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Margate 2-1 Rebels

Slough Falter at Margate
by Nathan on 26/08/2006

Despite taking a half-time lead, Slough lost 2-1 at title-hopefuls Margate.


Slough Town



Danny Hockton
Jimmy Jackson
. Adam Wallace
Ryman League Premier Division
Hartsdown Park
Saturday 26th August 2006
The Report
Slough travelled to title hopefuls Margate looking for a repeat performance which earned them three points during midweek.

Still no Steve Daly in the starting line-up, although his place on the bench suggests that his injury may have cleared up a bit since the weekend.

The Rebels played not to go all out for a win, but to stop Margate playing football. The seemed to work as Slough had two glorious chances towards the end of the first half to take a surprise lead.

Firstly, a Jamie Jarvis shot was cleared off the line, whilst new signing Adam Wallace, whilst still not looking fully match fit managed to beat his marker and hit an unstoppable shot that the Margate 'keeper could do little about.

So, 1-0 to Slough was the half time scoreline, albeit slightly against the run of play as Margate still had more than enough chances to take the lead for themselves, including a Danny Hockton effort that went wide of the target from no more that 2 yards from goal!

However, Slough quickly came back down to earth with an almighty bump as within 10 minutes of the restart, Margate had taken a 2-1 lead.

Danny Hockton made up for his earlier miss by heading in Jimmy Jackson's in a cross for 1-1, whilst Jackson scored what turned out to be the winner from 15 yards out after being set up by Protheroe.

Only desperate defending from the back line of Jamie Jarvis and Marc Leach, combined with some frantic goalkeeping by Kieron Drake prevented the scoreline from being higher.

On this performance, Slough should gain something from Monday's match with newly promoted Horsham, but will need more attacking ideas than what we showed today.

The Teams


Slough Town

1. Scott Chalmers-Stevens
2. Greg Oates
3. Justin Skinner
4. Lee Protheroe
5. Robin Trott
6. James Donovan
7. Daniel Wisker (12)
8. Paul Abbott (14)
9. James Pinnock
10. Danny Hockton
11. Jimmy Jackson
1. Kieron Drake
2. Steve Dell
3. Leon Woodruffe
4. Jamie Jarvis
5. Marc Leach
6. Michael Alexis (12)
7. Leigh Mason (14)
8. Matt Glyn
9. Adam Wallace
10. Gareth McCleary
11. Ancalet Odhiambo (16)
Subs Subs
12. Dean Standen (7)
14. Aaron Robinson (8)
15. Charlie Mitten
16. Chris Wild
17. Louis Smith
12. Darron Wilkinson (6)
14. Daryl Harris (7)
15. Steve Daly .
16. Alex Gibson (11)
17. Ian Lovegrove .
Manager Robin Trott Manager Eddie Denton

Attendance: 709

Match Officials

Referee Mr. E. Lack
Assistant Referee Mr. S. Finnigan
Assistant Referee Mr. C. P. Clarke

RebelsOnline Man of the Match

Jamie Jarvis

Another solid performance in defence alongside Marc Leach.

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