Ryman Premier Division
News & Match Reports
2:44pm Thursday 24th September 2015
Met Police may have been forced to release three players after last week’s FA Cup first round exit, but one youngster has come out of things smelling of roses.
4:29pm Thursday 17th September 2015
Ryman Premier League relegation is a reality for Met Police and boss Jimmy Cooper is hoping the return of former captain Steve Sutherland can lead the fight against the drop.
3:00pm Tuesday 14th July 2015
Football fans at King George’s Field over the weekend will have been forgiven for rubbing their eyes in disbelief when they looked at the Corinthian Casuals teamsheet.
8:00am Thursday 2nd July 2015
Former captain Steve Sutherland has quit Met Police for Dulwich Hamlet and boss Jimmy Cooper believes the chance to play in front of big crowds was the deal breaker.
11:36am Wednesday 27th May 2015
Met Police defender Jay Lovett will be looking to plot the downfall of boss Jimmy Cooper’s men next terms.
1:00pm Thursday 14th May 2015
Former Kingstonian manager Alan Dowson and a host of other Ks past and present played a benefit match in honour of former Walton Casuals coach Neil Hams on Sunday, writes Stuart Amos.
5:01pm Tuesday 12th May 2015
Surrey Senior Cup winners Met Police have finally been handed a shot at Ryman Premier League promotion thanks to a belated Football Association judgement.
2:00pm Friday 8th May 2015
Tooting & Mitcham United first team coach Mark Hams remains in charge of Kingstonian’s academy, but is in talks with the club over his future.
4:54pm Thursday 7th May 2015
Met Police boss Jimmy Cooper reckons lifting the Surrey Senior Cup could not be better preparation for a tilt at the Ryman Premier League play-offs.
12:00pm Wednesday 6th May 2015
New Tooting & Mitcham United first team coach Mark Hams remains in charge of Kingstonian’s academy, but is in talks with the club over his future.
|Date||Home team||Score||Away team|
|3:00pmSat 20/08/11||Aveley||0 - 0||Kingstonian|
|3:00pmSat 20/08/11||Billericay Town||2 - 1||Leatherhead|
|3:00pmSat 20/08/11||Canvey Island||1 - 2||Carshalton Athletic|
|3:00pmSat 20/08/11||Hastings United||0 - 1||Wingate & Finchley|
|3:00pmSat 20/08/11||Hendon||1 - 0||Concord Rangers|
|3:00pmSat 20/08/11||Horsham||1 - 3||Bury Town|
|3:00pmSat 20/08/11||Lowestoft Town||3 - 1||Lewes|
|3:00pmSat 20/08/11||Tooting & Mitcham United||0 - 1||East Thurrock United|
|3:00pmSat 20/08/11||Wealdstone||1 - 1||Margate|
|3:20pmSat 20/08/11||Metropolitan Police||1 - 0||Harrow Borough|
|3:21pmSun 21/08/11||Cray Wanderers||2 - 5||AFC Hornchurch|
|7:45pmMon 22/08/11||Kingstonian||3 - 4||Horsham|
|7:45pmTue 23/08/11||AFC Hornchurch||1 - 2||Canvey Island|
|7:45pmTue 23/08/11||Bury Town||0 - 1||Hendon|
|7:45pmTue 23/08/11||Carshalton Athletic||0 - 0||Wealdstone|
|10||East Thurrock United||42||18||8||16||5||62|
|13||Wingate & Finchley||42||16||11||15||-16||59|
|21||Tooting & Mitcham United||42||7||6||29||-69||27|
- AFC Hornchurch
- Billericay Town
- Bury Town
- Canvey Island
- Carshalton Athletic
- Concord Rangers
- Cray Wanderers
- East Thurrock United
- Harrow Borough
- Hastings United
- Lowestoft Town
- Metropolitan Police
- Tooting & Mitcham United
- Wingate & Finchley