A local derby that went all wrong and by the time Bays got there act together it was all over. It looked good in the opening minutes when Joe Bresnahan spurned a chance by putting it over the bar, but Glenfield then went down the other end and John Lahav headed the ball through Sam Jewell"s arms to open the scoring. Jason McKeown was just over from a cross and Ryley Webster saw his corner elude the keeper but no one was on hand to get the final touch. Then just after the half hour, bays were two down when Elliot Dye received a cross in the box and was allowed to turn and pick his spot. Bays had their chances with Bresnahan heading over and Arek Kubicki being put through only to be robbed by John Hannah, while Dan Peat was also wayward. Then with a minute remaining, Jason Hicks made a good run down the line and crossed to Dye who made it 3-0. Willy Gerdsen made two changes at the break bringing on Ric Sheehan and Dan Morgan-Howell and these changes certainly made an improvement as a Sheehan freekick was knocked clear by the Glenfield keeper, Bays had a chance but it was cleared again and a second chance was wasted. Tyhe second half saw a much better performance from the Bays team and they pressured Glenfield but a lack of effective strike power saw them unable to reduce the deficit. Team: Jewell, Forrest (Sheehan 46), Edginton, Zoghby (Broderson 54), Bell, Hyde, Webster, McKeown, Bresnahan, Peat, Kubicki (Morgan-Howell 46).
Last Modified on 08/07/2009 09:40