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Faversham Town
Three Bridges
C Rook (35'), A Miller (68'), D Carrington (75')
Full time
Sat 13 Apr 15:00 - The Bostik Football League - South East Division Attendance 201

1st lose to Faversham Town 3 - 0


A disappointing afternoon

It was an extremely disappointing afternoon for Three Bridges who were well beaten by a much better Faversham side. 3-0 was perhaps a generous score line for Bridges who were on the back foot for the entirety of the 90 minutes. It would have been four or five had the home side taken their chances.

Bridges looked to start of the better of the two sides and it was them who got the first chance of the affair. Connor French picked the ball up on the edge of the box two minutes in he twisted and turned with his feet until he fooled the Faversham defender which allowed him to make space but he blazed his shot over the bar.

Faversham very nearly took the lead inside the first 15 minutes. Liam King who had an excellent game and was eventually voted as Man Of The Match for the home side headed the ball past Dean Gunner and then hit a fierce volley at goal but thankfully for Bridges it flew past the post with Shaw looking well beaten. Bridges should have scored just moments later Lee Hall delivered a corner and Reece Hallard completely unmarked in the box but he couldn’t do enough to turn his effort goal-bound and it was eventually hoofed away by a Faversham defender.

Faversham were beginning to look really dangerous around the half hour mark and they so nearly took the lead 15 minutes before the interval, Daniel Carrington did well to weave his way into the box before volleying across the face of goal, King and Ashley Miller were both scrambling at the far post but couldn’t stretch far enough to tap home.

It wasn’t to be a crucial miss by Faversham as they took the lead just 4 minutes later. Danny Walder looked ready to hit a free-kick from 25 yards but he chipped a neat ball into the area and Carl Rook used his height to stretch for the ball and poke it into the top corner. Miller nearly had a chance to make it two before the break but Dean Gunner slid in to deny.

34 seconds into a second half Faversham should have been 2-0 up. Donvieve Jones whipped a ball across the box it was attacked and looked certain to go in but James Shaw slid in from out of nowhere to make an exceptional save to keep Bridges in the tie. Faversham really looked to be taking control of the tie and it looked like only a matter of time before they took the lead. They almost did when Rook volleyed at goal but Nathan Simpson blocked heroically.

Eventually the second goal did come for Faversham, poor Bridges defending saw Miller slide in an unchallenged king who ran one on one before reaching Shaw and tucking it round him to make it two. It got worse for Bridges just minutes later as King was able to find Carrington on the edge who smashed it into the bottom corner first time.

Bridges were able to see the game out and keep it at three goals.

Bridges next game sees them face league leaders Cray Wanderers at home on Saturday 20th April 2019.

Report by Sam Gadsdon

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Olu Oluwatimilehin

Player of the Match

Olu Oluwatimilehin

Key moments

Goal Carl Rook scores for Faversham Town
Goal Askley Miller scores for Faversham Town
Goal Daniel Carrington scores for Faversham Town


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90:00 Player of the Match
Olu Oluwatimilehin is awarded player of the match for Three Bridges
83:00 Sub Off
Carl Rook is substituted off for Faversham Town
83:00 Sub On
Michael Freiter is substituted on for Faversham Town
79:00 Sub Off
Liam King is substituted off for Faversham Town
79:00 Sub On
Jack Sellens is substituted on for Faversham Town
77:00 Sub Off
Alex Clark is substituted off for Three Bridges
77:00 Sub On
Antone Douglas is substituted on for Three Bridges
75:00 Goal 3 - 0
Daniel Carrington scores for Faversham Town
71:00 Sub Off
Tyrone Berry is substituted off for Three Bridges
71:00 Sub On
John Lansdale is substituted on for Three Bridges
68:00 Goal 2 - 0
Askley Miller scores for Faversham Town
56:00 Sub Off
Amaraldo Glloga is substituted off for Three Bridges
56:00 Sub On
Ibby Akanbi is substituted on for Three Bridges
End of period 1
40:00 Sub On
David Cook is substituted on for Faversham Town
40:00 Sub Off
Danny Walder is substituted off for Faversham Town
35:00 Goal 1 - 0
Carl Rook scores for Faversham Town
Start of the game
Replay game

As it happened

  • Faversham Town
  • Three Bridges
  • 0
  • Carl Rook Goal 35:00'
  • Danny Walder Sub Off 40:00'
  • David Cook Sub On 40:00'
  • Amaraldo Glloga Sub Off 56:00'
  • Ibby Akanbi Sub On 56:00'
  • Askley Miller Goal 68:00'
  • Tyrone Berry Sub Off 71:00'
  • John Lansdale Sub On 71:00'
  • Daniel Carrington Goal 75:00'
  • Alex Clark Sub Off 77:00'
  • Antone Douglas Sub On 77:00'
  • Liam King Sub Off 79:00'
  • Jack Sellens Sub On 79:00'
  • Carl Rook Sub Off 83:00'
  • Michael Freiter Sub On 83:00'

Team selection

Faversham Town
  • 1. William Godmon
  • 2. Danny Divine
  • 3. Jamie Maxted
  • 4. Danny Walder
  • 5. Matthew Bourne
  • 6. Ryan Huckle
  • 7. Donvieve Jones
  • 8. Daniel Carrington
  • 9. Carl Rook
  • 10. Liam King
  • 11. Askley Miller
  • 12. David Cook
  • 13. James Miles
  • 14. Jack Sellens
  • 15. Michael Freiter
  • 16. Harry Day

League round up

Other South East Division results

Cray Wanderers
Ashford United
Hastings United
Hythe Town
Sevenoaks Town
East Grinstead Town


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League table

# Team Pl Pts
12. Whitstable Town 36 43
13. East Grinstead Town 36 41
14. Three Bridges 36 41
15. Herne Bay 36 38
16. Sittingbourne 36 37
17. Faversham Town 36 37
18. Guernsey 36 30

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