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Preview: Boreham Wood (A)

24 February 2023

It’s the second of three away trips in a span of seven days for United, with a visit to Boreham Wood next up for Jimmy Dean’s side this weekend, after defeat in North Wales against Wrexham on Tuesday.


Click here for ticket details ahead of Saturday, February 25th’s (3pm kick-off) clash away at Boreham Wood.

Tickets will also be available on matchday, with cash and card payments available on the turnstiles.


Jimmy Dean (click here to read | click here to watch on Iron Player).

Tom Pugh (click here to read | click here to watch on Iron Player).


United reported no fresh injury worries ahead of the game, although Danny Elliott is unable to play as part of the transfer agreement bringing him to the Iron from Boreham Wood.

Aaron Chapman returns to contention after missing Tuesday's game at Wrexham due to the birth of a child.

Marcus Carver (groin) continues to miss out.


Boreham Wood come into the fixture nine unbeaten in league competition, picking up four wins and five draws along the way.

Their previous three previous three fixtures against Solihull, Halifax and York have all resulted in 1-1 draws.

The side from southern Hertfordshire currently sit in ninth position, and four points adrift of the play-off positions with a game in their favour.

Luke Garrard’s side have registered 11 wins and 13 draws from 31 games so far this season, making them the second-highest drawn side in the division.

Garrard’s side fall out of the Isuzu FA Trophy at the first attempt too, succumbing to a 2-0 defeat away from home against Southend back in December.

For more information on our visitors, click here.


The referee will be Wayne Cartmel, assisted by Charles Martland and Stuart Kane. The fourth official will be Craig Charles.


Supporters purchasing online will be buying an admission ticket to the stadium on the day of the game, with option to choose seating or standing on arrival. Meadow Park has an open terrace and up to 600 seats for away fans, where necessary.

Visiting supporters to the LV BET Stadium Meadow Park will be located at the South End of the ground, accessible via turnstiles 6 & 7.

Visiting supporter toilet facilities are located in the South West corner of the Stadium, whilst catering/refreshments are available from the middle of the South terrace via Boreham Wood’s Stadium catering partners Chloe’s Pie & Mash.

Boreham Wood state that no supporter parking is available at the LV BET Stadium Meadow Park.

Boreham Wood advise supporters coming to the Stadium to park in Brook Road Public Car Park (postcode: WD6 5HQ, parking charges may apply), where access to the Stadium is available from this car park via the South Stand Turnstiles.

Alternative parking is also available via the Hertsmere Council Civic Car Park (postcode: WD6 1WA, parking charges may apply) according to the club, which is less than a 5-minute walk to ground.

The club also state that the clubhouse on a matchday is for home supporters only, meaning Iron supporters looking for a drink will have to head elsewhere towards the town centre.


The game against Boreham Wood will be available to stream internationally only, with the home side’s commentary set to be provided.

International supporters can subscribe here to start streaming National Division matches, including prior full match replays which are hosted, and can be watched, on National League TV for free.

To help the Iron profit, you need to nominate 'Scunthorpe United' as your club in the sign-up process.


Our full record against Boreham Wood is as follows:

2022-23 - Sat Sep 3 NAT LG Iron 0-2 Boreham Wood  

Our full record against Boreham Wood is as follows: 

LEAGUE 0 0 1
FA CUP 0 0 0


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Match Reports

Report: Boreham Wood 2-0 Iron

25 February 2023

The Iron were defeated 2-0 away from home at Boreham Wood in the Vanarama National League on Saturday afternoon.

There was little to separate the two sides at the LV Bet Stadium until a quickfire double from the home side ensured victory for Luke Garrard’s men.

It was an even game for both sides in the opening exchanges until the Iron’s Jake Leake looked to break ground early in the first real transition of play.

Leake’s eighth minute interception down the left-hand side of the pitch saw the defender drive the length of the pitch into the opposition’s area, but just running out of grass as the cross loomed.

Boreham Wood then hit back with the first corner of the game just a few minutes later. The first cross was dealt with by the Iron but the second ball into the area was met by a Wood player who helped it wide for a goal kick.

Captain Andrew Boyce denied Boreham Wood a clear-cut chance in the 18th minute when space opened up for striker Lee Ndlovu to be played through, which was done by the midfielder, but the heavy touch allowed Boyce to hook clear for United.

Space opened up again for Boreham Wood just two minutes later when a quick break saw Zak Brunt take one touch before unleashing a strike wide of the mark.

Ndlovu and Brunt then linked up again in the 24th minute with a one-two down the right side of the pitch resulting in the striker charging towards goal and blasting over Chapman’s net.

The Iron won their first corner of the game in the 28th minute when Leake’s throw-in was turned away by the Boreham Wood defence, but the resulting corner was dealt with in the end.

Ndlovu was again at the forefront of Boreham Wood’s attack in the 38th minute, losing his footing in the area before a strong save by Chapman was cleared by Harvey Bunker.

From the clearance, the Iron broke through Jacob Butterfield who carried the ball before a link-up with Tom Pugh resulted in Butterfield testing himself on his weaker foot from distance with the shot going wide.

Alfie Beestin got United’s first shot on target moments before the half time whistle, connecting with Butterfield’s deep cross from the right, but ‘keeper Nathan Ashmore caught with ease resulting in Wayne Cartmel’s whistle blowing.

Boreham Wood opened up the Scunthorpe defence just minutes into the second half when Tyrone Marsh’s ball was played through to Erico Sousa, trying to catch out Chapman, but the Iron tidied up to concede just a corner.

In the 53rd minute, Brunt slipped through Sousa who struck a firm shot on target upon running into the area. The resultant throw-in was dealt with well by Boyce and Bunker respectively.

Just seconds later it was then United’s turn to flood forward through Cam Wilson, who earnt a corner.  

Butterfield’s delivery was cleared, with Pugh then doing well to shield the ball to Bunker. His cross into the box turned towards goal, looping over the bar and dropping on top of the net.

Boreham Wood took the lead in the 64th minute through Marsh after the winger snuck through on the right to drill in at the near post.

The Wood doubled their lead just under two minutes later when a mix-up at the back allowed Ndlovu to roll the ball in.

Chapman thwarted Marsh in the 69th minute, who was looking for his second of the game, when the attacker got in again down the right, with United’s ‘keeper pushing away for a corner which was dealt with.

United looked to push back into the game in the 79th minute after work down the left side of the pitch.

Beestin picked up the ball in the middle before working wide with Leake overlapping, who then received the ball to play towards Gerry McDonagh in the area, but a connection couldn’t be made with the chance.

The Iron continued to work an opening in the 85th minute when Pugh drove down the right, producing a cutback for substitute Will Smith, who struck a shot with power. The attempt looked to have struck the arm of a Boreham Wood defender, but the referee was unmoved despite protest.

Jimmy Dean’s men return to action on Tuesday, 28th February away to Maidstone United in the Vanarama National League.

BOREHAM WOOD: Ashmore ©, Ilesamni, Broadbent, Ndlovu (80’ Newton), Marsh, Fyfield, Payne, Sousa, Brunt(86’ Ricketts), Bush, Agbontohoma.

UNUSED SUBS: Kelly-Evans, Rees, Lewis.

IRON: Chapman, Ogle (83’ Smith), Boyce ©, Beestin, McDonagh, Richards-Everton, Butterfield (66’ Shields), Wilson (57’ Feeney), Leake, Bunker, Pugh.

UNUSED SUBS: Whitehouse, Daniel.

ATTENDANCE: 1,075 (346 Iron supporters).

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Ticket News

Ticket details for Boreham Wood away clash

24 February 2023

Tickets are now available directly from Boreham Wood for the Iron's trip to Meadow Park on Saturday, February 25th (3pm kick-off) in the Vanarama National League.

United fans will be able to buy their tickets directly from the Boreham Wood website by clicking here

Supporters purchasing online will be buying an admission ticket to the stadium on the day of the game, with option to choose seating or standing on arrival. Meadow Park has an open terrace and up to 600 seats for away fans, where necessary.

Adult (16-64) £20
Over-65s £18
Under-16s £12
11 and below £6

Subject to availability, tickets will also be available on matchday, with cash and card payments available on the turnstiles.

Those wishing to secure complimentary carer tickets will have to contact Boreham Wood via phone (020 8953 5097) or email.


We are currently only taking interest for a coach to be taken to Boreham Wood.

You can register your interest by calling 01724 747670 or by visiting in person.

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