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London Senior Cup 2020/21

Round 1
Harrow Borough v Glebe
Sporting Bengal United v Tooting & Mitcham United
Beckenham Town v Fisher
Redbridge v Welling United
Cray Valley (PM) v Corinthian-Casuals
Wingate & Finchley v Erith Town
Phoenix Sports v Haringey Borough
Balham v AFC Wimbledon
Metropolitan Police v Leyton Orient
Dartford v Dulwich Hamlet
Clapton v Watford
Cockfosters v Tower Hamlets
AFC Croydon Athletic v Charlton Athletic
Byes: Hendon, Brentford, Barking

Round 2
A Cockfosters or Tower Hamlets v Clapton or Watford
B Redbridge or Welling United v Balham or AFC Wimbledon
C Wingate & Finchley or Erith Town v AFC Croydon Athletic or Charlton Athletic
D Beckenham Town or Fisher v Barking
E Harrow Borough or Glebe v Cray Valley (PM) or Corinthian-Casuals
F Hendon v Brentford
G Sporting Bengal United or Tooting & Mitcham United v Metropolitan Police or Leyton Orient
H Phoenix Sports or Haringey Borough v Dartford or Dulwich Hamlet
 

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Do Cray Valley have a morning team too? Otherwise what does the PM mean?
 

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PM = Paper Mills.

:)
 

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So Charlton, Wimbledon and Watford have joined in this year
 

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Any idea when round 2 is due to be played? Shame we got a bye in a way, could do with the games..
 

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Why don't they call themselves Cray Valley Paper Mills then? Why not CV Paper Mills? or Cray V Paper M?
Good Point. But if they did, you'd be asking why they don't call themselves Cray Valley (PM).
 

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Any idea when round 2 is due to be played? Shame we got a bye in a way, could do with the games..
Round One has nominally been scheduled for Nov 7th but clubs can change to suit and play when they see fit but have been asked to play at least one round before Christmas and hopefully two.
I also think Barking are playing Hanwell Town in round one rather than having a bye.
I would imagine the FA Cup rules will apply re spectators at present, in that Step 3 below can have fans but no away fans for Step 2 and above.
 

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Assume these will be behind closed doors?
I presume that the same rules apply, as per the FA Cup, regarding Elite and Non Elite clubs.

Not quite sure where Brentford B fit into this.
 

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Brentford B are an elite club

I read that the Fulham academy were playing at a non league ground

But fans were still not allowed to attend
 

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As we're away to a non elite club does that mean fans can attend? Would be a shame if not. They let us in to watch the final at Hanwell a couple of weeks back.
 

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As we're away to a non elite club does that mean fans can attend? Would be a shame if not. They let us in to watch the final at Hanwell a couple of weeks back.
Non Elite clubs fans can.
 
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We have agreed a date with Brentford for our London Senior Cup 2nd round tie against their 'B' team.

The match will take place at SIlver Jubilee Park next Tuesday evening, kicking off at 7:30pm. Tickets will be available from 8am tomorrow morning from our online ticket shop and will be priced at:

£6.50 Adults
£2 Under-18s

We will also have tickets available on the day for those unable to purchase in advance priced at:

£7 Adults
£2 Under-18s.
 

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We have agreed a date with Brentford for our London Senior Cup 2nd round tie against their 'B' team.

The match will take place at SIlver Jubilee Park next Tuesday evening, kicking off at 7:30pm. Tickets will be available from 8am tomorrow morning from our online ticket shop and will be priced at:

£6.50 Adults
£2 Under-18s

We will also have tickets available on the day for those unable to purchase in advance priced at:

£7 Adults
£2 Under-18s.
ooh.. interesting. Might have to give that a go..
 

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We have agreed a date with Brentford for our London Senior Cup 2nd round tie against their 'B' team.

The match will take place at SIlver Jubilee Park next Tuesday evening, kicking off at 7:30pm. Tickets will be available from 8am tomorrow morning from our online ticket shop and will be priced at:

£6.50 Adults
£2 Under-18s

We will also have tickets available on the day for those unable to purchase in advance priced at:

£7 Adults
£2 Under-18s.
Is that Kingsbury's ground?
 

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Non-Elite club fans are all immune to COVID, of course.
...and so obviously are the elite club visiting fans. Please distance socially esp. if shouting and singing and wear good quality masks, respect hand and mask hygiene and do not behave antisocially. The PNE and Bees supporters attending the Corinthians last week may have been attending legally (although definitely not in the spirit of allowing small club loyal attendance), but this was seriously anti-social behaviour. Crowds at present are a definite no no. Many of us, especially the elderly are taking great care to minimise the impact of the pandemic, by taking great care to socially isolate with all its attendant short term negative impact on our wellbeing, but in an endeavour to try and shorten the long term impact of the pandemic.
 

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