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dunstable town 1 v 4 weymouth saturday 12th november 2016

Dunstable Town

Starting Line-Up

Smith
Reynolds
Green
Talbot
Doolan
Pepera
Green
Longerking
Bossman
Hutchinson
Mouss

Unused subs

Catnline
Head
Williams
Esso
 
FA Trophy
2nd Qualifying
Creasey Park
Dunstable
Kick Off

3.00pm

Attendance
106
H/T
2-0
Scorers
Weymouth

Yetton 32, 79
Thomson 43, 77

Dunstable Town
Mouss
Bookings
Weymouth
 
Dunstable Town

 

Sent Off
Weymouth
 

Dunstable Town

 
Referee
Mark Lowe
Weymouth

Starting Line-Up

Matthews
Wells
Cooper
Evans (Lowes)
Wannell (Stewart)
Brooks
Copp
Davis
Yetton
Thomson
Shephard (Rodriguez)

Unused subs

Smith
Jevon
 
 
 

Matthews' men respond by hitting four at Dunstable Town
By Dorset ECHO


WEYMOUTH got back to winning ways and eased the pressure on player-manager Jason Matthews with a comfortable triumph at Dunstable Town.

Double strikes from both Ben Thomson and Stewart Yetton proved enough for the away side to progress to the third qualifying round of the FA Trophy.

The Terras’ boss needed his side to rally following their disappointing 1-0 loss against Merthyr last time out, and Matthews responded to that result by making four changes to his starting XI.

Out went loan duo Stuart Fleetwood and Bradley Tarbuck, who were unavailable, as well as Dan Smith and Billy Lowes, who both dropped to the bench.

Returning to the starting line-up was Jordan Copp, Charlie Davis, Chris Shephard and Thomson, the latter coming back from injury.

And it was Copp who was involved in the game’s first talking point. He went over in the box but the match official showed no interest in awarding a penalty.

The returning Shephard then fired a free-kick wide before Davis also lined one up, which was saved.

Former Dorchester man Davis then produced a tantalising ball in that just failed to reach Terras’ skipper Yetton, or midfielder Dean Evans as the away side continued to probe.

But the breakthrough eventually came on 31 minutes.

Another Davis free-kick was well saved and, after Thomson shot, Yetton was on hand to turn the ball in and break the deadlock for the Terras.

Soon after, the Terras were 2-0 up. Thomson on this occasion converted, capping off a slick move before the interval.

Following the break, Matthews’ men saw their lead halved when Dunstable’s Adam Moussi got away from his man to head home a dangerous ball in, but that was not to deter Weymouth from going on to win the tie.

After absorbing some pressure created by the hosts, and having a goal chalked off due to hand ball, Weymouth got their third.

Thomson coolly rounded home goalkeeper Jack Smith and converted to restore the away team’s two-goal cushion at 3-1.

And not to be outdone by his strike partner, it was then Yetton’s turn to find the net once again. Heading in from a corner to wrap the game up.

There was also time for Thomson to hit the post as he come within touching distance of a hat-trick, but it was not to matter, as Matthews’ men comfortably booked their place in the next round.

 

 
24th September 2016
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Team

P
GD
Pts
1
Slough Town
10
4
25
2
Dunstable Town
10
4
25
3
Leamington
10
3
23
4
Chippenham Town
10
3
20
5
Banbury Utd
10
3
16
6
Frome Town
11
3
16
7
Merthyr Town
9
3
15
8
Chesham Utd
10
3
15
9
Hitchin Town
10
3
15
10
Redditch Utd
10
2
15
11
Weymouth
10
2
14
12
Kettering Town
10
0
14
13
King's Lynn Town
10
2
14
14
Stratford Town
10
2
13
15
Kings Langley
10
1
11
16
Biggleswade Town
10
3
11
17
Basingstoke Town
10
2
11
18
Hayes & Yeading U
10
2
11
19
Dorchester Town
10
1
11
20
St. Ives Town
10
1
11
21
St. Neots Town
10
2
10
22
Cambridge City
10
0
9
23
Cirencester Town
10
2
7
24
Cinderford Town
10
2
6
   
 
 
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