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Rebels 0-0 AFC Wimbledon

Slough Town 0-0 AFC Wimbledon
by Ted on 06/09/2006

Slough hold AFC Wimbledon to a goaless draw at Stag Meadow.

Slough Town

AFC Wimbledon



Ryman League Premier Division
Stag Meadow
5th September 2006
The Report
A warm late summers evening saw the visitors play on the back of a 4-0 victory in their last match. The result was a 0-0 draw. Not an easy game to report on as the match lacked specific incidents.

A scoreless draw, lacking in incidents has all the hallmarks of a dull evening. Far from it. This was a very entertaining game, competitive, hard fought, spirited and well worth the entrance fee. Wimbledon had the majority of the possession and pressurised without ever really dominating. Slough showed that there 4-0 defeat at Bromley was a blip, defending furiously and well. Slough's attack was blunted by the loss of Wallace through injury after 15 minutes, with sub Odhiambo being dominated by the Wombles' defence. McCleary, playing a strikers role at last, had his best game of the season, always presenting a breakaway threat for the rebels. The first half ended without any major scares for Slough, as despite Wimbledon's possession, they were denied any clear cut chances.

More of the same in the second half, though the visitors did exert more pressure, somehow it never lasted that long, and when the pressure was on, it was not the convincing sort of pressure that you just know will lead to a goal. Slough's defence dealt with everything that came their way and towards the end of the match Slough even started to show threats of their own, McCleary having a goal bound tank buster blocked by a defender who knew nothing about it (either before or afterwards I suspect).

Plenty of passion by both sides, lots of commitment and highly contested. All we need now is a few goals.

The Teams

Slough Town

AFC Wimbledon

1. Kieron Drake
2. Steve Dell
3. Leon Woodruffe (16)
4. Jamie Jarvis
5. Marc Leach
6. Darron Wilkinson
7. Leigh Mason
8. Steve Daly
9. Adam Wallace (12)
10. Gareth McCleary
11. Michael Alexis
1. Andy Little
2. Luke Garrard
3. Michael Haswell
4. Mark Rooney
5. Antony Howard
6. Lee Kersey
7. Byron Bubb (16)
8. Wes Daly
9. Scott Fitzgerald (12)
10. Roscoe Dsane (14)
11. Steve Wales
Subs Subs
12. Ancalet Odhiambo (9)
14. Mark Bartley
15. Alex Gibson
16. Ian Lovegrove (3)
17. Daryl Harris
12. Richard Butler (9)
13. Paul Smith
14. Darren Grieves (10)
15. Wayne Finnie
16. Paul Barnes (7)
Manager Eddie Denton Manager Dave Anderson

Attendance: 839

Match Officials

Referee Mr. C. Lymer
Assistant Referee Mr. l. Walshe
Assistant Referee Mr. M. Hopton

RebelsOnline Man of the Match

Steve Daly

Put his recent injury behind him and put in a commanding defensive display.

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