Comfortable win for Bury Town sees them hit another 5 goals.
Bury settled in to the half and were soon on the attack, Blues got their reward for the early pressure, taking the lead through Ollie Canfer on 13 minutes who headed home from a Bradley Barber corner. Joe Scott had an opportunity to equalize for Romford on 20 minutes but he pulled his shot just wide. Canfer was on hand again for Bury on 38 minutes. Sam Reed showing some great strength winning the ball on the wing and moving in on goal then putting a pinpoint pass through to Canfer who fired home from a wide angle, his low shot beating the Romford keeper Michael Gooch.
Half Time: Bury Town 2 Romford 0
It was more of the same after the break with Bury dominating the game. On 52 minutes Remi Garrett looped a header over the advancing Gooch to score Burys third. Chinedu McKenzie pulled a goal back for the visitors on 59 minutes. McKenzie getting down the wing and turning inside, getting in to the box and slotting a low shot past Neil Oâ€™Sullivan and in to the bottom corner. Bury were rampant and continued the waves of attacks. On 67 minutes Sam Reed broke through the defence and running at goal went around the keeper to net Burys fourth. Bradley Barber completed the scoring on 93 minutes when a mix up at the back found the keeper out of position and Barber scored in to the empty net. Bury Town took a comfortable win in what was the best all round team performance of the season so far.
Full Time: Bury Town 5 Romford 1