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  1. Easter weekend is traditionally a make or break time for teams battling for promotion, or struggling to avoid relegation. This year is no exception and, after weeks of uncertainty, Town have performed heroics in recent matches to claw their way back as serious play-off contenders. With three matches remaining this season our destiny is in our own hands. On Saturday we host Folkestone Invicta at the Queen Elizabeth Stadium (3.00pm), before visiting Harlow on Bank Holiday Monday. All to play for after outstanding team performances against league leaders Bognor and Billericay. Town will be looking to deliver more of the same this weekend, with six precious points up for grabs, and a fine run of five consecutive wins behind them. A bumper crowd is expected at the QE2 Stadium on Saturday afternoon, as Town continue their chase for a play-off spot. It is a huge match, a real Easter cracker - DON'T MISS IT !! Happy Easter Everybody! 'COME ON YOU TOWN'
  2. After Tuesday evenings thriller against Billericay, Town face another tough test tomorrow (Saturday) afternoon, when they host second-placed Havant & Waterlooville in the Ryman Premier Division, on The Hawks first every visit to the Queen Elizabeth Stadium. Inconsistency, and a disappointing sequence of results, may have badly hit our own chances of reaching the play-offs this season, but you rest assured Town will be going flat out to win as many of our nine remaining matches as possible. Back in November, Town travelled to Westleigh Park and beat Havant 0-2. It was a close, physical game, and if that encounter is anything to go by, a hum-dinger of a match is in prospect tomorrow afternoon, in front of what should be a good-size crowd. To mark next weeks International Women's Day (8th March), and support the much publicised 'Women at the Game' initiative, Enfield Town are offering FREE admission to all women and girls at tomorrows match. A great chance to come along to a live match, support your local team, and make new friends. Best of luck to Brad and the boys. Let's deliver another high energy performance, take our chances, and do yourself justice guys! See you there folk! 'COME ON YOU TOWN'
  3. One helluva mouth-watering Premier Division clash in prospect, under the lights at the Queen Elizabeth Stadium, tomorrow (Tuesday) evening, when The Town host Essex rivals Billericay Town, in a match eagerly awaited by both sets of fans. The two clubs haven't met yet this season, but Town are currently 8th in the table, two places and three points ahead of The Blues, so plenty to play for in what should be very close, highly competitive encounter. Last season we drew 2-2 at home with our visitors in the league, and lost 3-0 at New Lodge. But, in the Second Qualifying Round of the Emirates FA Cup, we came away from New Lodge with a 1-1 draw, before winning the replay 2-0 at home. No team news available so far for The Town, but Joe Ellul will not be in The Blues line-up, as he is serving a ban, while Rob Swaine and Tambeson Eyong are both rated doubtful for this match. Very best of luck to Brad and the boys in this match. Let's give it a real go guys, give the home fans plenty to shout about, and deliver another three points. 'COME ON YOU TOWN'
  4. Town travel down to the south coast tomorrow to play in-form Worthing, in the Ryman Premier Division, hoping to put recent setbacks behind them, and secure a much needed victory. Three months ago we played the Rebels at Donkey Lane, in better days, and edged past them 2-1 in a very close match which could have gone either way. Worthing are having an impressive first season in the Premier Division, and are currently 9th in the table, one point and two places behind Town, with two games in hand. They have also done well in cup competitions, particularly the FA Trophy where they beat Dagenham & Redbridge 1-2 away, before drawing 2-2 at home with Sutton United, and losing the replay 3-2 at Gander Green Lane after extra-time. Worthing play on a 3G pitch and have experienced drainage issues with it, since it was installed, which have resulted in the postponement of some matches. They hope to get it sorted at the end of this season. Be interesting to see how it plays for our match. Tomorrows match will definitely not be a stroll on the beach, and Town have little margin for error, if we are to keep our play-off hopes alive, and will need to be at their best to get points from this challenging fixture. We will also need to keep close tabs on the Rebels young striker Lloyd Dawes, who is quite a handful and has been scoring a lot of goals. All to play for. Good luck to Brad and the boys. Come on guys you can do it! See you there. 'COME ON YOU TOWN'
  5. After our impressive showing on the South coast last weekend, Town hit the road again tomorrow, this time to the East coast, where they will face mid-table Lowestoft Town in the Ryman Premier Division at Crown Meadow, fishing for maximum points to revive our play-off chances. Tomorrow afternoon would be a really good time to start putting the records right. In five previous games against the Trawler-boys, we have not yet managed to chalk up a win, home or away. Our record is three draws and two defeats. Everything points to another difficult match, but this time we are in with a reasonable chance. Since the turn of the year Lowestoft's form has been pretty patchy, and we will definitely be in with a fair chance, if we play with the same passion and determination shown at Worthing. Worth mentioning that back in December, Worthing won 0-4 at Lowestoft. Funny old game football! Let's hope we turn on the style tomorrow, with another quality performance and the right result. Best of luck to Brad and the boys. Come on guys give it your best shots! 'COME ON YOU TOWN'
  6. After last weekends resounding 1-5 victory at Wingate, that lifted us to 6th in the table, there is a good feeling of optimism around the club, as we look forward to welcoming Merstham to the Queen Elizabeth Stadium this Saturday, for another important Ryman Premier Division match. KO: 3.00pm. Our visitors are currently 22nd in the table, with a few games in hand on other basement sides, but have struggled on their travels, having only won one of 14 away matches played to date, an impressive 0-4 win at AFC Sudbury. Last season, their first in the Ryman Premier Division, the Moatsiders drew 2-2 with us at Donkey Lane, but we beat them 0-4 at Weldon Way. This season our away trip to Merstham was a much tighter affair, and we had to stage a dramatic comeback, from two goals down with ten minutes left, to draw 2-2 with late goals from Bobby Devyne and Ricky Gabriel. Town will approach Saturdays match in confident mood, following the demolition of Wingate, and the recent arrival of talented new signing Karl Oliyide, and will be looking to produce another top quality team performance to climb back into the play-off places. So, another exciting competitive match in prospect on a chilly afternoon. Keep warm, enjoy the match, and let's have plenty of loud vocal home support for Brad and the boys. Best of luck everyone. Bring it on! 'COME ON YOU TOWN'
  7. After Saturdays reverse at Donkey Lane, Town will be looking to get back to winning ways tomorrow (Tuesday) evening, when we travel to Imber Court to face Met Police in the Ryman Premier Division. KO: 7.45pm. The Blues are currently 19th in the table and have a mixed home record this season, winning 6, drawing 5, and losing 5 of their 16 matches at Imber Court. Teams who have won there to date, are Staines, Havant & Waterlooville, Hendon, Worthing, and Bognor. So far they are unbeaten at home in January 2017. Town will need to be at their best to win this match. We can expect another tough encounter on a ground where we have not registered a victory over the past four seasons. Tomorrow provides the perfect opportunity to put that right. We need to show we are serious contenders for the play-offs, by putting in a determined, energetic, high quality match-winning team performance, to secure three points. Good luck everyone. 'COME ON YOU TOWN'
  8. Weather permitting, we look forward to welcoming West Sussex side Burgess Hill to The Queen Elizabeth II Stadium, for our next Ryman Premier Division fixture. KO: 3.00pm. This is the Hillians second season in the RPD, and it would be fair to say they are having a bit of a tough time. Last season they finished 21st in the table, one place above the drop zone, whilst at the moment they are 20th, with matches in hand over the basement clubs. They visit us on Saturday without a win in their last seven league matches. To date they have only achieved one away league win this season, last month at Staines when they came away with a 1-2 victory. But,as we all know, there are no easy fixtures in this league, and our previous matches with the Hillians have been very close affairs, with all three matches finishing 1-0 in favour of the home team. Town are on a great run of form, and having just climbed into the Ryman Premier Division play-off places, they will be looking to make their extra quality pay dividends, against stubborn opponents at Donkey Lane on Saturday. Brad and the boys deserve plenty of home support and encouragement. Let's hear it for our guys as they target another three points! Good luck everyone! 'COME ON YOU TOWN'
  9. Tomorrow afternoon (Saturday 3.00pm) Town welcome AFC Sudbury to the Queen Elizabeth Stadium, with an opportunity to put the records straight, having lost 2-0 away to the Suffolk side, back in August, following their promotion to the Ryman Premier Division last season. Our visitors have made a decent start to their first ever season in the RPD, and are currently 16th in the table. They have won 4 of their 12 away matches, with wins coming at Grays, Merstham, Harlow, and Billericay. Town themselves are in excellent form, and have put in some fine performances over the festive period, taking seven points out of a possible nine, which has lifted us up to sixth in the table. To achieve our hopes of the play-offs we need to keep the momentum going, and Brad and the boys will be hell-bent on getting another three points from this match. The team will be boosted by the availability of Nathan Livings, following a lengthy injury lay-off. Welcome back Nathan! So an exciting match in prospect, and with Spurs playing on Sunday, let's hope we get a good turnout and plenty of loud noisy home support for Brad and the boys as they look to push-on up the table. I'm really looking forward to this one. See you there! 'COME ON YOU TOWN'
  10. Town will be aiming to build on their impressive run of league results when they host Staines Town, in the Ryman Premier Division, at the Queen Elizabeth Stadium on Tuesday evening (7.45pm). On Saturday, while Town were battling well to secure a hard-earned point against a very good Tonbridge Angels side, Staines were without a fixture and come to Donkey Lane on the back of a 2-5 home defeat by Leatherhead. Last season we did the double over the Swans, winning 2-1 at home and 0-1 away. Two months ago, we went to Wheatsheaf Park and drew 2-2, to secure our first away point of the 2016-17 season, with goals from Harry Ottaway and Samir Bihmoutine. The Swans are having a mixed season of ups and downs, but are currently 6th in the RPD table, one point ahead of Town in 9th place, who have played two games less. Town have a much better goal difference. The Surrey outfit have a decent strike rate, but appear to be leaking goals too easily. Towners will be hoping we defend well in this match, put away our chances, and snap up another three points. Should be a very entertaining evening. Good luck everyone. Let's do it guys! 'COME ON YOU TOWN'
  11. After two excellent away wins on the bounce in the past seven days, Town return to the QE2 Stadium this Saturday afternoon, when they host Tonbridge Angels in the Ryman Premier Division. KO. 3.00pm. Town are on a very good run in the league, having won six and drawn three of their last ten matches. They have delivered some strong team performances, against good opposition, not least last weekend when they travelled to the south coast and secured an excellent away win against table-toppers Havant & Waterlooville. Tonbridge Angels have made a good start to the season themselves, and are currently 8th in the RPD table, one point and two places ahead of Town, having played two games less. Last season they completed the double over us, winning 0-1 in our first home game of the season, and 3-1 in the return. Angels have a good history of success, and in the 2010-11 season they won the RPD play-off final to secure promotion to Conference South. They had three season in the higher division, before being relegated back to the RPD in the 2014-15 season. Town will be very keen to make home advantage tell in this match, to build on their impressive league form, as they look to climb the table and secure another three points from this challenging fixture. We have the momentum, but will need to work hard for a good result. Hopefully, we can replicate the intensity of our impressive victory over Havant. Good luck everyone. Let's have plenty of loud noisy home support for Brad and the boys! 'COME ON YOU TOWN'
  12. There's much truth in the old saying "When the going gets tough the tough get going". On Saturday, Town travel down to Hampshire to face league leaders Havant & Waterlooville in the Ryman Premier Division, and a tough challenge is definitely on the cards at Westleigh Park, in what will be the first ever meeting between the two clubs. The Hawk's moved top of the table on Tuesday evening, beating Billericay 0-2 away, having thumped them 5-0 at home in the FA Trophy last weekend. Havant are having a good season. They are in a strong position and are rightly considered genuine title contenders this term. Our opponents have an excellent home record to date, with 6 wins, 2 draws, and just one defeat. The only team to win at Westleigh Park so far is, surprisingly, Met Police who beat the Hawk's 1-2 in mid-October. After last weekends premature exit from the FA Trophy, Town will be looking to get back on track and make a statement of intent at Havant. To secure a place in the play-offs this season, these are the kind of matches that we need to win. It won't be easy, but it is far from impossible, if we step up to the table, deliver a high-energy performance, and take our chances. Best of luck to Brad and the boys. Go out and do yourself justice guys. It's "must win" for Town if we want to stay close to the top! See you there folk! 'COME ON YOU TOWN'
  13. Town entertain newly promoted Worthing FC in the Ryman Premier Division this Saturday (3pm), hoping to build on their dramatic FA Trophy win against Canvey Island last weekend. The Rebels have made a promising start to life in the RPD and after 16 matches are currently 8th in the table, 3 points ahead of Town who have one game in hand. They have had a number of successes on their travels, having beaten Hendon away 0-3, Kingstonian 1-3, and drawn 1-1 at Leatherhead. In the FA Cup 3rd Qualifying Round they were decisively beaten 6-0 by St Albans City at Clarence Park. It is quite a while since our paths last crossed, and by my reckoning it was probably at Goldsdown Road, back in September 2010, in the FA Cup 2nd Qualifying Round, when we edged a very tight game. Six years might have passed, but tomorrows match is expected to be just as close and competitive. If you are looking for a real-life heart-warming story, connected with our opponents, check out the story of George Dowell, their promising young player whose career was cut short in 2010, when he was just 18. George was a passenger in a serious car crash, which broke two vertebrae in his back, severing his spinal cord, paralysing him from the chest down, and confining him to a wheelchair. George was awarded substantial damages, and having heard Worthing FC were in a desperate financial position, he decided to help the club by donating a six figure sum and become the majority shareholder in the company. After spending 10 months in hospital recovering from the car crash, he is now using his misfortune to help others. A great guy, give him a big Enfield welcome if you see him at the match tomorrow afternoon. Good luck to Brad and the boys in this match. Let's go for it guys and deliver another three points! 'COME ON YOU TOWN'
  14. After an excellent result at Kingstonian earlier in the week, Town will travel in confident mood to The Frost Financial Stadium tomorrow (Saturday) to face Canvey Island in the Ryman Premier Division. This is a reverse fixture of our opening match of the season at the QE2 Stadium, when Tyler Campbell popped up with a late equaliser to secure us a deserved share of the points in a 1-1 draw. Last season we came away empty-handed from Canvey, following a 2-0 defeat. In the return match we balanced the books with a 2-1 home victory, with a brace from Tyler Campbell. Another tight match in prospect tomorrow, but Town will be hoping to put one over The Gull's, before we host them next weekend in The FA Trophy. All the very best to Brad and boys tomorrow. Hopefully, we will deliver another spirited performance, to chalk up our second away win of the week. Good luck everyone. Enjoy the match! 'COME ON YOU TOWN'
  15. Tonight we travel over to Kingsmeadow Stadium to face Kingstonian in the Ryman Premier Division. Back in August we beat the K's 3-0 at the QE2, in our fourth league fixture of the season. We can expect a much closer match this evening, with both teams looking to bounce back after defeats at the weekend. After a below par performance on Saturday against Wingate, it is a great opportunity for Town to up their game, show what they are capable of, get back on the winning trail again, and underline our play-offs ambition.. We all want Town to win tonight, so very best of luck to Brad and the boys. Let's deliver three precious points tonight guys! 'COME ON YOU TOWN'
  16. Another fiercely contested North London derby to look forward to at the QE2 Stadium tomorrow afternoon, when Town host near neighbours Wingate & Finchley in the Ryman Premier Division, look to consolidate their recent upturn in form. Matches against Wingate are always exciting, highly competitive, close encounters. Tomorrow will be no exception, and Town will need to play well to win this one. Last season Town secured the League double over Wingate, winning 2-0 at home and 2-1 away. Tomorrow the two sides go into this match separated only by goal difference. Town are 14th in the table, with a eight goal advantage over Wingate. A cracking match in prospect. Let's have plenty of loud noisy support and encouragement for Town, to make home advantage tell. Very best of luck to Brad and the boys. Here's to another high-energy performance and another three points to Town. T.E.A.M. > Together Everyone Achieves More 'COME ON YOU TOWN'
  17. This afternoon Town host Ryman Premier division newcomers Merstham, at the Queen Elizabeth II Stadium, in the first ever league meeting between the two clubs, so a very interesting match in prospect. Last season 'The Moatsiders' won promotion through the play-offs, and have made an impressive start to life in the Premier Division, currently occupying 13th spot in the table, six points ahead of Town, who have played five less matches. An intriguing encounter for both clubs, and Town really do need a win and three points from this match, if we are to make a serious challenge for the play-offs in the second half of the season. This will not be an easy match, and Town really will need to be at their best to win. Let's hear it for Brad and the lads in todays' game. Good luck everyone! 'COME ON YOU TOWN'
  18. Happy Valentine's Day everyone! A special occasion, and today we need a special performance from Town at the Queen Elizabeth II Stadium, as we host Billericay and look to avenge that 5-0 defeat at New Lodge back in December. The Blues are a decent side and have had some good results recently. They come to us sitting 11th in the Ryman Premier Division table, one point and place behind Town, so this afternoons encounter will definitely be a very competitive, close match. Billericay will be without their skipper Richard Halle, who is unavailable today, and Ryan Scott who is doubtful with a hamstring pull. With home advantage, a noisy home crowd behind them, and a decent playing surface, Town need to come out with all guns blazing and press home their advantage. Can Town serve up some 'Valentine's' delight of their own for the Enfield faithful ..........we're about to find out! Good luck to Brad and the boys. Let's do the business guys and make everyone happy!! GAME ON. 'COME ON YOU TOWN'
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