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15:59, 27 SEP 2013
Boro boss tempted to call back on-loan defender
MARK Harper this week came close to recalling Dean Inman from Farnborough to help with Hampton & Richmond Borough's defensive injury nightmare.
Bartlett feared award was 'kiss of death'
WEALDSTONE boss Gordon Bartlett was fearing his Macron Manager of the Month award would prove to be the kiss of death after picking up the gong for his performance at the helm in October.
FA Trophy exploits have taken their toll on Reds
UXBRIDGE boss Tony Choules admits his side showed the effects of two gruelling cup ties with Canvey Island in Saturday’s home defeat to Barton Rovers.
Wealdstone hit another deadly half dozen
WEALDSTONE delivered six of the best for the second time in five days to knock Mertsham out of the FA Trophy on Saturday.
Kamara puts Beavers through to next round of Trophy
A LATE Mo Kamara goal saved Hampton & Richmond Borough ’s blushes as they beat Three Bridges 1-0 in their FA Trophy Second Qualifying Round.
Midfielder has some 'growing up' to do with Wealdstone
TOMMY Brewer admits he needs to grow up fast if he is to cement a regular spot in Wealdstone’s first XI.
Reds boss looks to Trophy after FA Cup exit
UXBRIDGE boss Tony Choules is still struggling to come to terms with his side’s early FA Cup exit and admits even a run in the FA Trophy may not ease the pain.
Moore: Luton Town memory will inspire us to Trophy run
CHRIS Moore hopes the memory of last year’s high-profile FA Trophy game at Luton Town will inspire Uxbridge to another run in the competition.
Boss pleased to capture Wealdstone defender
IAN Crane believes he has pulled off a transfer coup after capturing the signature of Wealdstone defender James Hammond.
Wealdstone striker has sights set on Wembley
GOAL machine Richard Jolly wants to go out with a bang by leading Wealdstone all the way to Wembley in his final season at the club.
Anderson not ready to push the panic button at Boro
DAVE Anderson insisted this week he is not ready to push the panic button yet at Harrow Borough.
Striker will beat 20-goal target, says Boro boss
CHARLIE Moone has been backed by boss Mark Harper to smash the 20-goal target he has set himself for the season.
Choules aims to be crowing after Royston replay
UXBRIDGE boss Tony Choules feels his side have softened up Royston Town ahead of Tuesday night's FA Trophy replay with the Crows.
Last-gasp Carter earns Uxbridge a replay
WAYNE Carter's last-gasp strike earned Uxbridge a replay in a stormy FA Trophy First Qualifying Round clash with Royston Town on Saturday.
Jolly double keeps Stones on the road to Wembley
TWO-GOAL Richard Jolly fired Wealdstone into the FA Trophy Second Qualifying Round this afternoon.
Harrow crash out of FA Trophy at Whitstable
Harrow Borough’s woes continued as they were deservedly despatched from the FA Trophy by Whitstable Town on Saturday.
Boro striker Jones needs to find aggressive streak
ALWAYNE Jones needs to find his inner beast if he is to command a regular place in the Harrow Borough front line.
Bartlett: Wealdstone yet to spark this season
ANOTHER FA Trophy run for Wealdstone is now vital for club coffers and the players’ confidence according to boss Gordon Bartlett.
Woods boss to ring the changes for FA Cup clash
NORTHWOOD manager Gary Meakin will ring the changes for this weekend’s FA Cup clash with AFC Dunstable.
Woods boss bemoans FA Trophy exit
FA Trophy Preliminary Round: Northwood 0- Leatherhead 4
Tribute to former Brentford legend Higginson
HE might have been one of Brentford's all-time heroes, but Tommy Higginson was booed the first time he pulled on the red and white stripes.
Brentford FC mourn the death of a legend
BRENTFORD FC were in mourning this week when legendary former defender Tommy Higginson passed away aged 75.
Last minute heartbreak for Wealdstone
WEALDSTONE have no trophy to show for an outstanding season after suffering a gut-wrenching stoppage-time defeat to Lowestoft in the Ryman League playoff semi-final last night.
Mission accomplish for Weadlstone - or not?
GORDON Bartlett had two contrasting messages for his Wealdstone players ahead of tomorrow’s playoff semi-final at Lowestoft – mission accomplished but do not stop there.