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Football Results

Crawley Town move up to 18th place in the League 2 table after winning 1-0 over Barrow on Saturday.  Lewis Young hasn’t been beaten in the league since taking over as Interim Manager.

Dorking Wanderers lost 2-0 away to Southend in their National League match.

Merstham remain bottom of the Isthmian South Central division after losing 5-1 at home to Basingstoke Town.  South Park Reigate lost 2-1 at home to Hanworth Villa.  It was the two teams’ first encounter since 2013.

In the South East division, East Grinstead Town won 3-0 at home to Sevenoaks Town, and Three Bridges lost 4-1 away to Ramsgate.

Dorking Wanderers FC Offer To Purchase Freehold of Home Ground

Dorking Wanderers Football Club’s offer to purchase the freehold of its home ground will be discussed at Mole Valley District Council’s Scrutiny Committee next week. 

Meadowbank community football facilities are owned by the Council and leased to the Surrey County Football Association.  The site is used by other sports clubs as well as soft play and cafe facilities on the site. 

The Council has issued an update after a number posts appeared on social media about the situation; it states the exact details of the financial offer must remain confidential.  The Council says any sale would require the consent of the two sporting bodies that contributed to the construction of the facilities, and there would be a condition for ongoing community use of the football stadium.


Football Update

Crawley Town are out of the FA Cup after their 4-1 home defeat in the first round on Saturday against Accrington Stanley.  The Reds are now looking forward to their third round Carabao Cup tie against Burnley tomorrow night.

In the Isthmian South Central Division, Merstham gained a much needed point following their 1 all draw away to Chipstead.  South Park Reigate lost 3-0 away to Thatcham Town.

Three Bridges won their South East Division match 4-1 at home to Haywards Heath.  East Grinstead Town lost 3-1 away to Faversham.

Elsewhere, Redhill won 4-2 over Fleet Town.

Horley Town’s match against Badshot Lea was postponed due to standing water on the pitch at the New Defence.