Vanarama get a feel of Division One South’s runners and riders so far!

Vanarama get a feel of Division One South’s runners and riders so far!

By Vanarama News
13 September
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What can we tell from the first four weeks of BetVictor action - and what’s to come this Saturday?


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We’re edging toward the middle of September already - and that’s usually the time the leagues start to settle down.

So what do we know so far and who of the early fast-starters look like they have some longevity?

Four sides remain unbeaten heading into the weekend and there’s no better place to start than with the pacesetters.

Frome Town are firing, a far cry from the club who were relegated last season. They have rebuilt well in the new division - but could they be here for one year only?

Five wins from six and 14 goals scored in that time suggest they have a great chance of bouncing back. Now they are looking to stretch their legs with a September full of home games. Pointless Willand Rovers visit first on Saturday - then Slimbridge and Highworth come to town in the next few weeks.

Thatcham will have something to say about that. They’ve played a game less but have still only dropped points once - this Saturday they’re at home to Bideford.

Larkhall haven’t lost yet, either. Their strong start will come under scrutiny when they visit Mangotsfield Town.

The fourth undefeated team are Winchester City. They have two wins and a draw to their name so far having played less than most. They are back in league action at Evesham, who also have eight points to their name so far.

Basingstoke Town have been borrowing players this week to try and get their season up and running.

The Dragons have one point from five matches and fans hope their new loan stars can shine at home to Cinderford.

Melksham are also down where they really don’t want to be and this Saturday hope to begin their climb against Highworth Town.

AFC Totton fans will have hoped to get going sooner, they have three points from a possible 15 - can they get a win on the board at Bristol Manor Farm?

Slimbridge and Barnstaple are yet to set the league alight - neither side can afford to come off second best at Thornhill Park.

Meanwhile Sholing play Cirencester on Saturday as fourth-place Paulton Rovers will fancy their chances of upping the heat on the other teams at the top as they take on Moneyfields.

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