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Saturday 19 April 2014 3:21 AM

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Derek Sweetman wants the Port players to come together for their crucial clash against Cheltenham Saracens tomorrow (Saturday).

Port sit third from bottom in the Hellenic Premier Division, having not won a league game since November.

They were thrashed by title-chasing Wantage on Saturday, and while the hosts weren't expected to pick up points, the chasm between the clubs told as


09:00 Fri 18 Apr 2014
Jon Bennett Mark Bartley claims he wasn't in the least bit surprised by Marlow's 7-2 away win at ninth-placed Northwood on Saturday. Afterwards he admitted he 'kind of expected' the result after impressive displays in defeats the
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15:30 Mon 14 Apr 2014
g Struggling Holyport welcomed promotion chasing Wantage Town to Summerleaze on Saturday and the chasm told as the visitors cruised to an emphatic 6-0 win. Three youth team players Toby Grant, Matthew Ensby and Chris Thompson
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16:30 Thu 17 Apr 2014
Graham Malcolm Graham Malcolm has said the Heathens have no excuses for failing to play to their potential in tonight's Wycombe Senior Cup semi-final tie against Holmer Green. Flackwell travel to Green off the back of a
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09:00 Fri 11 Apr 2014
Jake Parsons Holyport are able to match the best sides in the league, but they can't sustain it for 90 minutes, said a disappointed Derek Sweetman after Port's 6-2 defeat to rivals Flackwell Heath. The result leaves
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17:12 Fri 18 Apr 2014
d A brawl which broke out between players and management staff in Saturday's draw with Tonbridge has been dismissed as 'handbags' by the United boss. Midway through the second half an incident involving Bobby Behzadi being
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20:00 Thu 17 Apr 2014
Windsor Windsor FC picked up their first piece of silverware as a newly formed club with Tuesday's 3-0 Berks & Bucks Senior Trophy final victory against Reading Town. The Royalists, whose form of late has been
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17:30 Fri 18 Apr 2014
Johnnie Dyer Neil Baker has said that a Rebels win over Rugby Town tomorrow (Saturday) will almost certainly guarantee them a play-off spot, but said winning the match would be easier said than done. The Rebels stretched
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18:30 Wed 16 Apr 2014
Reading FC boss Nigel Adkins. Royals boss Nigel Adkins said the point gained in Monday's 1-1 draw with promoted Leicester City could prove very valuable come the end of the campaign. The Reading boss anticipates the push for the play-offs
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