Football: Harlow move into play-off places

HARLOW were looking to make their unbeaten run stretch to eleven games against a mid table Aveley who were looking to cause an upset. The visitors started brightly with good stages of possession but failed to create any real chances. Harlow had the first opportunity when the ball found its way to Daniel Brown who scuffed his shot wide.Harlow did however take the lead on the eleventh minute. Leon Antoine intercepted a loose pass from Aveley and he strides to the defenders and at the defining moment put through Dadson to slot home the first goal of the afternoon.

Football: Magnificent Harlow beat league leaders

VCD are the runaway leaders of the Ryman Division One North. Then again, they said that about Needham Market three years ago and Maldon and Tiptree last season. However, the Hawks have that key thing called momentum as well as talent and self-belief which has seen an unbeaten run spread to ten games.

Football: Harlow march on with comeback

HARLOW Town stretched their unbeaten run to eight games with a 3-2 win over Erith & Belvedere. Goals from Antoine, Smith and Read give Harlow all 3 points.
Harlow started well and got the first chance of the game as good hold up play by Alex Read allowed the space for James Smith to shoot but his shot went just wide.

Football: Harlow chop down the Forest

HARLOW TOWN produced an impressive performance against the basement side, Waltham Forest to win 4-0 at the Harlow Arena.

Goals By Robbie Martin in the third minute followed by James Smith (49), Danny Brown (68 pen) and Shane Stamp (69) made it a highly satisfactory afternoon for the Hawks.

Football: Harlow triumph against an old enemy

HARLOW Town evoked memories of one of their most famous campaigns with a 3-2 Essex Senior Cup Third Round win over Football League club Southend United on Saturday. In 1979/80, the Hawks reached the Fourth Round of the FA Cup, disposing of Southend and Leicester City before eventually being defeated by a Watford side managed by future England boss Graham Taylor. Although this success in the BBC Essex-supported competition may not reach the national acclaim of 34 years ago, it was an impressive display by the Ryman League outfit against United’s promising youngsters.

Football: Harlow Town crash to another defeat

THE phrase don’t judge a book by its cover was put to use as Harlow went down 4-0 at Leatherhead in a game where the home side had about as many shots as goals.

Harlow took the early initiative with on form frontman Alex Read going close from inside the six yard box, but only to see his shot well blocked on the line and scrambled to safety. Read looked dangerous again midway through the first half as he played a great ball across goal to Junior Dadson but the pacey winger was unable to turn his shot the right side of the post. Harlow definitely looked to have grabbed the early impetus and looked set to score again just after the half hour mark.

Football: Yachtsman sink the Hawks

IT IS ONLY early October but Harlow boss Danny Chapman may well be starting to feel under pressure after Harlow lost to Wroxham 3-2 on Tuesday night. The result sees Harlow now seventeen points behind the leaders.

Football: Harlow sunk by superior Swifts

AN under-performing Harlow Town handed the initiative and a place in the next round as they went down 3-2 to Heybridge Swifts in the FA Cup. Harlow started brightly as Alex Read and Leon Antoine linked up well together but throughout the game, they were to be let down by a poor defence and a poorly organised midfield.

Football: Harlow fightback salvages point for Hawks

HARLOW had to come back from 2-0 down to salvage a draw at home against Romford. Goals from Alex Read and new signing James Smith got the point for Harlow. Harlow looked to repeat last Saturdays performance against Lowestoft to get them back to winning ways in the league after Harlow lost away to Heybridge Swifts.

Football: A tale of two Harlows

However, Waltham Abbey struck back as they scored three in a seven minute spell with Darelle Russell heading home in the 36th minute, Joe Pearman in the 39th minute and Ayrton Coley then made it 3-3 after a 70 yard run in the 43rd. Chris Sargent scored the winner with a header for the visitors in the 62nd minute.

Football: Hawks humbled by terrific Thurrock

THURROCK put on an outstanding display to win comfortably against a Harlow side who had started the season in good form. It was Mark Stimson’s men who took the initiative early on when Joel Nouble headed home Anton Blackwoods cross in the 9th minute. Just 5 minutes later Thurrock extended their lead when Brad Warner started and finished a move which involved Lewis Perkins (pictured) and a ball across from Nouble to make it 2-0.