Eversley continued there recent improvement with a much more rounded
Performance against a very young Dorking Wanderers side.
With the return of Bradley Brown to the forward line, things looked much brighter.
The game was quite an even affair in the first half , with Dorking having the wind
In their favour.
Eversley played out from the back when they could. With Ali Dickie and Will Shaw
catching the eye.
Connor Allston, Back to partner Ryan Whyte at the heart of the Eversley Defence
Provided a calm reassurance.
The game was quite even in the early exchanges.
Dorking score first after just 12 minutes. 1-0
Eversley were quick to level the score, with a great individual goal from the
Returning Bradley Brown, Setting himself up to lob the keeper. 1-1
The home defence were not managing the game properly and allowed Dorking to
retake the lead almost immediately. 1-2
This sparked Eversley back to life and they created several good chances,
Which culminated in Ali Dickie firing home through a crowd of defenders to score
From 12 yards. Ali’s first of the season. 2-2 Half time.
Second Half, Eversley with the wind behind them were able to keep Dorking
penned in for long periods. Again creating some good chances, but for good
goal keeping and lack of composure in their finishing. The game finished level. 2-2