Match report away v Barking via Mr Anthony Mercer.

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Match report away v Barking via Mr Anthony Mercer.

Post  Dock end John on Sun Jul 19, 2015 9:41 am

Tilbury made the short trip down the A13 to Barking, but left without the Peter Webster Trophy after conceding the lead, to go down 3-2. Tilbury made a good start, scoring inside 2 minutes when Tony Martin's effort was well saved by Baker, but Emiel Aiken was close in to head home. Within 4 minutes Barking were back on level terms when a fine Barlow header found the corner of the net. Tilbury finished the first half well with Danny Smith having his header well saved and Aiken having 2 good efforts.Barking started thee second period well and went in front when Tobi Adesina ran through to score. Within 5 minutes Barking went further in front when the dangerous Nelson got into the box unchallenged to easily slot home. Barking played some good football as they pushed for more goals. Tilbury did pull a goal back on 69 when Kurt Smith capitalised on a mistake to hit low into the net. Tilbury tried in vain for an equaliser but were denied by some good defending.After the game Manager Gary Henty commented "after a good first half, we did not play the football we are capable of" We will look to get it right on Tuesday when we travel to Burnham Ramblers.Tilbury Squad:Niklas Freund, Clark Bogard, Bradley Webb, Conor Mead, Danny Smith, Matt Game, Jack Carlile, Emiel Aiken, Kurt Smith, Tony Martin, Harry Cook, Regan Mead, Ollie Hanlon, Lewis Jaggs, Yusef Bello, Aziz Kanu and Ben Austin
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