The 118 in attendance watched an excellent display from a Warminster side, growing in confidence. Despite having some of the regular first-team unavailable, the team proved strong and beat Radstock Town 2 – 0.
It was an even opening half, with few clear opportunities to score for either side. The opening goal came in the 38th minute when Alex Churchyard met a corner from Mortimer-Taylor at the far side of the net and thumped the ball home. This celebrates Churchyard’s first goal for the club.
Radstock made their chances of getting level more difficult after a red card saw Tom Pawley sent off for the visitors just four minutes later.
The second half saw Warminster with the extra man become much more dominant. The second goal which sealed the win came in the 53rd minute. Miluk intercepted a pass on the right in Radsotck’s territory, beat two defenders to cross to Gardner on the edge of the box. With his second touch, Gardner left-footed the ball into the net, beating the flailing arms of the keeper. In the end, this proved to be a comfortable win for the home side, and now after three matches puts them in third place in the table.
Team: Crabtree, Bartley, Cockerill, Graham, Lisowski, Churchyard (c), Miluk, Mortimer-Taylor, Gardner, Humphreys, Seviour
Subs used: Pollock, Young, Johnson L,
unused: Johnson M
Next match Saturday, August 14th
Warminster Town v AEK Boco kickoff 3 pm.