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Match Report

    

7.45pm Wednesday 13th September 2006

North West Counties Football League Division 1

Gigg Lane, Gigg Lane, Bury, BL9 9HR


FC United of Manchester

7 - 1

Abbey Hey

Howard 8, 80
Own Goal 11, 87
Rudd 28, 30, 40
 Morse 18

Attendance: 1,566

FC United of Manchester 7

Howard 8, 80
Own Goal 11, 87
Rudd 28, 30, 40

Abbey Hey 1

Morse 18

Attendance: 1,566
FC United of Manchester
1 Sam Ashton
2 Mike Lomax
3 Alex Mortimer
4 Liam Coyne
5 David Chadwick (capt)
6 Robert Nugent
7 Joshua Howard
8 Steven Smith
9 Stuart Rudd
10 William Ahern
11 Adie Orr

Subs.
12 Fernando Vaz Te (for 9, 45 mins) 
14 Lee Ellis (for 5, 45 mins)
15 Steven Spencer (for 8, 74 mins)


Abbey Hey
1. Joe Molloy
2. Graham Hicks
3. Matt Bunting
4. Jamie Lester
5. Steve Worthington (capt.)
6. James Greenhalgh
7. Mike Morse
8. Kristian Evans
9. Josh Cathcart
10. Steve Lester
11. Paddy Garmory

Subs.
12. Otis Thomas (80 for 8)
14. Jamie Almond (17 for 11)
15. Steve Riley (63 for 3)


Match Report

A first half Stuart Rudd hatrick and a double from Josh Howard helped make it nine victories out of nine for FC United with a comprehensive 7-1 victory over Gorton based Abbey Hey.

Howard got the scoring underway early on with a lob and Rob Nugent doubled the lead heading home a corner. The visitors then got one back, but it was to be their only goal of the night as Rudd hammered home a hatrick before the interval to put the game beyond any doubt.

The second half was less eventful as a number of substitutes were made, but Howard made it six by grabbing his second late on and there was enough time for an own goal to make it 7-1.

Match Report

A first half Stuart Rudd hatrick and a double from Josh Howard helped make it nine victories out of nine for FC United with a comprehensive 7-1 victory over Gorton based Abbey Hey.

Howard got the scoring underway early on with a lob and Rob Nugent doubled the lead heading home a corner. The visitors then got one back, but it was to be their only goal of the night as Rudd hammered home a hatrick before the interval to put the game beyond any doubt.

The second half was less eventful as a number of substitutes were made, but Howard made it six by grabbing his second late on and there was enough time for an own goal to make it 7-1.