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New year derby is looming

Greensnet Editor
Thu 30 Dec 2010, 10:07

New Years Day sees our fourth game of the season against Harrow Borough, and we are very hopeful that the game will go ahead as planned following the recent thaw. There are currently no plans for an inspection ahead of the game, but should the situation change, we will let you know straight away.

The first game was in August, when we won 3-2 at Earlsmead, Lubo Guentchev scoring a brace of penalties after Aaron Morgan had given us the lead. Troy Hewitt and Dean Marney were on target for Harrow.

Hewitt was on target again, along with Dewayne Clarke as Harrow won 2-1 in the league cup in October, Mariusz Serwin scoring for the Greens. Five days later in the FA Trophy, we won 1-0 thanks to a headed goal from Lee O'Leary.

Both sides are currently in good form in the league, with neither side having lost in their last six games. Games against Harrow are usually entertaining, and often closely fought, and this promises to be no different.

Travel to Vale Farm should be problem free, with services operating on the Bakerloo and Piccadilly all be it at slightly reduced frequencies to normal. London Overground and the buses will be operating to a normal Saturday service.

Kick off at Vale Farm will be at 3:00pm.