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End of the road for The Centurions in The Isuzu FA Trophy

The Isuzu FA Trophy 

Third Round Qualifying 


Swindon Supermarine  3 - 0 Cirencester Town 


The Centurions travelled to near neighbours and Premier Division opponents SWINDON SUPERMARINE for this Third Round Qualifying match in The Isuzu FA Trophy and after going behind in the 10th minute through a superb strike the visitors rallied to press their hosts but as in recent matches conceded a second goal early in the second period and yet another breakaway goal from a Cirencester free kick to end their interest in this season’s competition.


Former Centurion BRAD HOOPER opened the scoring with a well-placed strike into the top right corner from 25 yards and whilst Cirencester responded to test their host’s they were unable to find a way through. 

Seven minutes after the re-start Marine doubled their lead when JAMES HARDING received the ball at the near right post and produced a clever ‘flick’ to find the back of the net.

Shortly after the mid-point of the half Cirencester conceded another whilst attacking their opponent’s goal as the initial free kick was blocked by the defensive wall and cleared downfield - eventually being collected by ZACK KOTWICA who ‘shimmied’ his way past custodian Alex Harris before tucking the ball into the vacant net.


GOOD LUCK to SUPERMARINE in the next round of the competition.



Click here to view Terry Keogh's match report.


This entry was posted on 11 October 2022 at 19:42 and is filed under First Team | Miscellaneous. You can leave a response here.

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