Hatfield Town win relegation six-pointer against Hanwell

16:08 21 February 2012


Hatfield's Terry Caswell, pictured left, scored a brace of penalties to guide his side to a vital victory (Picture courtesy of TRINITY MIRROR SOUTHERN)


HATFIELD Town secured a “massive” three points on Saturday as they defeated relegation rivals and bottom side Hanwell Town 2-1.

A brace of penalties and a majestic performance from Terry Caswell won it for the Gosling Stadium-based outfit.

The result sees the Blueboys move eight points clear of The Geordies in the South Midlands Premier Division after the huge six-pointer at Perivale.

Hatfield boss Darryn Stewart was clearly relieved to secure the victory.

“It was a massive three points against Hanwell, a really good result and hopefully it can give the lads more confidence to kick on and move away from relegation,” he said.

For further coverage, see this week’s Welwyn Hatfield Times.

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