The Non-League Football Paper - - FA CUP SECOND ROUND QUALIFYING - By Terry Staines

MAR­LOW were made to pay for re­cent dis- ciplinary in­dis­cre­tions as sus­pended play­ers meant sev­eral changes to their line-up and level of per­for­mance.

This meant that the Tan­ger­ines were rarely in dan­ger of los­ing out and had they taken more of the chances that came their way, then the score­line would have been even more con­clu­sive.

The went ahead just af­ter the quar­ter-hour when Jack Bea­dle fol­lowed up his first ef­fort to net with the sec­ond, whilst Mar­low were un­usu­ally sub­dued and re­stricted to a cou­ple of weak ef­forts.

Just be­fore the break, Mark Bit­mead hit wide, but he made amends two min­utes into the sec­ond pe­riod, this time find­ing the net with his sec­ond ef­fort pass­ing O’Neal Garnes in the home goal.

The only ef­fort wor­thy of the name from Mar­low saw Tyler Tobin palm over a fierce drive from Char­lie Sa­muel, whilst three good op­por­tu­ni­ties to firmly set­tle the game in favour of the visi­tors were squan­dered in the fi­nal ten min­utes.

PIC­TURE: Andy Nunn

JACK IN THE BOX: Jack Bea­dle opens the scor­ing for Ash­ford

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