The day of the amateur may have long gone, but there are still traces of the old Corinthian spirit to be found outside the non-league pyramid. The Southern Amateur League has been around for over 100 years, and is still going strong today. There are some wonderful old names in the league, some of which evoke a gentler, more sporting time. No tweets on twitter about breaking someone’s leg or taunts about wages here! The SAL has a strong code of conduct that centres on sportsmanship and hospitality. One senses that it’s blazers all round! There’s a host of Old Boys clubs that undoubtedly espouse such sentiments – Actonians, Blues, Esthameians, Finchleans, Garchonians, Salesians, Wilsonians and my favourite, Old Westminster Citizens. Then there’s the…