Bostik Premier: Haringey Borough line-up several home games for pre-season schedule

PUBLISHED: 15:00 11 June 2018

Leyton Orient's Jobi McAnuff looks to get past Haringey Borough opponent Anthony McDonald (pic: Simon O'Connor).

Leyton Orient's Jobi McAnuff looks to get past Haringey Borough opponent Anthony McDonald (pic: Simon O'Connor).

Simon O'Connor Photography

One of the few away games Tom Loizou’s side will play this summer will be at Southern League Premier South outfit Hendon

Haringey Borough have revealed their schedule for pre-season ahead of the 2018/19 campaign in the Bostik Premier.

Tom Loizou’s team, who sealed promotion with a 3-1 play-off final victory over Canvey Island in May, will play seven games ahead of their debut term at step three on the non-league pyramid.

Borough will begin the summer with a home match against Coggeshall Town on July 7 with the Bostik North new boys visiting Coles Park for a 3pm kick-off.

A few days later, on July 10, Haringey will entertain Spartan South Midlands League Division One outfit Enfield Borough (7.45pm start).

The next match for the north Londoners will see them welcome Royston Town to Coles Park for a 3pm kick-off on July 14.

Former Spurs youth and Orient midfielder Steve Castle managers the Crows, who play in the Southern League Premier Central.

Old foes Cheshunt will be the next team to visit Coles Park on July 17 for a 7.45pm with the two former Bostik North clubs in different divisions as the Ambers have been moved to the new Bostik South Central now.

Saturday July 21 will see Haringey make their first trip of pre-season as they travel to Silver Jubilee Park to take on Hendon, of the Southern League Premier South, for a 3pm start.

A week later they will visit Waltham Abbey, formerly of the Bostik North and now in the Bostik South Central with Cheshunt, for a 3pm kick-off on July 28.

Loizou’s team will conclude pre-season at home to Southern League Division One East outfit Barton Rovers on August 4 (3pm) ahead of the new campaign, which begins on August 11.

After finishing the 2017/18 term with 10 consecutive wins, Borough will aim to carry it on in the Bostik Premier.

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