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31st January 2015
Feb 1, 2015, 12:29 am

FREE ENTRY FOR ALL SPECTATORS.........

.........TO OUR NEXT HOME GAME ON SATURDAY 7th FEBRUARY when the visitors will be TAKELEY FC.   3pm KICK OFF


24 Jan 2015
Jan 24, 2015, 11:19 pm

TOP v BOTTOM FINISHES PREDICTABLY

4-1 is the sort of scoreline to be expected from a top v bottom clash but in truth it could and should have been much higher with a combination of wasteful finishing, repeated framework interventions and desperate goal-line clearances denying Borough further improvement to their goal difference.    Borough led at the interval without having shown great urgency thanks to a rocket of a cross shot into the far top corner from the edge of the penalty area unleashed by Cornel Cornea after 13 minutes.  Thus the score stayed until the intoduction of Darrell Cox midway through the second half and within minutes of his arrival he had unfussily tucked away two low close range efforts in the 71st and 75th minutes.   A horrible mix-up in defence gifted Sporting Bengal United a 79th minute goal but it never looked likely to be more than a consolation and Anthony McDonald wrapped up the scoring in stoppage time with a precise cross shot low into the corner.

.....and on Sunday  WOMEN REACH LEAGUE CUP SEMI-FINAL

Borough returned from Bury St. Edmunds after 2 hours of hard graft and concentration with a 2-0 quarter final win over Bury Town.     Borough enjoyed the lion's share of possession and made by far the greater number of chances but a stubborn well organised defence kept them at bay throughout normal time.    But early in the first extra 15 minutes Alice Manu knocked home two close range efforts and Bury's predictable late flurry never looked likely to reverse the situation with a succession of corners being confidently dealt with as Borough entered the semi-final where they will meet Royston Town probably at a neutral venue on March 15th.

 

 

 

 


10 January 2015
Jan 10, 2015, 11:44 pm

THREE POINTS FROM A VERY STERN TEST

Boroughs last line of defence weathered its severest test of the season especially in a "backs to the wall" second half in which it received little assistance  in the way of pressure relief from its misfiring front line.  Even so only a sensational flying save by Ashley Harris to push a powerful late free kick just past his left hand post preserved the 2-1 lead at "The Old Spotted Dog" where Clapton and their noisy supporters must be wondering how they failed to get an equaliser from their second half onslaught which would really have been the least they deserved.  Both sides had profited from penalties for fouls, not of the worst variety, with Walid Matata slotting the first low to the 'keepers left against the run of play in the 22nd minute.   Fahad Nyanja sent Harris the wrong way five minutes before the interval.   In between a fine run by Anthony McDonald finished with a 27th minute shot against the post and Cornel Cornea prodded home the rebound.   The less said about Borough's second half finishing of  the few chances they managed to create the better.  After match news that closest challenger's Barking had effectively made the win worth five points for Borough by their surprising 1-1 draw at home to Basildon United made the journey back even sweeter;  Borough now lead them 57 points to 42 but have played 2 games more

AND  WOMEN  OVERCOME STEVENAGE TO  REACH THEIR LEAGUE CUP QUARTER FINAL ON SUNDAY.....    

.....in what was a game of similar pattern.  Two-nil up at Codicote (having coceded home advantage to get the game played) through Eunice Fakolade and Marianne Sheena at the interval Borough had to withstand a second half onslaught in which 'keeper Cherkish Young pulled off some outstanding saves including a vital dive low to her left  to push a hard hit penalty past the post ten minutes from  time so avoiding what would have been a nailbiting finish.  In fact Borough broke away for Sheena to increase the lead before Stevenage deservedly hooked home a consolation effort only for Sheena to again exploit the space their need for all out attack allowed to complete her hat-trick for the 4-1 win.   It was by no means as comfortable as a three goal margin suggests but was the just reward for ninety minutes hard slog.

 


Youth Team


15th May 2013
May 16, 2013, 9:36 pm

NO YOUTH SECTION IN 2014/15

The Club will not be running a Youth Section in 2014/15                      

But interested players at the younger age groups (Under 6 to Under 17) may like to consider contacting AFC SOUTHGATE who play in the Cheshunt Youth League and play their home games and train in  Palmers Green.    The Club is run by Rakatahr Hudson who was for many years involved with Haringey Borough's former Youth Section.   

His number is 07861 233993 and the website for the Club is www.afcsouthgate.com      e-mail is afcsouthgate@gmail.com


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