2017/18

Is Eisa the game changer?

It’s been a while since Wealdstone had a player the fans could “hang their hat on.” Someone who generates the sort of excitement that reverberates around the terraces. Direct running, the beating of an opponent, the ability to create a chance out of nothing and, of course, pace, raw pace… Wealdstone have been blessed with

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Eisa banks points for Stones

Abobaker Eisa’s 88th minute winner on “Non League Day” stole the points for the Stones and left Whitehawk rooted to the foot of the National South table. Wealdstone 2-1 Whitehawk, Saturday 7 October 2017, att: 953 Stones have rarely been pretty at home in recent seasons but despite another tepid display on home soil Bobby

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Nostalgic video of Bartlett reign

The dust has settled one month on since Gordon Bartlett left his post as Wealdstone Football Club’s longest serving manager.  Here @StonesGoals pays it’s own video tribute to the legend that is… @StonesGoals Gordon Bartlett, 22 years from Stones Goals on Vimeo.


Gordon Bartlett is Off The Bench

Just five games into the new season, Saturday’s 2-0 loss at home to Chelmsford brought the curtain down on Gordon Bartlett’s 22-year reign as Wealdstone manager. It is difficult to write negatively about a man who gave so much to Wealdstone Football Club. In fact, you can argue not difficult, but “impossible.” The negative vitriol

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LATEST: National League South squads (ins, outs, retained)

Update: 9 July 2017 Bath Retained players: Naby Diallo, Jack Batten, Frankie Artus, Nick McCootie, Billy Murpy, George Rigg, Marvin Morgan, Andy Watkins Players in: Anthony Straker (Aldershot), Darren Jones (Newport County), Jamie Lucas (Bristol Rovers), Nat Jarvis (Hungerford Town), Miles Welch-Hayes (Oxford United). Players out: Steve Phillips, Stuart Fleetwood, Lee Marshall, Josh Hutchinson (all released);  Chas Hemmings

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2017/18 fixtures released

The National League fixtures were released this lunchtime and Wealdstone kick off their 2017/18 National League South campaign at home to Concord Rangers. The Stones have suffered turgid starts in recent seasons, winning just one game from the opening ten in each of their first two NLS campaigns, but faired better last term winning four of the opening ten matches.

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Have your say: Who will win the National League South?

With the National League South fixtures due for release on Wednesday 5 July at 1pm, now is the chance to vote for your winner. Will you side with 7/1 bookies favourites Dartford? Or perhaps 12/1 Bath City are your dark horse? Maybe Hemel’s activity has caught your eye… whoever you’re tipping let us know by voting

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Emotion, passion, glory: National League South 2017/18

One month to go: 5 August, National League South big kick-off It’s nearly upon us. 98 days on from the dramatic conclusion of the NLS title race that saw Maidenhead United pip Ebbsfleet to the crown and earn their place amongst non-league football’s elite, the National South will return for another exciting instalment. And this time the league

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