Coleshill Town 4 v 2 Corby Town

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Coleshill Town 4 v 2 Corby Town

Postby Alan Beckett » Sun Oct 17, 2021 9:29 am

Saturday 16th October 2021
Pitching In Northern Premier League Midland Division
Coleshill Town 4 v 2 Corby Town
Scorers:
Coleshill: Kai Tonge 2, Sam Moore 2.
Corby: James Clifton.
Attendance: 145.
Supporters Club Man Of The Match: Joint, Sam Moore and Kai Tonge.


Teams:
Colemen: Paul Hathaway, Amarvir Sandhu, Taylor Carter-Byrne, Niall Rowe, Vidal Hendrickson, Fraser Doyle, Kai Tonge (Josh Mansell), Gio Dainty, Sam Moore, George Washbourne (Joe Phillips), Liam Molesworth (Djeson Olongo-Ekila). Subs not used Alex Tomkinson, Oscar Billington.


Steelmen: Matt Hall, Ilias Labiad (James Tague), Connor Furey, Apindia Gille, Elliot Sandy, Gary Mulligan, Jude Brittain, James Clifton, Jordan O'Brien (Niall Towle), Stephen Diggin, Oliver Gee (Owen Montgomery). Subs not used Nemanji Grubor, Kalvin Taylor.


THE NON LEAGUE PAPER WROTE
Quick-Start Tonge Is In The Groove

Coleshill set themselves up for victory with a flying start as they went 2-0 up in the first eight minutes. A fine cross from Amarvir Sandhu made it easy for kai Tonge to tap in after five minutes and the same player doubled the lead three minutes later when he headed in Fraser Doyle's corner. Coleshill increased their lead 11 minutes into the second half when Sam Moore's left foot shot from just outside the area found the bottom corner. Corby were suddenly back in the game with two quick goals from James Clifton. What should have been a comfortable victory for the home side now looked precarious, but Sam moore eased the nerves as he scored his second at the death.
Star Man: Sam Moore (Coleshill)
Entertainment: ****


MATCH REPORT
It was Corby that started the game well with some impressive possession football but that all changed quickly as Coleshill went 2-0 up after just 8 minutes. On five minutes Fraser Doyle hoisted the ball forward, Sam Moore headed on to Amarvir Sandhu whose fabulous cross made it easy for Kai Tonge to tap the ball home. Liam Molesworth's deep cross was knocked out for a corner and on 8 minutes that corner from Fraser Doyle was headed home from close range by Tonge again. Corby came more into the game but their only real chance of the half fell to Jordan O’Brien with his weak effort not testing home keeper Paul Hathaway. Coleshill on the other hand continued creating chances. Kai Tonge had a chance to get a first half hat trick but Steels keeper Hall came out and grabbed the ball at his feet and Taylor Carter-Byrne had a header saved from another Fraser Dole corner.

The Colemen continued on the front foot in the second half. Amarvir Sandhu had a shot from 25 yards not too far away and a George Washbourne shot scrapped a layer of paint off the post. Coleshill increased their lead on 56 minutes when after a fine move involving George Washbourne and Liam Molesworth, Sam Moore’s low left foot shot from just outside the box found the corner of the net. In the next action Coleshill were caught cold from a quickly taken Corby corner that James Clifton flicked home on 59 minutes. The visitors were back in the game when James Clifton again headed home after a fine cross from Connor Furey. What should have been a comfortable victory now looked precarious as the visitors started to press but Sam Moore eased the nerves as he scored his second on 90 minutes when a blocked shot fell at his feet and he calmly stroked the ball home. There was still time for Moore to get his hat trick but in attempting to round the keeper Mathew Hill got his fingertips to the ball.
Hard work in the end but at 3-0 it should have been game over. Coleshill might be out of the FA competitions but they are holding on to a Play Off place quite comfortably, long may that continue.

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