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  1. We hit the road again Towners! The Draw has been made and we are away to Bishops Stortford.
  2. Final Score Cray Wanderers 3 - 5 Enfield Town Phew! An eight-goal thriller. Wasn't expecting that score-line. Three very good away points against a very useful side who were promoted last season as the Bostik SE Division Champions. A tricky game, but Town were on top of it, and remain unbeaten away from home in the league this season. Unless I am mistaken, think this will move us up the Table to third (?). Well done to Andy and our team, and all the Town faithful who made it over to Bromley for this excellent showing. Let's hear your thoughts on the game.
  3. Score Update Cray have just pulled one back . Latest score 2-5. Score Update A couple of minutes to go and Cray have made it 3-5.
  4. Score Update Yes, there's another!! Joe Payne has just got his name on the score sheet to make it 1-5 to Town in the 74th minute. Wow!
  5. Score Update Ken Charles gets his second in the 64th-min to put Town 1-4 in front. 'UP THE TOWN'
  6. Score Update Ken Charles scores in the 52-min to put Town 1-3 ahead. COYT
  7. Half Time Score Cray Wanderers 1 - 2 Enfield Town
  8. Score Update Mo Faal strikes again in the 41st minute. Town back in front. 1-2
  9. Attendance at Cray this afternoon 621. Score still 1-1
  10. Match Update Sorry, I can't confirm our lineup, but can confirm that the latest score is 1-1. Mo Faal put us ahead after 2-mins but Cray equalised after 7-mins.. Will try and keep you posted.
  11. LATEST NEWS Town have announced this morning that 24 year-old BOBSON BAWLING, a wide midfielder, has signed league forms today and is eligible to play for the Club immediately. Full details of Bobson's career to date can be found on the ETFC official website. Welcome Bobson.
  12. Now our brief money-spinning romance with the FA Cup is over for another year, our attention turns to the FA Trophy, which starts for us on Monday, with the Draw for the 1st Qualifying Round, when we will find out our opponents. Hopefully, the Draw will be kind to us, and we will have a good run in this competition. To help everyone plan ahead, here are dates of the FA Trophy Rounds, and the FA prize fund money on offer to the winners and losers in each Round. Date Round Prize Money 26 October 1st Qualifying Winners 2450 pounds / Losers 800 pounds 9 November 2nd Qualifying Winners 3000 pounds / Losers 1000 pounds 23 November 3rd Qualifying Winners 3750 pounds / Losers 1250 pounds 14 December 1st Round Proper Winners 4500 pounds / Losers 1500 pounds 11 January 2nd Round Proper Winners 5250 pounds / Losers 1750 pounds 8 February 3rd Round Proper Winners 6000 pounds / Losers 2000 pounds 29 February 4th Round Proper Winners 7500 pounds / Losers 2500 pounds 21 March Semi Final 1 Winners 15000 pounds / Losers 5000 pounds 28 March Semi Final 2 Winners 15000 pounds / Losers 5000 pounds 17 May FINAL Winners 60,000 pounds / Runners Up 30,000 pounds Hope you find this a useful reference guide, and Town can match or improve on the circa 15K income we made from the FA Cup this season. Be interested to hear your thoughts Towners on how far you think we will go in the FA Trophy this season.
  13. Afternoon all, 48hrs on from our FA Cup exit, down here on the South Coast, I have just been reading the latest postings relating to our performance and the result. Understandably, after our excellent wins against Rushden & Diamonds and Braintree in the previous rounds, and encouraging league form, most supporters, including myself, expected us to get something from this match. My optimism was based on what I saw in CCFC's replay at Oaklands Park. On Saturday we saw a very even first half, with chances at both ends. After the interval, Chichester, a talented young side, pushed forward, caused Town a number of problems, and eventually got their just reward with a goal in the last 5-minutes, when Town looked like they might hold-out for a replay. So, disappointment all round, but having lost Marc Weatherstone before the kick-off, and Lewis Taaffe to a hamstring injury shortly after the start, this certainly did not help our cause, as both are influential players. In the end, it was not our day, but we have secured 15K prize money, hopefully with more to come from a run in the FA Trophy. Well done to all the Town faithful who made the long journey down to Chichester to support our guys. Shame your loyalty wasn't rewarded on this occasion. We live to fight another day! Finally, well done Barney on an excellent post, and thanks for your kind comments. Like many other Town supporters, I fail to understand why certain people (you know who I mean!) vanish off this Forum, and never comment when we are winning, then suddenly re-appear to unfairly snipe at our Manager when we have lost a match. I would remind them that this was our first away defeat of the season, and we are currently 4th in the IPL table, just 3-points behind the leaders with a game in hand.
  14. What a great signing for the Town. Alex is a prolific goal-scorer and he has done fantastically well at Tonbridge Angels and Harlow with an amazing strike rate. Well done Andy. Welcome to the Town Alex.
  15. THIS IS THE 'BIG ONE' BRING IT ON !! With the 'BIG MATCH' just under 24hrs away, some interesting thoughts and comments from the opposition camp. Chichester City manager Mike Rutherford says his side's FA Cup third qualifying round tie, at home to Enfield Town tomorrow, is a massive one for his club. Rutherford is fully aware how difficult an opponent Town will be. He said: " It's going to be a really tough game. Enfield are a very good side, have lots of good players, and so the only thing we can do is to go into it with a good attitude and lots of hard work." " It's a very good thing that it's at home, but we are taking nothing for granted. Although, one bonus for us is that they have lost one of their centre-forwards, Billy Bricknell, to an injury last Saturday, but no doubt, whoever they bring in, will be good players. We're just hoping that we have a good day and they have a bad day." Rutherford also revealed his side have some injury worries of their own. " At the moment it's just about trying to get people available every week to be honest. A few have been away, a few have been injured. We just don't want to be playing Enfield under-strength." ____________ I am sure everyone at Enfield is really looking forward to this match. Town are playing some excellent football, and are unbeaten away from home in any competition. If we play tomorrow with confidence and belief, stamp our authority on the game, and put away our chances, we should be in that FA Cup 4th qualifying round draw on Monday. Good luck everyone. Let's get behind our guys tomorrow with plenty of noisy support. See you there! 'COME ON THE TOWN'
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