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19.09.2017 at 19:45 Harlow Arena Attendance: 113
Harlow Town
1 - 1
(3 - 4 PEN.)
Bury Town
Referee: Neil Morrison Velocity Sports Trophy-match

Reece Dobson (40)
Alex Read (Pen)
Nigel Neite (Pen)
Reece Dobson (Pen)
Charlie Dickens (o.g.) (89)
Cemal Ramadan (pen.) (90)
Noel Aitkens (pen.) (90)
Leon Ottley-Gooch (pen.) (90)
Ryan Jolland (pen.) (90)
Opening squads
Patrick Lee
James Shepherd
Andnea Kimpala-Mayasi
Charlie Dickens
Jideofo Maduaho
Xavier Vidal
Junior Dadson
Nathan Livings
Reece Dobson
Tommie Fagg
Nigel Neite
Luis Tibbles
David Cooper
Joe White
Kyran Clements
Ricky Spriggs
Ryan Jolland
Ollie Canfer
Tommy Robinson
John Kennedy
Liam Wales
Darren Mills
Alen Read
Syrus Gordon
Jared Small
Fabion Simms
Ben McNamara
Leon Ottley-Gooch
Noel Aitkens
Bradley Barber
Luke Read
Cemal Ramadan
McNamara on for Lee (19)
Read on for Dadson (92)
Leon Ottley-Gooch -> Joe White (23)
Noel Aitkens -> Tommy Robinson (69)
Cemal Ramadan -> John Kennedy (82)
Yellow cards
James Shepherd (53) Darren Mills (47)
David Cooper (81)
Ryan Jolland (88)
Red cards
None None.
Match report | Preview
Late drama as Bury Town take a shock win in penalty shoot-out

Bury Town proved they can score from the spot as four clinical penalties saw the Blues through to the next round of this seasons League Cup. Bury started well but it was Harlow with the first chance on 4 minutes when Nigel Neite got around the back of the Bury defence and put a good cross in to the box begging to be headed in but Bury cleared the danger. Tommy Robinson put a cross in for Darren Mills on 7 minutes but the cross was too strong for Mills to head Bury in front. On 9 minutes Liam Wales had a moment he would rather forget, Mills put a through pass in for Wales and with the keeper rushing out to clear, Wales block tackle saw him in on an open goal but he pulled the shot wide of the far post. Robinson was involved again for Bury’s next good chance on 25 minutes. Robinson dribbled past two players and found Ollie Canfer whos quick turn and strike had the keeper making a great diving save. Harlow looked dangerous with every attack and on 28 minutes some great skill from Andnea Kimpala-Mayasi took him through the Bury defence and he put a cross in for Junior Dadson to head from point blank range but Luis Tibbles made a brilliant save. A set piece was to separate the two sides at the break. A free kick on 40 minutes for Harlow put in by Mayasi was perfect for Reece Dobson to head home.

Half Time: Harlow Town 1 Bury Town 0

Harlow had the best of it opening part of the second half but had to wait until the 61 minutes before they had their next good chance. After a good build up, Ryan Jolland let a shot fly and Harlow keeper did well to tip the ball over the bar. Tommie Fagg showed good skill on 64 minutes, powering through to the edge of the box to set up Dadson but Tibbles made the save. On 80 minutes Bury almost grabbed the equaliser. Some dogged tackling from Liam Wales won him the ball and a quick pass it for Canfer in the box but again the keeper tipped it over the bar. Bury were to get the equaliser late on with a slice of good fortune as a dangerous free kick in from Cemal Ramadan to the far post was put in to his own net by Charlie Dickens on 89 minutes. Late chances in the game saw Ramadan put a ball in for Mill and Wales in the box but quick reflexes from the keeper and he was there to collect the cross. Nathan Livings went close for Harlow at the death blasting a shot an inch over the bar. The game went to penalties and with the Blues luck with penalties of late not holding us back, Cemal Ramadan, Noel Aitkens, Leon Ottley -Gooch and Ryan Jolland all put their spot kicks beyond the keeper and a save from Tibbles and a blast over the bar from Harlow ensured Bury Town go through to the next round.

Full Time: Harlow Town 1 (3) Bury Town 1 (4)