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County league team of the season

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County league team of the season

Whitehawk
10
26%
Hassocks
2
5%
Worthing United
1
3%
Pagham
6
16%
Peacehaven
1
3%
Westfield
1
3%
Rustington
17
45%
Little Common
0
No votes
 
Total votes : 38

County league team of the season

Postby Smithy » Tue Apr 17 2007, 12:57

Div 1

Whitehawk – Current County 1 league leaders, FA Vase quarter-finalists, beating some good sides on the way.

Hassocks – Club rapidly improving, impressive displays this season have earnt a them a top 6 birth

Worthing United – To say league form hasn’t been great, would be an understatement. However, I felt that any team that reaches the FA Cup third qualifying round deserves to be on this list.

Div 2

Pagham – Predominantly young side, expected to be a midtable side, yet have romped away with Division 2

Peacehaven – Last seasons Division 3 champions. Currently in the promotion shake up and way above first season at this levels expectations.

Westfield – Crap facilities no expectations but somehow have a good side! Exceeding all expectations with a top 2 finish looking likely.

Div 3

Rustington – Record number of games won in a row was a great achievement. Certainties for the Division 3 title and promotion to senior football for the first time in the clubs history (ground grading pending of course)

Little Common – Many people relegation candidates this season, look well on course for a top 3 finish. Unluckly lost in the Sussex Intermediate semi-final too.
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Postby Dean Bradford » Tue Apr 17 2007, 13:42

Rustington for me
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Postby seafordtillidie » Tue Apr 17 2007, 19:51

I think the amazing winning run does it for me, although I think Whitehawk did a great job to go so far in the Vase
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Postby MITCHELL » Tue Apr 24 2007, 11:15

WHITEHAWK for me great run in FA Vase and going to win the League :!: Also they play in Red good colour :wink:
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Postby CW99 » Tue Apr 24 2007, 15:10

Seaford for me, obvious reasons! :wink:

Na Whitehawk really! :wink:
No one likes us, we don't care...........
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Postby Dean Bradford » Wed Apr 25 2007, 06:01

Personally we should all be justifably proud of the achievements of both Whitehawk and Rustington for putting the SCFL on the national radar this season =D>
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Postby A.L.B » Wed Apr 25 2007, 10:35

May biased but i think Midhurst should be mentioned in same breath as Westfield and Peacehaven.

We have very little resources, not the best facilities and a very young squad that finished second bottom last year and will finish top scorers in the league and probably top 6.

Fair achievement i think....... :lol:
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Postby its only a game » Thu May 24 2007, 12:05

Very narrow poll Smithy.

All those teams have done very well, Eastbourne Town, and St Francis as well should be added for their great finish to the season.
I also thought we did reasonably well this season in Div 3?.
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