Wisbech Town 1-2 Coleshill Town - FA Trophy

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Wisbech Town 1-2 Coleshill Town - FA Trophy

Postby Alan Beckett » Mon Oct 19, 2020 5:23 pm

Saturday 17th October 2020
F.A. Trophy Second Qualifying Round
Wisbech Town 1 v 2 Coleshill Town
Fenmen: Dean Grogan.
Colemen: Kai Tonge, Daniel Dubidat.

Wisbech: Luke Pearson, Daniel Bucciero, Merson Styles, Beckham Kennelly, Liam Marshall, Dean Grogan, Danny Draper, Sam Murphy, Dylan Edge, Liam Adams, Avelino Vieira. Subs Jay Whyatt, Marvin Emmanuel, Jake Gadsden, Andre Williams, Dan Kimber.

Coleshill: Paul Hathaway, Josh Webb, Taylor Carter-Byrne, Harry Higginson, Shay Palmer, Danny Tymon, Kai Tonge (James Harrison), Joe Halsall, Danny Dubidat (Max Brogan), Gio Dainty (Kieran Hinchley), Barry Fitzharris. Subs not used Vidal Hendrikson, Amarvir Sandhu.

So here we go for the third attempt to win an FA Trophy game since promotion to Level 4 of the Non-League pyramid and a step up from the FA Vase.
Coleshill weren’t in the best of form with just one win in their six games so far this season, a 1-0 win away to Berkhamstead, but neither were the hosts who sat currently bottom of the Northern Premier League Division One.
The Colemen started well with a goalbound effort from Joe Halsall blocked within the first couple of minutes. A Gio Dainty header was tipped over the bar by home keeper Pearson and Taylor Carter-Byrne headed the resulting corner over the bar. A Kai Tonge attempted lob beat the keeper but landed on the roof of the net as the Colemen clearly had the upper hand. In reply Wisbech had a couple of dangerous crosses that first Harry Higginson headed clear and then keeper Paul Hathaway came quickly off his line to claim. Joe Halsall headed a Kai Tonge cross just past the post and a great block by Shay Palmer at the other end prevented Edge’s shot from heading for goal. Daniel Dubidat headed a Danny Tymon cross over the bar from a great position and as the half came to an end Coleshill had had the more chances but the game remained goalless.

The home side started the second half the brighter with Edge bringing out the best in keeper Hathaway.

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