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Two goal hero Josias Carbon

Rebels too good for brave Dons
by Nathan on 22/02/2005

Slough Town have reached the semi-final of the Bryco Cup following a second half comeback against Division One leaders AFC Wimbledon.

Slough Town


AFC Wimbledon

Josias Carbon (2-1)
Josias Carbon (2-2)
Glen Harris (pen 3-2)
Matt Seedel (4-2)


Shaun Allaway (OG 1-0)
Michael Cooper (2-0)

Bryco League Cup Quarter-Final
Stag Meadow
Tuesday 22nd February 2005
The Report
Slough Town came from two goals down at half-time to win 4-2 in a spectacular 2nd half display. Josias Carbon pulled it back to 2 all and goals from Glen Harris (penalty) and Matt Seedel gave Slough a place in the semi-finals of the Bryco Cup.

Ian Hodges came close to opening the scoring on three minutes. His header came off the crossbar and was cleared off the line.

Shaun Allaway fumbled a cross on 11 minutes to gift the visitors the lead .

Soon afterwards they doubled their advantage when Michael Cooper headed in a cross at the far post.

Despite more pressure from the home side, they couldn't force a goal and they went into half time with a mountain to climb.

2nd half

Within two minutes of the restart, Josias Carbon had pulled one back for Slough when he found space in the box and aimed a low shot into the corner.

The comeback was complete not long afterwards when he volleyed the ball into the corner following a cross.

It was Carbon who set up the third goal when he was fouled in the box. Glen Harris coolly stepped up and sent the 'keeper the wrong way from the spot.

The hosts made the win safe after Matt Seedel beat two defenders and aimed a low shot into past the oncoming goalkeeper and into the far corner from the edge of the penalty area.

The hosts came close to adding a 5th goal, but Matt Murphy headed narrowly wide from another cross.

The Teams

Slough Town

AFC Wimbledon

1. Shaun Allaway
2. Josias Carbon
3. Michael Murphy
4. Steve Daly
5. James Saulsbury
6. Matt Seedel
7. Darron Wilkinson
8. Glen Harris
9. Ian Hodges
10. Matt Murphy
11. Ryan Spencer
1. Paul Smith
2. Anthony Howard
3. Mark Jones (S1)
4. Chris Gell
5. Mark Cooper
6. Steve Gibson
7. Robert Ursell (S4)
8. Jon-Barrie Bates
9. Richard Butler
10. Leon McDowall
11. Gavin Bloger
Subs Subs
S1. Veli Hakki
S2. Sam Shepherd
S3. Daniel Cann
S4. Adam Kassin
S5. Michael Parkin
S1. Michael Woolner
S2. Danny Nasbitt
S3. Ryan Gray
S4. Jon Sheerin
S5. Martin Randall
Manager Eddie Denton Manager Dave Anderson
Attendance: 564

Match Officials

Referee - Mr. G. Scott
Assistant referee - Mr S. Muffin
Assistant referee - Mr B. Barry

RebelsOnline Man of the Match

Josias Carbon

Scored two and won the penalty for the 3rd.

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