ASDA 6 YEWS 1
I Can here the tills ringing out like victory day and i dont begrudge asda for one moment. Three first half goals made the game safe for the homeside who were strolling this game. They however were made to look great by a lacklustre Yews who started the match like thier hosts in-form.
(Asda having now played seven games unbeaten, and the Yews 7 points from their last five games). five minutes into that match the Yews form sunk away like the titanic and they really didnt look likely to salvage anthing from it. The Yews brought in lee Romain and Kennedy back into the starting line up which was the only changes from the Win over trowbridge .
The Yews finally announced thier arrival on the pitch 35 minutes into the game , Asda had gone off the boil and were simmering away which let the visiors have a rare spell on the ball, a few corners and long throws into the box cuased concern, and when Mikey Payne scored it seemed the tide had turned. Half time appeared a nice respite for Glassons outfit , The second half saw the Yews first really mean attack Glasson surged down the left flank and with Rory kelly and Stuart Green who forced the keeper making a save before he was brought down for a penalty. Mikey Payne stepped up for what could have been a turning point but he blasted inches wide of the right post.Asda added two more before Lee Romain and Martin Read were replaced by John Green and Andy Horton. A change of personnel gave the Yews a little bit of confidence and when Sesam Oyetunga came on for Mark Wallis the yews played some good football a little to late but enough to give the visitors some pride, Asdas Jacques grabbed his hat trick and Asdas sixth goal before the whistle went final score 6-1