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Consolation goal

Rebels fall to East Thurrock
by Nathan on 23/11/2005

Slough failed to impress following Saturday's win at Fisher Athletic, going down 2-1 at Stag Meadow.

Slough Town

East Thurrock United



Glen Harris . Steve West
Danny Harris
Ryman League Premier Division
Stag Meadow
Tuesday 22nd November 2005
The Report

Slough failed to reproduce the performance shown at Fisher Athletic and they paid the price with two well taken goals from Steve West and Danny Harris, meaning that East Thurrock complete the double of the Rebels this season.

The deadlock was broken on 40 minutes following a dreadful backpass from on loan John Moushino to Clark Masters, also on loan. As Clark Masters ran out to try to clear the ball, it hit the oncoming Steve West and the ball fell kindly for him to slam it into the open net for an embarrassing goal.

2nd half

As Slough pushed for an equaliser, Jamie Brooks (pictured right) was presented with a golden opportunity to get the home side back on level terms. From 5 yards out with only the goalkeeper to beat, his shot slammed against the near post and out of play for a goal-kick for Slough's best chance of the match.

Slough were made to regret that missed chance as midway through the 2nd half, an East Thurrock forward came off slightly worse from a 50-50 tackle and was rewarded a free-kick. The kick was taken quickly the East Thurrock forwards were alert to the situation. Unfortunately, Slough's defence weren't. The ball fell to Danny Harris in lots of space and he was able to slot the ball past Clark Masters to to put the visitors 2-0 up.

It was until 10 minutes left that Slough put the East Thurrock goal under any real pressure and in typical Slough Town style, they gave themselves a glimmer of a lifeline as Glen Harris (pictured left) turned and slammed the ball into the net for 2-1.

It was too little too late, despite Jamie Brooks wasting another good chance as he found himself in space, he shot too early and the ball went well wide of the goal and the visitors held on for a deserved win.

The Teams

Slough Town

East Thurrock United

1. Clark Masters
2. Josias Carbon
3. Andy Ballard
4. Steve Daly (c)
5. Mark Avery
6. Leon Woodruffe (16)
7. Michael Alexis  
8. Gareth McCleary
9. Ian Hodges
10. Jamie Brooks
11. John Moushino
1. Knowles
2. Pashley
3. Scott Holding
4. Fillett
5. Kevin Mully
6. Elliott Gresham
7. Danny Hayzelden
8. Steve Harrison   (12)
9. Steve West
10. Danny Harris
11. Richard Thomas
Subs Subs
12. Leigh Mason
14. Mark West
15. Mat Seedel
16. Glen Harris (6)
17. Michael Parkin
12. Martin Tuohy   (8)
14. Tony Boot
15. Jon Turnbull
16. Stuart Williams
17. Mark Hardingham
Manager Eddie Denton Manager Lee Patterson

Attendance: 191

Match Officials

Referee Mr. S. Hooper
Assistant Referee Mr. A. R. Piggott
Assistant Referee Mr. A. Hyne

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