Howard nets sixth league goal as Magpies draw

PUBLISHED: 18:39 06 October 2008 | UPDATED: 13:37 06 May 2010

Richard Howard in action on Saturday

Richard Howard in action on Saturday

Molten Spartan South Midlands Premier Division Colney Heath 1 Kingsbury London Tigers 1 RICHARD Howard scored his sixth goal of the season as Colney Heath drew 1-1 with Kingsbury London Tigers on Saturday in the Premier Division. Striker Howard followed

Molten Spartan South Midlands Premier Division

Colney Heath 1 Kingsbury London Tigers 1

RICHARD Howard scored his sixth goal of the season as Colney Heath drew 1-1 with Kingsbury London Tigers on Saturday in the Premier Division.

Striker Howard followed up his double to sink Biggleswade Town the week earlier, with the opener to put new leaders Tigers behind.

The Tigers roared back with a strike from Tarik Ellekhlifi to secure a point but the draw made it seven league games unbeaten for the Magpies.

Colney Heath host Oxhey Jets on Tuesday (October 7) in what promises to be an entertaining clash at the Recreation Ground. Kick off is 7.45pm and management duo Wesley Awad and Scott Lacey will hope for a good crowd to cheer on their young side.

The Magpies Under 18s are in FA Youth Cup action on Wednesday, October 8 at the Recreation Ground when they host Boreham Wood.

Colney Heath beat Chelmsford City 3-1 in the previous round. Ryan Fahy scored a stunning 40-yard goal and Piers Lawford and Jack Roberts also scored. Kick off for the Youth Cup tie is 7.45pm.


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