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Category Archives: Hitchin Sport

It is that dreaded time of year for football fans. Whilst summer is soon to be upon us meteorogically, footballistically, we about to enter the deepest, darkest depths of winter. The post season hibernation period which this season runs until August has begun for non-league football fans (there is not...
There was something to cheer on this rather damp and cold night. After the chairman’s introduction and summary of our season we saw the first awards handed out. The Gerald Lincoln Memorial Trophy went to Jack Green and Isaac Galliford, our England ‘C’’ International received the...
ONE FIXTURE Saturday 13 April home to Lowestoft League kick off 3.00pm. There is no midweek fixture. PLAYER NEWS Josh Bickerstaff will be unavailable until the Banbury game. Jay Dowie faces a fitness test ahead of the Lowestoft game. Matt Nolan will return to the squad for the Lowestoft game after a...
  Bedworth United came to Top Field today hoping for a stay of execution, but their 4-1 defeat consigns them to relegation, but they deserve full credit for going down rather gallantly and playing a good deal better than the score line suggests. Hitchin were indeed a little cautious as this was...
  FIXTURES Saturday 16 March – Away to King’s Lynn in League – kick off 3pm. Coach leaves at 10:30am. Wednesday 20 March – Home to Coalville in League – kick off 7:45pm. PLAYER NEWS Michael Johnson is suspended for the King’s Lynn game – a replacement will ...
  PLAYER NEWS Lewis Ferrell received a two match suspension for his red card against Rushall. He will miss the games at Halesowen and Kings Lynn. Dessie Da Silva has relocated to Newcastle. We wish him well in his future football career. Harry Draper missed the Tamworth game with tonsillitis. He...
Yes, it was a bizarre winning goal, with comedic overtones and could easily have been prevented if the goal keeper Liam Castle had elected to gather the ball to his chest and not try to clear it on the half volley. It turned out to be the only goal of the game and it saved it from being a fairly dull,...
FIXTURES Saturday 16 February away to Barwell League kick off 3.0pm. Coach leaves at 10.30am. Tuesday 19 February home to Royston Town Herts Charity Cup SF kick off 7.45pm. Prices for this game have been reduced to £6 for adults, £4 for concessions and £2 for teenagers. There is a...
TWO FIXTURES Saturday 26th January – away to Leiston League – kick off 3.00pm – coach leaves at 9:45am. Wednesday 30th January – home to Coalville League – kick off 7:45pm. PLAYER NEWS Jack Green missed the Kings Lynn game after being involved in a car crash. He hurt his...
Suffolk has not been the happiest of hunting grounds for the Canaries with losses at Lowestoft and Needham Market, but today, at Victory Road that trend was reversed, but it was perhaps the most difficult of the three most recent games. But it must be said that once again Hitchin have defeated a team...
What better way for Hitchin to end a losing sequence of seven consecutive league defeats by beating the league leaders? They did this by coming from behind after ‘gifting’ their opponents a goal after just nine minutes. When I arrived at Top Field I had some brief words with manager Mark...
Whilst statistics do not lie they sometimes cloud the issue to a small degree. Yes, this was another defeat in our dark day sequence, but it was a truly gutsy performance, painfully undone by a simply magnificent opening goal and a well-taken second goal that exploited poor marking. Both these goals came ...
FIXTURES Saturday 12 January Away to St Ives League kick off 3.00pm. There is no coach to this game. Tuesday 15 January Away to Stratford League kick off 7.45pm. Coach leaves at 3.30pm. Please note that coach tickets now need to be purchased online. Please see here for full details. PLAYER NEWS We are...
Bottom-placed Barnet Elizabethans visited Old Hale Way on 5 January for the first league match of 2019 and gave their hosts a real wake up call.  Leading at halftime by two tries to one, they were forced to stand down a player after 20 minutes of the second half due to injuries to their front row,...
This fifth consecutive league defeat proved harrowing, especially since the Canaries had come from a two goal deficit to take a remarkable lead and then concede twice to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory, if I may be permitted a hackneyed phrase. The corresponding figure had also thrown up a...
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