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16.10.2012 at 19:45 Park Drive Attendance: 75
Maldon & Tiptree
0 - 3
Bury Town
Referee: Nigel Bond Velocity Sports Trophy / Round 2-match

Goalscorers
None Michael Toner (78) (o.g.)
Jordan Patrick (45)
Craig Parker (90)
Opening squads
Joe Wright
Billy Sendall
Frank Everett
Ollie Berquez
Vinnie Durrant
Michael Toner
Joe Gardner
Lewis Dark
Jamie Guy
Chris Bryan
James Robinson
Marcus Garnham
Russell Short
John Kennedy
Sam Nunn
Daniel Hitching
Mark Coulson
Jordan Patrick
Craig Parker
Liam Wales
Allicion Blake
Sam Reed
Substitutes
Dave Wareham
John Glowacki
Jack Cawley
Michael Das
Jack Gardner
Tom Bullard
Evan Key
Adam Burroughs
Substitutions
Das for Robinson (63)
Glowacki for Gardner (71)
Adam Burroughs -> Liam Wales (85)
Evan Key -> Sam Reed (87)
Yellow cards
Billy Sendall (48)
Michael Toner (64)
Russell Short (14)
John Kennedy (31)
Red cards
None None.
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After a shaky start Bury Town won through to the next round of the Ryman League Cup with a comfortable victory at Ryman Division One North side Maldon & Tiptree. This was the first meeting with the home side since their merger with Tiptree United three years ago.
Bury named a changed side from Saturday's league match with John Sands, Connor Hall, Tom Bullard, Luke Ingram and Lee Reed all making way for others.
In a lively opening Maldon & Tiptree looked the brighter and came closest to scoring when Chris Bryan hit the underside of the bar.
They came close again soon after when Jamie Guy fired just wide with a free kick from just outside the box.
Bury then settled and possession was equally shared with few chances at either end.
Defences continued to dominate and neither keeper was seriously tested although Bury had the bulk of the play in the latter stages of the half.
The deadlock was finally broken in the final minute of the half when Jordan Patrick gave Bury the lead with a low drive from the edge of the box.
 
Half Time  Maldon & Tiptree  0  Bury Town 1
 
Bury dominated the early stages of the second half with only some resolute defending keeping them out. Several chances were created but they were unable to make them count.
They finally doubled their advantage after 78 minutes when a low cross from Patrick was diverted into his own net by Michael Toner, with the goalkeeper stranded and unable to prevent the goal.
Bury continued to push forward and little was seen of the Maldon attack apart from one effort by Guy that was well blocked by Marcus Garnham.
The tie was made safe in the 89th minute with a stunning strike from Craig Parker which flew into the roof of the net from the edge of the box and Bury cemented their win, to keep their grip on the Cup that they won last May, for the time being.
 
Full Time: Maldon & Tiptree  0   Bury Town  3
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