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More class chat form those Ware Boys!!!!


I have missed this weekly update.



Aiden Mynott, chairman of Ryman League Division One North club Ware, spoke to nonleaguedaily following his club`s 5-2 away success against Molten Footballs Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division side St Margaretsbury in a local Hertfordshire pre-season derby.


Mynott said was delighted with the fitness levels of the Ware players. This was in no small measure due to the collective organisational skills of his talented team boss Glen Alzapiedi (pictured), who had worked wonders in such a small space of time to enable positive vibes ahead of the 2006/07 campaign with the hosting of Tilbury on the season`s opening day.


He added that many positives came from the game and none more so than the performance of front runner Daryl Hanson - a player with a natural talent who had repeatedly suffered from injury in the past campaign.


Although not appearing on the scoresheet, Hanson had made a major contribution during the opening period before being substituted by Chris Ellerbeck at the interval.


Hanson provided valuable assists for all three Ware goals enabling a 3-1 lead during this period, thanks to a double strike from Steve Horsey and seasoned campaigner Andy Crawford.


The feature of Hanson`s play being his strength on the ball, never lacking conviction to take defenders on and going in where it hurts.


A double for front runner Horsey confirmed his growing reputation in the game following initial prominence in the Wodson Park outfit`s youth team before making way for John Frendo after 53 minutes.


Ahead of Tuesday evenings visit to Brimsdown Rovers and next Saturday`s home encounter with Windsor & Eton, the Hertfordshire outfit have kept on course for their most challenging season on record with a performance of quality that owed much to positive contributions both on and off the field of play based on hard work, no little ability and a definite game plan envisaged by their former Stevenage Borough midfielder Alzapiedi.

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