Reds receive their prize

Baldock Town signed off their title-winning Herts Senior County League campaign with a comfortable 3-1 win over Hinton. Despite being under strength due to injuries and unavailability, which saw manager Steve King have to play at centre-half, Town eased i

Baldock Town signed off their title-winning Herts Senior County League campaign with a comfortable 3-1 win over Hinton.

Despite being under strength due to injuries and unavailability, which saw manager Steve King have to play at centre-half, Town eased into a 3-0 half-time lead.

Midfielder Cameron Brawley gave Town the lead when after a fine passing move, David Bonnard slid the ball through for him to thump home from just inside the box.

Frenchman Bonnard made it 2-0 when he delightfully controlled a superb crossfield ball from Lee Rusbridge before slotting home, with Brawley making it 3-0, rounding the keeper after another Rusbridge through ball for his 18th goal of the season.


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Hinton pulled one back late on, but Town were deserved winners to make it 25 wins from 30 league matches this season.

Town were presented with the Division One shield by league chairman Cecil Hudson and main sponsor Arena Security after the final whistle.

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Town's reserve side also secured runners-up spot in Reserve Division Two after a 5-2 win at Cuffley.

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