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15.01.2013 at 19:45 Park Lane Attendance: 201
Canvey Island
0 - 1
Bury Town
Referee: Stuart Franklin Ryman League Premier Division-match

None John Sands (24)
Opening squads
Ashlee Jones
Ashley Miller
Ashley Dumas
Rob King
Rickie Hayles
Richard Orlu
Harrison Chatting
James Hawes
Bradley Woods-Garness
Jay Curran
Nicolas Bondon
Marcus Garnham
John Kennedy
Adam Tann
Sam Nunn
Tom Bullard
Mark Coulson
Evan Key
Richard Logan
John Sands
Allicion Blake
Sam Reed
Robbie Blackwell
Danny Heale
Mitchell Gilbey
Craig Davidson
Tom Glanville
Luke Ingram
Jordan Patrick
Liam Wales
Danny Heale -> Harrison Chatting (75)
Mitchell Gilbey -> James Hawes (83)
Jordan Patrick -> Allicion Blake (77)
Luke Ingram -> John Sands (86)
Yellow cards
None None.
Red cards
None None.
Match report
Bury Town put in a gritty and determined performance to hold on to a single goal advantage gained in the middle of the first half and record a vital win at Canvey Island's Park Lane ground. Blues were without Russell Short through illness, forcing Richard Wilkins to shuffle his side around. Bury assistant manager Ben Chenery and midfielder John Kennedy were both making their return to their former club, where they both lifted the FA Trophy at Villa Park in 2001.
Canvey started well and had more of the ball, but Bury looked dangerous on the counter with debut making Richard Logan prominent after his move from Dorchester Town.
John Sands missed a good opportunity for Bury and at the other end Bradley W0oods-Garness fired wide from a good position as both sides looked for the opening strike on a bitterly cold evening in south Essex.
Bury took the lead on 24 minutes with a fine header by Sands following a neat build up down the left flank as Logan crossed from left to right and Sam Reed wiped in a pinpoint cross.
The hosts responded well, but despite exerting pressure on the visitors defence there was little penetration and Marcus Garnham was rarely troubled during the remainder of the half.
Half Time: Canvey Island 0 Bury Town 1
The second period started with Canvey still on the offensive and little was seen of the Bury attack in the opening stages as the hosts tried to find a way back into the game. Woods-Garness hit the bar with a header which beat Garnham as Canvey continued to push forward.
Bury were reduced to very sporadic attacks when they were able to break out of defence, but the centre back pairing of captain Tom Bullard and Adam Tann looked very solid despite the Gulls pressure.
Canvey forced numerous corners and free kicks around the box but they were unable to break down a resolute Bury defence and it was not until the final minute that Garnham was forced into turning a close range effort onto the bar to give his side a hard earned win as they bounced back from Saturday's home defeat. The Blues also continued their excellent record against the Gulls, recording their 9th win from 11 overall matches in the Ryman League.
Full Time: Canvey Islland 0 Bury Town 1