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Old 13-09-2006, 08:58 AM
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Ashford Town (Kent) 2 Bromley 0 Ė League Cup 1st Round - 12/09/06

An injury hit, makeshift Bromley side suffered their first competitive defeat of the season against a hard working and tough tackling Ashford side and ducked out of the league cup on Tuesday night.

Sam Moore was called upon almost immediately to make a fine save as the home side went on the offensive from the kick off. Bromley settled and played some nice stuff the impressive Kirk Watts crossed for Lloyd Blackman whose header was saved by Simon Overland in the home goal.

Ashford took the lead on 26mins when Anthony Allman crashed the ball into the net from 20yards out. George Fenwick almost doubled the lead straight after with a shot from a similar distance but it hit the post. The Ravens came back into things and had a spell on top Adrian Stone was denied by Overland, Barry Moore crossed for Blackman who headed just wide and Michael Donovan was just off target with a header from a corner. The half finished with the side from Division One South just about good for their lead.

The second half saw both sides have good spells of possession, half time sub Simon Osborn crossed for Blackman who hit the bar for Bromley, but Ashford went one better at the other end on 72mins when Richard Sinden headed home from a corner for 2-0 to kill the game off.

Bromley had a late rally looking for a goal they had a good shout for a penalty after a clear hand ball turned down and the other half time sub Peter Adeniyi fired a shot just over, but it wasnít to be for The Ravens. Credit to Ashford who didnítí allow Bromley any space to play, were very solid at the back all night and not afraid to have an effort on goal.

Bromley: S Moore, Price, R Watts, B Moore, Fieldwick, Donovan, K Watts, Greenway, Blackman, Stone, Simpson. Subs: Osborn, Adeniyi, Smith, McDonnell.
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