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WEEK OF MIXED FORTUNES ENDS IN JOY AS........
Sep 27, 2008, 9:54 pm
.......BOROUGH GRAB THAT ELUSIVE
FIRST LEAGUE WIN
 
After their Tuesday evening second half mauling at Harefield United which saw a 2-1 half time deficit turned into an 8-1 humiliation Borough suffered no hangover on Saturday in another game where their first half play was far superior to their post interval performance.  At home to Hertford Town it was Borough who led 2-1 at half time thanks to successful strikes by Fabian Brown and Murat Karagul and a goal apiece in the second half saw them pick up a well deserved and long overdue victory as Brown's 80th minute spot kick  settled the game after Hertford's mid-half equaliser.
 
Full report in Fixtures & Results section

SCFYL Nemean Division - Haringey Borough 3 - 2 AFC Hayes
Sep 25, 2008, 4:14 pm
YOUTH TEAM MAKE IT TWO WINS ON THE SPIN


Last night (24th Sep) Borough won 3-2 against AFC Hayes with goals from Angel, Phinn-Archer and Gonzalez. Haringey were 3-0 up at half-time and only conceded the 2 consolation goals in second half injury time. Although a disappointing end to the game for the home side, Borough will be delighted with their overall performance and the win which gives them 7 points from their opening 3 league games.

Full match report can be found through the link on the FIXTURES & RESULTS page.

Borough continue there SCFYL campaign with an away match against AFC Hayes on Wednesday 8th October: 7.45pm KO at Farm Park.


SCFYL Nemean Division - Kentish Town 1 - 2 Haringey Borough
Sep 18, 2008, 12:16 pm
YOUTH TEAM CLAIM IMPORTANT VICTORY

Last night (17th Sep) Borough overcame title rivals Kentish Town 2-1 at the Copthall Stadium with first half goals from Hand and Phinn-Archer. Town pulled one back early in the second half through left winger Gonzalez but it wasn't enough as Haringey defended strongly to see out the game and leave with the 3 points.

It was a tense and tight encounter played in good spirit, where both sides can be proud of their contribution and effort as they were a credit to their clubs. The return match promises to be another good battle.

Full match report can be found through the link on the FIXTURES & RESULTS page.

Borough continue there SCFYL campaign with a home match against AFC Hayes this Wednesday 24th September: 7.45pm KO at Coles Park

MISERY RUN ENDED
Sep 13, 2008, 7:09 pm
THE CLIMB BEGINS
 
Borough's First Team put an end to their miserable run of 6 successive defeats in a fine game at home to Colney Heath for which a draw was probably a just result.   And predictable too bearing in mind both teams are still looking for their first League win.   Colney Heath have 4 draws to Borough's 3.   
 
Several new faces made their first appearance of the season and the performance was a vast improvement on last weeks disappointing display which led to the early Vase exit at Cranfield United.
 
The point lifts Borough off the bottom, albeit on goal difference only, at the expense of Welwyn Garden City who are Borough's next opponents although it is in a knock out game, the Premier Division Cup.

Ashford Town 2 - 1 Haringey Brough - FA Youth Cup Preliminary Round
Sep 11, 2008, 12:44 pm
Proud Borough Lose in Extra-Time

The FA.com featured our FA Youth Cup Preliminary Match on their website, for their report please use the URL below.


http://www.thefa.com/TheFACup/TheFAYouthCup/NewsAndFeatures/Postings/2008/09/FAYC_roundup_PreliminaryAshford_Haringey.htm


Haringey Borough's youth team were given about as hard a draw as was possible in this years Preliminary Round of the FA Youth Cup, with an away tie against Ashford Town (Middlesex). Ashford's senior team plies their trade in the Ryman Premier which is two steps higher then Borough (Spartan South Midlands Premier), furthermore they have won 6 of their first 8 league matches. However Town's youth team have been on an even more impressive run, with a winning run of thirteen straight games coming into this match, stretching back to the tail end of last season! The whole club seems to be on a great run.


The Short Lane Stadium pitch was in good shape and offered the opportunity for a high quality game of football, and all those in attendance, including scouts from Charlton Athletic Football Club, witnessed exactly that. Throughout the match both sides worked tirelessly and tried to get the ball down and play. The tempo and quality on show was much closer to senior football then your regular run-of-the-mill U18 match, and many of the players on view have big futures.


Ashford took the lead on 5 minutes through Baldock, following a great set piece delivery. Borough levelled through a great counterattack finished superbly by Michael Hand. The winner came deep into extra-time, scored by Whiteman, however it was somewhat contentious as he controlled the ball with both arms before powering a shot past the helpless McCarthy in goal.


Borough deserved more out of the game against a very strong Ashford side who will no doubt be competing at the right end of the table to defend their Southern Youth League title. However luck was not with Haringey as they hit the inside of the post late on in the game and eventually lost through a poor decision by the referee.


Full match report can be found by clicking the link on the Fixtures and Results page.


Manager Hudson's view after the game was “I felt the boys gave everything and were a credit to Ben and I, the club and themselves. We feel completely gutted and empty that we couldn't finish the job. In the end the bit of luck needed went Ashford's way rather then ours. They are a very strong side and their results prove that. However I truly believe we were the better team tonight, we were well organised, defended well, passed the ball well and looked dangerous going forward. Football is often about inches and hitting the inside of the post rather then the back of the net is an example of that. I'm disappointed with their goal and to lose to a decision like that feels like a kick in the teeth. The boys worked tirelessly for 120 minutes and deserve more. We will use this as a lever to push us on in our quest to win our league title this year. I'd like to congratulate all the boys and say I couldn't be prouder of them even if they had won. They are an incredible group.”


 


REPRESENTATIVE HONOURS FOR BOROUGH PLAYERS
Sep 8, 2008, 12:54 pm
BOROUGH WOMEN SELECTED BY LONDON FA
 
Four Borough Players have been honoured by selection for the London County FA Representative squad to play against the Metropolitan Police team (at Cockfosters on  17th September) and Oxfordshire County  FA (at Oxford City's ground on 24th September)
 
They are   NATASHA ADJOBIA  TANYA BEVERLEY  SARAH CLEARY   &   SAMUELLA KING 
 
The first game against the Police resulted in an easy 6-0 win for the London FA with Samuella netting a hat-trick.       The game at Oxford finished 4-4
 
NATASHA, TANYA and SARAH have been selected for a further game on Thursday 9th October against The Army at Aldershot 

PRE SEASON TRAINING BEGINS
Jun 26, 2008, 12:07 am
2008/09 NOW UP AND RUNNING
 
For the Mens team training began on 24th June.  Details of the further sessions can be seen by clicking on "Trials and Training" and then "Details Men"
 
Players AGED 18 OR OVER with experience of Senior Football at Level 6 or above, or who believe they have the ability and commitment needed to flourish in Level 5 football, and are seeking a trial opportunity should submit a playing cv  to ClubSecretary@haringeyboroughfc.com
 
 
Womens team training starts on 8th July -  click on "Trials and Training" and then "Womens Team" for details.  Potential new players should send a playing cv to ClubSecretary@haringeyboroughfc.com

ANOTHER SUCCESS STORY
Jun 17, 2008, 12:04 pm
DOUBLE HONOUR FOR BOROUGH PLAYER
 
CONGRATULATIONS are due to WOMENS TEAM striker SAMUELLA KING who won not only the EASTERN REGION WOMENS LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION "TOP SCORER" trophy for the 2007/08 season but also the Leagues  "PLAYER OF THE SEASON" award.

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