Langford Rovers keep their title hopes alive
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Langford Rovers kept their Somerset County League Division One West title hopes alive with another victory.
Burnham United 0
Langford Rovers 2
LANGFORD Rovers side charged back in to the Somerset County League Division One West title race with a comfortable victory at Cassis Close.
The Bulls dominated throughout, playing the game in their opponents half and admirably contained a pacy home forward line.
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Daniel Hartley gave Rovers the lead on the half-hour mark as the visitors went on to create numerous opportunities.
Ryan Scott underlined his value to the team when he pulled off a fine save from a Burnham penalty midway through the second half in the home side’s only effort of note.
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Tyler Davis continued his excellent scoring run with a composed finish moments before the final whistle.
Credible performances came from Tyler Davis, Jake Buxton, Daniel Hartley and Ryan Scott, but the man of the match award, kindly sponsored by Edge Barbers, went to Joseph Radcliffe.
After the game, Edge Barbers signed an extension to their deal as primary sponsorship partners and all at the club thank Christopher Board for his continued support.
On Saturday, Langford travel to Clevedon United, kick-off 3pm.
WINSCOMBE defeated a strong Cheddar side 1-0 to remain fourth in Somerset Division 2 West.
The visitors started brightly and chances came through Clark, Flint and Collier, but for poor finishing and some good saves by Cheddar keeper Woodcock, Winscombe could have gone in at half-time with a three or four goal lead.
As expected, Cheddar came at the visitors at the start of the second period, but Winscombe went ahead through a disputed penalty when Clark was brought down and Stoves calmly putting the resulting kick away.
With Stoves, Hughes, Collier and Clark overpowering the Cheddar midfield, more chances came through the unselfish running of Flint, with substitute Mason almost getting on the end of a couple of crosses.
The back four of Chambers, Hosey, Hooper and Horwood made sure Page in the Winscombe goal was rarely tested, while Clark also hit the bar for Winscombe. Winscombe Fish Bar man of the match was Ben Hooper, but he was pushed by Dan Horwood.
On Saturday, Winscombe are at home to Nailsea United, 3pm kick-off.