The latest episode of Non League Podcast is now available. In the show this week Kristan, Rob and myself have the following to discuss: FA Trophy final review Clubs in crisis. Again! Game abandoned due to injury Latest NL hotshot to move into the big time Player/Team of the week Managerial Merry-g0-Round #hattrickwatch And Finally […]
Tag Archives: FA Trophy
March 24, 2014
Cambridge United and Gosport Borough were both competing in their first ever Trophy finals, and on a pleasant afternoon at the “home of football,” it was the full time club’s quality that ultimately shone through. Myself and my colleague at Hampton & Richmond Borough Rob had been the lucky recipients of the club’s two complimentary […]
January 14, 2014
The latest episode of The Non League Podcast is now available to download. Rather cheekily entitled “Check Your Balls!”, there’s a lot to talk about, as I return after a week away to join Kristan and Rob. No Tom on this episode, as he was otherwise disposed. It still clocks in as our longest show […]
November 22, 2013
Alan Jessup-Peacock writes about Concord Rangers’ adventures in the FA Trophy this week.
November 18, 2013
Last weekend, we saw a match abandoned with seven minutes remaining due to an injury sustained by the referee. This sparked a debate between the two clubs as to why the game wasn’t completed. In case you’re unaware, the match in question was Colwyn Bay v Altrincham in the FA Trophy Third Qualifying Round. With […]
October 5, 2013
A highly entertaining match at The Runnymede Stadium saw a two goal comeback, a late winner, a spectacular goal, and plenty of attacking football as Egham Town FC and Ashford Town (Middlesex) FC faced off in this FA Trophy Preliminary Round tie. This was my first visit to Egham’s ground, but it won’t be my […]
December 3, 2012
On December 1st, 2012, the world of non-league was plunged into mourning at the tragic and untimely death of Mitchell Cole at the shockingly young age of 27. He had been forced to retire from professional football in 2011 as a result of a debilitating heart condition.
November 25, 2012
Hampton & Richmond Borough impressed against their Conference South opponents, and will feel hard done by to have to travel to Essex for this FA Trophy replay.
November 15, 2012
Hampton saw off fellow Ryman Premier side Leiston at the second time of asking at Beveree Stadium thanks to a brace from Charlie Moone and a fine strike from Tom Hickey in his last game before a five game suspension.