Exciting draw for Beckley


After two weeks with no game, unbeaten Beckley Rangers were up against an unbeaten Tunbridge side , and it was Tunbridge who struck first with a hoof up field. Beckley did not deal with it properly and a Tunbridge striker ran through to chip the ball over the Beckley goal keeper Nathan Pagden, 0-1 Tunbridge.

Beckley recovered quickly through Lucas Zon rounding the Tunbridge keeper to make it seven goals in three games for Beckley, making the score 1-1 at half time.

The second half saw Beckley play with more attack, looking for the win, but they paid the price for more sloppy defending and Tunbridge scored making it 1-2. Once again Beckley took the game to Tunbridge, getting a very good penalty appeal turned down, and Beckley’s Olly Bunn hit the post with a header and Zon came close again as did Oli Skinner.

With the game going into the last five minutes it was all Beckley pressure and the breakthrough came when Skinner ran through to slot the ball home past the oncoming keeper –  2-2 justice was done! Lankelma and MPL productions man of match was Nathan Pagden for a superb penalty save in the first half

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