- Parent Category: Match Reports
- Category: League
- Published: Monday, 29 August 2011 20:11
Blues welcome Bury to New Lodge
By Paul Jennings
The Blues return to New Lodge on Monday afternoon for a home game against title favourites Bury Town. This game comes on the back of Saturday’s 2-1 defeat at Lewes.
Blues all set for Seaside trip to the Dripping Pan
By Paul Jennings
Following an undefeated start to the season, The Blues make a Bank Holiday trip to the seaside on Saturday for a game against league new boys Lewes at their Dripping Pan ground.
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Lewes - Saturday 27th August
Depart New Lodge: 12.30PM
Leave Lewes: 5:15PM
Cost: £13 Adults - £6 Under 16's (Cost reduction if coach is full)
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Text: 0757 859 2454.
Please state clearly your full name, contact number and number of seats required.
I’ve yet to see us take all three points at Harrow Borough but I have no doubt that, one day it will happen. It was an entertaining game I thought with lots of chances for both sides. Although we didn’t test the keeper enough last night, we did create lots of the chances. Our squad has proven goalscorers so it won’t be long before we’re firing on all cylinders.
Blues up for Harrow tester
The Blues get their Ryman Premier League away campaign underway with a trip to Harrow Borough. Manager Craig Edwards will be looking for a follow-up win following the Blues 2-1 success over Leatherhead on Saturday.
First game of a new season is always a nervy affair. I was becoming increasingly nervous on Saturday as the countdown to kick-off began, so to see the face of a longstanding (school) friend of mine walk in was a welcome distraction, and I took my seat without the usual adrenalin shake.
Billericay came from behind to take the points on the opening day of the season at home to newly-promoted Leatherhead. The visitors started at a high tempo and deservedly took the lead, but as the first half wore on, Town became dominant and goals from Benson Kpaka and Junior Luke secured the win.