Sunday 3 April 2011


Big Match fever - the main seated stand at Goldsdown Road yesterday
Enfield Town gained a very important three points against an impressive and strong Redbridge side at Goldsdown Road yesterday.

The only event of an awful first half was Kevin McLeod's fourth minute strike which put the Motormen ahead. Redbridge looked the better of the sides with Town only being able to muster a Jon Moore effort at Elliott Justham who if you compare the pictures below he should be put up for an award for Ryman League slimmer of the year.

Elliott Justham playing for Leyton in January 2010
 Elliott Justham yesterday
Town got the all important goals in the second half when a Michael Bardle cross was headed in by Dave Kendall and a Mark Kirby shot was deflected past Justham by Lee Tonrow. The debate on whether it was an own goal or Kirby's was summed up by the man himself who has stated "Well I'm having was going in, therefore my goal...simples!!!" and "Mr Tannoy gave it to me and the lads said it was mine!! Woop Woop"

More big match fever - The Downs End at Goldsdown Road yesterday
Redbridge to their credit battled away and had two good chances to equalise when a shot from just outside the box just went the wrong side of the post and Rob Blackburne made a very good save late on. The cold end thinks that in their five remaining games this season they will win more than they lose. 

Match Highlights are below including Town's two goals. Kevin McLeod caught the cold end out with his early strike and it wasn't captured on camera -

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