St Panteleimon look to bounce back after unbeaten run comes to an end

PUBLISHED: 16:00 09 October 2018

St Panteleimon Nikos Salapatas in action (Pic: Alexios Gennaris)

St Panteleimon Nikos Salapatas in action (Pic: Alexios Gennaris)

Alexios Gennaris

St Panteleimon return to FA Vase action this weekend as they look to bounce back to winning ways after having seen their 20 month unbeaten run being brought to a halt.

The Saints will welcome Cray Valley to Greenford for their first round clash in the cup competition as they look to continue progressing.

They’ll also be keen to bag the £825 of prize money to help boost the club finances for their Middlesex Premier Division campaign.

They go into the clash on the back of a mixed week as they recorded their sixth straight win in a row in the Middlesex Premier Division with a 3-0 win against Hillingdon.

But then on the weekend the club’s long unbeaten run came to an end as they crashed out of the Alec Smith Premier Division Cup with a 2-0 defeat to Kensington Dragons.

The club also bid farewell to co-founder and captain Nikos Salapatas who left the club to move to China.

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