FA Vase 2nd Qualifying Round
Saturday 23rd September 2017
Bedlington Terriers 2-0 Bishop Auckland
Team: Young, Gilhesphy, Hoganson, Marron (79 mins Hall), Tobin, Griffiths, Bennett, Jury, McAloon, Thompson (72 mins Johnson), Goundry
Subs Unused: Johnson, Hall, Grant, Lovegreen, Robinson
Bishop headed North to Bedlington Terriers in a FA Vase 2nd round qualifier off the back off a 2-1 in mid-week over Jarrow Roofing. New signing Stephen Tobin was included in side with Daryl Hall dropping to the bench.
The match started with no real incident of note with both sides seeing their share of the ball, the first chance of the game came in the 15th minute when Michael Hoganson who cut in and laid the ball off to Griffiths who fired his shot wide of the Bedlington goal.
Bishop survived a penalty shout from Bedlington in the 25th minute, within a minute Bishop hit the Bedlington bar when Griffiths crashed a shot against the face of the bar following a Bishop corner.
3 minutes later Thompson robbed the Bedlington keeper of the ball but couldn’t force the ball home, after ball squirmed free to Goundry he couldn’t get the ball on target through a swam of Bedlington defenders.
Bishop were now in control and on 40 minutes McAloon fired another shot wide of the Bedlington upright. Couple of minutes later Hoganson delivered a great cross which some how McAloon couldn’t guide home.
The first half ended all square, would all of the missed chances come back to cost the Blues.
HT – Bedlington Terriers 0 – 0 Bishop Auckland
The first chance of the 2nd half fell to Bedlington after a mix up between the Bishop back line and goal keeper, Young recovered well to deny the Bedlington forward with his feet.
However it was only a minute later when Bedlington took the lead after a high cross in to the Bishop area, the Bedlington forward was on hand to head the ball home, 1-0 to the hosts.
Andrew Johnson was introduced to the game in the 71st minute in place of Stuart Thompson as Bishop searched for the equaliser to keep this seasons Vase hopes alive.
Only 4 minutes after coming on to the pitch Andrew Johnson was looked to have been taken out but the ref wasn’t convinced and decided against giving the Blues a penalty.
In the 79th minute Thomas Marron was replaced by Daryl Hall after picking up what looked to be a ham string injury, Hall’s first touch resulted in him gifting an opportunity to Bedlington which they took full advantage of to make the scoreline read 2-0 to the home side.
That’s how the game finished after a good first half full of chances, Bishop paid the price in the second half in which truth be told they never really got going. Well done to Bedlington who worked hard throughout and progress through to the next round of the competition.
FT – Bedlington Terriers 2 – 0 Bishop Auckland
|Sat 23/09/2017||3:00 pm||FA Vase||2017 - 2018|
|Doctor Pitt Welfare Park|
|Park Rd, Bedlington, Northumberland NE22 5DP, UK|
|Club||1st Half||2nd Half||Goals||Outcome|