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Tenants 3-1 Landlords

Rebels win local derby
by Nathan on 08/03/2005

Slough came from 1 goal down to beat landlords Windsor & Eton tonight.

Slough Town


Windsor & Eton

Matt Seedel (1-1)
Matt Murphy (2-1)
Matt Murphy (3-1)


Aiteouakrim (1-0)

Ryman League Premier Division
Stag Meadow
Tuesday 8th March 2005
The Report
Despite going behind to a late 1st half goal, Slough bounced back and (with a little help from Windsor goalkeeper Chuck Martini) deservedly claimed a 3-1 victory.

Slough started this local derby, re-arranged from December 27, and immediately went on the attack, but Matt Seedel was caught offside following a through ball.

Soon afterwards Glen Harris went close with a shot from the edge of the area. Josias Carbon also squandered a good chance when he put a shot over the bar following James Saulsbury’s long ball.

Windsor also had their fair share of possession, but made their first real attack of the game, forcing Shaun Allaway into a good save from a shot from the edge of the area.

Windsor’s recent signing, Jamie Jarvis from Hampton & Richmond Borough managed to get himself sent off by entering a fight between players from both teams, sparking celebrations amongst the Slough fans!

But for all Slough’s efforts, 45 minutes of football went unrewarded as they were undone by basic defensive errors.
Aiteouakrim slammed the ball in following a goalmouth scramble.

2nd half

Rebels manager Eddie Denton obviously wasn’t happy with the way the team had performed during the first half, and sent the team out some 5-10 minutes early, but they had to wait 20 minutes for an equaliser. Matt Murphy’s shot from close range was saved by Chuck Martini, the ball bounced to midfielder Veil Hakki who managed to miss the ball completely, but Matt Seedel was on hand to smash in the rebound.

The hosts took the lead when Chuck Martini went to punch a ball, but missed it, and the ball bounced over the line from the back of Matt Murphy’s head.

Windsor hit back almost straight away, but a shot went wide when a Windsor forward went one-on-one with Shaun Allaway whilst under pressure.

The Rebels almost undid their own comeback when Shaun Allaway went to clear the ball, but it rebounded off a Windsor player. Luckily for him, the ball went well wide of the goal.

Slough nearly put the game beyond any doubt, but Daniel Cann’s shot from Leigh Mason’s through ball was saved by the feet of Chuck Martini.

The Rebels made amends for that mistake when Matt Murphy scored his second of the game for 3-1. Leigh Mason’s shot was saved by Martini, but the ball went high over the area and Murphy managed to direct the ball into the empty net.
The Teams

Slough Town

Windsor & Eton

1. Shaun Allaway
2. Josias Carbon
3. Matt Seedel (S1)
4. Steve Daly (c)
5. James Saulsbury
6. Veli Hakki (S2)
7. Ryan Spencer
8. Glen Harris
9. Ian Hodges
10. Matt Murphy
11. Christian Metcalfe
1. Chuck Martini
2. Michael Barima
3. Ryan Parsons
4. Justin Skinner (c)
5. Jamie Jarvis
6. Paul Holsgrove
7. Belal Aiteouakrim (S3)
8. Lee Holsgrove
9. Peter Holsgrove
10. Fabian Forde (S1)
11. Joe Nartey (S4)
Subs Subs
S1. Daniel Cann
S2. Leigh Mason
S3. Darron Wilkinson
S4. Adam Kassin
S5. Michael Parkin
S1. Spencer Walsh
S2. Terry O'Conner
S3. Adam Crittenden
S4. Dave Tilbury
S5. Adam Goldie
Manager Eddie Denton Manager Dave Carroll
Attendance: 420

Match Officials

Referee - TBA
Assistant referee - TBA
Assistant referee - TBA

RebelsOnline Man of the Match

Matt Murphy

Scored two vital goals on the night.

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