1 year ago
By Wayne Harmes
The Swans travelled away from home to Irchester looking to get our 6th win in a row...
Newport Pagnell Town Reserves' young foward Connor Forman on their 4-1 win at Irchester United Reserves:
"The Swans travelled away from home to Irchester looking to get our 6th win in a row.
The Swans started slow when Irchester took the lead in the early stages of the game when they managed to win the header at the front post and the ball found itself in the back of the net.
We reacted quickly when Taigian Brooks found himself running through 1 on 1 and finished confidently.
The Swans from then continued to dominate the game when Dan Smith scored another 2 within short sucession making it 3-1 to the Swans.
The swans scored again from a corner where Irchester managed to block the ball twice on the goal line but couldn't stop the goal stealer Ben Snusher from scoring a classic from 3 yards out 'if even that'.
At the end of the half soon to be dad Scott Mulkern took a boot to the face after a brave headed clearance, possibly looking better now than before but managed to carry on through to the second half where Irchesters forward came off injured with a bad foot from kicking him in the face.
In the second half the game died down the Swans kept the ball well and the game finished 4-1. Up the Swans!"
Updated 18:51 - 20 Sep 2017 by Wayne Harmes