Slough started the match with a much improved performance that
against Wealdstone on Saturday.
The Rebels were applying early
pressure and they nearly got an early reward when Ian Hodges fired
his shot over the bar following a pass from Darron Wilkinson.
Minutes afterwards they were rewarded when Alex Haddow, after
having won to tackles down the left wing, crossed the ball to Glen
Harris whose swerving shot got the better of the 'keeper and flew
into the net.
This spurred Slough to greater heights and confidence was now
high. As they applied more pressure they were unable to find a
second goal before half-time.
Tonbridge had their fair share of chances during the first-half
as well, Tony Dolby giving Jake Whincup a sight scare with a long
Half-time score Tonbridge Angels 0-1 Slough Town
Tonbridge came out for the second half and went flat out for an
equalising goal. They were really testing our defence and it was
only a matter of time before they got their first goal.
That goal did come on 63 minutes when Larkin latched onto a loose
ball and unleashed a cracker that flew into the net.
Barley three minutes later Sough found themselves behind after
Hambely received a pass down the left and fired a shot into he
Slough had lost all confidence in themselves. They were now
giving the ball away unnecessarily, passes were going astray and
they were allowing Tonbridge to apply even more pressure.
Despite this they were trying to find an equalising goal and were
rewarded with 10 minutes to go when a free-kick from the right found
Steve Daly, who was playing his 200th game for the club unmarked in
the box, who then headed the ball in off the post.
At the end we were all glad for the point, but judging by the way
we played in the first-half we should have been looking at all