Back-to-back wins for Super Saints

PUBLISHED: 14:21 22 April 2008 | UPDATED: 13:12 06 May 2010

Bedwell Rangers 1 St Peter s 3 ST Peter s recorded a fine 3-1 win for the second week in succession as they continued their good form at Bedwell Rangers on Saturday.

Herts Senior County League Division One

Bedwell Rangers 1 St Peter's 3

ST Peter's recorded a fine 3-1 win for the second week in succession as they continued their good form at Bedwell Rangers on Saturday.

Saints were expecting a strong display against the struggling hosts. Strikers Sean Workman and Richard Ellis were missing but Saints got off to a flying start with Dan Cockerton firing home on three minutes.

The hosts almost found an equaliser before half time after the visitors had missed a number of good chances to wrap the game up.

Eventually the Saints took the pressure off with a second goal when Mark Savory headed home a cross from the right flank.

Bedwell battled on and replied with a goal from Taye Fagborun but sealed the points when Scott Ferguson headed home from a set piece.

Manager Mitch Morris was pleased with a second win on the bounce for his side but will be looking for more clinical displays in the final two matches of the campaign. Saints are chasing a respectable midtable position. They go away to Croxley Guild today (Thursday) and then finish the campaign on May 3 with a home match against Cuffley at Lemsford. Kick off is 3pm.


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