Under 12 (Black)

Next Training Session:

Friday night. 7:30 - 8:30 at Watford Leisure Centre Astroturf, Horseshoe Lane, Garston


The spring trophy final is to be played at Sun Postal FC on Sunday 9th may at 3:40. Please come along and support us in our drive to win the Trophy.

Sunday 15th April 2004 Spring Trophy Semi-Final

Nascot Wood Blacks 5 vs 2 St Albans Rangers


Whenever we come up against St Albans it is always a battle and again today was no exception. With four players out and only one sub on a very hot morning, we knew it was going to be hard. First half saw us go 3-0 after a great solo effort from Connor to open the scoring and two well finished goals from Jamie. The highlight of the first half was certainly Kieron at left midfield who did not stop working and his effort was fantastic. The defence of Matt S, Joe, Benjamin and Ollie grew in stature as the game proceeded. 


Matty Lansley in goal made two outstanding one on one saves to keep St Albans out and us in the game. The second half saw good performances from Danny and Jack playing in positions that they are not used

to. Goals from Jack and Chris and a goal St Albans finished the game, and put us onto the Spring Trophy Final. 


Today was fantastic and a great achievement. For the boys it was a good reward for a superb season after finishing runner up. Well done lads and lets look forward to the final.



Sunday 28th March 2004 Nascot Wood Blacks 5 vs 2 Alex Park North

Jamie Leven 1

Connor McKie 1

Danny Knowles 1

Own Goals 2


Man of the Match: Ben Hantonne


After the hard work and battling of last week against Hadley Wood and being very unfortunate to come away without the points, we went about the task of winning today and guaranteeing at the very least runners up place in the league, which is an absolutely fantastic achievement by the boys in their first season. The game started well and we certainly went about our task well, putting them under a lot of pressure from the start. We got the first goal through Connor, who as usual finished brilliantly. The second came from Jamie, who worked his way into the box and with two great touches finished well. We carried on the pressure and were unlucky on a few occasions, before Danny made a great run down the right, just to beat the keeper, and finish low in the bottom corner, although Mr Kelly decided he would help it on its way with a cracking shot while the ball was on the goal line. With them scoring an own goal as well, we went in at half time 4-0 up. 


The second half was the opposite of the first, and Alex Park certainly wanted to let us know that they hadn't given up and got two early goals back. There was a lot of chopping and changing the team about in the second half due to injuries, but we managed another goal, unfortunately by them. The game finished 5-2 and confirmed that we would not finish any lower than runners up in the league, which like I said above is fantastic. The boys have been great all season, playing some great football, scoring some good goals, and showing brilliant defensive displays. I have at times been hard on the boys, but they have responded superbly, and have listened and learnt well, making me very very proud. Their effort and commitment has been second t none so far this season. Well done lads, you have been brilliant and are a great credit to yourselves and to our team.


Sunday 14th March 2004 Tring Tigers 0 vs 7 Nascot Wood Blacks

Jamie Leven 4

Connor McKie 3

Man of the Match: Jamie Leven and Sam Quarlena


It was good to get back to winning ways this week after two defeats in a row. There was some great football played in spells today. There was some brilliant finishing from Jamie and Connor, great work in defence from Benjamin as usual, and also from Joe McDonough, who was also superb, and just missed out on man of the match. The first half was quite sloppy and we just didnt have the drive in front of goal. After a few words at half time, we came out full guns blazing and out six past them, nd could have had about five more. 


The day went to Sam Quarlena though, who was very unlucky to have a penalty saved, but made up for it by booting the keeper into the back of the net instead. He was very unlucky to give away a free kick as he claimed he didnt touch him!!!!!!! Sam was very good though, and has put a real effort in over the last few weeks, and that has shown in both training and on a sunday. He is by far the smallest, but with that effort it really shows what can be done. Well done Sam and well done boys, it was a great win.



Sunday 7th March 2004 Harpenden Jags 6 - 1 Nascot Wood Rangers

Connor McKie

Man of the Match: Chris Keates


Team: Jack Kelly, Scott Witney, Benjamin Boyling-Ayres, Matt Steveneson, Danny Knowles, Chris Keates, Ben Hantonne, Kieron Harvey, Connor MCkie, Alex Geary, Sam Quarlena, Ollie Ring.


On a wet day, with four players out, the third division side beat us by a scoreline that doesn't really show the true story. The first half was very close, with Nascot really getting the bit between their teeth and playing good football. Chris Keates and Benjamin battled non stop. We went one nil

down after a lucky goal against the run of play. We equalised soon after from a great finish from Connor. The start of the second half saw it close again, before they got their second. By the final ten minutes if the game, Nascot had given it their all and with no fresh legs, Harpenden scored five more. With Matt, our first choice goalkeeper out for at least five weeks, Jack to the responsibility in goal, and a good job he did as well. Well done boys, the fight and determination was certainly back.


Sunday 15th February 2004 Nascot Wood Blacks 3 vs 1 Hertsmere

Jamie Leven 2

Ben Hantonne 1

Man of the Match : Kieron Harvey

John Alexander (great referees job)


We are finding that as the season goes on and we stay close to the top of the league, the teams below us seem to be putting on better and better performances against us, which is a credit to us that we have managd to come this far.

Today was another one of these days. We went one nil up early on from a fantastic strike for Ben Hantonne (luckily his dad arrived just in time to see his one for the season). Then like usual at the moment we went to sleep and let in a goal to make it one all. We went back at them and got another through another superb shot, outside the area by Jamie. For the rest of the game, we more or less camped out in their half, with Matty in goal rarely touching the ball. The goals were just not happening and we were trying to walk the ball into the set. We finally got the third late on when he finished from close range. 


Well done lads!!



Sunday 8th February 2004 Bovingdon 2 vs 3 Nascot Wood Blacks

Jamie Leven 2

Connor McKie 1


On a very very windy day, with no training in two weeks and no game last week, the boys were bound to be a bit rusty, and take some time to get going. On the other hand Bovingdon were up for this from the start. They took the lead early on after some very poor defending from a corner. We equalised through Connor. Again Bovingdon came at us and were in front again through some sloppy defending. We went in at half time 2-1 down. 


The second half saw us playing with the wind, but the boys did not raise their game. We finally got the equaliser with a great low shot from Jamie. Even that didn't seem to get the boys going. Nascot finally decided to go for it in the last fifteen minutes and we got the winner late on through another great strike from Jamie. Although we won, I was very disappointed with the attitude today and the boys certainly know that.



Sunday 18th January 2004 Nascot Wood Blacks 4 vs 1 Leverstock Green

Connor McKie 2

Jamie Leven

Jack Kelly

Man of the Match: Kieron Harvey


After lasts weeks performance, any performance other than perfect would have looked not as good. We were 1-0 down after about thirty seconds after some sloppy defending and a mix up between Joe and Matty. Not the best start that we could have had. Leverstock certainly started the better, and made

us look very sloppy. They had a few chances, but for some good saves by Matty and some good defending by Benjamin, we managed to weather the pressure. We always looked dangerous and new that we could score goals, and that we did though Connor. Connor took the ball down the left, cut inside

his defender and released a great shot into the bottom corner from just inside the box. Soon after, Connor was set free by a good pass from Jamie. He beat the last defender to score his second, meaning that we went in at half time 2-1 up.


The second half started brightly by both teams, with both Danny and Kieron worked tirelessly down the wings. Danny just wasn't getting the run of the ball, Jamie's efforts were just missing target. Kieron then sent a lovely cross from the left wing, for Danny to meet unmarked on the penalty spot. Without a call that he had time, he tried to hit it first time and the power could not beat the keeper. Connor was set free, just to drag his shot past the far post, much to the delight of the oppositions manager. We finally

got the third goal, after some good work through the middle, to beat the keeper with a fierce low drive. The game was finished off late on with Jack coolly finishing off from close range after the keeper could just parry Kierons shot.


Well done again lads, lets keep the pressure on Hadley Wood


 Sunday 11th January 2004 Riverside AFC 2 vs 3 Nascot Wood Blacks

Connor McKie 2

Jamie Leven 1


Man of the Match: Jamie Leven


After last weeks exit from the cup and a humiliating defeat, we were determined to change things and get back to winning ways against Riverside, who like ourselves and Hadley Wood are all contending for the league. This week, there were a few changes after some of the performances from the players last week. 


The game started, and Nascot were all over them from the start. We were playing the ball around the park well and the defence were holding tight. We got the breakthrough early in the first half, after a lovely ball through from Alex geary to find Connor, who slotted home into the left hand corner coolly. 1-0. We still continued with the pressure, and were unlucky not to get another. The midfield of Jamie, Ben Hantonne, Danny and Jamie were working very hard in closing the opposition down and playing the ball

around. Alex and Connor did not stop running. There were a few changes in the defence and Benjamin and Ollie worked especially well together limiting Riverside to a few half chances. Also, Matty in goal was back to his best and did make some very good saves to keep them out.


One moment of careless defending and not clearing our lines let Riverside back into the game, and they scored a sloppy goal to make it 1-1. Jamie then got a free kick just outside their box. He stepped up and curled a great freekick into the bottom left hand corner to make it 2-1. The second half started brightly with Danny and Kieron working hard down the wings, and Connor "the I never run out of energy" McKie still causing problems in their defence. We were soon 3-1 up after another goal from Connor.


The last fifteen minutes saw a major down pour which made the conditions very hard work. It also saw Riverside get one back and really put us under pressure for the last ten minutes, but Ollie, Benjamin, Matty S, Joe, Scott and Chris all worked very hard when they were on the pitch to stop them



It ended 3-2 to us, one of the best performances of the season. Well done lads. It just goes to show what you can do when the 120% effort is there. Lets keep it up

  Sunday 14th December 2003 / Nascot Wood Blacks 8 vs 1 Bovingdon


Kieron Harvey 2

Connor McKie 2

Jamie Leven 1

Danny Knowles 1

Alex Geary 1

Own Goal 1


Man of the Match: Benjamin Boyling-Ayres


Bovingdon were this weeks’ opposition and to be fair to them, on their first half performance, they did not deserve to go in 4-0 down.  We seem to lower ourselves to the level of the game instead of playing at our normal tempo.  We did however score some very good goals in the first half.

At half time there were a few choice words, and the boys seem to come out with a different attitude.  


We let in a sloppy goal early on, but soon took control and bossed the rest of the game, scoring another 4 goals.  The last ten minutes saw us have about four or five goalmouth scrambles, which we were unlucky not to capitalise on.  Even our goalkeeper Matty couldn’t get on the score sheet from a corner.  (His hair was a priority). 


Well done boys, especially Benjamin at the back who played superbly and was like a rock at the center of the defence.


Sunday 29th November 2003 Nascot Wood Rangers 8 vs 1 Harpenden Colt Harriers

Jamie Leven 5

Connor McKie 1

Alex Geary 1

Kieron Harvey 1


Today’s game saw us come up against Harpenden Harriers, a team in a middle   position in the league.  Nascot Wood carried on their good form once again this week, and started brightly, taking the lead in the first minute.  The  fist half was all one way traffic.  We scored some fantastic goals through Jamie, who seemed to be banging them in from all angles. He certainly had a right boot that was not going to miss today.  Alex and Connnor finished from close range after some great work down the right and left wings from Kieron and Danny.  During the first half, it should have been double figures but not for some sloppy finishing from us and some superb saves from their goalkeeper.


The second half was a lot tighter, and Harpenden certainly battled well and kept their heads held high and certainly were the better of the two sides.  Jamie added another to take his tally to five before they scored a deserved goal from a sloppy free kick.


The honours today certainly go to Matt Stevenson and Scott Witney who had superb games.  Although Harpenden Harriers only had a handfull of chances, both of them were excellent.  Scott 's positioning and commanding presence when at times it was himself against three forwards as they tried to catch us on the break was great to watch, and Matt's coolness on the ball was brill ian t.  Matt also popped on two occasions and nearly got his name on the score sheet if it wasnt for some fine saves.  When you put the hard work in on a Friday at training, you get the rewards on a Sunday.  Well done lads and lets keep going.


Match Report – Sunday 16-Nov-03  NWR U12 Blacks 3 v.1 Bushey Hawks

Man of match: Deferred – would have required 15 trophies (and the asst. manager left it at home!)


Fine weather prevailed this week as we got off to a good start against Bushey Hawks, who we met earlier in the season at their home. We played up the slope (again) to start but that meant that the low sun was behind us for the first half. Our central midfield and defence let one too many through the middle and Bushey took the lead early on. A fine performance by Conner McKie saw us draw level in the 20th minute. And so it stayed as we went into half-time.


Matt Lansley in goal made some great saves and kept us in the game, especially during the second half. After a few over-eager offside spurts, Jack Kelly finally managed to shake off their No. 5 and scored a fine goal to take the lead. It never felt entirely safe at 2-1 as Bushey continued to keep the pressure going and narrowly missed a goal or two. Finally, a run from Jamie Leven down the wing and into the box allowed him to score our third shortly before the whistle.


Everyone put in a consistent performance this week. Not the same excitement as last week but a good game nevertheless and a well deserved win for the boys.


Sunday 9th November Leverstock Green 3 VS 4 Nascot Wood Blacks  

Connor McKie 2,

Man of the Match: Jamie Leven


This week saw us come up against a team who had a 100% record in the league so for this season.  It was a wet and miserable day but the boys were superb.  The first half saw us shooting up the slope.  Leverstock came at us early, but within five minutes we were 1-0 up.  This was after Danny released Jamie on the left wing.  He went past one of their defenders to square to Connor who finished from close range.  Leverstock then equalised after we didn’t win the ball in the centre circle.  They broke and finished well into the bottom corner.  They the put us under some good pressure for about ten minutes, but our defence stood tall and dealt with it excellently.  Matt in goal also made some superb saves as well.  After that spell, we then went on the attack.  We got the second after a screaming shot into the top corner from outside the box.  It was all Nascot from then on.  Alex made a great run up the left flank to cut in, but was badly tackled from behind and won a penalty, but unfortunately Kieron could not convert.  Half time 2-1 to us.


At the start of the second half, we knew that Leverstock Green would come at us, and within five minutes of the restart they had levelled from a very good finish.  As normal with us that goal kicked started us again and from then on it was all us.  Shortly after they equalised, we were back in front through Connor after great work again from Jamie, running straight through the middle of their defence.  The rest of the second half saw us miss chance after chance after chance.  In all fairness we should have been five more goals to the good by this stage.  Then in the dying minutes on the game, they were awarded a very dubious penalty, which was converted to make it 3 – 3.  Then with virtually the last kick of the game Danny scored the winner after finishing from close range at the back post.  A fantastic game of football played by the boys, probably the best of the season, and definitely a bench mark for the rest of the season.  The defence were solid and worked as a great unit.  Well done lads, absolutely brill ian t,


Sunday 2nd November Challenge Cup 1st Round Nascot Wood Blacks 3 Alex Park West 0

Jamie Leven

Jack Kelly

Own Goal

Man of the match: Ben Hantonne


The first round of the cup saw us come up against a second division team which was always going to be a test for us.  The first half we shot down the hill and took full advantage of it.  We were soon on the attack, with a few chances wasted.  The breakthrough finally came after some neat football from Danny and Ben, which set Jamie free down the right hand side.  He went past the last defender to square the ball well for jack to finish from close range.  The second goal came towards the end of the first half.  After some good pressure, we won a corner.  Danny took the corner to Jamie, who in turn laid it back for Danny to hit a fierce shot from a tight angle.  This took a deflection off of a defenders head to beat the goalie.  Half time it was 2-0.  


The second half started with some strong pressure from Alex Park, and on a few occasions they carved our defence apart, but just could not finish.  Connor was unlucky on a few occasions, before Jamie unluckily hit the post.  His goal came soon after, when from another corner, the ball bounced around in the box, before it fell to Jamie, who slotted it home from close range.  


Just a quick note about how superb Ben Hantonne was all game.  Since joining us a few weeks ago, we have played him out of position due to injuries and players missing, but he slotted into the defence well today and did a great job.  Well done lads, we’re into the second round!!!

Sunday 26th October Nascot Wood Blacks 4 VS 0 Tring Tigers

Danny Knowles 2

Jack Kelly 1

Kieron Harvey 1

Man of the Match: Connor McKie


Another great performance from the boys saw us win comfortably against Tring Tigers this week. From the first whistle we put them under pressure and made the keeper make some good saves. Then, after 10 minutes, after some good work down the left side by Kieron, he squared it to Jack, who in turn hit a great curling shot past the keeper into the right hand corner of the net to make it one nil. We continued to attack and got our rewards when Danny took a short corner to Kieron who in turn laid it back to Danny to hit a firm shot, from a very tight angle, past the keeper to make it two nil.

Tring were limited to a few chances when the broke clear down the right hand side, but were foiled either by our defence or the ever present and consistent Matt in goal. Our dubious back passes could have made things a bit tighter!!! 


The second half was a mirror of the first with Nascot continually pressing them. We got a thrid goal from an absolutely cracking free kick from Danny from about tweny five yards out. It left the keeper only being able to parry the ball into the roof of his own net. Kieron finished the scoring off with a close range shot from a corner. All in all a very professional performance from us with some good football played. Matty Stevenson has a solid game in defence and once again our attacking midfielders were superb. Well done lads, another good win!!!


Sunday 5th October Edson Youth 1 vs 4 Nascot Wood Blacks

 Jamie Leven 3

 Danny Knowles 1


Man of the Match: Benjamin Boyling-Ayres


After the disappointing show last week, we hoped for a good performance today to get us back on track in the league.  On paper, this should have been a tricky game, with Edson getting some good results in recent weeks.


After starting the game with the opposition only having nine players, we set about our task in a professional way.  We were 2 – 0 up within the first ten minutes, with both goals coming from Jamie (tap-ins).  The second goal was outstanding, with the whole team getting involved.  There must have been between ten and fifteen passes, carving the Edson defence apart for Jamie to finish.  At this stage in the game, it became difficult for us as Edson players were arriving and going on to the pitch.  This caused us a few problems for a brief period, where Edson broke free to get one back.  The second half was all Nascot Wood, with Jamie competing his hat trick from a good cross from Alex, before Danny finished off the scoring with a neat finish from close range.  Edson Youth did not give up at all, and kept coming at us (with some fresh legs when new players arrived), but for a great performance from Benjamin and Scott backing him up, we kept them at bay.  Kieron and Danny worked non-stop up and down the wings, and would it not been for some poor finishing from us, the score could have been in double figures. 


Well-done boys. That was a much better all round performance.


Sunday 28th September 2003 Nascot Wood Blacks 3 vs 4 Hadley Wood


Matt Stevenson

Jamie Leven

Kieron Harvey


Man of the Match: Matt Lansley


This week saw us take on the team that were currently top of the league with a 100% league record. The game started well with Matt Stevenson putting the ball across the line from close range after some great work down the right flank from Jamie. Then, like every other week, we fell asleep, and within fifteen minutes, we were 2 –1 down. Be it not for an exceptional game from our goalkeeper Matt Lansley, it could have been a lot more. We then got ourselves back in the game when Jamie lobbed their keeper from just outside the box to make it 2 –2. Hadley Wood had a very tricky forward, who

certainly gave our defence a run around all game. A golden chance was then wasted when the Hadley Wood keeper picked up a back pass, to give us a free kick five yards out. We took it quickly but somehow managed to put the ball wide of goal. Hadley Wood soon went ahead again, and at half time the score was 3 –2 to them. At half time, there was not really a lot to be impressed with, with Nascot Wood being second to everything, and not really showing much effort or looking like they wanted the game. The second half started with us on top, but still we did not look our normal dangerous self and were limited to a few half chances. They also came at us again and again, and soon after made it 4 –2 with ten minutes to play. 


After that, all of a sudden we came alive and wanted to play, and quickly reduced the score line when we were awarded a penalty for handball. Kieron coolly put the ball in the back of the net. The last ten minutes were very exciting with Nascot camped in their half, with Kieron and Ollie both hitting the bar, and Connor being very unlucky on a couple a chances. If it also weren’t for some very poor decisions from a certain man in black, the score line would certainly have been different. The game finished 4 –3 to Hadley Wood which could have been a lot different as it was certainly there for the taking. Normally at this stage I would say well done boys, but today we let ourselves down and did not deserve to win due to too many players not getting stuck in and playing the football that we know we can play. A lot football is down to effort, but on this occasion there was none, and rightly so we got what we deserved. 


Lets improve next week


Sunday 21st September 2003 Bushey Hawk s 2 vs 6 Nascot Wood Rangers


Kieron Harvey 3

Jamie Leven 2

Danny Knowles 1


Man of the Match: Kieron Harvey


This was always going to be a bit of a grudge match for some of the Nascot players as they were once Bushey Hawk s players or had good links with the club, so they had a point to prove.  The game started very lively, and we were one nil up within five minutes when Jamie broke through the middle to finish well in the bottom corner.  Then, as usual  with Nascot, we fell asleep.  A long ball seemed to just go straight through the middle of our defence for a Bushey player ran onto to finish well.  A second goal for Bushey came soon after through a defensive mix up to make the score 2-1 to them.  That goal, like last week, seemed to kick us into gear, and from then on we commanded the game.  Bushey did not stop running and certainly made the game hard and physical for us.  They had quite a few chances and some

good efforts, but yet again, they were well saved by Matt Lansley, who is really growing in stature as each game goes by.  The at the end of the first half we got the equaliser we deserved through Kieron, a fantastic solo effort, which he started on the left wing.  He cut inside, went past three players to finish low in the bottom corner.


After a good talking, Nascot came out strong for the start of the second half, and were 3-2 up witihin five minutes when Matt Stevenson played a fantastic reverse pass to Kieron, which cut the defence in half.  Kieron finished well.  Bushey Rangers never gave up and always looked dangerous on the break with their fast fowards, but our defence, who started shakely,

certainly worked hard to keep the goals out.  Danny, soon after, recieved the ball just outside our goal area.  He made a superb 60 yard run to the other end of the pitch to finish well.  Sam, Jack and Matt all came close but just could not finish.  We won a corner which bobbled around inside the area.  The defence half cleared it, only for it to land  at Jamie's feet on

the edge of the box.  He hit a curling shot first time which nestled in the back of the net to make it five.  A great goal which he certainly deserved.  Kieron finished off the goals and his hattrick at the end when he put away a penalty.  Kieron did not stop all game, tying the defenders in knots with his skills.  the game finished 6-2 in the end; a comfortable win for us. 

Well done to Matt, Ollie, Joe, Benjamin and Scott who certainly stood strong at the back against tricky forwards.  Well done to Jamie and Chris who bossed the middle of the park, and Danny and Kieron on the wings and finally to Matt, Jack and Sam who ran tiressley up front for us.  Well done again boys.  

Sunday 14th September Nascot Wood Blacks 4 vs 0 Edson Youth

Alex Geary 3

Jamie Leven 1


Man of the Match:- Jamie Leven


Although Edson Youth arrived with only ten players, they made a good go at it for the first ten minutes. Then we got into our stride and grew in stature from there on. The first half saw us shooting up the hill, where we dominated the play, scoring two, and to be fair missing six. The second half saw us again score two goals, and miss probably another five. Their goalkeeper was certainly on form on this occasion. It was a fantastic performance from the boys, especially from Jamie, Kieron and Joe. An all round good team effort saw us collect our first competitive win of the new season. Well done lads!!!



Sunday 7th September 2003 St Albans Rangers 2 vs 2 Nascot Wood Rangers (Scott Witney 2)

Man of the Match: - Scott Witney

Team: - Matt Lansley, Scott Witney, Benjamin Boyling-Ayres, Joe McDonough (Matt Stevenson), Ollie Ring, Jamie Leven, Danny Knolwes, Kieron Harvey, Chris Keates, Jack Kelly, Alex Geary (Sam Quarlena)

Our first league game of the season saw us away to St Albans Rangers, and what a great game it was. The game started with us very much on the back heel, not really getting things going and looking very sluggish. St Albans certainly took the momentum and came at us. They were certainly the team on top, and after 15 minutes, after a defensive mistake, they broke down the left to finish well in the bottom corner. That was certainly the wake up call we needed. For the rest of the half it was end to end, with Nascot having many chances, culminating in Jack unluckily hitting the post after a good cross from Danny.

Half Time saw us go in 1-0 down. Second half started very much like the first ended with end-to-end action. Most of the play being in their half. The worked well at catching us on the counter attack. Unfortunately from a well-worked corner they scored a second. That then sparked the come back. Jamie made a fantastic run to take the ball from the edge of our box past about five players to win a corner. From that Danny fired in a great corner, which after a few touches Scott managed to shoot the ball home from the edge of the area. It was all us from then on, with St Albans having a few chances, one of which was a great shot from one of their players which Matt amazingly tipped over the bar to keep us in it. We then won a second corner, which Danny again whipped in well, and after going through a few payers, Scott met with a close range headed to draw the game level.

The last ten minutes were highly entertaining with us just not being able to put the ball in the back of the net. There were a few goalmouth scrambles, Jamie hit a fantastic free kick from about 25 yards, which the keeper just about got to, Danny fired one just across the goalmouth, which no one could connect with. All in all a very exciting match with both teams playing good football and Nascot being very unlucky not to steal the points at the.

The best part was that our heads never dropped and we kept on battling.

Well done St Albans and very well done boys!!


Our home pitch this season will be Queens School, Watford. We are in the Purple Division, playing against the following teams:-



For further information please contact the Manager Matt Clarke or Asst. Manager Steve Leven on one of the email addresses below:


Matt Clarke - mattclarkemodels@hotmail.com  

Steve Leven - nwrfc@steveleven.co.uk 


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