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Here we go again. Feels strange with no spectators. Have all clubs organised live-streams? Predictions?

Bath City.
Billericay Town.
Braintree Town.
Chelmsford City.
Chippenham Town.
Concord Rangers.
Dartford.
Dorking Wanderers.
Dulwich Hamlet.
Eastbourne Borough.
Ebbsfleet United.
Hampton & Richmond Borough.
Havant & Waterlooville.
Hemel Hempstead Town.
Hungerford United.
Maidstone United.
Oxford City.
Slough Town.
St Albans City.
Tonbridge Angels.
Welling United.
 

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Billericay 0-2 Tonbridge
Braintree 0-3 Ebbsfleet
Dartford 1-0 Chelmsford
Dulwich P-P Concord
Eastbourne 0-3 Dorking
Hungerford 3-0 Chippenham
Maidstone 2-1 Welling
Oxford 2-0 Bath
Slough 1-0 Hemel Heampstead
St Albans 1-0 Hampton & Richmond

Good start for most of the Kent contingent. Hearing about livestream buffering issues at a couple of clubs.
 

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I would have thought that Ebbsfleet are the obvious favourites?
 

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Good start for most of the Kent contingent. Hearing about livestream buffering issues at a couple of clubs.
Maybe I was just lucky, but other than a spell of buffering in the first 5 minutes I had no problems whatsoever.
 

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I would have thought that Ebbsfleet are the obvious favourites?

Think we were third favourites. Havant favourites, not sure who was second mind.

We ended up stepping in and streaming the game as Braintree couldn't get anything set up. Apart from missing a few minutes in the first 20 due to buffering (Essex signal completely at fault!), worked OK. Our streams for a couple of the home friendlies worked perfectly so expecting Saturday's game v Dulwich to be buffer free.

Dominated the game, probably should have scored 6 or 7 to be fair. However, 3 goals and a clean sheet away from home, can't grumble! Very impressed with Paxman and Martin, but a good team performance. Hope we actually get to see them live this season.
 

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The person in charge of the camera at Havant looks like they've never used one before. I missed our 94th minute equaliser because he or she was to busy looking at the housing estate behind the goal :ffs:
 
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Bath 2-0 Billericay
Chelmsford 1-1 Oxford
Chippenham 1-0 Braintree
Concord 1-1 St Albans
Dorking 3-1 Slough
Ebbsfleet 1-1 Dulwich
Hampton & RB 0-0 Dartford
Havant & W 2-2 Maidstone
Hemel 1-4 Eastbourne
Tonbridge 0-2 Hungerford

Last gasp equaliser at for Maidstone at Havant. Hungerford doing unexpectedly well.
 

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Despite playing with 10 men (and only one centre back in a back three!) for over 60 minutes, we probably should have got a winner against Dulwich. Really liking the look of this squad, although still feel we may be a little light in the centre back department. Possibly one of our best sides in years and we may not get to see them live. :(
 

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Billericay 1-2 Havant
Braintree 0-4 Dorking
Dartford 1-0 Bath
Dulwich 0-2 Chippenham
Eastbourne 1-1 Chelmsford
Hungerford 1-0 Concord
Maidstone 4-1 Hemel
Oxford 4-0 Tonbridge
Slough 4-4 Welling
St Albans 3-2 Ebbsfleet

Welling were winning 4-1, had a player sent off and conceded 2 late on.

 

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Dont panic Mr Chairman dont panic............on 2nd thoughts PANIC
 

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See Welling have been typically Welling in their first two games so far.
 

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Another 2 missed penalties for us

I'm not quite sure how its possible to be this damn bad at penalties!! that's now 7 missed so far this season
 

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Almost forgot in all the excitement of missing two penalties and the chance to go top...

Chelmsford 1-0 Maidstone
Ebbsfleet 3-2 Hungerford

Chelmsford livestream broke down again, so could have avoided paying £9.99 to watch an autocam following the linesman and a Maidstone coach’s bald head.
 

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Billericay 1-2 Ebbsfleet
Braintree 3-4 Hemel
Dartford 2-1 Havant
Dulwich 0-0 Chelmsford
Eastbourne 2-1 Welling
Hungerford 2-0 Dorking
Maidstone 6-0 Concord
Oxford 0-2 Hampton
Slough 2-1 Bath
St Albans 3-0 Chippenham

Good that Maidstone didn’t get any penalties, otherwise it would have ended 6-0.
 
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Dulwich 1-4 Concord
Hemel 1-4 Billericay

Concord recovering well from their 0-6 thrashing at Maidstone. They’ve just signed three new players. Meanwhile Dulwich continue to struggle, not properly financially compensated by the lottery money distribution.
 

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Dulwich have been underperforming for a couple of years now. Big budgets and struggling . As for not being compensated, don’t have so many players that are “full time.”
 

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Dulwich have been underperforming for a couple of years now. Big budgets and struggling . As for not being compensated, don’t have so many players that are “full time.”

They are very loyal to Gavin Rose, who by all accounts is a great guy and a club legend but seems out of his depth at NL South level.
 

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How come Hungerford have started so well?

I don't know. Their squad has a lot of players who have been there a while plus guys they've signed from Chippenham. Definitely low budget but it could be a similar situation to Slough last year where a group that's been together for a while has a better understanding and organisation than others in the division and builds off that despite not having much cash.

I'm sure Hungerford don't have the same kind of money going in now as they did when they were bankrolled up to this level a few years back.
 

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They are very loyal to Gavin Rose, who by all accounts is a great guy and a club legend but seems out of his depth at NL South level.

He’s surely on borrowed time. The game at our place just before lockdown which I’ll concede we were lucky to win, Dulwich lacked any sort of positional organisation and their passing game that was so renowned had been abandoned.

Looks a bit like us and Gordon Bartlett from the outside looking in. Long serving manager who overachieved on limited resources but then massively underachieved on a huge budget.
 

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