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Stevenage Borough .v. Rochdale
The magic of the FA Cup returns to Broadhall Way this Saturday as Boro entertain League Two side Rochdale in the second round. This is, of course, a massive match for both clubs as they will both dream of a possible Premiership team in the third round of the competition.
FA Trophy Draw
Stevenage Borough will play rivals Woking in the third round of the FA Trophy. The game will be played at Kingfield on Saturday 15th January 2005, just over five weeks after the teams meet at Broadhall Way in the Conference.
Stevenage 2-2 Forest Green
Two goals in the last two minutes by substitute Dino Maamria saw Boro capture an amazing comeback, although it has to be said it was harsh on strugglers Forest Green and they did deserve to win.
Scarborough 3-3 Stevenage
Stevenage made an excellent comeback to earn a draw with Scarborough, who are also challenging for a play-off place. The home side were remarkably 3-0 up inside nine minutes through goals from Chris Senior (2) and Kevin Nicholson.
Billericay Town 0-1 Stevenage Borough
A Ritchie Hanlon goal was enough to give Stevenage a place in the second round of the FA Cup, despite an excellent effort by Isthmian League side Billericay Town. Andy Woodman had an excellent game because of this.
Gravesend 2-1 Stevenage
Two late goals by French striker Moussa Sidibe were enough to beat Stevenage, and stretch Gravesend's unbeaten Conference run to 18 games.
Stevenage Borough 2-0 Tamworth
Boro notched up a deserved third consecutive victory, and clean sheet, by defeating Tamworth 2-0 at Broadhall Way with goals from Jon Brady and captain and top scorer, Jason Goodliffe.
Hereford United 0-1 Stevenage Borough
In the last two seasons when we have played Hereford at Egdar Street, they scored late goals. This was Boro's turn. Three and a half minutes of the four in stoppage time had gone, and up steps Michael Brough to smash home from 25 yards.
Stevenage Borough 5-0 Accrington Stanley
On the day that Britainís Olympic achievements soared, Boro struck gold with a five star performance of their own to earn their first three points of the season in spectacular fashion. Goals from Brian Quailey, Ritchie Hanlon, Jo Flack and two from the outstanding Jason Goodliffe gave Boro a win.
Stevenage Borough 0-1 Aldershot Town
A poor decision by the referee proved to decide a tight game between Stevenage Borough and Aldershot Town. The Shots were awarded a penalty six minutes into the second half, which Roscoe D'Sane converted to win it for them.
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