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BACK INTO THE DROP ZONE ...NOW OUT.... THANKS TO
Apr 1, 2010, 11:02 pm

.............ANOTHER PRECIOUS AWAY POINT

Two consecutive one goal defeats plunged Borough back into the relegation spots but a battling away point at St. Margaretsbury in which Borough had to come back from 2 down lifted them out of it albeit only on goal difference at the expense of Hillingdon Borough.

After Thursday night's games the bottom five are

Brimsdown Rovers   Played 32    Points 33 Negative Goal Difference 20

Kentish Town                 36             30                                    64  

Haringey Borough           32             27                                    20  

Hillingdon Borough         33             27                                    44

Welwyn Garden City       34             15                                    79

 


JUST OUT OF THE RELEGATION ZONE THANKS TO
Mar 20, 2010, 9:48 pm

.............a PRECIOUS AWAY POINT

Borough brought back a vital away point from a hard fought game with Oxhey Jets at the Bouindary Stadium and it was just enough to keep them out of the drop zone on - albeit only on goal difference.  Borough and Hillingdon Borough both have 26 points but Haringey have a game in hand.   Kentish Town's revival continued with a solitary goal victory over Hertford Town and they now have a point more than Borough but have played 4 games more.


WEDNESDAY EVENING SUCCESS SEES...........
Mar 18, 2010, 12:26 am

UNDER 18s CLAIM DIVISIONAL TITLE

A 3-0 win over Kentish Town enabled Ben Corbyn's successful Under 18 team to claim the Nemean Divisional Championship of the Southern Counties Floodlit Youth League.  Superbly taken goals from Yasser Tazi and Ruaridh Kay, who both timed their runs to perfection to meet long free kicks, either side of a Rory Harvey effort from what looked like an impossibly tight angle saw them ahead by the interval.   Although Kentish Town kept the defence on their toes throughout with some promising approach work they lacked the cutting edge to threaten Borough's comfortable lead even when Borough were reduced to ten by a red card.   Borough have clinched the title with one game still to play which now has no great significance although it would be satisfying to preserve the unbeaten League record.

Borough will now enter into the play-offs with their first opponents being the winners of the Delphian Division - either Hemel Hempstead Town or Newport Pagnell Town at Coles Park on Monday 12th April.   If successful they will meet the winners of the match between the winners of the other playt-off  between the winners of the Corinthian & Olympian Divisions to deide the League Championship.


BOROUGH TAKE ON THE TOP 2....
Mar 18, 2010, 12:14 am

MIXED FORTUNES AGAINST THE TITLE CONTENDERS

Borough First Team played the first and second placed teams in the Premier Division at Coles Park in the space of 4 days.

On Saturday 13th  leaders Chalfont St. Peter looked to have been beaten by Adam Scotcher's early goal only for a corner conceded deep into injury time to be forced home for an equaliser

But it was a different story against second placed Tring Athletic on Tuesday evening (16th) when Borough scored two goals as did their visitors, but unfortunately Borough targetted theirs at  the wrong net and ended up 4-0 losers without ever testing the Tring custodian while Borough 'keeper Nick Christofi did well to keep the score down.

(fuller reports on both matches in the "Fixtures and Results" Section)


BOROUGH RUN RIOT TO WIN 8-0 ...........
Mar 10, 2010, 12:21 am

RECORD SCORE

Borough ran up their record score since joining the Spartan League in 1989 as they boosted their goal difference at the expense of their visitors Hillingdon Borough who remain one point above Haringey but have played a game more.

Adam Scotcher weighed in with a hat-trick, Mario Georgiou and Lloyd Opara bagged 2 each and Craig Scotcher scored his first goal for the Club as Haringey poured forward relentlessly right to the end.

(Fuller report on Fixtures and Results page)

 


FINAL DISAPPOINTMENT FOR THE UNDER 16s
Mar 8, 2010, 1:06 pm

EXTRA TIME HEARTBREAK FOR UNDER 16s

An extra time goal consigned Borough's Under 16s to the runners up medals at the Mile End Stadium on 7th March

Borough led until an equaliser some 15 minutes from time.


THE SPOTLIGHT FALLS ON THE UNDER 16s
Mar 3, 2010, 2:00 pm

A CUP FINAL FOR BOROUGH

Next Sunday, 7th March, is the big day for Tony Antoniou’s very successful Under 16 team as they take on their counterparts from Redbridge of the Rymans League in the London Youth Cup Final for their age group.

To reach the Final they have overcome five hurdles en route with all but one of the margins being very substantial.   Croydon Athletic away were their first victims at 7-2  followed by Birchmere also away 11-0,  a narrow 3-2 win over Barking at Donkey Lane Playing Fields, a 4 -0 away win at Orpington Rovers and another 4-0 away win in the semi-final at L.O.A.S.S (the Leyton Orient Advanced Soccer School)

The final will be at the Mile End Stadium with a 2.30pm kick off.  

The team will be selected from the following squad who have done the Club proud this season:-

Goalkeepers : Sean Bazell , Max Wild

Defenders: Simon Nikolov, Andrew Panayi, Phanos Chambi, Craig Alfred, Mert Plaka, Oliver Bell. Oreoluna James Ogunleye,

Midfielders: Stvros Theocharis, Christopher Antoniou, Oliver Emsden, Tyrique Solomon, Dursam Morati, Alex Anderson, Olanrewaju Ahmed Balogun, Anteaus Charalambous.

Strikers: Andreas Anastasiou, Terrell Hunter


UNBEATEN RUN ENDED.......
Mar 2, 2010, 11:40 pm

....as CONTROVERSIAL STOPPAGE TIME DECISION DEPRIVES BOROUGH OF A DRAW  

Defeat at Leverstock Green was a bitter pill to swallow for while no one would deny that we were outplayed by a fine team a wonder display by Borough' keeper Brian Sealey had kept us in the game;   equally no one, bar the relevant Assistant, would deny that we scored an injury time "equaliser" with the ball well over the line before the home keeper clawed it out.

Three seasons ago we were relegated on the strength of two Assistant Refs decisions which beggared belief; we can only hope that history is not about to repeat itself.


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