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Barton Rovers F.C

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Website last updated: 31 Jan, 2015 @ 20:57

Match Report

Beds Senior Cup - Round 3

AFC Dunstable

Wed 28 Jan, 2015

3

V

3

AET. 3 - 3 at full time
Won 1 - 4 on penalties

Barton Rovers F.C

Ben Sawyer (1)

Jevani Brown (1)

Mahmut Caglar (1)

AFC Dunstable   3          Barton Rovers    3      Barton win 4-1 on penalties.

Bishop 28,                     Brown 27,

Carney 60,                    Caglar 65p,

Hall 75                          Awayer 89

 

 ht 1-1

 

Barton defeated AFC Dunstable, in the BedsSenior Cup,  (4-1) on penalties after the game finished 3-3 at the end of normal time on Wednesday evening and progress through to the semi-finals.

Both sides made a number of changes to their line-ups as Barton went ahead on 26 minutes when James Bishop was caught in possession and Jevani Brown finished well.

Within a minute, Bishop made up for that and more as he rifled home from 25 yards to make it 1-1.

 

After the break, AFC took the lead on the hour with another typical Newman Carney free kick that eluded everyone on its way into the net.

Back came Barton though when George Biggadike brought down Ben Sawyer in the box, Mahmut Caglar struck home the penalty.

Again AFC took the lead when ex-Rover Jermaine Hall outpaced their defence and toe-poked the ball home on 75 minutes.

It looked like AFC had done enough, but Leon Simpson was penalised for shielding the ball by the by-line and from the set-piece, Sawyer slotted home.

Rovers then took the shoot out 4-1 as AFC boss Steve Heath said: “I was so proud of the team as we matched a side that is one place off the play-offs in the Southern League and could have edged it.

“Both teams played in the game in the right spirit and for a local derby to produce no cautions, is a great advert for local football.”

 

Barton's next League game is at Home against Uxbridge this Saturday with a 3.00 pm kick-off and then we entertain St. Ives Town next Tuesday ( 7.45 pm kick-off ).

 

 

Starting line up

  • Bradley Kirkwood

  • Jan Volodoski

  • Rhys Hoenes

    Another product of last season's successful team.  Spent several months away in America where he has been playing for LA Wolves should stand him in good stead for his second spell with us.  Young, energetic with an eye for goal, a great ...

  • Peter Gatti

    A central defender who enters his second season with the club.  A tall, energetic lad with pace to match.  Joined Rovers from the ' Waders Legends '  team that won promotion in 2013. Vice captain with a great winning record.

  • Paul Andrews

    Club Captain. PA is now edging ever closer to his testimonial season with the club.  A 'no nonsense' centre half who has been the backbone of the club's defence for many years.  Well respected throughout the club.

  • Jack Keating

  • Ben Sawyer

    A big signing for the club this year.  Ben began the season with Histon and comes in with a wealth of experience.  A wide attacking player with a great eye for the goal.

  • Taylor Rhani

  • Tuki Tayali

  • Mahmut Caglar

    A local lad who started his playing career with Barton.  After some time out of the game and spells with teams in the local leagues, Mahmut has stepped back up to the level he is capable of playing.  A versatile player with great ability...

  • Anthony Ottaway

    A wing back / wide midfielder who joined the club after a successful trial scoring with his first touch in a pre-season friendly.  Equally comfortable on either wing, Anthony previously played for Hyde in the Conference and was a junior at Co...

Substitutes used

  • Jevani Brown

  • Connor Vincent

    A young lad who was part of the successful Langford and Stotfold sides in the South Midlands League.  Connor has stepped up a division and looks comfortable in central midfield whilst also looking a real threat up front.  His pace and en...

  • Stefan Powell

    Joined the club after spells with Hitchin, Bedford Town and Arlesey.  Stefan is a midfield / wide player who is a really exciting prospect.  Joins the club from Hitchin Town and will be sure to make an impact in the middle of the park.&n...

Substitutes not used

  • Kevin Kilroy

    Kev joined the club from Biggleswade Town in Oct 2013 and became an immediate hit with players and supporters alike.  A player who has high standards and a great attitude towards the game which has a positive impact on those around him.  ...

  • Jhai Dhillon

    Superbly fit player who has the engine to cover all areas of the pitch.  Jhai joined Barton from Royston Town and made a huge impression in his first games.  A big player who is strong in the tackle and can play in several positions. &nb...

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