Rangers will still be licking their wounds after a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Camelford. Having dominated for 80% of the game the home team team somehow fought back from a goal down to win 2-1. They owe a huge debt to their keeper Luke Gwilliam who pulled off a string of supreb saves and, led by the Hambly brothers, the defence defended as if their lives depended on it.
The first half was goalless with Cully well on top but created few clear cut chances. The second half was a different story with Brandon Parsons causing problems and it was from one of his mazy dribbles that he was able to set up Jordan Harris for the opener just after the restart. Jordan could easily have had a hat trick, firstly a twenty yard drive was tipped on to the post by Gwilliam who then pulled off a great save to keep out a free kick. But on the hour Rangers were causght static in their own box following a rae corner and Adam Sleep pounced to level the scores. With ten minutes left the unbelievable happened when as long clearance out of defence found Sleep in the clear who was brought down in the box by Seedhouse-Evans and Ryan Pooley stepped up to despatch the spot kick.
The last ten minutes was just a siege on the Camelford goal but Gwilliam was equal to everything we could throw at him. In Liam’s words “we will play an awful lot worse than that and win.”
Team: Seedhouse-Evans, Orchard(Letori 70 mins), Beech, Hill, Reed, Langabeer, Riggs, Greening(Thomas 70 mins), Aplin(Baily 80 mins), Harris, B. Parsons.