COLNEY HEATH v BRIGHTLINGSEA REGENT
On a very chilly Tuesday evening in front of a crowd of 224, which is the biggest seen at Colney Heath in years, the home side's run in this season's FA Vase ended as Thurlow Nunn Premier Division Brightlingsea Regent recorded a hard earned 0-2 victory to qualify for the last 32 for the first time in their history.
|A still picture taken from the video of the first tackle and yellow card offence shows the player won the ball?|
|At 0-2 down and then down to 10 men Colney Heath's chance of a come back were near enough ended|
The game was dominated by the defences with not many clear cut chances being made by either sides who were both hard working and fully committed as was expected in a FA Vase game where a place one step closer to Wembley was on offer. In the end the away side deserved their victory and now play Bodmin Town at home in the next round on Saturday 18th January.