Meakin gets his man

‘We have good feel­ing now’ SYCOB boss signs long-term tar­get Henry on loan

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - SPORT - By Jon Batham tms-sport@trin­i­tymir­ror.com

LUKE Brooks-Smith be­lieves Chal­font St Peter have found their feet again af­ter pick­ing up only their sec­ond point from seven games on Satur­day, Keith.

The Saints, hav­ing pro­pelled them­selves into South­ern One Cen­tral play-off con­tention be­fore Christ­mas, have dropped back into midtable fol­low­ing seven games with­out a win since the new year.

But Brooks-Smith who re­turned to the club in 2012 fol­low­ing a spell coach­ing in Amer­ica, saw shoots of re­cov­ery in Satur­day’s goal­less draw against North­wood.

He said: “We’ve strug­gled with con­fi­dence since the Christ­mas break and been on a bit of a bad run, so it was just find­ing our feet again, and we did that to­day. It was prob­a­bly one of the most en­ter­tain­ing draws I’ve played in as both teams tried to play foot­ball and get the re­sult. Even against Bedworth last week we lost but put on a good show, get­ting the ball down and mov­ing round. “Ev­ery­one is buzzing and e have a good feel­ing once again. It’s bet­ter than when we went on a four-game os­ing run, but we need to win a few back-to-back. I know it a cliché, but we’ll take ev­ery me as it comes and do the t things at the right time to we push on.” Jack Wal­dren, mak­ing his first start since join­ing from Hitchin, came clos­est to break­ing the dead­lock when he struck the bar for Chal­font, while Adam Pepera made his sec­ond Saints de­but, hav­ing re­turned from Uxbridge.

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