Thursday, 13 August 2015

BALDOCK TOWN VICTORIOUS AT WOODFORD TOWN




The historic name of Woodford Town Football Club has returned to senior football over the summer following the take-over of Bush Hill Rangers of the Spartan South Midlands League Division One. Town will play at Goldsdown Road for now with Chairman Anthony Scott announcing their are plans to return the club back to it's home borough in the near future so it's a really exciting time for football in Woodford.





On Wednesday evening they entertained Baldock Town who are under new player/management of Lee Gregson for the 2015/16 season. Woodford's Director of Football is ex-professional Jason Brissett with their head coach being Trevor Duberry. The home side had started the season with a home 0-0 draw with Risborough Rangers with Baldock losing 1-5 at home (they are now ground sharing at Stotfold's Roker Park) to Hillingdon Borough.




PICK YOU OWN!!!!! - PARTS OF GOLDSDOWN ROAD ARE CURRENTLY A LITTLE BIT OVERGROWN BUT THEIR IS A PLUS SIDE AS IT COULD BE THE ONLY NON-LEAGUE GROUND CURRENTLY OFFERING FREE FRUIT FOR FANS.
The game was a close one but Baldock just about did enough to deserve their win with a late goal from Luke Hennessey goal. Before this the away side had struck the bar with a fantastic shot from miles outside the box and also had a few good chances during the first half. Woodford's Ibrahim Mehmet came off in the second half with a nasty facial injury which saw an Ambulance and Paramedic car called to the ground - He was taken to North Middlesex Hospital - best wishes to him.

Woodford Town travel to Buckingham Athletic on Saturday before travelling to Arlesey Town Reserves next Wednesday evening before welcoming Winslow United to Goldsdown Road on Saturday 22nd August 2015.

Baldock Town welcome Broadfields United to Roker Park on Saturday before a local-derby game with Langford next Tuesday followed by an away trip to Harpenden Town. 

MATCH HIGHLIGHTS BELOW 


Follow Woodford Town on twitter @WoodfordTownFC and visit their website wtfc.club

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