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Home game against Kings Langley after we are reinstated in the competition.
It has been confirmed that Craig has left as manager of Ware to take on the job at Cheshunt after Steve Newing's departure from Theobalds Lane.
A series of personal thoughts from the seat of the tractor.
After an inspection the pitch was found to be too waterlogged for football.
16 players named for the match at the Len Salmon Stadium.
The paper work is complete on four new players.
The last in the series - enjoy and have a good Christmas
Biggest ever away win with Harry Blakes on a roll.
Goalkeeper, defender and attacker join as Craig boosts his squad.
From Port Vale to Ilford, six wins in ten matches on this date.
It may be the shortest day of the year but the theme of this day is the long gap both before we played on it and again since we last did.
Fate steps in to deny us victory over Hertford.
Midweek clashes set for January.
More Amateur Cup success.
Amateur Cup success becomes almost commonplace.
Seven up, twice!
Another frozen pitch, another blank Saturday and another midweek game to fit in.
Draws aplenty in the early years but 1969's abandoned cup game gives us the chance to advance in replay.
Ten matches and 92 years before a defeat on this date but what a beating it was.
Defeat to Hertford Reserves in 1935.
From Hertford to Berkhamsted via Fulham and Dulwich.
No draws in fourteen matches on this date and just four odd-goal defeats.
Players released and signed since Craig Edwards took over as manager.
12 goals in one game, our biggest score draw.
Three-nil three times on this date plus a league championship; and brothers, don't forget the brothers.
Wide man gets his half century of appearances against Tilbury.
Overnight frost has left the pitch unplayable after a referee's inspection.
Two good away wins and another at home to signal the end of an era.
Rapid start on this day in 2007.
Not a good day for Ware with just three wins in 16 games since 1895.
Change of manager in effort to re-energise Ware's season.
First and most recent games on this date see nine goals for Blues and none against.
The start of a curious run against St Albans.
Three good wins on this day as Blues gave home supporters a pre-Christmas treat.
Another six goal haul in a 19th century friendly but a possibly more significant three-nil win as Ware surged to promotion in 1967.
Eastbourne Town come a cropper in 1972 as Ware experience the joy of six.
The count down to Christmas has started. On each day of advent we will highlight big scores and big events on that day in the club's past.
Early death of man who played for and managed the club in the 1990s.
Match postponed after apparent player walkout.
Midfielder reaches appearance milestone in the recent home game against Hornchurch.
A daily look back to significant games on the current day's date.
Two wins on the trot lift the development side towards the top of their league.
Floodlight problems at Tilbury's Chadfields HQ mean that their ground is unavailable.
Their FA Trophy success means our home game with the Middlesex side will not now take place on the 25th November.
At this time of remembrance we recall those members of the club who died in the armed forces.
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