TROWBRIDGE & DISTRICT LEAGUE DIVISION ONE: Rampant Bradley hit Wanderers for 10 (From The Wiltshire Gazette and Herald)
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TROWBRIDGE & DISTRICT LEAGUE DIVISION ONE: Rampant Bradley hit Wanderers for 10
9:00am Thursday 5th September 2013 in Football
NORTH Bradley may have been a little lacklustre in their opening game of the season at Semington Magpies on Saturday afternoon, but they were bang on form when they visited Trowbridge Wanderers on a sun-drenched Wednesday evening, claiming a 10-2 victory.
That takes Chris Carr’s Bradley outfit to the summit and send out a very early warning to the rest of the division that his team are going to be challenging for silverware come the end of the season.
Bradley opened the scoring through Scott Askew, who finished well after being set up by Shaun Percival, but they were pegged back when Tom Pang tied things up.
But it was one-way traffic as Bradley built up a 5-1 half-time lead. Ronnie Frost headed Bradley back in front, Rueben Spong added goals three and four before Askew bagged his second of the evening to make up the five.
After the break it was a similar story to that of the first 45 minutes, Askew completed his hat-trick, quickly followed by Spong who got behind the full back to beat the keeper to claim his third of the game.
Dean Ranger poked home number eight, Bruce Johnson’s free kick into the top corner accounted for Bradley’s ninth and number 10 came from Frost, who bagged his second of the evening. Jamie Moth was Wanderers other scorer.
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