Reserve champions collect medals

PUBLISHED: 15:27 16 May 2008 | UPDATED: 21:31 26 October 2009

Reserve team players celebrate their title success

Reserve team players celebrate their title success

TOWN S title-winning Reserve team players have collected their championship medals. Hatfield s second string under the guidance of manager Gary Doctor netted the Herts Senior County League Reserve Division One title ahead of their Met Police Bushey counte

Captain Kev White

TOWN'S title-winning Reserve team players have collected their championship medals.

Hatfield's second string under the guidance of manager Gary Doctor netted the Herts Senior County League Reserve Division One title ahead of their Met Police Bushey counterparts this season.

Doctor's men won the trophy by four points after losing only two games out of 24 in the league.

Captained by Kev White, they netted a bumper haul of 87 goals during the campaign.

Top scorer Matt Standen

Town conceded just 26 in return, which was the best defensive record in the division.

Among those to collect championship medals were skipper White, Reserve team Players' Player of the Year Darryn Stewart and leading marksman Matt Standen, who netted 25 league goals.

Most improved player Joe Brandon and Ryan Brandon were also part of the title-winning squad and collected medals.

Others to receive trophies were Robbie Browell, Jason Caswell, Robbie Cavallari, Jack Evans, Ade Hammill, Liam Lawrence, Steve Lengthorn, Stuart McDermott, Steve O'Boy, Ryan Smith, goalkeeper Michael Vye and Martin Wood.

Manager Doctor and match day secretary Neil Clixby also received medals.


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