FOOTBALL: Ruthless Bibury in seventh heaven
9:31pm Monday 13th January 2014 in Sport
BIBURY romped to victory with a thoroughly dominant display at home to Soudley.
Glos Northern Senior Div Two
Bibury started very strongly and before opening the scoring they had four decent chances.
Ashley Rockley had a free kick saved, Danny Brunton saw a shot cleared by the Soudley defence and Josh Russell as well as Scott Huband were both denied by the visiting goalkeeper.
The first goal came when Russell tapped in Huband's left wing cross into the six-yard box at the back post.
Soudley almost levelled from a quickly taken free-kick but the shot hit the bar.
Bibury then ended the game as a contest when scoring three goals in the final seven minutes of the half.
Firstly, Huband finished well after being played in by Dan Shannon. Huband added his second with a great volley off a cross from Kanne Outram. Then, right on half-time, James Keylock grabbed a fourth for Bibury.
The second half started as the first finished with Bibury well on top and five minutes in Harry Deacon prodded the ball past the Soudley keeper after a goalmouth scramble.
Two minutes later it was 6-0 when Rockley headed a cross from James Piatek into the net.
Soudley's cause was not helped when their captain Paul Johnson was sent off but Bibury created one more chance with ten minutes to go when Dom O'Neill scored after good work from Keylock.
Bibury MoM: Scott Huband.
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