AWAY POINT ENDS LOSING STREAK

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  • POTTERS BAR TOWN 1 BEACONSFIELD TOWN FC 1

    Beaconsfield brought their four game losing streak to a halt with a hard fought point away at Play Off chasing Potters Bar Town.

    The home side started quite strongly, Max Holland in particular giving the Beaconsfield defence a testing time with a series of mazy runs. Both defences were coping with whatever threat was presented until the 24th minute when a mix up between Brendan Hazlett and Callum Mapley saw the latter slice the ball into his own net.

    Though not fully into their stride Beaconsfield started to get at least a sight of goal with Charlie Losasso going close with a shot on the half hour mark and then forcing a good tip over save from Berkeley Laurencin from a great kick off two minutes later.

    The second period saw Beaconsfield's passing game click into place and they enjoyed some decent passages of play. On 56 minutes they got a reward when Losasso chased down a seemingly lost ball, sent in a cross that Laurencin looked to have covered but then inexplicably dropped at the feet of a grateful Aaron Berry who tapped home.

    Decent half chances fell for Jack Lyons and Jack McKnight as The Rams enjoyed a good period of pressure. The Scholars played mainly on the break and on 78 minutes Chris Doyle sent a curled effort just wide.

    The final couple of minutes saw decent chances for both sides to steal a win - Nathan Minhas going very close for Beaconsfield - but in the end a point apiece was a fair result.

    Six more games to go, let's get a Top Ten finish!

    Come On You Rams!

    Beaconsfield Team:
    1. Brendan Hazlett
    2. Callum Mapley 
    3. James Taylor
    4. Jack McKnight
    5. Harry Tucker
    6. Guri Demuria
    7. Harry Mepham
    8. Jack Lyons
    9. Aaron Berry (Sub: Spencer Maw, 80)
    10.Charlie Losasso
    11. Nathan Minhas

    Subs Not Used:
    12. Aaron Jewell
    15. Ollie Jones

    Attendance: 102

     

    Updated 09:50 - 19 Mar 2017 by Daryl Smith

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