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Hadley 5 v 0 Stotfold
Jno-Baptiste, Shirley-Clarke, Anwar, Macpherson, Montes
Hadley v Colney Heath
23/09/17, FA Vase, 3.00pm ko @ Brickfield Lane
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The 1st team had a very good 5-0 home win against Stotfold. Goals from Jermeel Jno-Baptiste, Rhys Shirley-Clarke and Shaz Anwar gave us a 3-0 lead at half time, before second half goals from Kerkstun Macpherson and Victor Montes sealed the win.
Line-up: Le Tissier, Shirley-Clarke, Davite, Sedgley, Anwar, Buraimoh, King, Mulholland, Machado, Jno-Baptiste, Thompson
Subs used: Macpherson, Montes, Powell-Quarry
The 1st team travelled to London Colney and came back with all three points following an excellent 3-0 win. A Zaine Gangadeen goal put us 1-0 up at half time and we doubled our lead soon after the restart, with Justin Thompson making it 2-0. Zaine Gangadeen then scored a contender for goal of the season to make it 3-0, a wonderful strike from 35 yards out. Overall it was another very good performance from the team.
Line-up: Le Tissier, Montes (Shirley-Clarke), White, Milton, Anwar (Sedgley), Davite, Alfano, Mulholland, Machado (Martinez), Gangadeen, Thompson
Sub not used: Sabag
The 1st team progressed to the next round of the FA Vase with a 2-0 home win against Milton United who play their football in the Hellenic League. After a goalless first half we broke the deadlock with a good finish from Jermeel Jno-Baptiste. We doubled our lead after some good work inside the box from substitute Ivan Machado set up Zaine Gangadeen to fire home and make the final score 2-0 following a good performance. We are at home to Colney Heath in the next round. The Blinkhorns Man of the Match Award was presented to Harry Sedgley.
Line-up: Le Tissier, Shirley-Clarke, Thompson, Sedgley, Mulholland, Buraimoh, Gangadeen, King, Macpherson (Machado), Jno-Baptiste (Davite), Bolton