Midweek Non-League Video Special

By on Mar 16, 2011 in Latest, Video | 0 comments

The pressures of the outside world don’t often often intrude into the world of Twohundredpercent, but they have this evening and our normal service has been slightly interrupted. Everything will be back to normal with a fresh Mungo tomorrow morning, but for tonight we’re going to leave you with a handful more non-league videos from the last couple of days. Last night was a big night in non-league football, with matches the length and breadth of the country, and our first match is the Blue Square South match between Dartford and Eastleigh. With Eastleigh in the pack chasing a play-off place, this was an important match.

Our second match comes from the top of the Ryman League Premier Division. Bury Town are in the pack chasing leaders Sutton United, and a win last night against mid-table Margate would help them close the gap on the leaders. With Sutton not having a game last night, a win would reduce Sutton’s lead at the top of the table to six points, with Bury still having a game in hand.

Our third match is from the Blue Square North, where Monday night’s match between Hyde FC and AFC Telford United affected both ends of the league table, with Hyde being just above the relegation places and Telford still being in the play-off places and with a chance of still snatching the championship at the end of the season.

Finally, as a small bonus, here are some highlights from the first leg of the FA Trophy semi-final match between Mansfield Town and Luton Town. If the FA Cup has been suffering at the hands of the Premier League and the Champions League of late, that’s nothing in comparison with the way that the FA Trophy has started to pall in comparison with the Blue Square Premier and its end of season play-off. There is, however, a day out at Wembley at the end of the season at stake.

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