BRAINTREE Town manager Brad Quinton says Hemel Hempstead are another Vanarama National League South side who his Iron team “owe one to” and they will be looking to set a record straight on Saturday. A kamikaze six-minute spell early in the second half in the reverse fixture at the Tudors in September saw the Iron surrender a lead as they conceded three goals on their way to a 4-3 defeat.
WHILE he was disappointed with how his team conceded a first-minute goal at Chippenham Town, Braintree Town manager Brad Quinton was pleased with how his players responded to the early setback. After the hosts had scored almost from the opening kick-off, Braintree came back into the game and a goal by Reece Grant saw them extend their unbeaten run to five games in Vanarama National League South.
WHILE he and his Braintree Town Reserves team-mates are taking nothing for granted, striker Joe Jones feels they can still target a top-three finish in Thurlow Nunn League division one this year. Jones was on target twice as the Young Irons beat Debenham LC last weekend and they head into Saturday’s trip to Diss Town sitting sixth in the table and just ten points behind third-placed Swaffham Town.
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