Comrades v Hatfield Town

Comrades Line-up: 1. Eddie Farmer 2. Jordan Toomey 3. Lewis Rodrigoe 4. Jim Carmichael 5. Si Carmichael 6. Dan Wright 7. Dale Sears 8. Russ Clark 9. Matt Wardle 10. Tony Burnett 11. Aaron Usmani. Subs: 12. Mark Burgess 14. Mathew Hewitt 15. Jamie Gavin 16. Mark Welling 17. Josh Chanberlain

1951: Berko go a goal up as a sublime pass from Lewis Rodrigoe picks out Aaron Usmani who slides home. 1-0

1953: Great effort from a free-kick from Russ Clark.

1956: The Comrades are in great form at this stage, Matt Wardle next up to test the visitors, his shot finding the sidenetting.

2006: It’s now 2-0 as Matt Wardle makes sure from inside the area. 2-0

2016: A close call for Hatfield as Russ Clark stretches to get a great shot in, but Sam Lacey made a great one-handed save.

Half-time: 2-0

2047: We’re underway in the second half.

2059: Berko continue to threaten, but there is no chance of Hatfield lying down as press to get themselves back in the game.

2107: Usmani comes within an ace an claiming a second goal, using his pace to power on goal, but his effort cleared the bar.

2114: Berko make two changes, Mark Burgess and Mathew Hewitt replacing Dan Wright and Matty Wardle.

2115: Usmani again gets into a great position, but his shot rolls just the wrong side of the far post.

2121: Final change as Josh Chamberlain swaps places with Aaron Usmani.

2128: A superb run takes Tony Burnett into the Hatfield box from the halfway line, but his cross just evades the lunge of Chamberlain at the far post.

2133: Its starting to look like the Railway End goal is cursed as Burnett slides the ball just wide.

2136: Josh Chamberlain jinks in on goal before lobbing the keeper, but it is the crossbar that thwarts the Comrades.

Full-time: 2-0


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