For the second week running Harefield United escaped the pressure of their League campaign and travelled away for a cup tie, this time to Colney Heath of the Spartan League Premier Division in the prestigious FA Vase, writes Harefield Chairman Gary South.
Clean Slate FC 2 – 8 (Eight) Harefield United
Your eyes are not deceiving you, writes Harefield United chairman Gary South. The scoreline above is correct, as a rampant Hares side demolished their Division Two opponents on Saturday in the League Cup.
Harefield started this game with several players from the previous week's victory unavailable for selection, writes Harefield United chairman Gary South.
Harefield United started the weekend reeling from the news that last season's top scorer Aaron McLeish had decamped to local rivals Southall, writes Harefield United FC's chairman Gary South.
The Hares started the weekend questioning the legitimacy of the previous Saturday's result against Enfield Borough as it transpired the North London club were not affiliated to the Middlesex FA at the time of the fixture, writes Harefield United FC chairman Gary South.
Harefield United kicked off their second season in the Spartan South Midlands League Division One with an away defeat to newly promoted Enfield Borough at the Queen Elizabeth Stadium, writes Gary South, chairman of Harefield FC.