Tenby too hot for Goodwick
1:01pm Wednesday 11th September 2013 in Sport
Goodwick United 1 Tenby 4
TENBY were too hot for Goodwick United at Phoenix Park.
This was the visitors first win of the season, and left Steve Blackford's team feeling completely shell-shocked at the final whistle.
Tenby did the double over Goodwick last season, so they were quietly confident of getting a result on the road again.
Jerome Mansbridge opened the scoring for the visitors in the tenth minute, the striker rounding keeper James Gwilt.
Billy Vaughan doubled the lead in 25th minute, striking home a sweet half-volley from just inside the box.
Five minutes after half time and Jordan Richards confidently despatched and put his side three-up.
Rhys Dalling pulled a goal back for Goodwick with a header, but the visitors had the final say when a foul inside the box saw Richards stepped-up and finished with aplomb from the penalty spot, for his second goal of the match.
Goodwick United: James Gwilt, Darren Devonald, Wayne OSullivan, Martin Griffiths, Steve Blackford, Lewis Banks, Stephen Evans, James Bottomley, James Evans, Rhys Dalling, Scott Crawford. Subs: Anthony Couzens, Kieran OBrien, Ryan Howells.
Tenby: Dafyd Jones, Curtis Hurlow, Phil Cattlin, Alex Harley, Ashley Andrews, Daryl Mansbrige, Josh Bevan, Billy Vaughan, Richard Perry, Jerome Mansbridge, Jordan Richards. Subs: Scott Ferney, Brandon Taylor-Monaghan, Toby Rossiter.
Referee: Dean Boswell.
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