Frimley Green FC 1 Eversley FC 2
January 16, 2012
Eversley gained three hard-earned points from a dificult trip at rejuvenated Frimley Green in Combined Counties Division 1.
Matt Baker made it a great start for the visitors, latching on to an early through ball to score in the fifth minute.
But Frimley Green soon found their feet and were the more compact and determined side before levelling in the 30th minute.
Frimley broke down the right and their cross was headed out by Alex Frostwick, but only to the feet of the Frimley striker, who made no mistake.
Following a half-time mauling from boss Andy Clement, who took off Jeffrey and Paul Douglas to be replaced by Mark Morgan and Marc Kleboe, Eversley looked more organised, focused, and with a greater air of determination and positivity about their play.
On 55 minutes Kleboe met a Stamp corner to put the visitors ahead.
Baker then saw the Frimley kepper twice deny him, before Kleboe struck again, only to see his free header ruled out for an infringement elsewhere inside the box.
The game should have been over, but Frimley Green rallied.
However, despite late pressure they couldn’t force an equaliser, giving the Boars a massive boost ahead of their trip to Guernsey on Saturday, who have a 100-per-cent home record so far this season.
Eversley: Shelly, Cooper, Jeffery (Morgan), Reeves, Frostwick, Thomas, Moran,S Taylor, Stamp, Baker, Douglas (Kleboe)