Another day of windy dry conditions making the pitches bumpy and difficult to play on.
The 1st XI continued their good run with a narrow 3-2 win over bottom of the table AFC Oldsmiths,
they played very well much better than their league position suggested and we could be considered to be fortunate to take three points. We gained no ground on our promotion rivals but all we can do is keep on winning and hope for slip ups from our rivals.
The Reserves had a good win 3-1 against promotion rivals EBOG leaving them in a strong position to gain promotion. It is pleasing that after some problems with this group of players they have turned into a good side on the field and enjoy the after match sociability, a plus mark for the Committee for perservering.
The 3rd XI lost away to Alleyn Old Boys 2-0 and promotion is not looking the certainty of a few weeks ago.
The 4th XI returned.to winning ways with 2-0 win over Broomfield, keeping them in the promotion race.
The 6th and 7th both had good away wins against Old Lyonians 6-3 and AP 4-3.
My plea for more help from old Norsemen seems to have fallen on deaf ears again on Saturday we had the grand total of three spectators watching the top two teams who were both at home this is derisory when we compare ourselves with Winchmore Hill we must be doing something wrong has anybody any ideas.
This Sunday we wish our Under 13s every success in their AFA Cup Final, 1.30pm at Allbury Ride, Waltham Cross. Please give as much support to these young lads as possible.
GOOD LUCK BOYS!!!