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Bryco Cup - Aveley 0 Hornchurch 5


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Games like this are usually tricky, but there were no shocks today and our superior strength and fitness won through.


Two ex-Urchins combined early on to set up the first chance of the day for the home side when Nathan Elder got to the byeline and pulled the ball back for Nick Lowery who missed his volley attempt. We took the lead in the 28th minute through Bradley Allen after some neat passing, Lloyd Opara laying the ball back to him on the edge of the area to set up the chance. John Martin made it 2-0 just before the break when Allen helped on a Mark Graham cross to the far post for Martin to slide in and prod the ball home.


Lloyd Opara went close with chances either side of half time, but he set up our third in the 69th when he headed a Graham far post cross over the keeper for Allen to make sure from virtually on the line. John Keeling, on as substitute for Gavin McGowan only minutes previously, made it 4-0 in the 72nd minute after another good move, running across the edge of the area before despatching a low drive past keeper Marc Palmer. The fifth came courtesy of a fumble by Palmer who mistimed a catch and appeared to swipe a John Martin near post free kick into his own net.


Line-up: Gay, Stephens, Kerrigan, Adedeji, Opara, Locke (Cowley 70), Graham (Gooding 77), McGowan (66), John, Allen, J Martin. Subs not used:- A Martin, Bradley


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