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Harrow 2-1 Rebels

Mason goal not enough
by Nathan on 22/04/2006

A Leigh Mason goal midway through the second half wasn't enough for the Rebels to salvage a point at Harrow.

Harrow Borough

Slough Town



Elliot Onochie (pen)
Daniel Leech

. Leigh Mason
Ryman League Premier Division
Saturday 22nd April 2006
The Report
Slough could consider themselves unlucky not to take at least a point from today's game.

But following their first half performance, a point didn't seem realistically possible.

Harrow totally dominated the opening 45 and, had they put their shooting boots on could have been well out of sight by the break.

As it was, it took a disputed penalty midway through the half to open the scoring.

A Harrow forward went down rather easily in the box and whilst the referee didn't give the foul, the linesman (following plenty of appeals from the Harrow players) flagged and the referee obliged. Elliot Onochie calmly put away the spot kick, sending Clark Masters the wrong way.

Slough hardly threatened, with Ian Hodges missed opportunity having been put through one on one with the goalkeeper being Slough's only real chance of the first half.

The Rebels had their work cut out after Daniel Leech got on the end of a cross to head the ball past Masters for the home side's second goal. Following improved recent performances, Slough were back to their worst.

However, the second half saw a dramatic improvement. it was Slough's turn to apply pressure and whilst they rarely made the 'keeper work, they ran the Harrow defence ragged.

Slough gave themselves a lifeline with 20 minutes to go with a Leigh Mason free-kick that went in off the underside of the crossbar.

With the home side continuing to miss guilt-edged chances, Slough could also be criticised for not having their shooting boots on, with missed chances from Andy Ballard and Leigh Mason meaning that the score stayed at 2-1.

Slough didn't give up though, the several minutes injury time added were spent attacking Harrow's goal. This was all in vain however, with a long range Mark West shot that was saved and a late free kick that could only find the side netting being all that Slough could muster.

The Teams

Harrow Borough

Slough Town

1. Keita Karamoko
2. Daniel Nielsen
3. Kai Williams
4. Wayne Walters
5. Marvin Neufville
6. Daniel Leech
7. James Bent (14)
8. Steve Dogbe
9. Victor Asombang (15)
10. Elliot Onochie
11. Howard Newton
1. Clark Masters
2. Josias Carbon
3. Andy Ballard
4. Steve Daly (c)
5. Aaron Steele
6. Mark Avery
7. Michael Alexis
8. Leigh Mason
9. Ian Hodges
10. Gareth McCleary (16)
11. Mark West
Subs Subs
12. Daniel McGonigle
14. Ross Fitzsimon (7)
15. Leon Morris (9)
16. Jamie Diston
17. Craig Nicholson
12. Christian Metcalfe
14. Darron Wilkinson
15. Ravi Briach
16. George Moleski (10)
17. Michael Parkin
Manager David Howell Manager Eddie Denton

Attendance: 220

Match Officials

Referee Mr. F. D. Meilack
Assistant Referee Mr. M. Foden
Assistant Referee Mr. M. Ergun

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Totally dominant in midfield.

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