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BARNET FOOTBALL CLUB
BARNET FOOTBALL CLUB

The coming season will see Luton compete in the Football League for the first time in six years after running away with the Conference in 2013/14, equaling Aldershot Town’s record points haul of 101 from 2007/08 and wrapping up the title with three games to spare.
The Hatters have certainly had a busy summer as they seek to maintain their League status. John Still recently signed 22-year-old defender Luke Wilkinson for a second time, having recruited him for Dagenham & Redbridge back in 2010. Also strengthening the back line is 30-year-old Paul Connolly, signed on a free after representing Millwall in the Championship and Crawley Town in League One last season.
 
Another former Crawley player joining the Hatters is midfielder Adam Drury, signed on a two-year deal for £100,000 having already spent a season with Luton in 2010/11.
Still has also sought to increase his firepower up front with the addition of two prolific strikers from non-league. Boston United striker Ricky Miller has been signed on a one-year deal having netted 28 times in all competitions for the Millers last season, while 28-year-old Ross Lafayette, scorer of 17 goals last term, has also joined after rejecting a new deal with Welling United. 
The Bees met Luton twice last season in quick succession during the festive period, losing 2-1 on both occasions. The Hatters raced into a 2-0 lead at The Hive on Boxing Day, with Jon Nurse seeing red on the stroke of half-time before Jake Hyde pulled one back on 69 minutes. The return fixture at Kenilworth Road on New Year’s Day followed much the same pattern, with Jake Hyde grabbing a second-half consolation goal after Andre Gray and Paul Benson had put Luton in control.