HARLOW Town overcame a battling Baldock Town 3-0 to progress through to the first round of the FA Cup. The Hawks opened their account with an Alex Read penalty in the 15th minute. Read was tripped up by Baldock keeper Nick Stillwell. Stillwell was subsequently sent off.
HARLOW TOWN laid down their promotion credentials with an emphatic 4-1 win at the Harlow Arena. The Abbey had impressed in their first few games of the season but had no answer to a well drilled, professional and outstanding Harlow Town.
HARLOW came from two goals down to grab a draw against a tough and resolute Tilbury in a 2-2 draw at the Harlow Arena. Tilbury started the stronger of the two teams and although Sam West’s header into the back of the net was judged offside, it certainly showed that Paul Vaughan’s men were not going to be cowed by the unbeaten Harlow.
HARLOW Town continued their perfect start to the season as they overwhelmed a stubborn Romford 3-1 at the Harlow Arena. Harlow stretched their legs in the 3rd minute when skipper James Smith ran half the length of the pitch but his one-two in the area left him offside.
HARLOW TOWN got off to a great start of the season as they secured all three points by winning 3-1 away at Redbridge. A number of new signings came into the line up: Ben Glasgow, Jared Small, David Kendall, Michael Toner all started whilst Claudio Lorenzani and Tristan Hickman were on the bench.
HARLOW Town FC manager Danny Chapman is urging his side to “go one better than last season” ahead of Saturday’s opening game away to Redbridge.
Hawks lost 3-0 to Witham Town in the play-off final last season and Chapman is confident that the new arrivals will mean the club will push for promotion to the Ryman Premier once more.
SEVEN of last season’s Harlow Town squad have left the club. However, all is not lost as it was announced that top scorer, Alex Read is staying.
IT WAS heartache for Harlow Town as they were overwhelmed by Witham Town 3-0 in the Ryman Div One play off final 3-0 at the Glass Stadium. Harlow never ever got going and resembled the side they beat on Wednesday, Heybridge with a stiff, uncertain performance.
HARLOW Town produced a near perfect 90 minutes of football to win through to the final of the Ryman Div One Morth play-offs with a 3-0 victory against Heybridge Swifts. Swifts were the form team of the play-offs but they never got started, looking uncertain and flat from the beginning of the game.
WITH The Hawks already guaranteed a spot in the play offs Chapman decided to change things around, but also knew that a win at The Brentwood Arena could gain them third spot. The first half was a typical end of season affair with not much happening, Junior Dadson coming the closest to score on 9 minutes when Leon Antoine set him free down the right wing, he then cut inside but Brentwood Goalkeeper and Ex-Hawk Dean Neil kept his shot out.
HARLOW scraped a point against fellow play-off contenders, Needham Market on Saturday. It is all getting nervy at the top. Although Harlow dropped two points, the two teams ahead of them (Witham and VCD Athletic) both lost. However, the result means Harlow cannot now gain automatic promotion and must aim for the play-offs.
HARLOW star, Alex Read passed his half century of goals as Harlow beat off lowly but feisty opponents Redbridge on Tuesday night. The Hawks made heavy weather of this as they went 2-0 up but were then pegged back by a durable Motormen side.
BELFRY manager Barry Redington was left speechless after a stoppage time Sonny Adams goal earned his side their first ever Essex Sunday Junior Cup triumph thanks to late drama against Parsloe Athletic at Brightlingsea Regent FC’s North Road. Substitute Adams’ late clincher sealed the win after Dexter Terrell-Stuart’s early second-half opener for Belfry had been cancelled out by Darren Smith with under 15 minutes to play. “For Sonny [Adams] to come off the bench and score the winner – it’s just brilliant,” declared Redington after leading his London City Airport League outfit to victory in north Essex.
HARLOW Town dropped two vital points as the last kick of the game saw them draw 2-2 against Cheshunt at The Harlow Arena. Harlow started like a team on form with James Smith rampaging down the middle and only a couple of offsides preventing them from taking the lead.
Ryman Div One North Witham 2 v 5 Harlow Town HARLOW Town reserved their performance of the season in a wonderful 5-2 victory against Witham on Thursday night. The victory also saw Alex Read beat Jeff Wood’s 25 year goal-scoring of 44 in a season. Alex Read scored a hat-trick that brought his tally to […]
ALEX Read’s 44th goal of the season was all that separated Aveley and Harlow as the Hawks consolidated a play-off spot with a 1-0 win at Mill Field. Read’s set-piece four minutes into the second half was the only real piece of quality seen in the final third all game with neither ‘keeper being tested often.
AN ALEX Read winner five minutes from time saw Harlow Town beat league leaders VCD Athletic 3-2 at the Harlow Arena. This was the warmest day of the year so far but there was a swirling wind that was making conditions difficult.
HARLOW Town go into their massive game on Saturday against league leaders VCD Athletic in fine form after a 3-0 victory away at Waltham Abbey. The Hawks now sit in third place on 73 points. They are eight points off the top, but will keep fighting in all of the eight games they have left.
HAWKS started where they left off in the 2nd half creating chances but unable to convert them, Blewitt, Eadie and Alex Read all going close, but on 57 minutes Deres midfielder Joe Fitzpatrick faced the long walk back t the dressing room after being shown a 2nd Yellow card for a poor challenge on Stanley Muguo. From the resulting free kick The hawks won a corner which James Smith delivered into the box where after a scramble Blewitt forced the ball home to give the Hawks a deserved lead. Further chances came and went for Shane Stamp and Read, but Dadson sealed the points when a defensive mix up gave the ball to Chinedu McKenzie who threded the ball through to Dadson to slot home.
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A LACK of killer instinct cost Harlow dear as they drew 1-1 at home to AFC Sudbury at the Harlow Arena. In bright spring sunshine, both teams played like three points were the only option. Harlow won the first corner of the game after good work down the left by Shane Stamp.
HARLOW Town were beaten by a spirited Waltham Forest side on Saturday. Despite domination possession in the second half, Danny Chapman’s men could not find the decisive equaliser.
VOLUNTEER-run clubs, dedicated coaches and loyal administrators from Harlow could be recognised by The Football Association on a local, regional and national scale through the annual FA Community Awards, with nominations required online by Friday 28th March at www.TheFA.com/YourGame.
NOT a lot of games but at least there were a few games in what has been a season decimated by the winter.