Letchworth first XI are the champs
Letchworth have won the league title - and they owe a huge debt to their second team. The first XI won Division Two South after defeating Chelmsford thirds 6-2 with goals from Ian Heywood (hat-trick), Scott Aps (two) and Robbie Balsom. This was only possi
Letchworth have won the league title - and they owe a huge debt to their second team.
The first XI won Division Two South after defeating Chelmsford thirds 6-2 with goals from Ian Heywood (hat-trick), Scott Aps (two) and Robbie Balsom.
This was only possible as their own second XI beat previous leaders Wapping seconds 2-1 with goals from Ian Crosse and Matthew Spreckley to finish in third place and hand the first team the title.
Letchworth thirds beat their Stevenage counterparts 4-0 thanks to two goals apiece from Ben Abbott and Tom McIntyre Brown.
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This win means Stevenage thirds are relegated along with Letchworth fourth XI from Division Five South West as they lost 5-4 to Bishop's Stortford fifths despite being 3-0 up at one stage. Letchworth's goalscorers were Gary Putnam (hat-trick) and Kevin Smith.
The fifths conceded their game 3-0 to Winchmore Hill and Enfield fourth XI as they were unable to raise a side.
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Blueharts hit nearest rivals Havering for six to finish fourth in the Premier A Division.
Stevenage were thrashed 10-1 by Division Three South West champions Luton Town.
The seconds fared better as they drew 1-1 with Southgate Adelaide.
MBDA's final league game, away against Berkhamsted thirds, was conceded by the hosts, due to poor availability.
This gave MBDA a standard 3-0 win, and three valuable points, which keeps them in Division Six South West for next season, at the expense of local rivals Stevenage fourths.