Potter's Bar Sport News

Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Potters Bar Town chairman Peter Waller has admitted the club are already feeling the pinch of the coronavirus suspension and has called on the FA and the leagues to find help as soon as possible.

The Isthmian League say they have identified their preferred solution to the outcome of the suspended season and will “express those views” to the rest of the non-league world.


Unprecedented times. Social distancing, self-isolation, quarantine, lockdown, shutdown.

Uncertainty is the main word being used around sport at the moment. Nobody knows what is going to happen and Welwyn Hatfield Times and Herts Advertiser sports reporter Neil Metcalfe is definitely no different. That hasn’t stopped him from peering into his crystal ball mind you and seeing if he can unpick what might happen in next season’s non-league’s structure. Find out where he has placed your team in his latest Mouth of the Tyne column.

The coronavirus threat may have brought the hockey season to a sudden stop but there won’t be too many complaints at Potters Bar after their men clinched promotion to East League Premier B.

Welwyn Garden City earned the bragging rights with a 3-2 win over Potters Bar in the 5 Counties Women’s Hockey League Premier Division.

The Isthmian League will meet again on Monday evening to decide on their nest steps.


The Isthmian League has opted to cancel games due to the Coronavirus outbreak but only for the next week at the moment.


Potters Bar kept their East Hockey League Division One promotion push on track with a 2-1 home win over West Herts.


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