Bees heap more misery on Dynamos
BRACKNELL heaped more misery on winless Invicta with a convincing win in Gillingham.
The hosts got off to a poor start, getting in penalty trouble instantly with a 10-minute misconduct given to Joe Allen.
And Bees took full advantage with Edward Knaggs breaking the deadlock.
Doug Sheppard’s men then killed a penalty before a squaring up between Ryan Watt and Harrison Lills and the game was levelled through Ryan Giles.
However, Bees moved back ahead by the end of the first period thanks to Brendan Baird’s strike.
Aidan Doughty extended the advantage after the restart before Bracknell pulled clear at 4-1 with David Millner bagging his first goal for the club.
Scott Spearing added to the tally early in the third before the 6-1 rout was complete with a sixth different goalscorer when Zack Milton tucked in.
“It was good to see David get his first goal,” said head coach Sheppard.
“We put Zack on defence for the final period and he scored as well, which was great to see.
“I thought we worked hard and took care of business and came away with the points.”
THE ONGOING investigation into the death of David Gaborcik has concluded that he died as the result of a fall.
The 25-year-old was the Bracknell Bees player of the season in 2016-17 before moving to French side Cosaires Dunkerque and he was found dead in the street in France last week.
Circumstances surrounding the death are still being explored with questions remaining over why a car containing his personal items was found in a nearby canal.
The current investigation shows no sign of criminal activity relating to the fall with no obvious signs of struggle.
A minute’s silence will be held at Bracknell Bees’ game against Streatham at The Hive on Saturday in memory of Gaborcik.
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