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Dorking FC 0 - Molesey 2

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It had to happen eventually.


Final PSF before the season and Dorking lost at home 0-2.


As I am house-sitting for youngest daughter, a match report will be slightly delayed.

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In spite of house sitting and holidays, this report has now been posted on DFC site.

"Dorking lost their first and final game of pre season and conceded their first goal into the bargain after over 460 minutes of football in a close fought defeat over a strong Molesey side of Ryman division one.


Molesey won a series of early free kicks, the first after 5 minutes when Molesey were awarded a free kick 25 yards out on the right. The resulting kick beat the wall but was headed wide of goal. Molesey were on top in the early stages and took a 1-0 lead after 10 minutes: when a rare mistake by Dorkimg keeper John McBride saw him fail to collect a Molsey cross which was headed home. This was the first goal conceded by Tony Webb's side in over 5 pre season games.


On 12 minutes: another free kick was awarded to Molesey, but this time the shot was well saved by McBride who pushed the shot wide to the right.


Dorking were beginning to make some good fast breaks as they settled into their stride and on 20 minutes Dorkings first real chance arose but Chicks shot wide of goal. Then on 35 minutes Adie Butler, made a fast run forward to collect a long pass but was adjudged to be Offside when clear through on goql. . Both teams had their chances for the rest of the first half but failed to capitalise.


Dorking started the second period as they had finished the first, giving as good as they got and on 60 minutes Danny Kent managed to block a ball from a Molesey clearance and passed immediately to Kev Tery on the right hand side who took a first bounce shot which beat the keeper, but went just wide of the left hand post, when Dorking's play deserved an equaliser.


With 15 minutes remaining, Molesey won the game when scoring from a fast break after a long pass which was scrambled home.


All in all, Dorking looked good even under pressure from a strong and fit Molesey side, Dorking using the game as a chance to expeiment with the team using around 20 players in the 90 minutes including bringing in the two new mid-fielders."

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