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03.03.2018 at 15:00 Parkside Aveley Attendance: 251
Grays Athletic
3 - 1
Bury Town
Referee: Karl Sear Bostik North Division-match

Goalscorers
Kieron Bishop (9,19)
Joao Carlos (11)
Cemal Ramadan (57)
Opening squads
Lamar Johnson
Ryan Mahal
James Folkes
Michael Finneran
Stanley Muguo,
Richard Halle
Dennis Oli
Adeyinka Cole
Kieran Bishop
Joao Carlos
Tommy Wade
Luis Tibbles
Joe White
Kyran Clements
Tevan Allen
Ollie Fenn
Ryan Jolland
Armani Schaar
Noel Aitkens
Cemal Ramadan
Ollie Hughes
Oliver Dunlop
Substitutes
Glenn Poole
Joseph Bruce
Joe Simmonds
Callum Thompson
Furo Gogo-Ibiama
Ben Mayhew
David Cooper
John Kennedy
Tommy Robinson
Bradley Barber
Substitutions
Poole on for Oli (66)
Gogo-Ibiama On for Cole (73)
Adebiyi on for Carlos (87)
Tommy Robinson -> Armani Schaar (61)
Yellow cards
Adeyinka Cole (54) Ryan Jolland (54)
Red cards
None None.
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Bury Town suffer another heavy defeat

It’s not working at present for Bury Town as they struggled all game against a good-looking Grays Athletic. From the start Grays stamped their authority on this game. On 2 minutes a rapid break from Grays found Kieron Bishop in inch offside and would have been clean though on goal. Ollie Hughes got Bury started on 8 minutes, powering in to the box but his shot was blocked well by the defence. A minutes later a long low strike from Noel Aitken from distance went a foot wide from a Bury opening goal. A quick break forward from Bury on 9 minutes saw Aitkens go close again but from the resulting goal kick Grays broke like lightning upfield and Bishop hit a sweet strike to give the home side the lead. Two minutes later an outstanding strike from Joao Carlos flew past Bury Keeper Luis Tibbles and cracked on the underside of the bar as it hit the back of the net. Bury could not find an answer before Bishop grabbed his second goal with a cool strike from close range. With just 19 minutes on the clock the game was over as a contest. On 23 minutes Bury broke down the wing with Tevan Allen and a good cross to Cemal Ramadan who hit a shot which was saved on the line by Lamar Johnson. Bury kept trying to make something happen but failed to test the keeper for the remainder of the half.

Half Time: Grays Athletic 3 Bury Town 0

A better half from Bury but the mountain to climb proved to high. On 57 minutes Cemal Ramadan restored a bit of pride for the travelling fans as he got on the end of a beautiful long high ball from Joe White and Ramadan smashed the ball past Johnson and in to the far corner. A stunning save from Luis Tibbles on 61 minutes denied Carlos his second goal. Ollie Hughes broke in to the box for Bury on 68 minutes, but the defence had the move covered and soon had the ball back. A long shot from Ryan Jolland on 72 minutes was no real danger for Johnson as he collected the ball with a low save. On 77 minutes a sweet strike from Stanley Muguo whistled past the far box as Gray again went close. Another impressive save from Tibbles on 79 minutes denied Carlos again from his second goal. Bury went so close to a second goal on 80 minutes with Kyran Clements showing great skill on the left and crossing deep to Allen who put his shot inches over the bar. With the game practically over after just 19 minutes Bury showed great character to keep going but Gray did everything right and took a well-deserved win.

Full Time: Grays Athletic 3 Bury Town 1
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