Hatfield Athletic boss praises 'amazing' players after Bingham Cox success

Hatfield Athletic celebrate winning the Bingham Cox Cup.

Hatfield Athletic celebrate winning the Bingham Cox Cup. - Credit: HATFIELD ATHLETIC FC

Hatfield Athletic manager Chris Maloney praised his "amazing" players after a historic Bingham Cox Cup success.

The Herts Senior County League Division Two side are a relatively new club but beat Bedmond United 4-0 in the final held at The Recreation Ground, home of Colney Heath.

They got one before half-time, Jordan Foster setting up 18-year-old Casey Zwager and after an excellent save from Andrew Spencer to deny Bedmond one-on-one, Dom Webb headed home a Rob Frame corner for 2-0.

That became three just a few minutes later, Josh Dickinson scoring after a ball forward from Craig Whichelow, and substitute Aman Ghebru wrapped it up 20 minutes from time.

Maloney said: "This is a historic day for this club and the players. We started this club as a group of 21-year-olds, and our first two seasons were cut short by COVID.

"To get to a cup final at the first opportunity and to go on and win it is something special.

"The players are amazing, this group has a special bond, and it really made the difference to get us over the line.

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"This is the second oldest cup in Hertfordshire and to see our club's name go in the history books is amazing.

"I want to say a massive thank you to all the players, and everyone who works hard in the background - my assistant Brad Martin, my parents Chris and Jo and so many others who put so much work in behind the scenes."