will be no magical FA Cup run this season as Slough went down 2-0 at
Ridgeons Premier League side Wroxham.
The home side deserved their
win as goals from Justin Fox and Gavin Lemmon meant that it was
Slough's turn to be "giantkilled".
Wroxham looked more lively during the first-half, restricting the
Rebels to long range shots whilst having a few chances themselves.
home side could have gone into the half-time break with the lead,
but Adrian Coote's header from Gavin Pauling's cross was ruled out
because the forward was leaning on Rebels defender Steve Daly
Not much changed in the second-half and Wroxham took the lead
through Justin Fox on 65 minutes. Fox lobbed the ball over the
advancing Michael Parkin following a free-kick when the ball bounced
unkindly, leaving Mark Avery and Josias Carbon, who were both
attempting to clear the ball stranded.
The home side made the win safe with about five minutes of normal
time remaining. Gavin Lemmon slotted past Michael Parkin after a
break involving Coote, Gilmore, Gilman and Edridge following a