Potters Bar’s men lost for just the second time in East Hockey League Premier B with a narrow 2-1 reverse at home to St Albans.
A superb and clinical first-half laid the foundations for a well-deserved return to winning ways for Potters Bar Town away to Merstham.
Wins on the road are required for both Potters Bar Town and Welwyn Garden City if they are to progress in this year’s FA Trophy.
Luke Tingey says the good times could be just around the corner for the ever-improving Potters Bar Town.
Lee O’Leary was certainly kept on his toes for the duration of Potters Bar Town’s 1-1 draw with Lewes but was heartfelt in his praise after a true backs-to-the-wall performance.
Potters Bar Town produced a fabulous back-to-the-wall performance as they survived over 85 minutes with 10 men to claim a 1-1 draw with Lewes.
Welwyn Garden City returned to winning ways thanks to a much better display and 3-1 win over St Albans.
A solitary goal was enough to condemn Potters Bar Town to defeat in the Isthmian Premier Division.
This year will go down as one with many firsts and novel historical moments and Potters Bar Town can now add one of their own – after they became the first side to beat Cray Wanderers in a league match during 2020.