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Luke Evans

Goalless at Larges Lane
by Nathan on 15/11/2008

The return of Luke Evans sees the Rebels pick up their first clean sheet of the season, but also sees us fail to score in the league for the first time.

Bracknell Town

Slough Town

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British Gas Business Southern League Division One South & West
Larges Lane
Saturday 15th November 2008
3.00pm
The Report
An encouraging debut from Jagdeep Mack and a solid performance from Luke Evans were the highlights in a Berkshire derby that failed to produce a goal.

The home side will certainly feel that they did enough to win the game, but Rebels manager Derek Sweetman (pictured right) was satisfied with the point and the clean sheet.

Slough made a confident start with plenty of possession in and around the Bracknell area, but it was the hosts who always looked more likely to score, which they almost did after 20 minutes when Nathan Jack saw his shot beat Jamie Jackson only to hit the far post and bounce to safety.

Bracknell goalkeeper Aneke gave away a free-kick on the edge of the area after half-an-hours play after taking down Matthew Platt (pictured left), and was booked for the tackle. The free-kick went straight into the wall, after which the rebound was gathered into 'keepers arms despite pressure from Yashwa Romeo.

Shortly afterwards, Aneke was forced into a low save to his right by Yashwa Romeo, turning after being put through by Matthew Platt and firing a shot across goal.

Lee Riddell's (pictured right) 30 yard effort skimmed the top of the crossbar, as Slough entered the half-time break slightly on top, but Bracknell remained a threat with Grant shooting straight at Jackson.

The home side took control of the game after half-time. Former Rebel Errol Telemaque fired in a dangerous cross right through the centre of the penalty area, whilst, not for the first time in the afternoon, Jamie Jackson had to bail out the defence by blocking a powerful Michael Buck shot.

The introduction of Byron Bubb (pictured left) did little to increase Slough's penetration, but the Rebels did create a couple of half chances and corners as the game progressed, but these came to nothing. In the end it was Slough who walked away from Larges Lane probably the more relieved to have picked up a point, because Bracknell certainly had more chances to win the game.

The Teams

Bracknell Town

Slough Town

1. Max Aneke
2. Luke Dexter
3. Baddeley
4. Bradley Edmunds
5. Michael Buck
6. Keith Newby
7. Errol Telemaque
8. Shaun Grant
9. Gavin James
10. Nathan Jack
11. Ian Harvey
1. Jamie Jackson
2. Dean Harper
3. Eamonn McConigley
4. Ricky Allaway
5. Luke Evans
6. Jagdeep Mack
7. James Pritchard (c)
8. Chris Fermie (14)
9. Lee Riddell
10. Matthew Platt
11. Yashwa Romeo
Substitutes Substitutes
12. TBC
14. TBC
15. TBC
16. TBC
17. TBC
12. Roy Gumbs
14. Byron Bubb (8)
15. Thomas Attrell
16. Daniel Hicks
17. Carl Dennison

Attendance: 179

Match Officials

Referee TBC
Assistant Referee TBC
Assistant Referee TBC

RebelsOnline Man of the Match

Luke Evans

Solid at the back and the main reason behind our clean sheet.

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