Reds march on
Baldock Town moved seven points clear, with just five matches to play, after a comfortable 3-1 win over third-placed Chipperfield Corinthians. The Reds travel to title rivals Wodson Park this Saturday (3pm ko) before a trip to basement boys Bedwell Ranger
Baldock Town moved seven points clear, with just five matches to play, after a comfortable 3-1 win over third-placed Chipperfield Corinthians.
The Reds travel to title rivals Wodson Park this Saturday (3pm ko) before a trip to basement boys Bedwell Rangers (6.15pm ko) on Tuesday night.
Victory in both of these matches will seal the Division One title in the Herts Senior County League.
In Saturday's match, the home side opened the scoring midway through the first half when Cameron Brawley beat the keeper to a Shane Willett cross before James Smith prodded home the loose ball.
Town doubled their lead on 33 minutes when a visiting defender turned the ball into his own net after pressure from Anthony White. But a Lee Buck mistake allowed John Leeming to halve the deficit just before the break.
Brawley secured the points on 63 minutes when he charged down a clearance in the box, the ball rebounding into the net for his 15th goal of the season.
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Bedwell Rangers' adult team are currently looking for new players to play in their Herts Senior County League team on Saturdays.
If interested, then call Andy Dolby after 5pm on 07740 933113 or email firstname.lastname@example.org