United reserves ‘staying under radar’ despite promotion bid
Boss Sweeney says his developing side will keep pushing at the top but is glad ‘just to be in the mix’
is allowed us to test ourselves against bigger and better sides, but the promotion picture all depends on what happens in the leagues above.
“We’re not thinking of ourselves as promotion candidates though, it’s good just to be in the mix. We have a very young squad who are coming up against seasoned pros.
“We also work to a different remit – we’re all about developing players.
“We’re just going to stay under the radar and keep pushing.
“We’ve got a tough week coming up though, hosting Buckingham Athletic, who are unbeaten in eight games, on Saturday, and then Edgware on Tuesday. Those will be tough tests.”
Ashley Morrison netted twice in the win over London Tigers, while Che Kin To bagged the other goal.
In the Premier Division, Holmer Green slipped down to sixth after going down to a shock 5-1 defeat at Tring Athletic on Saturday, Dean Powles netting their consolation. They host Biggleswade United this Saturday.
In Division Two, Amersham Town were not in action this week and have another blank weekend, but return to action at unbeaten Kent Athletic on Tuesday night.
Chesham United Reserves’ Ashley Morrison netted two against London Tigers