Lions Juniors were in action prior to the festivities; here is all the news, plus Man of the Match nominations!
Archives for 2015
Lions Junior kicked off the 2015/16 season bathed in sunshine this weekend. Whilst the younger age groups have a slightly later start, several had friendlies. You can find a list of all the results below, followed by a list with all of the Man of the Matches nominated by each manager. We’ll make this a weekly… Read full article >
Nigel Burns has been crowned Lions’ 2014/5 Manager of the Year. Following unprecedented success with his Junior side, Nigel becomes the first manager to receive this award outside of the senior section of the club. Having been surprised with the presentation at the end of the Junior manager meeting, he was quick to praise others… Read full article >
Whilst the summer has seen our Junior teams have a well-earned break, Lions head of coaching Tony Gold has been busy preparing a crack coaching team for the new season After his first full season in charge, Gold has identified improvements and feels confident that we have the best coaching team Lions Junior section has… Read full article >
Correct as of 29th August (Photo courtesy of Marc Morris Photography)
Lions have been drawn to play The 61 FC at home in the Anagram Records Trophy – the prestigious regional cup covering Essex, Herts, Beds and Bucks. The 61 FC are Luton-based and currently play their football in Spartan South Midlands Division 2. The match will take place on 3rd October.
Whatever happened to the class of 1995? We find out what happened to the first ever Non-League ‘Lions’ team twenty years after the club’s forerunners, MALEX, made their debut in the Herts County Senior League in August 1995: Gary Blumberg (Goalkeeper) The Cat was a truly inspirational captain in thew club’s debut season. The popular South… Read full article >
Lions legends look back on 20 years With Lions first ever game on the football pyramid 20 years ago, we caught up with three guys who played that day, and who are STILL plying their trade in a blue shirt, having given the club 20 years of unbroken service. Craig Henry, Bradley Lazarus and Danny Reuben all were part of… Read full article >