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Hornchurch have to wait for Ryman League opener

PUBLISHED: 10:10 13 July 2011

- AFC Hornchurch vs Aveley - Ryman League Premier Division Football at The Stadium - 08/03/11 - MANDATORY CREDIT: Gavin Ellis/TGSPHOTO - Self billing applies where appropriate - Tel: 0845 094 6026

- AFC Hornchurch vs Aveley - Ryman League Premier Division Football at The Stadium - 08/03/11 - MANDATORY CREDIT: Gavin Ellis/TGSPHOTO - Self billing applies where appropriate - Tel: 0845 094 6026

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Romford visit Harlow on first day

Hornchurch will have to wait an extra 24 hours to start their Ryman Premier Division campaign.

The league announced fixtures for the 2011/12 season this morning and handed Urchins a trip to Cray on Sunday August 21.

Romford are on their travels in Division One North, visiting Harlow on August 20, while Aveley entertain Kingstonian after earning a reprieve from relegation.

Hornchurch’s first home game of the season sees Canvey visit Bridge Avenue on Tuesday August 23, while Romford entertain Redbridge and Aveley travel to Margate.

Boxing Day sees Hornchurch travel to Billericay, while Aveley host East Thurrock and Romford visit Grays.

The New Year’s Eve assignments see Aveley at home against Margate, while Hornchurch visit Canvey and Romford travel to Redbridge.

The season ends on April 28, when Hornchurch host Leatherhead and Aveley entertain Hendon, while Romford travel to Great Wakering Rovers.

A full list of fixtures will be published on the Recorder website later.


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