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Saints fight back to earn a draw

Aylesbury United  1     Coulter 10

Saints  1     Lansiquot 77

Evo-Stik League Southern Division One Central  (Saturday 13 December)

Saints:  Mike McEntegart, Sam Grayley, Adam Louth, Gareth Paxton, Liam Fowler (Glenn Yala 46), Alex Paine, Remmel Clarke, Connor Hayes (Daniel Ailey 64), Aaron Lansiquot, Alan Hedley, Louis Stead.

Attendance:  131

Louth hits the mark to boost Saints

Saints  1     Louth 22

Bedford Town  0

Evo-Stik League Southern Division One Central  (Saturday 06 December)

Match photos at https://flic.kr/s/aHsk64nYag

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A deliciously struck free kick by Adam Louth in the first half was enough to decide Saturday's league encounter, returning Saints to winning ways against a stubborn Bedford side who threatened to claw their way back with a strong second half performance.

Saints struggled early on to get their game going. Like a vintage car on a cold day, the spluttered and coughed as they tried to impose themselves on opponents battling to climb up the table. On a pitch that was showing some scars from the recent poor weather, the opening exchanges were full of huff and puff but little threat on goal.

Saints leave it late

Saints  4     Hughes 38, Valchev 85, Yala 107, Lennon 114

Chinnor  2     Faulconbridge 22 pen, Parnell 66

After extra time - score 2-2 after 90 mins

Wycombe Senior Cup First Round  (Tuesday 02 December)

On the first very cold night of the season the visitors to Mill Meadow were very unimpressed when the match went into 30 minutes of extra time.

The first half was shaky for the Saints and a trip in the goal area gave Chinnor a penalty on 22 minutes. Craig Faulconbridge converted the chance.

Blank day for Saints

Kettering Town  2     Solkhon 21, Ogbonna 72pen

Saints  0

Evo-Stik League Southern Division One Central  (Saturday 29 November)

The Saints went into Saturday afternoon’s league visit to Kettering Town looking to make it seven consecutive league wins, and in Chalfont’s current winning and goalscoring form, there was no reason to think that they couldn't cause another upset to the current league leaders.


Having got the better of their opposition earlier in the season in knocking Kettering out of the FA Cup, there was understandable nerves amongst the Kettering support prior to kick-off, however come the final whistle it was hard to believe that the Saints, who haven't been able to stop scoring in the league recently, were silenced in front of goal.

Saints in perfect balance

Eighteen games into their fourth season in the Southern League Saints have achieved a perfect statistical balance in their league playing record.

Following their 2-1 win against Royston Town in midweek their record over nearly three and a half seasons is:

P 144   W 54  D 36   L 54   GF 230   GA 230


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