Fab five for the Swifts

PUBLISHED: 11:52 19 January 2006 | UPDATED: 17:11 11 May 2010

BISHOP'S Stortford Swifts FC thrashed Bushey Rangers 5-0 at home in the Herts Intermediate Cup Fourth Round on Saturday. The club are through to the semi-finals of the competition, and will play Knebworth at home on February 11. The Swifts are not in acti

BISHOP'S Stortford Swifts FC thrashed Bushey Rangers 5-0 at home in the Herts Intermediate Cup Fourth Round on Saturday. The club are through to the semi-finals of the competition, and will play Knebworth at home on February 11. The Swifts are not in action this weekend. - BISHOP'S Stortford Swifts Reserves beat White Ensign 2-1 in the Baliston Essex Olympian Reserve League Division One on Saturday. The reserves are currently seventh in the league table having taken 16 points from 10 league matches. On Saturday, the reserves host Manford Way. Kick-off is at 2pm. - SAWBRIDGEWORTH Town FC were not in action at the weekend. The club, based in Crofters End, are fifth in the Westview Essex Senior League Premier Division having taken 25 points from 16 games. On Saturday they are due to host bottom club Hullbridge Sports in a league match. Kick-off is at 3pm.

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