In the second half, Bentley began brightly, however Panthers work rate increased and they began to overpower Bentley with some good positive football.  Dominic Cella was denied his hat-trick by the linesman’s flag when he headed home, and Panthers had a second goal disallowed for offside when Owen Davies hit a low shot past the keeper when clean through.  With the majority of the play in Bentley’s half now, Panthers created a number of chances and it was Lewis Ansell who made the game safe with a low left foot strike to put Panthers 3-1 up with 8 minutes to go.

Another good performance today from the lads against a team from a higher division with some good football played.  That’s 4 wins in a row now, and unbeaten since 14 February.

Manager’s Man of the Match : James O’Brien  

1 comment for this article:
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    Keith Hardy (Chairman)

    You’ve kept that run going Panthers – well done!

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