Your correspondent took time out to watch the reawakening Spurs thrash WBA on Saturday, its such a longtime ago that last time they were in this position even I had not heard of The Norsemen, lets hope for a good finish to the season for both of my football loves.
Arrived at the club to watch most of the second half, we scored early in the half with another fine goal from Chris Morgan, he has integrated brilliantly as an outsider with this crowd of old school mates if we do go up we will need more newcomers to challenge and improve an already good team.
Kew were a good side and probably our nearest challengers and soon equalised, as usual our side showed its fighting qualities which resulted in a penalty given and converted by John Megicks with five minutes to go.
This leaves us in a great position in the league with 36 points from 13 games, lets try and finish the season with no more defeats and an unblemished disciplinary record.
The Res XI travelled across the A10 to play the table topping Hill, I have not had any details of the game but we lost 1-0 with a very late goal meaning we need to win most of our remaining games to avoid relegation. Our team is much stronger now and looks good for the future.
The 4th XI also travelled to the Hill and scored a narrow 2-1 victory over their 6th XI leaving us at the top of the table.
The 5th XI lost 5-2 to Old Stationers Res XI.
The 6th XI drew 2-2 with Old Finchleians 7th XI.
The 7th XI AFA Cup tie was postponed.
As you can see the leagues are all a bit of a mishmash at the lower levels and badly need sorting out.