Help the Hatters and Matthew Todd . Saturday just gone not only saw an excellent win for County, but also saw Help the Hatters confirm another initiative aimed at supporting Alan Lord in his work to see the Club make progress on the park. Matthew Todd pre game at North Ferriby. Matthew Todd is a young player who has caught the County Manager`s eye, and Help the Hatters have agreed to meet the cost of Matthews wages for next season. That is the full extent of it....there is no `claw back’ clause as with the highly successful Rhys Turner deal, but again we felt that it is another move worth making and one likely to benefit Club and player! Car Boot Sales. Help the Hatters are now well into their stride with a season of Car Boot Sales at the Booth Street Car Park. Sunday 6 April saw Help the Hatters in action early doors as Angela Moore`s team swung into action. It was an early start for some of the team, who were on site circa 06.00....a time when more
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Then away to Edgeley Park they quickly walked For football and contemplation, And how they laughed as they stalked O`er a scene of desolation! The above is offered, with apologies to Chas Dickens ,for comprehensively murdering his `The Devils Walk’, to emphasise the extent of the drubbing handed out to Harrogate yesterday, and as a sincere tribute to what, in my view, was an exceptional County performance, on the last day of an interesting and challenging season in Conference North. OK maybe I overstate it a bit, but not by that much... desolation is not far short of accurately describing how it was for the blues opponents as, with captain Phil Jevons playing his final game in the blue and white, and County down to 10 men for much of the game, thanks to the unsurprisingly awful Paul Marsden( the referee). Harrogate simply could not shake the blues determination and eventually lost a game they thought they had won following a brilliant goal by Dominic Rowe, by the not u
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County`s Youth team fought out an excellent 0-0 draw in the un familiar surroundings of Park Road the home of Cheadle Town, today. It was a cracking match and having toured Yorkshire in search of one of any ilk earlier in the week, I for one was well pleased and not a little relieved, even though the venue had more than a touch of the building site about it with the main stand, long slaved over by teams of HtH painters, rapidly disappearing before our eyes! Kameron Palmer. County`s opponents were Guiseley, who had already beaten them twice this season, the last time by 6-1, and with Kingsley Charles , Ryan Dunne and Danny Dalton prominent early on another chastening lesson looked on for the blues. But for County Kameron Palmer stood up to the challenge well and with captain Leon Murphy covering the lively Luke Porritt on the other flank the first 5 or six minutes saw both teams probe the other looking for an opening that refused to come. Then one did....