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offline YELLOW

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Lee's injury put a massive black cloud on the day but at least we're in the next round thanks to a convincing 4-1 win over Kingstonian.

Credit to the Ks' fans who made the trip and got behind their team from the off. Kingstonian started brightly but once Lee had dispatched a free kick with a low drive we finally found our rythem.

The second goal came from Jason Hallett who bundled home Jeff Minton's knock on at the far post. Jason scored his second lobbing the keeper and as the ball trickled into the net, Lee who was following up to make sure collided with the post.

Lee's injury affected our concentration and we conceded a sloppy goal. Our minds' seemed elsewhere in the second hal but we still produced a professional performance and could have increased our lead with Chenners, Jason and JK all having chances. It was Dwain Clarke who completed the scoring running on to a through ball. He got lucky with the keeper allowing it to go through his legs but felt Clarky done OK today. Nothing special but he contributed to the victory.

Jason definitely Man of the Match. Was excellent today and a constant irritation to the Ks' defence.

We're through now to Monday's draw. Can't get too excited about this win until I hear any news regarding Lee. My best wishes to Lee and all his family.

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did or didnt danny say that he was going to be more serious. didnt look like it today he was having a corker

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Ven0m_Gulls1 said:
did or didnt danny say that he was going to be more serious. didnt look like it today he was having a corker


That was Danny being serious!

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I think a Kingstonian fan got chucked out because he was trying to wind up Dan.

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he wasn't thrown out

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to be honest the behaviour of Danny when he started doing those sit ups (very funny) would have had him yellow carded at most games

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Kingstonian didn't really push us i thought, but their number 7 was very good with the ball and did cause a few problems for our defence. I am a little worried about how many miskicks took place on saturday, i still can't see clarke cutting it in the first team, he seems to slow and doesn't get stuck in like keeling

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he was only reacting to banter, which they all took really well. i thought it was all very funny.

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There`s a match report on the Kingstonian website

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it is a pretty fair match report




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