AFC first team went to Coles Park and took on Haringey Borough in the shadows of the new ground of Tottenham Hotspur, but came away on the end of a three goal defeat.
Manager Mark Morsley included both Will Crisell and Max Booth in the starting line-up as they continued their comebacks from injury. There was no score at half time and at the start of the second period full back Darryl Coakley (pictured) had to come off with a knock and Mekhi McKenzie took over. Phil Kelly later was substituted as a precaution and Tom Maycock was his replacement.
The home side scored just after the hour mark, then again eight minutes later and added a third goal on the stroke of full time.
The attendance was 119, and after the lose AFC remain in eleventh place in the Bostik North table.
At King’s Marsh the spectators that attended both Reserve games were treated to a feast of football.
The Essex Senior Reserve side started the day off with a great 4-0 victory over Thurrock Reserves. This was followed by a tremendous advert for Thurlow Nunn First Division football the home side defeated Diss Town 6-1. There was some great flowing football and good goals as the Sudbury side showed just how the game should be played.
Updated 17:17 - 11 Mar 2018 by Tony Simpson