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Dave Deacon

NLS Fixtures for Saturday March 4th 2017

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Att: 237                   Concord Rangers      0 v 0        Margate

Att: 844                   Dartford                   2 v 0        Bath City

Att: 539                   Eastbourne Borough 2 v 0        Truro City

Att: 1267                 Ebbsfleet United      6 v 1        East Thurrock United

Att: 586                   Hemel Hempstead Tn              2 v 2        Chelmsford City

Att: 946                   Maidenhead United 0 v 0        Hampton & Richmond Borough

Att:                          Poole Town              P v P        Hungerford Town

Att: 602                   St Albans City           0 v 1        Bishops Stortford

Att: 670                   Wealdstone             2 v 1        Gosport Borough

Att: 436                   Weston-Super-Mare 3 v 0        Oxford City

Att: 370                   Whitehawk              1 v 0        Welling United

 

 

League Table

  P W D L F A +/- Pts
1 Ebbsfleet United6-1 32 21 7 4 68 24 +44 70
2 Maidenhead United0-0 31 20 8 3 62 23 +39 68
3 Dartford2-0 32 19 7 6 57 30 +27 64
4 Chelmsford City2-2 31 16 11 4 64 37 +27 59
5 Poole Town 31 17 8 6 50 30 +20 59
6 Hungerford Town 31 15 9 7 57 37 +20 54
7 Hampton & Richmond Borough0-0 32 14 9 9 62 44 +18 51
8 St Albans City0-1 33 14 7 12 62 52 +10 49
9 Hemel Hempstead Town2-2 33 13 9 11 64 62 +2 48
10 Wealdstone2-1 31 13 7 11 42 45 -3 46
11 Eastbourne Borough2-0 32 12 9 11 56 46 +10 45
12 Bath City0-2 31 12 8 11 48 36 +12 44
13 East Thurrock United1-6 32 10 12 10 55 49 +6 42
14 Oxford City0-3 32 10 7 15 39 58 -19 37
15 Weston-super-Mare3-0 30 10 5 15 41 50 -9 35
16 Welling United0-1 32 9 6 17 48 44 +4 33
17 Concord Rangers0-0 32 8 9 15 46 59 -13 33
18 Truro City0-2 32 9 6 17 39 74 -35 33
19 Whitehawk1-0 32 8 6 18 37 54 -17 30
20 Gosport Borough1-2 32 6 7 19 32 83 -51 25
21 Bishop's Stortford1-0 32 7 3 22 25 71 -46 24
22 Margate0-0 32 5 2 25 17 63 -46 17

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29 minutes ago, Rjw87 said:

But still 8 points clear from the relegation zone 

Always said I believed Truro would avoid relegation,because there are three worst team's than Truro in the League.

But it has been a total disaster of a season.

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Not a great day for Truro. I can see why some people had their hopes up, but this was always going to be a difficult game. Eastbourne on paper are probably the better team, so it wasn't a huge surprise to see Truro lose today.

Like Dave said above, this has been a poor season for Truro, one to forget really. We need to just get to the end of the season and then hopefully kick on again.
 

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45 minutes ago, JENGLE said:

Not a great day for Truro. I can see why some people had their hopes up, but this was always going to be a difficult game. Eastbourne on paper are probably the better team, so it wasn't a huge surprise to see Truro lose today.

Like Dave said above, this has been a poor season for Truro, one to forget really. We need to just get to the end of the season and then hopefully kick on again.
 

Cannot see any kicking on.

If Masters is still here next season,Im afraid it will be much the same,with a virtual new squad.

Not many of this season's players will be here next season.

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11 hours ago, Dave Deacon said:

Any news on the ground situation for next season? Has to be decided by the end of the month for FA and the League purposes.

So many if's and butts,at the moment,Dave.

SilverBow is a no for sure. If Helical Bar cannot get any more retailers for Treyew Road,why not stay there for another season.

But if Masters stays in charge,you know where we will be playing.

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So what of the future? - The ground situation may be resolved and all our fears would disappear but if taking voluntary relegation some of the above venues could be visited although it looks as if Hereford will be promoted from the Southern League Division One South and West.

Revenue wise I cannot see the club survive if not playing in Cornwall.

 

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