Match Report
Red Star Bedminster v Henleaze Corinthians

 

League Division 3

 
   

Red Star Bedminster

1

Henleaze Corinthians

2

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Match Reports

Red Star Bedminster Report;

"as the referee it was probably the best match we have palyed in this season. Worth getting out of bed for This two sides were founder members of the casual league and both needed points to stay up. There was some good competitive ansd passing football played by both sides. Red star lost a player to injury. Henleaze goaly saved a few good efforts as did their crossbar. RSB thought they might have deserved a draw but will now be relegated. "

Henleaze Corinthians Report:

" A great team effort by both sides with lots of determination to get all 3 points. It was a classic relegation battle where both teams 11 players threw everything into the game. Redstar were on top for the first 15 minutes with lots of pressing. Some great defending from Corrie kept them at bay. Tahir managed to sneak into the box cutting inside two players to lay off a pass to Tom, who passed the ball into the far corner with elegance and power for the first goal. There was an ebb and flow from here with both sides trying to break and both sides came close to scoring. With a solid Corrie defence they were able to pass the ball into the box a few times with big Jim holding the ball up well. Eventually Jim got a chance to turn in a very tight spot in the box and shot to score the second corries goal. Redstar weren’t dismayed and fought back and scored within 10 minutes. The last 10 minutes were tense with both sides trying to steal a goal. Waj made lots of dangerous runs and got behind the redstar defence but they always managed to snuff out any goal attempts. Redstar hit the post with a header late on and the redstar goalie made a good save from a good pass and chase from Waj to Tahir which was the last kick of the game. Overall a good game with two determined sides. Well done Corries."