Sixteenth placed Kingsbury London Tigers faced eighteenth placed Holmer Green in the Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division this afternoon at Silver Jubilee Park. The Tigers have always been one of the cold end's favourite teams to watch in the SSMFL as they always play good football and their games always involve goals. Their last five results prior to today's game only demonstrates this as they've been -
D3-3, W4-3, L0-3, W6-1 and L4-3.
The visitors from Buckinghamshire put in a solid display with a more direct style than the home side who had the better opportunities throughout the game. It wasn't exactly a classic or vintage performance from either side but an entertaining one all the same.
What must be disappointing for the home side is they are bottom of the average crowd table with just 23 spectators watching the game today. Their average stands at just 24 people at present. Readers will know their are two more well known SJP's, being the stadium's of Newcastle United and Exeter City. The cold end recommends a visit to London's SJP to any football fan.
The highest league crowd the Tigers have had since the start of the 2006 season is 72 against Oxhey Jets on the 16th December 2006. They have had a three figure crowd when 108 people watched their FA Cup game with Eton Manor on Sunday 17th August 2008.
LINE UPS KINGSBURY LONDON TIGERS HOLMER GREEN Adam Atour 1 Dan Little Adil Salih 2 Andy Goddard Terence Cariba 3 Justin Hockley Dima Dimitri Larin 4 Jack Dixon Gregory Ngeno 5 Richard Wallace Artiomas Barinovas 6 Adam Toone Yousef Olterefi 7 Eliot Derby Farhad Anvari 8 Lee Putnam Harby Pinto Moriera 9 Danny Boateng Wadah Ahmidi 10 Dean Allen Kye Hendrix 11 Andy Shed Abdullah Hassan 12 Gareth Williams (on for 4) Oni Thomas (on for 8) 14 Scott Marshall (on for 9) Edson Cata (on for 6) 15 Gary Lines (on for 2) Aderrito Manuel 16 - Eham Ponxha (on for 11) 17 -
TEN MINUTES OF MATCH HIGHLIGHTS BELOW
The cold end has seen a few Tiger's matches over the last two season's as follows (click on the link to view pictures and footage) -
Harlow Town (Home) - FA Cup - 1/9/09
Kentish Town (Away) - Premier Division - 23/09/09
Colney Heath (Away) - Premier Division Cup - 19/1/10
Kentish Town (Home) - Premier Division - 17/08/10
The second "REAL NORTH LONDON DERBY" of the season is scheduled to take place on Wednesday 23rd March at The Copthall Stadium when The Tigers visit local rivals Kentish Town.
NEWS OF ENFIELD TOWN'S 2-2 DRAW AT HEYBRIDGE SWIFTS TO FOLLOW.