Frimley Green 3 Ash United 0
By Matthew Flude
3 Points and best performance of the season
It's going to be hard to beat the recent match reports by Alex Walker, and in his absence, the task is a daunting one, especially when I deleted all my notes prior to writing this up! so enjoy it, whilst appreciating i'm now going from memory, which those who know me, isn't the greatest on the best of days....
But we'll start with the lineup, and by far this matchday squad was the strongest we have had all season, everyone fully fit, and a strong bench incase of need and what a performance this guys put in.
From the opening minutes it was clear Frimley were taking the game to our visitors, Bowerman and Bone uptop causing problems, Hamer, Hibbert, Mckinlay and Dearlove all getting early touches on the ball and pushing forward at every opportunity.
The first goal came after a superb left footed corner by Mckinlay and Zac Horkan was at the far post to head it home.
Frimleys 2nd and 3rd goals came from Bowerman and Bone, and there were plenty of chances for Frimley to extend their lead throughout the game however those extra goals didn't come.
For Ash, there was only really one effort of note, a nice half volley it must be said, but going wide of the left hand post.
That pretty much sums the game up, watching the game, it was one of the most relaxed fixtures we've had, there were no cards, no issues for the referee to deal with, it was just a professional performance from the 1st minute and a pleasure to watch.
lineup: Harris, Horkan (Miller), Trinder, Ward, Vass, Dearlove, Hamer, Mckinlay, Hibbert (Cumberbatch), Bone (Medrado) , Bowerman
Subs: Cumberbatch, Medrado, Vasquez Rosero, Miller, Primett