Reading Town 2-2 Harrow Hill (17th Jan)

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Reading Town 2-2 Harrow Hill (17th Jan)

Post  RTFC Barmy Army on Sat Jan 17, 2009 3:04 am

Looking forward to this game as the Reading Town team is in such great form. Scoring goals for fun and keeping plenty of clean sheets which is superb. Harrow on the other hand have only won one league game all season which was against Kiddy 2-0 on the 22nd November. Harrow Hill are 2nd from bottom in the league with only 8 points same as Bicester but have a much better goal difference with -23 compared to Bicesters -50. Hopefully the IT man can work his magic as he is coming to fix the computer later this evening. If he does get it back working, then I will upload the Marlow United game fairly soon after Very Happy


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Re: Reading Town 2-2 Harrow Hill (17th Jan)

Post  RTFC Barmy Army on Sun Jan 18, 2009 5:45 am

1st half consisted of a lot of shots by the Reading Town which were either high and wide or straight at the Harrow keeper. Harrow Hill did have the odd chance here and ther but it didn’t really come to much. To be honest the entire first half wasn’t that exciting to watch with both sides creating not creating a lot of goal scoring opportunities.

2nd half Harrow Hill were awarded a penalty just after the restart because of a push/tug but my eye sight isn’t that good as it used to be, so can’t be 100% certain Rolling Eyes . From the resulting penalty Harrow Hill scored (but it wasn’t just a normal spot kick, because the ball was chipped into the middle of the goal whilst Chris Grace dived to his left.) All most straight after the goal Reading Town responded with a goal, when Suarez glided the ball into the top left hand corner to make the scores level bounce . Soon after goal machine Graham Lewis made it 2-1 when he slotted it past the keeper cheers . After the Town took the lead, there were a lot of balls going into the box which saw the Harrow Keeper make some fine saves and others which players couldn’t latch onto. Harrow were then reduced to 10 men midway through the 2nd half but this didn’t seem to effect them when they scored a late penalty on to make the final result 2-2 Mad .

M.O.M: No one really stood out for me on today’s performance, so can’t really give to anyone this week.

Harrow Hill played well in which they were determined to get a result. Hope they have a good journey back to Gloucestershire and good luck to them for the rest of the season.

Last thing had a nice drink in the clubhouse as per usual but it was bl@@dy cold in there affraid might need to wear more layers next time Laughing
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