Deal Town 7 Glebe FC 2

By Deal Town

A superb team performance enabled Deal to score 7 goals in an F.A. Vase match for the first time.

Deal took a 2nd minute lead when Liam Hark was bundled off the ball and Dan Adams stroked home the resultant penalty

Glebe almost equalised 90 seconds later when only a brilliant save by Deal keeper James Tonkin denied Joe Tennant.

Sam Wilson scored a second for Deal on 14 minutes, from an acute angle, and 13 minutes later the hosts were three goals ahead with Adams notching his second with a 20 yard lob.

Deal continued to pour forward and cause the Glebe defence problems with their speed and accuracy of passing. However, a good solo goal from Luke Miller, who finished with a strong shot, put the visitors back in contention 7 minutes before the break.

Only 4 minutes after the break, Sam Wilson notched his 10th goal of the season following a move featuring several defence splitting passes.

Connor Coyne then made the game safe for Deal with two well struck goals in the 50th and 56th minutes.

Brian Zepo, with a quick turn and shot, scored the second for Glebe on 64 minutes with Ryan Philpott notching goal number seven for Deal, with a powerful shot, with 8 minutes left.

Deal are now at HOME to CB Hounslow United in the next round on SATURDAY 23 September 2017. Kick off at The Charles Ground is 3pm

DEAL : Tonkin, Paxman, Hark, Hill, K.Smith, Adams, Reeves (Alexander 57), Walsh, Coyne (Zureiqi 76), Wilson (Philpott 72), Miller Unused Subs ; D.Smith & L. Biggington

Attendance 79

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