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poole town 1 v 1 weymoutn 26th november 2016

Poole Town

Starting Line-Up

Hutchings
Lindsay
Case (Roberts 68)
Cooper
Whisken
Pettefer (Gillespie 68)
Burbidge
Devlin
Surridge
Brooks
Baggie

Unused subs

Moore
Tallack
Rees
 
 
FA Trophy
3rd Qualifying
Tatnam
Poole
Kick Off

3.00pm

Attendance
755
H/T
1-0
Scorers
Weymouth

Evans 33

Poole Town
Lindsay 90+1
Bookings
Weymouth

Evans

Poole Town

Case

Sent Off
Weymouth
 

Poole Town

 
Referee
Mark Whaley
Weymouth

Starting Line-Up

Matthews
Wells
Cooper
Evans
Zubar (Smith 56)
Brooks
Copp
Davis
Fleetwood
Thomson (Jevon 86)
Shephard (Lowes 76)

Unused subs

Rodriguez
Thomas
 
 
 

poole town v weymouth match photos

 

Late drama means Weymouth are denied by Poole Town at Tatnam
By Dorset ECHO


A LATE leveller from Lewis Lindsay meant stoppage-time agony for the Terras, as they were pegged back by Poole Town in a dramatic climax at Tatnam.

Lindsay put the ball home following a corner to cancel out a first-half header from Dean Evans, as the two Dorset sides locked horns in a pulsating encounter in the FA Trophy.

Both will be in Monday’s draw for the first round proper, but they will bid to progress in the competition once again in a replay at the Bob Lucas Stadium on Tuesday (7.45pm).

Weymouth, whose last couple of trips to Tatnam had not produced happy memories, made one change to the side that beat Frome Town 2-1 last time out.

Former Poole man Jake Wannell was suspended, meaning Ashley Wells came in at right-back and Mark Cooper moved to the left hand side.

There was still no place for Stewart Yetton in the matchday squad with a hamstring injury, although he was going through some light work during the warm-up.

In his absence, Calvin Brooks captained the Terras with his brother Marvin on the opposite site.

Poole were boosted ahead of the contest with the signing of former Cherries’ man Shaun Cooper, who arrived from Sutton United.

Experienced defender Cooper started as part of a Poole side which also included AFC Bournemouth loanee Sam Surridge, who had a short spell with the Terras last season.

And, after both sides had the chance to put in early set-pieces, the first half-chance went to the Terras on five minutes.

Striker Ben Thomson has picked the pocket of a covering defender, but saw his attempted cross from inside the box gathered by Nick Hutchings in the home goal.

Poole midfielder Steve Devlin then struck a free-kick from range but his low fizzer was deflected into the arms of Weymouth keeper Jason Matthews.

The visiting player-boss was then worked once again when ex-Terra Luke Burbidge drove into the box from the right flank and hit a stinging shot which was well tipped over.

With the game starting at a slick pace, some neat build-up saw Weymouth’s Stuart Fleetwood stand the ball up at the back post and, as Chris Shephard drifted in off the right wing, he was just unable to get a touch to turn the ball goal bound.

On 31 minutes, the Terras had the ball in the net through Fleetwood. He stabbed home after the ball was flicked back into the Dolphins’ box, but it was chalked off for offside.

Just two minutes later however, the away side did take the lead.

Thomson broke clear down the right after beating Shaun Cooper, he delivered a looping cross for Dean Evans, who made no mistake in heading home unchallenged on 33 minutes.

Just five minutes later, the Dolphins could have levelled things up. Surridge rose highest to meet a delivery in a dangerous area, and Matthews had to be at full stretch to tip the ball onto the bar.

Shephard, who looked lively throughout the opening period, then found space after a tidy passing move by the away side, his shot from range had Hutchings worried but flew just wide.

After absorbing some pressure from the Dolphins in the early exchanges of the second half, Weymouth were then hit with a big injury concern, as Stephane Zubar limped off with a hamstring injury.

With no centre-half on the bench, Weymouth were forced to re-shuffle, with Mark Cooper slotting in at centre-half as Dan Smith came on.

But, with the home side well on the front, it was Thomson at the other end who spurned a great chance to make it two. His shot at the second attempt was charged down from inside the box.

Poole, who continued to pile the pressure on, then called on their bench, bringing on Luke Roberts and experienced frontman Richard Gillespie for Ryan Case and Carl Pettefer. Marvin Brooks fired wide soon after as Poole continued to pile the pressure on.

Ex-Dolphin Billy Lowes was then introduced by the Terras. He replaced Shephard as Matthews’ men looked to dig in.

But it was not to be for the away side as, in the first minute of stoppage time, after Ashley Wells had to be taken off with a knee injury, a delivery was played into the box and there was Lindsay to level the game up.

That was not the end of the drama however, as a late free-kick from Surridge cannoned off the post, and, although the ball was put in by the Dolphins in the dying moments, the effort was called offside.

 

 
22nd November 2016
Ptn

Team

P
GD
Pts
1
Leamington
20
28
46
2
Chippenham Town
20
19
42
3
Slough Town
19
18
42
4
Merthyr Town
20
21
38
5
Hitchin Town
21
12
37
6
Frome Town
21
1
32
7
Dunstable Town
21
1
32
8
Redditch Utd
20
-2
32
9
Banbury Utd
20
10
31
10
Chesham Utd
17
8
28
11
Biggleswade Town
19
6
27
12
Kettering Town
21
4
27
13
Basingstoke Town
20
-3
27
14
King's Lynn Town
18
-2
24
15
Kings Langley
21
0
23
16
Weymouth
17
1
22
17
Stratford Town
19
-5
22
18
Dorchester Town
21
-12
22
19
Cirencester Town
21
-18
22
20
St. Ives Town
20
-20
22
21
St. Neots Town
19
-9
21
22
Hayes & Yeading
18
-11
17
23
Cambridge City
21
-20
12
24
Cinderford Town
20
-27
10
   
 
 
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