Oct 4 2009 By Greg Burns
AMERSHAM Town conceded a late goal to lose 3-2 away at Kings Langley on Saturday.
The Magpies had to pull themselves back from 2-0 down after a woeful first half performance but were undone by a Nathan Poole goal on 80 minutes.
Town went into the game on the back of a 6-0 league victory last weekend but struggled from the outset with Dean Sinclair gave Langley the lead after five minutes.
Man of the match was Magpies goalkeeper Alvin Pickering who made a host of saves to ensure Town went into half-time only trailing by the solitary goal.
But the home side doubled their lead on 50 minutes through Lee Waryszniuk which finally kicked Town into shape.
They pulled a goal back five minutes later through a low drive by Kyle Anthony before equalising with a spectacular goal on 60 minutes.
A long throw from Rob Baker fell to Tobi Akin who, with his back to goal, scored with a overhead kick.
But all their good work was undone with ten minutes to go when Poole was able to skip past a lacklustre Magpies defence to score the winner.
Saturday, October 3
Spartan South Midlands Division One: Ampthill Town 1-3 Sport London e Benfica; Bedford Town Reserves 5-4 AFC Dunstable; Brache Sport Community 0-4 Holmer Green; Harpenden 0-0 Tokyngton Manor; New Bradwell St Peter 2-2 Stony Stratford Town; Sun Postal Sports 2-5 Buckingham Athletic.