It's good to see City with a team in a league to bridge the gap between the Youth leagues and the 1st XI. Though it's (amazingly!) 15 seasons since City last had a team in the Suburban League there were often good contests in that competition, and it ought to provide good tests and experience for those coming through the City system.
As a 'Saturday team', will they be playing on the 'outside pitch' or are Long Crendon not ground-sharing at Marsh Lane in 19-20?
A 4-1 win at Met. Police Reserves at the weekend took unbeaten OCFC U23s up to second place in the Suburban League. City definitely making a good return to this league after a long absence. Their first home fixture is on Sept. 28th at 3.00 p.m. against Bromley U23s (1st XI away at Braintree on that day)