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Crowborough Athletic FC

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Crowborough Athletic 1 Tunbridge Wells 2 - Southern Counties East League



Crowborough is a town in the Wealden district of East Sussex. It is situated on the Weald and at the edge of Ashdown Forest, in the High Weald Area of Outstanding National Beauty 7 miles south-west of Royal Tunbridge Wells and 35 miles south of London.

AFC Uckfield Town

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AFC Uckfield Town 0 Bexhill United 0 - Sussex County League, Division Two


Uckfield is a town in the Wealden District of East Sussex. The town is on the River Uck, one of the tributaries of the River Ouse, on the southern edge of the Weald. The town was originally called Uccafield.

Rochester United FC

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Rochester United 0 Erith & Belvedere 3 - Southern Counties East League


Rochester is a town and former city in the unitary authority of Medway in Kent. It is at the lowest bridging point of the River Medway about 30 miles from London. The town was for many years the favourite of Charles Dickens, who lived nearby at Gads Hill Place, Higham, and who based many of his novels in the area.

Crawley Down Gatwick FC

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Crawley Down Gatwick 0 Hythe Town 6 - Isthmian League, Division One South

Crawley Down is a village in the Mid Sussex district of West Sussex, England. There is one church, one school, and a number of social groups. It lies seven miles from Gatwick Airport. Crawley Down means 'the hill near the pasture where the crows gather.

Ringmer FC

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Ringmer 2 Hailsham Town 0 - Sussex County League, Division One

Ringmer is a village and civil parish in the Lewes District of East Sussex, England. The village is located 3 miles east of Lewes. Ringmer is one of the largest villages in the south of England. There has been human habitation since at least Roman times.

Debenham Leisure Centre FC

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Debenham Leisure Centre 0 Ipswich Wanderers 1 - Eastern Counties League, Division One

Debenham is a large village and civil parish in Suffolk. In the 2001 census the population recorded was 1,728. In 2005 the population was estimated to have increased to 2,040 mainly as a result of the building of a new housing estate.

Cray Valley Paper Mills FC

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Cray Valley Paper Mills 2 Phoenix Sports 2 - South Eastern Counties League

Cray Valley Paper Mills Football Club was founded in 1919, playing their first game on 20 September 1919 against Hamilton House, which Cray won. They won the Kent Junior Cup in 1921. The club played at the Paper Mills which was owned by the Nash family.

Brackley Town FC

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Brackley Town 1 Gloucester City 3 - Football Conference North


Brackley is a town in South Northamptonshire. It is about 19 miles from Oxford and 22 miles from Northampton. Historically a market town based on the wool and lace trade; it was built on the intersecting trade routes between London, Birmingham and the English Midlands and between Cambridge and Oxford.

Rotherham United FC

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Rotherham United 1 Walsall 1 - Football League One

Although there were Iron Age and Roman settlements in the area covered by the town, Rotherham was not founded until the early Middle Ages. Its name is from Old English hām 'homestead, estate', meaning 'homestead on the river Rother'.

Afan Lido FC

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Afan Lido 1 Bala Town 6 - Welsh Premier League
The Afan Lido leisure centre in Aberavon was opened by the Queen in 1965. The facility formerly included a 50m competition swimming pool, which was later converted into a 25m leisure pool called the "Aquadome" with water slides when the complex was re-fitted during the mid-1990s.

Risborough Rangers FC

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Risborough Rangers 2 Stony Stratford Town 1 - Spartan South Midlands League, Division One

Princes Risborough is a small town in Buckinghamshire, about 9 miles south of Aylesbury and 8 miles north west of High Wycombe. Bledlow lies to the west and Monks Risborough to the east. It lies at the foot of the Chiltern Hills, at the north end of a gap through the Chilterns.

Stony Stratford Town FC

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Stony Stratford Town 0 Kings Langley 10 - Spartan South Midlands League, Division One Stony Stratford is a constituent town of Milton Keynes and is a civil parish with a town council within the Borough of Milton Keynes. It is in the North West corner of Milton Keynes, bordering Northamptonshire and separated from it by the River Great Ouse.

Winslow United FC

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Winslow United 1 Welwyn Garden City 2 - Spartan South Midlands League, Division One


Winslow is a market town and civil parish in the Aylesbury Vale district of North Buckinghamshire. The town was first recorded in the charter by which King Offa granted it to St Albans Abbey in 792/3 as Wineshauue, which means Wine's Burial Mound The Doomsday Book of 1086 records it as Weneslai.

Tromsø FC

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Tromsø 0 Tottenham Hotspur 2 - UEFA Europa League, Group Stage

Tromsø is a city and municipality in Troms county, Norway. Most of Tromsø, including the city centre, is located on the small island of Tromsøya in the county of Troms, 217 miles north of the Arctic Circle. The city centre of Tromsø contains the highest number of old wooden houses in Northern Norway, the oldest house dating from 1789.

Barnet FC

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Barnet 2 Cambridge United 2 - Football Conference, National



The name Barnet derives from an ancient settlement, recorded as Barneto c.1070, Barnet 1197, La Barnette 1248, that is 'the land cleared by burning', from Old English bærnet, referring to the clearing of this once densely forested area in early times.