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Predictions for the end of season

Postby BarryStGermain » Sun Jan 14 2018, 12:36

Now that Christmas is out of the way and we enter the home straight we are not much clearer on how one of the tightest campaigns for years will finish. What are everyone's thoughts on who goes up/down?

For what it's worth I see Eastbourne Town as champions with Haywards Heath 2nd and Chichester just missing out in 3rd.

My bottom three are Eastbourne United, Hassocks and Arundel. I think Littlehampton might just escape.
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Re: Predictions for the end of season

Postby Buzz Light Year » Sun Mar 04 2018, 09:45

I think Littlehampton and Saltdean United are going down, Littlehampton because of their form and Saltdean United for their lack of facilities.

Saltdean have until the end of March to meet the ground grading, not sure they will, could be interesting.

If there are three relegated, could be any one from the four above Littlehampton.
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Re: Predictions for the end of season

Postby alexrodber » Wed Apr 18 2018, 12:41

Leagues opened up boys. HH now to throw away. Bridges choking last night down in Chichester . Pagham still in with a chance ??

Saturdays games will decide the future
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Re: Predictions for the end of season

Postby jackofalltrades » Wed Apr 18 2018, 13:23

Is there any news on Saltdean and their ground grading?
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Re: Predictions for the end of season

Postby Big Dave » Wed Apr 18 2018, 18:26

alexrodber wrote:Leagues opened up boys. HH now to throw away. Bridges choking last night down in Chichester . Pagham still in with a chance ??

Saturdays games will decide the future


Don't agree Alex unless my maths is wrong. Chichester are a strong home team & were in the mix until a few weeks ago.

Three Bridges have Peacehaven (H) Arundel (A) CDG (A) & Worthing (H), if they win all 4 they win the league, end of!
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Re: Predictions for the end of season

Postby alexrodber » Thu Apr 19 2018, 08:41

Big Dave wrote:
alexrodber wrote:Leagues opened up boys. HH now to throw away. Bridges choking last night down in Chichester . Pagham still in with a chance ??

Saturdays games will decide the future


Don't agree Alex unless my maths is wrong. Chichester are a strong home team & were in the mix until a few weeks ago.

Three Bridges have Peacehaven (H) Arundel (A) CDG (A) & Worthing (H), if they win all 4 they win the league, end of!


Big Dave - given the Bridges budget and players they have brought in from South London, Chichester on a Tuesday shouldnt be a test for them at all. They should have walked the league by a country mile! We shall see
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Re: Predictions for the end of season

Postby fanbase » Fri Apr 27 2018, 10:40

After Three Bridges drew at Crawley Down last night, it now goes down the the last game tomorrow. A Haywards Heath win will give them the title again. Regardless, after last season's happenings, it has been a fantastic
season for the Heath.
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Re: Predictions for the end of season

Postby fanbase » Sun Apr 29 2018, 10:03

It's all over now. The fat lady has sung and Haywards Heath Town have finished top of the league for the 2nd season. The difference is that it won't be taken away this year. Well done Haywards Heath for digging in when all around them were failing. The Heath kept their nerve when it mattered most, going on a 12 match unbeaten run. Others were getting carried away, thinking they had won the league in January. Wooooooooo!! Well done all at Haywards Heath. Thoroughly deserved.
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Re: Predictions for the end of season

Postby Mike May » Sun Apr 29 2018, 12:05

Congrats HH on lifting the trophy yesterday, one did wonder whether they could raise their game yet again after last seasons upset, but that last dozen results really sorted out the pretenders to the throne ( Bridges excepted ).

Good fortune for next season, whilst not forgetting that trip to Ramsgate on a freezing rain swept Tuesday night in Jan / Feb. :))
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Re: Predictions for the end of season

Postby LOOPLEHART » Sun Apr 29 2018, 14:21

Yes congratulations to the Heath both on and off the pitch - to bounce back after the knock back of last season is no mean feat and just demonstrates the determination of the Club to succeed and take them to a higher level.
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Re: Predictions for the end of season

Postby Big Dave » Sun Apr 29 2018, 19:48

Congratulations to Heath & Safehands. Good luck in the Ryman next year.

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Re: Predictions for the end of season

Postby safehands! » Sun Apr 29 2018, 23:19

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Big Dave wrote:Congratulations to Heath & Safehands. Good luck in the Ryman next year.

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