Quayside Rangers 0 V 4 Totton Town

Jeram is over the moon with a well earned clean sheet today. Looking comfortable at the back Totton never really looked under threat. The defence had the legs on the Quayside attackers. Totton did not use the ball well enough today all over the park. The heavy night before played a factor in Totton looking somewhat disjointed today. Sam Payne expressed his concern by storming off the field after the game in disgust. The mouthy center back who was a contender for man of the match today was not happy with the strikers and claimed they were messing around. Dan Gain held up his hands and admitted it wasn't through lack of effort it was just because he was rubbish. Glenn Baker backed Daniels comments, ''Yes, Daniel was bloody woeful today!'' Yet again the side never performed and walked away with maximum points. On some occasions Tottons play was so ugly at times spectator Pat Hardie had his back to the game. Pat Hardie will be a vital player for Totton if they achieve promotion this season. A new Scotish signing on a free added to the Totton offence. Finn showed some glimmers of class today and looks to be a good signing. Leathen Hanlon scored the first goal of the game settling everyones nerves as the game was thought to have been a potential banana skin. Daniel Gain added a second before half time with a solo effort and looked to start bossing the game from then on. However there was no build up play and there never appeared to be any life in the game.
Luke Charles added a third to set Totton Town at ease but they never really looked convincing. Ben Hillman scored a goal only Ben Hillman knows how. A chip over the keeper from 35 yards out completed a comfortable unsightly victory. Ben showed composure and cheek to catch the keeper off his line, it was good to watch says Pat Hardie while tucking into his bargain bucket from the sideline.

Man Of The Match

Ross Baker

He kept the troops in order today and lead by example, good strong tackles and a firey belly.

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