Tigers started brightly and competed well against a good Ashmore team, Tigers created a couple of half chances early in this half, Duncan Reilly, Ben Southall and Sam Foreman combining well. Tigers took the lead when a Sam Foreman corner went straight in off the post, Another Foreman corner created problems in the Ashmore defence, their keeper pushing the ball against his defender only to see the rebound cross the goal line to put Tigers 2 up. Ashmore got back into the game with a long range effort which just beat Harry Simkins outstretched arms. The second half was well competed by both teams, Tom Rowlands and Tom Peacock defending soundly, Some Ashmore pressure late on in this game saw them react first to tap in a rebounded shot to take a share of the spoils.


 A more subdued performance this time from the Tigers, but credit also goes to Shire Oak who got numbers behind the ball and also had a few chances to score, Harry Simkin doing well in goal for the Tigers. Tigers pressed hard for a goal and after a initial shot by Ben Southall was only half cleared, Elliot Crook was on hand to slot the rebound home. Tigers created a few more goal scoring opportunities, Tom Rowlands going close with a free kick. Tigers managed to maintain their 1 goal advantage to the final whistle.

1 comment for this article:
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    Keith Hardy (Chairman)

    Well done Tigers – getting stronger by the week!

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