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Geoff
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I've heard a whisper that Hashtag may be at Tilbury next year.
No idea if that is informed opinion or wild speculation though.


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At Boreham Wood's game on Monday, a Haringey Borough stalwart was insisting that there is no need for Hashtag to move out at all.

Double-headers on Sundays could comfortably be managed at Coles Park, with Hashtag and Tottenham Females agreeing fixture times to suit themselves, depending on who their visitors are.


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Construction is well underway on a new home for Alderbury FC of the Southampton League on land next to the Recreation Ground where they currently play. Completion is due in time for the start of next season. Possibly the last two home games on the old recreation ground are:
20th April vs Priory Rovers
4th May vs Montefiore Halls
Both matches kick off at 2:30pm, their Salisbury Sunday League team's last home match is 21st April vs George & Dragon (11am).
http://www.alderburyfc.com/news


Geoff
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I don’t think Spurs ladies moving in is a factor. The ladies currently play at Cheshunt where they share with the host cub & F.C. Romania so I can’t see that it would be a problem at Haringey who, unlike Cheshunt, have a 3G pitch.
If Hashtag do move out, I don’t think Haringey will have a problem finding someone to take their place (if they want to) as almost all the other step 6 and above compliant grounds in north & east London already host two clubs with three at Harlow.
The Terence Macmillan Stadium (currently home to Fire Utd & Lopes Tavares) is under threat of closure at the end of next season so those clubs will need to be making plans and I know of at least one other club, not a million miles away, who are looking for a suitable groundshare for next season.


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Heard at May & Baker a couple of weeks ago that there's a new Secretary at Barking RFC and he's not too happy about them groundsharing there.

With the proposed new M&B ground in Parsloes Park a season or two away, M&B have agreed a groundshare as second tenants at Aveley, which as well as financially benefitting the landlords, could help out with loan/dual registration agreements for the Aveley reserve/youth players.

The Thurlow Nunn League are against it though.


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Returning to the thread topic, Tuesday is the final chance to see Broadbridge Heath at the leisure centre before they finally move to their new ground. Broadbridge Heath v Loxwood, KO 7.45, 23/4.


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This season will mark the last season for York City at Bootham Crescent.

Looks as though it won't be. The online version of the York Press reports (22/4) the new Community Stadium, to be shared by York City and York City Knights RLFC, isn't going to be ready until October:

The long-delayed new Community Stadium for York may not now be ready until October. Fifteen years after plans were first proposed to create the new stadium, it was hit by fresh delays in February. Outgoing council leader Cllr Ian Gillies told The Press that he would be “disappointed if it wasn’t ready in the autumn” but he said he “would hope that it would be ready by October”. City of York Council said it was unable to confirm an opening date and declined to comment on the progress of the scheme. Developers are currently on the site of the stadium’s leisure complex, where work is being carried out to install seats in the West Stand and the swimming pools are being tiled. York City Football Club will not be able to start the football season at the new venue and by the end of October they will be about a quarter of the way through their 2019-20 campaign. York City Knights will also not be able to move in during the current rugby league season as previously planned. The Press revealed in February that the 8,000-seat stadium and leisure centre had been hit by fresh delays. The site was due to open in July but the council were not able to say whether the project has been delayed by weeks or by months, or explain the reasons for the hold-up. The Knights were due to play their last two home games of the current Betfred Championship season – against Bradford Bulls on July 20 and Featherstone Rovers on August 18 - at the Community Stadium, but were told this will not happen. The delay means the clubs will continue to play at Bootham Crescent until the new stadium is ready. A planning application to build 80 new homes on the ground was submitted by developers Persimmon at the end of January. Senior councillors were told at a meeting in September 2018 that construction work was on schedule and due to be completed by May 2019, with the stadium set to open in July. A spokesman for City of York Council, speaking in February, said: “A significant amount of progress has been made to date, both on and off site, with all stands now visible. “Work will continue with all partners to minimise any delay and open the York Stadium Leisure Complex as soon as possible, without compromising on quality or safety.” Plans for the new stadium were given the green light by the council’s planning committee back in March 2015. The development will also include leisure facilities featuring new swimming pools, a gym, dance studios, outdoor pitches, an indoor climbing area and aerial high ropes course. There will also be an IMAX cinema, a ten pin bowling alley and a mini indoor golf centre. National restaurant chains TGI Fridays and Zizzi’s are also set to open branches at the complex. And there will be a community hub with health services, a library area, York Against Cancer shop. Both York City and York City Knights have been unavailable for comment.


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I know its not current season, but Addersbury Park hsve started building their new grounds so 2019/20 might be the last season at their picturesque ground


Chiltern79
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May 12, 2019, 10:12 AM

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It appears that yesterday's game was Clapton CFC last at the Stray Dog, which was always a temporary home, with strong indication that they will be moving into Wadham Lodge.

I guess that this move would see the end of Leyton Athletic ground share with Waltamstow after their relegation



Last new Ground: Stray Dog, Clapton CFC
New Grounds 18/19: 53
Total Grounds : 297
Current 92: 45 / 92


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It appears that yesterday's game was Clapton CFC last at the Stray Dog, which was always a temporary home, with strong indication that they will be moving into Wadham Lodge.

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Apparently there’s one more CFC game at the stray dog - next Saturday verses a Clapton Legends XI KO 1.00.


cherryhopper
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If Albion Rovers fail to beat Ynysygerwn and preserve their Welsh League status on Tuesday, then it could be the last match on the main pitch at Kimberley Park for a while. Last time they went down to the Gwent League they played on the second pitch nearer the changing rooms instead.


Andy D
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If Albion Rovers fail to beat Ynysygerwn and preserve their Welsh League status on Tuesday, then it could be the last match on the main pitch at Kimberley Park for a while. Last time they went down to the Gwent League they played on the second pitch nearer the changing rooms instead.


I believe this is down to the second pitch having better drainage.



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