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Ian Kaye

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Another great win for the Women’s team this afternoon. 2-0 up after 17 minutes with goals from Liz Wicks and Ella Wales Bonner. Fulham got themselves back in the game with a couple of set piece goals to make it 2-2 at half-time. Fulham then took the lead but Dulwich continued to take the game to Fulham and got a deserved equaliser on 69 minutes through Rosie Stone. Ana de Pelegrin then scored three minutes later to give Hamlet all 3 points.
 

all to nah

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I guess only the champions of the London & South East Regional Women's Football League will be promoted as the eight divisions at step five feed only four of them on step four? Or will there be any chance to compete in a sort of playoff as runners up?
 

Dulwich Mishi

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I guess only the champions of the London & South East Regional Women's Football League will be promoted as the eight divisions at step five feed only four of them on step four? Or will there be any chance to compete in a sort of playoff as runners up?
Not entirely sure, but as I understand it only the champions, which will be QPR.
 

SagaLout

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I guess only the champions of the London & South East Regional Women's Football League will be promoted as the eight divisions at step five feed only four of them on step four? Or will there be any chance to compete in a sort of playoff as runners up?
Just the champions go up.
 

Pink Panther

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Not entirely sure, but as I understand it only the champions, which will be QPR.
It'll be QPR if our team share your lack of faith, but hopefully that isn't the case. They aren't top right now, they've only won most of their matches by the odd goal, there's plenty of scope for them to drop points from their remaining twelve matches especially when they play the return fixture against the Hamlet:

London & South East Regional Women's
 

Dulwich Mishi

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It'll be QPR if our team share your lack of faith, but hopefully that isn't the case. They aren't top right now, they've only won most of their matches by the odd goal, there's plenty of scope for them to drop points from their remaining twelve matches especially when they play the return fixture against the Hamlet:

London & South East Regional Women's
Lack of faith or being honest.... With their games in hand& form so far I simply can’t see QPR dropping enough points not to be champions.
Would love them to, but really can’t se it happening.
 

Dulwich Mishi

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Cup game away to Leyton Orient on Wednesday night, 27th November, kick off 7:45pm at Mile End Stadium.
 

Al Crane

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Re.QPR it’s also worth noting that we’ve played them twice this season and only lost by the odd goal. I saw the cup game and certainly didn’t think QPR were streets ahead in terms of ability. Indeed if the Hamlet had had their shooting boots on in the home cup game, we would have won. Lots of matches left, anything could happen!

* just noticed we’re playing QPR at home in a couple of weeks.
 

Dulwich Mishi

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Re.QPR it’s also worth noting that we’ve played them twice this season and only lost by the odd goal. I saw the cup game and certainly didn’t think QPR were streets ahead in terms of ability. Indeed if the Hamlet had had their shooting boots on in the home cup game, we would have won. Lots of matches left, anything could happen!

* just noticed we’re playing QPR at home in a couple of weeks.
Yes, it might be close, but a win against them will only negate the loss at their place & points dropped against other sides will cost us...
 

Pink Panther

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Lack of faith or being honest.... With their games in hand& form so far I simply can’t see QPR dropping enough points not to be champions.
Would love them to, but really can’t se it happening.
Not building up your hopes too high is fair enough, but in stating that another club "will be champions" as if it's a fact you seem to revel in dashing anyone else's hopes too. No one was even getting carried away or suggesting we were favourites, the question was simply whether there was a second promotion opportunity beyond finishing top, in which case a simple "no, we need to finish top" was all that was needed. You did this all the way through the Isthmian Premier promotion season with your mantra that Billericay had already won it and there was no point even thinking beyond competing in the play-offs. It was like listening to Bob the Coat with his Aveley "Team of the Nineties".

Re.QPR it’s also worth noting that we’ve played them twice this season and only lost by the odd goal. I saw the cup game and certainly didn’t think QPR were streets ahead in terms of ability. Indeed if the Hamlet had had their shooting boots on in the home cup game, we would have won. Lots of matches left, anything could happen!

* just noticed we’re playing QPR at home in a couple of weeks.
They won 4-2 at Whyteleafe yesterday and their goal difference is +8 after six wins from six matches. So they won one other game by two goals and all the others by just the odd goal. Hardly the form of a team that's different class to anyone else in the division.

Looks like the right date to me
The fixture list on the DHFC website originally had this game down for Saturday 30th after Mishi had already given the correct date. It's since been amended.
 
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Dulwich Mishi

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Not building up your hopes too high is fair enough, but in stating that another club "will be champions" as if it's a fact you seem to revel in dashing anyone else's hopes too. No one was even getting carried away or suggesting we were favourites, the question was simply whether there was a second promotion opportunity beyond finishing top, in which case a simple "no, we need to finish top" was all that was needed. You did this all the way through the Isthmian Premier promotion season with your mantra that Billericay had already won it and there was no point even thinking beyond competing in the play-offs. It was like listening to Bob the Coat with his Aveley "Team of the Nineties".


They won 4-2 at Whyteleafe yesterday and their goal difference is +8 after six wins from six matches. So they won one other game by two goals and all the others by just the odd goal. Hardly the form of a team that's different class to anyone else in the division.


The fixture list on the DHFC website originally had this game down for Saturday 30th after Mishi had already given the correct date. It's since been amended.
I don’t call myself an ‘Old Skool Pessimist’ for nothing...
 
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