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Old 25-09-2006, 11:02 AM
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Originally posted by Mong!
Bromley won 4-0 away at Hampton today!
Yep and here's the match report from the Results Blog.

Hampton & Richmond Borough 0 Bromley 4 – League - 23/09/06

Bromley maintained their position at the top of the table with a convincing victory on a sunny September afternoon by The Thames.

Hampton adopted a very physical approach from the off with Kirk Watts & Sam Wood on the receiving end of the bulk of the challenges. Bromley toughed it out though and after a good spell of pressure took the lead on 9mins when Peter Adeniyi sent in a great through ball which Nic McDonnell glanced into the path of wing wizard Watts who coolly beat home Keeper Matt Lovett from 10yards out.

4mins later The Ravens were 2-0 up when Watts turned provider playing in McDonnell who finished well from inside the box. Hampton defender Yiadam Yeboah was booked after a cynical body check on Wood as Bromley continued to press for more goals and the home defence started to argue amongst itself.

When tested Donal O’Sullivan, Tutu Henriques and Francis Duku were very solid at the back doing a great job in containing Lawrence Yaku The Beavers attacking threat.

Watts & McDonnell both narrowly missed the target as the half went on, the third goal eventually coming on 39mins when a deep corner was headed back into danger by O’Sullivan and Adeniyi powered a header towards the goal, the ball deflecting in off the back of Duku. To the bemused delight of most Bromley fans the game looked won at the break.

The second half started with Hampton on top, but Bromley’s defence holding out well, The Beavers had a couple of penalty shouts but no more than that. Mark Goldberg decided to ring the changes bringing on all three subs and it livened up The Ravens almost immediately. O’Sullivan was denied by Lovett, sub Simon Osborn and Lloyd Blackman shot wide, midfield dynamo Barry Moore forced a great save from Lovett and sub Tony Boot fired over after great work by Duku & sub Adrian Stone.

Dudley Gardner missed with the home sides best chance before Bromley sealed the victory on 85mins with a superbly worked goal, Adeniyi, Stone and Corneille combined to set up Boot who volleyed home from 6yards out.

The comfort of this victory over last seasons defeated play off finalists left Bromley fans pinching themselves and praying this great run of performances and results lasts.

Bromley: Walker, Corneille, Wood, Duku, Henriques, O’Sullivan, Adeniyi, Watts, Moore, Blackman, McDonnell. Subs: Boot, Osborn, Stone, Simpson, Greenway.
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