Match report

Team Bath 0 - 2 Tiverton Town

   Saturday 31/12/2005   Southern League Premier Division
AJ

Comfortable victory today ‚ We looked good in the first half as John B said should have been six up in the first half (yet again)
Midfield trio ran the game ‚ and Mudgie & Pearsy combined well to create numerous chances

Pitch cut up badly second half ‚ and the passing game was affected ‚ Cannot believe how poor Team Bath were compared to how they played at our place

There keeper was kept very busy and did extremely well to keep them in the game .

We had fifteen shots on target & six off target plus seven corners which gives you an idea of how the game went
Wints had one of those days and miskicked several times ‚ but also redeemed himself with some timely interceptions ‚plus an excellent free kick that saw Darren Davies score with a diving header.

Chris Bale is playing very well at present ‚ and is scoring goals ‚ and the link up play with Kwame & Chris Holloway is a big plus

Mudgie had a frustrating day as he created so many goal scoring opportunities for himself & others‚ his best efforts either hit defenders or the keeper made good saves ‚ but he is terrorising defences at the moment with his pace and control ‚and is becoming a good team player.

Funny moment today Mudgie chased a long ball which was a 50/50 with there keeper‚which Mudgie pulled out of rather than clatter the keeper ‚because of the lack of noise in the ground Ovengloves was clearly heard Rollocking Mudgie from the other end of the ground and calling him a chicken !!!

And you are not going to believe this but Mudgie headed the ball twice today !!! Is that a first ?????
Or did he not fancy a rollocking from Ovengloves again

We will have to be on top of our game to beat Chippenham on Monday who are on a good run themselves
so should be a good match ‚ hope the fans get down to give us some support

This report ©2005 AJ






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