On the warmest day of the year so far, The Blues ended King Langley’s 17 unbeaten match run to noisy appreciation from The Stable End Massive on Tuesday evening. Kardan Campbell opened the scoring for Hertford Town after 10 minutes and after deciding one just wasn’t enough, notched a second on the 40 minute mark. Louis Rose added his name to the scoresheet with a superbly taken penalty in the 68th minute.

The game also saw ex-Potters Bar centre-back, Jack Friend making his debut for The Blues along with the welcome return of Jimmy Martin after a brief sojourn at Hoddesdon.

There were celebrations all around at the final whistle especially from Vice President John Staines who celebrated his 83rd birthday with a home win.

Happy birthday John!!!

See the match page for the pictures, stats and line-up.

Next up for the Blues is away to Hillingdon Borough on Saturday, 11th April. Kick-off is at 3pm.

Come on you Blues!

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