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Apr 8, 2012, 11:03 pm

WOMENS TOP SPOT CHANCE GONE BUT PROMOTION HOPES STILL ALIVE

Visiting Divisional leaders Colchester Town who needed only a draw to be certain of the Championship left with all 3 points although in truth even a defeat would probably have been only a temporary postponement as a win against the next to bottom Club in their final game would have clinched it on goal difference at least.  Borough were forced to field a much changed side but gave a good account of themselves and forced their visitors to come from behind to record their 3-2 win.  For Borough the focus has for some time really been on securing the runners up spot and a chance to earn promotion in a play off with the 10th placed Premier Division team - probably Braintree Town.    To achieve this Borough must now win their final game next Sunday when Baldock Town visit Coles Park.  


Apr 7, 2012, 9:16 pm

BOROUGH CLOSE IN ON 4th PLACE

What might otherwise have been just another end of season game was given some added interest as it was effectively the 4th/5th place decider.  A midfield master class by Borough's Dewayne Clarke will probably be the abiding memory.  Borough started 5 points ahead of their hosts Aylesbury United and edged home by the games solitary goal late in the second half to increase the margin to 8 and with three games each to play "The Ducks" would have to win all theirs and Borough lose all theirs to reverse the order.  Probably not a realistic scenario as both teams have to play Champions elect Royston Town who increased their lead to 5 points over Dunstable Town who were somewhat surprisingly held to a 0-0 draw at Hadley.    Assuming both "Towns" win their next games the Championship could be decided on 21st April when "The Crows" visit Aylesbury United but if their 5 point lead should be cut to 3 or less then our visit to Garden Walk on the last day of the season could then become the decider

Aylesbury United film all their home games and anyone who would like to buy a DVD of the match can do so via the following link:-   http://www.ducksshop.co.uk/Match_DVD/p947523_4970915.aspx


Apr 3, 2012, 11:43 pm

TUESDAYS GAME RESTORES 5 POINT MARGIN

A much improved performance at Kingsbury, against the London Tigers, restored Borough’s 5 point margin over Aylesbury United who lost 3-0 at Harefield United. Roland Namquita’s 75th minute effort was the sole successful strike. Both Borough and Aylesbury have 4 games left which in both cases includes matches against League leaders Royston Town. The teams meet at Leighton Buzzard on Saturday and if Borough can extend the lead to 8 points that would be a huge step towards securing 4th place.


Apr 1, 2012, 7:55 pm

LEAGUE CHALLENGE TROPHY FINAL DATE & VENUE ANNOUNCED

 Borough will play their Final against HILLINGDON BOROUGH on the evening of

                                       TUESDAY 24th APRIL 2012.   (7.45pm)

 It will be on Hanwell Town’s ground at Reynolds Fields, Perivale, Greenford, UB6 8TL

 (Central Line Underground to Perivale then 10 minute walk to ground or bus 297 passes ground)

ADMISSION  £4    Concessions £2


Apr 1, 2012, 7:45 pm

WOMEN ONE WIN AWAY

FROM THE PLAY-OFFS

Borough edged a step closer to promotion with an edgy 4-3 win at bottom Club Hoddesdon Owls.  After running up a 4 goal lead in half an hour (Julia Carruthers 3 + Eleftheria Taladianoy 1) they lost their way badly and only a penalty pushed on to the bar by 'keeper Lekesha James prevented the loss of two points.

One win from their remaining two games (or 2 draws) will see them in the  play-off position but because of teams withdrawing from the Premier Division promotion might even be automatic.


Mar 31, 2012, 10:41 pm

SUB STANDARD BOROUGH FIRE BLANKS

This match was the first in which Borough have failed to find the net this season in a League Match at the 37th time of asking. Visiting Biggleswade United arrived in desperate need of points to assist their relegation fight, although why that is so is a bit of a mystery for their quality seems well in advance of the three teams below them, all of whom have been sent to double defeats by Borough relatively easily, and as their vastly superior goal difference also confirms .   They collected their points and deservedly so after 90 minutes of determined effort and unselfish team work by virtue of Glen Lamacraft’s early drive.   Borough, by contrast, appeared to have little interest in raising their game to  hold on to their 4th place position while 5th placed Aylesbury United (who Borough visit next week) are clearly out to grab it as they chalked up a 4-0 win at Hillingdon Borough thereby closing both their points and goal differenece inferiority to two.   Unfortunately the match was marred by a serious early injury to Bigglewade right back John Gitting who collided with his own ‘keeper as they both went for a cross.   An ambulance was needed and he will certainly be hospitalised for at least one night – a broken rib is understood to be the injury


Mar 28, 2012, 10:27 pm

PLEASE SPONSOR KARLA.....

Our Womens Team Captain KARLA PARKER will be participating in the "Reading Half Marathon" on 1 April to raise money for The Foundation for the Study of Infant Deaths - in memory of her brother Neil.      Please help if you can!

It's easy to donate online with a debit or credit card - just go to this JustGiving page:

http://www.justgiving.com/Karla-Parker

JustGiving sends your donation straight to The Foundation for the Study of Infant Deaths and automatically reclaims Gift Aid if you are a UK taxpayer, so your donation is worth even more.


Mar 28, 2012, 12:02 am

ENTERTAINING SEVEN GOAL GAME

With neither side having a desperate need of the points an open and entertaining game ensued at Coles Park with five goals in the first 25 minutes.   By then Borough were 3-2 up having come from behind at 0-1 and 1-2.  The goals dried up somewhat after that but there was no dimunition in the attacking intentions of either team. The second half saw only two goals with Borough making it 4-2 early on and Berkhamsted pulling it back to 4-3 seven minutes from time to set up a nervy finale and going close to a stoppage time equaliser which would have given them the point their determined approach really deserved. 


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