Hamworthy United vs Amesbury Town


Tuesday 24th October 2020

Wessex Premier League

The Hammers kept their composure with a 5-0 victory against Amesbury Town, they could have had more but for some fine saves by Chris Wings quick reactions. Topping the league with a 4 point advantage over second-placed Fareham Town who have 1 match in hand and Horndean who have played the same amount of matches.

To their credit, the visitors never gave up throughout the match and fought hard, they deserved a goal or two, they will bounce back.

One of the good points at this level heads don’t drop much, the teams behind generally fight back to give the fans an entertaining match, the magic of non-league.

Cam Munn had a great game smashing in a hat trick, the Hammers passing was a delight to watch, worthy of higher leagues without a doubt. Another clean sheet for Shane Murphy in between the Hammers sticks again shows how impressive this team are.

A break from Wessex League action on Saturday with the Buildbase FA Vase 1st Round match against Ilfracombe Town.

RESULT: 5-0 (Munn 8′ 38′ 40′ Hodge 55′ Neale 61′)

Hammers: 63′ Beasley replaced Neale 63′ Buckler replaced Clarke 72′ Ward replaced Munn
Amesbury: 66′ Young replaced Morris 66′ Beniter replaced Greenway 76′ Newbold replaced Croucher


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Hamworthy United:
1 Shane Murphy
2 Declan Randall
3 Crit Clarke
4 Jamie Filkins
5 Connor Cocklin
6 Adam Costello
7 Eddie Hodge
8 Lee Francis (c)
9 Cam Munn
10 Dan Cann
11 Matty Neal
12 Christie Ward
14 Max Buckler
15 Jamie Beasley
16 Tom Mallett
17 Ollie Davis

Amesbury Town
1 Chris Wing
2 Anthony Croucher
3 Jay-Jay Tucker
4 Chris Morris (c)
5 Zak Pickett
6 Tyler Brockway
7 Luke Greenway
8 Ashia Zadon
9 Chris Booth
10 Jo Sutherdow
11 Osama Allman
12 Charlie Young Janes Lightfoot
14 Kieran Beniter
15 Dany Newbold
16 Martin Burchill
17 Dan Mitchell

Referee:  Antony Smith
Assistants:  Craig Sandoe & Joe Thomas