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:: COMING UP AT THE GAC STADIUM :: back to top Go to the top of the page
Fixtures coming up at the GAC Stadium:

Saturday 1st October 3pm, Firsts v Sittingbourne
Tuesday 4th October 7.30pm, Firsts v Faversham
Thursday 6th October 7.30pm, Under 21s v Lewes
Saturday 8th October 3pm, Firsts v Three Bridges - FA Trophy Prelimnary Round
Tuesday 11th October 7.30pm, Firsts v Horsham
Thursday 13th October 7pm, Adam Dabell Memorial Match - in support of Cardiac Risk in the Young



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:: Thursday 29th September 2016 :: back to top Go to the top of the page
Matt Longhurst's thoughts after win at South Park

"Tough place to go against a team who had two good wins prior to the game so were full of confidence. I'm over the moon for the players, supporters and the board who have endured a tough start to the season but with that win, it gives us seven points from the last twelve available with only one of those games at home and in those four games two of the teams where in the top six, so it's been a good points haul and we now start over again on Saturday.

We had no fewer than ten teenagers in the squad - five starting and all five substitutes were nineteen and below with only one player over twenty two in the whole squad which is fantastic. They really must take credit for a good result and some excellent attacking football at times. All the players where great but special mention must go to Noel Mbo on his full debut and Travis Gregory who was man of the match for us for the second game in a row.

We now go into another tough fixture on Saturday against Nick Davis' Sittingbourne team, who have started the season flying and we know we'll need to be at our best to get anything out of the game. They have people who score goals and are one of the hardest working teams in the league which is credit to their manager as they mirror him as a player. It's a home game and one we're looking forward to. Hopefully we can continue on from last night's performance."


:: Wednesday 28th September 2016 :: back to top Go to the top of the page
South Park 2, East Grinstead Town 4

Marcus Elliott put Wasps in front after Noel Mbo's shot was blocked. Will Tomas made it 2-0 with a superb volley after more good work by Mbo. Kieran Lavery pulled one back for the hosts 9 minutes into the second half. Laste Dombaxe made it 3-1 for Wasps after a great ball from Travis Gregory who then scored from the penalty spot in the 89th minute. Joe Jackson made it 2-4 deep into stoppage time.............[Match report]


Manager Matt Longhurst has today completed the signing of 19 year old goalkeeper Chris Haigh from Merstham

Here's what the Wasps' boss had to say:
"Excellent signing after losing a couple of keepers early in the season and a long term injury to new keeper Connor O'Hara on Saturday. I'm delighted to bring in someone of Chris' ability. I have been monitoring his progress since pre-season and obviously noticed his game time was limited so far at Merstham. I'm pleased to say after meeting him yesterday, he's another young player with the right attributes and attitude and wants to play games which is something we can offer him. He's been with Crawley Town, Gillingham and Watford previously and recognises the importance of first team football and hopefully now he can settle here at East Court and get a number of games under his belt and progress with the other young players we have. He knows a number of our players already through playing with and against them and I look forward to seeing him in an East Grinstead shirt tonight at South Park."

:: Saturday 24th September 2016 :: back to top Go to the top of the page
Hythe Town 3, East Grinstead Town 1

Matt Longhurst's post match comments: "A tough result to swallow after having large parts of the game where we were the better side but ultimately the quality Hythe showed in the final third cost us dearly and sometimes you have to accept that. Yes we could have defended better on all three goals. All three where from crosses in the box, two of which where headers but overall I was pleased with the players.............[Match report]

We have another game on Wednesday away from home against South Park which will be another big test. We have so far played 6 of the top 7 teams so it's been a tough start. I have been so impressed with the young players we have here and I'm confident that if we continue to build on the performances, a run of results is around the corner. If we can keep this group together, I genuinely believe we have an excellent team being built here with some outstanding young players who are a pleasure to work with. We have a plan moving forward and each game and week we move that plan forward even more and I'm excited to see the players continue to develop. We do things professionally and that will stand us in good stead long-term.

Last season the aim was to stay in the division and start to build below the first team. Those blocks have been laid and this season we aim to start to build a team of players we can have long-term. The age of the players will allow that to happen with the under 21s and 18s beginning their path through to the first team. This weekend's game saw no fewer than seven teenagers involved: five started the game and one player over twenty two in the whole squad. Yes we need results, of course, but it has to fit in with the vision we have and has to have some longevity to it. That all takes time but in time, it will be worth it."


:: Thursday 22nd September 2016 :: back to top Go to the top of the page
Latest update from First Team Boss, Matt Longhurst

Another week here at East Court and another 2-2 draw, this time against another of the promotion placed teams. With just seven league games gone, we have played four teams in the top five places plus Hastings United who are hot promotion candidates and our next trip is to one of the title favourites, Hythe Town. So it's been a really tough start but obviously at some stage you have to play everyone.

Tuesday night saw us come back twice from a goal down and in my opinion we were the better side in the second half. Having said that, over the whole game a draw was possibly a fair result against a very good team. We started the game with five teenagers in the eleven and a further two on the bench with only one player over 22 years old in the whole squad so it shows the tremendous character the youngsters are showing in a tough period of games but they are learning and learning all together.

With the loss of several players to other clubs already this season, I'm delighted to have kept Marcus Elliott after being subject to a seven day approach from Chatham Town. We have had to bring in some reinforcements certainly in attacking areas due to losing a large bulk of our players in that area, so I'd like to welcome Noel Mbo who arrives on loan from Gilligham and came on in the second half on Tuesday night and did well. Tashi Jay Kwane on loan from Tonbridge Angels scored on his debut on Tuesday night. We have also recently brought in Jack Howlett who worked with me previously at Corinthian FC and Jerome Roseje on loan from Hastings United.

So up next, after four points from our last two games, is another test away from home against a team sure to be up there in contention for the title in Hythe Town. They have a squad littered with experienced players in this level and above so it's an exciting game to take our young squad to. These are the games as a manager and player you really look forward to and want to be involved in at this level. We should have a fully fit squad to choose from for the weekend - the players are full of confidence at the moment and after Tuesday night's second half performance will be looking to take that into the game on Saturday.

:: Tuesday 20th September 2016 :: back to top Go to the top of the page
East Grinstead Town 2, Corinthian Casuals 2

Wasps had to come from behind twice in the first half to go in level at the break with the visitors having edged the half. It was totally different after the break with Matt Longhurst's Wasps on top but the winning goal their pressure deserved eluded them.............[Match report]

:: Tuesday 13th September 2016 :: back to top Go to the top of the page
East Grinstead Town 2, Godalming Town 2 : 5 - 6 on penalties

A game of penalties. Wasps fell behind in this Alan Turvey Cup tie to a Darren Wheeler penalty after just eight minutes, equalised through Leo Mazzone and looked to have won the tie when Callum Emptage netted in the 84th minute only for Rory Sellick to equalise in the 89th minute. The tie was decided on penalties which the visitors won 5 - 6.............[Match report]

:: Saturday 10th September 2016 :: back to top Go to the top of the page
Chatham Town 2, East Grinstead Town 3

Wasps came from 2-0 down to earn their first points of the campaign thanks to two goals from Marcus Elliott and one from Will Thomas.............[Match report]

:: Monday 5th September 2016 :: back to top Go to the top of the page
Latest update from First Team Boss, Matt Longhurst

Within the first three weeks of the new season goalkeeper Milan Stojasvljevic was subject to a seven day approach from Dorking Wanderers and has taken the opportunity to move on, as has Dave Bottterill who joined Chatham Town today and we have been subject to another approach for Callum Emptage from Hythe Town but I'm delighted to say that he has decided to stay put with us and continue his progression here at East Court.

Although this is all very frustrating, it does show we have a good calibre of player and are progressing well. Unfortunately we just have to constantly rebuild the team on and off the pitch which is hard work but we understand the task in hand. The under 21s have started really well with a few of the lads already having featured with the first team. This is the progression we need to have as a club without the resources of others in the league. The under 18s also have a stronger group than previous years and again it's been impressive seeing them play the last couple of weeks.

Tomorrow night sees us travel to much fancied Greenwich Borough. Gary has done a great job getting them promoted and they will certainly be contending for promotion with the squad they have there. Myself and the players go there under no pressure at all and I'm excited to pitt our wits against a vastly experienced team and management on a great pitch under the lights. We take a squad of which eight players where with us last season and the squad includes ten teenagers. This is fantastic and shows we have a plan going forwards. We have to let these players develop and I'm confident they will and can and long term we'll see them emerge as good players at this level and above.

In other news, I'm delighted to announce Callum Emptage as club captain and George Benner as vice captain and our management team set up will consist of Sonny Gladdish as my assistant manager and Williams Peauroux as first team coach.

With one or two players departing we have signed a couple of players and promoted a couple from the under 18s and 21s. Details of these will follow tomorrow nights game.

:: Monday 29th August 2016 :: back to top Go to the top of the page
Hastings United 2, East Grinstead Town 0

Wasps are still searching for their first points this season but matched Hastings for the first half hour until a cross from the right was flicked on by Jay May and the unfortunate Suliaman Bangura coming in from behind, fired into the top corner of his own net. The goal boosted the home side and they eventually got a second 20 minutes into the second half with a fine finish by Jay May. [Match report to follow]

:: Saturday 27th August 2016 :: back to top Go to the top of the page
East Grinstead Town 0, Carshalton Athletic 3

Wasps started brightly and were well on top when a rare Carshalton attack found Brendan Murphy McVey with space in the box, his cross/shot found its way underneath Hafed Al Droubi in the East Grinstead goal and into the back of the net. Goals change games and Carshalton started to come more into the game and scored a second breakaway goal just before half time when Mickel Miller found space to cross from the left. The ball found its way to Tommy Bradford and when he wasn't closed down quickly enough, he cut inside and although not connecting well, his shot had enough power to find the net. On 54 mins Carshalton were awarded a free kick outside the area which Bradford lofted over the wall, Al Droubi got a hand on the ball but only managed to deflect it onto the bar and watch as the ball bounced down and over the line. Carshalton then with a comfortable lead started to see more of the ball but East Grinstead still managed to create a couple of good chances to make she score line a bit more respectable but weren't able to find the target with them.............[Match report]

:: Wednesday 25th August 2016 :: back to top Go to the top of the page
East Grinstead Town U18s 2, Eastbourne Boroughy U18s 3

A totaly new look Wasps Under 18s under newly appointed manager Aaron Taylor put up a good performance tonight despite trailing by 3-0 at one stage. Borough took the lead in the eleventh minute totally against the run of play and added a second just before the break. They stretched their lead five minutes into the second half and six minutes later Dominic Adomakoh pulled one back. With twenty minutes still to play Teddy West converted a penalty to make it 2-3 but Wasps just couldn't do enough to earn a draw which their performance merited. It was a bright encouraging start which pleased both Aaron Taylor and first team boss Matt Longhurst.

Latest update from First Team Boss, Matt Longhurst

With less than two weeks into the season it's difficult to look too far into the results so far. We have lost three games - the opening game of the season we were far from good enough and paid the price but the following two performances have been good and have seen us lose by the odd goal. We played two different systems against two of the teams looking for promotion so I have been pleased with the overall levels of performance from the players although that said, we need to obviously start turning them into wins.

We certainly have one eye on the building process we continue to do from top to bottom and we have spent time on the training ground this week looking at some of the things that have gone wrong and addressed them. We understand that there is lots of work to be done but if we can keep some consistency in the squad this year we'll improve enough in my opinion to be more than competitive.

Wednesday night I watched our under 21s play their very first Ryman League game away to Herne Bay and they came away with an excellent 6-3 win with some very good performances on show. It has certainly given me food for thought over the coming weeks. The under 18s under the new stewardship of Aaron Taylor have their first game tonight and myself, Sonny and the first team squad will be watching the game casting an eye over the next group of young players on their path to the first team.

I'm really pleased with the progress we are making on the football side at the club. Lots of time and effort has gone in over the summer and long term, this will have a big impact on the club's football structure.

This weekend we have two really tough fixtures against two teams again vying for promotion. Carlshalton have started the season really well under Peter's guidance and have lots of pace and energy. They will provide a stern test on Saturday. On Monday we have arguably everyone's tip for the title in Hastings. Darren has assembled what looks like the strongest squad in the division this season and knowing Darren well from his time at Gillingham, we know they'll be very well prepared and set up. It's going to be great test for our young squad but it's one of the games that really whets the appetite as a player and manager to go and test yourselves against quality opposition and one we're relishing on a great pitch.

The next week or so sees some more home games for the under 18s and 21s. It wouldd be good to see as many of you as possible coming to see the youngsters play, as I feel confident you'll see some real positive signs for the future.

:: Wednesday 24th August 2016 :: back to top Go to the top of the page
Herne Bay U21s 3, East Grinstead Town U21s 6

Wasps Under 21s travelled to Herne Bay tonight for their first ever match in the Ryman League and came away with an emphatic 6 - 3 win with some really good performances that pleased both the U21s boss Grant Hearn and Matt Longhurst, First Team manager. Their next match is at home next Thursday 1st September against Whyteleafe (ko 7.30pm)

Wasps Under 18s kick off their season with a tough home fixture against Eastbourne Borough tomorrow night (ko 7.30pm) who are also their opponents at home next Tuesday in the Lucas Fettes Youth Cup (the tie was originally scheduled for next Wednesday)

:: Saturday 20th August 2016 :: back to top Go to the top of the page
Herne Bay 1, East Grinstead Town 0

After a shakey opening 10 minutes of this Emirates FA Cup tie, Wasps settled and were unfortunate not to come away with a draw particularly after hitting the post and the crossbar. They were knocked out of this year's competition by a speculative lob from the edge of the area by Danny Williams in the third minute of the second half.............[Match report]

:: Tuesday 16th August 2016 :: back to top Go to the top of the page
East Grinstead Town 2, Dorking Wanderers 3

Wasps took the lead through Williams Peauroux in the ninth minute but Jerome Beckles equalised 17 minutes later and the teams went in all square at half-time. James McShane put the visitors in front 7 minutes after the restart with Alex Gaggin making it all square 9 minutes later. Matt Briggs scored the Dorking winner with 15 minutes left. A much improved display over Saturday by Matt Longhurst's team against a good Wanderer's side.............[Match report]

Next up, a trip to Herne Bay on Saturday in the Preliminary round of the Emirates FA Cup.

:: Saturday 13th August 2016 :: back to top Go to the top of the page
Molesey 2, East Grinstead Town 0

Wasps get off to a disappointing start against Molesey on the opening day of the 2016/17 Ryman South season.............[Match report]

:: Sunday 7th August 2016 :: back to top Go to the top of the page
Post Woking match interviews

Listen and watch Michael Phillips' interviews with Matt Longhurst and Alex Gaggin & Chad Goulter following Friday night's 5-2 win over Woking U21s:



:: Tuesday 2nd August 2016 :: back to top Go to the top of the page
Last minute switch

Tonight's friendly against Tumnbridge Wells has had to be switched at very short notice to the GAC Stadium (ko 7:30pm).

:: Friday 15th July 2016 :: back to top Go to the top of the page
Fixtures released

The Ryman Isthmain League announced the 2016/17 season fixtures this morning. They can be found here.

The new campaign starts with an away match against Molesey on Saturday 13th August, followed by a Tuesday night fixture on 16th August at home against Dorking Wanderers.

:: Sunday 10th July 2016 :: back to top Go to the top of the page
Post Crawley Town match interviews

Listen and watch post match interviews with Matt Longhurst and Aiden Hayes & Trevor McCreadie.



:: Friday 8th July 2016 :: back to top Go to the top of the page
FA announce Cup Draws

The early round draws in the Emirates FA Cup, FA Trophy and FA Youth Cup have been made. Wasps have been drawn away against Herne Bay in the Preliminary Round of the FA Cup with the tie being played on Saturday 20th August.
We have a local derby in the Preliminary Round of the FA Trophy, with a home tie against Three Bridges on Saturday 8th October.
Wasps Under 18s have a home tie in the Preliminary Round of the FA Youth Cup against Greenwich Borough scheduled to be played in the week commencing 5th September.

The Ryman Isthmian League fixtures are scheduled to be announced next Friday , 15th July.

:: Thursday 7th July 2016 :: back to top Go to the top of the page
Pre-season interviews

Watch pre-season interviews with Michael Dodsworth, Sonny Gladdish and Jordan Clarke.


:: Thursday 30th June 2016 :: back to top Go to the top of the page
Wasps will host League 2 Crawley Town in their first pre-season friendly.

It takes place at the GAC Stadium on Saturday, July 9, kick off 3pm.

Admission for this game is 6 (adults) and 3 (over-65s & under-18s).

Parking on the day will be strictly available on a first come, first served basis.

Dermot Drummy, Crawley Town's Head Coach, said: "We're looking forward to returning to East Grinstead for the first time since 2011.

"I know the facilities and pitch we will find will be top quality and I hope as many of our supporters come along and support the fixture.

"I think it's important that as a club we try and nurture strong relations with all our local senior non-league clubs and I'm sure we will get a good game and a warm welcome at East Grinstead."



:: Saturday 4th June 2016 :: back to top Go to the top of the page
Watson returns and Botterill joins

The club are delighted to welcome back exciting forward player Aaron Watson. Also joining is experienced midfielder, Dave Botterill, previously with Hythe Town.

Manager Matt Longhurst had this to say: "I've been trying to bring in a vital piece of experience but at the right age and someone that's right on and off the pitch for East Grinstead Town. Botts ticks all the boxes on those fronts and I'm delighted to bring him in"

Matt went on to say: "Last week we announced the vast majority of the squad and that we were in talks with one or two possible additions. Aaron Watson is another player that's played here at East Court before and I'm really excited about him coming back. He gives us another attacking option having proven himself to score goals and provide assists and I'm looking forward to working with him. Adding Botts to the squad is a major coup for us having spent a number of years with Faversham playing a big part in their success and then finishing last season with Hythe Town in the play offs. His experience will be excellent for us. He has had a number of clubs at this level trying to gain his signature and I'm delighted to bring him here. The squad has come together nicely and we are all looking forward to getting in and started now."


Pre-season friendly change

Wasps will now travel to Tonbridge Angels for the pre-season friendly on Saturday 6th August (ko 2pm) and not Eastbourne Town.

:: Tuesday 31st May 2016 :: back to top Go to the top of the page
200 Club Winners

April 2016
1st prize 65 - P Cadman
2nd prize 20 - R Holah
3rd prize 12 - A Woolley


:: Saturday 28th May 2016 :: back to top Go to the top of the page
Pre-season friendlies

Two addtional pre-season friendlies have been added to the shedule: Saturday 16th July at home against Erith & Belvedere (ko 3pm) and the Under 18s will play Steyning Town on the Sussex County FA 3G pitch at Culver Road, Lancing on Thursday 21st July (ko 7:30pm).

:: Thursday 26th May 2016 :: back to top Go to the top of the page
Pre-season update

People tend to think that management and everyone behind the scenes at the football club take a well deserved break when the football season ends. Chairman Richard Tramontin said: "If only this was true. Immediately after the final home game of the season, SJK Sports Turf Care started on the end-of-season pitch renovation and dedicated committee members and volunteers have the task of watering, fertilising, mowing and generally looking after the pitch and the facilities in readiness for when we host our first pre-season friendly against Sky Bet League Two Crawley Town on 9th July. It feels like I've been working non-stop since the final whistle blew what with talking to sponsors, suppliers, preparing an application for funding, meeting with managers and coaches and so on".

The website caught up with manager Matt Longhurst to see what has been happening since the end of the season.

Matt said: "It has been a really busy period as there is lots of work to do on and off the pitch to get ready for not only this new season but to continue building the structure we want here with the youth section and under-21 team.
I am pleased to announce the new management set up for our Ryman League Under-21 team which will see Grant Hearn as manager with Rob Stewart joining as assistant and coach from Tonbridge Angels. Ben Burns completes the backroom team as coach.
These guys will be vital for the progression of the under-21s whom we have moved over to the Ryman League so the level they play at is closer to that of the first team and the facilities will be much better for the players as well. We have a strong nucleus of under-21 players now and I'm looking forward to seeing them progress.
Also joining the club this week is our new Ryman Under-18 League team management team of Danny and Glynn Pearce. Glynn has experience of working at this level and Danny has a great background as a player coming through the youth ranks at both Charlton and AFC Wimbledon. These guys will be vital to the club's progress and have brought with them a strong group of players. Danny and Glynn will work closely with myself and the Under-21 set-up.
We have held two trial nights at the East Grinstead Sports Club to cast our eye over potential Under 18s and 21s which has seen over 60 players in attendance on both evenings. Going forward, hopefully we will be doing less recruitment as we have the players coming through the system that we want in the first team squad.
We have added two under-10 teams as well as under-11s so the youth section is growing and this will of course only benefit the first team with home grown players in the long term.
The first team squad is really starting to take shape. We have held meetings with all the squad from last season and I have been busy meeting players. I am pleased to announce that we have retained 90 % of last season's squad.
Goalkeeper Nic Taylor, defenders James Fitchett, George Benner, Steve Betancourt, Jake McIntyre, Billy Joe King, Toby Cassidy; midfield players Alex Gaggin, Danny Leonard, Williams Peauroux and forwards Trevor McCreadie, Jordan Clarke and Regan Payne.
This is our first full season in charge and pre season training and the friendlies have been designed to make sure we hit the ground running when the season kicks off. The league has been made even stronger with the likes of Lewes, Greenwich Borough and Cray Wanderers all coming in as well as Horsham and the players and management are relishing the challenge.
We have also strengthened in the areas I feel we need to have more competition for places as well as replacing one or two players that have gone so in come goalkeeper Milan Stojsavljevic from Chipstead. He is a highly-rated youngster with Aldershot and Fulham as his previous clubs.
Defenders Alfie Kitt, who has previously been with Sevenoaks Town and Maidstone United, Tom Montgomery, who was previously with me at Erith and Belvedere and ex-Whitstable and Ashford player Jack Healy have also joined us.
We also welcome midfielder Aidan Hayes, who is an exciting new addition. He spent eight years at Charlton Athletic then moved to Maidstone United where he won player of the year. Also joining after a long spell at Gillingham is Alex Ariff, who is a wide player, another attacking player is former Republic of Ireland international Callum O'Shea and the last addition to date is experienced centre forward Stefan Joseph from Corinthian Casuals, who needs less of an introduction to our fans as he has previously played for the Wasps.
I am really pleased with the players that we have kept from last season and the new lads that have been brought in and I cannot wait to get started now. I am currently in talks with a couple of other new additions and one or two of last season's squad and these should be tied up over the weekend. Lots of the clubs at our level have been busy in the summer strengthening and it was important we did the same and I hope to be able to update you further very soon."


:: Wednesday 18th May 2016 :: back to top Go to the top of the page


Following the success of the trials two weeks ago and a number of subsequent enquiries, we are holding another Under 18 Ryman League trial session next Tuesday 24th May from 7pm to 9pm at the East Grinstead Sports Club.
To book a place please send an email to The Club Secretary. Please ensure you put your first and second choice positions in the email as well as previous clubs and any referees we can contact.

:: Thursday 12th May 2016 :: back to top Go to the top of the page
FA announces league constitution

The Football Association today announced the make-up of the 2016-17 Non-League pyramid and Ryman South will consist of the following teams subject to any appeal and will be confirmed at the Ryman League's AGM on Saturday 18 June: Carshalton Athletic, Chatham Town, Chipstead, Corinthian-Casuals, Cray Wanderers, Dorking Wanderers, East Grinstead Town, Faversham Town, Godalming Town, Greenwich Borough, Guernsey, Hastings United, Herne Bay, Horsham, Hythe Town, Lewes, Molesey, Ramsgate, Sittingbourne, South Park, Three Bridges, Tooting & Mitcham United, Walton Casuals and Whyteleafe.
Ryman South will feature two clubs new to the league, Southern Counties East League champions Greenwich Borough and Godalming Town, switched sideways from the Evo-Stik League Southern's Central Division after the Surrey outfit's tenth-placed finish in April. After dropping out of the Ryman in 2014, Horsham are back as Southern Combination Football League champions, along with relegated Lewes and Cray Wanderers, their switch south and sideways making up the numbers.


Pre-season friendlies

Wasps pre-season friendlies have been confirmed as follows:
Saturday 9th July 3pm, home v Crawley Town
Tuesday 12th July 7.30pm, home v Leatherhead
Tuesday 19th July 7.45pm, away v Shoreham
Friday 22nd July, 7.45pm, away v Seven Acre
Saturday 23rd July 3pm, away v Tooting Wanderers
Saturday 30th July 3pm, away v Crowborough Athletic
Saturday 30th July 3pm, away v Eastbourne United
Tuesday 2nd August 7.45pm, away v Tunbridge Wells
Friday 5th August 7.30pm, home v Woking
Saturday 6th August 3pm, away v Eastbourne Town

The Ryman South 2016/17 season is scheduled to commence on Saturday 13th August.

:: Wednesday 11th May 2016 :: back to top Go to the top of the page
First pre-season friendly announced

Wasps are delighted to confirm that Dermot Drummy will be bringing his Sky Bet League 2 Crawley Town side to East Court for a pre-season friendly on Saturday 9th July (kick off 3pm).

Details of other friendlies will be announced soon.


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