We can bounce back against Lions, says Daly
Tom Howard BUNTINGFORD Town chairman Richard Daly says the club are confident of bouncing back against London Lions on Saturday. Town slumped to their fourth straight defeat last weekend, going down at Bedmond S & S Club – who were bottom of the Herts S
BUNTINGFORD Town chairman Richard Daly says the club are confident of bouncing back against London Lions on Saturday.
Town slumped to their fourth straight defeat last weekend, going down at Bedmond S & S Club - who were bottom of the Herts Senior County League Premier Division.
Alex Cox scored his first goal for the first team, with Gareth Clarke and Phil Fisher also on target.
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However, Luke Capon's side lost 4-3 in what was a tight, entertaining affair.
Town are on their travels again on Saturday for their ninth away fixture in 10 games, with a trip to London Lions.
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A defeat for Town would push them out of the top five for the first time this season.
Daly said: "Although results haven't gone our way in recent weeks we are confident.
"We've already beaten the Lions once this season 3-2, and we're not worried that they are just a point behind, because we still have a game in hand.
"But it should be a good game."
# Buntingford Reserves entertain fourth-placed Evergreen Reserves at the Bury on Saturday, 2.30pm.