Eagles finished the season with local bragging rights after an excellent performance saw off champions Baldock Town.
The first half was a quick-paced open affair, with both teams having chances. Harry Holland missed the best of them for Eagles, but Morrison made no mistake from close range just before the break to give Baldock a half time lead.
Eagles came out fighting in the second half, and Jack Gregson struck a superb equaliser, cutting in from the right to hit a left footed shot into the far corner. Joe Tyler then got his second in as many games when he headed Sam Gittings cross home to give Eagles the lead. Baldock enjoyed good territory but never troubled Michael Johnson in goal, and this let Eagles pick them off on the break. With 20 minutes remaining, Gregson got his second after latching on to Jamie Platt’s pass to make it 3-1, and effectively seal the points. Holland then got in on the act, drilling a low shot across goal and into the far corner after a swift counter attack. Baldock’s Taylor grabbed a consolation at the end when he struck a left footed shot into the roof of the net from close range, but it was too late.
It was a promising result for Eagles, who will take confidence into the Aubrey Cup final against Met Police Bushey on Monday. Kick off is 6pm at theCountyGround.
Team: Johnson, Pennery,Tyler, Brown, Till, Cox (Antcliff), Pateman, L’Honore, Gittings (Platt), Gregson,Holland(Finan).