Tuesday 2nd September 2014
FA Cup Preliminary Round Replay
Bromsgrove Rovers 2 v 3 Coleshill Town A.E.T 1-1 after 90 minutes.
Sporting: Ryan Mahon, Chris Conway.
Town: Shane Benjamin, Simeon Cobourne, Dean Rathbone.
Tom Weale and Jake Bedford were awarded opposition Man Of The Match.
Town: Chris Jay, Barry Fitzharris, Oliver Casey, Danny Douglas, Luke Edwards, Danny Tymon, Ryan Nash (Chris Lloyd), Jonathan Jones (Simeon Cobourne), Shane Benjamin, Tom Weale, Dean Rathbone. Subs not used Daryl Jones, Ashley Bradshaw, Dave Stewart, Leon Weller.
Sporting: Jake Bedford, Daniel Morris, Dan Ludlow, Simon Fitter, Craig Jones, Aaron Williams, Will Tibbits, Reece Hewit, Luke Shearer, Joszef Jakeb, Ryan Mahon. Subs Chris Socket, Adam Went, Peter Chrismas, Dave Almond, George Coley, Robbie Aga, Chris Conway.
7 mins - Good fast start, end to end.
15 mins - Still 0-0.
34 mins - Goal! Shane Benjamin! Town 1-0 up!
Half Time Bromsgrove Rovers 0 v 1 Coleshill Town
62 mins - Substitute for Coleshill, Simeon Cobourne on for Jonathan Jones.
65 mins - Goal for Bromsgrove 1-1.
Full Time 1-1. Now for Extra Time!
One minute into Extra Time Goal for Bromsgrove 2-1.
105 mins - Goal for Town - Simeon Cobourne.
Half Time - Extra Time 2-2.
116 mins - GOOOOOAAAAAAAL!!!!!!!!! Dean Rathbone 3-2 to Town.
Full Time Bromsgrove Sporting 2 v 3 Coleshill Town!!!!
What a brilliant game of football!!!!!!!!
Match Report From Bromsgove Sporting Website
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F. A. Cup Preliminary Round Replay
Tuesday 02nd. September 2014
Bromsgrove Sporting 2 Coleshill Town 3 (After Extra Time)
Bromsgrove Sporting exited the F. A. Cup after a valiant attempt when losing by the odd goal in five, in their Preliminary Round replay at the Victoria Ground on Tuesday evening.
The game started at a furious pace and had a real cup-tie feel about it with both teams going at each other from the start. Coleshill had the first shot on target when winger Ryan Nash cut in from his customary right wing role and hit a tremendous left foot shot that had Jake Bedford in Bromsgrove goal at full stretch to push round the post for a corner.
The game had become a midfield battle as the half progressed with neither team giving an inch. Sporting were battling well against their higher league opponents, with Ryan Mahon probing consistently.
Coleshill took the lead in the 36th. minute when Shane Benjamin bundled the ball home after Bedford had pushed his initial shot onto the post, Nash on the right was again the tormentor.
The goal obviously unsettled Sporting as didn’t seem capable of stringing any passes together as they were doing before and started to rely on the long ball, which the Coleshill defence coped admirably with.
Half Time – Bromsgrove Sporting 0 Coleshill Town 1
The coaching team at Bromsgrove did some great work at half time as the Rouslers came out after the break with more belief, and after Craig Jones had seen his header hit the outside of the far post and a superb volley from Jozsef Jakab that was expertly tipped over the bar by Chris Jay, Sporting finally got their reward in the 67th minute when the industrious Mahon was on hand to bundle the ball home at the second attempt.
Coleshill however came straight back and how Bedford saved Benjamin’s close range effort only he will know. Cobourne nearly put Coleshill ahead again in the last minute of normal time but his header lacked power and was easily saved by Bedford.
Full Time – Bromsgrove Sporting 1 Coleshill Town 1
Substitute Chris Lloyd had the first chance in extra time when his left foot shot forced Bedford into a save at the expense of a corner.
Sporting regained the lead in the tie in the 4th. minute of extra time when a move starting from their own penalty area found substitute Robbie Ager on the right wing, his long diagonal ball found Luke Shearer on the far side of the penalty area, who in turn found Chrisi Conway, who had come on at the start of the extra period, who turned and shot that have keeper Jay no chance. Sporting held out until the last minute of the half, when a mix up in the box allowed Simeon Cobourne to easily score past Bedford from 10 yards, Bedford, who had an outstanding game, came to Sporting’s rescue a minute later when he saved twice before the defence could clear.
The game was still end to end, Aaron Williams got in a shot, after being set up by Shearer, that went just too high over Jay’s bar. Then it was Coleshill’s turn when Daniel Douglas ghosted unmarked from a corner and headed wide when it seemed easier to score. Coleshill scored the all important goal 4 minutes from the end when Benjamin and Cobourne set up left-winger Dean Rathbone to fire in to the net when his shot from the left hand side nestled into the far corner of the net.
Conway had the last chance of the game, but he snatched a shot wide aftewr being set up by Simon Fitter and Dave Almond.
Sporting left the field to a rousing ovation from all in the crowd after giving it their all. Coleshill had been involved in a great cup-tie with Sporting with all players giving it their all. A fantastic advert for the new Midland Football League
Bromsgrove Sporting – Jake Bedford, Daniel Morris, Danny Ludlow, Simon Fitter, Craig Jones, Aaron Williams, Will Tibbetts (Robbie Ager 80 mins.), Reece Hewitt, Luke Shearer, Jozsef Jakab (Chrisi Conway 91 mins.), Ryan Mahon (Dave Almond 116 mins.).
Subs unused – Chris Sockett, Adam Went, Peter Christmas, George Coley.
Coleshill Town – Chris Jay, Barry Fitzharris, Oliver Casey, Daniel Douglas, Luke Edwards, Daniel Tymon, Ryan Nash (Chris Lloyd 71 mins.), Jonathan Jones (Simeon Cobourne 65 mins.), Shane Benjamin, Thomas Weale, Dean Rathbone.
Subs unused – Daryl Jones, Ashley Bradshaw, David Stewart, Leon Weller.
Referee – Mr. Mark Malone (Stafford)
Attendance - 389
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