Coleshill Town 9 v 0 Bolehall Swifts - League Cup

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Coleshill Town 9 v 0 Bolehall Swifts - League Cup

Postby Alan Beckett » Wed Oct 07, 2015 9:02 am

Tuesday 6th October 2015
Midland Football League, League Cup 2nd Round
Coleshill Town 9 v 0 Bolehall Swifts
First game played on the new pitch at Pack Meadow
Scorers: Dean Rathbone 3, Chris Cowley 2, Ricky Cutting, Reece Leek, Danico Johnson, Craig Milligan (pen).
Attendance: 92.
Opposition Player Of The Match: Danico Johnson (Coleshill) Michael Ojeill, (Bolehall).

Colemen: Paul Hathaway, Josh Quaynor, Guy Clarke, Luke Edwards, Josh Nash, Lewis Hayden, Reece Leek, Chris Cowley, Craig Milligan, Ricky Cutting, Danico Johnson. Subs used: Simeon Cobourne, Ryan Nash, Dean Rathbone. Subs not used: Giovanni Dainty, Demitrius Smikle.

Swifts: Andrew Alldritt, Jamie Scott Andrews, Reiss Hick, Jonathan Huckfield, Vagnol Kediambiko, Theodore Lewars, Rudy Misambo, Michael Ojeill, Craig Alexander Stevens, Reiss Sutton, Leo Thompson. Subs: Tayo Akinbiyi, Gavin Allers, Georges Wisoba.

Coleshill got off to the perfect start to their new life on the 3G surface that has rocketed Town into the 21st century! Years of planning, months of upheaval and lots of away games, have been leading up to this night and manager Paul Casey's experimental side didn't disappoint. Only two starting the game would be considered first team regulars! Craig Milligan and Guy Clarke were making their second debuts after re-signing this week, Joshua Quaynor and Lewis Hayden making their full debuts. Ricky Cutting started the scoring on 14 minutes and by half time Reece Leek (33), and Danico Johnson (40) had made it a commanding 3-0. A Craig Milligan penalty (50) and a Chris Cowley double (53, 60) kept the scoreboard ticking over until second half substitute Dean Rathbone stole the show with a hat-trick in seventeen minutes (70, 72, 87).

Coleshill are becoming a cup side as they move on to a massive game at AFC Fylde this Saturday in the FACup but with just one goal conceded in the last four games, the early season defensive wobble may be well and truly behind them.

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