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Sunday firsts a morning to forget
Gary Gibbs must be rueing a successful pitch inspection this morning as his side failed to adapt to the conditions and crashed 4-1 to leaders White Horse at Waterside. In a game that threatened to boil over at times, the Horse capitalised on some poor defensive play and took a 4-0 interval lead. Jamie Hurst, 26 today, pulled one back but missed chances enabled the visitors to register a vital win. Robbie Greenfield and Levii Loyza added a semblance of sanity to a hot-headed encounter that gave Ashley Bowles plenty to think about. Gibbs, understandably, was not happy with his side’s indisciplined performance and he will be looking for a dramatic improvement in next Sunday’s match with Ashford United.
Timmy Russell praises depleted Sunday reserves squad
For the first 20 mins we had possession and looked comfortable despite only having 9 players; but the outnumbered game soon told and we conceded goals. Good work from the boys though, kept going, and a great goal from Brad Osbourne and good performances from the lads. Lenny Russell was Biddenden’s choice for PoM; lets have a better turn out next week against Park Farm Rangers and we can get results again, well done all.
Matt Church reports on the Under 10s match
We travelled to High Halden to face a very strong side and yet again this group of players gave everything they never give up. We are a team building for next season and the signs are very good both individually and as a team we are always improving. Green: Oliver, Harry, Max (PoM), Lilly, Riley, Ellis, Harvey.