Boreham Wood Football Club are enjoying their best 2 week period, since winning promotion to the Conference South Division via the play offs last May.

Last Sunday the Clubs U16s, successfully came through their Hertfordshire County Cup semi-final with a 2 – 1 win over Sun Postal and remain top of their league.

The Clubs two elite PASE U18 teams, have both won league games, to top their respective Southern Counties Floodlit Youth Leagues.

Also ‘Woods’ young reserves, who are made up from the Clubs successful U19 PASE Scheme, have won another three league games. They now sit with a 12 point lead at the top of the Suburban league, as they hope to close in on the League title.

Even more critical for the whole Clubs progression, is the 1st teams continued good form. As they put 4 very important points on the board with a deserved 1 – 1 draw at Bromley and a 1 – 0 home win over Basingstoke. This has now put daylight between ‘Wood’ and the other teams at the bottom of the Conference South League.

Last but certainly not least, the Clubs College elite U19s, travelled the length of the country, to play Gateshead regional in the All England National College Cup Quarter Final. They put in a wonderful performance and deservedly ran out 2 – 0 winners.

The College U19s, then travelled to Lilleshall to play the College Cup favourites Walford & North Shropshire in the semi-final. Where they eventually succeeded after a penalty shootout, to book their place in the All England College National Cup final…

Chairman Danny Hunter said “I’m delighted with the Club progression after years of planning and hard work. However all the accolades must go to my managers, coaches, medical department and our players. They have all shown incredible Attitudes, Discipline and Desire which has given them the platform to succeed and the confidence to win football matches”.