Bees heap more mis­ery on Dynamos

The Wokingham Paper - - SPORT -

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.

Dan Black­ham

Ed­ward Knaggs set Bees on their way to vic­to­ryPic­tures:

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