Holyport are capable of comfortably finishing outside the relegation places, according to their manager Derek Sweetman.
Speaking after his side's first competitive game for 52 days, a 2-0 defeat at Kidlington on Tuesday,Sweetman said the performance was good enough to convince him his side won't get embroiled in a relegation battle.
Port are currently third from bottom, with 20 points
Port boss Derek Sweetman has asked the Hellenic League to consider extending the season, to prevent teams having to play a 'crippling' number of games.
Holyport have played just three competitive games in nearly 100
Heathens players were 'inconsolable' in the changing room following Saturday's heartbreaking exit from the league cup at the hands of Highworth Town.
Manager Graham Malcolm described the display as one of their best of the
Blues' boss Mark Bartley says that the Marlow players shouldn't struggle for motivation this season, if they want to play their way into his plans for next season's play-off push.
Marlow currently sit 14th in
'Hell of a talent.'
These are the words Johnson Hippolyte chose to describe his match-winner Danny Green after the midfielder scored all four goals in Tuesday night's hugely significant 4-2 win at Tonbridge Angels.
The wheels appear to have fallen off Windsor's title challenge after they stuttered to another defeat, a 3-2 loss at Hanworth Villa on Saturday.
Manager Mick Woodham saw his team race into an early two-goal
NeilBaker insists SloughTown are still fighting for a play-off spot after Tuesday's disappointing 3-1 home defeat against EghamTown.
The Rebels' joint boss claims the race to claim a play-off berth could go right down to