Peterborough Sports 4 v 2 Coleshill Town

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Peterborough Sports 4 v 2 Coleshill Town

Postby Alan Beckett » Sun Jan 27, 2019 11:46 am

Saturday 26th January 2019
Evo Stik Southern League Division One Central
Peterborough Sports 4 v 2 Coleshill Town
Sports: Own goal, Lewis Hilliard pen, Dion Sembie Ferris, Mark Jones.
Town: Reece Leek pen, Joe Smith.
Attendance: 132.

Peterborough: . Lewis Moat, Mitch Griffiths, Dan Bucciero, Paul Malone, Richard Jones, Jim Stevenson, Avelino Vieira, Josh McCammon, Mark Jones, Lewis Hilliard, Dion Sembie-Ferris.
Subs used: Dan Lawlor, Aduramnane Sano Sali.

Coleshill: . Paul Hathaway, Craig Deakin, Josh Webb, Lewis Green, Guy Clark, Joe Smith, Stuart Hendrie (Nick Seabourne), Joseph Halsall, Jordan Nadat, Reece Leek, Amavir Sandhu. Subs not used Chris Gibson GK, Kane Baldwin, Joel McFarlane, Connor Doyle.


Peterborough Sports are heading for the title with their seventh win in a row. For Coleshill it’s a third defeat in a row. On the face of it one team on the up and one team on a bit of a downer BUT Coleshill were in this game and are very disappointed not to have come away with something.

A hectic opening few minutes saw the home team take the lead in a minute, a cross turned into his own goal by Craig Deakin. Town were level on three minutes when Amarvir Sandu was brought down and the returning Reece Leek scored from the spot. Sports got their own penalty that looked really harsh when Guy Clark challenged for a header and Lewis Hilliard scored to make it 2-1.

Coleshill went for it in the second half and equalised through Joe Smith when Amarvir Sandu collided with the keeper. At this point Coleshill were on top and Jordan Nadat was taken down for what looked like a third penalty but got a free kick instead. The home side took the lead for a third time through Dion Sembie Ferris and in the dying seconds Mark Jones scored a fourth to put a very harsh look to the score line.

As in the first game Coleshill deserved something from this game with everyone playing well. A special mention for Lewis Green in his last loan game from Coventry City who played exceptionally well.

Quote from the management. “Real good performance from the lads against a very good side, deserved a point, did well to get back to 2-2 after being 1-0 and 2-1 down. Big decision at 2-2 by the ref to give a free kick to us instead of a penalty when Jordan was clean through. Gave a very good account of ourselves and deserved something from the game.”

Match Report taken from Peterborough Sports web site.
Peterborough Sports 4 - 2 COLESHILL TOWN

Peterborough Sports maintained their lead at the top of the table, but only after been given a tough examination of their credentials by a resolute and dangerous Coleshill Town

The first half was fast flowing following a flurry of early goals. An Avelino Vieira drive was turned into his own net by full back Craig Deakin to give the hosts the lead on 2 minutes, only for the visitors to equalise just 2 minutes later through a penalty from Reece Leek after a clear foul on Amalie Sandhu by serial offender Mitch Griffiths.

It was end to end stuff, though Sports had a great chance to extend their league when a wayward pass across the visiting back 4 was seized upon by Vieira who raced clear only to be thwarted by a great save from Paul Hathaway in the Coleshill goal. The respite was short lived however, as the Turbines went back in front on 25 minutes with a penalty of their own when Hilliard was fouled on the corner of the 18 yard box as he challenged for a header and got up to also send the keeper the wrong way from the spot.

In the second half things quietened down until the 64th minute when Sports keeper Lewis Moat came out to make a routine catch from a left wing cross, only to crash into Sandhu and home defender Richard Jones - Joe Smith swept the loose ball home to restore parity. At this point it was the visitors that looked the more likely winner until Sports mustered a grandstand finish from their strike partners who had been kept quiet until the closing stages.

On 82 minutes Dion Sembie- Ferris wriggled himself some shooting room and drilled home across the keeper from the edge of the box. Mark Jones then gave the final score a bit of gloss in injury time when latching onto a Griffiths through ball, holding off a challenge and also driving home across the keeper

Man of the Match: Josh McCammon

Goals: -

Craig Deakin (OG) 2 mins – 1-0

Reece Leek (Penalty) 4 mins – 1-1

Lewis Hilliard (Penalty) 25 mins – 2-1

Joe Smith 64 mins - 2-2

Don Sembie-Ferris 82 minutes 3-2

Mark Jones 90 + 1 – 4-2

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