Sat 17th Feb, Chapel Gate 2PM KO
Bournemouth Sports scored six goals at home again for the second consecutive week this time against basement boys Sturminster Marshall to run out 6-1 winners.
The hosts really struggled to find momentum in the opening exchanges and often saw their vast possession of the ball being wasted and creating no real chances to speak of against a packed out and stubborn Sturminster backline.
However the deadlock was broken on 20 minutes when winger James Bergin outpaced the full back and saw his near post cross converted by striker Jack Voisey. Sturminster were back on level terms immediately from the kick off when striker Ian Male scored with a great strike outside the area past Sports keeper Marc Davies.
Sports debutant Taylor Edwards saw a fantastic low strike from outside the box nestle in the far corner on 25 minutes to restore his teams lead, but other than that the half was a bit of an anti climax. HT 2-1
The men from Chapel Gate started brightly in the second half when winger James Bergin saw his near post corner creep in and Bergs would add his sides 4th goal on the hour mark following a good run and shot inside the box. New striker signing Max Mountford would grab his first goal for the club on 75 minutes converting from close range at the far post before that man Taylor Edwards would grab his second of the afternoon just before the end of the game scoring directly from a free kick just outside the area. FT 6-1
Bournemouth – Marc Davies, Jake Perch, Evan Crang, Eddie Myers, Charlie Firth, Karol Borowski, Taylor Edwards, Gabriel Spennato, James Bergin, Jack Voisey, Sam Darlow
Substitutions – Max Mountford for Sam Darlow (45) Jai Crowther for Charlie Firth (55), Jacob Aichroth for Karol Borowski (60)
Picture – Sports Taylor Edwards who scored twice on his debut.