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Ware
Needham Market
J Oyibo (30')
Full time
R Dobson (26'), L Ingram (61')
Tue 20 Dec 19:45 - The Alan Turvey Trophy sponsored by Robert Dyas 16-17 Attendance 60

Ware 1 Needham Market 2

Ware look in good shape against premier division leaders as they narrowly miss out on quarter finals of league cup.

Somewhat surprisingly there was no hint of a second string about the visitors whose starting eleven showed only one change from the team that played throughout Saturday's premier division win over Hendon. Sitting at the head of the division after their 5-2 success they obviously had no intention of resting anyone. Maybe they want a league and cup double which is still possible after this close victory.

Ware had four changes in their starting line-up from that of Saturday's defeat though there was less of a sense of the pack being shuffled than of Ken Charlery beginning to see the light at the end of the tunnel. His recast squad seems to be taking shape not least with the reintroduction of Kyle Forster between the posts.

No-one wants to blame the other occupants of that position for the slump that has occurred in the last eight games (just two wins and a draw in that time) but things have felt unsettled with a sense that results suffered as a result.

There was no hint of that in the first half as the two teams stood toe to toe, with Needham first in the driving seat, Reece Dobson hitting the bar and then opening the scoring on 26 minutes before Josh Oyibo equalised four minutes later. This heralded a period with Ware going through the gears as Gareth Price (twice) and Brian Haule came close to giving Ware the lead.

The second half started with a debut for Lewis Soraf, most recently with Witham Town, who came on at the expense of Tom Bradbury. Ware had their chances again but it was the Marketmen who won the tie just after the hour mark when Luke Ingram side-footed home from close range after good build up work. Dean Mason and Price both came close to a second equaliser for the home side but it is the visitors who advance to the quarter final.

Ware: Kyle Forster, Aston Goss, Alaa Oujdi, Josh Oyibo, Murat Karagul, Tom Bradbury (Lewis Soraf 45mins), Dean Mason, Joe Reynolds, Brian Haule (Kambo Smith 80mins), Gareth Price, Laurence Vaughan (Evandro Delgado 64mins). Unused subs: Simon Mensah, Ashley Harris.

Key moments

26:00
Goal Reece Dobson scores for Needham Market
30:00
Goal Josh Oyibo scores for Ware
61:00
Goal Luke Ingram scores for Needham Market

Highlights

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84:00 Sub Off
Billy Holland is substituted off for Needham Market
84:00 Sub On
Kem Izzet is substituted on for Needham Market
80:00 Sub Off
Brian Haule is substituted off for Ware
80:00 Sub On
Kambo Smith is substituted on for Ware
80:00 Sub On
Max Booth is substituted on for Needham Market
80:00 Sub Off
Ollie Snaith is substituted off for Needham Market
69:00 Sub On
Tony Bannister is substituted on for Needham Market
69:00 Sub Off
Darryl Coakley is substituted off for Needham Market
64:00 Sub On
Evandro Delgado is substituted on for Ware
64:00 Sub Off
Laurence Vaughan is substituted off for Ware
61:00 Goal 1 - 2
Luke Ingram scores for Needham Market
45:00 Sub Off
Tom Bradbury is substituted off for Ware
45:00 Sub On
Lewis Soraf is substituted on for Ware
End of period 1
30:00 Goal 1 - 1
Josh Oyibo scores for Ware
26:00 Goal 0 - 1
Reece Dobson scores for Needham Market
Start of the game
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As it happened

  • Ware
  • Needham Market
  • 0
  • Reece Dobson Goal 26:00'
  • Josh Oyibo Goal 30:00'
  • Tom Bradbury Sub Off 45:00'
  • Lewis Soraf Sub On 45:00'
  • Luke Ingram Goal 61:00'
  • Evandro Delgado Sub On 64:00'
  • Laurence Vaughan Sub Off 64:00'
  • Darryl Coakley Sub Off 69:00'
  • Tony Bannister Sub On 69:00'
  • Kambo Smith Sub On 80:00'
  • Brian Haule Sub Off 80:00'
  • Max Booth Sub On 80:00'
  • Ollie Snaith Sub Off 80:00'
  • Kem Izzet Sub On 84:00'
  • Billy Holland Sub Off 84:00'

Team selection

Needham Market
  • 1. Danny Gay
  • 2. Jake Dye
  • 3. Joe Whight
  • 4. Billy Holland
  • 5. Ian Miller
  • 6. Sam Nunn
  • 7. Ollie Snaith
  • 8. Callum Harrison
  • 9. Reece Dobson
  • 10. Luke Ingram
  • 11. Darryl Coakley
  • 12. Kem Izzet
  • 14. Max Booth
  • 15. Tony Bannister
  • 16. James Carragher
  • 17. Nathan Munson

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