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27th April 2013
Apr 27, 2013, 9:41 pm

DISAPPOINTING END TO A FRUSTRATING SEASON

Borough totally controlled the first half at Biggleswade United's Second Meadow ground but at the interval over elaboration meant that they had only an early deflected long range blast from Dewayne Clarke on the scoresheet.  They paid for their failure to turn domination into goals as the home side drew level in the first minute of the second half with a penalty harshly awarded for alleged hand ball sand so vehemently  disputed that it led to a red card for central defender Joe O'Cearuill.  Naturally Biggleswade enjoyed more of the play after that but the re-organised Borough defence held out reasonably comfortably and Darrell Cox went agonisingly close to winning the game for Borough with the last kick of the match.     Results elsewhere meant that Borough dropped from 8th to finish a season which had started with such high hopes in 9th place.    But a finishing run of 7 unbeaten matches certainy justifies higher expectations  for next seasons campaign


27th April 2013
Apr 27, 2013, 9:40 pm

DISAPPOINTING END TO A FRUSTRATING SEASON

Borough totally controlled the first half at Biggleswade United's Second Meadow ground but at the interval over elaboration meant that they had only an early deflected long range blast from Dewayne Clarke on the scoresheet.  They paid for their failure to turn domination into goals as the home side drew level in the first minute of the second half with a penalty harshly awarded for alleged hand ball sand so vehemently  disputed that it led to a red card for central defender Joe O'Cearuill.  Naturally Biggleswade enjoyed more of the play after that but the re-organised Borough defence held out reasonably comfortably and Darrell Cox went agonisingly close to winning the game for Borough with the last kick of the match.     Results elsewhere meant that Borough dropped from 8th to finish a season which had started with such high hopes in 9th place.    But a finishing run of 7 unbeaten matches certainy justifies higher expectations  for next seasons campaign


25th April 2013
Apr 26, 2013, 12:00 am

NARROW WIN IN FINAL HOME GAME

Borough's defence kept a clean sheet for the second time in 3 days and its assured performance against the visiting Oxhey Jets team which included the League's runaway leading scorer - 52 goal Lewis Putnam - laid the foundation for the victory.  The only goal of the game arrived after 34 minutes when Nick Nicou launched a long ball over the top and Darrell Cox outjumped defenders and keeper to nod the ball against the bar from where it found its way into the corner of the net via a deflection.   With "The Jets" desperate for the victory which would have lifted them into second place it was not surprising that Borough had to withstand sustained late pressure.   Few opportunities were created in open play and Oxhey's main threat came from set-pieces with which the Borough defence coped convincingly - and  pleasingly so too as that has been something of an "Achilles Heel" on too many occasions previously.


23rd April 2013
Apr 23, 2013, 10:57 pm

NO GOALS - BUT AN ENTERTAINING GAME

With nothing more important at stake than the battle to secure as high a finishing position as possible - both Clubs will finish within the 8th to 12th slot - a 0-0 outcome with visiting AFC Dunstable might suggest a bore draw at Coles Park.   But that was far from the case as the visitors young, fit and very skilful side never stopped running but could not quite find the finish in the danger area to get the better of the more experienced Borough defenders.  Borough had their chances too but wasted all of them with two second half close range misses being particularly disappointing.


20th April 2013
Apr 20, 2013, 8:52 pm

SUPERB GAME WITH VISITING CHAMPIONS

With worthy Champions Dunstable Town still unbeaten in League matches there was no chance of their visit to Coles Park being a nondescript end of season bore.  Nor was it as Borough made their visitors recover from a 2 goal deficit before Borough had themselves to score again five minutes from time for the game to end in parity.  So Borough failed in their bid to be the first team to overcome the Champions and it now only remains for them to avoid defeat against relegation candidates Hatfield Town at Creasey Park next Saturday to complete their League campaign  unbeaten.    But the draw did bring to an end Dunstable's run of 21 succesive League wins and augers well for Borough's chances of challenging for honours next season.


17th April 2013
Apr 17, 2013, 10:29 pm

BOROUGH CLIMB TO EIGHTH

Two fine finishes by Darrell Cox - one after 39 minutes and the other midway through the second half settled Borough's visit to Hadley.  But the success was built on a solid defensive display which protected Borough 'keeper Erbil Bozkurt so well  that he had only two saves of any note to make all evening and both were from free kicks of which a surprising number were awarded in a rather more combative game than might have been anticipated,  given the relative meaningless of the match for both teams. It raised Borough from 11th to 8th in the table and with 4 games to play that is realistically as high as Borough can hope to finish since they are 11 points behind the 7th placed team.


14th April 2013
Apr 14, 2013, 10:12 pm

COUNTY HONOURS FOR BOROUGH PLAYERS

Two Borough players have been selected for the London FA Squad to meet the Kent FA at the ground of Sevenoaks Town on Wednesday 17th April.

Congratulations to SARAH CLEARY and SHELLEY MINETT


13th April 2013
Apr 13, 2013, 10:04 pm

'KEEPER ERBIL JOINS AN ELITE CLUB

Borough's easy 7-2 win at the home of table-proppers Holmer Green  was memorable mainly for its goal in the closing minutes when Borough' keeper Erbil Bozkurt launched a massive route one effort from the edge of his own penalty area which bounced higher than might have been expected on the saturated surface and deceived the advancing home keeper as it flew over his head and found the back of the net with three strikers following it home, but refraining from giving it a poke to help it on its way, so enabling Erbil to add his name to the list of goalkeepers who have achieved the equivalent of golf's "hole in one".  Earlier Darrell Cox had scored a hat-trick,  Anthony McDonald bagged two and  Cedric Lakole netted from the spot after the defender who handled the ball had been red-carded.  It was 5-0 before the hosts by then reduced to 10 men netted their two consolations,  

 

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