Coleshill Town 2 v 2 Shifnal Town

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Coleshill Town 2 v 2 Shifnal Town

Postby Alan Beckett » Mon Oct 27, 2008 10:04 am

Saturday 25th October 2008
Midland Alliance
Coleshill Town 2 v 2 Shifnal Town
Colemen: Neil Kitching penalty 15 mins, Matty Robinson 83 mins.
Shifnal: Neil Barnfield pen, Ben Jevons.

Team: Chris Butler, Andy Sutherland, Lee Hunt (Nathan Pulisciano), Wayne Dyer, Carl Adams (Lee Bloxham), Josh McPherson, Ben Porter (Michael Campbell), Stuart Hendrie, Matty Robinson, Neil Kitching, Stuart Adamson. Sub not used Craig Johnson.

Shifnal Town drew 2-2 at Coleshill Town. Neil Barnfield's penalty and a Ben Jevons strike cancelled out Matty Robinson's goal and Neil Kitching's penalty for Coleshill.

Neil Kitching scored from the penalty spot but Shifnal levelled with their own dubious penalty and took the lead shortly afterwards. Coleshill dug deep and got a deserved equaliser through Matty Robinson.

New Faces But Same Old Coleshill At Pack Meadow
A week of changes in personnel at Pack Meadow could not bring about a change in fortunes for Coleshill as they fought to gain a point against Shifnal Town. With Chasetown loanee Wayne Dyer filling the suspended James Dances' role in midfield, Coleshill started brightly in the first 15 minutes. And it was on the quarter hour mark when Carl Adams' side took a deserved lead. Richard Brown was adjudged to have brought down Shifnal old boy Ben Porter. Another ex-Shifnal player, Neil Kitching, converted the spot-kick. Coleshill looked set to hold their lead until half time, but three minutes before the interval Josh McPherson was harshly adjudged to have handled in the penalty area and Shifnal equalised from the spot. Early into the second half Shifnal took the lead and held the upper hand for large periods. But one beautiful team move brought about Coleshill's equaliser. Good work from Michael Campbell fed the in-form Matty Robinson in on goal and he made no mistake to level matters.

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