Football this weekend: Hanwell Town look to build on first win in eight

By Joe Acklam

16th Dec 2022 | Football

Victory over Plymouth Parkway was Hanwell's first in eight league matches. Photo: Alexander Fox | PlaNet Fox from Pixabay.
Victory over Plymouth Parkway was Hanwell's first in eight league matches. Photo: Alexander Fox | PlaNet Fox from Pixabay.

Hanwell Town will be hoping to build on their first win in eight league games last time out as they host Yate Town. 

The Geordies finally put an end to their winless run in the Southern League Premier South which stretched back to mid-October with a 1-0 win against Plymouth Parkway two weeks ago. 

Yate will be the team hoping to stop Hanwell returning to form, and they have will be a stern test having not lost an away game since a defeat to Hartley Whitney back in October. 

Kick-off at the Powerday Stadium is at 3pm on Saturday. 

Hampton and Richmond have a chance to get their season back on track as they take on second-bottom Cheshunt in National League South. 

Following an unplanned two-week break due to the adverse weather conditions, the Beavers are back in action and are hoping to win their second game since October. 

Their opposition in Cheshunt have been finding life in the sixth tier difficult since promotion via the play-offs last season, having lost 15 of their 21 games so far this season. 

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

Kingstonian are still looking for their first league win under new boss Spencer Knight as they welcome Margate to Imperial Fields this weekend. 

Knight did get a Surrey Senior Cup win against Corinthian Casuals, but has yet to take all three points in the Isthmian League Premier Division since he took over from Lee O'Leary, taking just one point from three games. 

Their opponents in Margate sit one place above the K's in the table and have not lost in their last four, keeping two clean sheets. 

Kick-off at Imperial Fields is at 1pm on Saturday. 

Hanworth Villa travel to Guernsey in the Isthmian League South Central hoping to win their first game in three. 

After a six-game unbeaten run came to an end against Chipstead, the Villains had to battle on without a 'keeper in a derby game against Bedfont Sport, but this and the postponements means they are without a win in almost a month. 

They look primed to make up for lost time this weekend as they face second bottom club Guernsey, who had won just twice all season and lost their last two games a combined 14-0. 

Kick-off at Footes Lane is at 3pm on Saturday. 


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