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    Re: Non-League 2015-16

    Post  daib0 on Tue 13 Oct 2015, 11:40 pm

    ENGLAND: FA Cup - Qualification REPLAYS

    Bamber Bridge 3 - 2 Kettering
    Bath City 1 - 2 Harlow Town
    Brentwood 2 - 1 Hoddesdon
    Gosport 1 - 2 Whitehawk
    Marine 2 - 4 Northwich Victoria
    Rugby 0 - 2 Brackley
    Spalding United 1 - 2 Sporting Khalsa
    Stalybridge 2 - 0 Chasetown
    Worcester 1 - 0 Solihull
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    Re: Non-League 2015-16

    Post  Campo on Wed 14 Oct 2015, 9:40 am

    daib0 wrote:

    how has town's record been over the years?

    Towns record upto 2012

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    CLUB HISTORY
    THERE IS LITTLE DOUBT THAT FOOTBALL WAS BEING PLAYED IN THE BASINGSTOKE AREA IN THE EARLY 1890’S, BUT IT WAS NOT UNTIL 1896 THAT A BASINGSTOKE TOWN CLUB WAS FORMED FROM ALDWORTH UNITED AND BASINGSTOKE ALBION.


    IN 1901 THE CLUB ENTERED THE HAMPSHIRE LEAGUE, AND IN 1909 THE LOCAL HANTS IRONWORKS TEAM MERGED WITH THE ‘TOWN’ CLUB. THIS MERGER PRODUCED DIVIDENDS, WITH TITLE SUCCESS IN 1911/12 AND 1919/20. AFTER PLAYING AT A COUPLE OF GROUNDS IN THE AREA, THE CLUB MOVED TO ITS PRESENT SITE IN 1946. THE GROUND IS NAMED AFTER ITS BENEFACTOR, THE LATE LORD CAMROSE.



    The sixties were the beginning of a more successful period for the Camrose club, finishing as runners-up in 1965/66 and again the following season. It was third time lucky in 1967/68 when the Hampshire League was won. After being runners-up again in 1968/69, they won back to back titles in 1969/70 and 1970/71. The latter came without a league defeat, and the Hampshire Senior Cup was won for the first time.

    The club joined the Southern League in 1971/72 and finished eighth in their first season. The highlight was reaching the FA Cup 1st Round for the first time. A then record attendance of 3,400 saw Northampton Town win 5 – 1 at the Camrose.

    In 1984/85 the club won the Southern League Southern Division, without losing a home game. A couple of years later, in the Premier Division, the club had the chance to move across to the Isthmian League. It was a disastrous first season as the club was relegated, but the following year promotion was achieved with a last day victory at Southwick, and for the first time the club reached the FA Trophy 1st Round, losing at Kettering after a replay.

    The following year saw more cup success as the club reached the 2nd round of the FA Cup for the first time. A crowd of over 4,000 saw Torquay Utd win 3 – 2.

    The next few seasons were a struggle and in 1993/94 the club suffered relegation. After two years in Division One, the club had only another Senior Cup to show for its efforts. In 1996/97 promotion was achieved as runners-up and another appearance in the Senior Cup saw a second successive 2 – 0 win over Waterlooville.

    The 1997/98 season became the club’s most memorable to date, with FA Cup success over Wycombe Wanderers. After a 2 – 2 draw at Adams Park, the team won the replay on penalties after another thrilling 2 – 2 draw at the Camrose. A new record attendance of 5,085 saw this remarkable result as in both games Basingstoke had trailed at every occasion.

    In the second round it was an away trip to Northampton Town and, despite being under pressure for much of the game, the club earned a replay with a late equaliser. The replay saw Sky Sports beam the game live, and another crowd of nearly 5,000 saw Basingstoke go out on penalties.

    1998/99 saw the club reach the 1st round of the FA Cup, again losing 2 – 1 at home to Bournemouth after a memorable 4th Qualifying round win at Dover Athletic. The Hampshire Senior Cup Final was lost 1 – 0 to Aldershot Town and the club finished in eighth.

    The millennium season was the poorest in recent years, with only the club’s home form saving it from relegation. Indeed it was a last day draw at home to Hitchin Town and other results working in the clubs favour that meant Premier Division football was retained.

    After a more encouraging 2000/01 season where the club finished third, there was an air of optimism as plans were implemented to improve the financial stability of the club.

    2001/02 saw the club fail to match the success of the previous season, with a low table finish. The biggest disappointment was drawing against Conference leaders Dagenham & Redbridge in the FA Cup to a 4th minute injury time goal scored by goalkeeper Tony Roberts. Roberts went up to join the play in the dying minutes and scored with a 25 yard volley after the ‘stoke had taken a 2-0 lead. A feat that made FA Cup history and footage of which is often replayed on TV. The replay at Dagenham saw the ‘Stoke comprehensively defeated and D&R’s subsequent exploits were well documented by the media.

    2002-03 was a season many thought would be the last in the Ryman Premier league, with virtually a new squad put together at the start of the season. But the team exceeded all expectations and put in a remarkable set of results to finish a respectable 5th.

    The 2003-04 season was a real roller-coaster ride, with the club constantly chasing an elusive top 13 finish to secure a place in the newly formed Nationwide Conference South. Even though 14th was the best Basingstoke could do and this was followed by a play-off defeat, a place was secured when Hendon decided not to take up their option to join the Nationwide Conference South.

    In their first season in the new division Town began well, with head coach Ernie Howe collecting the Conference South Manager of the Month award for August. Basingstoke went on to finish the 2004-05 season in sixth position, just a point off the play-offs.

    The second season saw top ‘Stoke star Sergio Torres snapped up by League outfit Wycombe Wanderers. Basingstoke struggled for form and in March 2006, manager Ernie Howe was sacked. Francis Vines took over, leading the side to safety and watching them narrowly miss out on the Hampshire Senior Cup in a 1-0 defeat to Farnborough Town at Dean Court.

    The 2006-07 season saw the poorest league performance in years but the best FA Cup run since 1997. Basingstoke defeated League One Side Chesterfield away from home in the First Round (courtesy of a Matt Warner strike) but were knocked out by Aldershot Town in an FA Cup second round replay at The Camrose. In the league, ‘Stoke were lucky to avoid relegation and stayed up on the last day of the season by goal difference.

    The 2007-08 season in the newly branded Blue Square South started well but soon led to mid-table mediocrity. Francis Vines resigned as manager in March 2008 and long serving player, coach and assistant manager Steve Richardson took over as caretaker boss until the end of the season. Basingstoke won the Hampshire Senior Cup against Farnborough at Dean Court 1-0 courtesy of a James Taylor goal.

    In May 2008, Ex-Scotland international Frank Gray was appointed as Basingstoke Town’s new manager and a new plan was implemented to improve off field activities with a view to creating more stability for the club and it’s finances.  Work began on Commercial, Communication and Community, while operating on a fairly low budget. The 2010/11 season began to see the results of this work, with the regeneration of the practice courts, the expansion of the Football in the Community, improvement in Commercial activity and the appointment of a full time General Manager. The budget was also improved but expectations were high and a mid table finish felt like a disappointment.

    The 2011/12 season was a hectic one. Results started positively and Basingstoke reached the FA Cup first round, this time going down 1-0 away at League One Brentford. However, Town began to drop away from the Blue Square South play-off picture  and Frank Gray was eventually released in February 2012. Long time club servant Jason Bristow took the reigns with the club 12 points adrift of the play-off zone. A tremendous sequence of results followed and the seemingly impossible was achieved, with Basingstoke qualifying for the play-offs on the final day of the season. Despite defeat in the semi-finals to eventual winners Dartford, the season ended with a very positive mood around The Camrose as fans await to find out just what the Jason Bristow era holds.


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    2012-2013
    Lost to Dorchester 3rd Ql Round

    2013/14
    Lost to Weston SM 2nd Ql Round

    2014/15
    Lost to Telford First round proper replay
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    Re: Non-League 2015-16

    Post  daib0 on Wed 14 Oct 2015, 1:22 pm

    Campo wrote:
    daib0 wrote:

    how has town's record been over the years?

    Towns record upto 2012

    Official Website of Basingstoke Town

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    CLUB HISTORY
    THERE IS LITTLE DOUBT THAT FOOTBALL WAS BEING PLAYED IN THE BASINGSTOKE AREA IN THE EARLY 1890’S, BUT IT WAS NOT UNTIL 1896 THAT A BASINGSTOKE TOWN CLUB WAS FORMED FROM ALDWORTH UNITED AND BASINGSTOKE ALBION.


    IN 1901 THE CLUB ENTERED THE HAMPSHIRE LEAGUE, AND IN 1909 THE LOCAL HANTS IRONWORKS TEAM MERGED WITH THE ‘TOWN’ CLUB. THIS MERGER PRODUCED DIVIDENDS, WITH TITLE SUCCESS IN 1911/12 AND 1919/20. AFTER PLAYING AT A COUPLE OF GROUNDS IN THE AREA, THE CLUB MOVED TO ITS PRESENT SITE IN 1946. THE GROUND IS NAMED AFTER ITS BENEFACTOR, THE LATE LORD CAMROSE.



    The sixties were the beginning of a more successful period for the Camrose club, finishing as runners-up in 1965/66 and again the following season. It was third time lucky in 1967/68 when the Hampshire League was won. After being runners-up again in 1968/69, they won back to back titles in 1969/70 and 1970/71. The latter came without a league defeat, and the Hampshire Senior Cup was won for the first time.

    The club joined the Southern League in 1971/72 and finished eighth in their first season. The highlight was reaching the FA Cup 1st Round for the first time. A then record attendance of 3,400 saw Northampton Town win 5 – 1 at the Camrose.

    In 1984/85 the club won the Southern League Southern Division, without losing a home game. A couple of years later, in the Premier Division, the club had the chance to move across to the Isthmian League. It was a disastrous first season as the club was relegated, but the following year promotion was achieved with a last day victory at Southwick, and for the first time the club reached the FA Trophy 1st Round, losing at Kettering after a replay.

    The following year saw more cup success as the club reached the 2nd round of the FA Cup for the first time. A crowd of over 4,000 saw Torquay Utd win 3 – 2.

    The next few seasons were a struggle and in 1993/94 the club suffered relegation. After two years in Division One, the club had only another Senior Cup to show for its efforts. In 1996/97 promotion was achieved as runners-up and another appearance in the Senior Cup saw a second successive 2 – 0 win over Waterlooville.

    The 1997/98 season became the club’s most memorable to date, with FA Cup success over Wycombe Wanderers. After a 2 – 2 draw at Adams Park, the team won the replay on penalties after another thrilling 2 – 2 draw at the Camrose. A new record attendance of 5,085 saw this remarkable result as in both games Basingstoke had trailed at every occasion.

    In the second round it was an away trip to Northampton Town and, despite being under pressure for much of the game, the club earned a replay with a late equaliser. The replay saw Sky Sports beam the game live, and another crowd of nearly 5,000 saw Basingstoke go out on penalties.

    1998/99 saw the club reach the 1st round of the FA Cup, again losing 2 – 1 at home to Bournemouth after a memorable 4th Qualifying round win at Dover Athletic. The Hampshire Senior Cup Final was lost 1 – 0 to Aldershot Town and the club finished in eighth.

    The millennium season was the poorest in recent years, with only the club’s home form saving it from relegation. Indeed it was a last day draw at home to Hitchin Town and other results working in the clubs favour that meant Premier Division football was retained.

    After a more encouraging 2000/01 season where the club finished third, there was an air of optimism as plans were implemented to improve the financial stability of the club.

    2001/02 saw the club fail to match the success of the previous season, with a low table finish. The biggest disappointment was drawing against Conference leaders Dagenham & Redbridge in the FA Cup to a 4th minute injury time goal scored by goalkeeper Tony Roberts. Roberts went up to join the play in the dying minutes and scored with a 25 yard volley after the ‘stoke had taken a 2-0 lead. A feat that made FA Cup history and footage of which is often replayed on TV. The replay at Dagenham saw the ‘Stoke comprehensively defeated and D&R’s subsequent exploits were well documented by the media.

    2002-03 was a season many thought would be the last in the Ryman Premier league, with virtually a new squad put together at the start of the season. But the team exceeded all expectations and put in a remarkable set of results to finish a respectable 5th.

    The 2003-04 season was a real roller-coaster ride, with the club constantly chasing an elusive top 13 finish to secure a place in the newly formed Nationwide Conference South. Even though 14th was the best Basingstoke could do and this was followed by a play-off defeat, a place was secured when Hendon decided not to take up their option to join the Nationwide Conference South.

    In their first season in the new division Town began well, with head coach Ernie Howe collecting the Conference South Manager of the Month award for August. Basingstoke went on to finish the 2004-05 season in sixth position, just a point off the play-offs.

    The second season saw top ‘Stoke star Sergio Torres snapped up by League outfit Wycombe Wanderers. Basingstoke struggled for form and in March 2006, manager Ernie Howe was sacked. Francis Vines took over, leading the side to safety and watching them narrowly miss out on the Hampshire Senior Cup in a 1-0 defeat to Farnborough Town at Dean Court.

    The 2006-07 season saw the poorest league performance in years but the best FA Cup run since 1997. Basingstoke defeated League One Side Chesterfield away from home in the First Round (courtesy of a Matt Warner strike) but were knocked out by Aldershot Town in an FA Cup second round replay at The Camrose. In the league, ‘Stoke were lucky to avoid relegation and stayed up on the last day of the season by goal difference.

    The 2007-08 season in the newly branded Blue Square South started well but soon led to mid-table mediocrity. Francis Vines resigned as manager in March 2008 and long serving player, coach and assistant manager Steve Richardson took over as caretaker boss until the end of the season. Basingstoke won the Hampshire Senior Cup against Farnborough at Dean Court 1-0 courtesy of a James Taylor goal.

    In May 2008, Ex-Scotland international Frank Gray was appointed as Basingstoke Town’s new manager and a new plan was implemented to improve off field activities with a view to creating more stability for the club and it’s finances.  Work began on Commercial, Communication and Community, while operating on a fairly low budget. The 2010/11 season began to see the results of this work, with the regeneration of the practice courts, the expansion of the Football in the Community, improvement in Commercial activity and the appointment of a full time General Manager. The budget was also improved but expectations were high and a mid table finish felt like a disappointment.

    The 2011/12 season was a hectic one. Results started positively and Basingstoke reached the FA Cup first round, this time going down 1-0 away at League One Brentford. However, Town began to drop away from the Blue Square South play-off picture  and Frank Gray was eventually released in February 2012. Long time club servant Jason Bristow took the reigns with the club 12 points adrift of the play-off zone. A tremendous sequence of results followed and the seemingly impossible was achieved, with Basingstoke qualifying for the play-offs on the final day of the season. Despite defeat in the semi-finals to eventual winners Dartford, the season ended with a very positive mood around The Camrose as fans await to find out just what the Jason Bristow era holds.


    I will add to this
    2012-2013
    Lost to Dorchester 3rd Ql Round

    2013/14
    Lost to Weston SM 2nd Ql Round

    2014/15
    Lost to Telford First round proper replay

    interesting read this, I'm going to add it on my forum too ... handshake
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    Re: Non-League 2015-16

    Post  daib0 on Wed 14 Oct 2015, 5:17 pm

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    Re: Non-League 2015-16

    Post  Campo on Sun 18 Oct 2015, 11:39 am

    Thank feck for West Ham because Basingstoke are utter turd at the moment
    another loss
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    Re: Non-League 2015-16

    Post  daib0 on Sun 18 Oct 2015, 11:41 am

    yep, I saw. Chin up mate!
    Sorry for Concord too ...
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    Re: Non-League 2015-16

    Post  daib0 on Sun 18 Oct 2015, 11:43 am

    but to give credit where it's due, Ebbsfleet are blowing everyone away at the moment, an amazing start by them ...
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    Re: Non-League 2015-16

    Post  Campo on Sun 18 Oct 2015, 12:12 pm

    Ebbsfleet are the Man City of non league

    owned by a Kuwait group who are worth £1.2bn

    that is why they can pay players up to £2K a week
    Players have even dropped from League 1 to play for them
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    Re: Non-League 2015-16

    Post  daib0 on Sun 18 Oct 2015, 8:22 pm

    I've probably asked you ages back, but why do you firmly say no to a League 3?!
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    Re: Non-League 2015-16

    Post  Campo on Mon 19 Oct 2015, 12:31 pm

    Mr Dyke of the FA has come up with a new idea to push forward
    his idea is a league 3
    this will consist of 10 premier league U21 teams
    and 10 of the top conference national teams

    so basically any team from 11th in the conference national downwards effectively gets relegated
    and he seems to think this idea will improve the England team
    It has nothing to do with the England team in reality , as one of the first things that was talked about was the TV rights, just another money spinner in making really
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    Re: Non-League 2015-16

    Post  daib0 on Mon 19 Oct 2015, 12:37 pm

    Campo wrote:Mr Dyke of the FA has come up with a new idea to push forward
    his idea is a league 3
    this will consist of 10 premier league U21 teams
    and 10 of the top conference national teams

    so basically any team from 11th in the conference national downwards effectively gets relegated
    and he seems to think this idea will improve the England team
    It has nothing to do with the England team in reality , as one of the first things that was talked about was the TV rights, just another money spinner in making really

    In that case a NO from me as well. Let's forget U21 teams and reserve teams entering leagues.

    But, if say it were 5 leagues of 20 different teams, with 8 Conference teams getting promted into the Football League:
    Premier - Championship - League 1 - Div 2 North and Div 2 South ... wouldn't be a bad idea so much?

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    Re: Non-League 2015-16

    Post  daib0 on Tue 20 Oct 2015, 1:18 am

    The most sh*?"$ you'll surely EVER see from Sunday league football!

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    Re: Non-League 2015-16

    Post  Campo on Thu 22 Oct 2015, 9:04 am

    rofl smiley oh dear
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    Re: Non-League 2015-16

    Post  Kray JR on Thu 22 Oct 2015, 6:40 pm

    rofl smiley rofl smiley rofl smiley rofl smiley rofl smiley rofl smiley
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    Re: Non-League 2015-16

    Post  Johnny K on Fri 23 Oct 2015, 11:43 am

    ETFC - Up for the Cup !!
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    Re: Non-League 2015-16

    Post  daib0 on Sat 24 Oct 2015, 2:40 pm

    ENGLAND: FA Cup - Qualification

    Margate v Forest Green

    Aldershot v Sutton

    Altrincham v Chester

    Barwell v AFC Rushden

    Basingstoke v Torquay

    Boreham Wood v Hornchurch

    Brackley v Bamber Bridge

    Braintree v Harlow Town

    Bromley v Eastleigh

    Chesham v Enfield Town

    Chippenham Town v Maidstone

    Didcot v Brentwood

    Eastbourne v Dover

    Fylde v Barrow

    Gateshead v Worcester

    Halifax v Guiseley

    Harrogate v Grimsby

    Havant & W v Cheltenham

    Macclesfield v Alfreton

    Maidenhead v Woking

    Salford v Southport

    Sporting Khalsa v United of Manchester

    St. Albans v Weston

    Staines Town v Gloucester

    Stalybridge v North Ferriby

    Stourbridge v Kidderminster



    Tomorrow

    Grays - Welling
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    Re: Non-League 2015-16

    Post  Campo on Sat 24 Oct 2015, 7:34 pm

    well fupp me
    took Torquay to the cleaners won 3-0
    however crowd trouble brought the game down, who ever is the big feller of Torquay who stands at the back goading on the younger fans to cause trouble, you sir are an absolute minge
    This complete Peenarse kept goading the younger lads to the point it kicked off (whilst standing in relative safety) once it kicked of he went down the front, threw a few punches and fucked off to the back
    You sir are an absolute coward, pathetic piece of shit
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    Re: Non-League 2015-16

    Post  daib0 on Mon 26 Oct 2015, 12:25 pm

    DRAW FOR FA CUP FIRST ROUND PROPER - BBC 2 at 7pm tonight !
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    Re: Non-League 2015-16

    Post  Campo on Mon 26 Oct 2015, 7:52 pm

    Cambridge away, not sure I am going to make that, I have to be up and compos mentis for Remembrance parade on the Sunday morning
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    Re: Non-League 2015-16

    Post  daib0 on Mon 26 Oct 2015, 8:15 pm

    FA CUP FIRST ROUND DRAW


    Burton Albion VS Peterborough United

    Port Vale VS Maidenhead United

    Barnet VS Blackpool

    Bristol Rovers VS Chesham United

    Cambridge United VS Basingstoke Town

    Mansfield Town VS Oldham Athletic

    Altrincham VS Barnsley

    Crewe Alexandra VS Eastleigh

    Northwich / Chorley VS Boreham Wood

    Coventry City VS Northampton Town

    Brackley Town VS Newport County AFC

    Grimsby Town VS St Albans City

    Hartlepool United VS Hav & Wat / Cheltenham

    Salford City VS Notts County

    Dover Athletic VS Stourbridge

    Stevenage VS Gillingham

    Millwall VS AFC Fylde

    Aldershot Town VS Bradford City

    Walsall VS Fleetwood Town

    Bury VS Wigan Athletic

    Portsmouth VS Macclesfield Town

    Sheffield United VS Worcester City

    Barwell / AFC Rushden & Diamonds VS Grays Ath / Welling

    FC Halifax / Guiseley VS Wycombe Wanderers

    Crawley Town VS Luton Town

    Doncaster Rovers VS Stalybridge / N Ferriby

    Didcot Town VS Exeter City

    Dagenham & Redbridge VS Morecambe

    Leyton Orient VS Staines Town

    Gainsborough Trinity VS Shrewsbury Town

    Maidstone United VS Yeovil Town

    Braintree Town VS Oxford United

    Whitehawk VS Tranmere / Lincoln C

    Accrington Stanley VS York City

    Scunthorpe United VS Southend United

    AFC Wimbledon VS Forest Green Rovers

    Plymouth Argyle VS Carlisle United

    FC United Of Manchester VS Chesterfield

    Rochdale AFC VS Swindon Town

    Wealdstone VS Colchester United


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    Re: Non-League 2015-16

    Post  Campo on Tue 27 Oct 2015, 9:46 pm

    At long bloody last, Basingstoke 3-1 Whitehawk
    First league win since April 25th
    And I could not go as I am working from home

    pissing 13 hr working day so far
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    Re: Non-League 2015-16

    Post  daib0 on Tue 27 Oct 2015, 10:48 pm

    Campo wrote:At long bloody last, Basingstoke 3-1 Whitehawk
    First league win since April 25th
    And I could not go as I am working from home

    pissing 13 hr working day so far


    Whitehawk right near the top too ....
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    Re: Non-League 2015-16

    Post  daib0 on Tue 27 Oct 2015, 10:55 pm

    FA Cup 4th QR replays


    AFC Rushden 0 - 1 Barwell

    Cheltenham 1 - 0 Havant & W

    Chorley 1 - 2 Northwich Victoria


    After ET - Guiseley 1 - 2 Halifax

    Lincoln City 2 - 0 Tranmere

    Welling 4 - 0 Grays
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    Re: Non-League 2015-16

    Post  daib0 on Fri 06 Nov 2015, 10:41 am

    Campo, spot on BBC Sport for Basingstoke -


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    Re: Non-League 2015-16

    Post  Campo on Sun 08 Nov 2015, 8:57 am

    Sounds like we did quite well, and been told the footage on the BBC is a bit Cambridge bias

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