AFTER their narrow 2-1 disappointment against York City on Saturday Afternoon In the FA Trophy, Harlow welcomed Lowestoft Town to the Harlow Arena on Tuesday evening, hoping for their first win of the year, against a side that was level on 38 points prior to kick off and looking to change a three match winless run.
Harlow are back in league action on Tuesday evening as they welcome Lowestoft Town to the Harlow Arena looking for a victory after a narrow 2-1 defeat to National League side York City in the FA Trophy on saturday afternoon.
Harlow welcomed National League side York City to the Harlow Arena hoping to produce a giant killing in the FA Trophy. Although there was two divisions separating the sides prior to kick off, Harlow’s strong home form combined with York’s recent woeful run had sparked some belief around the Harlow Arena.
HARLOW turn their attentions towards the FA Trophy, this weekend as they welcome National League side York City to the Harlow Arena in what proposes to be a cracking cup tie.
HARLOW were held to a second consecutive league draw for the first time this season in a game where they could have snatched all three points at the end.
HARLOW Town FC has confirmed that they have received, and accepted, a transfer request from striker Alex Read.
HARLOW kicked off 2017 in front of their home crowd as they welcomed Canvey Island to the Harlow Arena looking for a tenth victory out of twelve games at home. The visitors arrived on a back of a 1-1 draw against AFC Sudbury
HARLOW can’t afford to dwell too much on their much needed 2-1 victory against Leatherhead on New Year’s eve and swiftly turn their attention to welcoming Canvey Island to the Harlow Arena, hoping for win number ten out of twelve on home turf and to kick starting 2017 on the right track.
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HARLOW return to the Harlow Arena after their comprehensive 3-0 Boxing Day defeat to Enfield Town away from home. They have the chance to make amends when they host Leatherhead FC,
HARLOW Town fell to a disappointing defeat at the Queen Elizabeth Stadium in Enfield.
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HARLOW will be hoping for a change in fortune after two consecutive defeats away to Needham Market and Leiston respectively, which has left them 13th in the Ryman Premiership with 30 points.
THE Hawks had started well and went ahead early on through Jared Small. The hosts hit back with a fortunate goal, before going ahead just before half time.
HARLOW TOWN grabbed three vital points away at Sudbury.
Layne Eadie converted a free kick just before half-time, before the hosts were reduced to ten men a minute later. Leon Antoine doubled the lead after the break, but Ed Harris scrambled in a close-range goal for Havant & Waterlooville to put pressure on Harlow.
HARLOW got off to the better start, in what was their first league game in three and a half weeks, and went ahead when Khale da Costa bundled the ball over the line on 10 minutes.
THE only goal of the game came after ten minutes, when Khale da Costa finished well to put the Hawks ahead. Harlow were well on top for the first half, but couldn’t convert a series of chances to see off the game.
THIS is a funny old league Just a few weeks ago, it looks like Harlow were dangling close to the relegation zone. Now after two wins, they are knocking on the door of the play offs. Luckily, manager Danny Chapman is a measured young man and knows that this is still a season of
The two teams were evenly matched for the majority of the game, with both goalkeepers performing well to keep the score line down. Jared Small converted a close range effort to take the lead, and despite a nervy final ten minutes, the Hawks held on for a vital win.
HARLOW Town went down 3-1 to an impressive Dulwich Hamlet in South London on Tuesday night. Dulwich made the play off finals last year and they will surely go close again.
HARLOW Town’s poor run of form has continued with a 5-2 defeat away at Havant and Waterlooville. Goals by Jason Prior (4′) and Matt Patterson (26′) put the Hampshire side ahead before Syrus Gordon was able to get one back before half time.
THIS could just be one of those seasons for Harlow Town as they adjust to life in the Ryman Premier. It looks like a lot of teams can beat a lot of teams and vice-versa.
Ryman Premier Harlow Town 5 v 1 Needham Market HARLOW Town roared back into form as they thumped five past Needham Market at the Harlow Arena. Needham have had a cracking start to the season and you could see why as they play a fast fluid and attractive brand of football. Harlow had a number […]
AN INJURY ravaged Harlow Town could not compete with a sprightly Sudbury as they went down 3-0 at the Harlow Arena.
IF there is one team that symbolise durability in the Ryman Prmeier then it is Hendon so Harlow Town may well be pleased with capturing a point in Tuesday night.