Cully’s promising start to the season suffered another set back on Saturday when they were beaten by high flying Tavistock. Although “The Lambs” are one of the favourites to lift the title this season there was not that much between the two teams in a match which was not pleasant on the eye with chnsces few and far between.
Rangers went behind after 20 minutes when a long through ball found Liam Prynn in the clear and he rounded Adam Seedhouse-Evans to slot into an empty net. A poor goal from a Cully point of view. Jordan harris almost snatched an equaliser on the stroke of half time when he spotted the Tavvy keeper off his line and from the centre circle his shot caught the top of the net with Neal Osborn struggling to get back.
The second half was a dour affair with chances few and far between and it was no surprise that it took a fluke deflection from a long range effort from Dave Hallett to wrong foot Adam and enable the visitors to double their lead. There was still some drama left as skipper Lloyd Beech was adjudged to have fouled Prynn although the decision for the foul could easily have gone the other way. Bayley Williams took the spot kick but Adam was eqaul to it, diving to his right to save.
It will be a concern to Rangers that they failed to create so few clear cut chances which we have managed to do in our previous games.
Next week we are in FA Vase action when we entertain Ivybridge.
Team: Seedhouse-Evans, Letori, Beech, Hill, Reed, Langabeer, Riggs (Down 70mins), Baily (Aplin 73mins), Harris, Parsons B, Greening. Attendance 73.