Saracens double sinks Wanderers

PUBLISHED: 12:51 22 November 2007 | UPDATED: 15:19 12 May 2010

Saracens 2 Buntingford Wand 0 DESPITE a positive start to their first season in the Hertford and District League, mid table Buntingford Wanderers could not find their form against battling ­Saracens. The visitors eventually slipped to defeat against a

Saracens 2

Buntingford Wand 0

DESPITE a positive start to their first season in the Hertford and District League, mid table Buntingford Wanderers could not find their form against battling ­Saracens.

The visitors eventually slipped to defeat against a strong Saracens side despite creating a few chances of their own.

Manager Tony Dent said: "We had some good possession in places and despite playing well it was just one of those days!"

- Buntingford Wanderers' next game is away to Baldock Cannon in the Herts Junior Cup on Saturday, December 1.

Buntingford Wand Res 4 Roydon Spartans 1

TWO Tom Davey strikes put Buntingford Wanderers on the road to victory on Saturday for their fourth league win of the season.

A strong Roydon side were seen off by two well-taken Davey strikes, and further efforts from Will Clarke and J Hayes.

Captain Steve Dare put in a man-of-the-match performance with some solid tackling and pin-point passing from midfield, with his well-flighted corner finding the head of Clarke for the hosts' first early on.

Manager Derek Brand said: "The team played some of their best football of the season, and with performances like this there should be no reason why we cannot continue to climb the league table.

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