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FIRST TEAM MATCH REPORTS 2008-09

Northwood 2  AFC Wimbledon 1

16th July 2008

 

Northwood

Mitch Swain
1
Lee Holland
2
Ryan Tackley
3
Joe Cowen
4
Bradley Hewitt
5
John Christian
6
Aryan Taj
7
Dwane Williams
8
Adrian Abramian
9
Sean Sonner
10
Andre Delisser
11
Substitutes
Bill Fishenden (not used)
12
Gary Edwards
14
Abdul Yoki
15
Danny Julienne
16
Jack Brown
17
Liam Sonner
18
Dwain Williams
19
Gavin Brown
20
Anthony Page
21
Max Howell
22
Terry Davies 23
Pre-season friendly
Chestnut Avenue,
Northwood
Kick Off
7.45 p.m.
Attendance
185
H/T
1-1
Scorers
Northwood
Abramian 10, Davies 71
AFC Wimbledon
Godfrey 24
Bookings
Northwood
n/a
AFC Wimbledon
n/a
Sent Off
Northwood
n/a
AFC Wimbledon
n/a

AFC Wimbledon

1
Jack Turner
2
Luke Garrard
3
Micky Haswell
4
Luke Pigden
5
Jason Goodliffe
6
Alan Inns
7
Sam Hatton
8
Marvin Hamilton
9
Elliott Godfrey
10
Billy Dunn
11
Chris Hussey
Substitutes
12
Evans Kouassi
13
Liam Poupart
14
Jackson Osaka
15
James Folkes
16
Tommy Higgins
17

Godfrey Asare

18
Amin Abrahams
19
Tommy Tolady
20
Quincy Rowe
21
 
22  

 

   

 


Match Report
by Robin Piper

 

Northwood made a winning start to their pre-season programme as they overcame Conference South newcomers Wimbledon.

Woods started well and they took the lead on 10 minutes as Adrian Abramian set off on a mazy run before slotting the ball past Dons’ goalkeeper Jack Turner.

Wimbledon pressed for the equaliser and Elliott Godfrey had a couple of chances but was unable to beat Mitch Swain in the Northwood goal.

However, Godfrey’s persistence paid off as he capitalised on a defensive mix-up to draw the visitors level in the 24th minute.

The balance of play remained fairly even for the remainder of the half although Billy Dunn and Sam Hatton went close for the visitors.

Both sides made a number of changes during the half-time break and Woods’ substitute Abdul Yoki was immediately on the attack but he was denied by Turner.

Wimbledon’s Evans Kouassi and Tommy Tolady were guilty of spurning excellent chances whilst Yoki’s long range effort flew narrowly over.

Woods proceeded to threaten the Dons’ goal and Terry Davies saw his shot from an acute angle rebound off the post whilst Yoki drew another save from Turner.

But Wimbledon were guilty of missing a couple of gilt-edged chances as Evans Kouassi and Tommy Tolady were off target.

And Northwood showed the visitors how it should be done when they regained the lead on 71  minutes as Davies charged down Turner’s attempted clearance following a poor back-pass.

Chances continued to be created at either end and James Folkes had a shot saved by Swain whilst Yoki went close with a cheeky near post free-kick.

Woods’ Anthony Page tested replacement ‘keeper Liam Poupart before Tolady squandered another glorious chance to equalise in the penultimate minute of a contest that proved a useful workout for both sides.

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Photos: James Brown