Saturday 10th October 2015
Emirates FA Cup 3rd Qualifying Round
AFC Fylde 9 v 0 Coleshill Town
Scorers: Danny Rowe 3, Matty Hughes 3, Danny Lloyd 2, Dion Charles.
Coasters: Matt Urwin, Casper Hughes, Alex Whittle (Adam Sumner), Ritchie Baker, Tom Hannigan, Dom Collins, Dion Charles (James Hardy), Sam Finley (Josh Wilson), Danny Rowe, Matty Hughes, Danny Lloyd.
Subs not used: Matt Blinkhorn, Ben Hinchcliffe, Brad Barnes, Dylan Versallo.
Colemen: Coleshill Town: Paul Hathaway, Leon Weller, Josh Quaynor, Rob Evans, Luke Edwards, Giovanni Dainty (Simeone Cobourne), Reece Leek (Ryan Nash), Dean Rathbone, Luke Barlone, Brendan Murphy, Demetrius Smikle (Chris Cowley).
Subs not used: Dominic Cotter, Ricky Cutting, Danico Johnson, Will Worthington.
SUNDAY MERCURY WROTE
Coleshill's fine run came to an abrupt end against opposition who ply their trade three levels higher. The National League North outfit raced to a 3-0 lead inside the first 15 minutes after strikes from Danny Lloyd, Matty Hughes and Dion Charles. Brendan Murphy had a great chance for the Colemen just after the half hour mark, but he dragged his shot wide when clean through on goal. Coleshill keeper Paul Hathaway turned in a Man-Of-The-Match performance for his side but could do little to stop Danny Rowe from making it 4-0 to the Coasters at half-time when he curled in a goal from 12 yards. In a one sided second half, Rowe and Hughes went on to complete their hat-tricks with two goals apiece, while Lloyd bagged his brace to complete the nine goal rout.
THE NON-LEAGUE PAPER WROTE
Fylde Thump Colemen
AFC Fylde eased into the final qualifying round with a thumping 9-0 win over Coleshill Town. The Coasters swept aside their Midland League opponents with both Danny Rowe and Matty Hughes bagging hat-tricks. Danny Lloyd grabbed a brace and the impressive Dion Charles completed the scoring with a brilliant individual goal. The Coasters took the lead after just four minutes, Hughes playing in Alex Whittle, who in turn fed Lloyd to score. Hughes doubled the host's advantage after 12 minutes after latching on to Sam Finley's delightful through ball. No sooner had the Colemen restarted proceedings than Charles scored a wonderful solo goal. Picking up the ball 50 yards out, he danced past four challenges before lifting the ball over the helpless goalkeeper. The hosts got their fourth goal on 41 minutes, Rowe curling a shot into the top right-hand corner. Five minutes after the break and Fylde were further ahead through Lloyd's powerful shot before the lead was extended on 58 minutes courtesy of a fine individual goal from Rowe. Hughes headed in a corner on 61 minutes and after 78 minutes Rowe smashed home from 25 yards to seal his hat-trick. Hughes completed the scoring in the final minute firing home from the penalty spot.
Star Man: Danny Rowe (AFC Fylde)
Report taken from AFC Fylde website:http://www.afcfylde.co.uk/match-report-afc-fylde-9-0-coleshill-town/
AFC Fylde eased into the final qualifying round of the FA Cup with a sensational 9-0 victory over Coleshill Town.
The Coasters swept aside their Midland League opponents with both Danny Rowe and Matty Hughes bagging hat-tricks in a landslide victory.
Danny Lloyd grabbed a brace and the impressive Dion Charles completed the scoring with a brilliant individual goal.
Ahead of the match, manager Dave Challinor made four changes to the side that beat AFC Telford a week ago.
Matt Urwin was preferred to Ben Hinchliffe between the sticks, whilst Dom Collins, Lloyd and Rowe came in for Tom Hannigan, Matt Blinkhorn and last weekend’s matchwinner Akil Wright.
New signing James Hardy, who had joined from Manchester City the previous day, had to settle for a place on the bench.
Challinor had warned his side against complacency prior to the game, so will have been delighted when the Coasters took the lead after just four minutes. Some neat play from Hughes saw him play in Alex Whittle, who in turn fed Lloyd to tuck underneath the goalkeeper and into the back of the net.
Lloyd and Hughes were a constant menace to the Coleshill backline and it was the latter that doubled the host’s advantage after just 12 minutes when he latched on to Sam Finley’s delightful through ball and stroked the ball past the Paul Hathaway in the visitor’s goal.
No sooner had Coleshill restarted proceedings when Dion Charles scored a wonderful solo goal within the same minute. Picking up the ball 50 yards out, the 20-year-old danced past four challenges before lifting the ball over the helpless goalkeeper.
Fylde could have added a fourth on 24 minutes when Charles broke into the area from the right and cut the ball back for Lloyd, but his effort was saved by Hathaway.
Charles was proving a real thorn in Coleshill’s side and only the goalkeeper prevented him from grabbing a second shortly before the half-hour mark with a smart save.
Winger Charles had another glorious chance moments later, but he fired over the bar after latching onto Rowe’s low cross.
The visitors fashioned their first chance of the afternoon shortly after when Brendan Murphy broke clean through, but he somehow dragged his shot wide of the post under no pressure.
Fylde would have been further ahead if it wasn’t for two fantastic saves from Hathaway, first denying Lloyd and then Hughes, both from close range.
The home side eventually got the fourth goal they deserved on 41 minutes, Rowe showing some fancy footwork in the box before curling a sublime shot into the top right-hand corner.
Five minutes after the break and Fylde were further ahead. A diagonal ball over the top was chested down by Lloyd on the left and his powerful shot was too hot for Hathaway to handle.
The lead was extended to six on 58 minutes, courtesy of a fine individual goal from Rowe. The frontman raced at the Coleshill defence, twisted and turned before slotting into the bottom corner of the net.
The goals kept on coming and it was Hughes who bagged his second, heading home from a Richie Baker’s corner on 61 minutes.
Coleshill managed a rare chance, but Urwin was equal to Luke Barlone’s powerful free-kick.
Charles then had a great chance for the hosts and was unlucky to see his diving header from Rowe’s cross come back off the post.
The score-line started to get embarrassing for the visitors on 78 minutes as Fylde fired in an eighth goal, Rowe smashing home from 25 yards to seal his hat-trick.
The scoring was completed in the final minute when Hughes fired home his third from the penalty spot after new man Hardy had been felled.
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