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21.11.2015 at 15:00 Capershotts Attendance: 93
Waltham Abbey
0 - 1
Bury Town
Referee: N Morrison Ryman Division 1 North-match

None Cemal Ramadan (45)
Opening squads
Anthony Page
Matt Attard
Macauley Joynes
Yala Ruddock
Elliott Johnson
Daniel Rimmell
Michael Pindy
Ryan Flack
Christian Assombalonga
Ryan Blackman
Darrell Russell
Neil O`Sullivan
Phil Weavers
Darcy Death
Ryan Yallop
James Paterson
Ollie Canfer
Matt Collins
Daniel Hammett
Justin Miller
Craig Nurse
Ollie Hughes
Sam Robbins
Emmanuel Olukayode
Jack Daveney
Theo Jones
Tom Wood
Joe White
Alex Steed
Cemal Ramadan
Alfie Bedingham
Robbins on for Johnson (27)
Wood on for Pindy (65)
Daveney on for Ruddock (72)
Cemal Ramadan -> Daniel Hammett (27)
Alex Steed -> Ollie Hughes (87)
Yellow cards
Macauley Joynes (92) None.
Red cards
None None.
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Debut goal from Ramadan enough for Blues to take the points

On a bitingly chilly afternoon and on a heavy pitch, one goal was enough to decide this game. Bury started brightly, Matt Collins firing a foot over the bar just 6 minutes in. On 13 minutes after a good build up from Ollie Hughes, Collins again went close when his shot hit the post and trickled along the goal line before being cleared off the line. Waltham Abbey had a good chance on 18 minutes after a long ball found Michael Pindy onside and heading for goal only to miss control it at the last minutes and was an easy collect for Bury keeper Neil O’Sullivan. Bury continued to press forward and on 45 minutes won a corner which was put in the box by James Paterson for Cemal Ramadan to score on his debut with a clever flick past the keeper.

Half Time: Waltham Abbey 0 Bury Town 1

Second half Waltham Abbey went up the gears and with their quick passing pushed Bury back into their own half for the majority on the second 45 minutes. The Bury defence was tested throughout the half but stayed solid as Bury captain Phil Weaver kept his defence tight. Bury had two good chances in the half to extend their lead. First, on 66 minutes Ramadan’s pinpoint through pass to Hughes in the box saw the Bury forward smash his shot straight at the keeper. Then came Bury`s best move of the game, the slick move saw Justin Miller pick up the ball in midfield and chipped the ball over the defence to Ramadan who chipped the keeper but his effort went agonising close but wide of the far post. Bury held on to take the three points but Waltham Abbey will feel they could have got something from this game as they had plenty of possesion in the second half, without seriously testing O`Sullivan in the away goal.

Full Time: Waltham Abbey 0 Bury Town 1
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