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Southern League next season ...

By John Fordham (legacy user)5/5/2014 20:40Mon May 5 20:40:47 2014

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... if this is to be believed

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/lv?key=0ApThHwWP3onIdFFJVUd4VGp1dzB4dVM0MVpTQnZQdmc&f=true&noheader=true&gid=0

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Re: Southern League

By Jeff Hill (legacy user)5/5/2014 21:22Mon May 5 21:22:56 2014In response to Southern League next season ...Top of thread

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I hope not. Some interesting places but I'd be priced out of most of them.

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Re: Southern League

By Paul Butler (legacy user)6/5/2014 12:18Tue May 6 12:18:23 2014In response to Re: Southern LeagueTop of thread

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Yes please! Finally no more trips to Essex!!

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after 50 years or so.....

By mello (legacy user)6/5/2014 19:47Tue May 6 19:47:15 2014In response to Re: Southern LeagueTop of thread

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in the isthmian league...now onwards to the southern league,.......Poole Town, Frome Town.....exotic????

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Frome Town

By Dorset Don (legacy user)7/5/2014 12:40Wed May 7 12:40:19 2014In response to after 50 years or so.....Top of thread

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Let's wait and see what happens with the re-configuration of the leagues but if we are put in the Southern League then I can tell you all about my experiences with Frome Town, from watching Weymouth. Watch this space...

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Re: Frome Town

By WeymuffDon (legacy user)8/5/2014 18:26Thu May 8 18:26:40 2014In response to Frome TownTop of thread

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Oh yes those friendly supporters from Frome....it could just be that their inbred supporters only come out for matches against Weymouth(it's like an FA cup final match to them!) but all I will say is that if you don't like Wealdstone fans then you most certainly won't like the scum from Frome!

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Re: Frome Town

By a krinkly (K's) (legacy user)15/5/2014 20:26Thu May 15 20:26:49 2014In response to Re: Frome TownTop of thread

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Isn't Frome rather near Yeovil? That would explain a lot, a disgusting bunch of thugs back in the 70's (at Kettering).

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Re: Frome Town

By Paul Butler (legacy user)8/5/2014 14:34Thu May 8 14:34:20 2014In response to Frome TownTop of thread

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Only thing I know about Frome is it gave us one-time Formula One World Champion Jenson Button!

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Frome Town - an even lesser known fact

By David B (legacy user)8/5/2014 17:40Thu May 8 17:40:08 2014In response to Re: Frome TownTop of thread

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is the home of the famous cricketing Dredge family. Colin – nicknamed Herbie for some reason – used to share the new ball at Somerset with Joel Garner, and also played for football for his hometown team. In the 1970s, he played for the Western League representative XI in a match against the Isthmian League in the OCS Inter-League Cup and scored the only goal.

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Re: Frome Town - an even lesser known fact

By Pink Panther (legacy user)9/5/2014 14:11Fri May 9 14:11:56 2014In response to Frome Town - an even lesser known factTop of thread

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Colin Dredge's "Herbie" nickname comes from his middle name of Herbert. It seems fairly common for cricketers with "old fashioned" or unusual middle names to be known by that name amongst their teammates, e.g. Neil "Harvey" Fairbrother, the former Lancs & England batsman.

Dredge was also nicknamed "The Demon of Frome".

I'll be amazed if our division is reorganised to the extent suggested on that link above. People on that forum enjoy coming up with speculative theories about how the leagues and divisions should be reorganised, but these never seem to be shared by the FA or the various league committees. I reckon we might get one club moving across to us from the Southern League if Hayes & Yeading go into that league; otherwise I don't really see why we should expect anyone other than Tonbridge Angels and the four teams promoted from Divisions 1 North & South.

http://www.pitchero.com/clubs/dulwichhamlet/videos/dulwich-win-the-championship-with-this-goal-by-xavier-vidal-dulwich-hamlet-1--1-burgess-hill-town-on-the-2742013-39661.html

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Re: Frome Town - an even lesser known fact

By Hendonboy (legacy user)10/5/2014 08:37Sat May 10 08:37:41 2014In response to Re: Frome Town - an even lesser known factTop of thread

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Yup, until we hear it from the FA, it's just the speculation of the (excellent) Kempster forum. What they've come up with for makes logical sense, particularly when you see it drawn on a map, but they've often moved clubs that have stayed put in the past or at times kept clubs in place that ended up being moved.

Fairly sure we'll know sometime next week either way.

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Re: Frome Town - an even lesser known fact

By SteveHFC (legacy user)10/5/2014 22:15Sat May 10 22:15:23 2014In response to Re: Frome Town - an even lesser known factTop of thread

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Graham said at this evening's awards that we should find out on Thursday which league we are in.

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