Hayes & Yeading United

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Match Report


Hampton & RB 1
Hayes & Yeading Utd 3


Hayes & Yeading progressed to the quarter-finals of this seasons Middlesex Senior Cup with a hard working 3-1 victory away at the Beveree against a youthful looking Hampton & Richmond Borough side that did however have former United man Francis Amartey on their bench.

Manager Paul Hughes took the opportunity to rest four of his regular starters in the form of Charlie Wassmer, Taylor Miles, Hassan Jalloh and Sanmi Odelusi for this one with Amos Nasha taking the captains armband and a debut for newly signed Danny Green.

United were to dominate the early possession only to be stung on nine minutes as the hosts broke away to open the scoring as the ball was played inside from the right to Connor Kurran-Browne and he fired past Dan Wilks into the far corner of the United net.

The visitors however continued to dominate thereafter and on 15 minutes Cameron Green fed the ball to Reece Cole 20 yards out, his driven shot forcing Beavers on-loan QPR ‘keeper Matteo Salamon to push his effort wide of the post.

Ten minutes later the same scenario played out the same way, this time Cole’s 25 yard free-kick was tipped around the post however the save went un-applauded as referee Gregory gave a goal-kick.

The final opening of the half, again for United, saw Salamon hold an Amos Nasha shot and we went in a goal behind at the break.

United made a change at the break with Moses Emmanuel being given a rest and newly signed Aaron Alleyne-Anstey taking his place on the field.

Paul Hughes’ side started well after the break, taking just six minutes to level the tie as Cole collected the ball 20 yards out and having made space for a shot it took a wicked deflection to leave Salamon rooted to the spot as the shot changed direction and hit the back of the Beavers net.

The home side could and maybe should have restored their lead just before the hour mark as a corner from the right was headed back towards the United goal only to be headed over by Charlie George from inside the six yard box.

A few minutes later the Beavers threw Francis Amartey into the fray with his arrival being cheered by the United faithful as a mark of respect for all he gave to United prior to his summer departure to Aldershot Town.

Amartey almost provided an assist for the hosts on 73 minutes as the former United man raced away on the left before playing the ball right inside to Stefan Ilic but he blazed over from 18 yards out.

Just a minute later the ball was in the net at the other end as United took the lead, Stan Flaherty broke away down the right wing and cut inside before firing the ball across the six yard box for a sliding Danny Green to force it home under pressure at the far post for a debut goal.

Shortly after United gave a first team debut to under 18s striker Tyrese Bailey who came on for Cole Brown with Nasha moving back from midfield to right-back.

The 81st minute saw the best save of the game as Salamon did very well to tip over Cole’s dipping 25 yard free-kick and a couple of minutes later the hosts should have pulled level when the ball was played across from the left to Kurran-Browne but on this occasion he fired over the United crossbar.

The final say went United’s way just as the clock struck 90 minutes with Adam Liddle collecting the ball in the right channel before blasting into the roof of the net from an acute angle, much like he did on Saturday, and it’s United who progress to a home quarter-final against neighbours Southall.

Report by Kevin Watts.


Hampton & Richmond Borough
Hayes & Yeading United
Matteo Salamon
Half-Time: 1 - 0

Full-Time: 1 - 3

Referee: Mr S Gregory

Attendance: 181


Hampton & Richmond Borough:
Kurran-Browne (9)

Hayes & Yeading United:
Cole (51)
D Green (74)
Liddle (90)

Dan Wilks
Redor Omar-Aninsah Cole Brown
Fenton Woodcock Cameron Green
Connor Doona © Amos Nasha
Tommy Wood © Paul Field
Charlie George Jerry Wiltshire
Stefan Ilic Stan Flaherty
Sam Deadfield Danny Green
Connor Kurran-Browne Moses Emmanuel
Wadah Ahmidi Adam Liddle
Adam Leathers Reece Cole
Alfy Whittingham (for Deadfield, 62) Kayden Bryan-Smith
Ollie Davies (for Salamon, 88) Drew Churchwell
Callum O'Keeffe (for Ahmidi, 76) Aaron Alleyne-Anstey (for Emmanuel, 46)
Wagih Eldakakhny (for Ilic, 79) Tyrese Bailey (for Brown, 78)
Francis Amartey (for George, 62) Jamie Hanlon
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