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National League South Season Preview 2017/18 – Part III

 Gloucester City | Hampton and Richmond Borough | Havant and Waterlooville | Hemel Hempstead Town | Hungerford Town

Gloucester City

Founded: 1883 / Ground: Jubilee Stadium

After eight years in the National North and a decade in exile, Gloucester City made a switch to the National South this summer. Consistent mid-table finishers, the Tigers lost their Meadow Park home during the Gloucestershire floods in 2007. Since then they have shared grounds with Forest Green Rovers, Cirencester Town, Cheltenham Town and this year they are homed at Evesham. In October, the Tigers received full planning permission to build a new stadium from the council and hope to build a new legacy.

Last Season

National North: 10th

F.A Cup: 3rd Qualifying Round

F.A Trophy: 3rd Qualifying Round

County Cup: 1st Round

League Top Scorer: Luke Hooper (19 goals)

Average Attendance: 483 (19th in league / 76th in non-league)

The Manager – Tim Harris

Returning to Gloucester City as manager in February 2014, Tim Harris has experience of the National South with Newport County. After a playing career with Shrewsbury Town, Cheltenham Town and Redditch United, Harris has also managed Merthyr Tydfil and Forest Green Rovers. Having experienced both the National North and South, he knows the leagues are equally competitive and his side need to be ready for the new challenge.

The Summer

Will Morford is the man to replace 19 goal striker Luke Hopper, who joined Hungerford Town. Morford will work as a player coach having made the move from Shortwood United. George Forsyth couldn’t break into the Kidderminster Harriers side and will now try to impress for the Tigers. Kieran Parselle joins from Newport County and Alex Harris from Hereford. Over pre-season Edji Mbunga a former Birmingham City youth team forward caught Harris’ eye and has also signed to the club.

Head to Head

Dartford wins: 25 / Gloucester City wins: 12 / Draws: 10

Previous Meetings

07.03.1992 Gloucester City 0 Dartford 0
26.10.1991 Dartford 2 Gloucester City 0
16.03.1991 Dartford 2 Gloucester City 1
29.09.1990 Gloucester City 2 Dartford 0
21.04.1990 Dartford 6 Gloucester City 2
20.01.1990 Gloucester City 0 Dartford 4

Next Meetings

Saturday 18 November 2017 at Princes Park

Saturday 3 March 2018 at Jubilee Stadium

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Hampton and Richmond Borough

Founded: 1921 / Ground: The Beveree

Last season’s pace setters started the campaign scoring for fun until the Beavers lost influential players. Jamal Lowe and Nicke Kabamba moved to League Two champions Portsmouth in January, Hampton and Richmond Borough finished seventh. The disappointment of missing out on the playoffs was short-lived for the 2015/16 Isthmian Premier champions, with Poole Town and Hungerford Town unable to compete, the Beavers were given a second chance losing to Ebbsfleet United in the semi-final.

Last Season

National South: 7th

F.A Cup: 3rd Qualifying Round

F.A Trophy: 3rd Qualifying Round

County Cup: Winners

League Top Scorer: Nicke Kabamba (16 goals)

Average Attendance: 636 (7th in league / 54th in non-league)

The Manager – Alan Dowson

Most of Alan Dowson’s managerial career has been with Kingstonian where he won the Isthmian Division One South. A former defender as a player he entered the managerial world with Walton and Hersham. Dowson was appointed boss of the Beavers nearly three years ago and was joined by Martin Tyler, who he worked with at Kingstonian. He led Hampton and Richmond Borough to the Isthmian Premier title just over a year ago and last term helped the club reach the playoffs.

The Summer

A key change took place during the break with Chairman Steve McPherson stepping down and being replaced by former Gateshead Chairman Graham Wood. Former Dartford midfielder Nathan Collier will don the Beavers shirt once more; he will team up with ex Dartford striker Harry Crawford who joins from Welling United. The signing that has Hampton and Richmond Borough fans talking though is Max Kretzchmar, the 23 year old has experience with Wycombe Wanderers and Woking. Ryan Moss comes in from Kingstonian, Charlie Wassmer from National South champions Maidenhead United and Claudiu Vilcu from Wingate and Finchley. Looking for a goalkeeper nearly all summer, Sam Howes finally put pen to paper after his loan spell with the Beavers last term.

Head to Head

Dartford wins: 4 / Hampton and Richmond Borough wins: 4 / Draws: 0

Previous Meetings

17.04.2017 Dartford 3 Hampton & Richmond Borough 1
29.08.2016 Hampton & Richmond Borough 4 Dartford 1
21.01.2012 Hampton & Richmond Borough 1 Dartford 3
20.08.2011 Dartford 2 Hampton & Richmond Borough 1
19.02.2011 Dartford 0 Hampton & Richmond Borough 4
17.08.2010 Hampton & Richmond Borough 1 Dartford 0

Next Meetings

Saturday 2 September 2017 at The Beveree

Saturday 31 March 2018 at Princes Park

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Havant and Waterlooville

Founded: 1998 / Ground: Westleigh Park

It’s been a roller coaster ride for the Hawks over the last three seasons decided by fine margins. From playoff semi-finalists to unexpected relegation by a single goal, Havant and Waterlooville bounced back by winning the Southern League Premier last term, with help from former Dartford striker Jason Prior who top scored for the Hawks. Havant and Waterlooville have made a swift return to the National South and will be determined to stay up this time round.

Last Season

Southern Premier: 1st

F.A Cup: 3rd Qualifying Round

F.A Trophy: 3rd Qualifying Round

County Cup: 2nd Round

League Top Scorer: Jason Prior (17 goals)

Average Attendance: 713 (2nd in league / 45th in non-league)

The Manager – Lee Bradbury

Lee Bradbury is six years into his managerial career. His playing career spanned sixteen years most notably at Portsmouth, Manchester City and Crystal Palace. The former striker replaced Eddie Howe at AFC Bournemouth as caretaker manager in January 2011 and at that point choose to retire from playing. Although Bradbury reached the playoffs he was dismissed the following campaign after a poor run of results. Since October 2012, he has been in charge at Westleigh Park.

The Summer

Havant and Waterlooville have kept much of the squad that competed in the National South last time. Former Dartford loanee Bradley Tarbuck has been retained along with experienced striker James Hayter. As a former forward himself, Bradbury will know the qualities needed to find the net and this summer he’s signed Matt Tubbs from Eastleigh. The 32 year old made his name with Crawley Town after being spotted at Salisbury City. The striker had successful spells with AFC Wimbledon and Portsmouth before moving around the National League over the last eighteen months.

Head to Head

Dartford wins: 4 / Havant and Waterlooville wins: 3 / Draws: 2

Previous Meetings

19.03.2016 Havant and Waterlooville 0 Dartford 2
05.12.2015 Dartford 4 Havant and Waterlooville 2
17.03.2012 Dartford 3 Havant and Waterlooville 1
07.01.2012 Havant and Waterlooville 1 Dartford 4
18.04.2011 Havant and Waterlooville 1 Dartford 0
14.08.2010 Dartford 2 Havant and Waterlooville 2

Next Meetings

Saturday 12 August 2017 at Westleigh Park

Saturday 13 January 2018 at Princes Park

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Hemel Hempstead Town

Founded: 1885 / Ground: Vauxhall Road

Entering their third successive season in the National South, the Tudors followed up their impressive debut season with a mid-table finish. A year ago, Hemel Hempstead Town ended their campaign one place outside the playoffs, last time out the Hertfordshire side could only manage twelfth. Towards the final stages of last season Hemel Hempstead Town lost their way and whilst they beat teams at the bottom they struggled against those above them.

Last Season

National South: 12th

F.A Cup: 4th Qualifying Round

F.A Trophy: 3rd Qualifying Round

County Cup: Quarter Final

League Top Scorer: Jake Robinson (25 goals)

Average Attendance: 486 (13th in league / 75th in non-league)

The Manager – Dean Brennan

Hemel Hempstead Town were struggling before Dean Brennan’s appointment in May 2012. The Tudors were reprieved from the Southern Premier League two seasons in a row and had not finished higher the fifteenth, in the three campaigns before the Irishman joined the Hertfordshire club. Brennan managed to guide the Tudors to their highest ever position in his first full campaign and had improved on this record ever since. A playoff defeat, a storming Southern Premier League title triumph and an eighth place finish in the National South was bettered by last term’s sixth spot.

The Summer

Dean Brennan is building a squad and must be quietly confident to challenge for the title. Former Dartford striker Charlie Sheringham had a good spell with the Tudors towards the end of last season and he joins permanently to link up with Jordan Parkes again, the pair were together at Ebbsfleet United. Another former Dart, Callum Driver has signed from Maidstone United, the club the Tudors have got Phil Walsh and Laurie Walker from as well. Ismail Yakubu will provide experience after joining from Woking, Tom Hamblin will provide creativity coming in from Wealdstone. The Tudors have also signed Joe Howe from Leatherhead, Taylor Miles from National League champions Lincoln City, Alex Osborn from Whitehawk and David Moyo from Brackley Town. 

Head to Head

Dartford wins: 2 / Hemel Hempstead Town wins: 1 / Draws: 2

Previous Meetings

01.04.2017 Hemel Hempstead Town 2 Dartford 2
12.11.2016 Dartford 2 Hemel Hempstead Town 0
17.10.2015 Dartford 2 Hemel Hempstead Town 2
08.08.2015 Hemel Hempstead Town 1 Dartford 0
16.09.1972 Hemel Hempstead 2 Dartford 9

Next Meetings

Saturday 26 August 2017 at Vauxhall Road

Saturday 17 March 2018 at Princes Park

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Hungerford Town

Founded: 1886 / Ground: Bulpit Lane

Winners of the Southern Premier League playoffs in 2015/16, the Crusaders had an excellent debut season in the National South last term. The surprise package almost gate crashed the playoffs finishing in sixth, but the Berkshire club took a blow when informed that they couldn’t participate in the end of season lottery. Ground grading was below the required standard and like Poole Town, the Crusaders missed out on buying a ticket.

Last Season

National South: 6th

F.A Cup: 3rd Qualifying Round

F.A Trophy: 3rd Qualifying Round

County Cup: Runners Up

League Top Scorer: Stefan Brown (11 goals)

Average Attendance: 318 (18th in league / 125th in non-league)

The Manager – Bobby Wilkinson

In his seventh year as Hungerford Town manager, Bobby Wilkinson has taken the Crusaders to the highest level of football they have competed in. Two playoff victories got Hungerford Town to the National South and in their debut season came so close to another playoff spot. Wilkinson’s foundations in the management trade were put down at a young age when injury cut his playing career short. The Crusaders boss coached and gained experience from the likes of Mark McGhee, Brendan Rogers and Brian McDermott whilst at Reading.

The Summer

Bobby Wilkinson feels that his squad doesn’t need much change claiming they are 95% there. His biggest job was to replace Nat Jarvis who joined Bath City and to do that Wilkinson looked towards Luke Hopper, signing him from Gloucester City. Paul Stonehouse also moves to the Crusaders from Slough Town and Callum Willmoth from Newbury. Most recently, central defender Matt Partridge signed from Basingstoke Town

Head to Head

Dartford wins: 1 / Hungerford Town wins: 1 / Draws: 0

Previous Meetings

14.04.2017 Hungerford Town 2 Dartford 0
27.08.2016 Dartford 2 Hungerford Town 0

Next Meetings

Saturday 5 August 2017 at Princes Park

Saturday 9 December 2017 at Bulpit Lane

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Hemel Hempstead Town v Dartford

This weekend Dartford will be determined to get back to winning ways when they visit Hemel Hempstead Town in the National South.

A six match unbeaten run came to an end on Saturday with defeat at St Albans City, the second time the Saints have beaten the Darts this term. The result leaves Tony Burman’s side still in third place, ten points ahead of Hungerford Town in sixth. Charlie Walker’s second half goal was the difference between the two teams on a disappointing afternoon for the Darts.

Burman was pleased with the opening 45 minutes, he told www.dartfordfc.com: “Our first half performance was good enough going up the slope and against the wind. We created two or three chances which we should of converted”, but felt the game was lost in the second half, he added: “At half time I felt we should of gone on and stamped our authority on the game but unfortunately this did not happen. We have not played badly many times this season but the performance in the second half was well below par”, he continued: “We are all disappointed with the result but as I have said before these things happen at this time of year. We need to move on and prepare ourselves for the next game as we enter the final month of the season”.

Last season, Dartford visited Vauxhall Road on the opening day of the campaign. Having been relegated from the National League, the Darts were taken by surprise in a 1-0 loss, the Tudors goal coming from Ollie Hawkins. In the two fixtures since, both at Princes Park, Dartford drew 2-2 from two goals down and this term won 2-0 thanks to strikes from Danny Harris and Luke Wanadio.

Deren Ibrahim will return from international duty, the goalkeeper was selected in the 5-0 defeat against Bosnia-Herzegovina. Over the last two National South matches, Billy Collings has stood in having been signed on loan from Brighton and Hove Albion. Andy Pugh picked up a knock against Margate and took no part in the defeat last weekend, whilst on loan Millwall striker, Alfie Pavey made a third substitute appearance. Burman also added academy players to the squad in the run in to the end of the season, including Henry Fulton who has featured in a Kent Senior Cup tie.

Hemel Hempstead Town may have lost top scorer Jake Robinson to the Billericay Town revolution, but a familiar face has come in on loan from Dartford’s rivals Ebbsfleet United. Former Dart, Charlie Sheringham has started life at Vauxhall Road on excellent form scoring seven goals since joining in February, including a hat-tick against Gosport Borough. In defence, Callum Driver has also been involved regularly this season having joined on loan from Maidstone United.

In another link with Ebbsfleet United, manager Deam Brennan managed to recapture the services of crowd favourite Jordan Parkes. The striker found getting game time at Stonebridge Road difficult, along with Sheringham, and opted to return to Hemel Hempstead Town this summer. Parkes praised his team mate Sheringham an interview with www.hemelfc.com, he said: “Charlie Sheringham has been brilliant for us since he came in, Charlie was
one of my mates at Ebbsfleet and as soon as Deano said there was a chance for us to bring him in, I was straight on the phone to him persuading him that he would enjoy it here”, he added: “He is definitely enjoying his football and scoring freely. He was exactly the type of player that we needed to bring in, someone that we can use as a target,
who is reliable, works hard and wants to succeed within the game”.

The Tudors will no doubt be playing National South football again next term, but in their second season at this level they have managed to impress as an attacking team. The Hertfordshire club have scored the same as the Darts, but defensively they have shipped in 72 goals, only three teams have leakier defences.

Hemel Hempstead Town’s last home outing ended in a 3-2 victory over Margate with Sheringham scoring a brace. The win was sandwiched between two defeats including a 6-0 thrashing at Bath City. On their day they are capable of recording big wins like the 6-0 thrashing of Gosport Borough and 4-1 triumph over Whitehawk. It’s these results that sum up the Tudors’ campaign where inconsistency leaves them in twelfth place.

Head to Head
Hemel Hempstead Town wins: 1 / Dartford wins: 2 / Draws: 1

Current League Form
Hemel Hempstead Town (LWLDWW)
Lost 0-2 v Concord Rangers (A)
Won 3-2 v Margate (H)
Lost 0-6 v Bath City (A)
Drew 2-2 v Chelmsford City (H)
Won 4-1 v Whitehawk (A)
Won 6-0 v Gosport Borough (A)

Dartford (LWWDWD)
Lost 0-1 v St Albans City (A)
Won 4-0 v Margate (H)
Won 5-3 v Truro City (H)
Drew 1-1 v Concord Rangers (A)
Won 2-0 v Bath City (H)
Drew 0-0 v Welling United (A)

Previous Meetings
Dartford 2 Hemel Hempstead Town 0 (12/11/2016 – National South)
Dartford 2 Hemel Hempstead Town 2 (17/10/2015 – National South)
Hemel Hempstead Town 1 Dartford 0 (08/08/2015 – National South)
Hemel Hempstead 2 Dartford 9 (16/09/1972 – F.A Cup)

Stats
139 – goals scored involving games Hemel Hempstead Town have played this term, the highest in the division at 3.86 goals per game.

102 – Dartford games have featured just over a century of goals at 2.83 goals a match

35 – the Darts have conceded just under one goal a game and have the third best defence in the league, behind the top two in the division

72 – in contrast Hemel Hempstead have let in more than double compared to the Darts, only Gosport Borough, Truro City and Bishop’s Stortford have worse defences

On This Day
April Fools Day, four years ago saw the Darts thrash Woking 4-1 in the National League. Nathan Collier broke the deadlock then Jayden Stockley levelled for the Cards. Lee Noble had Dartford back in front before half time and on the hour Sheringham made the game safe. Noble completed the fine win with a long range free kick. A year later, the Darts fell to a 2-1 loss to Luton Town, Mikkel Suarez scored a rare goal and with twelve minutes remaining it looked as though another upset against the Hatters was developing. Kenny Clark was red carded and with ten men the match turned in Luton Town’s favour. Pelly Ruddock had the Hatters level and now a Premier League star, Andre Gray netted the winner. Dartford’s last away game on 1 April came eleven years ago when they beat Illford 2-0 in the Southern League Division One East.

Dartford v Hemel Hempstead Town

Dartford are back in home action when they host Hemel Hempstead Town for only the second time in the clubs history.

After a steady start to their campaign, the Darts have been in good form over the last couple months and continue to challenge for the playoffs. Their opponents, who like Dartford missed out on a top five finish last season on the final day of the campaign, have struggled to reach the same heights this term.

It’s been over a year since the sides last me with the Darts earning a 2-2 draw Princes Park, in one of the turning points of Dartford’s season. Tony Burman’s side had just lost four games in a row and with questions being asked over the poor and inconsistent form a result was needed. Ryan Hayes’s dramatic injury time equaliser salvaged a point from two goals down. Tom Bradbrook had started the come back after Hemel Hempstead Town were reduced to ten men. The Darts went on an eleven game unbeaten run in the league, their best sequence from last season.

On the opening day of last season, a 1-0 reverse at Vauxhall Road was inflicted on the Darts when Oliver Hawkins powered a first half header beyond Deren Ibrahim. Dartford were unable to find the equaliser on a day where six players made their first competitive appearances.

The Tudors have had a week off to recover from their 3-1 defeat at home to Wealdstone, the Hertfordshire club have lost their last two. Meanwhile, Dartford’s F.A Cup run to the first round meant they had a rearranged fixture on Tuesday against St Albans City.

Dean Brennan’s side have struggled on the road with just one win in eight attempts, they also have the worst defensice record away from home in the National South. However, they have picked up draws against three of the top six on their travels including the 4-4 goal fest at Chelmsford City.

Head to Head

Dartford wins: 1 / Hemel Hempstead Town wins: 1 / Draws: 1

Current League Form
Dartford (LWWWWW)
Lost 0-2 v St Albans City (H)
Won 1-0 v Oxford City (H)
Won 1-0 v Bath City (A)
Won 5-0 v Truro City (A)
Won 2-1 v Concord Rangers (H)
Won 2-0 v Margate (A)

Hemel Hempstead Town (LLWDLW)
Lost 1-3 v Wealdstone (H)
Lost 1-2 v Gosport Borough (H)
Won 2-1 v Concord Rangers (H)
Drew 4-4 v Chelmsford City (A)
Lost 1-2 v Margate (A)
Won 2-0 v Whitehawk (H)

Previous Meetings
Dartford 2 Hemel Hempstead Town 2 (17/10/2015 – National South)
Hemel Hempstead Town 1 Dartford 0 (08/08/2015 – National South)
Dartford 9 Hemel Hempstead Town 2 (16/09/1972 – F.A Cup)

Stats
68 – number of goals in games involving Hemel Heampstead Town at an average of four a match, the highest in the National South this season.

36 – the Darts have seen the second fewest goals behind Whitehawk (33) in matches they have played in this term.

On This Day
Dartford last won at home on 12 November back in 1974 when they beat Boston United 3-1 in an Inter League Challenge Match. The annual fixture between the Southern and Northern League champions was contested over two legs, there was no Conference in those days. The away match took place almost a month later and finished 2-2 securing a 5-3 victory for the Darts. Since the first leg triumph, Dartford have drawn three of their four home games on 12 November which included a 0-0 stalemate with Bedworth United (1983 – Southern Premier League), a 1-1 draw with Canterbury City (1994 – Kent League) and five years ago, they shared the points with Weston-Super-Mare in the National South with the game ending 1-1.

National League South Season Preview 2016/2017 (H-M)

 Hampton and Richmond Borough | Hemel Hempstead Town | Hungerford Town | Maidenhead United | Margate

Hampton and Richmond Borough

Founded: 1921 / Ground: The Beveree

Pushed right to the final day of the Isthmian Premier League campaign, Hampton and Richmond Borough won the title with 0-0 draw at home to Enfield Town in their last game. Amassing an impressive 95 points, the Middlesex club scored 105 goals to return to the National South after a four year absence. Seven consecutive victories in January and February applied pressure to the front runners and from the first week in March they held on to top spot. The only weakness shown was a below par record away from home against the top eight adding to the excitement of a closely ran title race with Bognor Regis Town. Borough became the first team to win the Isthmian Premier League twice since the non league pyramid was reformed in 2004. 

Last SeasonHampton-Richmond-badge

Isthmian Premier: 1st

F.A Cup: 1st Qualifying Round

F.A Trophy: 3rd Qualifying Round

County Cup: Quarter-Final

League Top Scorer: Nicke Kabamba (18 goals)

The Manager – Alan Dowson

Most of Alan Dowson’s managerial career has been with Kingstonian where he won the Isthmian Division One South. The K’s almost went up twice more but playoff defeats prevented progress. A former defender as a player he entered the managerial world with Walton and Hersham starting out as Player Manager. Dowson was appointed boss of Hampton and Richmond nearly two years ago and was joined by commentator Martin Tyler, who worked with Dowson at Kingstonian. After a mid-table finish in his first season he claimed another title taking the Beavers up as Isthmian Premier League champions last term. 

Head to Head

Dartford wins: 3 / Hampton and Richmond Borough wins: 3 / Draws: 0

Previous Meetings

21.01.2012 Hampton & Richmond Borough 1 Dartford 3
20.08.2011 Dartford 2 Hampton & Richmond Borough 1
19.02.2011 Dartford 0 Hampton & Richmond Borough 4
17.08.2010 Hampton & Richmond Borough 1 Dartford 0
27.09.2008 Dartford 0 Hampton & Richmond Borough 1
19.09.1970 Hampton 0 Dartford 1

Next Meetings

Monday 29 August 2016 at the Beveree Stadium

Monday 17 April 2017 at Princes Park

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Hemel Hempstead Town

Founded: 1885 / Ground: Vauxhall Road

Another solid season saw the Tudors finish in their highest ever league position. Despite gaining a point less than the previous campaign, Hemel Hempstead Town almost made the playoffs. Back to back defeats at the end of the season finally cost the club along with too many draws over the entire season. What the Tudors did occasionally bring to the league were high scoring matches most notably a 5-5 draw with Weston-Super-Mare, the highest score draw ever in the National South. In the end the campaign was pleasing for Hemel Hempstead Town who improved their final league standing for the fourth consecutive year. 

Hemel_Hempstead_Town_F.CLast Season

National South: 6th

F.A Cup: 3rd Qualifying Round

F.A Trophy: 1st Round

County Cup: 2nd Round

League Top Scorer: Jamie Slabber (12 goals)

The Manager – Dean Brennan

Hemel Hempstead Town were struggling before Dean Brennan’s appointment in May 2012. The Tudors were reprieved from the Southern Premier League two seasons in a row and had not finished higher the fifteenth, in the three campaigns before the Irishman joined the Hertfordshire club. Brennan managed to guide the Tudors to their highest ever position in his first full campaign and had improved on this record ever since. A playoff defeat, a storming Southern Premier League title triumph and an eighth place finish in the National South was bettered by last term’s sixth spot. 

Head to Head

Dartford wins: 1 / Hemel Hempstead Town wins: 1 / Draws: 1

Previous Meetings

17.10.2015 Dartford 2 Hemel Hempstead Town 2
08.08.2015 Hemel Hempstead Town 1 Dartford 0
16.09.1972 Hemel Hempstead 2 Dartford 9

Next Meetings

Saturday 12 November 2016 at Princes Park

Saturday 1 April 2017 at Vauxhall Road

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Hungerford Town

Founded: 1886 / Ground: Bulpit Lane

A new face at National South level achieved promotion through the Southern Premier League playoffs. Set to play at their highest level during a 130 year history, the Crusaders having only just been plotting their rise through the leagues after years of struggle. The Berkshire club were amongst the top five from October onwards and a solid defence which kept an impressive 22 clean sheets gave them solid foundations. Hungerford Town beat Hitchin Town 3-2 in the semi-final having been two goals down. In the final they won 2-1 against Leamington and once more had to come from behind, like the semi-final the winner came five minutes from time. Now the club step into the unknown. 

Last SeasonHungerfordTownFC

Southern Premier: 4th

F.A Cup: 1st Qualifying Round

F.A Trophy: 2nd Round

County Cup: 1st Round

League Top Scorer: Nathaniel Jarvis (19 goals)

The Manager – Bobby Wilkinson

Took to coaching at a young age due to an injury in his playing career, the former Reading and Fulham player worked under Mark McGhee, Brendon Rogers and Brian McDermott. Bobby Wilkinson has also been part of the Royals backroom team before gaining non-league experience at Didcot Town Reserves, Kintbury Rangers and Milton United. Wilkinson has been in charge of Hungerford Town now for six years and has taken the Berkshire club to their highest ever level of football. He has overseen two playoff final victories to take the Crusaders from the Southern League Division One South and West to the National South and has been highly praised for his work. 

Head to Head

Dartford wins: 0 / Hungerford Town wins: 0 / Draws: 0

Next Meetings

Saturday 27 August 2016 at Princes Park

Saturday 15 April 2017 at Bulpit Lane

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Maidenhead United

Founded: 1870 / Ground: York Road

One of a handful of clubs hoping to achieve at least a playoff spot last season, Maidenhead United blew hot and cold. The Magpies had the second best home record behind champions Sutton United. For a team that managed a seventh place finish that meant their away form wasn’t so impressive. The Berkshire side drifted in and out of the top five mainly due to the amount of fixtures rescheduled due to postponements and ground sharing with Hayes and Yeading United. Strangely enough it was the Winter snap when they suffered, going on a run of one win in thirteen. When the Magpies faced a fixture backlog they handled the schedule better, bringing themselves into the playoff race they fell just short. 

Maidenhead United

Last Season

National South: 7th

F.A Cup: 1st Round

F.A Trophy: 2nd Round

County Cup: Quarter-final

League Top Scorer: Dave Tarpey (16 goals)

The Manager – Alan Devonshire

In a second spell with Maidenhead United, Alan Devonshire first managed the club back in 1996. The former F.A Cup winner as a player with West Ham United earned a few cup triumphs with the Magpies at league and county level as a manager. Devonshire then led the Berkshire club to promotion in 2000 to the Isthmian Premier League. The 60 year old had even more success at Hampton and Richmond Borough then Braintree Town getting both sides up the non-league pyramid. Last summer he returned to Maidenhead United for part two and missed out on a top five place. Capped eight times for England, Devonshire has built a good reputation in the dugout and has plenty of experience. 

Head to Head

Dartford wins: 7 / Maidenhead United wins: 2 / Draws: 3

Previous Meetings

02.04.2016 Dartford 2 Maidenhead United 0
15.03.2016 Maidenhead United 2 Dartford 1
31.03.2012 Dartford 2 Maidenhead United 1
13.03.2012 Maidenhead United 1 Dartford 1
30.04.2011 Maidenhead United 2 Dartford 3
05.03.2011 Dartford 3 Maidenhead United 0

Next Meetings

Saturday 3 September 2016 at Princes Park

Saturday 17 December 2016 at York Road

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Margate

Founded: 1896 / Ground: Hartsdown Park

One more goal conceded would have sent the Gate back down to the Isthmian Premier League. Staring relegation in the face Havant and Waterlooville let in a goal twenty minutes time against Weston-Super-Mare moving Margate outside the drop zone. When Margate let in another, to go 2-0 down against Bath City, one more goal would have been disastrous. Although it took a while to get used to the National South the Kent club’s wheels well and truly fell off when they lost their backing. Terry Brown departed in December and Nikki Bull earned the manager’s job when he won eight out of the next eleven, drawing twice. Weeks of rumours about Bob Laslett, the owner stepping down led to a downturn in form and in March he finally stood down. In this period of uncertainly the Gate lost ten in a row before the penultimate game which gave them a lifeline, a 4-3 win at home to Hemel Hempstead Town. 

MargateFCLast Season

Conference South: 19th

F.A Cup: 4th Qualifying Round

F.A Trophy: 3rd Qualifying Round

County Cup: 1st Round

League Top Scorer: Freddie Ladapo (12 goals)

The Manager – Nikki Bull

With only seven months managerial experience Nikki Bull has had to learn quickly. When he replaced Terry Brown in December 2015, the Gate were not heading in the direction the owners had hoped for. Bull improved results and his side climbed the National South, until their backer pulled out. Life in a difficult environment began and in the end Bull kept Margate in the division. The former Aldershot Town goalkeeper played most of his career in Hampshire making almost 300 appearances for the Shots, where he won promotion to the Football League. He also spent a few years at Wycombe Wanderers making over a century of appearances and was part of the promotion winning team five years ago.  

Head to Head

Dartford wins: 45 / Margate wins: 42 / Draws: 29

Previous Meetings

28.12.2015 Dartford 1 Margate 1
29.08.2015 Margate 0 Dartford 2
23.03.2010 Dartford 0 Margate 1
18.08.2009 Margate 0 Dartford 4
07.03.2009 Margate 2 Dartford 2
02.12.2008 Dartford 3 Margate 2

Next Meetings

Tuesday 13 September 2016 at Hartsdown Park

Tuesday 21 March 2017 at Princes Park

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Dartford v Hemel Hempstead Town

Dartford return to action this weekend by hosting Hemel Hempstead Town for the first time in their history.

On the opening day of the season, a 1-0 reverse at Vauxhall Road was inflicted on the Darts when Oliver Hawkins powered a first half header beyond Deren Ibrahim. Dartford were unable to find the equaliser on a day where six players made their first competitive appearances.

Three weeks ago, an unexpected early F.A Cup exit has given the Darts a week to rest from their 2-1 defeat at Wealdstone. Dartford entered their last fixture having lost to Oxford City, Truro City in National South and Uxbridge in the cup, who play two levels below the Darts.

The away trip to Wealdstone ended in more disappointment with the Darts finding themselves two down. Goals either side of half time by Tom Hamblin and Shaun Lucien made the afternoon difficult for Burman’s side. Tom Bradbrook headed a consolation in off the crossbar to net his seventh of the season.

The loss has increased the pressure on Tony Burman after four straight defeats in all competitions; however the board continue to back their man.

The management team are desperate to lift the ‘dark cloud’ which has gathered over the club over the last two seasons. Burman told www.kentonline.co.uk: “We’re all frustrated and unhappy with the results but we’ve got to come through this hard time.”

With a focus on bringing through academy players, the board and Burman know this season will be one of transition, he commented: “We’ve got to understand where we are at the moment and we’ve got to get behind people. There are young players in the team and they’re a bit shot at the moment because of what they might have heard around the place. They’re under a little bit of pressure”.

He continued: “They get confidence from training and the dressing room but they’ve got to learn about the bigger picture and get used to playing in front of bigger crowds. There is pressure that comes with that and I’m sure they will get past this stage”.

To add insult to what has already been a difficult campaign, the Darts defensive line has been hit by injuries and suspensions. Lee Burns damaged ankle ligaments in training, Ronnie Vint was admitted to hospital and missed the Wealdstone match with a suspected stomach ulcer and Tom Gardiner is suspended following his red card in the shock F.A Cup defeat against Uxbridge. The lack of options could see captain Elliot Bradbrook be part of the back four alongside Callum McNaughton, Mark Onyemah and Tom Wynter.

Hemel Hempstead Town visit Princes Park after back to back fixtures against Sutton United. The Tudors kept their unbeaten away record in the National South with a 2-2 draw against the U’s.

With a delayed kickoff, Hemel Hempstead Town were made to work for another league point. Dan Fitchett put Sutton United in front and doubled the lead before half time. The Tudors fought back with a goal from James Potton then the equaliser came from the spot, Ben Herd making the scores level.

Last weekend the two teams met again in the F.A Cup third qualifying round which also ended in a draw. Potton scored again but his strike was cancelled out by Ross Stearn’s. The Tudors lost the replay 2-1 missing out on a fourth qualifying round tie with National League side Aldershot Town.

The Tudors finished ninth last term and are currently one place higher, three points behind the playoff places. The Hertfordshire club have lost once in their last six National South fixtures but have only picked up one victory.

Head to Head

Dartford wins: 1 / Hemel Hempstead Town wins: 1 / Draws: 1

Current League Form

Dartford (LLLWDL) Hemel Hempstead (DLWDDD)
Wealdstone  A  1-2 Sutton United  A  2-2
Truro City  H  0-1 Bishop’s Stortford  H  1-2
Oxford City  A  1-2 Hayes & Yeading United  H  4-0
Weston-Super-Mare  H  2-1 Bath City  A  1-1
Bath City  A  0-0 Basingstoke Town  H  2-2
Ebbsfleet United  H  0-1 St Albans City  A  2-2

Previous Meetings (* – F.A Cup)

08.08.2015 Hemel Hempstead Town 1 Dartford 0
16.09.1972* Hemel Hempstead Town 2 Dartford 9

Stats

8 – Hemel Hempstead Town are unbeaten away from home in eight games in all competitions, equalling their best away record of each of the last two seasons.

13 – number of away goals scored by Hemel Hempstead Town in the National South this term, only Oxford City have netted more.

58 – Tom Bradbrook has scored 58% of Dartford’s goals in all competitions this season, scoring 7 in thirteen appearances.

138 – Dean Brennan and Stuart Maynard have now led the Tudors for 138 league games since their appointment, the longest serving Tudors management in the last 30 years.

1098 – Dartford’s average home attendance after six games is five supporters more at the same stage last season.

On This Day

Dartford’s last fixtures on 17 October were away from home. In 2009, the Darts beat Sittingbourne 1-0 in the F.A Trophy first qualifying round with a goal from Alan Tait. A gentleman’s agreement prevented Deren Ibrahim from guarding the Sittingbourne goal, the side Dartford loaned him out to. Three years earlier the Darts lost 2-1 to Tooting and Mitcham United in the Isthmian Division One South and in 1998 Andover were beaten 3-1 at home in the Southern League Southern Division. There has been some big victories on this day, notably a 7-0 F.A Cup second qualifying round win over Harrow Borough in 1970. The biggest of all was in a friendly when the Darts beat Old Wilkinson 18-0 way back in 1891.

Hemel Hempstead Town v Dartford

Dartford are set for the season opener at Hemel Hempstead Town this weekend after a three year absence from the National League South.

Relegation last term from the Conference Premier, now the National League left manager Tony Burman with some rebuilding to do. Eight new faces will be part of this season’s squad and they hope to get off to the perfect start when they travel to Vauxhall Road.

Burman realises the spending power has shifted towards other teams in the league making this campaign tougher, he told www.kentonline.co.uk: “We’ve got to be realistic with our aims”, he added: “People have strengthened with players who should be playing League football, let alone the National League, and they’re playing in National South”, he continued: “I’d like to think that come the end of the season, we’re there or therabouts trying to get into that playoff place”.

An unbeaten pre-season against lower league teams consisted of five wins and a draw. New number one goalkeeper Deren Ibrahim only conceded one goal, a promising start for the 24 year old who has finally got his opportunity as first choice goalkeeper.

In front of Ibrahim, the Darts welcome a brand new fresh looking defence which has already suffered a blow. Danny Fitzsimons, signed from Luton Town picked up a long term injury ruling him out of the trip to Hertfordshire. Mark Onyemah also arrives from the Hatters in a loan deal and will join former West Ham United defender Callum McNaughton, ex Hibernian player Tom Gardiner and Ronnie Vint, who has been promoted from the academy.

In a familiar looking midfield last season’s Player of the Year, Lee Noble will be joined by captain Elliot Bradbrook, winger Ryan Hayes, Danny Harris and new signings Jack Simmons from Canvey Island and Barry Cogan from Dover Athletic. Becka-Ka Dembele and Ebrima Adams follows in Vint’s footsteps from the academy. Marvin Hamilton briefly played for Hemel Hempstead Town in 2011/12 and joins after a spell at Dartford’s next opponents Eastbourne Borough.

A regular goalscorer has been a problem area for Tony Burman and so the front line has been strengthened. Andy Pugh, prolific at this level with Welling United and Tom Bradbrook remain part of the plans. Added to the strike force is former Barnet forward George Sykes. The versatile Lee Burns has agreed a new contract but over the summer continued with his work commitments which saw him leave last season early.

The Tudors finished in a respectable ninth last term after promotion in the previous campaign. Their successful debut season in the National League South was helped by top scorer Jordon Parkes, who left for Ebbsfleet United in the summer. Manager, Dean Brennan has replaced Parkes with former Bromley striker Jamie Slabber. John Frendo who top scored for St Albans City has also moved to Vauxhall Road. The Tudors can also boast an ex Premier league midfielder in Matthew Spring.

Brennan is keen to build on last season’s performance, the 35 year old commented: “We take the cups as a bonus, but we’ve set targets for the league. We don’t want to be bystanders in this division, we want to improve on last season. It’s definitely a tougher division though, with some well established non-league clubs with large support bases.”

The Irishman respects the Darts having been a division apart last term, he told www.hemelfc.com: “I watched them play near the end of last season, against Gateshead, and I was impressed with them. Dartford are a powerful side with dynamic speed. It’s a big jump from this league to the next, so I understand the circumstances that led to them being here. Their manager knows this division well, they’ve great travelling support and it’ll be a fantastic opening game for us”.

Hemel Heampstead Town have already began their competitive campaign having played Hitchin Town on Monday in the Hertfordshire Charity Cup.  Willie Gnahore scored a brace as the Tudors went on to win 2-0.

It’s been 43 years since the Darts last faced Saturday’s opponents in the F.A Cup first qualifying round. Managed by Doug Holden, Dartford went on to record a 9-2 away victory to progress in the cup.

Team News

Dartford are already without one of their summer recruits, Danny Fitzsimons will be out of action for months and potentially the whole season. Lee Burns is unlikely to feature having missed pre season due to work commitments. Ronnie Vint is a doubt with a groin problem. With three full backs missing Marvin Hamilton and Mark Onyemah are favourites to make their débuts.

Hemel Hempstead Town could line up with the side that beat Hitchin Town. Ed Asafu-Adjaye is out for another six weeks, John Frendo could be missing for up to four weeks. James Potton, Jamie Slabber and Jamie Butler are all fighting to get fit in time. Matthew Spring will not be available due family commitments.

 

National League South Season Preview 2015/2016 – Part Three

Gosport Borough | Havant and Waterlooville | Hayes and Yeading | Hemel Hempstead Town

Gosport Borough

Founded: 1944 / Ground: Privett Park

The last two seasons have seen Gosport Borough excel after a second rise from the Wessex League. The Borough had previously worked their way up the non league pyramid in the eighties before returning to their regional division in 1992. The Hampshire club had to do it all again and were rewarded with a sixth place finish setting a club record. Last season, the Borough also made their first appearance in the F.A Cup first round bowing out in an entertaining 6-3 defeat against League One Colchester United. In the season before Gosport Borough were award with Non League Newspaper’s Cup Run of the Year, the Hampshire club reached Wembley for the first time losing the F.A Trophy final to Cambridge United.

Gosport_BoroughLast Season

Conference South: 6th

F.A Cup: 1st Round

F.A Trophy: 2nd Round

County Cup: Winners

League Top Scorer: Justin Bennett (24 goals)

Average Attendance: 532

The Manager – Alex Pike

At a local level and now beyond the Wessex League, Alex Pike has been successful. He became the youngest manager to win the F.A Vase when he guided Wimborne to victory, in the same season he won Wessex League and Dorset Senior Cup, not bad for a first full season as a boss. Spells at Bournemouth F.C, AFC Lymington and Hamworthy United took Pike through twenty years in football management. Over the last ten he has been at Gosport Borough winning the Wessex League in 2006/07. Five years later, the Borough were promoted to the Southern Premier League via the playoffs and repeated the feat again to reach the Conference South the following season. Pike led Gosport Borough to the F.A Trophy final in 2013/14 losing to non league double winners Cambridge United.

The Summer

Hampshire has been a happy hunting ground for new recruits. Pike has taken two from Havant and Waterlooville by signing Perry Ryan and Ryan Woodford. Relegated from the Conference South last term Adam Brice joins from Farnborough, whilst TJ Cuthbertson comes in from 2013/2014 F.A Vase winners AFC Sholing. Pike has also persuaded Bradey Norton from Fareham Town and Ryan Scott from AFC Totton. Outside of Hampshire, Jamie White has signed from Sutton United and Dean Stow from Hungerford Town. Last season’s top goalscorer Justin Bennett remains at Privett Park.

Last Meetings Versus The Darts

24 October 1989 – Gosport Borough 0 Dartford 1
Three days before Gosport Borough, the Darts lost their first league game of the season at home to Burton Albion. In a month full of cup fixtures, this rare Southern Premier League affair got the Darts back on track with a single goal victory.

22 August 1989 – Dartford 5  Gosport Borough 1
Having finished the last two season’s as runners up Dartford were amongst the favourites for promotion. Peter Taylor’s late eighties squad won their second home match of the campaign in style, keeping their perfect start to 1989/90 going.

Next Meetings

Saturday 22 August 2015 at Princes Park

Saturday 30 January 2016 at Privett Park

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Havant and Waterlooville

Founded: 1998 / Ground: Westleigh Park

Merged in 1998 when Havant Town and Waterlooville joined forces, the Hawks won promotion under their new guise at the first attempt. Since then Havant and Waterlooville have played at the same level making the upcoming campaign their seventeenth consecutive season. Three years ago their status was under threat and an injury time winner on the final day ensured the Hawks avoided relegation. Since the Hampshire club’s scare, results on the pitch have improved with an F.A Trophy semi final appearance followed by last season’s semi final Playoff defeat to eventual winners Boreham Wood. The Hawks will be eyeing up a top five finish in this seasons National League South campaign.

Last Season

Conference South: 5th

F.A Cup: 1st Round

F.A Trophy: 2nd Round

County Cup: 3rd Round

League Top Scorer: Scott Donnelly (15 goals)

Average Attendance: 628

The Manager – Lee Bradbury

One of the most high profile managers in this season’s National League South, Lee Bradbury is only four years into his managerial career. His playing career spanned sixteen years most notably at Portsmouth, Manchester City and Crystal Palace. The former striker replaced Eddie Howe at AFC Bournemouth as caretaker manager in January 2011 and at that point choose to retire from playing. Although Bradbury reached the playoffs he was dismissed the following campaign after a poor run of results. Since October 2012, the 40 year old has been in charge at Westleigh Park and in his two full season’s the Hawks have finished sixth and fifth and reached the F.A Trophy semi-final.

The Summer

James Hayter adds experience to the Hawks forward line this season, the 36 year old has won three Football League playoff finals and made over 700 appearances in the Championship down to League Two. The former AFC Bornemouth, Doncaster Rovers and Yeovil Town striker also holds the record for the fastest Football League hat-trick. Hayter could be partnered by 32 year old up front Marvin Morgan, the former Shrewsbury Town and Plymouth Argyle man returns to non league after early career appearances with Wealdstone, Yeading and Woking. Adrian Clifton left the rebuilding at Maidenhead United to join Havant and Waterlooville and ex Gosport Borough duo Matthew Patterson and Lee Molyneaux also join the club. Former Dartford winger Ben Swallow signed a new contract and along with another experienced midfielder Brain Stock, formerly of Doncaster Rovers.

Last Meetings Versus The Darts

17 March 2012 – Dartford 3 Havant and Waterlooville 1 – view highlights

Sam Pearce put the visitors ahead and Scott Jones missed a penalty, which only served to stir the home side into action. Dartford bounced back with three goals without reply with the first coming from Lee Noble. With nine minutes remaining Danny Harris bundled in the second and to seal victory Luke Wilkinson scored his first for the Darts.

7 January 2012 – Havant and Waterlooville 1 Dartford 4 – view highlights

A convincing away triumph started when Elliot Bradbrook’s surging run through the middle of the pitch gave Dartford the lead. Before half time that lead had doubled with a cheeky Danny Harris lob. The same two added a further two but not before Scott Jones temporarily put the Hawks back in the game.

Next Meetings

Saturday 5 December 2015 at Princes Park

Saturday 19 March 2016 at Westleigh Park

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Hayes and Yeading

Founded: 2007 / Ground: York Road

Another club formed by a merger, Hayes and Yeading United are currently groundsharing with Maidenhead United. In their second campaign as Hayes and Yeading United they won promotion to the Conference Premier via the playoffs. Tipped to get relegated United held their own surviving comfortably. Three seasons at the top of non league ended in 2012 and since returning to the Conference South the Middlesex club has continued to struggle. Reprieved two years ago, due to the demise of Hereford United in the division above, Hayes and Yeading United battled against relegation last term as well. Once the new stand has been built at Beaconsfield Road, moving back home could lead to much needed optimism.

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Conference South: 19th

F.A Cup: 2nd Qualifying Round

F.A Trophy: 1st Round

County Cup: Semi Final

League Top Scorer: Pat Cox (6 goals)

Average Attendance: 271

The Manager – Tristan Lewis

Appointed interim manager last season after Phil Babb left by mutual consent, Tristan Lewis has been given his opportunity. Lewis arrived at Hayes and Yeading in 2011 as an Assistant Manager from Reading. With a background in youth development he has won National titles as well as the Conference Youth Alliance. Guiding United to safety last term, on a limited budget, was an achievement in itself and with the development of their new home the task will be made just as challenging for Lewis for the forthcoming campaign. A rookie manager with an honest and hands on approach is hoping he can quickly gain support from the York Road terraces for now.

The Summer

United have had a thin squad for most of the summer break but Lewis wasted no time in making his first signing. Max Worsfold joined from relegated Staines Town as well as Harry Grant from fellow relegated side Farnborough. Former Ebbsfleet United and Boreham Wood striker Michael Thalassitis had a spell with Hayes and Yeading on loan three years ago and returns to the Middlesex club. Yado Mambo signed from Chelmsford City along with 19 year old goalkeeper Magnus Norman on loan from Fulham and Jhai Dillon from Stevenage.

Next Meetings

Saturday 31 October 2015 at Princes Park

Saturday 9 January 2016 at York Road

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Hemel Hempstead Town

Founded: 1885 / Ground: Vauxhall Road

Eight years in the Southern Premier League ended in style when the Tudors breezed to the title. The near misses of two playoff semi finals and a final as well as relegation battles, including one reprieve, Hemel Hempstead Town were always in the thick of the action. When the Hertfordshire club did win the Southern Premier League they dominated the division racking up an impressive 102 points and scoring an incredible 128 goals. Now playing at the highest level the club has ever been, the Tudors were guaranteed to set their highest ever finish last term. Respectably they finished in a healthy ninth place to secure another campaign in the National League South.

Hemel_Hempstead_Town_F.CLast Season

Conference South: 9th

F.A Cup: 1st Round

F.A Trophy: 3rd Round

County Cup: Winners

League Top Scorer: Jordan Parkes (21 goals)

Average Attendance: 574

The Manager – Dean Brennan

Seventeen clubs in a playing career and only one club as manager, Dean Brennan is just 35 years old and has been in charge at Vauxhall Road since May 2012. The Irishman has turned Hemel Hempstead Town’s fortunes around. In the three season’s before he joined the club finished no higher than fifteenth which included two successive reprieves from the Southern Premier League. In his first full season with the Tudors, Brennan helped the club to their highest ever finish losing the playoff final after coming fourth. Hemel Hempstead Town went a step further the following season taking the Southern Premier League title with an astonishing 128 goals and 102 points.

The Summer

Replacing last season’s top scorer Jordan Parkes has been the top priority in the summer. Jamie Slabber has a reasonable goalscoring record at this level with Eastleigh, Chelmsford City, Sutton United and recently champions Bromley, he will be at Vauxhall Road hoping to continue his record. John Frendo netted eleven times for St Albans City last term and also bolsters the Tudors front line. Matthew Spring won promotion with Watford to the Premier League nine years ago and will provide creativity in midfield having spent last term at St Neots Town. Central defender Terrell Forbes will add experience having played for Queens Park Rangers and Yeovil Town, making over 100 appearances at both clubs. Ben Herd comes in from promotion winners Boreham Wood, Herd was part of the Wood team that won last season’s playoffs. England C representative Jamie Butler joins from Concord Rangers and Jamal Lowe follows Frendo from St Albans City.

Last Meeting Versus The Darts

16 September 1972 – Hemel Hempstead 2 Dartford 9 

In the F.A Cup First Qualifying Round, Dartford were drawn out against Athenian Division Two side Hemel Hempstead. The Darts of the Southern Premier League had a new boss at the helm in Doug Holden. After a slow start to the campaign a comprehensive away win ensured progression in the cup.

Next Meetings

Saturday 8 August 2015 at Vauxhall Road

Saturday 17 October 2015 at Princes Park

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