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OK; the prospect of hosting Faversham isn’t away to South Park exciting, but it is exciting all the same.
Tonight Dorking Wanderers host our old friends from Kent in the Ryman South play-off semifinal. Early tweets suggested it would be advance ticket only but I am sure if you get there early enough you may be in luck. I have my ticket: so there.
Kick off at 7.45. See you there!
So, here we go into the last game of the season. Leatherhead, 10th and can climb no higher, play 17th place Harrow (who can climb one place) in this exciting fixture.
Operation Merstham is still very much in own hands though as we are two points ahead, but with an inferior goal difference so a point won’t do.
Kick off at 3pm. Directions can be found here. Good luck fellas.
Leatherhead lose their last home game thanks to a swift move from the visitors and poor penetration from the hosts.
The game pretty much had the same pattern all the way through. Leatherhead built attacks through the endeavor of Mahal but all too often there was no support in the box to pose any threat. Farnborough probed but on the whole we looked comfortable. Wells was forced into a couple of fingertip saves and their goal was a powerful finish from a purposeful run to the byline.
The only thing that changed was Farnborough were keen to time waste at every opportunity once they took the lead. Who can blame them when a double relegation looms over them.
The introduction of Walsh did boost our presence in the box but the telling touch still eluded us. 1-0 it ended and good luck to Farnborough with their great escape.
Leatherhead have the grim task of potentially delivering the final blow to Farnborough’s hopes of “survival”. They are relegated no matter what it seems but relegation from this league will mean the punishment will send them into the Combined Counties. That stand behind the goal looked rather empty when we visited, I dread to think what it will look like when Epsom & Ewell visit!
Leatherhead meanwhile continue to aim for tenth place. It looked unlikely but a midweek comeback has put us in with a chance. Hopefully The Lip’s Player of the Season, Ryan Mahal, can show some of the good form that won him the votes to secure three points today.
Kick off at 3pm. See you there.
Leatherhead travel to Harrow based Hendon for tonight’s league encounter. After giving themselves Saturday off, Leatherhead should be well rested for the game.
Hendon are in a group of three teams on 48 points who will be looking nervously over their shoulder at Farnborough. So they should do to, they haven’t won since February.
Kick off at 7:45. Directions can be found here. Good luck fellas.