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Season 2019-20
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Wood victors in Division C heavyweight clash
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Bognor Regis continued their unbeaten start to the Division D season with an emphatic 8-2 home victory over Metropolitan Police in Wednesday’s fixture.

The West Sussex side had taken obvious momentum from the 7-1 thrashing they gave AFC Wimbledon in last week’s fixture.

There was a star performance from Bognor’s Clarke, who started off the goal-scoring spree with a penalty in the 14th minute and who later went on to get two assists in the 88th and 90th minute.

Team-mate Ham also impressed with two goals in the 33rd and 80th minute, with an assist from Brady in the 62nd minute.

The Rocks have enjoyed a great start to the season with two wins, and now top the Division D table on goal difference of eight goals over second-placed Eastleigh FC.

Bognor Regis now look forward to their next fixture away to Corinthian Casuals. The Casuals started off the season with a 4-2 defeat to Carshalton, but they are now coming into the Bognor fixture with a 5-0 win against AFC Wimbledon.

Metropolitan Police have had a poor start to the season with two consecutive losses - a 5-2 home defeat to Eastleigh last week and now an 8-2 defeat to Bognor Regis.

The men from the Met now sit second from bottom in this early part of the season, but will look to get to winning ways with their next fixture away to Aldershot Town on October 17th.

Woking retained their unbeaten started to the league season with a 4-2 win at Havant & Waterlooville. First year academy starlets Tom Brophy, Mark Porter and Aaron Seymour were on target for Woking, along with Dom Easton.


Woking were pipped to third place in the league standings by the Hawks in the last campaign and will see this as a successful revenge.


The Cards now lie in third place and boast different scorers for all their five goals so far, whilst their Havant counterparts have conceded eight goals in two games, a stat they will be looking to rectify as they face Worthing in their next fixture.


Worthing scraped through against Hampton & Richmond Borough with as they edged a 3-2 win against the young Beavers.


Corinthians Casuals bounced back from a disappointing opening day defeat to thrash AFC Wimbledon 5-0.


Coleman was the hat-trick hero, with further goals from Yim and Tully. Corinthians will now face Bognor Regis Town on October 17th when they will look to build on their success.


Eastleigh Whites were grateful for a dramatic penalty save from goalkeeper Philipott five minutes from time to earn a narrow 2-1 victory over Aldershot Town. The Hampshire side opened the scoring through Feltham and the tally was added to with an own goal.


The victory maintained Eastleigh’s 100 per cent start to the season and second place in the league. Next up is Woking on October 17th.


Josh Warn, Joshua Boothroyd, Matt

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