Rob’s clincher sees the Reds claim vital points
LANGFORD S relegation fears were eased by Saturday s 1-0 derby win at Biggleswade United. This result meant the season has ended honours even following their fourth and final encounter of the season at Second Meadow. An 81st minute goal from Langford s Ro
LANGFORD'S relegation fears were eased by Saturday's 1-0 derby win at Biggleswade United.
This result meant the season has ended honours even following their fourth and final encounter of the season at Second Meadow.
An 81st minute goal from Langford's Rob Groves saw 17th placed Langford gain three important league points from the seventh placed hosts.
And the Forde Park club are now looking good for SML Premier Division football next season.
Dean Bull had the best chance of the half to give United the lead in the sixth minute.
United's early flurry petered out but as the interval beckoned, United again stepped up the pressure in search of a goal to take in at the break. But the best they could offer was a superb strike from Mark Tyler that crashed against the visitors' bar.
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Jack Weeden was unusually wasteful after the break as Langford stayed in the game.
The winner arrived when a long clearance from deep in the Langford half found Joe Delaselle.
He sent over a perfect crossfield pass to Groves who took just one touch before volleying past Andrew North at the far post.
The United players were left stunned as Ken Davidson's side held out for the three points.
The Reds went down 1-0 at Hillingdon Borough in the SML Floodlight Cup on Monday night.