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Andrew Cornell looks back on Blues’ game on January 31st The most recent league match on this date was away to Worcester City in 2009 in Conference South. Worcester, along with Histon, were the only team we played in both Conference North & South. This was out first ever visit to St Georges Lane, Worcester,…


Blast from the past

Andrew Cornell looks back on Blues’ games on January 30th For Blue’s last win on this date you have to go back to 1993 but that was our biggest win on this date too. In January 1993 while chasing promotion back to the Isthmian Premier Division we beat Lewes 6-0 at Rhodes Avenue. At the…

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Blast from the past

Eight years ago on this date we played an FA Trophy replay against Halifax Town – the former Football League club who then went bust at the end of the season. January 2008 was a very cold month and after a 1-1 draw at Woodside we had several postponements before Blues were able to make…


Blues to host in-form Moorsiders

BLUES face a big week as they aim to move back into play-off contention with a pair of home games. A 3-0 win at Burgess Hill Town on Saturday moved them within six points of fifth place, and they host Mertsham on Saturday (3pm) before Enfield Town are the visitors on Tuesday (7.45pm). Mertsham are…


Blast from the past

Andrew Cornell looks back on Blues’ games on January 28th Two unusual games on this date. In 1997 we had a rare competitive first team game with neighbours Stansted at Rhodes Avenue. It was in the Eastern Floodlight Competition which was treated much like the county cup games today – a first team game but…

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Smith delighted with win

Joint manager Steve Smith was delighted after Blues recorded a 3-0 victory at Bugess Hill, on Saturday, “It was very good win” he said “I said before the game it was a must win to keep us in and around the play offs. “We were very good, and having Mark Haines back was a big plus for…

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Blues find their thrill at Burgess Hill – report added

RYAN Charles was on target twice as Blues picked up their first three points of 2019 with a dominant performance at Burgess Hill. The result moved Stortford up to 12th place in the Bostik Premier table, six points off the play-offs. The visitors were control from kick-off with Ben Worman forcing an early corner before…


Blast from the past

Andrew Cornell looks back at Blues’ games on January 27 We only have to look back to 2007 for the outstanding game on this date. Blues have a good record at Westleigh Park, win or lose, and while we lost that game the entertainment value was undisputable. At the time of the game we were…


Penalty woe in the snow

Blues’ Herts Senior Cup dreams ended with a penalty shoot-out defeat against Watford in artic conditions at the ProKit UK Stadium, on Tuesday. Late goals from Ryan Charles and Nathan Livings had seen Blues fight back from a 3-1 deficit, but Livings missed the third shot from the spot and Watford netted all five of…

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