Match Data 2013/2014


Havant & Waterlooville 1
Salisbury City 0

Friendly - Tue Jul 16, 2013

HawksSalisbury City
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Scott Bevan (Searle, 0)
Jake Newton (Woodford, 0)
Daniel Blanchett (Cummings, 0)
Eddie Hutchinson
Pedro Monteiro (Harris, 0)
Dan Strugnell
Christian Nanetti (Jones, 0)
Perry Ryan
Ollie Palmer (Kabba, 0)
Nic Ciardini
Serge Makofo (Adebowale, 0)

Substitutes
Ryan Woodford
Charlie Searle
Ed Harris (Wedlake, 0)
Scott Jones
Sahr Kabba
Harry Wedlake
Warren Cummings
Taiwo Adebowale

Goals


Hawks
Woodford (89)

Salisbury City

Att: 0
Will Puddy
Steve Tulley
Ryan Brett
Merrick James-Lewis
James Clarke
Exodus Geoghegan
Jake Thomson
Theo Lewis
Paul Wyatt
Chris McPhee
Stuart Sinclair

Substitutes
Ryan Case
Lewis Carey
Callum Hart
Luke Ruddick
Dami
Ricky Wellard
Elliot Frear
James White
Jake Reid
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The Hawks took on last seasonís play-off winners Salisbury City on Tuesday night, running out 1-0 winners thanks to a header from defender Ryan Woodford. Top striker Ollie Palmer returned from holiday to resume his position at the front of the side, and made early challenges in a game that saw the Hawks comfortable against a side that caused them no end of trouble in their two encounters last season.

It was Woodford though, who helped the Hawks to their first goal and first win of the pre-season campaign when he connected with a cross from Ed Harris in the last minute of the game.