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Buckley Town Res 1 Ruthin Town Res 2

Lewis Hone, Luke Douglas, Phill Molyneux, Rhys Jones, and Rhys Hewitt all played for the reserves yesterday against Ruthin Town Reserves and bolstered our young side against the league leaders which made for a competitive game between the two sides that Buckley really should have made more of.

If it had been for better decision making they would have taken more from the game than they did with Jordan Henshel scoring the only goal of the game for Buckley.

It was entertaining game throughout between two well matched sides enjoyed by 58 spectators.

 

Details

Date Time League Season Full Time Attendance
9th February 2019 2:00 pm Welsh National League - Reserves Division 2019 90' 58

Ground

The Globe
Globe Way, Buckley CH7 3LY, United Kingdom

Results

ClubGoalsOutcome
Buckley Town1Loss
Ruthin Town2Win

Buckley Town

# Player Position Goals Assists Yellow Cards Red Cards
1Jack EdwardsGoalkeeper0000
2Luke DouglasDefender0000
6Rhys HewittDefender0000
4Chris HibbertDefender0000
5Lewis HoneDefender0000
6Ryan JonesForward0000
7Ryan Dunn 14Midfield0000
8Joe TruemanDefender0000
9Phill MolyneuxMidfield0000
10Jordan HenselMidfield1000
11Tom Gunson 12Forward0000
12Matt Mullarkey 11Midfield0000
14Tae-woo Kim 7Midfield0000
15Lewis MarleyMidfield0000
16Rhys PowellMidfield0000
17Dylan TyrrellDefender0000
 Total 1000

Ruthin Town

Position Goals Assists Yellow Cards Red Cards
 0000

 

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Ruthin Town Reserves 3 Buckley Town Reserves 0

A closer game than the score would suggest as Buckley Town had much of the play but let themselves down by giving the first two goals away to Ruthin Town which made it very difficult to recover from.

The first goal came when Tom Watkin-Jones caught Buckley Town keeper Tom Douglas with the ball at his feet and stole it for an easy tap in.

Buckley’s best chance of the game came when club manager Dan Moore fired in a shot from 20 yards that clipped a Ruthin defender sending the ball into a looping arch and hitting the bar. In his attempt to get to the ball, the Ruthin’s keeper rapped himself around the post and needed treatment having hurt his ribs. He bravely soldiered on. The disappointment from a Buckley perspective was that no one managed test the keeper from that point on during the game.

Ruthin’s second was from Buckley Town’s inability to clear their lines and having someone simply taking charge to clear the ball away from danger. Again Tom Watkin-Jones was the beneficiary and he fired the ball home.

The third for Ruthin was scored with a well taken header from a right wing cross when Tomm Mann rose highest and directed the ball back into the opposite corner.

Positives from the game saw Shaun Tinsley back in action after three weeks out due to a calf strain and a lively spell as a second half substitute from new signing Taewoo Kim, who if he continues to perform in that manner will push to be named in the first team squad in the not too distant future.

For match photos see here

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Buckley Town Reserves 2 Brickfield Rangers Reserves 3

A thoroughly entertaining game was played out by the Reserves sides of Buckley Town and Brickfield Rangers at the Globe with some excellent players on show for both sides.

Star of the show for Buckley was Andy Jones who bagged another two goals to add to Saturdays making him the top scorer so far this season.

There were also good run outs for Josh Jones working his way back to full sharpness and James Rumsey who together made a good pairing at the centre of Buckley’s midfield.

The first half was competitive with both sides giving as good as they got but Brickfield were quicker out of the traps in the second half and went into a 2-0 lead through Matt Wareham on 64 minutes and Phill Carr on 69. Jones pulled one back for Buckley two minutes later but Zack Price made it three for Brickfield with 12 left.

Kam Riding made a second half cameo appearance and the youngster impressed with his neat ball skills and an intelligent pass late on that put Andy Jones in on goal to score his second of the night as Buckley pressed to try and level the game. It came too late to secure the draw and Buckley were left to rue the missed chances of the first half that saw their first defeat of this campaign.