For the first game in five matches Panthers started the game with eleven men - welcoming back Liam Bowbrick after a long injury lay off. They didn't get the ideal start and immediately went behind when a stunning 25 yard strike from one of the Camberley players left goalkeeper Jake Evans with no chance and put the visitors one up. As usual though the boys showed great resilience and didn't let it effect them. They started to get more and more into the game playing some great passing football, keeping possession and working the ball and it wasn't long before Caversham equalised and then rounded the half off with a Liam Bowbrick goal to go in 2-1 up. The second half started in the same fashion as the first with Camberley scoring early on to get themselves back into the game. It was Panthers that looked the more likely to score though as they continued to play through a tiring Camberley team - Chris Hatton especially running their left hand side ragged. It wasn't long before Panthers scored two more thoroughly deserved goals and recorded a fine win. It was a great performance on the day and no more than the boys deserved. After all the injuries the team has suffered throughout the season it's a great way to finish on such a positive note for the whole squad. Man of the match today was Liam - awesome performance and topped it off with a goal. Nice to see him back!