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By James Edwards UCFB
2018-19 Divisional Constitution
Boreham Wood FC win 'Champion of Champions' Trophy for 2nd consectutive season
Chester Claim U19 Alliance League Cup Glory
League Cup Final sponsored by UCFB
Barking crowned champions of Division C
Top 2 in action in Division I on Wednesday 25th April
Three horse race for the title in Division D
Barking pick up vital victory in Division C
Dvision I remains tight as the top as the season draws to a close.
Chester win comfortably to finish league season unbeaten in Division K
Goals galore in Division D
Chester and FC Halifax Town reach the League Cup Final
Phoenix Sports clinch Division G title with narrow victory over Brentford Bees
Dulwich Hamlet close the gap at the top of Division G
 

Table toppers West Ham once again proved why they are the team to beat in the division when they managed to score eleven against AFC Hornchurch, the win is West Hamís 8th of the season and keeps them in first place for the time being, while they are being closely followed Boreham Wood Blues with only 1 point separating the two teams. The loss keeps Hornchurch on 6 points and in 9th place, Hornchurch will be hoping to change their fortunes next week when they get a visit from 7th placed division F side Wealdstone in the league cup (2pm Kick Off, AFC Hornchurch). West hamís next game is against Oxford City in the league cup, who are also top of their respectful division (E). The game against the two teams could be the fixture to watch out for on Wednesday 13th December (2pm Kick Off, West Ham Foundation Ground).

Unbeaten Second placed side Boreham continued to place pressure on West Ham when they managed to beat Grays Athletic 4-1, Boreham continue their 8-game unbeaten streak managing to only concede 9 goals in the games. Grays who currently sit in 5th place was unable to beat a very strong Boreham wood side. Grays who will travel to 4th place Dagenham and Redbridge next Wednesday, will look to beat the Dagenham side and will see them go into joint 4th place, only behind on goal difference (2pm Kick Off, The May and Baker Sports Ground). Boreham are one point behind leaders West Ham but with two games in hand on the hammers they will look to take a 5-point advantage. But for Boreham wood it is now time to focus on the league cup when they host Ebbsfleet united next Wednesday (2pm Kick Off, Boreham Wood FC 3G).

Romford hosted struggling Braintree Town and showed their dominance when they managed to beat the side 8-0, Braintree will be hoping to turn around this current spate of bad results when they host last placed Leyton orient, who will be looking to earn their first point of the season (2pm Kick Off, Witham Town FC). While Romford will be looking to capitalize on the success and form of this week when they face Bromley Reds away from home in the league cup (2pm Kick Off, Bromley Fc 3G Pitch 1).

Leyton Orient faced another fixture without a point, and it continued this way, when they hosted a in form Dagenham & Redbridge. Orient have now lost all 9 fixtures this season. Redbridge managed to score twice and kept their position of 4th place. Dagenham will face 5th place Grays next week, and will hope to extend the gap between the two teams to 6 points with a win (2pm Kick Off, The May and Baker Sports Ground). While Orient will travel to struggling side Braintree Town and will aim to earn their first point of the season (2pm Kick Off, Witham Town FC).

Thurrock hosted Barnet while both teams sit on 10 points, once again the teams failed to break the deadlock and the game ended in a stale 1-1, with the teams sharing the points. Neither team have a fixture next week due to both teams being knocked out of the league cup.

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