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Fixtures released

By John Fordham (legacy user)17/7/2014 11:48Thu Jul 17 11:48:05 2014

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Home to Bury in first game.

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Re: Fixtures released

By Paul Butler (legacy user)17/7/2014 11:54Thu Jul 17 11:54:39 2014In response to Fixtures releasedTop of thread

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Peacehaven, Margate, Lewes, Bognor and Maidstone away, the five decent trips, all Dec-Feb.

Wingate and poxy Finchley Boxing Day/Easter Monday. East Thurrock away in August instead of somewhere decent. Final away game at bloody Grays. Canvey away on a Tuesday night. Don't think this fixture list could have been any worse.

Bugger!

Full list is now below

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Re: Fixtures released

By Jeff Hill (legacy user)18/7/2014 13:20Fri Jul 18 13:20:07 2014In response to Re: Fixtures releasedTop of thread

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Paul, I share your frustration with some of the away dates. But have you considered going to any of Hendon's games at Earlsmead, there are 23 to choose from? Come on, you know you want to.

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Re: Fixtures released

By Paul Butler (legacy user)19/7/2014 00:18Sat Jul 19 00:18:53 2014In response to Re: Fixtures releasedTop of thread

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I don't think I do want to, not opening that can of worms again, but I can do without travelling two hours and paying my hard earned to stand looking over my shoulder for people who might get offended. I don't like Earlsmead anyway.

If I'm free on New Year's Day, I might go to the away game to Harrow (that'll be 24 games at Earlsmead in the league!)

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Maidstone away

By Pink Panther (legacy user)18/7/2014 11:43Fri Jul 18 11:43:54 2014In response to Re: Fixtures releasedTop of thread

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Personally I'd like to have that fixture in the middle of winter, as it's the one game you know is unlikely to be washed out or frozen off.

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: Maidstone away

By SteveHFC (legacy user)18/7/2014 18:29Fri Jul 18 18:29:50 2014In response to Maidstone awayTop of thread

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Have to agree with Paul's sentiments regarding the seaside trips - I've enjoyed the days out I've had over the past couple of years. It is disappointing they've all fallen in the winter period.

But at the end of the day, we make those trips to hopefully see Hendon pick up 3 points - anything else - walks along the seafront, pubs etc is a bonus for me.

Agree with Pink Panther on Maidstone. All of us who went last season will remember how wet it was, but we all travelled in the knowledge the game would be on, something we can look forward to in the future once we are able to play at SJP.

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Re: Maidstone away

By Paul Butler (legacy user)19/7/2014 00:15Sat Jul 19 00:15:48 2014In response to Re: Maidstone awayTop of thread

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For me, football is about the day out, not just the 90 minutes. Maybe it's that way for me because I'm used to the long haul trips to see Rangers.

23rd August is a prime example for me, of all the places we could go on a lovely summer's day, we get to go to East Thurrock!

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Re: Maidstone away

By Pink Panther (legacy user)27/7/2014 11:14Sun Jul 27 11:14:46 2014In response to Re: Maidstone awayTop of thread

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Dulwich also have to go to Peacehaven (Dec), Lewes & Margate (Jan) and Bognor (Feb) in the middle of winter. I suppose someone must be going there during British Summer Time!

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: Fixtures released

By Paul Butler (legacy user)17/7/2014 12:03Thu Jul 17 12:03:28 2014In response to Re: Fixtures releasedTop of thread

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AUGUST
Sat 9 Bury H
Tue 12 Police A
Sat 16 VCD A
Mon 18 Bognor H
Sat 23 East Thurrock A
Mon 25 Harrow H
Sat 30 Enfield H

SEPTEMBER
Tue 2 Canvey A
Sat 6 Kingstonian A
Mon 8 Peacehaven H
Mon 15 Hampton H
Sat 20 Tonbridge A
Wed 24 Leatherhead A
Sat 27 Billericay H
Tue 30 Hornchurch A

OCTOBER
Sat 4 Lewes H
Sat 11 Witham A
Sat 18 Margate H
Sat 25 Dulwich A

NOVEMBER
Sat 8 Grays H
Sat 15 Leiston A
Sat 22 Bury A
Sat 29 Police H

DECEMBER
Sat 6 Bognor A
Sat 13 VCD H
Sat 20 Maidstone A
Fri 26 Wingate H

JANUARY
Thu 1 Harrow A
Sat 3 East Thurrock H
Sat 10 Enfield A
Sat 17 Canvey H
Sat 24 Kingstonian H
Sat 31 Peacehaven A

FEBRUARY
Sat 7 Lewes A
Sat 14 Hornchurch H
Sat 21 Margate A
Sat 28 Witham H

MARCH
Sat 7 Hampton A
Sat 14 Tonbridge H
Sat 21 Billericay A
Sat 28 Leatherhead H

APRIL
Sat 4 Maidstone H
Mon 6 Wingate A
Sat 11 Dulwich H
Sat 18 Grays A
Sat 25 Leiston H

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Back on the old treadmill

By rwakeley (legacy user)17/7/2014 13:27Thu Jul 17 13:27:07 2014In response to Re: Fixtures releasedTop of thread

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Once things get underway, I don't think the composition of the fixtures makes a jot of difference - we know what to expect. In an ideal world we need to improve on our home form and last season's return of four points out of eighteen, (excluding Wealdstone), in 'derby' matches proved costly.
Our away form was exceptional, and statistically it'g going to be hard to replicate. Having said that, we have proven personnel of whom are a match for anybody.
It's going to be a very tough campaign with a lot evenly hard-fought encounters.
Chomping at the bit!

rwakeley

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