Loughborough Dynamo 1 v 4 Coleshill Town

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Loughborough Dynamo 1 v 4 Coleshill Town

Postby Alan Beckett » Mon Oct 25, 2021 9:58 am

Saturday 23rd October 2021
Pitching In Northern Premier League Midland Division
Loughborough Dynamo 1 v 4 Coleshill Town
Dynamo: Alex Steadman.
Town: Sam Moore pen, Amarvir Sandhu, Liam Molesworth, Josh Mansell.
Attendance: 136.
Supporters Club Man Of The Match: Sam Moore.

Loughborough: Jason Alexander, Charlie Young, Rory Coleman (Jake Finnerty), Rob Norris, Michael Jacklin, Jack Smith (Tristan Mathews), Kevin De Silva Bastos, Curtis Burrows, Alex Steadman, Daniel Collins, Sacha Markelik. Subs not used Ruban Rabstein, Courey Grantham, Brad Munn.

Coleshill: Paul Hathaway, Josh Mansell (Josh Willis), Taylor Carter-Byrne, Niall Rowe, Vidal Hendrickson, Fraser Doyle, Liam Molesworth, Gio Dainty, Sam Moore (Djeson Olonga-Ekila), George Washbourne (Alex Tomkinson), Amarvir Sandhu. Subs not used Joe Phillips.

Right from the get go Coleshill were in the ascendancy and took control of the game. It took 15 minutes to make the breakthrough after a penalty as awarded following a tangle in the area. Sam Moore duly converted. Three minutes later it was two as Amarvir Sandhu headed home a rebound, before Liam Molesworth added a third before half time. After the interval Dynamo came out fighting though and Alex Steadman soon pulled a goal back heading in a rebound from a Curtis Burrows free kick. Momentum was lost though as Josh Mansell's wonder strike secured the points.
Star Man: Liam Molesworth. (Coleshill).
Entertainment: ***

Coleshill have played Loughborough Dynamo a few times over the last few years but only in pre-season friendlies, this is the first time the sides have met in a League game. Coleshill are getting closer to a full squad to choose from, Josh Mansell returned to the starting line up, Shay Palmer made the bench as did new signing Alex Tomkinson and Liam Molesworth is slowly getting back to full fitness. The only down side was the absence of leading scorer Kai Tonge who needs recovery time and with no game next week he should be ok to return for the Home game with Soham on 6th November.
Coleshill started like a house on fire and could have been 2-0 up before they opened the scoring on 17 minutes. Liam Molesworth ran clear of the defence in the first minute with his shot across goal scraping the outside of the post. Sam Moore then made a run into the box and was took down from behind as he was about to shoot. It looked like a stone wall penalty but the Referee decided against it. No matter, Coleshill continued to press and when Liam Molesworth went down in the box this time the Referee pointed to the spot. Sam Moore converted to give the Colemen the lead they deserved. Two minutes later and it was two up as a Fraser Doyle's corner was headed goalward by Sam Moore, home keeper Alexander tipped the effort onto the bar but Amarvir Sandhu was on hand to head the rebound home. Coleshill were in cruise control with a third goal on 25 minutes. A fine move involving Gio Dainty and George Washbourne, and a dummy from Sam Moore left Liam Molesworth clear in the box and he confidently slotted the ball home. The home side responded with a free kick from Burrows that Niall Rowe headed off the line and Town keeper Paul Hathaway made a point blank save from Markelik.

Coleshill started the second half sloppy and the Home side took advantage and scored on 49 minutes. A bending free kick from 22 yards from Burrows hit the post and bounced back into play, Steadmen reacting first with a diving header to reduce the arrears. Steadman almost made it two for the home team but his header from a corner went inches wide. Vidal Hendrickson made a goal saving tackle as Collins prepared to shoot but the game was over and done with on 56 minutes when Josh Mansell scored an unbelievable goal. Coleshill were awarded a free kick just inside the oppositions half, Niall Rowe sent the kick deep into the box and from the right edge of the box, almost on the bye line, Mansell volleyed the ball into the net lobbing the 6' 7'' goalkeeper on the line. Wow! No more scoring as the game petered out but another fine win on the road for the Colemen.

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