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SCOTT McGleish was dreading facing his two biggest fans following his latest semi-final heartbreak with Wealdstone last night.Read
WEALDSTONE suffered semi-final heartbreak for the second successive year after bowing out to Concord in the cruellest possible fashion last night.Read
RICHARD Jolly’s goal poacher instincts clinched Wealdstone a home playoff semi-final in what was the final league game of his career.
A SERIOUS-LOOKING injury for midfielder Tom Pett overshadowed Wealdstone’s tense playoff scrap with Lowestoft last night.
FANS from Manchester City and Wigan meant it was a good weekend at The Vale in more ways than one for Wealdstone.Read
THE OLDEST strike partnership in the Ryman League was on song as Wealdstone got their playoff campaign back on track against Cray at a rain-soaked Grosvenor Vale on Saturday.
WEALDSTONE’s hopes of finishing top play-off candidates took a massive blow as they suffered a first defeat in 14 matches against Bury last night.
WEALDSTONE kept their title hopes alive with an impressive 4-2 victory over play-off chasing Margate.Read
GROUCHO Marx is widely credited with the saying ‘I’ve had a wonderful evening but this wasn’t it.’
WOEFUL Wealdstone’s 14-month unbeaten home league run came to an end of New Year’s Day after a last-gasp fight-back against Wingate & Finchley came up short.Read
WEALDSTONE must develop more of a winning habit on their travels to cement their place as title contenders according to new boy Chris Moore.Read
WEALDSTONE boss Gordon Bartlett insists signing Uxbridge striker Chris Moore is not a gamble.Read
UXBRIDGE striker Chris Moore is weighing up an offer to join Wealdstone.Read
TRANSFER target Chris Moore has told Wealdstone it will take something special to tempt him from Uxbridge.Read
WEALDSTONE went top of the Ryman Premier League for 24 hours at least after Peter Dean inspired the mother of all comebacks at The Vale last night.
WES Parker issued a stern warning to his Wealdstone troops this week in the wake of their FA Cup exit to Lowestoft – ‘pretty boys win nothing.’Read
LEE Chappell has been best friends with Danny Spendlove since they were in short trousers, but that will not stop the Stones full back ‘doing a number’ on a former team-mate.Read
GORDON Bartlett claims Wealdstone’s bench for Saturday’s FA Cup win over Biggleswade illustrates a greater strength in depth at the club this season.Read
STRIKE partners Richard Jolly and Peter Dean were both on target as Wealdstone started their FA Cup journey with a comfortable win over Biggleswade.Read
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