Match Data 2013/2014


Havant & Waterlooville 4
Basingstoke Town 1

Football Conference South - Sat Oct 12, 2013

HawksBasingstoke Town
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Scott Bevan
Jake Newton
Daniel Blanchett
Jesse Kewley-Graham
Pedro Monteiro
Ryan Woodford
Nic Ciardini
Perry Ryan
Dennis Oli (Hutchinson, 70)
Scott Jones (Bird, 57)
Alek Przespolewski (Ramsey, 57)

Substitutes
Ryan Bird
Steven Ramsey
Eddie Hutchinson
Dan Strugnell
Ross Fitzsimons

Goals


Hawks
Przespolewski (15)
Jones (37)
Ciardini (pen, 41)
Oli (66)

Basingstoke Town
Ibe (54)

Att: 956
Louis Wells
Robbie Rice
Adam Green
Neil Barrett (Debattista, 85)
Jay Gasson
David Ray
Wes Daly
Shaun McAuley (Matthews, 44)
Kezie Ibe
Manny Williams
Matt Partridge (Jenkinson, 44)

Substitutes
Robbie Matthews
Nathan Smart
Ryan Debattista
Andrew Jenkinson
Joe McDonnell
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The Hawks capped a successful week yesterday with a 4-1 win at home against Basingstoke Town. The victory comes off the back of a midweek win the Hampshire Senior Cup against Hartley Wintney, and last Saturday’s three goals at Maidenhead mean Lee Bradbury’s men have now notched ten goals in just eight days.

With most of the league occupied in FA Cup action elsewhere, yesterday’s win allows the Hawks to jump to 11th place in the table – just two points outside the play-off bracket.

It was Alex Przespolewski who opened the scoring against the Dragons in the 15th minute after Perry Ryan’s tearing run up the centre of the pitch ended with a shot parried by Louis Wells.

Scott Jones then added a second with a header in the 37th minute, and just four after that Nic Ciardini was brought down in the box and converted his own penalty from the spot.

Kezie Ibe started a Basingstoke comeback nine minutes into the second half when Adam Green’s initial shot came back off the post favourably for the striker, but the Hawks put paid to any hopes of a Dragons revival in the 66th minute when Oli’s solo run ended with a fine shot that beat his marker and curled inside the far post.

Photo Dave Haines.