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st neots town 0-4 weymouth 7th january 2017

St Neots Town

Starting Line-Up

Archer
Norman
Day
Wood
McLean
Parr
Anderson
Hobbs
Clark
Brown
Rogers

Unused subs

L'Ghoul
Williams
Hall
Goode
Buddle
The Evo-Stik League Southern Premier
Cozy Stadium
St Neots
Kick Off

3.00pm

Attendance
296
H/T
0-1
Scorers
Weymouth

Copp 16, Jevon 48
Evans 79, Fleetwood 90

St Neots Town
Bookings
St Neots Town

 

Weymouth

Fleetwood

Sent Off
St Neots Town
 

Weymouth

 
Referee
 
Weymouth

Starting Line-Up

McHale
Brooks
Wells
Evans
Zubar
Wannell
Copp
Allen
Rodriguez (Fleetwood 57)
Jevon (Yetton 72)
Shephard (Davis 67)

Unused subs

Matthews
Molesley
 
 
 

Weymouth make light work of struggling Saints
By Dorset ECHO


ANOTHER efficient display meant the Terras recorded their second 4-0 victory in as many games, this time away from home at St Neots Town.

Boss Jason Matthews had to deal with the late loss of Ben Thomson, who was ruled out through injury on the afternoon, but that was not to hinder the visitors in going on and sealing a comfortable victory at the Cozy Stadium.

Thomson's absence gave Matthews a decision to make ahead of kick-off and, despite the experienced duo of Stewart Yetton and Stuart Fleetwood among the substitutes, he opted to bring Conor Jevon into the starting XI to lead the line.

Assistant manager Mark Molesley took a place on the Terras' bench.

The change almost paid early dividends for Weymouth as they set out on the front foot against the Saints, whose new manager Matt Clements took charge for the first time on the day.

Jevon raced in on goal after a precise ball from Chris Shephard, but the young striker was adjudged to have been offside in the build-up.

But on 17 minutes, the breakthrough came for Matthews' men. A cracking delivery from Aaron Rodriguez found opposite winger Jordan Copp, who headed in at the back post to set the ball rolling.

Copp, who has now scored three times in two games for Weymouth, then looked to add another to his tally as he let fly from 25 yards but failed to keep his effort down.

Soon after, Shephard tried to get in on the act.

He chanced his arm with an absolute screamer from 30 yards and, somehow, Alex Archer in the Saints' goal tipped the shot onto the bar and away to safety.

Shepherd and Copp then struck from range once again before, after the interval, Jevon added a second for Weymouth.

He tapped home with ease after a devilish delivery from Copp left the home defence unable to prevent the danger.

Rodriguez was then replaced by Fleetwood and Shephard made way for Charlie Davis before the Saints had their first real attempt in the game.

Declan Rogers' effort from 20 yards out was shanked well wide.

Jevon then made way for Yetton, before Weymouth recorded their third to put the game beyond doubt.

Midfielder Dean Evans was on hand to nod a delivery from Davis into the bottom corner for 3-0.

With Weymouth cruising at this stage they managed to add a fourth through Fleetwood, who made it two goals in two games for his loan club.

He latched on to a through ball from Evans, rounded keeper Archer, and finished coolly to ensure Weymouth ran out comprehensive winners.

 

 
7th January 2017
Ptn

Team

P
GD
Pts
1
Leamington
28
31
58
2
Hitchin Town
29
23
58
3
Merthyr Town
28
31
52
4
Slough Town
26
18
52
5
Chippenham Town
27
20
51
6
Frome Town
29
7
48
7
Banbury United
27
20
47
8
Chesham Utd
24
23
45
9
Kettering Town
28
13
43
10
Redditch Utd
29
-1
43
11
Biggleswade Town
27
10
39
12
Dunstable Town
28
-3
39
13
St. Ives Town
28
-12
37
14
King's Lynn Town
25
0
35
15
Weymouth
24
9
33
16
Stratford Town
28
-2
33
17
Dorchester Town
29
-11
32
18
Basingstoke Town
28
-11
32
19
Kings Langley
28
-9
29
20
Cirencester Town
30
-35
24
21
St Neots Town
27
-33
22
22
Hayes & Yeading Utd
26
-25
21
23
Cambridge City
27
-22
19
24
Cinderford Town
28
-41
11
   
 
 
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