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Boroughbridge AFC Reserves Match Reports 11/12
August to December
23/07/11 - Boroughbridge AFC Res 3-1 Kirkby Malzeard - Friendly
Following a mid-week defeat 'Bridge Reserves got their pre-season campaign really up and running with a convincing three one win over Kirkby Malzeard. It was 'Bridge who started brightest and with only two minutes played Steve Grainger played a superb ball over the Kirkby defence to pick out Paul Scaife who finished superbly past the 'keeper. The goal injected confidence into the home side who started to enjoy long periods of possession with Barry Pryce and Tom Ekin bossing the midfield. 'Bridge continued to push forward and should have quickly doubled their advantage; Benjy Slator and Stephen Coles both missing gilt edge chances. 'Bridge, however, didn't have to wait long for the second goal and when captain Jimmy Binks sent a testing 35th minute free kick into the Kirkby box, the ball was spilled by the visiting 'keeper allowing the clinical Scaife to prod home from six yards. Slator and Scaife were now causing all sorts of problems for the Kirkby defence and the former got his just reward for a good afternoon's work by finishing neatly in the bottom corner just four minutes before the interval. Manager Lee Brook was satisfied at half time with the performance and score line but did warn his team about complacency. The visitors started the second half brightly and were soon back in the game when Grainger played an under hit ball only to watch it bounce off the foot of a nearby Kirkby striker, beating the helpless Alastair Hogg in the home goal. The visitors continued to push forward, but lacked a cutting edge and struggled to penetrate 'Bridges defence, which remained organised under the leadership of Jimmy Binks. The game slowly started to become scrappy with both teams showed signs of pre-season fatigue and three one would be how things ended.
Man of Match - Tom Ekin & Paul Scaife
13/08/11 - Boroughbridge AFC Res 1-6 Bardsey Res - League
This was a poor start for new Manager Lee Brook and his side will have to show considerable improvement if they are to match the standards they set themselves last season. Danny Maw dispossessed Jimmy Binks for his side’s opening goal on 8 minutes and he proved a real handful in the early stages. Bridge got back into the game on twenty minutes when an Alex Coombes cross caused mayhem in the Bardsey defence leaving Kev Barrett an easy tap in. This was as good as it got for the home side with another defensive mistake gifting Ashley Dempsey and nine minutes before the break Bardsey cut through the home defence for Maw to add his second. Ten minutes into the second half it was all over as a contest with Martin Dixon given time and space for his first of the afternoon which was quickly followed by Ryan Watts heading home a Chris Bird cross. On the positive side Bridge never gave up and were unlucky on a couple of occasions not to reduce the deficit as Coombes volleyed wide and Watts hit the post but it was the visitors who had the last say when Dixon added his second in injury time.
Man of Match - Ryan Watts & Kev Barrett
15/08/11 - Ripon City Res 1-2 Boroughbridge AFC Res - League
After humiliating defeats on Saturday both sides were looking to take something from this fixture and it was Bridge who came out on top with a narrow victory. Tom Lemming had an early chance and credit to him for not going down in the area under a clumsy challenge as Ripon started the brighter of the two sides. There was little other goal action on either side in the early stages and Bridge’s opening goal came from a long Josh Donnelly clearance which the usually reliable Mark Tyson and keeper Josh Hirst misjudged giving Phil Wix the simple task of heading into an empty net. This was on the half hour mark and six minutes later it was déjà vu as the home defence made a hash of a Jimmy Binks free kick to leave Ollie Uffindall the beneficiary of a simple tap in. Ripon got back into the game through a 41st minute Ricky Senior penalty after a foul by Tom Ekin on Stephen Fletcher to set up an interesting second half. The home side went on the offensive after the break with Ryan Blanchard and Fletcher both heading over good opportunities but Bridge always looked threatening on the break and keeper Hirst made up for his earlier mistake as he twice denied Uffindall near the end.
20/08/11 - Whitkirk Wanderers Res 1-1 Boroughbridge AFC Res - League
After going behind on 6 minutes Bridge were left to rue a raft of chances and the subsequent loss of two points. The opening goal for the home side came through James Baldwin who was on hand for an easy tap-in after keeper Josh Donnelly spilled a Chris Copley cross. This was a setback for Bridge but they managed to keep the deficit down to one and came more into the game for the last fifteen minutes of the half. Alex Coombes and Steven Grainger both shot over before Coombes tested keeper Carl Lill and a minute before the break a Kev Barrett goal put his side back on level terms. Donnelly was in action early in the second half to keep out an Aaron Dix effort and thereafter it was the visitors who had the better of the chances with their failure to capitalise costing them victory.
Man of Match - Chris Chapman
22/08/11 - Boroughbridge AFC Res 2-2 Sherburn White Rose Res - League
The same could be said of Monday’s night’s performance as Bridge missed a penalty and threw away a two goal advantage as the visitors salvaged a point with goals in the last 13 minutes. Bridge took the lead with a 4th minute strike from Stevie Coles but were unable to consolidate their position despite having the better of the play. Ten minutes into the second half however they did increase their lead through a clinical Mark Burniston finish as Kev Barrett flicked on a Josh Donnelly clearance. Bridge then had the opportunity to further stamp their authority on the game only for Kev Barrett to miss the target from the penalty spot. James Beaston, who came on at half time for the visitors was the catalyst for their recovery with his probing runs a constant threat and it was from his cross that Sherburn were awarded a penalty duly converted by Chris Thompson. Bridge probably still edged the better of the chances until three minutes from time when Thompson broke clear and despite Bridge’s vain offside appeals and a retrieving tackle from Coles that seemed to rescue the situation the ball fall kindly for the striker to put into an empty net.
27/08/11 - Boroughbridge AFC Res 0-6 Leeds City Res - League
For the second occasion this season Bridge conceded six and could have no complaints as they were thoroughly outplayed in all departments. The writing was on the wall as early as the 7th minute when Greg Usher opened the scoring following an incisive through ball from Sean Fitzpatrick and the visitors had a justifiable penalty appeal turned down before a Fitzpatrick free kick was headed home by an unmarked James Tollefson. Minutes later Leeds again cut through the home defence only to be denied by a marginal offside decision but it made little difference on 22 minutes when, from a swift City counter attack, Simon Nyamhunga profited from a rebound off the post to knock in the third. On the half hour mark Nyamhunga was on hand again to benefit from some poor defending and even though Lee Dearden managed to get his hand to the close range effort the ball squirmed over the line. Any chance Bridge might have had of getting back into the game dissipated on 48 minutes when Phil Wix fired wide as eight minutes later Usher added his second and two minutes later Ashley Walker was able to run through unchallenged to slot the ball past Dearden. The Bridge keeper kept the score respectable with some late saves and it was clearly not Bridge’s day when the ball bounced to safety after Kev Barrett hit the underside of the bar from their best move of the game.
Man of Match - Steve Kirby
10/09/11 - Boroughbridge AFC Res 2-1 East End Park Res - League
Both sides were looking to launch their seasons after indifferent starts with Bridge probably the more satisfied of the two not only with the three points but also an improved performance after their mediocre display against Leeds City two weeks previous. It was a cagey opening with the first break coming to the returning Paddy Inman who forced a good save from Nick McGuire and minutes later had another effort glance off the bar. Each side were looking to their midfield for inspiration but the breakthrough when it came was from a Jimmy Binks free kick in Bridge’s own half headed home at the far post by Steve Grainger. This settled the home side and they held the lead up to the break with keeper Josh Donnelly rarely troubled. The second half followed a similar pattern with good passages of play followed by run of the mill stuff and it was Inman who again came nearest to scoring on 64 minutes with a header from an Alex Coombes cross that was just off target. Four minutes later, however, they did increase their lead with a goal set up by Jake Fletcher for Inman and gift wrapped by some appalling defending from the visitors. As the East End Park responded Donnelly made a good save to thwart Gary Thomas but on 79 minutes he was comprehensively beaten by Thomas after the home defence failed to deal with a Ben Coates cross. This set up a nervy finish with the main threat coming from set pieces but Bridge survived with the MOM going to Tom Hepworth who kept a tight rein on striker Almonzo Hamilton throughout.
Man of Match - Tom Hepworth
17/09/11 - Boroughbridge AFC Res 0-2 Kirk Deighton Rangers Res - League
After their stuttering victory last week Bridge were looking to this fixture as a further confidence boost but they were unable to consolidate their promising start and a disappointing result saw them exit the Hulme Cup at the first hurdle. There were few opportunities in the early stages and it was 22 minutes before either keeper was seriously troubled with Mark Suttle pushing a Dave Johnstone round the post. The Deighton keeper also got the better of a one on one with Alex Coombes whilst also pleased to see Ollie Uffindall and Steven Paffett fail to hit the target with good chances. Josh Donnelly in the Bridge goal saw little action during the first half until a minute before the interval when he was left helpless as an unmarked Danny Gore smashed home a Luke Danby cross. With Bridge now chasing the game they were left exposed and only an excellent block from Donnelly prevented Sam Jackson increasing the lead before the crossbar deprived Gore but he got his brace on 67 minutes with a smart finish to a James Ripley cross. Bridge did increase the pressure in the last 20 minutes but Deighton were able to absorb all that was thrown at them and only a goal line clearance by Tom Hepworth in the last minute prevented John Williams adding a third for the visitors.
Man of Match - Craig Peacock
24/09/11 - Rothwell Res 1-1 Boroughbridge AFC Res - League
Bridge opened up well using the width of the pitch to their advantage creating the first opportunity through Jake Fletcher who fired wide after Jamie Smith had flicked on a Josh Donnelly clearance. They maintained this early intensity and took a deserved lead on 11minutes when an Alex Coombes shot was deflected into the path of Phil Wix who was able to pick out Smith to head into an empty net. Their lead only lasted 12 minutes with John Kitson giving Donnelly no chance with the equaliser and as the half wore on the Bridge keeper kept out efforts from Kitson and Rob Thackery to maintain parity at the interval. The home side were the quicker out of the blocks after the break and Donnelly and some resolute defending was required to absorb the constant pressure. Survive they did and Chris Chapman missed a great chance from a Coombes free kick to put them in front. Chapman made amends for his glaring miss with two goal line clearances as the home side finished strongly and Donnelly produced another exceptional save before he had to leave the field injured. This was an opening for the Alastair Hogg to make a premature return and the assistant Manager did not let his side down with two late saves to give them a hard earned point against a quick, lively home side.
Man of Match - Jake Fletcher
08/10/11 - Brighouse Old Boys Res 1-1 Boroughbridge AFC Res - League
The home side were quick to adapt to a greasy playing surface which suited their quick passing game but despite enjoying plenty of possession they were unable to penetrate a resolute Bridge defensive unit. As the half wore on the visitors did begin to get a foothold in the game only to go behind on 26 minutes when their defence failed to deal with a Mick Wadsworth cross leaving Neil Butcher to nip in and score past a helpless Josh Donnelly. Bridge forced a couple of corners late on in the half without seriously troubling keeper Gareth Betts and it was the home side that went in at the break with a deserved lead. Speed of thought, ingenuity and anticipation were key words in Tony Coles half time team talk and within three minutes Bridge were back on terms in similar fashion to the opening goal with Stevie Coles latching on to an indecisive defensive header to pass the ball past Betts. This gave them the impetus to put their stamp on the game with Jake Fletcher and Chris Chapman both going close before an injury to holding midfield player Steven Paffett returned the momentum to the home side. Brighouse forced a succession of corners well defended by Bridge who then came nearest to scoring themselves from a Jamie Smith header to a Dave Johnstone corner headed off the line by Damien Place. In the last ten minutes a last ditch Chapman challenge and Donnelly coming out on top in a one on one situation with Paul Taylor left the points shared and a fair reflection of the ninety minutes.
Man of Match - Chris Chapman
15/10/11 - Boroughbridge AFC Res 3-4 Carlton Athletic Res - League
This was a disappointing result for the home side who held the lead three times before going down to the winner six minutes from time. Bridge took the lead midway through the half with a good finish from Luke Fletcher after build up play between Stevie Coles and Phil Wix only to give away a needless free kick which was floated into the area and fired home by the dangerous and unmarked Gareth Groves. Within a minute the home side were back in front when the ball broke to Fletcher after the visitors made a total hash of a quickly taken free kick and the striker laid it into the path of Alex Coombes who opened his account for the Club with a sweet strike into the bottom corner. This is how it stayed until the 63rd minute and it was another Paul Brogie free kick that was home side’s undoing as it deflected into the net off Chris Chapman. Bridge’s response was incisive and it was their turn to take advantage of a free kick as Coombes powerful drive from the edge of the box gave Scott Allen no chance. Bridge’s inexperience became a telling factor in the last quarter allowing an Allen clearance to bounce in the area for Groves to steer past Josh Donnelly and six minutes from time, in their search of a winner, they were left exposed and a quick Carlton counter attack found Jason Minott with time and space to seal the points.
Man of Match - Craig Peacock
22/10/11 - Boroughbridge AFC Res 2-0 Ilkley Res - League Trophy
For this League Trophy fixture Bridge had the experienced Jimmy Binks and the very experienced Jamie Smith back in their ranks which gave the side stability even though the overall performance did not match the standard of the previous week. The opening half hour was a pretty sterile affair with a couple of half chances to Smith and Stevie Coles and at the other end Josh Donnelly tipped over a Chris Holmes free kick when a goal kick was given and worse was to follow when Jimmy Binks scrambled away an Alan Hey effort that clearly crossed the line. Bridge could argue that a couple of offside decisions had not gone their way and on 37 minutes with Ilkley again appealing for offside Jamie Smith latched on a Coles through ball to beat the advancing Ed Bullock. A minute later Smith had an even better opportunity to add to his tally only to miss the target with a header from a pin point Ben Mudd centre. After the break Jake Fletcher tried to find his way past three defenders when Smith was better placed but after some ‘experienced’ advice he unselfishly set up Alex Coombes who inexplicably fired wide from six yards. On the hour Bridge did consolidate their position with a route one goal from a Donnelly clearance flicked on by Smith and then Fletcher and latched on to by the tireless Coles to fire past Bullock. Donnelly made a late save from Tom Reynolds and Bridge were narrowly wide on a couple of occasions but any quality in the last quarter of the game was exacerbated by fastidious decision making and petty niggles.
Man of Match - Stevie Coles
29/10/11 - Horbury Town Res 3-1 Boroughbridge AFC Res - League
Tony Coles experienced the onerous side of management before a ball was kicked for his side’s vital League game at Horbury as he had to find seven replacements following a series of backwords which gave youngsters Luke Fletcher, Ben Blakey and Nathan Rainbow the opportunity to show their worth and the experienced Lee Brook who was also added to the squad. There was little to choose in the opening exchanges as Alex Coombes shot straight at Tony Whiteside in the home goal and Fletcher skimmed the bar with a powerful drive whilst at the other end Niall Raymond and Dan Ripley both shot wide from good opportunities. It did not take long for the initial breakthrough which came on 13 minutes from the penalty spot after Jimmy Binks fouled Raymond only for Bridge to equalise within a minute as Brook volleyed home a Binks free kick. This is how it stayed until the second half and it was the visitors who should have gone into the lead on 52 minutes following an excellent run and cross from Stephen Coles but Fletcher, looking for an extra touch, gave the defence time to recover. Six minutes later an excellent move down the home side’s right picked out Ollie Rounding who finished with aplomb and minutes later a more contentious penalty decision, again involving Binks and Raymond, gave the home side a two goal cushion. Coles and Brook worked tirelessly in midfield to galvanise Bridge and Coombes and Rainbow both went close with headers but the home side remained resolute and overall deserved their victory.
Man of Match - Stevie Coles
12/11/11 - Beeston St. Anthony's Res 2-0 Boroughbridge AFC Res - League
Bridge travelled to top of the table Beeston with several enforced changes from the previous week with Nathan Rainbow making his first start of the season, Wayne Fisher recalled to the side, Steve Grainger returning after a long absence through injury and Alastair Hogg coming in for the injured Donnelly. The opening half was quiet even with the better of the chances going Bridge’s way with Jamie Smith and Chris Chapman narrowly wide with headers and a speculative effort from Fisher hitting the side netting. The home side were restricted to relatively long range efforts competently dealt with by Hogg and a compliment to the work ethic and the way the side was set up. The second half was a different story as the home side upped the tempo of their game putting Bridge under pressure for long periods through a combination of some incisive football but also some sloppy passing by the visitors. The Bridge defence remained resolute and Hogg defiant and when Beeston had a legitimate looking claim for a penalty denied followed by Andrew Kitchen smashing another effort at the bar from 12 yards with only 15 minutes remaining Bridge had room for optimism. Four minutes later this was dissolved by the late Autumn sunshine as a less obvious penalty decision was converted by Martin Kelly. Bridge went to a 3-4-3 formation try and get something out of the game only to be caught on the break as Kelly added his second from just inside the area. Sam Everard failed to trouble Adam Lynes with a late effort that he hooked over the bar as Bridge dropped to 12th in the League and they will have to start picking up some points if they are to avoid being involved in a relegation battle. Manager Tony Coles was pleased with the performance and attitude of his players and confident that a little bit of luck will ease the situation.
Man of Match - Alastair Hogg
19/11/11 - Old Headingley Res 2-2 Boroughbridge AFC Res - League
‘Bridge Reserves continued with their aways days with a trip to Old Headingley hoping to get over the previous week’s disappointing two nil loss against Beeston. It was ‘Bridge who started the game strongest, having most of the early territory and possession. Their first shot on goal came on 23 minutes, but the ball sailed high and wide. Nathan Rainbow was having a good game on the left and the combination of Coles and Baranovsky was working hard in the middle of the park. The breakthrough when it came, however, was not for the visiting side but for Old Headingley when the ball was moved into the penalty area by Lewis Keogh. Jimmy Binks’ sliced his attempted clearance, however, and Adrian Shields latched on to the ball to chip over ‘Bridge ‘keeper Hogg. This gave the home side more confidence and they had the better of the last third of the first half, forcing some corners which were dealt with well by the ‘Bridge defence. Despite a fine performance, it was Old Headingley who went in at the break one up and Tony Coles' half time team talk centered on the final third and end product, the main diagnosis being that the build up play was good but the final ball was not. ‘Bridge came out strongly at the start of the second half and on 49 minutes a long ball through from Steve Grainger was lofting into the Old Headingley penalty area, bouncing, with Baranovsky on hand to guide it into the goal with a glancing header. From here on in the game was very even with a few chances being created by both sides, on 65 and 67 minutes Tony Coles made a pair of substitutions to freshen things up, introducing Wix and Johnstone. However, on 70 minutes, in a good sequence of play, Kieran Burns on the Old Headingley right laid the ball off to Nick Gledhill just outside the box. Gledhill shot well to the right of Hogg to give the home side a two one lead. 'Bridge continued to press, forcing a few corners, and with around ten minutes to go Smith was replaced by McIlear who went on the left with Johnstone moved up to support Fletcher. With around six minutes to go the visitors went to three at the back, pushing Coles on to the front line with Johnstone and Fletcher and moving Chapman into midfield. Some good pressure was applied as the hosts were forced deeper and deeper and on 88 minutes a Wix cross was cleared to Coles on the edge of the area. His shot found its way through a crowd of players to nestle into the bottom corner of the home goal and tie things up at two a piece. That would be how the match ended with Manager Coles branding it overall as a fair result but with the chances there to get the win. His team showed great character and commitment and fully deserved the point, with Jimmy Binks, Mark Baranovsky and Sam Everard picking up Man of Match awards.
Man of Match - Jimmy Binks, Mark Baranovsky & Sam Everard
26/11/11 - Boroughbridge AFC Res 1-2 Robin Hood Athletic Res - League
Both sides went into this game looking for points to keep them away from the relegation battle but for the first hour an enervated performance from both teams failed to create anything resembling a goal scoring opportunity. After a decent start which failed to make any real impact on the visitors defence Bridge’s game became fragmented and languid with the blank half time score a reflection of the general play. There was little improvement after the break until ‘Hood’ started to make inroads down their right flank and on the hour mark Jamel Mankouri skied over a telling cross from Gevas Chipasha from only six yards out. Bridge replied with Craig Peacock forcing a save from Chris Barrow only to go behind on 69 minutes when a neat passing move ended with the opening goal as Anthony Wilson’s effort took a deflection of a Bridge defender to wrong foot Alastair Hogg. This brought an animated response from the home side with Barrow again in action to push away a Paul Scaife effort but on 79 minutes a defensive error allowed Matt Walker to break clear and from his cross Wilson was again on hand to hit home his second. Any positives for Bridge came out of the last ten minutes and injury time as they forced a couple of good saves out of Barrow, Chris Chapman contrived to clear free kick when it seemed easier to score, Luke Fletcher fired wide from a Chapman cross and two minutes into injury time Scaife latched on to a Mark Baranovsky through ball to round the keeper and score.
Man of Match - Jimmy Binks
03/12/11 - Seacroft WMC 3-1 Boroughbridge AFC Res - County Trophy
’Bridge Reserves' County Trophy campaign ended on Saturday with an away defeat at the hands of Seacroft WMC. They could not have got off to a better start going ahead on four minutes from a Craig Peacock cross, flicked on by Jamie Smith and thumped home by Steve Warburton making his first start for the Reserves. Warburton and Dave Johnstone then combined to see Smith fire over whilst at the other end Joe Johnson fired high & wide with only Alastair Hogg to beat. Chris Chapman was next with an opportunity, hitting his volley straight at keeper Perry Newton and these chances came to haunt Bridge on 35minutes when the experienced Hogg let a routine looking save from Liam Sandford slip through his grasp for the equaliser and much needed fillip to the home side. It was Bridge who continued to press after the interval with Steve Grainger off target and sub Paul Scaife bringing a fine save out of Newton. A mazy Steve Coles run on 61 minutes was halted by a late challenge and the resultant free kick from Scaife had goal written all over it until Newton clawed it away from the top corner. Coles and Warburton both had chances from the ensuing corner and this period of play was probably key to the eventual outcome as two minutes later Seacroft went in front. Paul Benn broke quickly down the right and his hard low cross was gift wrapped for Johnson to fire home from close range and on 66 minutes Benn found time and space in the box to add the third. Lee Goodall was sent off with 18 minutes remaining as the game became scrappy and full of niggling fouls but Bridge could not make the man advantage tell and now turn their attention to an important League Trophy fixture against Kippax Res this Saturday.
Man of Match - Steve Warburton
10/12/11 - Kippax Res 0-1 Boroughbridge AFC Res - League Trophy
It was an instance of the old and the new as Bridge progressed to the last eight of the League Trophy at the expense of Alliance Division 2 side Kippax. They had Ryan Haswell making his Reserve team debut, teenagers, Stephen Cole, the match winner and Ben Blakey MOM whilst at the other end of the spectrum veteran Alastair Hogg made an important first half penalty save. Bridge almost made a dream start in the opening minute when a Jimmy Binks free kick eluded everybody and bounced to safety off the post. This stood them in good stead, however, and as the half wore on they were the more creative only for the same old shortcoming of a lack of quality in the last third to kick in. In the 10th minute Paul Scaife had an effort cleared off the line by Barry Morley and mid way through the half keeper Tom Charles came out to smother his shot when he was through on goal. Coles and Jimmy Binks both went close but all their domination was nearly undone in the 41st minute when Steve Grainger was harshly adjudged to have handled a cross in the area. Protests from Grainger and Hogg went unheeded and it was left to Hogg to make a smart save from Scott Westeman’s ensuing penalty. This was a bit of a wake up call for the visitors and they started the second half as they had done the first with their reward coming on 56 minutes with a mazy Scaife run getting him to the by-line and from his cross Coles was there to finish from three yards out. The home side responded positively but Bridge were up for the task and some doughty defending from Grainger, Haswell & Blakey ensured a deserved victory and their place in the next round. The team now turn their attention to the bigger picture of climbing up the League and will need to take the focus and belief from this result into their home game v Horbury Town this coming Saturday.
Man of Match - Ben Blakey
17/12/11 - Boroughbridge AFC Res 0-0 Horbury Town Res - League
It was quite apparent after a few minutes that Paul Bayliss was not the Horbury’s regular keeper but Bridge did not have the ‘nous’ to get a shot on target and with the visitors not showing much attacking intent a unfruitful first half was not unexpected. Bridge started the second half much brighter with Jake Fletcher having the first meaningful shot on target scrambled away by replacement keeper Simon Oakes and from the resultant Paul Scaife corner an unmarked Ryan Haswell headed over. This was the sign for the game to open up but Bridge again showed their weakness in the last third and probably the best chance of the half fell to Craig Kellett who forced a fine save from Alastair Hogg to leave the points shared.
Man of Match - Ben Blakey
31/12/11 - Sherburn White Rose Res 1-1 Boroughbridge AFC Res - League
In this relegation battle sub Jamie Smith came on to rescue a point for Bridge in the 95th minute after Bob Jackson had given the home side a 17th minute lead.
Man of Match - Stevie Coles
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