Tom Mundt, director of football at Molten Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division club…
…Broxbourne Borough, confirmed to Pitchero NonLeague that there is really good feeling around at the present time.
And no better example of this can be gleaned from success on the road at Haringey Borough on Saturday when, once again, Boro were down to the bare bones due to injury and illness but gave a really gritty performance to leave White Hart Lane with maximum points, thanks to strikes from Murat Karagul, Billy Sentence and Ivailo Dimitrov for 3-2.
Former St Patrick`s Athletic, Barnet and Grays Athletic player Mundt added: “It was a real bonus to have our prolific marksmen Murat back in our colours.
“We will now be pushing hard in the final two contests to equal our best ever SSML Premier Division placing of eighth.”
Mundt also mentioned his and Boro`s gratitude for the help given by Ryman League Division One North neighbours Wingate & Finchley – an outfit they had a very good rapport with thanks to the connections of present Boro boss Ashley Fisk, a former Wingate player.
Karagul was not getting a regular place at the Abrahams Stadium and it was beneficial for both Boro and Wingate that he got some games under his belt, especially with the season fasting running down to its conclusion.
Mundt, along with Fisk and number two Geoff O’Vell, also spoke in glowing terms of the performance of central midfielder Dan Broom, who showed real maturity in his best showing since signing earlier in the term from Potters Bar Town.
Mundt added: “After the upheaval here earlier in the campaign, a top ten finish will satisfy us, but a possible eighth spot would be the icing on the cake and now the immediate aim.
“A lot of dedicated hard work is going on behind the scenes to fully realise the club`s potential.”