasing Wembley glory this weekend.

Young Jamie provides the perfect response 5:37pm Thursday 8th December 2005
From Staines Guardian
Former Reading winger Darren Campbell is set to make his first start for Staines Town at home to Heybridge Swifts on Saturday.

Boro may stop playing players 5:00pm Thursday 8th December 2005
From Hounslow Guardian
Chairman Stefan Poulos has revealed he is prepared to stop paying Hounslow Borough's players in January even if it means losing them and manager Dennis Bainborough.

FOOTBALL: Kingstonian 1 Ramsgate 1 4:56pm Thursday 8th December 2005
From Kingston Guardian
Ian McDonald's Kingstonian salvaged a point with a 1-1 draw against high-flying Ramsgate at Kingsmeadow on Saturday.

Hamlet boss swoops for old cult hero 4:12pm Thursday 8th December 2005
From Streatham Guardian
Prodigal son Dave Stevens couldn't help his new Dulwich Hamlet teammates break down a stubborn Lymington and New Milton defence in what was a frustrating week for manager Martin Eede.

Rugby: ORs move up to second 11:41am Thursday 8th December 2005
From Redhill And Reigate Life
London Irish Amateurs 3 Old Reigatians 11

Kozminski inspires Warls 11:08am Thursday 8th December 2005
From Croydon Guardian
Warlingham 34 Kingston 22

Rains confident Sutton can challenge again 4:45pm Thursday 8th December 2005
From Sutton Guardian
Sutton United manager John Rains blamed Saturday's 5-3 drubbing at Thurrock on a lack of confidence, which he believes is undermining his players' performances.

Ambitious Tanners shuffle pack 4:41pm Thursday 8th December 2005
From Epsom Guardian
Leatherhead have moved quickly to replace Tommy Moorhouse by signing defender Lynvall Duncan from Ashford Town (Kent), writes Steve Dennis.

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