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ENGAND INTERNATIONAL SIGNING SECURES.....
Jul 24, 2010, 8:30 pm

...A WINNING START TO BOROUGH'S  PRE-SEASON CAMPAIGN

England Deaf International striker DANIEL AILEY who has re-signed for Borough having played a few seasons ago ensured pre-season started happily with 2 late goals after a goal-less draw at home to AFC Hayes had looked the likely outcome.    As defenders stood off him in the 80th minute he worked his way to the edge of the penalty box before arrowing a shot low into the corner.   Terry Smith equalised for the visitors a few minutes later but when Ailey was held back as he tried to latch on to a free kick from the left he composed himself to smash the penalty low and hard to the keepers left.

It was a promising display from a squad not at all familiar with each other before today as of Borough's 16 man squad only 4 were with the Club last year although another 4 had previously been with us in earlier seasons.

Not to be outdone the Womens team, also fielding a number of new faces, won their first pre-season game on Sunday 25th by the same score against visiting Hutton.

Fuller report and squad details for both matches on "Fixtures and Results" page


NOW PUBLISHED
Jul 18, 2010, 11:40 pm

AUGUST LEAGUE FIXTURES RELEASED

The Spartan League Fixtures for August have been issued.   Borough start with a home game against DUNSTABLE TOWN on Saturday 7th August.    The full list is available from the "Fixtures & Results" option on the left


WOMEN'S TEAM ENJOYING SUCCESSFUL SUMMER
Jul 11, 2010, 2:50 pm

....TWO SMALL SIDED TROPHIES ALREADY IN THE BAG

The WOMENS TEAM are regular entrants of small sided summer tournaments and they have already been the winners of two high profile tournaments.

On Saturday 5th June, Islington held its first ever anti-homophobia and anti-racism football tournament.  Labelled the DIVERSITY CUP, it was held to show the Borough of Islington recognises the achievements made in eradicating racism from football but the need for the process to be repeated with homophobia.     Organised by Suran Dickson from Islington School Sports Partnership; a partner of Arsenal in the Community, and Michael MacNeill from the Islington Football Development Partnership which is part-funded by Arsenal in the Community, the event was held at Market Road and was open to both men and women.   It was a resounding success and the football was played in the usual fun and competitive spirit while the message was taken seriously by all participants. In the Women's competition, the semi-finals ended up being a repeat of the opening games in the competition, with Henderson's Harriers repeating their 3-0 win over London Front Runners, whilst Haringey beat Islington Borough 2-0.          In a tight final at the end of a very hot day, Haringey clinched the Trophy with a 1-0 win.

On Saturday July 10th they won the UNITY CUP.   This is an annual event started in 2007 as a commemoration of the 7/7/London bombings and brings together London's communities, social and corporate organisations and UK Government Departments.  The core aim is to encourage the crossing of ethnic and religious barriers and to unite against terrorism, extremism and Islamophobia by bringing together young people of all religious, ethnic and social backgrounds through football to create a better world through the global appeal of the game.   Our squad for the finals held at Paddington recreation ground was Cherkish YOUNG,  Lekesha JAMES,  Maria GOMES,  Lekesha JAMES,  Annika QUARTEY,  Karla PARKER,  Tanya BEVERLEY.

Not content with their days work they then played in the HARINGEY WORLD CUP  TOURNAMENT on Sunday 11th in which only Tottenham Hotspur were able to condemn them to runners up medals only !

Fuller details of the two first mentioned  tournaments can be obtained by following the links below. 

www.arsenalnews.co.uk/islington-hosts-first-ever-diversity-cup/link/45580  

www.fcunity.com/unitycup2010/events.asp    


DISAPPOINTING "SAME LEAGUE" DRAWS
Jul 8, 2010, 1:51 pm

FA CUP  &  VASE DRAWS ANNOUNCED

Borough's Cup campaigns offer little chance of tests against teams from other Leagues

FA CUP sponsored by EON

Extra Preliminary Round - Home to Hillingdon Borough on 14th August

 if successful Preliminary Round - Away to   Burnham Ramblers or Hoddesdon Town on 28th August

if successful First Qualifying Round – Home to Chesham United on 11th September

(All Spartan South Midlands Clubs except Burnham Ramblers of the Essex Senior League and Chesham United of the Zamaretto League Premier Division)

 FA CARLSBERG VASE

First Qualifying Round - Away to Tokyngton Manor on 4th September

if successful Second Qualifying Round – Away to St. Margaretsbury or Oxhey Jets on 18th Sept.

if successful First Round Proper – Home to Tring Athletic on 2nd October

(All Spartan South Midlands Clubs although Tokyngton Manor’s playing membership has been suspended as their ground was deemed unacceptable so where the match will actually be played remains to be seen.  They will be playing in the Middlesex County League this season)

 


REMINDER...........
Jul 6, 2010, 9:56 pm

.........to ALL LAST SEASONS SQUAD

Pre-season starts this  coming THURSDAY -  8th JULY

7pm at COLES PARK


EVERYTHING IN PLACE FOR THE NEXT CAMPAIGN
Jun 3, 2010, 11:30 pm

PREPARATIONS FOR 2010/11

 

Plans for next season are now formulated.

 

The Club will be running only 2  Teams both playing in the same League and Division as last season.   The Men in the Premier Division of the Spartan South Midlands League and the Women in the Premier Division of the Eastern  Region Womens League.  There will be no Youth Section

 

FOR THE MEN

 

TOM LOIZOU will continue as the Team Manager

FRANK FUSCHILLO will continue as Assistant Manager

ASA SANDERSON will continue as Coach

DARREN COON will continue as Physio

 

 

NEW PLAYERS     -   It has been decided NOT to hold any  “OPEN TRIALS” this season.

 

But players  WHO HAVE PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE OF PLAYING AT STEP 5 (OR ABOVE) OF THE PYRAMID  are invited to send their cv to the Club for consideration  - by e-mail to ClubSecretary@haringeyboroughfc.com

 

LAST SEASONS  SQUAD     -   Players registered with the Club at the end of last season should note that pre-season training will commence on Thursday 8th July and should assemble at Coles  Park at 7pm sharp

 

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FOR THE WOMEN

 

MARK TWEED  will be Team Manager and Coach

KARLA PARKER will be the Team Administrator

 

Prospective new players and last seasons squad please note that pre-season training will commence on Tuesday 13th July (7.30pm) and be held on each Tuesday and Thursday thereafter.  It will take place at the Lordship Lane Recreation Ground.    Fuller particulars can be obtained by selecting the TRIALS & TRAINING option on the left and then clicking on WOMEN in the sub-menu.


SPARTAN SOUTH MIDLANDS LEAGUE CONSTITUTION ANNOUNCED
Jun 3, 2010, 1:33 pm

23 TEAM PREMIER DIVISION NEXT SEASON

There will be a 23 team Premier Division  in 2010/11.   The FA have acceded to the oft-made request of STOTFOLD FC for a sideways move from the United Counties League.

Other changes are as expected with AYLESBURY UNITED relegated from the Zamaretto League replacing last seasons Spartan Champions Aylesbury.   HOLMER GREEN and HADLEY are promoted from Division One to replace relegated Welwyn Garden City and disbanded Brimsdown Rovers.

The complete make up of the Division is:-

1.   Aylesbury United                

2.   Biggleswade United

3.   Broxbourne Borough V&E

4.   Chalfont St Peter

5.   Colney Heath 

6.   Dunstable Town

7.   Hadley                                       

8.   Hanwell Town

9.   Harefield United

10. Haringey Borough

11. Hatfield Town                              

12. Hertford Town

13. Hillingdon Borough               

14. Holmer Green                          

15. Kentish Town

16. Kingsbury London Tigers

17. Langford

18. Leverstock Green

19. Oxhey Jets

20. Royston Town                              

21. St Margaretsbury

22. Stotfold                               

23.Tring Athletic

Apart from Stotfold, only two new teams have been admitted to the League this season - St. Albans City Reserves and London Lions (Champions of the Herfordshire County League in 2009/10) and both will play in Division One.  Tokyngton Manor's membership of Division One has been suspended for a season as their ground is not deemed suitable.  Winslow United who withdrew from Division One last season are re-admitted to Division Two.

 


A SEASON WHICH DRAGGED ON AND ON BUT.....
May 30, 2010, 8:50 pm

............AT LAST - ITS ALL OVER - BUT ONLY FOR 6 WEEKS

It fell to the Womens Team to bring the curtain down on the season on the last Sunday in May when they entertained Cambridge University at Coles Park in a match for which the expression "meaningless mid-table end of season affair" might have been coined.     Borough's 4-1 win lifted them into the top half of the table but for a team which led the table at Christmas and were then many peoples promotion favourites it was a disappointing end to their campaign.

A brief lull now beckons but the first two pre-season friendlies have already been arranged - for the Mens team - against Zamoretto League AFC Hayes on July 24th and Rymans League Ilford on July 31st with both games scheduled for Coles Park.

The Womens Team have already made their pre-seaon trials/training plans and details can be obtained by clicking "Trials and Training"  in the Menu Column and the selecting the WOMEN option.      The Mens Team details will be published shortly.  The Club will not be fielding Youth Teams in 2010/11

 

 


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