Non-League Videos Of The Week

By on Mar 27, 2011 in Latest, Video | 0 comments

This week’s non-league videos of the week come from the top and bottom of the Blue Square South, and from the Combined Counties League. Our first match comes from Princes Park, and is between Dartford and Lewes. Dartford are comfortable now in mid-table in the Blue Square South. Lewes, however, are in trouble at the foot of the table, although a surprise win against the league leaders, Braintree Town, on Wednesday night left them still in touch with their rivals at the foot of the table. With just a handful of matches left this season, however, they still need to pick up a couple of wins if they are to have any chance of lifting themselves out of the relegation places.

Our second match comes from the other end of the table. Under the managership of Garry Hill, Woking have had something of a renaissance during the second half of this season and are in the play-off places, whilst still harbouring ambitions of overhauling Braintree Town at the top of the table. Yesterday afternoon, they were playing away against Eastleigh, who are still in the hunt for a play-off place for a place in the Blue Square Premier at the end of this season. Indeed, with two games in hand and the top of that table looking very congested indeed, they may even have half a chance of catching Braintree themselves if they can get some results together in the closing weeks of the season.

Our final matches comes from a little further down the non-league pyramid, in the Premier Division of the Combined Counties Football League. It’s between Dorking and Cove. Cove are in mid-table and may be starting to wind their season down, but Dorking are in serious trouble at the bottom of the table. With just twenty-one points from thirty-four matches, they are almost certainly going to be relegated at the end of this season.

As ever, our most sincere thanks go to those that take the time to record and edit these matches for our entertainment.

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