The Herts Senior County Football League round-up
Struggling Knebworth are looking for a new management team to push them up the Senior Premier Division table. The club would like a management team led by someone with experience of coaching/managing adult football that can bring in their own assistant, c
Struggling Knebworth are looking for a new management team to push them up the Senior Premier Division table.
The club would like a management team led by someone with experience of coaching/managing adult football that can bring in their own assistant, coach and physio.
Knowledge of the Herts Senior County League or South Midlands League would be preferable, as would a small following of players to strengthen Knebworth's young squad.
Anyone interested should call Knebworth vice-chairman Stuart Biddle on 07974 938651 or alternatively email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Biddle admitted: "We're under no illusions of the position we are in but we feel that this presents a tempting challenge, to initially stabilise the club and retain Premier Division status and then build for the future.
"We have a terrific youth set-up at Knebworth with a host of talent on the cusp of adult football, and we want to offer them a footballing exit route to work towards."
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Knebworth crashed out of the Aubrey Cup on Saturday, while Codicote put a dozen without reply past Bedmond S&S Club in the Senior Premier Division.
In the Senior Division One, Bedwell Rangers and Letchworth Garden City Eagles both lost, while Kimpton Rovers and Hitchin Town Arena recorded convincing victories.
* Baldock Town Letchworth came back from two goals down as a Harry Holland hat-trick saw off a good Sandridge Rovers side in a pulsating match at the County Ground on Tuesday night.
Sandridge scored with their first attempt on goal after three minutes and added a second seven minutes before the break.
Town got their reward for some good pressure when a handball in the box gave Holland the chance to halve the deficit and he made no mistake.
Three minutes into the new half, a wonderful run by Gareth Grant ended with a through ball to Holland who slipped the ball past the keeper for a deserved equaliser.
Holland completed a memorable treble on 58 minutes when a pass from Lee Rogers saw the Baldock forward run clear of the defence before confidently stroking the ball past the keeper for another great finish.
Baldock will host Hitchin Town Arena this Saturday in the Aubrey Cup in what promises to be an exciting local derby (2.30pm kick-off at the County Ground).
Saturday, October 11
Senior Premier Division: Bedmond S&S Club 0 Codicote 12.
Senior Division One: Bedwell Rangers 0 Chipperfield Corinthians 3, Kimpton Rovers 5 AFC Hatfield Town 1, Letchworth Garden City Eagles 2 Allenburys Sports 3, St Peters 0 Hitchin Town Arena 7.
Aubrey Cup: Debden Sports 3 Knebworth 1.
Saturday, October 18
Senior Premier Division: Codicote v Knebworth.
Senior Division One: Bedwell Rangers v Croxley Guild, Sarratt v Letchworth Garden City Eagles.
Aubrey Cup: Baldock Town Letchworth v Hitchin Town Arena.