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17.02.2004 @ 19:45 York Road Crowd: 223
Maidenhead United 1 - 4 Grays Athletic
Referee: Isthmian League - Premier Division-Match

Lawrence Yaku (67) Lloyd Opara (8)
Martin Carthy (70)
Ellis Remy (89)
Ellis Remy (90)
Starting Line-ups
Nick Hart
Steve Sanders
Brian Connor
Martyn Lee
Adam Durrant
Andy Dugdale
Mark Boyce
Kelvin McIntosh
Steve Hale
Lawrence Yaku
Craig Farley
Mel Capleton
Eddie Youds
Daniel Lunan
Joe Bruce
Ade Olayinka
Danny Hayzelden
Martin Carthy
Wes Daly
Stuart Thurgood
Lloyd Opara
Freddy Eastwood
Phil Gray
Rory Jenkins
Ollie Muggleton
John Dreyer
Phil Wilson
Scott Barrett
Chris Wild
Dean Bradshaw
Ellis Remy
Leroy Griffiths
Rory Jenkins -> Martyn Lee (46)
Ollie Muggleton -> Steve Sanders (73)
Phil Gray -> Mark Boyce (85)
Leroy Griffiths -> Lloyd Opara (17)
Ellis Remy -> Danny Hayzelden (46)
Dean Bradshaw -> Freddy Eastwood (55)
Yellow cards
None None
Red cards
None None
Match report |

Teen star Remy notches deadly double for Blues

Two goals from Mark Stimson’s ‘other’ exciting 19-year-old, Ellis Remy, rounded off a miserable home defeat for Maidenhead at the hands of form-hitting Grays on Tuesday.

The former Lincoln City player – who has promised much in outings since joining Blues in October – has tended to be overshadowed by the goal scoring talents of Freddy Eastwood.

But a brace of goals against Maidenhead at York Road showed the north Londoner injury returnee’s full potential. The win also underlines Stimson’s squad strength in depth.

The first Blues goal came from Lloyd Opara within eight minutes.

Wes Daly tapped the ball into Opara’s path, allowing th young striker to slide the orb past keeper Nick Hart.

Magpies came close to pulling one back half an hour in when they were awarded a penalty.

But on-form Mel Capleton got down quickly to redirect Steve Hale’s spot kick over the bar.

Magpies did, however, level the score after 20 minutes of second-half play when Hale’s quick pass to Lawrence Yaku allowed the striker to beat Capleton.

But Stimmo’s men are never satisfied with a draw and a sweeping move from Grays was rounded off with a great goal from 29-year-old Blues captain Martin Carthy – signed from Billericay last season.

Grays smelt blood and when the home side changed their format, bringing on an extra striker, they exploited the midfield weakness – substitute Remy clattering in Leroy Griffith’s pin-point cross.

Remy struck again in injury time with a lofted head over the stranded keeper.

Thanks to the Thurrock Gazette for the match report