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Scored both goals

Fisher Athletic 1-2 Rebels
by Ted on 21/11/2005

Slough came from behind to beat 2nd placed Fisher Athletic at Dulwich Hamlet's Champion Hill ground.

Fisher Athletic

Slough Town

1

2

Ryan Martin . Ian Hodges
Ian Hodges
Ryman League Premier Division
Champion Hill Stadium (Dulwich Hamlet FC)
Saturday 19th November 2005
3.00pm
The Report

The Slough faithful travelled probably more in hope than expectation to Champion Hill, despite their good track record on the ground. Fisher were flying high, and Slough had been lacking in confidence recently. Most thought that a decent performance and and a respectable score line, together with some good displays from Slough's on loan signings, would be the most that could be hoped for.

Fisher started brightly, and were soon in front, courtesy of Martin at the far post. It looked like the start of a bad day for Slough, but before the visiting fans had time to despair, the equaliser came, Hodges (who else?) getting onto the end of an excellent Brookes cross after he broke down the left. Shortly after the restart Fisher hit the post. Surely this would be a high scoring thriller?

The game then settled down, with both sides playing good football, Fisher having more possession and pressure, but Slough looking dangerous on the breakaway, being robbed of some good possession by the ref's failure to play advantage Half time arrived without further score, and the Rebels were applauded off.

The second half took up where the first left off, Fisher doing most of the pressurising, and Slough defending resolutely and well. A good pass from Alexis, playing his best game yet, found Brookes on the left, and the outcome was the same as Slough's first goal, a far post slide in from a measured cross.

From then on Fisher had all the possession, but failed to fully pressurise a much improved Slough defence. Slough defended in depth, blocking any shots, chasing and closing down all the time, but failing to keep any possession to relieve pressure. In the end it didn't matter . Fisher 1 Slough 2.

The Teams

Fisher Athletic

Slough Town

1. Robert Tolfrey
2. Chris Piper (c)
3. Marcel Nugent
4. Tim Clancy
5. Nick Davis
6. Ryan Kirby
7. Anthony Riviere
8. Ellis Green
9. Leroy Griffiths
10. Damian Scannell
11. Ryan Martin
1. Clark Masters
2. Josias Carbon
3. Andy Ballard
4. Steve Daly (c)
5. Mark Avery
6. Leigh Mason (15)
7. Darron Wilkinson (12)
8. Gareth McCleary
9. Ian Hodges
10. Jamie Brooks
11. John Mousinho
Subs Subs
12. Lenny Piper
14. Francis Duku
15. Steve Watts
16. Matthew Lovell
17. Michael Smith
12. Michael Alexis (7)
14. Matt Seedel
15. Leon Woodruffe (6)
16. Glen Harris
17. Michael Parkin
Manager Wayne Burnett Manager Eddie Denton

Attendance: 160

Match Officials

Referee Mark Links
Assistant Referee Jon Gooding
Assistant Referee Tim Slater

RebelsOnline Man of the Match

Jamie Brooks

Set up both goals and always looked threatening.

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