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FT: Bilston Town 1    6 Tamworth

20 July 2019

The Lambs travelled to Queen Street for the first time in around two decades to take on the West Midlands Premier League side in their next pre-season friendly, minus a few players from the squad due to other commitments. Have a look at the Bet365 bonus code that gives great offers for the season.

Bilston kicked off the match and within six minutes we were two goals up.
Creaney struck from close range with just three minutes gone and Gough sent a long ball for James to latch on to on 6, which the latter rifled under the advancing keeper from the right of the box.
Creaney made it 3-0 on 19 with James the provider, his ball from the right of the area found the number 9 and he span on it before firing past Lewis in the home goal into the far corner.
Former Bilston player Reid struck a powerful shot at Lewis on 24 and James went through on 26 wide on the left but the Steelemen’s defence got themselves in the way.
James was involved once again on 29 set up Reid who volleyed over and Gough sent a left wing cross onto the head of Yafai but his effort was off target.
Creaney headed a left sided corner straight at the keeper on 39 and 42 Gough’s run and cross form the left was met by Creaney but his looping header dropped onto the top of the net.

HT: Bilston Town 0    3 Tamworth

Tamworth restarted proceedings in wet summer rain and James shot wide from the right of the box past the far post on 47.
Bilston almost his the back of the net in the wrong way in the next move when substitute Malik’s back pass from the left back position evaded his own keeper and rolled past the far post and Creaney had a strike ruled out for offside on the hour.
Captain Beswick struck a perfect freekick from the right channel into the back of the net, inside the near post with Lewis unable to claw it out, unable to prevent the scoreline becoming 4-0.
James’ cross to Creaney was met with a downward header which tested Lewis on 71, but he was unable to do anything to prevent Creaney from netting his hat-trick on 72 when he met Gough’s low ball from the left and turned it past the keeper. (5-0)
Beswick tried a different freekick on 75, feeding it through to Clement on the left and his drilled ball was met by Creaney but his strike went wide of the mark.
Bilston managed to get on the scoresheet with four to play when Sinclair’s header was pushed onto the bar by Singh and Jenkins followed up from close range. (5-1)
Tamworth enjoyed the last passage of play though, and James notched his second knocking the ball under the keeper from Clement’s threaded pass to the edge of the box (6-1).

Tamworth Team:
Singh, Clifton (Shaw 58), Gough (Clifton 81), Beswick (Beejer 81), Willock, Rowe-Turner, Reid (Yafai 70), Fry (Clement 58), Creaney, Yafai (Sibanda 58), James
Subs: all used

Bilston Town Team:
Lewis, Writon, Walker, Sinclair, Morris, Jenkins, Barnett, Gomes, Ni, Knight, Northall
Subs (all used): Malik, Sappleton-Williams, Metla, Parry, Hussain

Attendance: 145

Referee: Mr. J. Clement

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