Coleshill Town 0 v 3 Berkhamsted

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Coleshill Town 0 v 3 Berkhamsted

Postby Alan Beckett » Tue Oct 01, 2019 9:16 am

Saturday 28th September 2019
Bet Victor Southern League Division One Central
Coleshill Town 0 v 3 Berkhamsted
Scorers: Lewis Toomey 3.
Attendance: 105.
Supporters Club Man Of The Match: George Washbourne.

Coleshill: Paul Hathaway, Josh Webb, Louis Danquah (Amarvir Sandhu), Matt Jackson, Keenan Meakin-Richards, Joe Cole, Liam Molesworth (Edilson Panzo-Antonio), Joe Smith, Luke Keen, George Washbourne, Gio Dainty (Lewis Rankin). Subs not used Rudy Misambo, Ethan Mannion.

Berkhamsted: Xavier Comas Leon, Daniel Akubine, Connor Toomey, Alex Taylor, Ryan Kinnane, Stephen Hatch, Saul Williams, Ben Spaul, Lewis Toomey, Jonathan Lacey, Lee Stobbs. Subs Darren Locke, Joshua Chamberlain, William Summerfield, Erin Amu, Max Farrelly.

First half the visitors looked a class act and took an early lead on 6 minutes when Lewis Toomey finished off a sweeping move and a cross by Jonathan Lacey. Coleshill were relying on a long ball but a solid and big Berkhamsted defence delt with the threat with ease. The impressive Lacey shot just past the post . Coleshill Town slowly started to work themselves into the game by playing on the magnificent Pack Meadow surface but the final ball was lacking. The second half saw Coleshill much improved and dictated play for long periods with George Washbourne at the centre of every good coleshill move. Washbourne got clean thru on goal beat the keeper but his effort went past the post. Liam Molesworth was next to put pressure on the visitors and got into the box but his shot was blocked. With 15 remaining Coleshill’s bad luck continued as Lacey got a soft fk and Toomey glanced in a header from a great delivery by Joshua Chamberlain. 2-0 and no way back. With time running out Joe Cole was caught in possession by Chamberlain who set up Summerfield who crossed to Toomey unmarked on the six yard line for a tap in for his and Berkhamsteds third.
A flattering scoreline as Coleshill were a match for long periods.

Top of the table Berkhamsted came to Pack Meadow full of confidence and looked a class act taking the lead on 6 minutes. The Colemen's lack of confidence was evident but they slowly started to gain the upper hand. Coleshill were in charge for most of the second half but the visitors scored a second against the run of play and a third goal late on rubbed salt into the wound.

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