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MATCH REPORTS 2007-08

Northwood 0  Barnet 5

28th July 2007

Northwood

Bill Fishenden 1
Terry Hogan 2
Danny Murphy 20
Dave Tilbury 4
Bradley Hewitt 5
Chris Mills 6
Dwane Williams 7
Simon Whall 8
Jerome Hall 9
Kevin McKenna 10
Elliott Buchanan 11
Substitutes
 
Ricky Pither 12
Jack Bennett 14
Perry Norman 15
Stephane Brown 16
Michael Bakare 17
Lee Holland 18
Nick Pearce 19
Pre-season friendly
Chestnut Avenue,
Northwood
Kick Off
3.00 p.m.
Attendance
242
H/T
0-3
Scorers
Northwood
n/a
Barnet
Thomas 3, 27, May 16, Laws 85, Wright 89
Bookings
Northwood
n/a
Barnet
n/a
Sent Off
Northwood
n/a
Barnet
n/a

Barnet

1 Rob Beckwith
14 Max Porter
5 Ismail Yakubu
19 Sagi Burton
3 Nicky Nicolau
16 Ashley Carew
4 Neal Bishop
6 Michael Leary
11 Jason Puncheon
9 Rory May
8 Anthony Thomas
  Substitutes
2 Michael Bostwick
7 Liam Hatch
12 James Cole
22 Danny Hart
15 Stephan Seanla
17 Ben Wright
21 James Laws
GK Tom Trebes

 

   


Match Report
by Robin Piper

 

Northwood’s pre-season preparations stepped up a gear as they played host to Coca Cola League Two outfit Barnet.

In fine weather and on the newly re-laid Chestnut Avenue pitch, hopes were high for an entertaining afternoon’s football.

And it was the strong Barnet side who struck first after former Hemel striker Anthony Thomas latched onto an under-hit Kevin McKenna back-pass to give his team a third minute lead.

Elliott Buchanan tested visiting ‘keeper Rob Beckwith a low shot from distance, but the Bees were soon back on the attack as Woods goalkeeper Bill Fishenden collected Thomas’ shot on the turn.

However, Fishenden was unable to prevent Barnet from extending their lead on 16 minutes after the ball ran loose to Rory May, who rolled the ball into an empty net.

The Bees continued to dominate proceedings, Ismail Yakubu and Neal Bishop going close before Thomas grabbed his second of the afternoon with a 25-yard screamer on 28 minutes.

Northwood were indebted to young Fishenden as he pulled off a trio of fine saves to deny Jason Puncheon before the half-time break.

Manager Colin Payne reshuffled his troops as he sought to give every member of his squad a run out but normal business was resumed late on as James Laws and Ben Wright added further goals for Barnet.

And that proved to be the end of the scoring, leaving manager Colin Payne much to ponder after a useful exercise for his squad despite the result.


 

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Elliott Buchanan causes Barnet some problems!

 

Photos: James Brown