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Re: Middlesex Senior Cup

Postby jerroll » 10 Jun 2015, 14:16

natwilk wrote:Are Brentford in middx?

yes but haven't entered the senior cup for several years from what I understand.
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Re: Middlesex Senior Cup

Postby rudebwoyben » 10 Jun 2015, 14:16

Yep, the fake Bees are definitely in Middlesex geographically.
I don't know if they enter this competition though.
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Re: Middlesex Senior Cup

Postby kingoffootball » 10 Jun 2015, 14:23

I can see why some people found the HSC boring in recent years, but it is the oldest county cup, we are the record winners and some of our great players of the past graced it when it was viewed with higher prestige. I might be the only one, but I'm gutted that we will no longer be playing in it.
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Re: Middlesex Senior Cup

Postby hoppy » 10 Jun 2015, 14:31

Does this mean we are no longer affiliated to the Hertfordshire FA?
If we are now affiliated to Middlesex I wonder if they will use The Hive for the final?
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Re: Middlesex Senior Cup

Postby ShankBee » 10 Jun 2015, 14:32

Modernist wrote:
pgbee wrote:Last won by us in 1933 according to Wikipedia


1931–32 Barnet 0–2 Park Royal
Replay Barnet 4–3 Park Royal Replayed after protest

Wonder what that was all about.....anyone remember :-)


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Re: Middlesex Senior Cup

Postby Hiveoccupier » 10 Jun 2015, 15:02

hoppy wrote:Does this mean we are no longer affiliated to the Hertfordshire FA?
If we are now affiliated to Middlesex I wonder if they will use The Hive for the final?


Wembley is also in Middlesex - that would be a fitting venue for a final against Wealdstone or Enfield surely :-)
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Re: Middlesex Senior Cup

Postby barnet1958 » 10 Jun 2015, 20:42

Modernist wrote:
pgbee wrote:Last won by us in 1933 according to Wikipedia


1931–32 Barnet 0–2 Park Royal
Replay Barnet 4–3 Park Royal Replayed after protest

Wonder what that was all about.....anyone remember :-)


According to Lester Finch's book Park Royal played an ineligible player, Barnet protested, and the match was replayed. Both matches were played at Finchley.
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Re: Middlesex Senior Cup

Postby hobbitbee » 10 Jun 2015, 21:49

Modernist wrote:
pgbee wrote:Last won by us in 1933 according to Wikipedia


1931–32 Barnet 0–2 Park Royal
Replay Barnet 4–3 Park Royal Replayed after protest

Wonder what that was all about.....anyone remember :-)


Barnet Fc claimed that Park Royal had fielded two ineligible players in the original game and the Middlesex FA upheld their protest and ordered that the match be replayed. Barnet's goalscorers in the 4-3 win were Morris 2, Richardson, MacDonald. Arthur Morris is still the club's record goalscorer. Barnet also won the Athenian League title that season, having won it for the first time in 1930/31. The Barnet team included the great Lester Finch.
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Re: Middlesex Senior Cup

Postby Modernist » 11 Jun 2015, 07:48

hobbitbee wrote:
Modernist wrote:
pgbee wrote:Last won by us in 1933 according to Wikipedia


1931–32 Barnet 0–2 Park Royal
Replay Barnet 4–3 Park Royal Replayed after protest

Wonder what that was all about.....anyone remember :-)


Barnet Fc claimed that Park Royal had fielded two ineligible players in the original game and the Middlesex FA upheld their protest and ordered that the match be replayed. Barnet's goalscorers in the 4-3 win were Morris 2, Richardson, MacDonald. Arthur Morris is still the club's record goalscorer. Barnet also won the Athenian League title that season, having won it for the first time in 1930/31. The Barnet team included the great Lester Finch.


Nice one....
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Re: Middlesex Senior Cup

Postby emanbfc » 12 Jun 2015, 09:55

We are away to Staines Town in Round 2.
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Re: Middlesex Senior Cup

Postby anonbee » 12 Jun 2015, 17:00

Dates to be announced. Wonder if MA will take it seriously & use some squad players or if it'll be the Under-18s?

http://www.times-series.co.uk/sport/133 ... enior_Cup/
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Re: Middlesex Senior Cup

Postby hobbitbee » 12 Jun 2015, 22:04

Following on from Barnet's 1932 Middlesex Senior Cup win over Park Royal, the club retained the trophy in 1932/33 defeating..........Staines Town!!! Now there is a coincidence. Lester Finch was one of the scorers in the replayed final which Barnet won 3-1 having drawn the original game 1-1. Both games were played at Hampstead Town's ground in Cricklewood Lane.
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Re: Middlesex Senior Cup

Postby BeesKnees » 12 Jun 2015, 22:16

hobbitbee wrote:Following on from Barnet's 1932 Middlesex Senior Cup win over Park Royal, the club retained the trophy in 1932/33 defeating..........Staines Town!!! Now there is a coincidence. Lester Finch was one of the scorers in the replayed final which Barnet won 3-1 having drawn the original game 1-1. Both games were played at Hampstead Town's ground in Cricklewood Lane.


"Originally formed as Christ Church Hampstead in 1908, a year later the club became Hampstead Town FC. "Town" was then dropped from the title in 1926. Six seasons later another name change saw the club become Golders Green FC. In 1946 the present name of Hendon was adopted due to the ground lying within the Borough of Hendon (at the time)."

So is the Hampstead Town mentioned actually present day Hendon FC?
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Re: Middlesex Senior Cup

Postby hobbitbee » 12 Jun 2015, 22:24

Yes
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Re: Middlesex Senior Cup

Postby hobbitbee » 12 Jun 2015, 22:28

And there is a link between Hendon and Barnet in the way that there was another Hendon FC in the 19th century in the same way there ws a Barnet FC, but the difference is that the current Hendon FC don't see them as having anything to do with the current club. Unlike Barnet.
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