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Ruardean Hill Rangers
J Scott (15')
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Sat 3 Nov 14:00 - Gloucestershire County League - Division 1 Attendance 40

Ruardean Hill Rangers punished a series of Wick defensive errors on their way to all three points.

Wick 1 - 2 Ruardean Hill Rangers: Wick’s Jordan Scott continued his impressive goal-scoring form to put the home said ahead early in the first half, before a defensive mistake allowed Luke Johnson to level the scores prior to half-time. Despite the Owls

On what was a blustery day up at Oldbury Lane, stand-in Wick manager James Pocock made three changes to the side that drew 2-2 at Henbury the week before. Liam Shellard, Joe Thomas and Harry Madge all returned to the starting line-up as KierenHutson and Sam Thomas missed out through injury whilst Grant Hewitt was named on the bench. The match started at a frantic pace andRuardean Hill Rangers should have been ahead after just three minutes. The pacey Johnson was sent through on goal but Joe Pople in the Wick goal was equal to Johnson’s effort, turning the ball round the post. A short time after Johnson‘s early chance, Wick’s Alex Whale struck a 25-yard strike that forced Ruardean goalkeeper Arron Underwood into a smart save as the home side started to establish themselves as the dominant side. More Wick pressure was rewarded after ten minutes when Scott turned in his seventh goal of the season. Wick wide-man Madge was afforded the time and space to pick out Scott in the middle and the striker made no mistake, slamming the ball past a helpless Underwood to put the Owls ahead. Following the opener, Wick continued to dominate possession without creating too much in the way of chances – a Scott header that drifted harmlessly wide the only notable effort since the opener. However, on the 30-minute mark Ruardean Hill levelled the scores. Madge this time turned provider for the away side, gifting possession to Ruardean skipper Luke Brown who charged into the Wick box before squaring for Johnson to bundle the ball past Pople. The remaining 15 minutes of the first-half went by without incident as the teams went in level at the break.

Two minutes after the restart, Rangers almost took the lead – Brown’s long-range shot zipping narrowly over the Wick upright. Moments later the away side again went close, this time in comical circumstances. The strong winds at Oldbury Lane carried an Underwood kick through to Luke Withey at right-back, who, in an attempt to guide the ball back to Pople in the Wick goal, only succeeded in heading it over him, forcing the Owls ‘keeper to scamper back and claim the ball on the goal-line. Despite Ruardean enjoying the better openings it was Wick who continued to control proceedings but the home side still couldn’t find a way through the resolute Rangersdefence. And on 85 minutes, the team from Gloucester took the lead for the first time, punishing yet another defensive blunder. Wick substitute Danny Sheldon’s pass was intercepted by Johnson who raced in on goal and calmly slotted past Pople for his second of the afternoon. As Wick desperately pressed for an equaliser, gaps started to appear in their ranks and Ruardean had a chance to put the game to the bed with only minutes remaining. Rangers captain Brown charged through the heart of the Wick defence and found himself in on goal but Pople was on hand to smother his shot. The Owls did almost grab a leveler at the death when Madge met a cross from the right but his point-blank effort was saved by the face of Underwood in the Ruardean goal. Madge’s chance proved to be the final kick of the game as Ruardean held on for the points and in the process leapfrogged Wick in the MARCLIFF Gloucestershire County League.

MOM - Charlie Stevens
Attendance - 40

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Goal Jordan Scott scores for Wick
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90:00 Player of the Match
Charlie Stevens is awarded player of the match for Wick
85:00 Goal 1 - 2
Goal for Ruardean Hill Rangers
73:00 Sub On
Grant Hewitt is substituted on for Wick
73:00 Sub Off
Alex Whale is substituted off for Wick
60:00 Sub On
Antonio Nurse is substituted on for Wick
60:00 Sub Off
Dan Wingfield is substituted off for Wick
45:00 Sub On
Danny Sheldon is substituted on for Wick
45:00 Sub Off
Joe Thomas is substituted off for Wick
End of period 1
30:00 Goal 1 - 1
Goal for Ruardean Hill Rangers
25:00 Yellow Card
Shaun Morris is yellow carded for Wick
15:00 Goal 1 - 0
Jordan Scott scores for Wick
15:00 Assist
Harry Madge makes an assist for Wick
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  • Wick
  • Ruardean Hill Rangers
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  • Jordan Scott Goal 15:00'
  • Harry Madge Assist 15:00'
  • Shaun Morris Yellow Card 25:00'
  • Goal 30:00'
  • Danny Sheldon Sub On 45:00'
  • Joe Thomas Sub Off 45:00'
  • Antonio Nurse Sub On 60:00'
  • Dan Wingfield Sub Off 60:00'
  • Grant Hewitt Sub On 73:00'
  • Alex Whale Sub Off 73:00'
  • Goal 85:00'

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# Team Pl Pts
1. Lebeq United 16 37
2. Frampton United 16 33
3. Stonehouse Town 14 28
4. Rockleaze Rangers 15 27
5. Ruardean Hill Rangers 13 25
6. Patchway Town 15 25
7. Wick 14 23

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