#National League South

FA Cup: ‘It’s one of the biggest games of my life so far’

AFC Sudbury are hoping for a live television bonus after being rewarded for reaching the FA Cup first round with a home derby against Colchester. The Isthmian League North Division club reached the first round for only the second time with a 3-1 win over National League South leaders Dartford.
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🔎 Ones to Watch: Crawley Town (A)

City travel to the People’s Pension Stadium to face Crawley Town in matchday 13 of the EFL League Two season. Ahead of tonight's fixture, Rob Kershaw takes a look at some of Crawley’s danger men that will pose a challenge for the Grecians. Kwesi Appiah. Striker. Born in Camberwell, and...
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Welling United beat Braintree Town 1-0 in National League South

Clear cut goal chances were at a premium at Park View Road when Welling United hosted Braintree Town. Having beaten Chippenham Town in an entertaining game seven days earlier, Welling had to dig in to keep out a very direct Braintree to claim another three points to launch them up to 14th in the National League South standings.

My 'perfect draw'... Sudbury boss hails FA Cup clash with Colchester

AFC Sudbury joint boss Angelo Harrop says drawing Colchester United in the FA Cup first round is the 'perfect draw' for him. Harrop spent more than 10 years at Colchester as a youngster from the age of eight, before being released. His father, Geoff, was a youth coach at the Essex club and the man credited with unearthing the exciting Lomana Tresor Lua Lua.

FA CUP | Addicks face Torquay United or Havant & Waterlooville in first round

Charlton will take on either Torquay United or Havant & Waterlooville at home in the first round of the Emirates FA Cup. During the draw which took place on Sunday afternoon, the Addicks were pulled out of the hat alongside the non-League for the tie which is set to take place at The Valley on the weekend of Saturday, November 6th.

FA Cup first round: Local derby as AFC Sudbury of Isthmian League paired with Colchester United

AFC Sudbury have been handed a plum home draw in the first round of the FA Cup after being paired with local League Two club Colchester United. The Suffolk side, who play in Isthmian League Division One North, will host their local rivals from 15 miles down the road in Essex after stunning in-form National League South leaders Dartford 3-1 in the fourth qualifying round on Saturday.

Sunderland, Sheffield Wednesday or Pompey may lie in wait - but Hastings play it cool in the FA Cup

The Us have won through four rounds of the famous old competition to reach a fourth qualifying round tie away to National League Maidenhead tomorrow (Sat Oct 16). If they win they will be in the first round proper alongside teams from League One and League Two, giving them the chance of their biggest game since their run to the third round in 2012-13.

Oxford City go third, Banbury beat Nuneaton + round-up

Oxford City moved up to third in Vanarama National League South with a terrific 4-0 win at Hemel Hempstead Town, WRITES GEORGE RICKWOOD. Joe Iaciofano’s early double gave the visitors a two-goal lead, before Jacob Bancroft and Lewis Coyle put the shine on an excellent result late on. Iaciofano has...

Dulwich Hamlet pay their respects to Duncan Chapman but can’t produce result against bottom-of-the-table Billericay

Dulwich Hamlet suffered their first National League South defeat since August yesterday, a shock 2-1 reverse at the hands of rock bottom Billericay Town. A record attendance of 3,334 fans flooded to Champion Hill for the fixture which began with a minute’s applause before kick-off to commemorate the passing of club legend Duncan Chapman.

Hastings United CEO and chairman toasts double FA Cup success

Saturday saw the men’s team dump National League South side Chippenham Town out of the FA Cup in the third qualifying round after a 1-0 away win. Kenny Pogue netted what proved to be the winner shortly after the break, rifling home into the top corner. The only sour note...

Dulwich Hamlet take Big Step in campaign to end gambling in football

Dulwich Hamlet have announced they have joined the campaign to end all gambling advertising and sponsorship in football. The Hamlet will support The Big Step, which is a grassroots campaign aimed at tacking football’s relationship with gambling. It is part of Gambling with Lives, a charity set up by family members and friends who have lost loved ones to gambling-related suicide.