Dockers fire six past sorry Ware
Date posted: 28-08-2012
Ryman Div One North
Tilbury 6 v 1 Ware Attendance 80
Tilbury took their first maximum points of the season with a 6-1 victory over a disappointing Ware side on Bank Holiday Monday. Tilbury made 2 changes to the side with Danny Smith and Emiel Aiken returning to the side at the expense of Paul King and Aaron Matthews.
Striker Danny Francis went close after 10 minutes when he hit over and minutes later Tom Wraight lobbed just over the top.
The Dockers continued there good first half effort and on 28 took a well-deserved lead when Francis held off the defender, played in Martin Llewellyn who rounded the keeper to make it 1-0. Before the break both Francis and Llewellyn both had efforts.
Tilbury came out strong after the break and looked for further goals. Within 30 seconds the outstanding Llewellyn hit a free kick against the post
On 50 Tom Wraight finished a good move after being left in acres of space before showing great composure to pick his spot to beat the Ware keeper Madden.
On 71 Tilbury made it 3 when Llewellyn crossed and after the ball came off the post, the ball fell to Francis who tapped home. In the 75th minute and Tilbury running riot Emiel Aiken was left in space, crossed and Francis headed low into the net. This was Francis last efforts on a successful answer before being replaced. Francis has now scored 7 times in the last 3.
On 78 it became 5-0 when Llewellyn netted his second of the afternoon after good work by youngster Wraight on the left. Ware were rewarded on 86 following some good play when Michael Akande was left unmarked on the right and shot low to James Marrable’s right hand post to score.
There was still time in added play to finish the game off when Emiel Aiken latched onto a through ball from substitute Bradley Hooper, before chipping over the on rushing Madden to make it 6.
The win saw the Dockers maintain their unbeaten start to the season, with 11 goals in the last 2 games.
After the game manager Paul Vaughan said that he was really pleased with the performance and hoped we could push on in the league after 2 draws. We are suffering injuries and it has been good to blood some youngsters who have not let the side down.
Tilbury are next back in action on Saturday when they take the short trip to Aveley looking to move up the table where they currently sit in 7th.
Team: Marrable; Smith, Waters, Pooley, West, Smith (Matthews, 69) Carlile; Llewellyn, Aiken, Francis (Hooper, 75) and Wraight
Subs Unused: Crooks, King and Edwards,