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4 years ago
Haverhill's season ended on a sour note as they were on the worse share of three first half goals against Walsham.
Haverhill converted one of the few chances that came their way to take all 3 points at Thetford, who will count themselves unlucky
Three goals in eleven minutes in the second half killed off this game for Haverhill with a score line that flattered Newmarket.
A comfortable 2-0 win for Haverhill gave them their first win at home for three games and condemned Woodbridge to finishing in the bottom three
An uninspiring display from Haverhill ended with promotion chasers Brightlingsea completing the league double over them.
An enthralling game that was 2-2 at the break ended with the visitors controlling the second half and taking all three points.
Two exquisite strikes from the most unlikely of sources helped Haverhill to their second win in succession,
Proof that luck evens out in a season was evident in this game, a good goal denied for the away side in the reverse fixture cancelled out
Haverhill seemed to be coasting to victory over their Norfolk opponents as the first half drew to a close;
Haverhill's bad run continued as Mildenhall made it 3 wins out of their last 4 matches.
Haverhill's poor run continued and became 5 defeats in 6 games as they went down to a Kirkley side that recorded their first win in 9.
A game that was a slave to the wet and windy conditions ended with a solitary first half goal proving to be enough to give Stanway the win.
An entertaining top four battle ended with Gorleston being the victors with a single first half goal
Haverhill moved in to second place in the table and brought their two game losing streak to an end, although a serious injury
Haverhill suffered their biggest competitive loss this season at a drenched Brightlingsea after some deadly finishing from the hosts.
Haverhill Rovers missed the chance to go second in the Thurlow Nunn League Premier Division as CRC avenged their earlier home defeat with a 2-1 win
Haverhill broke their bad streak at Brantham to pick up their first points there in well over a decade thanks to a late goal from Andrew Ofosu.
Haverhill made it four wins on the bounce, their loss before then being at Felixstowe in the reverse of this fixture,
A big victory for Haverhill came after Clacton had two players sent off and their manager from the dugout in a day that will sadly be remembered
Haverhill moved up to third in the table as they abolished the memory of their midweek loss to take all three points at Norwich.
Haverhill crashed out of the League Cup, two poorly conceded goals near the end of the first half
Haverhill ended their run of two straight defeats to inflict Mildenhall’s first after five consecutive wins.
This was a case of two Saturdays against two teams called “United” and two only goal losses for Haverhill,
A highly competitive, high tempo match went in Hadleigh’s favour with a 60 second spell proving to be the turning factor of the game.
Haverhill made it 3 wins out of 3 in a week as they easily defeated their Essex foes.
Haverhill completed a four day double over CRC, this two goal victory taking them into the second round of the League Cup.
An excellent first half display paved the way for Haverhill to get all three points,
After beating high flying Gorleston Haverhill are now three games without a win, their latest failing being at the hands of Godmanchester Rovers.
5 years ago
Haverhill only snatched a point from Clacton but ended a run of three consecutive defeats since their opponents were promoted back in to the division.
The curse of the green kit again haunted Haverhill as they lost their first league game of the season at Walsham.
This big match up saw an impressive display by the hosts giving them a comfortable win over their Norfolk opponents.
Haverhill upped their game for this tie but weren’t quite able to overcome Leiston from two divisions higher.
It was another goal fest at The New Croft with Haverhill beating Brantham Athletic in a game that could easily have gone either way.
The end of this tie saw Haverhill go into the next round after an enthralling match.
Haverhill took three points from a young Woodbridge side in this game despite putting in one of their worst performances this season.
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