Palace and Boro next
HITCHIN Town has two attractive home games in the next week at Top Field, playing host to Crystal Palace and a Stevenage Borough XI. The Canaries have been shaping up well in pre-season and last Saturday s draw with Conference new boys St Albans was thei
HITCHIN Town has two attractive home games in the next week at Top Field, playing host to Crystal Palace and a Stevenage Borough XI.
The Canaries have been shaping up well in pre-season and last Saturday's draw with Conference new boys St Albans was their best showing so far.
"We have progressed in each game," said Hitchin manager Darren Salton. "And I am pleased with our level of fitness."
Palace comes to Hitchin on Saturday for the second successive season. Last year, the two teams drew 2-2.
On Wednesday, August 2, kick off 7.45pm, Hitchin play host to a Stevenage X1.
Hitchin lost at home to Arlesey 2-1 on Tuesday night. Arlesey's two goals came from Michael McKenzie in the first half.
- 1 New date for Stevenage Marks & Spencer opening
- 2 Former nurse at Stevenage's Lister Hospital struck off
- 3 Goalkeeper with incurable brain tumour overwhelmed by fundraiser response
- 4 Two boys arrested after police helicopter search
- 5 Couple sentenced for theft and fraud after stealing from elderly victims
- 6 Seriously injured assault victim waited FOUR hours in ambulance outside Lister
- 7 Driver disqualified after admitting to drinking wine at the wheel
- 8 More than 80 vacancies up for grabs at Stevenage Airbus
- 9 Graffiti artist's NHS tribute in Stevenage underpass
- 10 Staying silent: the tight-lipped MP who refuses to answer controversial questions
Arlesey Athletic want a new coach for this season. The South Midlands League side are looking for a level two/three coach to work under manager Darren Staniforth.
Call Darren on 07811 829043 if you are interested.