TUESDAY 19th NOVEMBER/WEDNESDAY 20th NOVEMBER

 

19/20 November Stats: 14 games played of which 4 were home wins, 7 were away wins and 3 were draws.

 

Highest Midweek Attendances: 129 Leighton Town v Eynesbury Rovers, 106 Tring Athletic v Newport Pagnell Town and 105 Langford v Biggleswade FC.

 

PREMIER DIVISION

Midweek Premier Division action saw second place Colney Heath surprisingly beaten at lowly Wembley by a solitary goal, the win for the hosts saw them move up to 14th spot in the table. Biggleswade United remain fourth after a 2-0 home success against Aylesbury Vale Dynamos while Oxhey Jets failed to move into the top five after suffering a 2-4 reversal at home against neighbours Harefield United. The evening’s three other fixtures all resulted in draws, Leighton Town/Eynesbury Rovers and London Colney/North Greenford United both finishing 2-2 while it was a 1-1 draw between Potton United and Baldock Town. Full results and goalscorers are listed below.

 

2-0 Biggleswade United v Aylesbury Vale Dynamos (Smith, Amador) Attendance: 52

2-2 Leighton Town v Eynesbury Rovers (Webb [2]) / (Diejomaoh [2]) Attendance: 129

2-2 London Colney v North Greenford United (Beevor, Ezekiel) / (Skapetis [2] [both pens]) Attendance: 30

2-4 Oxhey Jets v Harefield United (Kerley, Cameron) / (Farhall, Jordan, Mangan, Pacquette) Attendance: 49

1-1 Potton United v Baldock Town (Nzembela) / (O’Brien) Attendance: 71

1-0 Wembley v Colney Heath (Ebonine) Attendance: 42

 

DUDLEY LATHAM MEMORIAL (PREMIER DIVISION) CUP Second Round

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Tring Athletic put aside their current league blips to record a convincing 4-0 home success against Newport Pagnell Town in the Dudley Latham Cup and a quarter-final tie against Biggleswade United at the Grassroots Stadium. Full result and goalscorers are listed below.

 

4-0 Tring Athletic v Newport Pagnell Town (Lowan, Dunstan, Ferrigno, Mealing [pen]) Attendance: 106

 

HINCHINGBROOKE CUP Quarter Final 

Arlesey Town overcame a battling visiting Parson Drive side, who found themselves finishing the game with just nine men following two earlier red cards, the hosts winning 2-1 to earn a home semi-final date with either Netherton United or Bourne Town. Full result and goalscorers are listed below.

 

2-1 Arlesey Town v Parson Drove (Hatch, Gaffney [pen]) / (Reed) Attendance: 43

DIVISION ONE

Milton Keynes Robins moved into one of the four automatic promotion places with their fourth successive league win as they defeated hosts Ampthill Town 3-1. Winslow United moved up into second place with a hard fought 4-3 win at bottom side Park View. FC Broxbourne Borough won in the league for the first time since September when winning 4-1 at Enfield Borough, a result that eases their relegation fears. Full results and goalscorers (where known) listed below.

 

1-3 Ampthill Town v Milton Keynes Robins (Cooksley) / (Filip, MacDonald, V Shrieves) Attendance: 84

1-4 Enfield Borough v FC Broxbourne Borough (Harris) / (Wells [3], Vanezis) Attendance: 20

3-4 Park View v Winslow United (Ofori [2], Mensah) / (Unknown) Attendance: 16

 

DIVISION ONE CUP Second Round

London Lions, finalists for the past two seasons, booked a home quarter-final date with Hillingdon Borough as they squeezed past hosts Bedford by the odd goal in three. Full result and goalscorers are listed below.

 

1-2 Bedford v London Lions (Daltilia) / (Craig, Jackson) Attendance: 22

 

MIDDLESEX PREMIER CUP First Round

Hillingdon Borough booked their place in the next round of the Middlesex Premier Cup with a 4-2 success at Middlesex County League side CB Hounslow United Reserves. Full result and goalscorers are listed below.

 

2-4 CB Hounslow United Reserves v Hillingdon Borough (Gilbert, Smith) / (Miezou [3], Jagdev) Attendance: Unknown

 

NORTH BEDS CHARITY CUP Quarter Final

Langford were narrowly beaten by current holders and former SSML side Biggleswade FC in the North Beds Charity Cup quarter-final, the hosts going down by the odd goal in three. Full result and goalscorers are listed below.

 

1-2 Langford v Biggleswade FC (Osborne) / (Coles, Leslie) Attendance: 105