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Urchins and Boro to meet early doors

PUBLISHED: 12:00 16 July 2015

Hornchurch manager Jimmy McFarlane will come up against Cray Wanderers on the opening day of the Ryman North campaign (pic: Gavin Ellis/TGSPHOTO).

Hornchurch manager Jimmy McFarlane will come up against Cray Wanderers on the opening day of the Ryman North campaign (pic: Gavin Ellis/TGSPHOTO).

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Fixtures for the new Ryman North campaign were revealed earlier this morning

Romford manager Paul Martin and assistant Mark Lord will be preparing to face AFC Sudbury on the opening day of the Ryman North season (pic: TGSPHOTO).Romford manager Paul Martin and assistant Mark Lord will be preparing to face AFC Sudbury on the opening day of the Ryman North season (pic: TGSPHOTO).

The fixtures for the new Ryman North campaign were released today and local sides Hornchurch and Romford discovered who they would face on the opening day of the season.

Jimmy McFarlane’s Urchins’ will host Cray Wanderers on August 8 at Bridge Avenue – the Kent side finished 16th last year after battling relegation for most of the season.

Romford, meanwhile, will start on the road as Paul Martin’s men have the lengthy trip to AFC Sudbury, who finished 3rd last season.

After that match, however, the two rivals will face each other in a fantastic local derby as Boro welcome Hornchurch to Ship Lane on August 12.

Urchins will travel to Dereham Town the following weekend, whilst Martin’s side host another familiar foe in the shape of Tilbury.

Hornchurch’s league fixtures (home matches in capital):

Aug 8: CRAY WANDERERS

Aug 12: Romford

Aug 15: Dereham Town

Aug 22: THAMESMEAD TOWN

Aug 25: Redbridge

Aug 31: GREAT WAKERING ROVERS

Sept 5: Aveley

Sept 8: REDBRIDGE

Sept 12: Thurrock or FA Cup

Sept 19: BARKINGSIDE

Sept 22: MALDON & TIPTREE

Sept 26: Cheshunt or FA Cup

Sept 29: Phoenix Sports

Oct 10: HARLOW TOWN or FA Cup

Oct 13: PHOENIX SPORTS

Oct 17: Wroxham

Oct 20: Maldon & Tiptree

Oct 24: TILBURY or FA Cup

Oct 27: ROMFORD

Nov 7: DEREHAM TOWN

Nov 14: Thamesmead Town or FA Trophy

Nov 21: Brightlingsea Regent

Nov 28: HARINGEY BOROUGH or FA Trophy

Dec 5: BURY TOWN

Dec 12: Heybridge Swifts or FA Trophy

Dec 19: WALTHAM ABBEY

Dec 26: Great Wakering Rovers

Jan 2: WITHAM TOWN

Jan 9: Barkingside

Jan 16: AFC Sudbury or FA Trophy

Jan 23: SOHAM TOWN RANGERS

Jan 30: Harlow Town

Feb 6: CHESHUNT

Feb 13: Tilbury

Feb 20: WROXHAM

Feb 27: Soham Town Rangers

March 5: SUDBURY

March 12: AVELEY

March 19: Waltham Abbey

March 26: THURROCK

March 28: Witham Town

April 2: BRIGHTLINGSEA REGENT

April 9: Haringey Borough

April 16: HEYBRIDGE SWIFTS

April 23: Bury Town

TBA: Cray Wanderers

Romford’s league fixtures (home matches in capitals):

Aug 8: AFC Sudbury

Aug 12: HORNCHURCH

Aug 15: TILBURY

Aug 22: Harlow Town

Aug 25: Phoenix Sports

Aug 31: THURROCK

Sept 5: Maldon & Tiptree

Sept 9: PHOENIX SPORTS

Sept 12: Great Wakering Rovers or FA Cup

Sept 19: BRIGHTLINGSEA REGENT

Sept 21: Aveley

Sept 26: HARINGEY BOROUGH or FA Cup

Sept 30: WALTHAM ABBEY

Oct 10: Thamesmead Town or FA Cup

Oct 13: Waltham Abbey

Oct 17: REDBRIDGE

Oct 21: AVELEY

Oct 24: Bury Town or FA Cup

Oct 27: Hornchurch

Oct 31: AFC SUDBURY or FA Trophy

Nov 7: Tilbury

Nov 14: HARLOW TOWN or FA Trophy

Nov 21: Witham Town

Nov 28: CRAY WANDERERS or FA Trophy

Dec 5: Wroxham

Dec 12: CHESHUNT or FA Trophy

Dec 19: SOHAM TOWN RANGERS

Dec 26: Thurrock

Jan 2: BARKINGSIDE

Jan 9: Brightlingsea Regent

Jan 16: HEYBRIDGE SWIFTS or FA Trophy

Jan 23: Dereham Town

Jan 30: THAMESMEAD TOWN

Feb 6: Haringey Borough

Feb 13: BURY TOWN

Feb 20: Redbridge

Feb 27: DEREHAM TOWN

March 5: Heybridge Swiftd

March 12: MALDON & TIPTREE

March 19: Soham Town Rangers

March 26: GREAT WAKERING ROVERS

March 28: Barkingside

April 2: WITHAM TOWN

April 9: Cray Wanderers

April 16: Cheshunt

April 23: WROXHAM


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