Thursday 01st September 2005
Division One East
Sanders reports from Maidstone Road
a game of few clear chances, Chatham Town had the best of the first
half with Brendan Cass forcing a point blank save from Corby keeper Darren
Watts early on.
Cass went close again with a glancing header from Andy Boyle's cross
before Andy Larkin's powerful header brought the best save of the match
from Watts after 36 minutes.
Chris Gooman looked the most likely to trouble Chats keeper Louis Green in
the first half with his long range shooting, including a curling effort
from 25 yards which narrowly missed the upright.
Corby had more of the possession in a second
half which never really got going. Two free kicks from Brett Darby
kept Green on his toes and Chatham's Tom Binks had to head clear from
under the bar after one such kick was not cleared at the first attempt.
In the closing stages, Chatham's teenage winger
Byron Walker looked the most likely to create a chance, showing good pace
out wide. Overall a fair result.
Chatham Town: Green,
Binks, D.Larkin, A.Larkin, Bourne, Boyle, Searle, Brookes (Walker 66),
Fidyk (Billenness 54), Cass, Finn (Denness 89). Subs:
Corby Town: Watts,
Turner (Nedimovic 81), Moore (Campbell 62), Gooman, Burrows, White,
Darby, Kennedy, Byrne, Holmes, Hardie. Subs:
Marshall, Marlow, Duroe.