Monday, 30 January 2006

Burridge AFC 4 - 4 Aquaseal

Sunday 29th January
Burridge Rec.

With a squad whittled further to the bone due to absence of Kev Wilsher, Kristian Hewitt, Dave Hopkins and Lee Fielder, Burridge once again took to the field with the bare eleven. A quick fire double from Jay Schwodler catapulted Burridge ahead, but this was short lived as Aquaseal hit four first half goals leaving Burridge punch drunk.

Although Burridge's league form has been indifferent, they continued to chip away, and it was Ross Bryant who hit two well taken goals to give him five in three games as centre forward. When Bryn Schwodler was felled in the area after cutting in from the left it appeared victory was in Burridge's grasp, but Schwodler's spot kick was saved and the points were shared.

NB The result means we remain in 7th out of 9.
2 points ahead of Paxton who have a game in hand.
West Meon are 4 points ahead with 4 games in hand.
Whereas Aquaseal and ourselves have played the same but they lead us by 6 points.

Other results:
League
Gems 0 - 16 AFC Spotted Cow
Wickham Dynamos 1 - 6 Wlv Social Club
Pink Cup Round 1
West Meon 4 -4 Spinnaker

Cup Draws:
Dave Blunt Memorial Trophy
Round 1: Aquaseal 2 - 4 Burridge AFC
Round 2: Bye
Round 3: Burridge AFC 4 - 0 Ranville Rangers
Round 4: away to Titchfield Reserves (12/2)
Pink Cup: away to Wickham Dynamos (19/2)

11 comments:

rossy b said...

it's 5 goals in 3 games mr sanderson!

Mark Sanderson said...

Quite right! It has been ammended.

greg_baker said...

If anyone remembers Scott Bevan from the Botley AFC days, I've just read that he had to had a kidney removed after it got shattered in a collision when he was playing for Tamworth against Forest Green Rovers last Wednesday night. Apparantly he'd been due to go Stockport County to discuss terms the next day, after the performances in the FA Cup against Stoke. Harsh.

Emerson Marks said...

Blooming 'ell. That's pretty serious, will he be able to play again?

Dykey said...

ticthfield is andy's old team!!!

Kristian said...

Everyone has permission to shoot Bryn if he steps up to take a penalty again, I think my Nan could have saved his penalty. AWFUL.

Anonymous said...

thats really harsh bake's. i should never of taken that pen on sunday while i could barely even pass it which turned out to be what i did.good luck 4 sats game.bryn

iceman said...

Well done guys for a good comeback yesterday, you deserved at least a draw for your second half performance, if you had played for an extra 10 minutes you would have won, less said abouts Bryn's penalty the better!

Well done Ross, took your goals well, might well make a striker out of you yet!

Will hopefully be back for that cup game against Titchfield, i f******* hate watching!

iceman said...

Thats a real shame about Scott Bevan, specially as he was on verge of signing for a professional club, was only reading about him the other day in the echo, where he was saying how desperate he was to get a break with pro club.

Jay said...

Can everyone please leave Bryn alone. It wasn't his fault he missed. He tried his best, it was that horrible keepers fault. I'm still proud of you my Bryn. He aint heavy, he's my brother...

Anonymous said...

for starters rich, i know j wouldnt say that! And i should have taken it with my left peg anyway but you lot would of thought i was being cocky.

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