For The Record Books

October 5, 2016






Round Two Matches in the Southern Section Group A played on Tuesday 4th October 2016.

Southern Section Group A

Bristol Rovers (0) 0 v Yeovil (0) 0

Bristol Rovers Team: Roos, Leadbitter, James Clarke, Hartley, Brown, (Colkett – 66), Montano, Boateng, Sinclair, Moore, (Bodin – 77), James, Gaffney, (Taylor – 67).

Subs Not Used: Mildenhall, McChrystal, Mansell, Easter.

Booked: James Clarke, Colkett.


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Kelle Roos effectively wins the penalty shoot out with this accomplished save from Ryan Hedges.


Yeovil Town Team: Maddison, Mugabi, Lacey, Smith, Dickson, Dolan, Lawless, Whitfield, (McLeod – 55), Campbell, Hedges, Khan, (Dawson – 60).

Subs Not Used: Krysiak, Ezewele, Copp, Sowunmi, Lea.

Sent Off: Dawson, (74).

Booked: Lawless, Dawson, Mugabi.

Bristol Rovers win 5-3 on penalties.

Rovers Penalty Takers: Luke James, Billy Bodin, Matty Taylor, Charlie Colkett and Cristian Montano.

Attendance: 2,117 ,including 130 visiting supporters.

Ref: James Adcock (Nottinghamshire).


Luke James blasts his penalty high to the left of the Yeovil Town goal keeper who goes the wrong way.


Portsmouth (0) 2 v. Reading XI (1) 2

Portsmouth Team: O’Brien, Buxton, (Evans – 45), Whatmough, Clarke, Haunstrup, Lalkovic, Linganzi, Close, (May – 73), Bennett, Main, (Naismith – 69), Smith.

Subs Not Used: Davies, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Hall.

Goals: Main 57mins and 63 mins.

Reading XI Team: Jaakkola, Watson, McIntyre, (Griffin – 19), Gravenberch, Blackett, Frost, Kelly, Rinomhota, Samuel, Mendes, Novakovich, (Richards – 79).

Subs Not Used: Terence Vancooten, Stuart Moore, Cardwell, East, Bennett.

Booked: Rinomhota.

Goals: Novakovich 6 mins and Mendes 52 mins.


Despite making three penalty saves in the penalty shoot-out Liam O’Brien in the Portsmouth goal could not ensure that Pompey won this match.


Reading XI win 4-3 on penalties.

Attendance: 1,355

Referee: Oliver Langford (W Midlands).


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Why does the Yeovil Town goal keeper want the ball in the penalty shoot-out? Referee Says NO.

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