Always a tough place to go and play football and we knew the lads had a tough evening ahead of them, as like last season St. Margaretsbury away proved to be a physical game.
We were boosted with the return of Hashim Ahmed as well as a new late signing at the back from Borehamwood; Adedade Adesoye.
We set out in this game trying a new formation that we feel will suit us this season with the players we have and it did not disappoint. Taking complete control of the game from the off the young Towners dominated the whole game with goalkeeper Joseph Gunning not having to make a save in 90 minutes. Soon enough, after 25 minutes of pure pressure from the Towners, we found the back of the net with a well taken finish for his first goal of the season from striker Raheem Shiaka.
The young Towners didn't let that stop them as we pushed on looking for more and sure enough just before half time a great cross in from the left by full back Necati Gench found the head of Raheem Shiaka for his second of the night.
The second half continued much like the first with the hosts seeming quite content to just keep the scoreline down rather than attacking our goal. Despite all our possession and pressure we could not find another and the final score finished-up as 0-2 with the young Towners keeping their first clean sheet of the season.
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