Moors Impress Despite Defeat
( 12 Votes )
Saturday, 01 February 2014 19:50

image033When Brackley travelled to Solihull earlier this season it was an Omar Bogle penalty which separated the sides and with the Saints still in the play off zone, the return fixture had all the ingredients of another tight battle. Moors had two new faces in their line up, Dior Angus up front and Exodus Geohaghon at the back. Captain Rob Elvins was for the first time in a Moors shirt playing at Centre forward a hark back to his West Bromwich Albion days.



Again for the second match running Moors conceded an early goal when the deadly Stephan Moore latched onto a defensive mistake and rifled in from 25 yards. Despite the set back Moors battled their way into the match and started to dictate play. Ryan Beswick’s free kick on 12 minutes was just over, Geohaghons' massive throws were causing problems for the home defence and we were starting to see the best of Alex Dean‘s runs down the right flank. On 20 minutes Angus got onto a Blackwood cross and danced around his defender but his final goal bound touch was somehow scuffed away. Jay Denny shot over two minutes later as Saints cleared another Beswick free kick. On 36 minutes Geohaghon met Beswick’s free kick but the header was deflected for a corner.


diorreeceTowards the end of the half Brackley were twice denied by Dom Langdon, first when a perfectly timed tackled prevented a one on one with Singh and then seconds later as he threw himself in front bravely in front of a goal bound effort. As the interval beckoned Geohaghon just failed to connect with a Beswick cross with the goal at his mercy and after an opening first half where Moors had most of the play they still trailed by the single goal.



Ryan Beswick’s speculative shot over the bar in the first minute from the restart set out Moors stall as they took the game to their hosts. Dom Langdon was inches wide on 50 minutes with Elvins header just off target as Solihull peppered the Brackley box with crosses. Beswick's header from a great Michael Blackwood run fell short on 57 minutes whilst on the counter attack Saints had a rare chance to extend their lead but Singh was equal to a week header from six yards. Ten minutes on Reid saw his 20 yard drive swerve away beyond the upright before Moors resumed the upper hand.


On 73 minutes a finger tip push over the bar by Turley from a Beswick corner kept his side ahead and almost immediately Michael Taylor was through but his shot hit the side netting. With Gary Birch on for Denny, the long throws and crosses kept the hosts on the back foot, but both Blackwood and Beswick saw chances go begging. Then with four minutes of normal time remaining Beswick put a pin point free kick in the path of Birch but his free header was over the bar. There was still time for Dean to try a 20 yarder and a dummy by Birch in the dying seconds eluded Turley but was wide of the mark.


image028Another disappointing result for Moors but they can look back at their performance as a return to normality after a bleak January as they prepare for next Saturday’s visit of Colwyn Bay for another Skrill Conference North Match Kick Off 3.00pm. Bay have stormed up the league in recent weeks but Solihull will not forget loosing their unbeaten record in North Wales last November and have a point to prove.

 

Many thanks to Brian Martin for use of these images

 

Full Time: Brackley Town 1 - 0 Solihull Moors

Solihull Moors: Jasbir Singh, Alex Dean, Dominic Langdon, Jay Denny (Gary Birch 76), Rob Elvins (c), Exodus Geohaghon, Darryl Knights (Jordan Gough 62), Reece Fleet (Michael Taylor 70), Dior Angus, Ryan Beswick, Michael Blackwood. Subs not used: Junior English, Mathew Birley.

 

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Reinforcements Arrive
( 9 Votes )
Friday, 31 January 2014 15:19

diorexodusFollowing the departure last week of Peter Till to Leamington, Manager Marcus Bignot has moved quickly to secure his replacement, with forward Dior Angus re-joining the club. Dior left the Moors in the summer to sign a one-year contract with Skrill Premier side Kidderminster Harriers, but has seen his first team chances limited this season to just six appearances. Having progressed through the youth team at Solihull Moors, he broke into the Moors first team last season and became an integral part of the team making 29 starts for the club and scoring 7 goals.

 

Also joining Solihull is Birmingham born Exodus Geohaghon from Braintree Town. The 6'5" defender was a part of last season's Conference Premier winning Mansfield Town side, with the 28 year old also turning out for Sutton Coldfield Town, Bromsgrove Rovers, Redditch United, Kettering Town, Peterborough United, Barnet, Darlington and Kidderminster Harriers during his career.

Both players join in time to be available to Manager Marcus Bignot for selection in Saturday's match away against Brackley Town.

 

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City Defeat Completes Bad Month
( 8 Votes )
Wednesday, 29 January 2014 06:57

worcester michael matt and stuartJanuary is a month Moors will wish to forget with just two points secured from six matches. They travelled the short distance to Worcester City’s temporary home at Aggborough, Kidderminster Harriers Stadium on Tuesday night, with some positives from the previous home defeat against Hednesford but the start of this local derby could not have been worse. Steven Leslie, only recruited by the Blues last November, found himself with space some 25 yards out in the second minute of play and fired in a thunderbolt, the force of which carried the ball over the line despite Jas Singh’s initial save. Moors had cause to thank their keeper for what followed as Solihull battled to get into the match after 15 minutes under the cosh. Reece Fleet’s in swinger was just wide of the post, whilst Ryan Beswick had a chance to shoot on 16 minutes but opted for a pass some 10 yards out.

 

worcester rob elvinsOn the half hour Alex Dean charged down the right flank, found Beswick in the box who flicked the ball on to Michael Taylor whose shot went across the face of the goal. It was a Beswick corner with seven minutes of the half remaining that found Stuart Pierpoint but his header back into the box was nodded out by Matt Birley. Singh denied Ethan Moore with a one on one opportunity, whilst Nti was foiled twice by the Moors keeper but with Solihull now back in the thick of things, they were failing again to test the keeper. The half went into added time and Worcester were awarded a free kick on the edge of the 18 yard box but the chance was spurned by the home side.


worcester reece fleetWorcester started the second half much as they had the opening segment although Jay Denny‘s header on 48 minutes was on target but saved by Viega. Singh saved well from the tall Aaron Brown on 51 minutes but then as Moors failed to clear a frenzied attack Ethan Moore was on hand to smash the ball home from three yards. To their credit Moors came straight back and on 57 minutes Denny slotted the prefect pass through to Beswick who gave Viega no chance as he rolled the ball into the corner of the net for 2 - 1.


Gary Birch found the back of the net on 61 minutes but was off side. Knights cross on 72 minutes eluded the incoming Junior English. Alex Dean’s effort on 76 minutes was just wide. Both Rob Elvins and Jay Denny joined the attack as Moors battled for the equaliser. However, the game turned when Pierpoint received his marching orders for a second bookable offence as he intercepted Ramsey Dickson. The ten men threw everything at their hosts but in the third minute of added time were caught on the break and Nelson- Eddy smashed the ball in for number three off the underside of the cross bar.

Many thanks to Rob Bazley and Worcester City FC for the use of these images

 

Full Time: Worcester City 3 - 1 Solihull Moors

Goal: Ryan Beswick (56)

Solihull Moors: Jasbir Singh, Stuart Pierpoint, Michael Blackwood, Mathew Birley (Darryl Knights), Alex Dean, Rob Elvins, Reece Fleet, Jay Denny, Gary Birch, Ryan Beswick, Michael Taylor (Junior English). Subs not used: Darren Acton, Dominic Langdon, Michael Nottingham.

 
Skrill Season Ticket Competition
( 4 Votes )
Tuesday, 28 January 2014 09:57

north squareLeague sponsors Skrill are giving away a pair of season-tickets to each Skrill Premier, Skrill North and Skrill South club for the remainder of the season. Whether it’s an exciting race for the league title, a promotion campaign or a battle to avoid the drop – there is plenty to play for at all 68 clubs. All you have to do is open a Skrill account using this link. Then simply e-mail them from the account you registered with to: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 

Put the name of the team you support in the subject field and you will go into the draw. Opening a Skrill account is completely free of charge and takes no more than a minute! A range of benefits are open to all Skrill account holders and your entry into this competition will also enable us to tell you about other great offers and competitions specific to your team!

 

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Moors Throw Away Two Goal Lead
( 13 Votes )
Saturday, 25 January 2014 18:15

Was it an ominous sign when 10 minutes before the start of this vital match for Moors, the clouds opened with thunder and lighting whilst another bumper crowd ran to the safety of the stands. Moors did everything to build a two goal lead but poor defending in the final fifteen minutes cost them dearly.

Solihull opened brightly with Michael Taylor hustling through the Pitmen’s defence and Junior English just failing to properly connect from a nod down from Gary Birch 6 yards out. On 15 minutes the visitors had their first meaningful foray into the box when Blissett got onto the end of a cross but his header was fractionally wide as Moors fans held their breath. On the half hour mark Birch was waiting in the six yard area when a Jordan Gough’s cross stuck in the mud and he reacted first to smash home a left footer to edge Solihull in front. With Moors playing better on the wet surface, Hednesford’s efforts to get back were thwarted and Beswick might have extended the lead on 41 minutes but for a brave dive at his feet from ex Moors keeper Crane. Their best chance was reserved for Osborne whose 25 yarder at the end of the half failed to cause Singh any problem.

Robbie Thompson-Brown, another ex-Moorsman went close in the second minute after the restart but Moors might have doubled their advantage on 55 minutes when Birch found himself one on one with Crane but chose a low shot as opposed to a lob which would have beaten the oncoming keeper. Within seconds Beswick’s in swinging corner needed a fine punch out on the goal line. Jordan Gough’s cross flew right across the goal with no one there for a nod, Wint was denied by Crane on 62 minutes and Elvins was inches short at the far post to meet yet another Beswick dead ball. Then on 72 minutes with the best move of the day Moors went further ahead – Aron Wint picked up the ball on the left flank, Birch nodded down the cross to Beswick who slid in for number two.

Whether Solihull took their eye off the ball or Hednesford finally showed why they are amongst the promotion favourites, the final quarter of an hour was a disaster for the home side. Within two minutes of the Moors goal they failed to clear their lines as Hednesford piled on the pressure and substitute Riley gave Singh no chance from 10 yards. Seven minutes later the Solihull defence was out jumped with a corner and Harvey had a relatively easy header for the equaliser. Just when it seemed Moors might hang on to a draw, they failed to deal with another corner and Francis needed only a tap in to send the away fans delirious.

The result still leaves Moors in seventh position but this was a game they should have won. Tuesday’s visit to Kidderminster Harriers ground, Aggborough, for the re-arranged match with Worcester presents another chance for the Moors to kick start the second half of the season and get them back into the play off positions. Kick Off 7.45 pm.

 

Full Time: Solihull Moors 2 - 3 Hednesford Town

Scorers: Gary Birch (32), Ryan Beswick (72)

Attendance: 602

Solihull Moors: Jasbir Singh, Stuart Pierpoint, Jordan Gough (Dominic Langdon 84), Mathew Birley (Darryl Knights 89), Michael Nottingham, Rob Elvins (c), Junior English, Jay Denny, Gary Birch, Ryan Beswick, Michael Taylor (Aron Wint 64). Subs Not Used: Reece Fleet, Michael Blackwood

 
Winger Leaves To Join Brakes
( 11 Votes )
Wednesday, 22 January 2014 16:02

peter_till2We can confirm that Winger Peter Till has left the club and joined fellow Skrill North side Leamington. Peter had made 16 starts for the Moors since joining from Tamworth in the summer, scoring against Bradford and Oxford City.

 

The club would like to thank Peter for his service to the club, and hope to make an announcement regarding a new signing in the next few days.

 
Lions End Moors' Home Run
( 5 Votes )
Wednesday, 22 January 2014 08:45

guiseley1Since their elevation to the Conference North Guiseley have been in the play offs every season but when Moors visited them for the first game of this campaign it was Solihull who produced a stunning performance to take all three points with a 3 – 0 victory. Hoping to bounce back from the defeat last Saturday at Boston, Solihull were without the injured Omar Bogle and captain Rob Elvins taken ill before the start of the return fixture on a cold rainy night at Damson Park.

 

guiseley4Moors started positively with Jay Denny’s shot blocked on 11 minutes whilst Darryl Knight’s bullet on the quarter hour mark was deflected by Junior English. Guiseley could have opened their account on 24 minutes when Alex Johnson went close with a looping effort cleared off the line by Jordan Gough. With both sides playing end to end football Singh was called into action with 15 minutes to run with a diving save at the feet of Johnson and as Moors broke Langdon found Nottingham in the box but his dummy was not picked up by the attack. On 35 minutes Singh pushed a goal bound free kick around the post but just before the interval a short corner found Rothery on the edge of the box and, when his rasping shot was blocked, Hall was there for a simple tap in to give the Lions a one nil advantage at the break.



guiseley2Moors bright start after the interval was short lived when Guiseley doubled their lead as Lawlor’s header from a corner somehow found its way through a packed six yard area ending up in the corner of the net. With Beswick and Wint on after 10 minutes of the half, Solihull did their best to rescue the unbeaten home league record dating back to the start of the season but again the killer punch in the final third was missing and the danger of being caught on the break an ever present threat. On 52 minutes Knights shot rebounded out for a corner and Blackwood’s drive on 66 minutes sailed over the bar. A chipped free kick from Beswick to Birch failed to worry keeper Dredge resulting in another dangerous break as Brooksby found Johnson in the box but his shot hit the side netting.



guiseley3As Moors failed to capitalise on a consecutive free kick and corner it was, however, Brooksby who put the match beyond reach on 70 minutes when he took a defence splitting pass from Johnson, and a one on one with Singh saw the ball into the bottom right hand corner of the goal despite the keeper getting a hand to it. Michael Taylor was on as the match ebbed away but although he made a difference up front, the Guiseley goal was never threatened and thus ends the Moors unbeaten home league reun this season.

 

Full Time: Solihull Moors 0 - 3 Guiseley

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Attendance: 336

 

Solihull Moors: Jasbir Singh, Alex Dean, Jordan Gough, Reece Fleet, Michael Nottingham, Dominic Langdon, Junior English (Michael Taylor 75), Jay Denny(c) (Ryan Beswick 55), Gary Birch, Michael Blackwood, Darryl Knights (Aron Wint 55). Subs not used: Stuart Pierpoint, Mathew Birley

 
Pilgrims Progress Past Moors
( 8 Votes )
Sunday, 19 January 2014 09:10

boston3A bumper crowd turned out for this clash between two promotion hopefuls on a sunny Saturday in Lincolnshire. Moors might have opened the scoring in the first minute with Beswick getting onto a Knights cross but foiled by a fine save from keeper Lewis King. It was King again who denied Beswick, Bogle and English with all three shots on target lacking the pace to damage the score line. Whilst Moors poured forward Boston looked dangerous on the break and Gough cleared from a dangerous goal mouth scramble whilst Singh was in dominant form twice denying centre forward Miller early on. On 21 minutes Langdon was dispossessed in the box but recovered quickly to head away the ensuing pass across the goal mouth. Stuart Pierpoint, as always resolute in defence was knocked to the ground on the half hour – thankfully after a three minute delay Pierpoint was back on his feet and play resumed. Wint was upended some 15 yards from the goal line and Beswick’s subsequent free kick was just wide of the post



boston4The end to end play was brought to an abrupt halt when seven minutes before the interval Ryan Semple fired in from 18 yards and a touch from Garner gave Singh no chance as The Pilgrims opened their account. As the hosts looked to double the initiative Pierpoint was again left writhing in the 18 yard box but referee Miller chose to ignore his plight. Boston drove on and in the confusion Miller hammered the second goal again giving the Moors keeper little chance. Denny replaced the unfortunate Pierpoint as play resumed and In the five minutes of added time Miller’s fierce shot was tipped over the bar, Wint was just wide and finally Omar Bogle latched onto a cross, beat his opponent and slotted a beauty into the back of the right hand corner to reduce the deficit at the interval 2 - 1.

 

boston1Boston’s substitute goal keeper was on from the start of the second half but Moors failed to test him early on. Boston were flying and on 55 minutes Miller volleyed Semple’s corner with a curler into the top left hand of the net for a goal of the season contender. Solihull tried to respond – Reece Fleet saw his shot tipped over, but it was an uphill climb. Peter Till was on for Beswick in an effort to claw something back for Moors and Fleet might have scored on 63 minutes but failed to convert a knock down from Dom Langdon. Wint went wide two minutes later after good work from Knights before making way for Gary Birch with twenty minutes to play but Moors could not find a way through in the final third despite winning the battle of the mid fields in the dying stages of the game. Boston continued to be dangerous on the break - Singh using his legs to stop a one on one extending the lead, before McGhee hit the cross bar with a twenty yarder.



boston2Things went from bad to worse with five minutes remaining when Bogle was stretchered off and with an extended added time the 10 men hung on bravely before Miller was fouled in the box and duly converted for his second hat trick in a week.

 

Many thanks to Tim Hoff and Boston United for the use of these images.

 

Full Time: Boston United 4 - 1 Solihull Moors

Goal: Omar Bogle (45mins)

Solihull Moors: Jasbir Singh, Stuart Pierpoint (Jay Denny 43), Jordan Gough, Reece Fleet, Rob Elvins (c), Dominic Langdon, Junior English, Aron Wint (Gary Birch 69), Omar Bogle, Ryan Beswick (Peter Till 60), Darryl Knights. Subs not used: Michael Taylor, Alex Dean.

 

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Moors vs Brakes Ends In Stalemate
( 13 Votes )
Saturday, 11 January 2014 21:57

leam2Solihull have met Leamington three times already this season winning two and drawing in the FA Cup. There has never been more than one goal difference in any of the matches but in front of the Club’s largest league attendance ever, could Moors find that elusive touch which might send them back to the top of the Skrill Conference North?

The visitors started brightly but Moors first meaningful attack on 11 minutes found Omar Bogle off side. Jordan Gough’s cross needed only contact but eluded Moors attack. What was already evident was Moors catching the Brakes off side and giant Liam Daly winning the battle of the heads with Gary Birch but that would change. Leamington’s Danny Newton’s pace was a constant threat but time after time he fell foul of the off side trap.

leam1Birch was unlucky from an in swinging Beswick corner on 19 minutes, and then having turned provider it was Bogle’s turn to fire over the bar. At the other end Newton dispossessed Junior English in the box but shot well over. Beswick’s skill took him through three defenders before his dink in the box was cleared but on 32 minutes a bending free kick from the Moors marksman just outside the box looked destined for the opener before a terrific save from Breedon to his left kept the score equal. With both Birch and Bogle keeping the pressure on the Leamington defence Matt Birley had a chance just before the interval when he ran with the ball from midfield whilst the Brakes defence simply opened up for him but his shot also cleared the cross bar leaving the score goalless at half time

leam3With Peter Till on for Birley, Moors started the second half with added impetus with Birch beating three defenders but producing a shot straight at keeper Breedon. Jas Singh dived bravely at feet to deny the visitors in 51 minutes whilst when the Brakes did beat Moors off side trap a skimming low drive through a melee of legs found the shot stopper well positioned. On 56 minutes Birch had a one on one with Breedon his chip was an easy take for the keeper.

Moors best chance fell to Junior English at the half way stage but his goal bound effort was deflected by Mace and skimmed inches beyond the upright with Breedon beaten and it was the keeper again on 70 minutes denying Beswick with a punch out as the ball screamed goal ward. Mace failed to worry Singh with another low drive through a crowded box, whilst Michael Nottingham saw his shot clear the cross bar. With 15 minutes on the clock Aron Wint looked to be on for a one on one but was denied by the speed of Breedon racing off his line. A penalty shout from Gough was correctly waived away on 79 minutes.

In a frantic last 10 minutes Lee Moore’s solo effort was wide of the Solihull post whist a Beswick 35 yard free kick was met by the head of Gary Birch but looped over the bar, the same fate as awaited Wint’s shot just before the final whistle.

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Just the one point sees them remain in fourth place in the league just two points off the top slot, the back four was rarely troubled by Leamington, but at the end of the day it was the performance in the final third which determined the result.

Full Time: Solihull Moors 0 - 0 Leamington

Attendance: 877

Solihull Moors: Jasbir Singh, Junior English, Jordan Gough, Reece Fleet, Michael Nottingham, Dominic Langdon, Jay Denny (Aron Wint 61), Gary Birch, Omar Bogle, Ryan Beswick (c), Mathew Birley (Peter Till 46). Subs not used: Darren Acton, Darryl Knights, Michael Taylor.

 
New Date For Worcester Trip
( 5 Votes )
Tuesday, 07 January 2014 12:03

The Away match against Worcester City that was supposed to take place on New Year's Day, has now been rearranged for Tuesday 28th January (7.45pm kickoff). This will take place at the Aggborough Stadium, the home of Kidderminster Harriers. Directions and pricing can be found here

 
Birch Steals Point From Celtic
( 14 Votes )
Saturday, 04 January 2014 18:47

staly2Solihull who started the year at the top of the table were given a reality check Stalybridge Celtic but the sheers guts and determination of the Mighty Moors saw them scrape a point in added time coming back from 1-3 down.



The opening 10 minutes was a fairly even affair with end to end play from both teams. Omar Bogle was close on 5 minutes whilst Celtic had a penalty shout ignored by referee D’Aguilar when player manager Briggs was dispossessed in the box. On 10 minutes Junior English tested keeper Stevenson from a corner but almost immediately was fouled in the 18 yard area as he went in for a low header. Bogle cheekily chipped the keeper from the spot to put Moors one up.

 

staly3Moors seemed to have the upper hand as Bogle went wide from an excellent cross from Peter Till but had to thank their keeper on 25 minutes when a hard driven daisy cutter eluded the defence but Singh was there ready and waiting. On the half hour mark Stevenson reacted quickly to avert the incoming Wint whilst Bogle’s header was again agonisingly wide. Celtic were, however, gifted an equaliser on 35 minutes when a defensive mix up left the ball within reach of the irrepressible Anoruo who calmly rounded the Moors keeper for a simple tap in. Moors have been undone by Anoruo on more than one occasion with his previous clubs and needed to keep a close eye on the speedy striker. Dom Langdon’s header from Fleet’s free kick was inches over the bar and the last action of the first half.

 

staly1Michael Blackwood was on for Jay Denny as the match resumed but it was the visitors on the front foot with only two minutes gone when Anoruo lost his man to fire in from 18 yards but thankfully wide of the post. Moors were still in the game but little in the final third presented any real danger to Celtic and it was Anouro again on 55 minutes who showed the way when left with a one on one with Singh he coolly dispatched his second goal of the day. It could have been 3-1 a moment later when McConville’s cross was thundered through the Moors defence but somehow, Singh’s right hand pushed what looked like a certain goal, around the post



staly5Manager Bignot brought on Gary Birch on the hour mark who immediately brought all his power and skill to bear as at last Moors began to look a potent force in the box. On 64 minutes Junior English smashed the ball goalwards but a miraculous finger tip save pushed it onto the bar and it was Stevenson again denying Birch a minute later. On 68 minutes Stuart Pierpoint rose highest to meet Fleet’s corner but his header was just over. Darryl Knights replaced Wint with 15 minutes to go as Moors pounded the box but to no avail but then disaster struck again; Stalybridge were awarded a free kick on the edge of the box and Platt lifted his shot over the defensive wall and into the right hand corner of the net with nine minutes left.

 

With the unbeaten home league record looking like history Moors threw everything at Celtic, Birch went close on 82 minutes and then from a Pierpoint cross the big man out jumped the keeper for his first goal of the day to give his side hope with four minutes of normal time remaining. The pressure was now relentless – Jordan Gough’s stinging 30 yarder was pushed to safety as the game entered four minutes added time. With two minutes left Junior English was fouled just outside the box – Reece Fleet‘s free kick found Birch in the six yard area as he exquisitely nodded the ball into the left hand corner of the goal for one of the most remarkable come backs of the season.

 

Solihull Moors would like to thank Mark Hennesey for the photographs of this game



staly4Moors now regroup for next Saturday’s derby match against an improving Leamington side. Kick Off is 3.00 pm at the Autotech Stadium, Damson Parkway.

 

Full Time: Solihull Moors 3 - 3 Stalybridge Celtic

Goals: Omar Bogle (pen 13), Gary Birch (85 & 90)

Attendance: 423

Solihull Moors: Jasbir Singh, Stuart Pierpoint, Jordan Gough, Reece Fleet, Rob Elvins (Gary Birch 59), Dominic Langdon, Jay Denny (Michael Blackwood HT), Aron Wint (Darryl Knights 74), Omar Bogle, Junior English, Peter Till. Subs not used: Darren Acton, Mathew Birley.

 
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