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Eastleigh 1-2 Salisbury City

Saturday 3rd August 2013


Updates by Jamie Montigue

  1. 89. Good run and cross from Green, glancing header by McAllister saved by Puddy.
  2. Southam played a one-two with Reason but the skipper saw his effort well blocked at the edge of the area.
  3. 85. Excellent solo run and effort from Elliot Frear who ran a distance with the ball before curling a shot against the cross bar.
  4. 80. Eastleigh sub: Ryan Fuller on for Chris Dillon
  5. 77. Ben Wright free kick from the right provided a comfortable save for Flitney.
  6. 75 minutes played, Salisbury are still leading 2-1
  7. 64. Good cross from Ben Wright, safe hands from Flitney.
  8. 60. Fitchett run into the area from the left, Frear shot takes a deflection - corner.
  9. 58. Eastleigh subs: Craig McAllister and Damian Scannell on for Ben Strevens and Yemi Odubade. Salisbury also make changes at this point.
  10. 56. Goal for as ROBBIE SINCLAIR plays a neat one-two with Theo Lewis and finds the corner of goal with a good finish. 1-2
  11. 55. Great header across goal by Strevens from a Southam free kick. Chris Todd couldn't quite get on the end of it in the middle.
  12. 53. Robbie Sinclair has a sight at goal but can't keep his shot down.
  13. The second half has begun, it is 1-1 here at the Silverlake Stadium.
  14. Ben Wright's opening goal for Salisbury was cancelled out by a equaliser which saw an excellent assist from Odubade.
  15. 40. Stuart Fleetwood took the set piece but lifted the ball high and wide of the mark.
  16. Free kick on the edge of the area for Eastleigh
  17. 36. EQUALISER! applies the finishing touch after a great assist from Yemi Odubade who beat his man for pace and crossed. 1-1
  18. 23. Good cross by Green, ball eventually found its way to Chris Dillon who waltzed his way into penalty area and forced a save.
  19. Dovey dropped ball allowing Feeney an opportunity on goal but he couldn't hit the target.
  20. 20. Good effort from Ben Wright who strikes it well towards goal only for Dovey to save low diving to his right.
  21. 18. Eastleigh sub: Stuart Fleetwood on for the injured Will Evans.
  22. Will Evans receives treatment for an injury.
  23. 13. Goal for Salisbury as BEN WRIGHT charges down a kick by Dovey and the ball rebounds towards goal and into the net. 0-1
  24. 9. Chris Dillon takes a shot to the face as he stopped a Theo Lewis strike. Soon after Ryan Brett blazed narrowly over for the visitors.
  25. 7. Left foot effort from Collins blocked by Dutton.
  26. 4. Free kick from Beckwith punched away by Puddy.
  27. The match is under way

  28. Good luck to the boys today! Good seeing the youngsters on the bench
  29. sub's: Frear, McPhee, Fitchett, Muscat, Thomson, Kamdjo, Salmon.
  30. Puddy, Ruddick, Brett, Dutton (c), Clarke, Wilson, S. Sinclair, Lewis, Weight, Feeney, R. Sinclair.
  31. Eastleigh subs: McAllister, Flitney, Fleetwood, Scannell, Fuller, Doyle.
  32. Eastleigh: Dovey, Dillon, Green, Collins, Beckwith, Todd, Evans, Southam (c), Strevens, Reason, Odubade.
  33. Congratulations to the team who beat the Salisbury City fans in a supporters match before this afternoon's game.

  34. The sun is shining as and renew their rivalry today in a pre-season friendly. Kick off 3pm
  35. Here at the Silverlake Stadium for the friendly between Eastleigh and


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