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3rd December 2013
Dec 4, 2013, 12:23 am

AN UNCONVINCING PERFORMANCE BUT THREE MORE POINTS

Fortunately Borough were quicker out of the blocks and two up before the half hour mark although the second was an unfortunate own goal deflection of a shot going well wide.  Anthony McDonald had taken maximum benefit of a good advantage decision by the referee to put Borough ahead five minutes earlier in the 22nd minute.    If Borough thought it was all over their ground-sharers Greenhouse London had other ideas and enjoyed the better of the second half but were let down by their finishing, even missing an early penalty which would have made for a very interesting contest and their last minute goal would have been more than a mere consolation.   Between the penalty miss and the consolation goal Borough had probably made fewer but better chances than Greenhouse but their finishing was way below par and over elaboration in front of goal contributed to the failiure to find the net again.


30th November 2013
Nov 30, 2013, 9:37 pm

PATCHED UP BOROUGH SIDE DOES ENOUGH

Borough were forced to field a much changed side including players who were carrying injuries or were unwell from the start, or returning after lay-offs but  did enough to secure a 2-0 win against Ilford at their Cricklefield Stadium.     Tyrone Cazaubon scored his first goal for the Club and Dean Fenton added the second in a 2 minute spell towards the end of the first half of a game with few memorable incidents


26th November 2013
Nov 26, 2013, 11:55 pm

A MISERABLE EVENING FROM START TO FINISH

Nothing went right for Borough when they visited  Sawbridgeworth Town;  traffic problems caused delay which meant their somewhat makeshift team depleted by injuries and suspension had to make do with only rather a brief warm up period even though the referee agreed to a kick off 15 minutes later than scheduled.   Sawbridgeworth tore into Borough right from the off, although the two goals they scored in the first 15 minutes owed much to Borough's sloppy defending.    Thereafter it was mainly Borough enjoying the lion's share of possesssion and had not Cedric Lakole blasted high over from the penalty spot a minute from the interval the outcome might have been different.  Borough dominated the second half even though Dewayne Clarke was dismissed early on apparently for an attempted headbutt.   But as Borough threw men forward late on spaces opened up for the home team to exploit and they made the game safe with a third goal just before the end of normal time.   Anthony McDonald did race clear to pull one back for Borough in injury time but it was too little too late.   An evening best forgotten then got even worse with some unsavoury scenes after the final whistle which undoubtedly means that a great deal more will  be heard about it  when the referees reports are processed


19th November 2013
Nov 19, 2013, 11:57 pm

WINNING RUN OVER - BOROUGH OUT OF THE LONDON SENIOR CUP

It was no great surprise that Borough's seven match winning streak could not be further extended as the "knocks" picked up in  last Saturday's battle royal necessitated the fielding of a much changed team including two debut-makers and with only two "survivors" from that previous game in the starting line-up.   The 1-5 score line was a little harsh on Borough who enjoyed plenty of possession and often looked threatening but  Ryman League Tooting & Mitcham United inevitably capitalised on Borough's occasional defensive lapses.


16 November 2013
Nov 17, 2013, 1:32 am

BOROUGH IN SEVENTH HEAVEN

AND IN THIRD ROUND OF THE VASE

Ninety minutes of relentless concentration saw Borough record their seventh consecutive win and the 4-1 victory at Thurlow Nunn Eastern Counties League side Walsham-le-Willows puts them into next Mondays draw for the next round of the FA Carlsberg Vase.  The scoreline suggests a comfortable win but nothing could be further from the truth and it was not until deep into stoppage time that Borough netted their 4th goal.   Even when three down Walsham never let up the pressure for a moment and when they pulled one back from being three down it set up a nervy last fifteen minutes for Borough as the home side naturally threw caution to the wind but left them open to dangerous  breakaways and the stoppage time goal was not Borough's only chance in that period.

THIRD ROUND DRAW NOW MADE

BOROUGH WILL BE AT HOME TO BRANTHAM ATHLETIC IN THE THIRD ROUND ON SATURDAY 7th DECEMBER.    Brantham are in the same League - Thurlow Nunn Eastern Counties League - as the team defeated in the 2nd round and are one place above Walsham-le-Willows in the Premier Division table.


8th November
Nov 8, 2013, 3:45 pm

JOIN IN OUR "BIG DAY"

On Saturday 16th November we are visiting Eastern Counties League Club WALSHAM-LE-WILLOWS in the Second Round of the FA Carlsberg Vase.

A coach has been hired for the trip - leaving Coles Park at 10.45am sharp.   To reserve a seat please contact John (01707  873187) or  Tom (07956 284480)


2nd November 2013
Nov 2, 2013, 9:29 pm

6th WIN ON THE TROT LIFTS BOROUGH TO 6th

Borough siezed control of the game right from the off when Sporting Bengal United visited Coles Park and should really have taken the opportunity to further improve their goal difference.   But first half strikes from  Stephen Obeng and Dewayne Clarke and Anthony McDonalds third midway through the second half were enough to secure a comfortable 3-0 win and lifted them one place up the table to 6th as they overtook Barking who are their next opponents.

 


26th October 2013
Oct 26, 2013, 9:33 pm

 SUPER SUBS TURN IT ROUND

Borough fell behind seconds before half time in their visit to fellow promotion hopefuls Enfield 1893 but a Lawrence Constanti winner in second half stoppage time was the icing on the cake after fellow substitute Christopher Benjamin’s equalizer midway through the half.    But any man of the match award would have to go to Dan “never knowingly outheaded” Gudgeon – a colossus at the heart of the Borough defence.  The win lifted Borough to 7th in the table and if they won their games in hand on the Clubs above them they would be third.


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