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5-1 win against Leverstock Green

An excellent performance sees us win 5-1

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Hadley 5 v 1 Leverstock Green
Francis (2), Ferguson, Thompson, Jno-Baptiste

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21/10/17, 3.00pm ko at Brickfield Lane
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8 Hoddesdon Town 12 18
9 Biggleswade United 10 156
10 Hadley 10 16
11 Oxhey Jets 11 115
12 Cockfosters 11 15

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Hadley FC of the Spartan South Midlands Premier League (Step 5) wish to invite applications for the role of first-team manager. Applicants must include their football history/experience and any other relevant information you feel is necessary.
Applications can be sent via e-mail to Please note the closing date for applications is 5pm on Monday 23rd October. Following this, a shortlist of people will be selected for interviews.
Guy Slee
Chairman, Hadley FC

The 1st team had a very good 5-1 win against Leverstock Green. A great strike from Lewis Francis put us 1-0 up before Leverstock drew level. Francis scored again to make it 2-1 before a great long distance strike from Cameron Ferguson made it 3-1 at half time. Second half goals from Justin Thompson and Jermeel Jno-Baptiste sealed the win and a very good performance.

We have today parted company with 1st team manager Micky Hazard by mutual consent. We would like to put on record a huge amount of thanks and appreciation for all that Micky has done for the club in recent seasons. An interim management team will be put in place and we will be seeking applications for a new management team in due course.
Guy Slee, Chairman, Hadley FC

The 1st team travelled to title challengers Welwyn Garden City and came back on the wrong end of a 4-1 scoreline. Our hosts started strongly and took an early 1-0 lead after having a goal disallowed and then a defensive mix-up gifted Welwyn their second of the game to make it 2-0. They could have increased their lead but hit the woodwork, and we pulled a goal back just before half time with Kerkstun Macpherson finishing an Ivan Machado cross from close range. Welwyn scored two more goals in the second half to make the final score 4-1.
Line-up: Boateng, Shirley-Clarke, Machado, Sedgley, Anwar, Mulholland (King), Alfano (Angel-Tamayo), Buraimoh (Ferguson), Macpherson, Francis, Jno-Baptiste
Subs not used: Milton



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