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Where The Title Was Won And Lost

(May 02, 2016)

After Sidley United were confirmed as Division One champions due to Crowhurst being unable to fulfil today's fixture, we take a look at the head to head records of the top three sides and where the title was potentially won and lost. Blues meet Old Hastonians on the final day.

Sidley United:

Eastbourne Rangers (h)   W  2 - 0
Eastbourne Rangers (h)   W  1 - 0
Eastbourne Rangers (a)    L  1 - 5
Old Hastonians          (a)   W  3 - 1
Old Hastonians          (h)   D   2 - 2

Old Hastonians:

Eastbourne Rangers (a)  W  3 - 2
Eastbourne Rangers (h)  D  1 - 1
Eastbourne Rangers (h)  W  3 - 2
Sidley United             (h)   L   1 - 3
Sidley United             (a)  D   2 - 2 

Eastbourne Rangers:

Sidley United (a) L     0 - 2
Sidley United (a) L     0 - 1
Sidley United (h) W    5 - 1
Old Hastonians (h) L  2 - 3
Old Hastonians (a) D  1 - 1
Old Hastonians (a) L  2 - 3

TeamPWDLFAGD PTS
Sidley United 5 3 1 1 9 8 1 10
Old Hastonians 5 2 2 1 10 10 0 8
Eastbourne Rangers 6 1 1 4 10 11 -1 4

The points lost by Rangers in these head to heads were the only points they dropped in the entire league campaign. Sidley lost 3 points to The J.C Tackleway and Old Hastonians dropped 4 points to Crowhurst and 3 points to The J.C Tackleway. 
Sidley United are also the only side to have beaten every other team in the division at least once this season.

Champions.

 

 

                                           

 

 

 

 

 

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