Supporters Player - Jamie Cureton

Jamie and Sam collect awards

Jamie Cureton’s legendary goalscoring ability didn’t go unrecognised by Blues’ fans as he collected the official BSFC player-of-the-year award on Saturday evening. The award is over 50 years old and is voted for by the club’s fans, and Cureton’s 22 goals in 36 league appearances saw him lead the Bostik Premier goalscoring charts. He added…

Young Blues end with a win

BISHOP’S STORTFORD 3 LONDON TIGERS 1 (THE NATIONAL LEAGUE UNDER 19 ALLIANCE – DIVISION C) The young Blues wrapped up their season with a comfortable 3-1 win against basement side Tigers with ease. Tim Moylette’s side had a slight edge from the start and took the lead in the 33rd minute when skipper Dan Pinkey…

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Blast from the past

Andrew Cornell looks back at Blues’ games on May 5th We have played a few league games on this date in the past but undoubtedly the biggest game was the 2007 play-off semi-final game away to Salisbury City. We had drawn the first leg at home, so Salisbury had the advantage in the second leg…

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Andrew Cornell looks back at Blues’ games on May 4th Although amateur football was abolished in 1974, hence Blues being the last winners of the FA Amateur Cup it took a while for the new format of non-league football to settle down. However in the 1975-76 season the Herts FA agreed that the Herts Senior…

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Supporter’s club secretary wanted!!

The supporters club are looking for a secretary, to help with the running of the committee. So if you want to get involved with behind the scenes of the club please contact via email ~ tommcgowan@sky.com   Main functions of the position;   * Ensure monthly committee meetings are effectively organised.   * Attend meetings…

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Andrew Cornell looks back at Blues’ games on May 3rd Back in 1986 on this date Blues faced Bognor Regis Town at Rhodes Avenue in our last game of the season. Stortford signed off with style as they achieved a 4-0 win, their biggest of the season to seal a place in the top half…

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Andrew Cornell looks back at Blues’ games on May 2 May 2nd has often been the last day of the season over the years and as such has seen its share of meaningless matches and cup finals, according to how the season has gone. 1998 was probably the most dramatic of these. Blues were in…

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Ajax at the ProKit

It’s not every day that a non-league club gets a side playing in the Champions League semi-final phone them up and ask to borrow their ground, but Ajax were Blues’ guests on Wednesday morning. Following their 1-0 win at Tottenham’s new ground on Tuesday evening, the Amsterdam club travelled to the ProKit UK Stadium this…

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Andrew Cornell looks back at Blues’ games on May 1 Until the introduction of playoffs widely in non-league football in 2004-05 we regularly played league games in early May, either by design – our last Isthmian League game v Heybridge Swifts was played on this date, or due to fixture congestion. Additionally cup finals were…