Rebels Online
About the Site
News Index
Search the Site
Slough Town FC
Away Fans Guide
Club History
Club Information
Kennedy Park News
Stag Meadow
Supporters Trust
Video Clips
Wexham Park
This Season
Fixtures & Results
Photos Index
Playing Squad
Past Players
Player Profiles
Fun & Games



The Poll

Should I ever fix this poll?


View Current Standings


James Pritchard

Paulton Rovers 1-2 Rebels
by Nathan on 06/12/2008

James Pritchard gets the winner as The Rebels pick up a well-earned three points at high-flying Paulton Rovers.

Paulton Rovers

Slough Town



Dan Cleverley . Eamonn McConigley
James Pritchard
British Gas Business Southern League Division One South & West
Winterfield Road
Saturday 6th December 2008
The Report
The Rebels made it back-to-back wins with this fine performance at Paulton Rovers.

Despite losing centre-back Luke Evans (pictured right) early on due to a dead leg, the Rebels took the game to their hosts and, once in the lead, the result never looked in doubt.

However, the early play belonged to Paulton, with Robbie Claridge's header saved by Jamie Jackson, with Josh Jefferies blasting the rebound over the crossbar.

Slough's first chance of the game came around 10 minutes later when Danny Jordan heading at Kyle Phillips, and Yashwa Romeo's shot being blocked.

Byron Bubb (pictured left) saw his effort from the edge of the box fly narrowly wide of the mark, before Kyle Phillips denied him with a brilliant save diving low to tip his shot around the post. The resulting corner forced another save from Phillips, this time from James Pritchard's shot.

Yashwa Romeo wasted an excellent opportunity for the Rebels shortly before half time after being set up by Byron Bubb's flick as Slough went into half-time well on top.

Minutes into the second half, Yashwa Romeo saw another shot brilliantly saved by Phillips having been put through by Pritchard, but only 2 minutes later Eamonn McConigley put Slough into a deserved lead after he managed to get something on Jagdeep Makh's cross to force it over the line.

Another Byron Bubb effort fly narrowly past the far post as Slough continued to dominate the game, before the game was effectively ended when Danny Jordan (pictured right) rounded Phillips, played the ball backwards for James Pritchard to slot the ball home.

In a rare attempt by the hosts to claw their way back into the game, Robbie Claridge blasted wide from Chris Lane's cross, but still the Rebels dictated the game; Jagdeep Makh, Danny Jordan and Byron Bubb all had chances to make it 3-0 but deep into injury time Paulton got a consolation goal to deny Slough a third successive clean sheet. Dave Burborough's header smacked against the post, but Dan Cleverly was on hand to volley the ball into the back of the net.

The Teams

Paulton Rovers

Slough Town

1. Kyle Phillips
2. Stuart Tovey (12)
3. Chris Lane
4. Josh Jefferies (14)
5. Danny Boys (15)
6. Rob Cousins
7. Ben Cleverley
8. Jon French
9. Robbie Claridge
10. Dan Cleverley (c)
11. Dave Burborough
1. Jamie Jackson
2. Dean Harper
3. Ryan Fenton
4. Ricky Allaway
5. Eamonn McConigley
6. Luke Evans (12)
7. James Pritchard (c)
8. Jagdeep Makh
9. Danny Jordan
10. Byron Bubb
11. Yashwa Romeo
Substitutes Substitutes
12. Dean Pendry (2)
14. Rick Holbert (4)
15. Ollie Price (5)
16. Jason Hughes
17. None
12. Chris Fermie (6)
14. Matthew Platt
15. Lee Riddell
16. Laurence Brown
17. Tom Attrell

Attendance: 160

Match Officials

Referee Ben Knight (Waterlooville)
Assistant Referee Paul Gilbert (Bournemouth)
Assistant Referee Adrian Tranter (Poole)

RebelsOnline Man of the Match

Eamonn McConigley

Immense at the back, plus a goal for his efforts.

Match Photos


Video Clips


If you have anything to contribute towards any of our match reports, or if you would like to report a mistake, incorrect information or an error, please let us know. Email us at

Talk about this on the Fan's Forum

RebelsOnline is an independent website and the views expressed are not necessarily those of
Slough Town Football Club

All photographs, images, text and other content are copyright 2003-2006 RebelsOnline
and must not be reproduced in whole or in part without prior permission.