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Tuesday 9th October 2001

Ryman League Division One

Buckingham Road, Aylesbury Attendance: 470

Aylesbury United

2 2

Wealdstone

  Half-time: (0-0)  
         
Teams
Adam WHEELERPlayer Image1
Greg WILLIAMSPlayer Image2
15 Peter RISLEYPlayer Image3
Daniel GORDONPlayer Image4
Dwain CLARKEPlayer Image5
Scott HONEYBALLPlayer Image6
Stuart MAYNARDPlayer Image7
12 Dale COCKRILLPlayer Image8
14 Dwight MARSHALLPlayer Image9
Chris BANGURAPlayer Image10
Ollie STANBRIDGEPlayer Image11
 
8 Enzo SILVESTRIPlayer Image12
9 Frank MCCORMACKPlayer Image14
3 Peter CLIFFORDPlayer Image15
 
  Cliff HERCULESManager ImageM
   
Match Report

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This match had everything, a penalty, a stunning thirty five yard strike, a late comeback and a great atmosphere, aided by the Buckingham Road floodlights.

United had the better of the early exchanges as both Bangura and Honeyball went close inside the first seven minutes. Maynard fired wide on twenty minutes and Bangura shot over the bar after being released by Marshall. Williams also went close when his long-range effort was tipped over by the impressive Carter in the visitors' goal.

The entertaining first half set things up nicely for a memorable second period. The visitors had a good early chance before a timely Honeyball tackle ended the attack.

Dale Cockrill's first touch let him down as he sprinted into the box and Bangura, looking more impressive with each game, headed over when free in the area.

However, the Stones then took the lead, as Honeyball was adjudged to have pushed Bryan Hammatt inside the area. The Wealdstone man picked himself up and sent Wheeler the wrong way from the penalty spot.

Marshall turned and shot smartly and was denied once more by Carter, however Scott Honeyball then turned home the resultant corner to level the scores.

Maynard then went close from long range, before Paul Lamb showed us what long range shooting is all about, hammering home from thirty five yards leaving Wheeler nowhere.

And with the clock ticking down, Peter Clifford fired home from close range, sending the players and supporters away happy.