Hat-trick hero Hedley seals Saints win
Uxbridge 3 Woods 36, Thomas 66 pen, Cole 86
Saints 4 Hedley 32, 38, 76, Lansiquot 55
Divison One Central (Saturday 08 November)
Match photos at: https://flic.kr/s/aHsk62bn8G
With the Saints last two league games resulting in six points gathered and seven goals scored, it was a case of keeping this run of league form going into the visit to Uxbridge.
Yet again it was top goalscorer, Alan Hedley, sealing the three points for the Saints with three inspired goals.
- Written by Charli Casey
Saints ease past Daventry
Saints 4 Louth 5, Stead 50, Clarke 55, 62
Daventry Town 1 O'Grady 77
Division One Central (Tuesday 04 November)
Saints returned to winning ways with a comfortable win against crisis-hit Daventry to claim an important three points.
A typically fast start was rewarded as Adam Louth curled a free kick from the edge of the area into the far corner. This should have knocked back a scratch Daventry side who did well just to get 11 players on the field as a financial crisis has seen the inevitable exodus of players and management.
- Written by Ian
Trophy tribulations sink Saints
Dulwich Hamlet 3 McCoulsky 23, McDonald 41, 58
FA Trophy First Qualifying Round (Saturday 01 November)
Match photos at https://flic.kr/s/aHsk5d7UuV
Chalfont's cup exploits were ended for the season as they fell prey to a strong Dulwich Hamlet side that scored three sublime goals while resisting any efforts to put them under pressure.
Saints have developed a recent habit of starting quickly, grabbing an early goal and then consolidating. Saturday saw that torn up and they were on the back foot for long periods.
- Written by Ian Doorbar
Saints draw Chesham in Red Insurance Cup
Saints have been drawn at home to Chesham United in the 2nd Round of the Red Insurance Cup
- Written by Benny Goodman
Impressive Saints tick all the boxes
Saints 3 Lansiquot 3, Hedley 12, Wood OG 21
Aylesbury United 0
Southern League Division One Central (Tuesday 28 October)
This was a win that Saints needed for many reasons so it was a joyous Mill Meadow that witnessed an impressive Saints performance to wrap up a convincing win to secure an important three points while boosting confidence ahead of their FA Trophy game at the weekend at Dulwich Hamlet.
Saints couldn't have hoped for a better start as Aaron Lansiquot got things going in the third minute when he bulldozed through the Ducks defence to net past the flapping keeper.
- Written by Ian