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Urchins Blog: Relief to progress in FA Cup – Romford Recorder


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Urchins Blog: Relief to progress in FA Cup
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We have two other matches before we travel to Hampton as this Saturday we travel to Burgess Hill, who lost 3-0 to our next FA Cup opponents, Hampton & Richmond Borough, on Saturday last. And, by coincidence, their last league match was a 1-1 draw at …

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Urchins Blog: Relief to progress in FA Cup – Romford Recorder


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Urchins Blog: Relief to progress in FA Cup
Romford Recorder
We have two other matches before we travel to Hampton as this Saturday we travel to Burgess Hill, who lost 3-0 to our next FA Cup opponents, Hampton & Richmond Borough, on Saturday last. And, by coincidence, their last league match was a 1-1 draw at …

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Gainsborough Trinity discover next FA Cup opponents – LincolnshireLive


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Gainsborough Trinity discover next FA Cup opponents
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Nantwich and Blyth will meet each other in a replay tomorrow after their 3-3 draw at Nantwich on Saturday. Lee Sinnott's side booked their place by cruising to a 3-0 victory at Halesowen Town, with the goals coming from Shane Clarke, Ashley Worsfold

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Bostik Premier: Burgess Hill Town 0 Hornchurch 3 – Romford Recorder


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Bostik Premier: Burgess Hill Town 0 Hornchurch 3
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And the latest win came after FA Cup success over East Grinstead a week earlier, which earned them a trip to Hampton & Richmond Borough next Saturday. The hosts had the first chance of note but sent a header from a corner wide on 10 minutes. Urchins …

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Hornchurch hope to continue unbeaten streak at Hillians – Romford Recorder


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Hornchurch hope to continue unbeaten streak at Hillians
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I've already got a report on them from the Hampton & Richmond Borough manager (Gary McCann) after they played them in the FA Cup on the weekend.” Burgess Hill Town suffered a 3-0 defeat to Hampton in the second qualifying round of the competition, …

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Burgess Hill Town players are regaining their confidence says … – West Sussex Gazette


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Burgess Hill Town players are regaining their confidence says …
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Burgess Hill Town boss Ian Chapman feels that his side's performances in recent weeks will lead to positive results in the league.

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Burgess Hill Town players are regaining their confidence says manager Chapman – Mid Sussex Times


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Burgess Hill Town players are regaining their confidence says manager Chapman
Mid Sussex Times
Chapman said: “All the time you don't pick up a league win it affects confidence, that's just football. It hits you in the face and it's plain to see and you can't ignore that. “It's about us understanding that it's a 40-odd game season and there are

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Ten Sussex Sides in FA Cup Action – Bowman on the Road – Mid Sussex Times


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Ten Sussex Sides in FA Cup Action – Bowman on the Road
Mid Sussex Times
2) Hampton and Richmond Borough v Burgess Hill, The Beavery, 3pm kick off. Hillians manager Ian Chapman is no stranger to FA Cup success with Burgess Hill Town (Bostik Premier). Over the past five seasons we have enjoyed a whole myriad of magical …

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McCann’s the man who can! New Hampton and Richmond chief is off to a flier – The Non-League Football Paper


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McCann's the man who can! New Hampton and Richmond chief is off to a flier
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By David Richardson. Among all the change at Hampton & Richmond Borough this season their winning mentality has remained the same – and manager Gary McCann says there's more to come. The Beavers could have found themselves visiting the likes of …

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Urchins Blog: Relief to progress in FA Cup – Romford Recorder


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Urchins Blog: Relief to progress in FA Cup
Romford Recorder
We have two other matches before we travel to Hampton as this Saturday we travel to Burgess Hill, who lost 3-0 to our next FA Cup opponents, Hampton & Richmond Borough, on Saturday last. And, by coincidence, their last league match was a 1-1 draw at …

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