About Match

Jamie Collins made 5 changes in the hope to get his first win of the season.

St Albans took the lead in the first half with a sweet strike from Dylan Fage.

Janneh levelled the scores in the second half and it looked as though the Hawks were going to kick on, but a header at the back post from Rasulo made it 2-1.



It was a quick start from our visitors, and they tested Worner inside three minutes but the Hawks held firm.

The Hawks had a couple of opportunities on the attack with Busari missing the target a couple of times.

St Albans took the lead courtesy of Dylan Fage whose shot from outside the box flew into the top right corner of the net.

Busari had a couple of opportunities level the score but was unlucky. James had a chance to make it two, but it was collected by Worner.

HT – Hawks 0, St Albans 1

It was a good start to the half from JC’s men, the Saints failed to deal with a corner, Willson whipped in a cross and Janneh was there to smash it home.

Hawks put on the pressure at the beginning of the second half with a couple of close opportunities.

The Hawks carried on piling on the pressure but couldn’t quite make it two. Faal made an impact but his strike flashed over the bar.

St Albans punished the Hawks with a late goal, Rasulo nodded in what turned out to be the winner in the 90th minute.

The Hawks kept pushing until the very end but it wasn’t to be, and its three defeats from three for JC.

 FT – Hawks 1, St Albans 2

 Hawks XI: Worner, Innocent, Janneh, McCarthy, Mehew (64’), Busari (71’), Willson, Jewitt-White, Blair (79’), Deacon, Roberts

 Hawks Subs: Berry, Oastler, Kealy (71’), Faal (64’), Baker (79’)

 St Albans XI: Johnson, James, Brown, Smith, Bowry, Clark, Rasulo, Weiss, Georgiou, Fage, Hoddle

 St Albans Subs: Jeffers, Dunn, Carlyle, Wyatt, Da Silva