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AN ENTERTAINING DIVERSION FROM LEAGUE ACTION AS.......
Apr 27, 2011, 11:23 pm

…….BIGGEST CROWD OF THE SEASON WITNESS A FINE FRIENDLY

Borough hosted a match with the Great Britain Deaf Team to assist their need to raise funds for their participation in European competition and what was the largest attendance of the season by some distance witnessed an enjoyable encounter played throughout in a fine spirit. Borough’s top scorer Daniel Ailey played the first half for Borough and then pulled on the visitors shirt at half time without finding the net for either team. GB Deaf took the lead with a fine goal midway through the first half and doubled it with a penalty soon after. Borough responded midway through the second period with a hard low drive from the edge of the area by Richard Worrell but despite enjoying the majority of possession could not find an equaliser.


DANIEL SHOOTS DOWN THE DUCKS..
Apr 23, 2011, 7:01 pm

.....AS WE SEE THE REAL BOROUGH AGAIN

Just as it was beginning to look as if the Chalfont St. Peter result might have been a flash in the pan after some uninspiring performances Borough proved the contrary with  a splendid second half performance to which Aylesbury United who started the game 16 points above Borough were unable to respond after Daniel Ailey had lashed home a superb shot in the 72nd minute to break the deadlock;  Borough then assumed control and added two further well worked goals as Daniel doubled the lead and Theo Charalambos added a fine third deep into stoppage time.

Fuller report on "Fixtures & Results" page


JUST NOT GOOD ENOUGH.....
Apr 16, 2011, 8:45 pm

YET ANOTHER DISMAL HOME PERFORMANCE AS BROXBOURNE WIN THE BATTLE OF THE BOROUGHS

It scarcely seems credible that seven home matches ago we sent Chalfont St. Peter away from Coles Park well beaten and at a time when they were far from having clinched the Championship.    Since then the following six home games seem to have produced an ever worsening sequence of performances.

Broxbourne well deserved their odd goal in five victory to give them revenge for the two Borough wins as Goffs Lane earlier in the season as their greater desire was obvious right from the start and they created by far the higher number of chances with some attractive attacking play

As for Borough we remain 8th in the table with 61 points and that is all we will have at the end of the season unless there is rekindling of pride in performance and a huge improvement in the last two matches; and with a pack of 6 Clubs snapping at our heels we could yet drop as low as 15th


INTERESTING LATE ADDITION TO SCHEDULE.....
Apr 13, 2011, 1:14 am

PRESTIGE END OF SEASON FRIENDLY ARRANGED

On Wednesday April 27th BOROUGH  will be playing the GREAT BRITAIN DEAF TEAM at Borough’s Coles Park Ground. 7 45pm kick off.

Our leading scorer, Daniel Ailey is, of course, an established member of the Great Britain Team.

Our normal admission of £5 (usual concessions £2) inclusive of programme will be the minimum charge but as it is hoped to raise significant funds for the Great Britain Team any “voluntary overpayments / donations” to boost the coffers would be greatly appreciated.

                                      History of GB Deaf
 
GB Deaf have been Deaflympic Champions 6 times since the first Silent Games in 1924.  GB Deaf beat Iran 2-1 at the 20th Deaflympics in Melbourne, Australia, 2005 to achieve a Gold medal. They scooped a Silver medal at the 6th European Football Championships in Lisbon, Portugal, 2007, losing 2-1 to France in the final. Both international competitions have been fantastic successes. We aimed to defend our title in the 21st Deaflympics which were held in Taipei, Taiwan in September of 2009. Following one defeat in the group stages to the USA, we failed to go beyond the group stages, and went on to win our remaining games to eventually gain 9th place, the highest possible we could get. This disappointment has spurred on the GB team to aim to win the gold medal in the 2011 European Deaf Football Championships, being held in June, in Odense, Denmark.

GB Deaf has now selected 22 players to participate in the Europeans. The players hail from Wales, England and Scotland. Most players are profoundly deaf and use British Sign Language as their main form of communication.

                                            The problem?

GB Deaf is self-funded, with no support from the Government or the FA. At the 20th Deaflympics, UK Deaf Sports were able to support all deaf athletes by contributing 50% to the individual £3,000 cost to participate. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for the 21st Deaflympics, with the Government redirecting funding from UK Deaf Sports to the London 2012 Olympics. This meant that every athlete and official picked had to fundraise to cover the costs of participating in the Deaflympics held in Taiwan in 2009. Fundraising efforts now begin for the team to participate in the forthcoming 2011 European Deaf Football Championships, after having beat Israel both home and away to qualify for the Championships.

  

 


AT LAST, BOROUGH SCORE FIRST BUT
Apr 12, 2011, 11:44 pm

.........LEAD TWICE SURRENDERED AS MATCH DRAWN

After 6 matches in which the opposition had scored first, Borough led by the only goal of the first half as Damiel Ailey headed home a free kick but were out-fought and outplayed by visitors Kingsbury London Tigers after the interval.  After "The Tigers" had drawn level. Rakim Richards headed Borough ahead again from a corner but it was no surprise that the visitors soon equalised and certainly deserved the point, if not more, they left with.


REPEAT OF CUP RESULT AT LANGFORD AS....
Apr 9, 2011, 7:43 pm

.....BOROUGH STAY 8th

For the 6th successive game Borough fell behind but hit back strongly to win 5-1 - the third time this season their comebacks have resulted in such a score.    It was a repeat score of the earlier Premier Division Cup game at Forde Park as Borough again fell behind midway through the half before equalising a few minutes before the interval and then dominating the second half.


MORE DISAPPOINTMENT AS......
Apr 5, 2011, 11:27 pm

.......BOROUGH FALL TO LATE WINNER

Borough seemed to have done enough to secure a point having come back to equalise through Liam Farrell  - after falling behind for the fifth match in succession.    But a momentary loss of concentration at the back led to a free kick being cheaply conceded in a dangerous poition seven minutes from time and it ended up in the net for Dunstable Towns winner 


LITTLE CAUSE TO CHEER AS A ......
Apr 2, 2011, 6:45 pm

........................BELOW PAR PERFORMANCE DROPS BOROUGH DOWN A PLACE TO 8th

The habit of not beginning to play before falling into arrears seems to have become ingrained in the Borough psyche - this being the fourth consecutive match in the sequence. If getting away with it in the last 2 games has engendered the belief that a late step on the gas will always be sufficient Holmer Green effectively put paid to that idea as they absorbed Borough's final 15 minutes of urgency and quite comfortably held on to the lead secured by Andy Shed's close range goal just after the interval.  Ninety minutes of the quality of the last fifteen would probably have done the trick for Borough but "The Greens" deserved their victory for showing the greater desire right from the off.

 


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