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A FINE PERFORMANCE AT HODDESDON TOWN SEES........
Jan 15, 2008, 11:49 pm
BOROUGH REACH DIVISIONAL CUP SEMI-FINAL
 
A goal late in the first half from Jamaal Duncan and a powerful header from Andy Stokes in the 10th minute of extra time saw Borough reach the Divisional Cup semi-final (they will be at home to Harpenden Town on Tuesday February 12th).  Borough missed some golden opportunities to make the game safe in the second period of normal time and almost paid the price for their profligacy when Hoddesdon put away a close range equaliser in the 86th minute.

RE NO CHANGE AT THE TOP
Jan 11, 2008, 3:55 pm
 
             .........BOROUGH STILL THIRD
 
After a rain-depleted programme the top three positions remain unchanged with only leaders HODDESDON TOWN playing and picking up just one point from their 2-2 home draw with Brache Sparta.    They are now three points ahead of both Stony Stratford Town and Borough but both have a game in hand on them which if won would see them overtaken on goal difference.       The days big winners were  ROYSTON TOWN who demolished BEDFORD at Garden Walk by 6-0 and are now only 4 points behind Borough and Stony Stratford Town and with a game in hand on both of them.
 
 
Boroughs other teams also suffered from waterlogged pitch call offs over the weekend but on Sunday  the U13s game  went ahead as they beat Parkfield 6-1.

WELCOME ON BOARD TO
Jan 9, 2008, 1:26 pm
............ KEVIN WILKINS
 
The Club is pleased to be able to announce the addition to its management team of KEVIN WILKINS who has joined as Assistant to Allan Fenn who writes:-   
 

"I would also like to take this opportunity to welcome the arrival of my new Assistant Manager Kevin Wilkins.      “Wilko” has a wealth of experience both as a player, with Walthamstow Pennant and Leyton Pennant, and as a Manager where he has enjoyed a hugely successful time as Leyton's Reserve team manager and for the last two years as joint manager of their First team in the Rymans Premier League.     Most important to me is that he is completely honest, loyal and trustworthy as well as being a very good friend and I cannot wait to renew my working relationship with him.    Kevin will be with me in the dug-out in future games where he will bring renewed optimism and enthusiasm to the Club and will be a major asset to the Borough cause".

 
 
 
 

THE RUN IS OVER
Jan 5, 2008, 11:35 pm
..........DISLODGED
 
It had to end some time and it took a fine team - STONY STRATFORD TOWN to end Allan Fenn's unbeaten record at the 6th attempt.  Borough scored the first and last goals and came back from behind to bring the score to 2-2 just before the interval but defensive frailty undid Borough in the second half to leave us losers by 5-3.   So its our turn to play catch up now as we are pushed down to third and so tight is the situation at the top that any of the leading 8 teams are entitled to fancy their chances.    The leading positions are
 
Hoddesdon Town                 Played 19 points 39
Stony Stratford Town                     19 -37
Haringey Borough                           19-37
Kentish Town                                21 - 37
New Bradwell St. Peter                   19 - 34
Sport London e Benfica                   20 - 33
Bedford                                        20 - 33
Royston Town                               18 - 30
 
 
 

A DISAPPOINTING CANCELLATION BUT
Dec 29, 2007, 9:46 pm
STILL ON TOP....JUST
 
BOROUGH go into the New Year as leaders but with our own game being called off  some of our challengers took the opportunity to close the gap.   With Kentish Town's pitch also unfit we were spared the possibility of being ousted from top spot but narrow wins for Hoddesdon Town and Stony Stratford Town have increased the pressure on us.      Next Saturdays match at Stony Stratford Town is now of huge importance as defeat would see them overtake us on goal difference.     In fact anything except a Borough win will probably see us knocked off our perch as there are three teams poised to take over from us if we falter.    The game between Sport London e Benfica and Kentish Town will also have a huge bearing on the table as will Bedford's game with Hoddesdon Town on a Saturday which see six of the title chasers paired together.      
 
  

CHIMA GETS BOROUGH "OUT OF JAIL"
Dec 23, 2007, 2:39 pm
UNBEATEN RUN STRETCHED TO FIVE
 
It seemed that Allan Fenn's unbeaten record was over at Buckingham Athletic's Stratford Fields ground as sloppy defending had helped the home side to a 3-2 lead despite Borough having enjoyed the lion's share of the play and making by far the greater number of chances.  But in the 94th minute Chima Obiji threw himself at late substitute Joelle-Leon Phillips' cross from the left to power  home his equalising header.
 
The point means Borough top the table by one point and with two games in hand over their nearest challengers with exactly half their league programme completed.   

STILL ON TOP
Dec 15, 2007, 8:24 pm
TOP SPOT CONSOLIDATED
 
A hat-trick by Ronardson Obinna was a major contibution to Borough's convincing 5-1 win over Brache Sparta which cemented their place at the top of the table for another week.
 
................and on Sunday the Under 17s moved closer to their second Cup Final appearance in 2 years with a 1-0 win away to Welling Wanderers in their much delayed London County Cup Quarter Final.

BACK TO THE SUMMIT
Nov 24, 2007, 10:41 pm
STOPPAGE TIME GOAL PUTS BOROUGH  
BACK ON TOP
AFTER BEING BEHIND FOR MORE THAN AN HOUR BOROUGH'S LATE ONSLAUGHT AT AMERSHAM TOWN'S SPRATLEY MEADOW HOME TURNED THE TABLES ......AND THE ICING ON THE CAKE WAS KARL LEWIS's STOPPAGE TIME GOAL WHICH MOVED BOROUGH BACK TO THE TOP OF THE TABLE WITH A GOAL DIFFERENCE ONE BETTER THAN PREVIOUS LEADERS KENTISH TOWN WHO SURPRISINGLY LOST 3-5 AT HOME TO STONY STRATFORD TOWN       .....and, somewhat surprisingly,  despite not having kicked a ball for two weeks Borough still remain top after 8th December thanks to postponments and Kentish Town's unexpected 3-2 defeat at Cranfield United and Hoodedson Town's even more surprising 1-1 draw at home to bottom Club Winslow United.
 
.........and to cap another fine weekend the Women also got into the injury time goal habit on Sunday when Sonia Vandumen headed in Erika Vareckova's long free kick at the far post to give them a 3-2 victory at Dagenham & Redbridge's Glyn Hopkin Stadium to maintain their promotion challenge in a very close race in which Borough are now second in the table.

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