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Wednesday 21st November
Nov 22, 2012, 1:54 am

LONDON SENIOR CUP MATCH POSTPONED

Regrettably, the weather eventually got the better of our scheduled London Senior Cup match at Coles Park.    The revised date for the tie is now Wednesday 28th - 7.45pm

The formal opening of our new Clubhouse went ahead as planned and we are grateful to all those who turned out - not least David Browne the Mayor of Haringey, the Ward Councillors and Officials of the Spartan Soth Midlands League, Essex Senior League and London FA;  we are sorry they were unable to witness an entertaining game afterwards.


Saturday 17th November
Nov 17, 2012, 9:41 pm

PATCHY PERFORMANCE JUST ENOUGH

Borough edged their way into the 3rd Round of the Premier Division Cup with an uneven performance at Stotfold in which they surrendered the lead late in the second half and gifted their opponents the lead with an own goal at the beginning of extra time.  It needed a goal in the dying seconds of each period of extra time to turn matters round to secure a 3-2 win.   Their quarter final tie will be at home to Tring Athletic who won 3-1 at London Colney.


Saturday 10th November
Nov 10, 2012, 10:56 pm

BOROUGH FAIL TO CAPITALISE ON OPPONENTS MISFORTUNE

After only seven minutes hosts AFC Dunstable were reduced to ten men when a striker was dismissed, rather to the surprise of all, apparently for use of the F word, but they quickly shrugged off that reverse and Borough failed to make their superior numbers count.   The home side never seemed noticeably short of personnel in any area of the field, especially mid-field, and deserved their solitary goal victory courtesy of a powerful header to a well flighted free kick midway through the second half;   Borough had more than enough chances to have scored two goals but were let down by unusually poor finishing.  Borough were also reduced to ten men but not until deep into stoppage time. Defeat resulted in Borough dropping from 6th to 8th as all bar one of the top five won as did the two teams immediately below them.


Saturday 3rd November
Nov 4, 2012, 3:01 pm

SECOND HALF IMPROVEMENT SEES BOROUGH SAFELY HOME

This match mirrored that of the home game the previous Tuesday as early Borough domination secured a lead which was lost through the visiting team - hertford Town's - spirited comeback late in the first half.  But Borough controlled the second half and won comfortably with two well taken goals and without the late scares which had been a feature of the Tuesday match.

 


30th OCTOBER 2012
Oct 31, 2012, 12:18 am

BOROUGH MAKE HARD WORK OF GARNERING THREE MIDWEEK POINTS

Having dominated the opening half hour against visiting Hatfield Town,  Borough should have been home and dry but  a combination of poor finishing, fine goalkeeping and an inability to stay on-side meant that they had only Dewayne Clarke's well taken 21st minute goal to show for it.  Borough then had to rely on two strokes of very good fortune to preserve their points as they were rescued by the framework at the end of each half.  A close range header brought Hatfield level before the interval and it needed a trademark Richard Worrell "special" blasted high into the net  from the edge of the penalty area to restore the lead. in the 61st minute.


Oct 27, 2012, 6:10 pm

PLENTY OF POSSESSION - BUT NO END PRODUCT

Borough lost out by the odd goal in three at London Colney.  An early lead was short lived and the Colney winner came from the spot midway through the second half after a strikers shirt had been pulled as he shaped to unleash a close range shot.    For all their possession Borough never managed to force the home 'keeper to produce anything out of the ordinary by way of saves.


Oct 23, 2012, 11:17 pm

COMFORTABLE CHALLENGE TROPHY PROGRESS

As holders of the League Challenge Trophy Borough were obviously favourites against a team struggling in the First Division but although Borough ran up a 5-0 lead in the first 35 minutes at New Bradwell St. Peter, the hosts had created chances of their own in that period and had twice struck the framework.  They did pull one back just before the interval  and Richard Worrell added the only goal of the second half (his 4th of the match) to give Borough a 6-1 win.     In the next round they will travel to meet another Division One side - Crawley Green, who play at the stadium of Barton Rovers  - who beat Premier Division London Tigers on penalties after a 4-4 dra.   Date not yet known.


Oct 21, 2012, 2:47 pm

MORE HOME POINTS DROPPED

On Saturday 20th October  the extraordinary sequence of games between Haringey Borough and Tring Athletic not producing a home win was extended to 8 (5 at Coles Park, 3 at The Grass Roots Stadium).   But Borough have only themselves to blame for dropping two more ponts in a 2-2 Draw as despite having been reduced to ten men they dominated the closing stages only to waste two gilt edged opportunities in the lengthy stoppage time of an eventful match.  Full report on "Fixtures & Results" page


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