03rd Oct Sat Malmesbury Victoria 0-2 Reading Town

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03rd Oct Sat Malmesbury Victoria 0-2 Reading Town

Post  RTFC Barmy Army on Sat Oct 03, 2009 2:09 am

I'm trying to get a lift to this game and will you know nearer the time if I do manage to get to this game. A new ground to visit and new team to this league so it should be an entertaining game.


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Post  hughesj13 on Sun Oct 04, 2009 3:54 am

Another solid 3 points and a clean sheet!

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Post  BRAMLEY on Sun Oct 04, 2009 6:41 am

First point to be made on the proceedings this afternoon was the Malmesbury welcome.
All the club members had smiles on their faces and as visitors on the day we felt very comfortable.
Excellent food served to everybody at the end as well - congrats to all concerned.
Match spoiled by a very blustery sidewind although both teams did try hard to get it down and play entertaining football.
Town came out of the traps first and James Clark won a freekick adjacent to the right hand corner flag.
Aaron Parfitt delivered a dangerous cross and Michael Buck arrived late to head home after just 4 minutes.
Play was very evenly distributed thereafter until late in the half when Michael Hancock was adjudged to have pulled back the Malmesbury number 10.
The resultant penalty kick hit Grace's right hand post and was subsequently cleared.
Half Time: Malmesbury Victoria 0 Reading Town 1
Malmesbury had more than their fair share of the ball in the 2nd half and kept the Reading defence occupied.
Reading defenders Chris Farrelly and Will Bratt got forward to deliver dangerous crosses as the town continued to knock on the door for a deciding goal. It was to Malmesbury's credit that this came as late as injury time.
Danny Williamson broke at speed and his shot from the edge of the penalty area took a slight deflection and looped over the keeper and just under the bar to seal the 3 points.
The Barmy Army were somewhat muted this afternoon with the absence of their leader but hope he will be at the next fixture on Tuesday night.


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Re: 03rd Oct Sat Malmesbury Victoria 0-2 Reading Town

Post  RTFC Barmy Army on Sun Oct 04, 2009 6:51 am

BRAMLEY wrote:First point to be made on the proceedings this afternoon was the Malmesbury welcome.
All the club members had smiles on their faces and as visitors on the day we felt very comfortable.
Excellent food served to everybody at the end as well - congrats to all concerned.
Match spoiled by a very blustery sidewind although both teams did try hard to get it down and play entertaining football.
Town came out of the traps first and James Clark won a freekick adjacent to the right hand corner flag.
Aaron Parfitt delivered a dangerous cross and Michael Buck arrived late to head home after just 4 minutes.
Play was very evenly distributed thereafter until late in the half when Michael Hancock was adjudged to have pulled back the Malmesbury number 10.
The resultant penalty kick hit Grace's right hand post and was subsequently cleared.
Half Time: Malmesbury Victoria 0 Reading Town 1
Malmesbury had more than their fair share of the ball in the 2nd half and kept the Reading defence occupied.
Reading defenders Chris Farrelly and Will Bratt got forward to deliver dangerous crosses as the town continued to knock on the door for a deciding goal. It was to Malmesbury's credit that this came as late as injury time.
Danny Williamson broke at speed and his shot from the edge of the penalty area took a slight deflection and looped over the keeper and just under the bar to seal the 3 points.
The Barmy Army were somewhat muted this afternoon with the absence of their leader but hope he will be at the next fixture on Tuesday night.

I will be there, and I will get a large portion of chips Very Happy
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