Romsey OB 0-6 Totton Town HT:0-2

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The fifth game of the campaign ended in yet another Totton Town victory with the yellow and blacks netting 6 goals for the 3rd successive game. The boozed up Liam Hanlon scored Totton's first two goals. Liam converted a controversial penalty, won by the ever threatening Daniel Gain, before completing his brace with a well worked move down the left. Leathen Hanlon picked Daniel Gain out through the eye of a needle and played an inch perfect ball down the line. Gain cut inside and squared the ball to Liam who turned on a six pence and stabbed the ball into the corner of the net, 2-0 Totton Town. The away team looked solid in every position and gave nothing away. Mathew Froukhians and Adam ''Duck feet'' Mallet looked to be an awesome partnership in the centre of the park. Mallet won everything aerially and Froukhians tidied up on the deck, playing intricate passes and winning vital challenges throughout the match. With manager Ross Baker away on sexy time in Bangkok, Chairman Glenn Baker was in charge and added,, ''Battles were won all over the park today. I'm disappointed we never reached double figures''.
Daniel Gain also came away with a brace in the second half with two magical goals. The Trant quantity surveyor looked like a natural striker and confessed to modelling himself on Emile Heskey - ''I'm powerful like Emile,,I have good height, a great big chest,,whack!!!'' Adam Mallet and Ben ''the show boat'' Hillman added to the score sheet. Duck feet Mallet managed to get his webbed feet to the ball before the keeper in a one on one situation and the ball rolled past the line. Ben Hillman arrived at half time and looked more like an all singing, all dancing cruise ship than an ordinary show boat today scoring with a wonderful long range effort that found the top corner.
The unsung heroes for Totton Town included new centre back Makher and Aaron Froukhians who were completely water tight. Kevin Booth once again provided excellent service to the boys up top and Simon Cook and Daniel Hanlon provided a good partnership down the right.

Manager/Chairman's MOTM : Makher
He was born to play for Totton Town!!
Glenn Baker

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