Billericay 0-1 Havant
National League South
Tuesday 3 March
Head to Head
P21 W6 D4 L11 F35 A39
Braintree Town were founded in 1898, but were know as Manor Works. This was the works team for the Crittall Window Company. The club’s name was changed to Crittall Athletic in 1921 and then Braintree & Crittall Athletic in 1968.
The football club severed links with the window company, becoming Braintree F.C. in 1981, and then Braintree Town in 1983.
The first meeting between the two clubs took place as New Lodge hosted Braintree & Crittall Athletic of the Eastern Counties League for the second round of the East Anglian Cup. Fred Clayden scored twice with Steve Philcox and Terry Sharpe adding to the score line and a 4-1 victory.
The last time the two teams met was on a Tuesday evening during the opening week of the season. Matt Rhead put Town ahead from the spot to equalise just minutes as The Irons went ahead. Moses Emmanuel put Billericay ahead on the hour mark with Braintree then quickly equalises. Ten minutes later Charlie Wassmer out jumped his marker to head home from a corner and seal a 3-2 away win.
NATIONAL LEAGUE SOUTH
Saturday 7 March 2020, 3:00pm
IN ASSOCIATION WITH
Blunts Wall Road
£3 Under 18’s
£1 Under 11’s
BILLERICAY TOWN SUPPORTERS SOCIETY
Dagenham & Redbridge
Essex Senior Cup Final
Colchester United FC
Tuesday 31 March 2020
A coach will leave New Lodge at 5:45pm on the afternoon of the County Cup Final.
Seats are priced at £10 for adults and £5 for Under 16’s, who must be accompanied by an adult.
Please contact the BTSS to book your seat(s).