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Oct 15, 2011, 9:01 pm

A 4-0 WIN - BUT NOT AS EASY AS IT SOUNDS

The battle of the Borough's was a cagey affair in the first half with few clear cut chances. Roland Namquita scored a fine opener in the 38th minute but the match was marred by a broken leg injury sustained mid-way through the first half to Broxbourne's Jake Parratt.   It was not until the last fifteen minutes that Haringey got right on top to finish comfortable winners


Oct 13, 2011, 10:18 pm

(13/10/11) LONDON SENIOR CUP DRAW OFFERS CHANCE OF A VISIT BY RYMAN PREMIER CLUB

 The 5th Round draw has paired Borough with Ryman Premier Club HENDON – match would be played at Coles Park.   But first we have to negotiate a tricky tie away to Barking of the Essex Senior League on 25th October.


Oct 11, 2011, 11:14 pm

(11 Oct 2011)   SAFELY THROUGH THE FIRST LONDON SENIOR CUP HURDLE

Borough progressed through the third round of the London Senior Cup at the expense of visitors Holmesdale FC from the Kent League.   With a 2 goal lead at half time thanks to fine finishes by Richard Worrell and Roland Namquita a comfortable second half  might have been expected but Holmesdale stepped up the pressure and deservedly reduced the arrears.   With a sharper edge to their finishing they might well have equalised but as the game wore on Borough made better use of the space left at the back by Holmesdale's need to press forward although it was not until the 87th minute that  Worrell finally eased Borough's nerves with a low drive to make the final score 3-1.   Borough will visit Barking in the next round on a date yet to be agreed

 


Oct 9, 2011, 9:56 pm

(8/10/11)

ANOTHER "TWO POINTS LOST" DRAW !

It may seem extraordinary to bemoan getting only a draw at the ground of a the team which had come from behind to win at Championship favourites Royston Town by 4-2 in their previous match but such was Borough’s domination of the second half that feelings of disappointment are well justified.   Full Report on “Fixtures & Results” page.


Oct 4, 2011, 11:43 pm

4/10/11)   3–0, 3 POINTS, 3 GOALS IN 3 CONSECUTIVE MATCHES

..........but not such a convincing win over visiting London Tigers as the score suggests. Although netting twice, through Richard Worrell and Darrell Cox, wasteful Borough finishing in the first half allied to some indecisive defending meant that some superb close range saves by ‘keeper Nick Christofi were equally as vital in establishing the lead.     It was not until left back Demetri Stratis (naturally wearing shirt number 3)  produced a clinical finish after the interval that Borough could afford to feel reasonably comfortable.   With the top two unexpectedly dropping points Borough would now be only 2 points behind the leaders if they win all their games in hand.


Oct 1, 2011, 6:15 pm

 (1/10/11)                     A POINT WON OR TWO LOST ?

A team which nets a stoppage time equaliser from the penalty spot might be expected to be satisfied with their afternoons work but at Hadley today it was difficult not to feel frustrated as with the last kick of the game Borough screwed a difficult chance fractionally wide of the far post.   But the main cause for dis-satisfaction was the apparent belief of the team that some new rule has been passed making it compulsory to gift the opponents an early two goal lead.    For the second successive match Borough gave themselves a mountain to climb and while they succeeded at Colney Heath in midweek another inept defensive failure late in the second half, after they had drawn level and looked the more likely winners, led to the nervy sem-successful finale.   Borough are currently among the teams who are statistically entitled to feel they are in with a chance of promotion but this performance against a team in the bottom half of the table was not the stuff of which Championships are made


Sep 27, 2011, 11:38 pm

(27/9/11) ANOTHER 3-2 WIN LIFTS BOROUGH TO FIFTH

Borough's last 3 League wins have all been by 3-2;  the previous two were games in which the performance had been just about good enough but the game at Colney Heath was quite different as Borough were forced to dig deep and come back from a 2 goal deficit giving what was probably their best display of the season in a game where both sides gave 100% commitment from start to finish.    Borough rose to 5th in the table with one or  more games in hand on the four teams above them and of those only two have dropped less points than Borough.   The last 100% record, that of Leverstock Green, was ended at Harefield United but having played more games than any other team they still lead the table with 30 points.  Borough would be 2 points behind them if they won their 4 games in hand.   


Sep 24, 2011, 7:02 pm

(24/9/2011)EDGY ODD GOAL WIN PUTS BOROUGH INTO FA CARLSBERG VASE 1st ROUND PROPER

For the second time in ten days St. Margaretsbury visited Coles Park and left defeated by the odd goal.  On this occasion it was 2-1 in the 2nd Qualifying Round of the FA Carlsberg Vase.  A goal early in each half firstly from Richard Worrell and after the interval by Darrell Cox was sufficient although "The Bury" pulled one back  back to set up a nervy last 25 minutes.  Hadley will be Borough's opponents in the 1st Round proper match to be played at Coles Park on Saturday 22nd October

In between Borough visited Royston Town in the First Round of the Premier Division Cup and after looking the better team in the first half and being level at the interval produced a lacklustre second half performance and went out by 4-1


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