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May 13, 2007, 2:51 pm
Awards Evening
Relegation must be good for the soul as rarely, if ever, has the Club's annual Awards Evening been so well attended with the Coles Park clubhouse scarcely able to cope with the crush.  The prevailing mood was most definitely NOT one of gloom and doom -and nor should it have been with the Clubs plans for a better and exciting future taking shape.   As Chairman Aki Achillea said, the First Team although obviously the flag-ship is not the be all and end all of the Club and while its relegation is hardly something to be welcomed  neither is it the end of the world.     The fruits of the Youth set-up now being painstakingly constructed under the guidance of Youth Head of Development Raki Hudson should be ever more in evidence as the years go by and players who have developed an affinity with the Club over many years reach the age to move into Senior football.
Congratulations to the individual award winners  for 2006/07 who were:-          
First Team  -       Jamie Brown
Midweek Team -   Abu Umar
Under 16s -         (Jointly) Chinua Phinn-Archer  and  Lawrence Hayes 
Women -             Nichola Cable
First Team  -      Daniel Tulloch
Midweek Team -  (Jointly)  Gary Silva   and  Edison Brahimi
Women  -           Stacey Cable
First Team  -      Calvin Petrie
Midweek Team -  Daneil Iroegbu
Under 16s  -       Harley Smee
Women  -           Nichola Cable
First Team  -      Lloyd Mitchell
Midweek Team -  Luke Kavanagh
Under 18s   -      Sam Joiner
Under 16s  -       Gustavo Angel
Women  -           Karla Parker
Kieran Smith of the Under 16s for the 4th, and effectively clinching, goal in the League
                      Cup semi-final against London Tigers

No Double For Under 16s
May 6, 2007, 8:58 pm

Haringey Borough 3 - 5 Pinnacle


Haringey Borough lost in the Harrow Youth League Cup Final against Premier Division side Pinnacle at North Greenford United FC. In a game full of crazy refereeing decision, 8 goals were scored of which 5 in all were the result of dodgy free kick and penalty decisions.

Match Report on Fixtures Page Now.  
This disappointing result, where Haringey will feel as though they should have won, should not detract from what has been an outstanding season. Going into the cup final Haringey had already secured the League Championship without losing a game in what has been their first season together, and played some great football along the way. This group of players will continue to grow and develop into next season with much potential to look forward to.
This Thursday we are holding trials for our new U13s and U14s teams for next season. This is an open trial for any children currently in years 7 and 8 at School (going into years 8 and 9).
The trial is Thursday 10th May 5-7pm at Coles Park (look at 'find us' page)
For more information please email the Head of Youth Development.

Apr 28, 2007, 6:29 pm
Having dragged themselves to the very brink of salvation last week, Borough ended the season with a disastrous display at Royston Town's leafy Garden Walk ground.     With the loser doomed to finish in a relegation spot it was the home team who showed the greater passion and determination throughput and sadly the 5-1 scoreline  which lifted them above Borough cannot even be described as flattering.    Worse  was to follow after the match when news was received of Holmer Green's goal-less draw at Chalfont St. Peter which pushed Borough into the rock bottom position.    Only some extraordinary good fortune in the shape of the FAs League restructuring can now save Borough from relegation to Division 1 but that possibility is remote in the extreme as with so many teams in the Spartan South Midlands catchment area being relegated from Step 4 any re-structuring this year is likely to have an adverse effect on Borough's chances and probably on Royston Town's (who would have saved themselves but for Holmer Green's point)  as well.  

Apr 21, 2007, 9:47 pm
By winning their vital home game against Biggleswade Town on Saturday Borough have climbed out of the bottom two and have the opportunity to stay there by winning their final game at current bottom Club Royston Town who by winning could save themselves if other results went their way.      A win for Borough will guarantee safety and a draw would be enough provided Holmer Green do not win at Chalfont St. Peter.   But defeat for Borough would leave them either bottom or next to it.    The other Clubs in danger are Biggleswade Town who entertain Aylesbury Vale and St. Margaretsbury who visit Leverstock Green.
The foot of the table with one game to be played by each Club next Saturday reads
St Margaretsbury        37 points Goal Difference -14
Biggleswade Town      36                                -28
Haringey Borough       35                                -31 
Holmer Green            35                               -42
Royston Town             33                               -62

Apr 19, 2007, 12:52 am

The Under 16s reached the Harrow Youth League Cup Final in a thrilling semi-final match which attracted what was  the highest attendance of the season to Coles Park yesterday evening.     Borough took an early two goal lead but London Tigers fought back superbly and Borough led by only 2-1 at the interval.  After going 3-1 ahead and then being pegged back to 3-2 Borough made the game safe with what was probably the best goal scored this season by any of the Boroughs teams - Keiran Smith being the marksman.  It was a fiercely competitive game played in a superbly sporting spirit with all the players of both sides being a credit to themselves, their Clubs and their Managers/Coaches.    The final will be on May 6th - opponents as yet unknown - at the Berkeley Fields Stadium of North Greenford United FC - kick off at noon.     Watch this site for further details.

Apr 2, 2007, 7:28 pm
Haringey Borough FC are delighted to announce the appointment of RAKATAHR ("Raki") HUDSON as their


Although still only 21, Raki has been associated with the Club for many years both as a player and also Manager and Coach of a number of their teams. This season he has, together with his Assistant Ben Corbyn, led the Club's Under 16s to the Division One title in the Harrow Youth League which has been secured with an unbeaten record and still with two games to play. The team is also in the semi-final of the League Cup and to complete the League and Cup double would be the icing on the cake and a wonderful start to the Club's Centenary Year.

Raki is currently finishing a diploma in Sports Science, before taking a degree in Football Studies starting in September. He holds the FA level 1 Coaching qualification and is in the process of attaining level 2. He now plays his football at Step 3 in the National League Pyramid system for the famous Rymans League Premier Division side, Hendon FC.
Haringey Borough FC is also very happy to have entered into a Partnership with Woodside High School – located just some 500 yards from the Club's Coles Park Stadium in White Hart Lane – which will ensure that promising young local players will have an established link to progress smoothly into the top echelons of Youth Football when they leave school and for those with outstanding talent and determination to break through into the semi-professional game and, perhaps, ultimately into the full time professional ranks.

Club Chairman, Aki Achillea, said " These are exciting times for Haringey Borough Football Club; we have worked very hard behind the scenes to secure a structure for the enhancement of facilities that we can offer the youth of Haringey. We will be running at least 5 youth sides next season along with our total commitment to the Women's team which is going from strength to strength every season. Additionally we have created a settled first team and Midweek League team and with the prospect of the Youth team players stepping up annually the future for the club will be secured for many years to come. The plans for a redevelopment of our ground are well advanced and Haringey Borough Football Club will become a focal point for the community and the youth of Haringey and I wish to thank the hardworking committee members and the Council for their support in helping the club realise their ambitions and potential"

Mar 25, 2007, 11:47 pm
BOROUGH secured their first silverware of the season on Sunday 25th March when their unbeaten in the League Under 16 team drew 2-2 away to Wealdstone, their last remaining challengers, to clinch the Divisional Championship of the Harrow Youth League Division 1
They will be hoping to complete their remaining three League matches unbeaten and to add the League Cup to their silverware as they have already reached the semi-final stage.
Congratulations to Team Manager/Coach  Raki Hudson and his Assistant Ben Corbyn and all the lads who have played so consistently throughout the season to earn this success

Mar 18, 2007, 10:16 pm
The Club is delighted to confirm the sponsorship of its Womens team by "P H D" of Harrow (PLUMBING AND HEATING DIRECT) who have generously supplied 22 Training Tops and Kit bags for each player as well as a supply of balls and a ball bag.
All members are urged to consider PHD whenever need for the type of service they provide is encountered.

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