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he tide looks like it‘s well and truly turning at Evergreen FC as the South Way club‘s first


team recorded a very good September culminating in beating league leaders Belstone. They fought back from a poor start to the


season losing their first four games in the Herts Senior County League Division One to record two wins, a draw and a single defeat last month.


‘It’s still our goal to get promoted


and I’m confident we can do that’


First team manager, Gordon Wallis, believes


the recent run of form has created a feel good factor around the club. He said: ―There was never any negative feeling


here despite the sticky start. We now have a much more settled side and have a really good blend of youth and experience. ―I‘m pleased with the way things are going and


when you look at the league table there isn‘t much between third place and clubs in mid-table. ―It‘s still our goal to get promoted and I‘m


confident we can do that.‖ The highlight of September was the club‘s


victory against much fancied Belstone. Gordon said: ―It was a real end to end game


and we rode our luck at times. ―Dean Seabrook put us in front and we


defended the lead well against a very good side who were previously unbeaten and had only conceded one goal before we played them.‖ Wallis singled out 16-year-old goal keeper


Beau Quigley for special praise. ―He made a fantastic double save which kept


them out. He was fantastic,‖ he said. The reserve side also had a decent month with


positive results and an air of positivity surrounding the club. ―Training is always well attended and we have


players who want to join our teams. We‘re going in the right direction,‖ he said.


by Jerry Lyons


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