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NSL League game Sat 23rd September 2017
Burton Joyce 1 v Bridgford United 6
Goals Jarele Ayden 1, Santos Farrell 2, Jarrod Westcarr 3.
Match official Shaun Fuller.
A must win game to keep in the race for the title, Bridgford had to bounce back and get back on track after last week's disappointing result.
A much familiar back line with the additions of Jourdan Blair & Mario Lopez gave the team a much needed fresher look. It was also an opportunity for recent newcomers to make an impact and make the difference. Jarele Ayden got off to another flier after Blair's shot was followed up by Ayden after just 2 minutes. Bridgford already looked like the team from last season with Santos Farrell on the 26th minute was brought down in the penalty area, Farrell then converted the spot kick to make it 0-2. Farrell could and should have added 3 more to his personal tally in the first half but was creating the opportunities for himself. Some slick passing and one touch moves in the first half which reminded us all of how brilliant we can be and something like the form we hit last season. The home side did create some openings and put the ball in the back of the net but it was adjudged to have been a foul on our defence and was consequently ruled out. petite styled items in the cocktail to wear
The 2nd period started much the same for Bridgford imposing themselves working very hard in all areas to protect that 2 goal cushion. The introduction of Bernard Kirk for Kemal Singleton 8 minutes into the half like for like, Singleton back in his normal position had a huge impact in the centre of midfield with his physical presence. 15 mins gone and a double substitution was necessary Chris Papp replaced by another new signing Kory Sims and Westcarr for Ayden, Ayden again worked very hard for the team and ran himself into the ground nothing left in the tank and that's 3 goals in 3 games for the midfielder now. Papps was applauded off the field for his first start in a couple of weeks and a huge display display in the centre, great to see him back doing what he does best, an under rated midfielder who puts in a shift for the team and goes about his work diligently and disciplined protecting the back 4.
Blair brilliant at his hold up play and vision played in Farrell who netted his 2nd after 25 minutes giving clear daylight at 3 up for the visitors.
A revitalised Westcarr turned on the style with an incredibly quick hatrick, within 16 minutes of being on the field of play Jarrod ripped through the right back with ease and made all 3 goals look so easy. Precision and placement from him was brilliant and effortless at times.
The home side got a late consolation after Lopez handled the ball in the penalty area but the game was done by then. Great to have us back on track and hopefully this will be the catalyst to kick start our season again moving us up the table with games in hand.
Well done by all the squad including the bench players who made a real impact to change and put the game beyond Burton Joyce.See More