Comrades Update

Today’s Teams:

Comrades: 1. Eddie Farmer 2. Danny Power 3. Adam Mead 4. Jim Carmichael 5. Simon Carmichael 6. Steve Hawes 7. Matt Wardle 8. Anthony Page 9. Chris Colman 10. Tony Burnett 11. Dan Wright
Subs: 12. Lawrence Bunker 14. Aaron Usmani 15. Colin Wilson 16. Lewis Rodrigoe 17. Steve Boad

Kings Langley: 1. Ant Ladyman 2. Luke Ladyman 3. Brett Kelly 4. Gary Wallace 5. Lee Waryszwiwk 6. Sam Warrell 7. Jack Jackson 8. Ian Felgate 9. Lewis Toomey 10. Adi Corcoran 11. Nathan Pooley
Subs: 12. Craig McMahon 14. Tom Carter 15. Steve Noonan 16. Kieran Corcoran 17. Ross Channer

1502: A very even opening five minutes, with no real chances to report.

1504: Berko open the scoring as Anthony Page heads home. 1-0

1506: A great strike from Sam Warrell levels the game. 1-1

1520: First caution of the day goes to Berko’s Anthony Page.

1522: A neat ball from Jim Carmichael puts Chris Colman away, but the linesman’s flag pulls him back, and Kings go straight down the other end and Lewis Toomey drills wide.

1526: Page again gets a head in from a Wardle corner, but he glances wide.

1528: Referee Walshe sensibly lectures Jim Carmichael and Lewis Toomey as they get overexcited.

1530: The Comrades hit the post as Wardle flicks a cross towards goal. The bumper crowd are seeing a great game.

1534: Another header unlocks the well-drilled Kings Langley defence as Dan Wright finds the net. 2-1

1536: And Matt Wardle goes close as he and Colman drive at goal, but his final effort beats the crossbar.

1539: Almost a third there from the head of a visiting defender, but brilliantly saved by Ant Ladyman.

1540: Matt Wardle is the third name in the book for a foul on the lively Sam
Warrell.

Half-time: 2-1

1557: We’re off and the visitors have made a change as Craig McMahon replaces Luke Ladyman.

1605: The game has gone a little bitty, but both sides are well capable of scoring.

1607: Kings put a couple of testing crosses in, but Si Carmichael and Eddie Farmer do well for Berko.

1612: Chris Colman runs onto goal and is felled. The ref points to the spot and Tony Burnett converts. 3-1

1617: Welcome back Lawrence Bunker as he replaces Tony Burnett.

1625: A close call for the Comrades as Lewis Toomey gets in, but Adam Mead does enough.

1627: And the Comrades get a fourth as Chris Colman converts from close-range at the far post. 4-1

1632: Aaron Usmani replaces Chris Colman for Berko.

1636: Berko net a fifth in the unlikely form of Si Carmichael, who hammers home from a clever flick. 5-1

1641: A superb jinking run from Matty Wardle ends with Ladyman making a tidy block.

Full-time: 5-1

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