An­gell’s night­mare start

Ever­s­ley and Cal­i­for­nia 0 Toot­ing Bec 3

The Wokingham Paper - - SPORT -

THERE was no dream start as Boars boss for Matt An­gell as his new side were well beaten by Toot­ing Bec.

Re­plac­ing El­lis Woods, An­gell and as­sis­tant Ash Cun­ning­ham took to the dugout for the first time at Fox Lane and de­spite a goal­less first half, could not pre­vent de­feat.

An­gell made four changes for his first game in charge, hand­ing starts to Mark Bai­ley, Ryan Whyte, Stephen Pea­cock and Clive Akem Che with Bran­don Blair, Jor­dan Jones, James Po­ple and Peter Shay all drop­ping out of the side which lost against Ep­som and Ewell.

Af­ter a quite start Brad Brown test­ing the Toot­ing keeper but the first half passed with few chances for ei­ther side.

The vis­i­tors ar­rived 18 points ahead of Ever­s­ley at kick-off and the qual­ity showed af­ter the restart with Kieran Pa­tel bag­ging a brace and Myles Blenk­in­sop also on tar­get.

Akem Che was clos­est in re­ply, but curled a good chance wide of the post.

The Boars, who sit 14th, go to eighth-placed Dork­ing Wan­der­ers Re­serves on Satur­day (3pm).

EVER­S­LEY: Lusty, Pow­ell, All­ston (c) (Wood), Bai­ley, Knight, Whyte, Smith, Pea­cock (Jones), Cooper (Cor­bish­ley), Akem Che, Brown. Sub not used: Guest.

Pic­tures: Steve Smyth

Clive Akem-Che goes for goal

Owen Pow­ell keeps his eyes on the ball

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