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09.09.2017 at 15:00 Ram Meadow Attendance: 260
Bury Town
6 - 1
Tilbury
Referee: Oliver Morris-Sanders Bostik North Division-match

Goalscorers
Darren Mills (19)
Leon Ottley-Gooch (21)
Ollie Hughes (27)
Cemal Ramadan (45)
Cemal Ramadan (48)
Cemal Ramadan (73)
Tobias Aromolaran (41)
Opening squads
Luis Tibbles
Joe White
Kyran Clements
Darcy Death
Ollie Fenn
Leon Ottley-Gooch
Noel Aitkens
Bradley Barber
Darren Mills
Cemal Ramadan
Ollie Hughes
Clarke Bogard
George Pullen
Abdus-Salam Salami
Emiel Aiken
Joe Turpin
Bryan Kyungu
Danny Norton
Jack Carlile
Adam Vyse
Luke Hornsley
Kurt Smith
Substitutes
James Bradbrook
David Cooper
Ryan Jolland
Joe Yaxley
Liam Wales
Kyan Gulliver
Teriochan Singh
Micheal Salako
Tony Martin
Tobias Aromolaran
Substitutions
Ryan Jolland -> Noel Aitkens (75)
Liam Wales -> Ollie Hughes (75)
Joe Yaxley -> Bradley Barber (83)
Gulliver on for Smith (8)
Aromolaran on for Norton (24)
Martin on for Hornsley (58)
Yellow cards
Darren Mills (10)
Noel Aitkens (67)
Joe Turpin (6)
Red cards
None. Clarke Bogard (69)
Match report | Preview
Its Six of the best for the second time this season for dazzling Bury Town

Bury Town demolished Tilbury in a game the Blues dominated for large periods. Bury were awarded a penalty as early as the 6th minutes after Ollie Hughes was bundled over in the box. Leon Ottley-Gooch stepped up but put his spot kick a foot over the bar. Noel Aitken who was instrumental all afternoon went down the wing and put a great cross in for Cemal Ramadan but Tilbury defender Abdus-Salam Salami quickly cleared the danger. Aitken broke in to the box on 18 minutes but again was denied by the defence. Bury went in front on 19 minutes, after some slick build up play from the Blues Darren Mills saw a chance and put a curling strike around the defence and the keeper. Two minutes later Bury were two up with Ottley-Gooch getting Bury’s second with a thumping shot through a crowned box. Bury were rampant and on 27 minutes another quality attack found Ollie Hughes at the far post to put his effort past the busy keeper with ease. Clarke Bogard would be needed again on 39 minutes, Darcy Death with a long throw and Ottley-Gooch powering in a header and Bogard made a superb save. A deflected shot from Tobias Aromolaran gave the visitors hope on 41 minutes but before Tilbury had chance to push on Camel Ramadan hit a world class strike from distance which flew in to the top corner to give Bury back their 3-goal cushion at the break.

Half Time: Bury Town 4 Tilbury 1

It was more of the same second half and Bury wasted no time in going 5 up on 48 minutes with another pin point cross from Ollie Hughes and a beautiful strike from Ramadan. Noel Aitkens showed great skill going around two defenders and on in to the box on 51 minutes then putting a cross in for Ramadan but it was just too strong for any contact. A moment of pure stupidity from Tilbury keeper Clarke Bogard saw him receive a straight red for an obvious stamp on Ollie Hughes right in front of the Ref. with all of the Tilbury substitutes used Joe Turpin had to step up and take on the no1 shirt. From the resulting penalty Cemal Ramadan stepped up for the spot kick but was denied his hat trick as he pulled his shot wide. Ramadan did get to complete his trio on 73 minutes with yet another great charge from Hughes and another good ball in for Ramadan to curl his strike in to the top of the net. on 80 minutes Bury substitute Ryan Jolland set up Liam Wales who had joined him off the bench but the cross went between the post and the head of Wales. A rapid attack from Bury on 85 minutes saw Darren Mill hit the back of the net again only to be ruled offside. makeshift keeper Joe Turpin pulled of the save a stunning save on 94 minutes after Joe White stormed forward and crossed in to the box and was heading in but Turpin made the punch away. Two missed penalties did not spoil what was a dazzling display from the Blues to give Bury a commanding 6-1 victory.

Full Time: Bury Town 6 Tilbury 1