Football this weekend: Hanwell Town hope to end 6-match losing run on the south coast

By Joe Acklam

25th Nov 2022 | Football

Hanwell Town have not won in the league since 15th Ocotber. Photo: 1003661 from Pixabay.
Hanwell Town have not won in the league since 15th Ocotber. Photo: 1003661 from Pixabay.

Hanwell Town look to end a run of six straight defeats as they travel to the south coast to play Poole Town in the Southern League Premier South. 

The Geordies' rotten run continued this week with consecutive cup defeats in the FA Trophy and Middlesex Senior Challenge Cup and it is six weeks since their last league win, 4-1 against Gosport Borough. 

Poole are 4th in the table but their season has started to hit the rocks in recent weeks as they have won once in six and have lost three of their last four. 

Kick-off at Tatnam is at 3pm on Saturday. 

Hampton and Richmond will be hoping to overcome adversity to record back-to-back league wins with Dover Athletic visiting South-West London. 

Hampton did lose in the FA Trophy last weekend, but 14 days ago they produced a fine showing to win 2-0 at Chelmsford and Gary McCann will be hoping to rally his injury-hit troops to emulate that. 

Dover have not hit the ground running following relegation for the National League last season as they sit 13th and are without a win in their last three. 

Kick-off at the Rocket Hospitality Beveree Stadium is at 3pm on Saturday. 

Spencer Knight manages his first league game in charge of Kingstonian as they travel to Aveley in the Isthmian League Premier Division. 

To get off to a winning start, Knight will need to end an unwanted record as the K's are yet to win a game on the road so far this season. 

Their opponents Aveley are third in the division, but two wins in five has left them falling behind leaders Potters Bar. 

Kick-off at Parkside is at 3pm on Saturday. 

Hanworth Villa will be hoping to continue their fine vein of form as they welcome Chipstead to Rectory Meadow in the Isthmian League South Central. 

The Villains haven't lost in a month, winning four and drawing two, and sit just two points off the play-off positions. 

Their opposition are in strong form as well, winning their last two league matches and having not lost in four as they also look to bridge the gap to the play-offs. 

Kick-off at Rectory Meadow is at 3pm on Saturday. 

Brentford Women are back at Bedfont Sports for a top of the table clash against Dorking Wanderers in L&SEWFL Division One North. 

Four straight wins across all competitions has seen Karleigh Osborne's climb to the summit of the table and look in imperious form. 

However, Dorking might sit third in the table, but they have three games in hand on the Bees and have only lost once all season. 

Kick-off at Bedfont Sports Club is at 3pm on Sunday. 


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