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19.04.2014 at 15:00 The Dripping Pan Attendance: 510
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Bury Town
Referee: Aji Ajibola Ryman League Premier Division-match

Joel Legister (16) Liam Wales (41)
Tevan Allen (55)
Anthony Roulston (74)
Ross Bailey (79)
Opening squads
Rikki Banks
Sam Crabb
Steve Brinkhurst
Jay Lovett
Alex Malins
Steve James
Nicky Wheeler
Jack Dixon
Luke Blewden
Joel Ledgister
Rhys Murrell-Williamson
Marcus Garnham
Miles Smith
Tom Bullard
Joe Whight
Seb Dunbar
Callum Bennett
Daniel Cunningham
John Kennedy
Ross Bailey
Liam Wales
Anthony Roulston
Nathan Crabb
Fraser Logan
George Branford
Josh Marshall
Sam Gore
Tevan Allen
Tanner Call
Joe White
Crabb on for Williamson (68)
Branford on for James (68)
Gore on for Crabb (84)
Tevan Allen -> Daniel Cunningham (17)
Joe White -> John Kennedy (83)
Tanner Call -> Ross Bailey (86)
Yellow cards
None Joe Whight (62)
Red cards
Jack Dixon (61) None.
Match report
The Blues late season revival continued at the Dripping Pan in Lewes when they came from behind to register their biggest away league victory of the season and their third in succession.
The early possession was evenly shared, but Bury created the better chances with Tom Bullard just failing to convert Danny Cunninghams free kick, Cunningham having a good effort saved and Seb Dunbar firing wide from a good position.
It was the hosts who struck first however when, after 16 minutes a fine cross by Nicky Wheeler was headed home by Joel Ledgister to give the home side the lead.
Bury returned to the attack and Ricki Banks saved well from Tevan Allen who had come on for the injured Cunningham in the 20th minute.
Bury were awarded a penalty on the half hour when Liam Wales was adjudged to have been fouled on the edge of the box with a high foot, but the spot kick from Joe Whight was well saved by Banks.
With four minutes of the half remaining Bury deservedly equalised when Wales cut in from the left and rode two tackles before slotting past the advancing Banks.

Half Time: Lewes 1 Bury Town 1

The second half was mainly dominated by Bury, especially after Jack Dixon, the home captain, had been sent off on the hour for stamping on Callum Bennett after a tackle.
That was five minutes after Bury had taken the lead through Tevan Allen who found space down the right and ran on to crash an unstoppable shot into the roof of the net from the edge of the box.
Bury proceeded to take complete control and went further ahead on 73 minutes when Anthony Roulston fired home from close range after a defensive blunder had set him free in the box.
Four minutes later Ross Bailey scored Burys fourth after good work by Roulston, to round off a fine performance by the Blues young side.

Full Time: Lewes 1 Bury Town 4
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