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Brookies 3 Vs 1 Welbeck Lions - Jess Harris Match Report

By Daniel Troop

Saturday 5th January

Holbrook Sports Football Club sustained to hold their structured strong formation to bring their first win at home. A solid performance from the boys in blue displaying major developments and working well as team. Within 2-minute of the whistle blowing, Lewis Durow running down the left flank when he dropped to the floor, physio Dan Troop instantly called for a sub and the young left back was carried off to hospital, the Brookies didn’t let this affect them. Holbrook held possession, powerfully attacking forcing 3 or 4 chances in the opening 10 minutes. A flailing arm from Matt Pearce inside the area gave Welbeck Lions a chance with a penalty, the ball struck well landing in the bottom corner despite great efforts from Scott Whittingham, putting the Brookies behind 0-1. Keeping heads high, 5 minutes later Holbrook’s Isaac Anderson had a powerful shot leveling the scores 1-1. After half time, Holbrook remained increasing the pressure which soon paid off as the 65th minute hit, Ryan Fitzhugh scored a second goal to place Holbrook in the lead. 70th minute Isaac Anderson bagged his 10th for the season giving the Brookies a comfortable 2 goal lead, the score finishing 3-1 at the full time whistle. A well-deserved win for the blues.

Goal Scorers
Isaac Anderson (33, 70)
Ryan Fitzhugh (65)

Isaac Anderson

1) Scott Whittingham
2) James Toplis
3) Lewis Durow
4) Jake Davis
5) Adam Boyfield (c)
6) Matt Pearce
7) Jack Gaucher
8) Chris Dring
9) Isaac Anderson
10) Ryan Fitzhugh
11) Matt Brittle

12) Aaron Coyle
14) George Johnson
15) Danny Mee
16) Sam Beardsley (GK)

Attendance - 27

Updated 07:57 - 10 Jan 2019 by Daniel Troop

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