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Eastwood CFC 4-0 Teversal Reserves

3 months ago By Zander Shayler

Eastwood progressed to the next round of the Central Midlands League Cup with a comfortable home victory against a very young Teversal Reserves side.

Jack Millward, Jack James and Joe Butler were all recalled to the starting eleven as again Eastwood utilized there large squad.

Eastwood took the lead on 5 minutes, when for second game running Chay Betteridge made no mistake from the penalty spot after Harry Allen was fouled. Harry Allen added a second on 23 minutes when the big striker turned well in a crowded penalty area and applied a neat finish. It was three with the move of the half on 40 minutes Harry Allen scored Eastwood's third goal finishing off a fine move involving several players and after being put in the clear by Jack James Allen finished with typical confidence.

Half-Time 3-0

Eastwood made a change at half-time introducing Jack Smith who replaced Jamie Thomas. Eastwood never really threatened as much as the first half as the home side were quite happy to keep possession of the ball for long periods to see the half out. With league and cup games coming thick and fast for Eastwood they were delighted to do so.

Joint manager Dave Marlow entered the fray on 65 minutes as a precautionary measure replacing skipper Aaron Short. In fact it was Marlow's in swinging corner on 76 minutes which was headed home by Jack James that completed the scoring to secure Eastwood's passage to the next round.

Full Time 4-0

Eastwood CFC Team
Walker, Mitchell, Thomas (Jack Smith 45), James, Short (Marlow 68), Brooks, Millward, Allen, Webb, Butler (Jackson 75), Bettridge

Subs not used; Danny Hayes, Sam Meakin

Teversal Reserves Team

Ogdon, Bradley, Brown, Bennett, Fisher, Bacon, Summers, Clarke, James, Newby, Titley

Subs: Vincent, Newton

Goalscorers; Chay Bettridge (5 Penalty), Harry Allen (23,40), Jack James (85)

Man of The Match: Harry Allen

Updated 11:23 - 21 Nov 2017 by Zander Shayler

Where next?

Eastwood Relishing Fight For Trophies ECFC joint-manager Dave Marlow is delighted to be fighting for trophies on 5 fronts.
Match Preview: Hilton Harriers vs ECFC Eastwood attempt to play their first away game of 2018 this Saturday when they travel to Derbyshire side Hilton Harriers.


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