Edgware Town 5 v 1 Tring Athletic

 

League game played at home Tuesday 6th March

 

  1. Greg Marsh
  2. Ben Gray
  3. David Sota
  4. Mark Burgess
  5. Fergus Moore
  6. Dennis Marhajan
  7. Rio Beech
  8. Dan Pett
  9. Omabolu Onabolu
  10. Luke Durnin
  11. Steven Benavides
  12. Ronny Mfinda
  13. Hani Berchiche
  14. Tyrone Mulholland
  15. Christian Londono

A game of two halves. From complete domination to struggling to find any rhythm.

 

Tring started quite lively and in the first 5 minutes got a shot off for an attempt at goal. The Wares then took control of the game and in the 9th minute Lolu taking a free kick that wrong footed the keeper 1-0. Minutes later Luke Durnin added to the scoreline with a well placed goal from a ball into the box 2-0. Steven Benavides, Luke Durnin, Rio Beech and Mark Burgess all added to the attempts at goal before Lolu braced it up in the 35th minute 3-0. There was a slight delay for an injury to a Tring player only for the game to resume with Lolu hitting his hat-trick weaving in and out of the 2 centre backs and smashing the ball left footed into the top corner beating the keeper at his near post 4-0. Fergus Moore made way for Christian Londono in the 42nd minute just before Steven Benavides added to the tally in the 43rd 5-0. 

 

HT - 5–0

   

Tring again started well within the first 2 minutes of the second half. It didn’t take long before the Wares had their own shot on goal with Steven Benavides. On 56 minutes Ben Gray came off for Ronny Mfinda with Rio Beech moving to left back and David Sota moving to right back. Up to this point the game was fairly even however, from the 64th minute when Luke Durnin made way for Christian Londono things changed for the worse. Rhythm was lost and despite the Wares having one or two attempts at goal Tring had taken the game by the horns. Lolu picked up a caution in the 82nd minute for persistent foul play and Tring took advance of their momentum by scoring from a cross in the 85th minute 5-1. The game drew to a lose without too many further incidents.   

 

FT - 5-1