|Date||2nd December 2017|
|Competition||Herts Centenary Trophy|
|Kick-off Time||3:00 pm|
|Result||Won 3 ‐ 0|
Holders Lions made it through to the last 4 of the Herts Centenary Trophy with a regulation win at home to Knebworth.
Playing lower league opponents, Andy Landesberg shuffled his pack with injury and suspension also playing a part and welcomed back Adam Lipman and Tyler Smith to the starting XI.
It didn’t take long to take the lead when after five minutes Austin Lipman fired in a free kick from a wide position which outfoxed the ‘keeper and nestled into the back of the net.
On the stroke of half time it was that man Austin Lipman again, who made it 2-0 with a trademark finish from 20 yards.
Lions came out and made it three early in the second half when Mitch Hahn scored from close range, and that was enough to secure a three-goal win against their Herts County League opponents.
Lions now face the Ware Sports in the semi-final as the opportunity for a back to back Herts Centenary Trophy win is definitely on the radar.