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Evo-Stik League South Fixture Release – Can Hereford Make It Three Consecutive Promotions?

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Newcomers Hereford United will kick-off their campaign on the road at Kings Langley.

Peter Beadle’s men stormed to the Division One South and West title last season for their second successive promotion and will now look to make it three in a row, and return to the National League. On the other hand, Kings Langley survived only on goal difference and will hope for better things this time around.

Last season’s two play-off losers Merthyr Town and Hitchin Town, who lost in the final to Leamington, will go up against each other after finishing third and fourth last time out.

The Division One Central champions Royston Town, who amassed a highly impressive 102 points, will host Stratford Town, while play-off winners Farnborough travel to St Neots Town.

Slough Town, the other play-off loser from last season, get underway at home with a visit from ninth-place Kettering Town.

Tiverton Town were the somewhat shock winners of the Division One South and West play-off final, beating Salisbury, start with a home fixture against Bishop Stortford – relegated from the National League South.

Gosport Borough were doomed to relegation with Stortford as a result of financial problems and travel to King’s Lynn Town on the opening day.

Elsewhere, Dorchester Town travel to Banbury United, who missed out on the play-offs last season, and Basingstoke Town host Frome Town.

Biggleswade Town kick-off against Chesham United and two side’s that finished in the bottom half, Redditch United and Dunstable Town go head-to-head.

After a decent finish to last season, securing tenth, Weymouth host St Ives Town.

 

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