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28.08.2004 @ 15:00 The Wessex Stadium Crowd: 1253
Weymouth 1 - 1 Grays Athletic
Referee: J Linington (Isle Of Wight) Conference South-Match

Goalscorers
Chukki Eribenne (40) Eddie Youds (75)
Starting Line-ups
Jason Matthews
Steve Tully
Paul Gibbs
Nathan Bunce
David Waterman
Robbie Pethick
Martib Barlow
Chukki Eribenne
Adam Wilde
Shaun Wilkinson
Lee Phillips
Carl Emberson
Eddie Youds
Daniel Lunan
Steve Robinson
Joe Bruce
Martin Carthy
Mitchell Cole
Dean Brennan
Stuart Thurgood
Liam George
Leroy Griffiths
Substitutes
Steve Claridge
Ian Hutchinson
Paul Buckle
Lee Charles
Matt Bound
Simon Overland
Chris Wild
Dean Bradshaw
Vil Powell
Freddy Eastwood
Substitutions
Steve Claridge -> Chukki Eribenne (66) Freddy Eastwood -> Liam George (52)
Vil Powell -> Mitchell Cole (61)
Yellow cards
Nathan Bunce (?)
Adam Wilde (?)
Eddie Youds
Liam George
Red cards
None None
Match report |
After sweeping aside Margate, Blues struggled and made considerably harder work of their clash against Weymouth at the weekend.

The away clash at Wessex Stadium and in the early minutes of the match the home side stifled Grays’ usual attacking play and create their own chances as Shaun Wilkinson smacked the ball over from just seven yards after a decent build up.

Blues created their best chance of the half when midfielder Dean Brennan drew a great save from Weymouth keeper Jason Matthews.

But despite the visitors pressure it was the Terras who went ahead when a Robbie Pethick cross found Chukki Eribenne inside the box. Blue’s keeper Carl Emberson was wrong footed by the striker who just tapped the ball home.

Although Blues only avoided going two down by the skin of their teeth, the visitors came close themselves when Freddy Eastwood hit the woodwork and super sub Vill Powell began to make his presence felt.

Mark Stimson’s boys finally came good with just 15 minutes left on the clock, when Eddie Youds got above the Weymouth defence to head home a Brennan corner.

Thanks to the Thurrock Gazette for the report