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DISAPPOINTING RESUMPTION OF ACTION
Jan 20, 2010, 2:33 am

LONDON SENIOR CUP

After their weather induced 44 day lay-off Borough finally played their first game of the new decade in the impressive surroundings of Dulwich Hamlet's Champion Hill stadium where they finally played FISHER in their 8 times postponed 2nd Round London Senior Cup game.

Borough can count themselves a little unfortunate not to have at least forced extra time but having taken the lead early in the second half were quickly undone first of all by a spectacular strike from distance and then failure to deal with a  long ball out of defence at a time when they were making all the running and looking the more likely victors.  But for all their second-half pressure and urgency they could not quite force home an equaliser.      Fuller report in "Fixtures and Results" section.


NOTHING UNLUCKY ABOUT 13th AS.....
Dec 13, 2009, 10:15 pm

.....BOROUGH WOMEN GO TOP OF THE LEAGUE

Borough took over top spot in the Eastern Region Premier Division against all the odds for they undertook their 220 mile round trip to Taverham with only 9 players.

So returning with a 13-0 victory was not really their expectation when they set off !!  But it was some relief to discover that their opponents could only field 10.

With erstwhile leaders Peterborough going down 5-1 at Cambridge Univesity the tally of goals was sufficient to give Borough the edge on goal difference with 21 points from their 9 games and they have 5 games in hand on Peterborough

(Full report on FIXTURES & RESULTS page)

AND

UNDER 16s REACH COUNTY CUP SEMI-FINAL

a 4-0 win at Orpington Rovers put Borough's Under 16s in the semi-final of the London Youth Cup.     In the semi-final on 17th January, probably at Coles Park, they will face L.O.A.S.S of the Cheshunt Youth League.


SUNDAYS CUPS OF WOE
Nov 29, 2009, 10:30 pm

THE WOMENS TEAM’s great FA Cup run finally came to an end at the fifth hurdle when they visited Lewes of the South East Combination, the League into which they would be promoted if their ambitions in that regard come to fruition.   A goal within the first minute put them on the back foot right from the start and although no further scoring took place before half time a quick flurry of four further goals midway through the second half emphatically settled the game for the home side.  But Borough never gave up and deserved the late consolation scored by Aishah Bolaji making their final defeat 1-5.

(Fuller report on FIXTURES & RESULTS page)

 THE UNDER 17 TEAM were also in Cup action - visiting L O A S S to play their London County Cup Quarter Final on a bog of a pitch at Leyton but returned 0-3 losers

 THE UNDER 16 TEAM  should also have been in London County Cup quarter-final action at Orpington Rovers but the weather put paid to that and it was postponed for a second time on 6th December and will   probably be rescheduled for 13th


WIN-LESS RUN CONTINUES
Nov 25, 2009, 1:00 am

Although the FIRST TEAM were heavily defeated last night, and stretched their losing run to 6 games, the evening was not without its plus factors for after a depressing start which saw them 4 down in 27 minutes a spirited fight-back halved the deficit before half-time and for much of the second half it seemed possible that full recovery might be completed until two late goals extinguished that hope.

FULLER REPORT ON "FIXTURES & RESULTS" PAGE


NINE OUT OF TEN FOR BOROUGH WOMEN
Nov 22, 2009, 6:55 pm

BOROUGH's WOMENS TEAM made it nine wins in the last ten games as they fought back from being two down at CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY's superb Fenners Cricket ground to record a 3-2 win after falling behind for the second succcessive Sunday.  The win puts them in the quarter finals of the League Cup for which the draw has not yet been made.

Next Sunday they face their biggest ever test with a visit to LEWES in the 2nd Round Proper of the Womens FA Cup against a team from the League in which they would be playing if this seasons promotion campaign were successful.

DETAILED REPORT ON FIXTURES & RESULTS PAGE


YET ANOTHER CLOSE ENCOUNTER OF THE REGULAR KIND
Nov 21, 2009, 10:42 pm

Once again the FIRST TEAM returned empty handed after playing some fine football but, as has so often happened, falling to a late goal, this time at Broxbourne Borough.  Of such results are relegation campaigns composed !!   The lack of a cutting edge was the main difference between the two sides and, somewhat ironically, it was  ex-Borough player, Murat Karagul  - who has been scoring regularly all season - who set the home side on their winning path with the opening goal.

With Welwyn Garden City somewhat unexpectedly beating Harefield United 3-0 only goal difference keeps Borough  off the bottom spot with Kentish Town one point above but also with a vastly inferior goal difference. 

DETAILED REPORT ON FIXTURES & RESULTS PAGE 


UNDER 18s EDGE CLOSER TO DIVISIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
Nov 19, 2009, 12:10 am

THE UNDER 18s   following their 4-2 win at Oxhey Jets on Wednesday 18th November, now need two wins from their last 3 games to clinch the Divisional Title and move into the Championship play off.   A win and two draws would also have the same effect.  The "obstacles" to be overcome are Tokyngton Manor (home and away) and Kentish Town (home)

Borough fell behind to an early goal and needed two late goals by Yasser Tazi to run out winners.    His first was screwed into the net from a seemingly impossible angle and the second came in the dying moments of injury time just a few seconds after Borough 'keeper Arnold Amissi had repelled a close range free header to deny the hosts what looked like a golden opportunity to equalise.

The match was a great credit to both teams and it would not be fair to close without recording the superb organisation, helpfulness  and hospitality provided by "The Jets" which would have done credit to a Senior Club game.       And likewise to referee David Snaith who understood and accommodated the difficulties we had encountered in travelling to the match.  The intention was to travel on a  direct train to Carpenders Park from Euston, which would have got us there more than an hour before kick off, only to find on arrival there that all trains were cancelled, apparently due to a probable suicide somewhere up the line.   And much credit also to Ben and Seb who devised a tortuous alternative route involving two underground trains, London Overground and taxis to get the team to the ground right on the intended kick off time.  Not the best preparation for any match !

      DETAILED REPORT ON FIXTURES & RESULTS PAGE

 


A WEEKEND OF MIXED FORTUNES
Nov 15, 2009, 10:44 pm

Although giving what may well have been their best performance of the season THE FIRST TEAM  unfortunately slipped into the relegation zone through their 3-1 defeat at Aylesbury;  Kentish Town's 6-2 win over Welwyn Garden City lifted them above Borough and only Welwyn GC now keep Borough off the bottom

By contrast, THE WOMEN   moved into 2nd place in the Premier Division after their battling 3-2 win at leaders Peterborough who only remain top by 3 points but Borough have 5 games in hand on them

The UNDER 16s also had a 3-2 win away from home at Takeley in the Eastern Junior Alliance Chairman's Cup.

REPORTS OF THESE MATCHES CAN BE FOUND IN THE "FIXTURES & RESULTS" SECTION

The UNDER 14s also had a fine League win by 6-2 away to Enfield Elite but the    UNDER 17s London County Cup Quarter Final fell foul of a waterlogged pitch and will now be played next Sunday. 22nd November.

 

 


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