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GOALKEEPING SLIPS BRING......
Jan 16, 2011, 10:37 pm

...........THE END OF OUR UNBEATEN 2011 RUN

Our fine unbeaten start to the New Year came to an end at the fourth hurdle at Colney Heath's Recreation Ground.    Colney were the better team and deserved their 3-1 win but it was galling that both their goals late in the first half were gift wrapped by uncharacteristic errors from 'keeper Brian Sealey without which we might well have left with a point.   It was particularly disappointing for Brian who had made some fine saves earlier and did likewise in the latter stages of the game to keep the score down as we sought to  build on our late improvement but which ultimately brought only Daniel Ailey's consolation goal.

Fuller report on "Fixtures & Results" page

 

 


5-1 QUARTER FINAL WIN BUT...............
Jan 12, 2011, 12:03 am

........NOT AS EASY AS THE SCORE SUGGESTS

Borough reached the Semi-Final of the Premier Division Cup (when they will visit the winners of the Leverstock Green v Stotfold tie yet to be played) on Langford's superb Forde Park surface courtesy of a hatful of goals in the last 15 minutes after falling behind to an early own-goal.   Until that late surge it had looked to be anyones game and for the first half hour Langford had been the dominant force. 

Fuller report on "Fixtures & Results" page


FIRST TRIP OF YEAR BRINGS BACK A POINT FROM......
Jan 8, 2011, 11:07 pm

........A NO SCORE (BUT NOT A BORE) DRAW

Both teams will be able to find reasons to look upon this as one point gained or two lost.  Overall, probably a just result as Borough were thwarted by the woodwork and denied a reasonable penalty claim; but Biggleswade United enjoyed more possession, especially in the second half when Borough posed only an intermitttent threat, with Borough's defence  needing to be alert at all times and make some crucial interventions to maintain their clean sheet.

Fuller report on "Fixtures and Results " page

 


EDGY WIN SEES.....
Jan 3, 2011, 9:36 pm

........NEW YEAR OFF TO A WINNING START

With the number of fine chances created but wasted Borough should really have enjoyed a more comfortable afternoon against their first visitors of the New Year, St. Margaretsbury. Instead they had to come from behind at the interval with goals from Richard Worrell and Theo Charalambos proving enough to garner the points.


THREE RED CARDS BRING
Dec 15, 2010, 12:31 am

.........A SAD END TO THE YEAR AT COLES PARK

Borough's last home game of the year saw them reduced to 10 men during the first half and to 9 midway through the second so the result was not particularly surprising. But Stotfold had looked the better side when it was 11 v 11 and deservedly led  by the only goal at half time.   Borough's ten then put on a sterling performance at the start of the second half and it seemed their determination and pressure could well lead to an equaliser until the second dismissal.    Even with nine men Borough continued to press but exploitable gaps at the back were inevitable and Stotfold eventually worked a man into space to pick his spot.   As if the evening had not been miserable enough Borough then picked up a third red card after the final whistle for a less than complimentary remark aimed in the referees direction.     So fielding a team in 21 days time will be an interesting exercise!!

If all this suggests a game full of unpleasantness, nothing could be further from the truth as it was played in a fine spirit throughout with never a heinous tackle promulgated by either team.


ALL SQUARE AT THE END AS...
Dec 11, 2010, 6:58 pm

.....POINTS SHARED IN 6 GOAL THRILLER

A highly entertaining game saw Haringey race into a two goal lead in the first 10 minutes and then need a  90th minute strike by Richard Worrell (which completed his hat-trick) to rescue a point and make it  3-3 after Hillingdon hit a purple patch early in the second half to score even more in the space of 10 minutes to take a 3-2 lead.


WASTED OPPORTUNITIES LEAD TO.......
Nov 20, 2010, 9:38 pm

.........   LAST GASP RETRIEVAL OF A POINT

After dominating the first half and wasting numerous promising opportunities resulting in a single goal lead at the interval Borough turned in a sub-standard second half performance and after the resurgent Tigers had taken the lead only an untidy goal by Theo Charalambos deep into stoppage time rescued a point.  But it must be regarded as 2 points lost rather than 1 won as Borough should have been home and dry by the interval.   In 12 visits to Silver Jubilee Park in the last 20 seasons Borough have yet to win with a goal-less draw back in the Isthmian days of 1984/85 being the only other occasion defeat was avoided.  And as for a Borough win that has not happened since 1983/84 in the days of the late lamented Athenian League when Borough won 2-0 at Coles Park.    Results elsewhere pushed Borough down to 10th in the table but they still have between one and four games in hand on all those above them.   


WINNING RUN OVER AS .....
Nov 13, 2010, 11:19 pm

.........     BOROUGH PAY A TRIPLE PENALTY

Having taken the lead inside 20 minutes Borough shot themselves in the foot by conceding three penalties in the space of 12 minutes and it would be difficult to dispute the justification of any of them.  The first and third  were netted directly and the middle one resulted in a follow up goal.    The last also saw the inevitable dismissal of Demetri Stratis who kept out a goalbound shot with his hand.  Despite playing the second half a man short Borough put in a determined performance and enjoyed the majority of possession but were finally finished off by a superb strike from the man of the match, Hanwell's Charley Baverstock ten minutes from time.      Borough have played a lot worse and won and have no reason to feel unduly downhearted as a repeat of the second half performance will see many more points garnered.   The defeat dropped them only one place to 7th but so tight is the mid-table that only 5 points separate the 6th and 15th teams.


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