LYDD TOWN 0 DEAL TOWN 4

By Natalie Benville

A dominating first half performance, during which the Hoops scored three times without reply, ensured they enjoyed a smooth passage into the second round of the SCEL Challenge Cup at Lydd on Wednesday night.
Steve O’Brien put Deal in front with a 29th-minute penalty against a Lydd side who are currently lying in 16th place in the first division and then Sam Wilson and Connor Coyne both scored in the space of three minutes just before half-time. For Connor, whose brother Alex was playing for the home side, the goal took his personal tally to nine in the last nine matches.
Deal, who had Josh Maughan making his debut in defence and Owen Kallmeier his second appearance of the season in goal, brought on Troy Howard for Wilson at half-time and it was Troy who completed the scoring in injury-time with his first goal for the club.
Deal will now be at home to Premier Division newcomers Punjab United in the next round.
Deal: Kallmeier, Butcher, O’Brien, Bigginton, Maughan, Scott (Miller 65), Foster, Cardwell, Wilson (Howard H-T), Adams, Coyne (Alexander 75).

One Response

  1. July the 1st,1690 will go down in history as the battle of the Boyne.
    October the 3rd,2018,the Lyndsey Field,will be remembered as the day that Deal won ” The Battle of the Coyne” ?
    Good performance from the team,including the new boys?
    Looking forward to the next round against Punjab.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

More posts you might like...

THE DEREK HARES STAND

You will have noticed this but we are proud to announce the main stand is officially the ‘Derek Hares Stand’. Having taken over in 2003,

Read More »

TERMS AGREED FOR KENNEDY

We are delighted to confirm that 18 year-old Jamie Kennedy has agreed terms to stay at the Charles Ground, ahead of our 24/25 Isthmian League

Read More »