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BEES’ LATE STING SENDS CLARETS OUT OF THE CUP

FA Cup First Round Replay

CHELMSFORD CITY 0 BARNET 1

JOHN CHUBB at The Melbourne Community Stadium

@JohnCphoenixfm

Chelmsford City were narrowly edged out of the FA Cup by Barnet at a packed Melbourne Community Stadium last night, as a late winner saw the National League side go through to the Second Round in what proved to be a thrilling contest.

Barnet – managed by Dean Brennan, who had a brief spell in charge of Billericay Town four seasons ago – included goalkeeper Laurie Walker in their line-up, who had a spell between the sticks for the Clarets on loan from MK Dons a few years back.

Their National League South hosts, who had drawn 1-1 in the first match at the Hive 9 days previously thanks to an injury time equaliser from midfielder Charlie Ruff, had the first chance of the match in the third minute when Simeon Jackson whipped in a cross from the right which was glanced wide to Walker’s right by Tom Blackwell.

With nearly 10 minutes on the clock there was a good opportunity at the other end, Barnet’s Idris Kanu made a mazy run into the penalty box and set up Kian Flanagan, who had a shot on target but it was cleared off the line by Eduino Vaz.

And the visitors went close again a couple of minutes later, when Dale Gorman had a long-range effort that went just wide to the left.

City staged a number of attacks going towards the half-hour mark, with Simeon Jackson, Harry Lodovica and Cameron James all having good chances to put their side in the lead, but Walker was alert to the danger and made some fine saves.

Flanagan had his second chance to score for the Bees on 36 minutes, but his shot sailed across the goal and wide to the right of Chelmsford goalkeeper Ovie Ejeheri.

With just over five minutes of the first half remaining Barnet had another decent chance, Nicke Kabamba having his effort blocked by Ejeheri.

Barnet had the first opportunities to open the scoring early in the second half, with Ryan DeHavilland having a couple of decent opportunities before Blackwell had the first good Chelmsford chance of the second period, having a shot blocked on the left-hand edge of the box just after the hour mark.

Then Barnet were reduced to ten men in the 65th minute, substitute Sam Woods – who had only been on the field for 20 minutes – receiving a straight red card from referee Adrian Quelch after his crude late challenge on Louis Dunne left the Clarets midfielder writhing in agony on the floor.

Once play had resumed, the visitors had a couple of good efforts parried away by Ejeheri who continued to put in a fine display in the City goal.

Dunne was clearly struggling and was replaced by Henry Ochieng in the 72nd minute, but moments later Idris Kanu broke the deadlock when he nodded the ball home from close range to put Barnet 1-0 in front.

With 9 minutes remaining Jackson delivered a decent cross from the right as the Clarets attempted an equaliser, but it was put wide by Blackwell and the home side were increasingly feeling the pace against their full-time opponents.

But they weren’t yet done, Liam Trotter’s glancing header going agonisingly wide and a shot from Ochieng doing the same as the minutes ticked away.

But Chelmsford couldn’t find a way through, and Barnet held on against their spirited hosts to win the prize of a trip to EFL League One outfit Accrington Stanley at the next stage.

Chelmsford City (Manager: Robbie Simpson): Ovie Ehejeri, Cameron James, Jazzi Barnum-Bobb (Jamie Yila 79), Liam Trotter, Dave Winfield ©, Louis Dunne (Henry Ochieng 72) , Harry Lodovica, Simeon Jackson, Tom Blackwell, Charlie Ruff, Eduino Vaz.

Barnet (Manager: Dean Brennan): Laurie Walker, Daniel Collinge, Jerome Okino, Dale Gorman © (Marvin Armstrong 87), Nicke Kabamba (Moussa Diarra 90), Idris Kanu, Harry Pritchard, Kian Flanagan (Sam Woods 45), Ben Wynter, Sam Beard, Ryan DeHavilland.

Attendance: 3015

 

BEES’ LATE STING SENDS CLARETS OUT OF THE CUP

FA Cup First Round Replay

CHELMSFORD CITY 0 BARNET 1

JOHN CHUBB at The Melbourne Community Stadium

@JohnCphoenixfm

Chelmsford City were narrowly edged out of the FA Cup by Barnet at a packed Melbourne Community Stadium last night, as a late winner saw the National League side go through to the Second Round in what proved to be a thrilling contest.

Barnet – managed by Dean Brennan, who had a brief spell in charge of Billericay Town four seasons ago – included goalkeeper Laurie Walker in their line-up, who had a spell between the sticks for the Clarets on loan from MK Dons a few years back.

Their National League South hosts, who had drawn 1-1 in the first match at the Hive 9 days previously thanks to an injury time equaliser from midfielder Charlie Ruff, had the first chance of the match in the third minute when Simeon Jackson whipped in a cross from the right which was glanced wide to Walker’s right by Tom Blackwell.

With nearly 10 minutes on the clock there was a good opportunity at the other end, Barnet’s Idris Kanu made a mazy run into the penalty box and set up Kian Flanagan, who had a shot on target but it was cleared off the line by Eduino Vaz.

And the visitors went close again a couple of minutes later, when Dale Gorman had a long-range effort that went just wide to the left.

City staged a number of attacks going towards the half-hour mark, with Simeon Jackson, Harry Lodovica and Cameron James all having good chances to put their side in the lead, but Walker was alert to the danger and made some fine saves.

Flanagan had his second chance to score for the Bees on 36 minutes, but his shot sailed across the goal and wide to the right of Chelmsford goalkeeper Ovie Ejeheri.

With just over five minutes of the first half remaining Barnet had another decent chance, Nicke Kabamba having his effort blocked by Ejeheri.

Barnet had the first opportunities to open the scoring early in the second half, with Ryan DeHavilland having a couple of decent opportunities before Blackwell had the first good Chelmsford chance of the second period, having a shot blocked on the left-hand edge of the box just after the hour mark.

Then Barnet were reduced to ten men in the 65th minute, substitute Sam Woods – who had only been on the field for 20 minutes – receiving a straight red card from referee Adrian Quelch after his crude late challenge on Louis Dunne left the Clarets midfielder writhing in agony on the floor.

Once play had resumed, the visitors had a couple of good efforts parried away by Ejeheri who continued to put in a fine display in the City goal.

Dunne was clearly struggling and was replaced by Henry Ochieng in the 72nd minute, but moments later Idris Kanu broke the deadlock when he nodded the ball home from close range to put Barnet 1-0 in front.

With 9 minutes remaining Jackson delivered a decent cross from the right as the Clarets attempted an equaliser, but it was put wide by Blackwell and the home side were increasingly feeling the pace against their full-time opponents.

But they weren’t yet done, Liam Trotter’s glancing header going agonisingly wide and a shot from Ochieng doing the same as the minutes ticked away.

But Chelmsford couldn’t find a way through, and Barnet held on against their spirited hosts to win the prize of a trip to EFL League One outfit Accrington Stanley at the next stage.

Chelmsford City (Manager: Robbie Simpson): Ovie Ehejeri, Cameron James, Jazzi Barnum-Bobb (Jamie Yila 79), Liam Trotter, Dave Winfield ©, Louis Dunne (Henry Ochieng 72) , Harry Lodovica, Simeon Jackson, Tom Blackwell, Charlie Ruff, Eduino Vaz.

Barnet (Manager: Dean Brennan): Laurie Walker, Daniel Collinge, Jerome Okino, Dale Gorman © (Marvin Armstrong 87), Nicke Kabamba (Moussa Diarra 90), Idris Kanu, Harry Pritchard, Kian Flanagan (Sam Woods 45), Ben Wynter, Sam Beard, Ryan DeHavilland.

Attendance: 3015

 

BEES’ LATE STING SENDS CLARETS OUT OF THE CUP

FA Cup First Round Replay

CHELMSFORD CITY 0 BARNET 1

JOHN CHUBB at The Melbourne Community Stadium

@JohnCphoenixfm

Chelmsford City were narrowly edged out of the FA Cup by Barnet at a packed Melbourne Community Stadium last night, as a late winner saw the National League side go through to the Second Round in what proved to be a thrilling contest.

Barnet – managed by Dean Brennan, who had a brief spell in charge of Billericay Town four seasons ago – included goalkeeper Laurie Walker in their line-up, who had a spell between the sticks for the Clarets on loan from MK Dons a few years back.

Their National League South hosts, who had drawn 1-1 in the first match at the Hive 9 days previously thanks to an injury time equaliser from midfielder Charlie Ruff, had the first chance of the match in the third minute when Simeon Jackson whipped in a cross from the right which was glanced wide to Walker’s right by Tom Blackwell.

With nearly 10 minutes on the clock there was a good opportunity at the other end, Barnet’s Idris Kanu made a mazy run into the penalty box and set up Kian Flanagan, who had a shot on target but it was cleared off the line by Eduino Vaz.

And the visitors went close again a couple of minutes later, when Dale Gorman had a long-range effort that went just wide to the left.

City staged a number of attacks going towards the half-hour mark, with Simeon Jackson, Harry Lodovica and Cameron James all having good chances to put their side in the lead, but Walker was alert to the danger and made some fine saves.

Flanagan had his second chance to score for the Bees on 36 minutes, but his shot sailed across the goal and wide to the right of Chelmsford goalkeeper Ovie Ejeheri.

With just over five minutes of the first half remaining Barnet had another decent chance, Nicke Kabamba having his effort blocked by Ejeheri.

Barnet had the first opportunities to open the scoring early in the second half, with Ryan DeHavilland having a couple of decent opportunities before Blackwell had the first good Chelmsford chance of the second period, having a shot blocked on the left-hand edge of the box just after the hour mark.

Then Barnet were reduced to ten men in the 65th minute, substitute Sam Woods – who had only been on the field for 20 minutes – receiving a straight red card from referee Adrian Quelch after his crude late challenge on Louis Dunne left the Clarets midfielder writhing in agony on the floor.

Once play had resumed, the visitors had a couple of good efforts parried away by Ejeheri who continued to put in a fine display in the City goal.

Dunne was clearly struggling and was replaced by Henry Ochieng in the 72nd minute, but moments later Idris Kanu broke the deadlock when he nodded the ball home from close range to put Barnet 1-0 in front.

With 9 minutes remaining Jackson delivered a decent cross from the right as the Clarets attempted an equaliser, but it was put wide by Blackwell and the home side were increasingly feeling the pace against their full-time opponents.

But they weren’t yet done, Liam Trotter’s glancing header going agonisingly wide and a shot from Ochieng doing the same as the minutes ticked away.

But Chelmsford couldn’t find a way through, and Barnet held on against their spirited hosts to win the prize of a trip to EFL League One outfit Accrington Stanley at the next stage.

Chelmsford City (Manager: Robbie Simpson): Ovie Ehejeri, Cameron James, Jazzi Barnum-Bobb (Jamie Yila 79), Liam Trotter, Dave Winfield ©, Louis Dunne (Henry Ochieng 72) , Harry Lodovica, Simeon Jackson, Tom Blackwell, Charlie Ruff, Eduino Vaz.

Barnet (Manager: Dean Brennan): Laurie Walker, Daniel Collinge, Jerome Okino, Dale Gorman © (Marvin Armstrong 87), Nicke Kabamba (Moussa Diarra 90), Idris Kanu, Harry Pritchard, Kian Flanagan (Sam Woods 45), Ben Wynter, Sam Beard, Ryan DeHavilland.

Attendance: 3015

 

BEES’ LATE STING SENDS CLARETS OUT OF THE CUP

FA Cup First Round Replay

CHELMSFORD CITY 0 BARNET 1

JOHN CHUBB at The Melbourne Community Stadium

@JohnCphoenixfm

Chelmsford City were narrowly edged out of the FA Cup by Barnet at a packed Melbourne Community Stadium last night, as a late winner saw the National League side go through to the Second Round in what proved to be a thrilling contest.

Barnet – managed by Dean Brennan, who had a brief spell in charge of Billericay Town four seasons ago – included goalkeeper Laurie Walker in their line-up, who had a spell between the sticks for the Clarets on loan from MK Dons a few years back.

Their National League South hosts, who had drawn 1-1 in the first match at the Hive 9 days previously thanks to an injury time equaliser from midfielder Charlie Ruff, had the first chance of the match in the third minute when Simeon Jackson whipped in a cross from the right which was glanced wide to Walker’s right by Tom Blackwell.

With nearly 10 minutes on the clock there was a good opportunity at the other end, Barnet’s Idris Kanu made a mazy run into the penalty box and set up Kian Flanagan, who had a shot on target but it was cleared off the line by Eduino Vaz.

And the visitors went close again a couple of minutes later, when Dale Gorman had a long-range effort that went just wide to the left.

City staged a number of attacks going towards the half-hour mark, with Simeon Jackson, Harry Lodovica and Cameron James all having good chances to put their side in the lead, but Walker was alert to the danger and made some fine saves.

Flanagan had his second chance to score for the Bees on 36 minutes, but his shot sailed across the goal and wide to the right of Chelmsford goalkeeper Ovie Ejeheri.

With just over five minutes of the first half remaining Barnet had another decent chance, Nicke Kabamba having his effort blocked by Ejeheri.

Barnet had the first opportunities to open the scoring early in the second half, with Ryan DeHavilland having a couple of decent opportunities before Blackwell had the first good Chelmsford chance of the second period, having a shot blocked on the left-hand edge of the box just after the hour mark.

Then Barnet were reduced to ten men in the 65th minute, substitute Sam Woods – who had only been on the field for 20 minutes – receiving a straight red card from referee Adrian Quelch after his crude late challenge on Louis Dunne left the Clarets midfielder writhing in agony on the floor.

Once play had resumed, the visitors had a couple of good efforts parried away by Ejeheri who continued to put in a fine display in the City goal.

Dunne was clearly struggling and was replaced by Henry Ochieng in the 72nd minute, but moments later Idris Kanu broke the deadlock when he nodded the ball home from close range to put Barnet 1-0 in front.

With 9 minutes remaining Jackson delivered a decent cross from the right as the Clarets attempted an equaliser, but it was put wide by Blackwell and the home side were increasingly feeling the pace against their full-time opponents.

But they weren’t yet done, Liam Trotter’s glancing header going agonisingly wide and a shot from Ochieng doing the same as the minutes ticked away.

But Chelmsford couldn’t find a way through, and Barnet held on against their spirited hosts to win the prize of a trip to EFL League One outfit Accrington Stanley at the next stage.

Chelmsford City (Manager: Robbie Simpson): Ovie Ehejeri, Cameron James, Jazzi Barnum-Bobb (Jamie Yila 79), Liam Trotter, Dave Winfield ©, Louis Dunne (Henry Ochieng 72) , Harry Lodovica, Simeon Jackson, Tom Blackwell, Charlie Ruff, Eduino Vaz.

Barnet (Manager: Dean Brennan): Laurie Walker, Daniel Collinge, Jerome Okino, Dale Gorman © (Marvin Armstrong 87), Nicke Kabamba (Moussa Diarra 90), Idris Kanu, Harry Pritchard, Kian Flanagan (Sam Woods 45), Ben Wynter, Sam Beard, Ryan DeHavilland.

Attendance: 3015

 

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