sway started strongley and went ahead in the 10th minute when Brockharts cross was met at the far post by Brading who made no mistake from close range.Brockhart was running riot down the left flankin the opening 25 minutes and created numours chances for Brading and Mackinder but with the visitors keeper in fine form making several outstanding saves.
on the half hour and against the run of play Locks Heath drew level after Booker was harshly adjudged to have committed a foul on the edge of the box and Collins scored direct from the free kick. Just on half time Sway were caught on the break and Rogers scored from close range to give the visitors an unlikely and undeserved half time lead.
Sway started the second half slowly and very nearly caught out Field in the Sway goal but fortunately the referee adjudged that the ball didn't cross the line, when goal line technology would have proved him wrong. Sway really struggled to get their passing game together and very little was created by either side during the opening 25 minutes of the half. However the last quarter of the game ws a different matter with Sway totally dominating the game. Numerous chances were created, R Brading struck the post twice when clean through but it just wasn't to be and in the last minute Sway pushed everyone bar the keeper up for a corner, the ball was cleared and B.Chambers was left totally unmarked to complete the scoring.Although Sway are still struggling to find their A game this was really a game they deserved to take something from and can consider themselves extremely unlucky not to have.