Pitchero Non League Newsletter
Login:   Help
Breaking News:
FA Carlsberg Vase Second Round Review... - A round-up of Saturday`s ties in the FA Vase.... Sussex County League Round-Up.... - In the four Sussex County League Division One matches that were played on Saturday, Ian Stevens made a winning start to.... ... Ray Simpson`s Northern League Round-Up.. - Bottom club Crook Town have added Peter Mulcaster to their management team as they try to climb away from the....... Gap at the Top Closes to Three Points - Only three points separate the top three in the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League First Division South after Saturday`s matches. ... Vics Narrow Gap to Two Points - Northwich Victoria reduced Darlington 1883`s lead at the top of the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League First Division North....... Tivvy End Town`s Ten-Match Winning Run - Evo-Stik League Southern Division One South & West leaders Stratford Town saw their run of ten successive wins come.... ... Poppies Earn Late Win to Go Seven Clear - In the Evo-Stik League Southern Division One Central on Saturday, leaders Kettering Town found themselves in a battle at....... Dolphins Go Seven Points Clear - In the Evo-Stik League Southern Premier Division on Saturday, Poole Town won 2-0 at Cambridge City to move seven........ Uhlsport Hellenic League Round-Up.... - Highmoor-Ibis retained their position at the top of the Uhlsport Hellenic League Premier Division on Saturday, despite being....... Southern Counties League Round-Up... - It was a reduced Southern Counties East League Premier Division fixture list due to the FA Vase on Saturday.... South West Peninsula League Round-Up... - With a lot of cup football on Saturday there were just four games in the Carlsberg South West Peninsula League Premier.... ... United Counties League Round-Up..... - In the ChromaSport & Trophies United Counties League Premier Division on Saturday, Cogenhoe United missed a chance........ Pivotal Day in NPL Premier Division - Saturday could prove to be a pivotal one in the race for the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League Premier Division title. ... Top Two in Ryman Premier Both Lose - Hampton & Richmond Borough boss Alan Dowson said if the Beavers attacked Ryman League Premier Division leaders..... ... Top Game Ends All-Square at Kingfield - The top game in the Vanarama Conference on Saturday between leaders Barnet and fellow promotion-chasers Woking....... Leaders Drop Two Home Points - Leaders Boreham Wood dropped two points in the Vanarama Conference South on Saturday and allowed second-placed.... ... Bluebirds Win Top of the Table Clash - The game of the day in the Vanarama Conference North was undoubtedly at Nethermoor between second-placed....... Bell Departs Weston - The Board of Directors at Vanarama Conference South club Weston-super-Mare have announced the departure of head.... ... Toomey Takes Permanent Crook Helm - John Toomey will take charge of bottom club Crook Town for the first time as permanent manager when they go to...... Beavers Will Look to Attack Leaders - Alan Dowson, manager of Ryman League Premier Division club Hampton & Richmond Borough, says the only way to defend... ...

Latest The Ryman Football League News

			        
The Ryman Football League

Two In - Two Out at Bognor

Josh Warren has joined Ryman League Premier Division club Bognor Regis Town from npower League One side Portsmouth

0 Comments

Published 14th March 2013

Two In - Two Out at Bognor
Jamie Howell

At over six feet tall, 18-year-old Warren plays at centre half for Pompey's reserve and academy sides and this will be his first experience of a loan away from Fratton Park.

He has signed on `work experience` forms which means he can continue to play and train with Portsmouth whilst turning out for the Rocks.

An added bonus for the Rocks is that Warren is eligible for selection for the Sussex Senior Cup semi-final.

The relationship between the two clubs continues to strengthen, with Portsmouth able to play a number of their Academy matches at Nyewood Lane, and the likelihood that a date will soon be agreed for a pre-season friendly against the Pompey first-team in July.

Meanwhile, the club has announced that both Ben Andrews and Nick Jordan have left the Rocks.

In both cases continuing long-term injuries have meant that neither could realistically expect to play again this season.

Andrews joined the Rocks eighteen months ago and when fit proved to be not only an inspirational central defender, but also capable of playing effectively up front.

Sadly his long-term knee injury has now worsened and he will not be able to play again this season. As he had already announced that he intended to retire at the end of the season, his contract has now been terminated by mutual consent.

Jordan arrived at Nyewood Lane six weeks ago following Craig Stoner's injury. However, he has been carrying a shoulder injury himself over the past few weeks which has now worsened. It is clear that this will not recover if he continues to play, and he will therefore not be available again this season.

Manager Jamie Howell expressed his disappointment on behalf of both players, and also on behalf of supporters who have stayed remarkably loyal despite the horrendous injury list which has blighted the season.

He has assured supporters that every effort is being made to bring in new players who can benefit the team, as in the case of Simon Woods, a striker from Sydenhams Football League (Wessex) side AFC Portchester.

Woods has already scored twenty-two goals this season.