Three Bridges U19s 1 Bromley Whites U19s 1

Football SUS-150809-143114001
Football SUS-150809-143114001

In an equal first-half, Bridges played well and deserved to be on level terms, but in the second-half Bromley Whites took control, dominated the game but could not score the winning goal.

Both teams started well, passing the ball around but with nothing in the final third. Both Akwasi and Ryan had shots saved by the Bridges goalkeeper Jake Clark after defensive errors.

Alfie Jones was shooting on site and then on 26 minutes, BEN WILSON struck the first goal after connecting with a header from a free-kick.

Ned Pierre then had a chance to increase the score but shot just wide of the post.

Small was clean through but his shot went narrowly wide and it fell to Harry Adams to level the score for Bromley Whites on 44 minutes when a defensive scramble left him in the clear to slot the ball home.

Bromley Whites came out after half-time really fired-up and took the game to Bridges.

Arpangni had two shots go just wide before Ryan put the ball into the net but he was off-side.

With both teams making substitutes, Bromley Whites increased the pressure but this did not stop Bridges getting the ball into the net, but Johnson Siatos was ruled off-side.

Ben Wilson had a good run and shot which was only just saved and then Alfie Jones saw his header rebound of the crossbar from a corner.

As the second half came to an end, Bromley Whites were still striving for the winner with Small and Ryan going close.

Bridges: J Clark, A Berry, S Gallagher, A Jones, R Smith, C Purkiss (Capt), B Wilson, M Wilson, N Pierre (J Siatos 61), M Clarke (J Degrace 61), O Siatos (J Newman 30).

Unused Subs - D Helsden, A Sobha.

Man of the Match: Alfie Jones

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