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Match Report

   

3.00pm Saturday 5th September 2009

The UniBond League Premier Division

Lakeland Radio Stadium, Parkside Road, Kendal, LA9 7BL


Kendal Town

1 - 0

FC United of Manchester

Wane 44 

Attendance: 1,117

Kendal Town 1

Wane 44

FC United of Manchester 0



Attendance: 1,117
Kendal Town
1 D. Newnes
2 K. Walmsley
3 G. Melling
4 T. Hallam (capt)
5 G. Steel
6 C. Warburton
7 M. Cole
8 M. Wane
9 A. Taylor
10 W. Beattie
11 D. Wisdom

Subs.
12 D. Foster (for 8, 72 mins)
14 L. Mullvaney (for 9, 85 mins)

FC United of Manchester
1 Sam Ashton
2 Adam Carden
3 Simon Garner 
5 Dave Chadwick (capt)
5 Danny Warrender 
6 Robert Nugent 
7 Carlos Roca
8 Simon Carden 
9 Ben Deegan
10 Jerome Wright
11 Phil Marsh

Subs.
12 Tunji Moses (for 2, 73 mins)
14 Jake Cottrell (for 7, 55 mins)
16 Danny Williams (for 10, 73 mins) 



Match Report

FC United slipped to a 1-0 defeat away to UniBond Premier Division leaders Kendal Town on Saturday afternoon in front of 1,117 supporters at the Lakeland Radio Stadium.

The Cumbrian side took all three points and continued their unbeaten start to the season thanks to a goal by Mark Wane one minute before half-time.

The Reds pressed for an equaliser and came close on a number of occasions with Rob Nugent heading over the bar and Ben Deegan working the hosts’ goalkeeper but it wasn’t to be United’s day. They must now pick themselves up for the visit of Whitby Town to Gigg Lane this Wednesday night.

Match Report

FC United slipped to a 1-0 defeat away to UniBond Premier Division leaders Kendal Town on Saturday afternoon in front of 1,117 supporters at the Lakeland Radio Stadium.

The Cumbrian side took all three points and continued their unbeaten start to the season thanks to a goal by Mark Wane one minute before half-time.

The Reds pressed for an equaliser and came close on a number of occasions with Rob Nugent heading over the bar and Ben Deegan working the hosts’ goalkeeper but it wasn’t to be United’s day. They must now pick themselves up for the visit of Whitby Town to Gigg Lane this Wednesday night.