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Back in the fold: Steve Sutherland has returned to Met Police after brief spells with Dulwich Hamlet and Lewes

Football: Sutherland's timely return can help case for Blues' defence

Back of the net: Brazil's Diego Maradona scores the winner for Corinthian Casuals against Met Police on Sunday    Pictures: Stuart Tree

Football: Maradona hits winner for Corinthians

Leaving home: Duwlich Hamlet-bound Steve Sutherland, left, had become part of the furniture at Met Police's Imber Court home

Football: Sutherland jumps Blues ship in favour of big Dulwich crowds

In charge of youth: Ex-Brentford and Met Police man Jay Lovett

FOOTBALL: Ex-Bee Lovett looks to make mark at Lewes

Come 'ere, big fella: Former Walton Casuals coach Neil Hams greets an old friend during his benefit day at Waterside Drive on Sunday

FOOTBALL: Ex-Ks coach thanks support for phenomenal benefit day

Get in there: Met Police's Rob Bartley celebrates the goal that ultimately secured the Blues a play-off place

Met Police:: Promotion is back in Blues' hands

Brothers in arms: New Terrors coach Mark Hams, left, with his brother Neil on the sidelines for Walton Casuals

FOOTBALL: Hams delighted to be at home at Terrors ahead of brother's benefit at Stags

Tangible reward: Met Police players celebrate winning the Surrey Senior Cup for the first time in the club's history    Picture: Andy Nunn

FOOTBALL: Surrey Cup win keeps Blues in shape for possible play-off push

Waiting game: New Tooting & Mitcham United first team coach Mark Hams is still in charge of the Kingstonian academy

Kingstonian: Hams still at academy helm for now

Prized assets: Corinthian Casuals strikers Jamie Byatt, bottom, and Carl Wilson-Denis are not likely to leave King George's Field

FOOTBALL: Ex-Casuals boss will not tempt King George's Field stars away

Get in: Rob Bartley celebrates the goal that secured a 2-1 win over AFC Hornchurch on Saturday and ultimately landed the Blues a play-off berth

Met Police: Blues handed play-off berth in finale farce

Goal scorer: Corinthian Casuals' Maz Bettache

Corinthian Casuals: Howard's men blow top 10 chances

Staying put: Fans favourite Jerry Nnamani

Leatherhead: Brady pleased to be building for next term as three sign on

Winner: Met Police's Joe Turner struck the winner on Tuesday having drawn a blank against Kingstonian on Saturday

Met Police: Cup triumph would make Blues' season

Suits you: Jamie Byatt celebrates his hat-trick by showing off the shirt he was given by children during Corinthian Casuals' historic tour to Sao Paulo in Brazil earlier this year

FOOTBALL: Ex-England captain leads tributes to Byatt hat-trick

On target: Carl Wilson-Denis fires home for Corinthian Casuals at Imperial Fields on Saturday

FOOTBALL: Points mean prizes for Casuals

Still tinkering: Met Police boss Jimmy Cooper

FOOTBALL: Blues' double swoop hands Coops a lift

High praise: Corinthian Casuals coach Wayne FInnie on the touchline in Brazil in January

Corinthian Casuals: Current Casuals are club's best, says coach Finnie

Patience is a virtue: Walton & Hersham player-manager Tony Reid, centre

Walton & Hersham: Time is on Reid's side with Swans set for survival

Beefing up: Mu Maan has arrived to boost Met Police's resources and boss Jimmy Cooper has promised more new faces

FOOTBALL: Blues loosen purse strings for final push

Shoulder to shoulder: Former Walton Casuals boss Mark Ham, left, and his brother Neil enjoyed record breaking success at Waterside Drive last season

FOOTBALL:Ex-Ks academy manager Hams humbled by support

Late drama: Corinthian Casuals midfielder Dave Hodges, right, is mobbed after his stoppage time winner on Saturday 	Stuart Tree

Corinthian Casuals: Paulista's influence keeps Casuals firing

Marksman: Casuals' forward Jamie Byatt, right, scored his 20th goal of the season at Hastings on Monday

Corinthian Casuals: We could have been contenders, says boss Howard

Back in the game: Ex-Ks midfielder Matt Pattison marked his return from injury with a goal on Wednesday night

Met Police: Blues on play-off pole

Fitness fight: Blues keeper Stuart Searle is hoping the Chelsea medical staff can get him back on track

Met Police: Chelsea come to aid of stricken Blues keeper

Off: Corinthian Casuals man Danny Dudley saw red on Tuesday

SURREY SENIOR CUP: Molesey will fall next

Unlikely hero: Casuals keeper Danny Bracken turns to celebrate scoring his decisive penalty on Tuesday night

Corinthian Casuals: Keeper Danny pulls off Dons cup shock

Back in the goals: Dave Hodges struck the winner for Corinthian Casuals on Saturday

Corinthian Casuals: Boss not surprised by winning return

Game changer: Ex-Sutton United striker Billy Dunn in action for the Stags against Carshalton Athletic

Walton Casuals: Ex-Sutton boy Dunn good for Stags

Fanatics: SC Corinthian Paulista fans greeted Corinthian Casuals at the airport in Brazil

Corinthian Casuals treated like heroes at Paulista

Blues striker BRadlkey Hudson Odoi crosses for ex-Kingstonian midfielder Matt Pattison in Saturday’s 2-0 win over Peacehaven & Telscombe

FOOTBALL: Blues must discover scoring touch

On song: Met Police midfielder Charlie Collins now has eight goals this season to go with eight assists

FOOTBALL: Blues must keep believing in ability

Milestone: Corinthian Casuals striker Jamie Byatt celebrates scoring his 100th goal for the club against Horsham last week

Corinthian Casuals: Casuals set up Dons cup shock shot

Diamond in the rough: Jimmy Cooper believes he has uncovered more striking talent in Dean Bown

FOOTBALL: Bown is a natural choice for Blues

Dejected: Corinthian Casuals manager Matt Howard has a busy fortnight ahead of him

Corinthian Casuals: Howard vows to turn season around

Carried off: Corinthian Casuals defender  Dan Bedford is wheeled off the King George's Field playing surface after breaking his leg

Corinthian Casuals: Bedford will use time out of the game wisely

Star man: Striker Bradley Hudson-Odoi has been in sparkling form for the Blues of late

Met Police: Trophy exit has Blues eyeing up promotion

Standing tall: Corinthian Casuals Dan Bedford in action against Worthing on Saturday, prior to his injury

Corinthian Casuals: Support pours in for stricken defender Bedford

Forward thinking: Met Police boss Jimmy Cooper

Football: Blues to go all out for FA Trophy win

Sidelined: Met Police striker  Michael Charles will miss the rest of the season with a knee injury

Football: Injured Blues striker backs Knight to fill the void

False start: Casuals striker Joel Thompson could not find a way through the South Park defence      Picture: Stuart Tree

Corinthian Casuals: Winter of struggle on the cards for Howard's men

Showing the way: Liam Collins could not turn down a move in to management with the Stags

Walton Casuals: Ex-Kingstonian pair confident of saving Stags from the drop

Up for it: Michael Salako scores for Corinthian Casuals but it was too little too late on Saturday    Pictures: Stuart Tree

Corinthian Casuals: Missed chances cost Casuals dear

Another chance: New Stags striker Billy Dunn celebrates scoring during happier times at Sutton United     Picture: Paul Loughlin

Transfer news: New Stags have Gale excited

X-men: Former Kingstonian strikers Jamie Byatt and Carl Wilson-Denis, right, are a large part of why Corinthian  Casuals are surprisingly riding high in Ryman Division One South this season	Picture: Stuart Tree

Corinthian Casuals: League rise is no fluke says blessed boss

That settles it: Casuals striker Jamie Byatt celebrates one of his three goals against Leighton Town on Saturday, but could not find the net in Tuesday’s replay defeat 	Picture: Stuart Tree

Corinthian Casuals: Byatt makes his point

Mastermind: Blues boss Jimmy Cooper

Met Police: Charles can keep the Blues firing

Lifting the mood: Stags caretaker manager Anthony Gale

Walton Casuals: Trophy win is just reward for Stags graft

Familiar face: Returning defender Jay Lovett, centre, keeps a close eye on Hampton striker Tashan Adeyinka 	SP88008

Met Police: Blues can sustain play-off push says chief Cooper

On his way: Tricky winger  Malik Ouani has returned to parent club Welling United

Walton Casuals: Ouani heads out of Waterside revolving door

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