Town go in search of points

PUBLISHED: 15:10 26 March 2008 | UPDATED: 15:42 11 May 2010

BUNTINGFORD Town will be searching for their first win in three league games when they entertain Hertford Heath on Saturday. Despite a run of three defeats, Town have been showing signs of turning things around, with manager Luke Capon and assistant Paul

BUNTINGFORD Town will be searching for their first win in three league games when they entertain Hertford Heath on Saturday.

Despite a run of three defeats, Town have been showing signs of turning things around, with manager Luke Capon and assistant Paul Fisher pleased with their side's recent progress.

Saturday's game with 13th place Bovingdon was postponed due to the weather.

However, this week's game against Hertford Heath promises to be a tough match, with Heath coming to The Bury on the back of two wins and two draws.

Buntingford Town Reserve's game with Codicote Reserves also fell foul of the weather, with Tyrone Parry's team also in search of a win following five straight league defeats. Town travel to mid-table Hinton Reserves on Saturday.

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