Daventry Town 1 v 1 Coleshill Town

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Daventry Town 1 v 1 Coleshill Town

Postby Alan Beckett » Thu Dec 16, 2021 4:16 pm

Tuesday 14th December 2021
Northern Premier League Midland Division
Daventry Town 1 v 1 Coleshill Town
Daventry: Jack Bowen.
Coleshill: Kai Tonge pen.
Attendance: 61.
Supporters Club Man Of The Match: Josh Willis.

The Town: James Martin, Joe Coeman, George Ball, Ross Harris, Jeff Woodward, Adam Confue, Jack Bowen, Joel Nketia, Luke Emery, Tom Lorraine (Taylor Orosz), Nat Gosnal-Tyler (Tom Rowley. Subs not used Jamie Andrews, Justin Cerga.

Colemen: Paul Hathaway, Josh Mansell (Amarvir Sandhu), Taylor Carter-Byrne, Niall Rowe, Shay Palmer, Kieran Donnelly, Kai Tonge, Josh Willis, Liam Molesworth, Joe Phillips (Alex Tomkinson), Gio Dainty (George Washbourne). Subs not used Fraser Doyle, Sam Moore.

A Report from Daventry Town

By Richard Nunney

Daventry Town came out of last night’s game with a creditable draw against play off contenders Coleshill Town.

Town had a mountain to climb right from the off as Coleshill had an early penalty given as Tom Lorraine was adjudged to have deflected a free kick illegally with his arm. The resultant penalty was converted by Kai Tonge hitting a penalty down the middle of the goal.

The first half saw chances for both sides. Keeper James Martin forced into a good save on 30 minutes. Daventry had a couple of half chances falling to George Ball with a free kick and Tom Lorraine who’s header went into the keeper’s arms.

At half time it was Coleshill with a slender lead.

Daventry’s equaliser game on 57 minutes via Jack Bowen. His header at the back post from a George Ball cross took an age to go in off the post to put the scores level.

Coleshill had a chance towards the end on approximately 80 minutes when James Martin made a superb double save. The first low down and then the second acrobatically tipping over whilst flying across his goal!

At the final whistle, the scoreline reflected a level and entertaining game with Daventry getting a well earned point.

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