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Hadley progress in FA Cup

An excellent 4-2 win against Southall sees us progress to the next round of the FA Cup

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Southall 2 v 4 Hadley
Bolton (2), King, Macpherson

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26/08/17, 3.00pm ko at Altham Way, WD19 6FW
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14 Wembley 2 1
15 Tring Athletic 2 1
16 Hadley 2 1
17 Leverstock Green 1 0
18 Cockfosters 1 0

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The 1st team progressed to the next round of the FA Cup with an excellent performance and win against Southall. We took an early lead through Jake King before a great overhead kick from Kerkstun Macpherson made it 2-0. Connor Bolton then drilled a low shot past the Southall keeper to put us 3-0 up at half time after an excellent 45 minutes from us. Southall pulled a goal back in the second half but we responded well and Connor Bolton scored his second of the match to make it 4-2. Southall got another goal late on but it was not enough and we booked our place in the next round with a very good 4-2 win.
Line-up: Weinrabe, Shirley-Clarke, Davite, Buraimoh, Anwar, Mulholland, Gangadeen, King, Jno-Baptiste, Macpherson (Powell-Quarry), Bolton
Subs not used: Sabag, McAteer, Alfano, John, McGovern

The 1st team travelled to Wembley and came back with a share of the points following a 2-2 draw. We took the lead through Jermeel Jno-Baptiste before Wembley equalised and then scored again to take a 2-1 lead into half time. Substitute Kerkstun Macpherson came on at half time and equalised soon after to make it 2-2. We were dealt a big blow when Nick Chrysanthou went off with a broken arm late on, and the game finished 2-2.
Line-up: Weinrabe, Shirley-Clarke, Thompson, Buraimoh, Sedgley, Anwar, Mulholland, Chrysanthou (King), Martinez (Macpherson), Gangadeen, Jno-Baptiste
Subs not used: Sabag, Milton, Flannery

The 1st team suffered a 6-2 opening day league defeat against newly-promoted Harpenden Town. We took the lead through a wonderful team move that started from the back and ended up with Laste Dombaxe finishing to make it 1-0. Our visitors equalised when a free kick was floated to the back post and centre back Dwayne Duncan saw his looping header beat Dan McAteer in our goal to make it 1-1. Harpenden then took the lead with an identical goal - a free kick headed home by Duncan, making the score 2-1 at half time. Harpenden extended their lead in the second half from another set piece to make it 3-1. Rhys Shirley-Clarke replaced Charlie Nelson before our visitors then made it 4-1. Yemi Buraimoh then replaced Kerkstun Macpherson before we pulled a goal back through Zaine Gangadeen, 4-2. The comeback was short lived however, as two more Harpenden goals saw them win 6-2 to put themselves top of the table after the opening day's fixtures.
Line-up: McAteer, Jno-Baptiste, Thompson, Milton, Rennick, Mulholland, Dombaxe, Angel-Tamayo, Nelson (Shirley-Clarke), Gangadeen, Macpherson (Buraimoh)
Subs not used: Sabag, Davite



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