The return of fans (finally!)

The return of fans (finally!)

With the Government’s announcement today, fans are set to return to stadiums up and down the county for first time since March. Whilst non-league fans, albeit limited, have experienced a match day atmosphere this season, fans of the National League, English Football League and Premier League are yet to have that but things are about…

ESL set to return in December

ESL set to return in December

With lockdown 2 nearing its expiry date, the Essex Senior League have confirmed it will return on December 5th unless stated otherwise. It’s difficult to see if it will be a definite return as the Government are unsure whether the restrictions would end 3-days earlier. If the league was to resume, 7 games are scheduled…

Its 2020, why not?

Its 2020, why not?

If you thought 2020 couldn’t get any stranger, you would be wrong. National League side Wrexham AFC were subject to the most unusual takeover anyone would have seen, for a while at least as Hollywood stars Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds were approved by the Wrexham Supporters Trust Board. McElhenney, best known for television shows…

It’s Simple Not Elite Enough!

It’s Simple Not Elite Enough!

With the new restrictions imposed across England, once again Non-League and Grassroots football has been put on the back burner with the ‘elite’ category determining whether or not, different levels of football are worth continuing. With that in mind, the only leagues that can continue in England are the Premier League, English Football League (Championship,…

Tough tie in the Cup

Tough tie in the Cup

On Sunday, Harlow Town Ladies won their 5th game of this season’s FA Women’s Cup as they scraped past Royston Town Women in the 3rd Qualifying Round. The Hawks had taken a 3-0 lead after 51-minutes but an unlikely comeback from the Crows was completed in the 93rd minute, sending the game to penalties. Despite…

The Crows await Harlow in the Cup

The Crows await Harlow in the Cup

Harlow Town Ladies have been drawn at home to Royston Town Ladies in the FA Women’s Cup. The Hawks made it to the 3rd Qualifying Round of the FA Women’s Cup for the second consecutive season as they progressed with a 5-1 win over St Ives Town Ladies. Kaydee King had given Harlow an early…

Home at last (in the Cup)

Home at last (in the Cup)

Harlow Town Ladies have been drawn at home in the Second Qualifying Round of the FA Women’s Cup against St Ives Town. The Hawks will face their third fellow-League side having already played Colney Heath and Bowers & Pitsea. The FA Cup journey began away to Runwell Sports as the Hawks progressed after a 6-0…

Cureton given the E’s Job

Cureton given the E’s Job

After briefly taking over the role of Enfield manager following the departure of Matt Hanning last week, Jamie Cureton have been given the permanent role by the Essex Senior League side. In a statement on Wednesday evening, Enfield FC said; Following a board meeting this afternoon, we are delighted to announce that Jamie Cureton has…

Tough Challenges for all three

Tough Challenges for all three

The draw for the Second Qualifying Round of the FA Cup has been made as National League North and South sides enter the competition. Hashtag United, Walthamstow and Stansted found out their fates for the next round of the cup. Hashtag United vs Braintree Town Hashtag United will face a team three levels above them…