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STILL CLIMBING
Oct 1, 2007, 12:34 pm
UP TO 2nd SPOT
 
Although the performance was none too convincing the 2-1 Home win over Ampthill Town was enough to move Borough into one of the promotion spots on Saturday.   They could go top next week if they win at Bedford Town Reserves as their two main challengers, Hoddesdon Town and Bedford clash.   Bedford are one point ahead at the moment and Hoddesdon have, like Borough, dropped four points to Bedford's 3 although they have played two fewer games.   So a Borough win coupled with anything other than a Bedford win would see in the take top spot.
 
The Women unluckily lost their unbeaten League record by 2-1 to a late goal at Haverhill Rovers on Sunday but the Under 17s maintained their 100% record in all Competitions with a 2-0 League Cup win over Hillingdon Borough Under 18s. 

MIDWEEK JOY FOR WOMEN
Sep 28, 2007, 1:28 am

GIRLS ON TOP !!

An early strike by Samuella King gave Borough an interval lead against Royston Town after they had dominated the first half.  But “The Crows” hit back strongly in the second half and after equalising looked the more threatening side for a while until Borough re-asserted themselves late in the half and secured victory through further goals by Joselina Lopes Ferreira and injured defender  Valene Simon who had been moved up front.

The victory enabled them to dislodge Norwich City from the top of the table and Borough will stay there if they return from their Sunday trip to Haverhill Rovers with maximum points.

CURRENT PREMIER DIVISION TABLE

 

 

P

W

D

L

F

A

GD

Pts

HARINGEY BOROUGH

5

3

2

0

15

10

5

11

NORWICH CITY

4

3

1

0

14

2

12

10

WOODBRIDGE TOWN

5

3

0

2

12

6

6

9

BARKING

4

3

0

1

6

5

1

9

HAVERHILL ROVERS

5

2

2

1

10

8

2

8

HETHERSETT ATHLETIC

4

2

1

1

17

6

11

7

PETERBOROUGH

4

2

0

2

10

4

6

6

DAGENHAM & REDBRIDGE

4

1

2

1

8

5

3

5

ROYSTON TOWN

4

1

0

3

4

17

-13

3

BEDFORD

3

0

2

1

5

9

-4

2

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY

4

0

0

4

6

20

-14

0

CAMBRIDGE UNITED

4

0

0

4

2

17

-15

0


CUP HOODOO BEATEN AT LAST
Sep 25, 2007, 11:53 pm
 
DIVISION ONE CUP SUCCESS
 
BOROUGH's dismal record in knock out competitions, which has seen them eliminated at the first hurdle in the other 4 Cup competitions entered, was finally overcome at Sun Postal Sports Watford ground when substitute Chima Obiji's  late near post header from a corner  provided the only goal of a fine sporting encounter with no lack of endeavour from either side.    A much changed Borough team, with three players making their first team debuts and  a very make-shift defence,   produced one of the best displays of the season to set up a home tie with Cranfield United in the second round.  

STILL UNBEATEN
Sep 23, 2007, 6:24 pm
RECORDS STILL INTACT
 
     Although nothing goes right for Borough in Cup matches both the Mens First Team and the Womens Team maintained their unbeaten League Records over the weekend.  
    The Men now have 5 wins and 2 draws from their Spartan South Midlands League campaign while the Women have 2 wins and 2 draws from their Eastern Region Premier Division matches.
    On Saturday the First Team had to settle for a draw when Kentish Town visited Coles Park and this was probably the fairest outcome to a see-saw match in which both sides had the lead at one time.  Chima Obiji scored in each half in Boroughs 2-2 draw.
    On Sunday the Women returned victorious from a visit to Cambridge University - a feat not often achieved in the past - in another see-saw game in which they took an early lead, fell behind by half time, equalised from a penalty immediately after the restart, took the lead, immediately lost it again only to get it back within a minute and then clinched the game 5-3 with fifteen minutes still to play.    Samuella King scored a hat trick from a free kick and 2 spectacular second half strikes,  Joselina Lopes Ferreira scored her first goal for the Club and Tanya Beverley put the penalty away tidily.
      And not to be outdone the Under 17s maintained their 100% start to their Harrow Youth League Campaign with their third straight win with a 7-1 slaughter of Charville Athletic.  A start which suggests they might carry on from their wonderful achievement of winning their Under 16 Division last season without losing a game.
    
 

WEMBLEY DREAM OVER
Sep 8, 2007, 10:48 pm
BOROUGH NOT GOING TO WEMBLEY !
 
Boroughs hopes of a Wembley appearance disappeared for another season although they put up a fine fight against their Step 5 visitors, Harwich & Parkeston, (who had themselves eliminated a Step 4 Club from the FA Cup last Saturday) and were not finally beaten until conceding a breakaway goal in the dying seconds as the whole team was upfield battling for an equaliser.
 
Some good news is that Stony Stratford Town, the erstwhile League leaders lost at home and Borough are now only 2 points behind them with 2 games in hand.  The new leaders are Bedford who won their home league match and also have 15 points but a better goal difference and Borough have 1 game in hand on them.    While Brache Sparta's win pushed Borough down to 4th, Borough have two games in hand on them and are only a point behind and Borough also have the best goal difference in the Division.

UNBEATEN LEAGUE RECORDS STILL INTACT
Sep 1, 2007, 9:57 pm
STILL CLIMBING  -  2nd NOW
 
A hat-trick from Ronardson Obinna and two late strikes from substitute Chima Obiji were enough to seal a comfortable home win against Royston Town and  lift Borough to 2nd place in the table - two points behind leaders Stony Stratford Town but with a game in hand on them.
 
Perhaps more importantly, Borough , along with Hoddesdon Town, have dropped only 2 points - fewer than any other Clubs in the Division.
 
...........................................and to cap a great weekend at Coles Park  a depleted BOROUGH WOMENS squad defied the odds to beat Championship favourites DAGENHAM & REDBRIDGE 2-1.  Samuella King netted both Borough goals.

BRIGHT START MAINTAINED
Aug 30, 2007, 12:55 pm
FOURTH AND CLIMBING
 
 
A hard earned 3 points away to League newcomers Sport London e Benfica at Hanwell Town's Reynolds Field ground moved Borough up to 4th place in the table and with a game in hand on all those above them which, if won, would see them top.
 
Borough bossed the first half and went in 2-1 up thanks to two well taken goals by Daneil Iroegbu and then stood firm against severe second half pressure which culminated in a sensational save by already injured seventeen year old 'keeper Edison Brahimi in the dying seconds of injury time.
 
Full report on Fixtures and Results page.
 
 
 

UNBEATEN RECORD PRESERVED
Aug 27, 2007, 4:57 pm
THREE MORE LEAGUE POINTS GARNERED
 
On Saturday 25th August, a much changed Borough side quickly shrugged off the disappointment of Tuesdays Cup Replay exit with a commanding second-half performance to maintain their unbeaten League record through goals from Andy Stokes,  Adeniyi Adedeji and Melvin Thompson with no goals conceded.
 
Full report on FIXTURES & RESULTS page

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