Sunday, 24 October 2010

CLINICAL FINISHING ROVERS TAKE ALL THREE POINTS


Kirby wins a header over two Rover's players
Enfield Town were knocked off the top of the league yesterday as Great Wakering Rovers came away a 0-3 victory. Taking nothing away from the away side's performance but had Town scored one of their numerous early opportunities the game could of finished with a different outcome.

Town looked in control in the first 15 minutes as Liam Hope and Adam Wallace missed good chances to score along with a top-notch clearance off the goal line by Rover's defender Grant Khory-Davidson  from a Mark Kirby header which was destined for the back of the net!


From then it all went wrong in the space of about three minutes as Rover's top scorer Luka Frankis out ran the Town back line to fire the ball past Darren Bonfield to make the score 0-1. Rover's captain Dan Trenkel who always seems to play well against us then put a cross into the box which was met by the head of Ty Benjamin. Bonfield made a good parried save only for Benjamin to be the quickest to the ball and make it 0-2.


Captains collide - Kirby and Trenkel up for the ball
 Town had a great shout for a penalty when Richard Morton was brought down with a late tackle inside the area which the referee didn't give just before the break.

Town pressed to get back into the game in the second half only for Rovers to seal the result in the 57 minute when that man again Dan Trenkel put the ball across the goalmouth for Billy Johnson to finish making the score 0-3.




Louis Godwin-Green in the Rover's goal made a great save from a Bardle header to keep a clean sheet for his team and his opposite number Bonfield made a fantastic save late on to keep the score at 0-3.


Grant Khory-Davidson wins the ball ahead of Gunz.
It was just one of those afternoon's for Town as with a little more good fortune the result as stated could of been completely different.

Rovers had four good chances of which three they clinically put away.

This was their first away win in the league this season having drawn their last two on the road at Potters Bar Town and Leyton previously losing at Maldon & Tiptree and Cheshunt.










Roll on the FA Trophy trip to Tonbridge next weekend!!! 


Trenkel challenging for the ball again

Kirby gets his foot to the ball
MATCH HIGHLIGHTS BELOW (THE COLD END DIDN'T CATCH ROVER'S FIRST GOAL) - WITH APOLOGIES FOR THE INDUSTRIAL BUT PASSIONATE VERBAL EXPRESSIONS OF A TOWN FAN..THOSE WHO KNOW HIM WILL RECOGNISE HIS VOICE -

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