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Mixed performance from The Centurions but they recover to secure a point

Pitching In Southern League 

Division 1 Central 

 

Cirencester Town  3 - 3  Waltham Abbey 

 

After a month of ‘knock-out’ competitions Cirencester finally returned to league action with a home fixture against WALTHAM ABBEY and following a match littered with free kicks, Yellow Cards, injury delays, 6 goals and a dismissal the points were shared.

 

Despite scoring in the opening minutes through JOE SHEPHERD and creating a number of early chances the home side were pegged back by a well-worked goal from their visitors as DECLAN RYDINGS placed his shot into the top left corner. 

Eight minutes into the second period CHRISTIAN ADU GYAMFI collected a clearance and charged down the right channel to the edge of the home Penalty Area to score inside the right post. 

Four minutes later a corner kick was recycled to the taker who rifled a shot from the left corner of the home box that struck the bar and was tucked away by the alert CHRISTIAN ADU GYAMFI from close range. 

Cirencester pulled a goal back immediately with a neat move and composed finish from LEVI IRVING and it was game on. 

Shortly after the mid-point of the half Waltham were reduced to 10-men and three minutes into the 13 minutes of ‘added-time’ Cirencester equalised when REEGAN MESSENGER headed home from a corner kick.

 

Click here to view Dave Pyzer's match report.

 


This entry was posted on 01 October 2022 at 22:34 and is filed under First Team | Miscellaneous. You can leave a response here.

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