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Sep 13, 2011, 11:30 pm

 (13/9/11)THREE MORE POINTS THANKS TO THREE GOAL WORRELL

Visiting St. Margaretsbury twice fought back to draw level after falling behind but after their 80th minute equaliser RICHARD WORRELL completed his hat-trick with a clinical finish three minutes later to seal victory


Sep 10, 2011, 7:29 pm

(10/9/11)FINE GAME WITH "THE JETS" ENDS ALL SQUARE

BOROUGH TWICE CAME FROM BEHIND TO DRAW 2-2 AT OXHEY JETS FINE BOUNDARY STADIUM WITH DARRELL COX BEING THE SAVIOUR ON BOTH OCCASIONS;  AND BUT FOR A SUPERB DISPLAY BY OXHEY KEEPER MARK JESSOP BOROUGH COULD WELL HAVE BROUGHT BACK ALL 3 POINTS


Sep 6, 2011, 11:21 pm

 

 (6/9/11) BOROUGH SECURE NERVOUS WIN AGAINST HADLEY

 

Although far from at their best Borough edged home against visiting Hadley by the odd goal in five after falling behind to an early goal. The win lifts them to 9th in the table making them one of 3 Clubs to have dropped only 3 points tucked in behind Leverstock Green and Royston Town who have 100% records. Dunstable Town have dropped only 2 points but have played only 3 games which is less than any other Club. Borough have played 4.

 


Sep 4, 2011, 11:59 pm

 

OFF - TARGET BOROUGH MAKE DISAPPOINTING FA CUP EXIT

3/9/11 Borough were eliminated from the Cup in a game of few gilt-edged chances. Tony Burnett of Berkhamsted netted a fine strike in the 27th minute to send his team to St. Albans City in the First Qualifying Round.   Borough enjoyed plenty of possession but had left their shooting boots at home.

 


Sep 1, 2011, 8:52 pm

 RARE VICTORY AT REYNOLDS FIELD

Borough's recent record against Hanwell Town has been dismal in the extreme with 4 defeats in the previous two seasons and 22 goals conceded with only 3 scored.  So there appeared to be no justification for undue optimism and a bookmaker would doubtless have offered very high odds on a 3-0 scoreline in our favour.   But such it was on Tuesday 30th August and deservedly so after a determined Borough performance.  Rakim Richards' unstoppable volley after 9 minutes set Borough on the way and Mario Georgiou slotted home clinically just before the interval.  Richard Worrell sealed the win ten minutes from time squeezing in a powerful drive from a very narow angle after a superb penalty save from Nick Christofi had denied Hanwell midway through the second half as they battled to get themselves back in the game.


Aug 27, 2011, 8:50 pm

 NARROW SQUEAK AS BOROUGH EDGE THROUGH FIRST ROUND OF LEAGUE CHALLENGE TROPHY

Borough were only 4 minutes away from an embarrassing exit at the hands of a team two Divisions below them having been behind for most of the match following home side Mursley United's 18th minute opener.    Borough's second half domination looked as if it would bring no reward, and was not helped by a dismissal for dissent ten minutes from time, until debut making substitute Anthony Christian swept home a low cross from Darrell Cox.   Although reduced to 10 players Borough totally controlled the extra period and after Cox had secured the lead Christian completed his hat trick to make the game safe before Collard's  35 yard rocket shot for Mursley in the closing seconds of extra time was the goal of the match. (fuller report on "Fixtures & Reults" page)

In the next Round Borough will travel again to meet the winners of theoutstanding tie between Harefield United and Kings Langley


Aug 21, 2011, 12:15 am

 

FIRST HURDLE OVERCOME - ONLY 12 MORE TRIALS ON THE ROAD TO WEMBLEY !

Despite losing both rostered goalkeepers through injury leading to central defender and Captain NICK NICOU taking over between the sticks for the last half hour Borough made fairly comfortable progress through the Extra Preliminary Round of the FA Cup with Budweiser.   Nick dealt confidently with everything which came his way although lacklustre finishing by the visitors who created a number of half chances without seriously testing him helped. Borough's finishing was nothing to write home about either and the game should have been made safe early in the second half when a number of fine opportunities were created but wasted.  It seemed Borough might come to regret their failure to do so when 'keeper Isaac Capello-Rukundo was forced off - and he was himself the replacement for Nick Christofi who never made it through the warm up.  At the time Borough were leading courtesy of a goal slotted home by Darrell Cox just before the interval as he ran onto Jamie Brandon's through ball and rounded the 'keeper.   But the defence did its job well enough and mid-fielder Rakim Richards showed how to slot the ball home unfussily when he raced forward to join a late attack and made the game safe.  Borough will play fellowSpartan South Midlands Premier Division Club  Berkhamsted in the Preliminary Round on September 3rd after their 2-1 win at Crawley Green

 


Aug 17, 2011, 1:46 am

 OFF THE MARK STRAIGHT AWAY

After the disappointment of last Saturdays canecllation, Borough got their Competitive campaign under way with a hard fought win.  Luke Bryan drove home the solitary goal of the match 11 minutes into the second half.  A fine team effort with everyone playing their part with determination earned its just reward and the defence took confidence from a fine display from new 'keeper Ryohei Tamai.   There were only three new faces in the squad of 16 one being Darrell Cox whose well weighted through ball set up Bryan's scoring opportunity.   Ian Steele was the other new face and came on as a substitute ten minutes from time.  Fuller report on Fixtures & Results page.


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