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Where Did You Go Mon 15 Sep

 



thinc01
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Sep 15, 2008, 11:07 PM

Posts: 101
Location: Amesbury
Team(s): Amesbury Town

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Toolstation Western League Premier Division

Melksham Town 2-2 Bishop Sutton

Attendance : 92
Admission : 5
Programme : None

A bit of a scouting mission really as we've got Melkshan Town in the FA Vase this Saturday. Quite a good game played between two skilful sides. Melksham looked the better side and had more posession, certainly in the first half. The visitors took the lead early on after a low cross from the left was saved well by keeper Steve Perrin but the ball broke loose to a Bishop Sutton forward who hammered it in from close range. Melksham equalised after the break before the visitors regained the lead ten minutes from the end when a shot from 25 yards that seemed to take a deflection and left Perrin rooted to the spot as the ball ended up in the back of the net. Malksham got their second equaliser 5 minutes later though the break on the right seemed to find the home player yards offside before he crossed for Benison to get the goal. An entertaining game which left the Amesbury Town manager with plenty to think about !


yorkieexile
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Sep 16, 2008, 5:06 AM

Posts: 2738
Location: Barwell
Team(s): Halifax, Groundhopper

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Kings Langley 5 Sport London e Benfica 2

Admission 3
Programme free
Attendance 54 (h/c)
Played at Hemel Hempstead's ground, as KL's lights not yet ready

KL played up the slope in the first half and were 4 upjust before the break, before the visitors pulled one back on 41 mins. Not surprisingly, KL eased off in the second half, the visitors had chances to come back into it, but only managed one, before a last minute goal sealed it

I was chatting to the joint managers of Crawley Green, who tell me that they are building a new ground back at their original complex, which will be floodlit and will not overlap the old pitch.

 
 


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