Sunday, 27 August 2017


Enfield Borough moved up from Division Two to Division One of the Spartan South Midlands League over the summer and they have, so far, had no problems with the transition from Step Seven to Six on the non-league ladder. 

Yesterday's 2-0 home victory over Risborough Rangers was their fourth win in four games. Richard Ennin got both of the goals and this was despite them being reduced to 10 men for part of the game following Soloman Nwabuokei's sending off. 

They have also won 1-3 at Langford, 0-2 at Rayners Lane and 2-1 at home to Harefield United on the opening day of the season. 

It's a very busy few weeks for Marvin Walker's team - They travel to Hatfield Town on Tuesday evening in the Division One Cup before travelling to Winslow United in a league fixture next Saturday. 

The Panthers then have three home games in a row against Broadfields United in the Challenge Trophy on Wednesday 6th September, Canning Town in the FA Vase on Saturday 9th September and Ampthill Town in the league on Wednesday 13th September. 

It's the team's first foray into the FA Vase and it would be great to see them do well in the competition. Canning Town play in the Essex Olympian League Premier Division and drew 2-2 in their opening league game at home to Manford Way yesterday. 

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