Dent 0-3 Endmoor
November 28, 2009 - Westmorland League, Division 2
Endmoor remianed unbeaten in the league with a comfortable away win at Dent. Injuries meant that Endmoor had a patched together team, but they started the brighter of the two sides. The first real chance came when Michael Teasdale lashed over from inside the area when he might have done better. Endmoor were in control, and nearly took the lead through Shane Lambert, whose curling shot rebounded back off the bar. Endmoor then hit the woodwork again, this time Graham Cowperthwaite striking the foot of the post after a good run. Shortly after came the opening. Some neat build up play ended up with Lee McNaughton out wide, and he produced a fine cross with Scott Frazer converted from close range. A second goal followed soon after. A pass from William Swallow found Adam Roberts, and Roberts produced a whipping cross which evaded everyone including the Dent keeper, and ended up in the far corner.
The second half started as the first half finished. Endmoor were in control, but were lacking a cutting edge infront of goal. The chances were being created, and Ryan Ormrod saw two good efforts saved well by the Dent keeper, who was having a good game. Shane Lambert hit the bar for the second time in the game when his dipping shot was tipped onto the woodwork. Graham Cowperthwaite then raced through but his shot was blocked by the Dent stopper. Dave Clement came close before Endmoor scored a third in the final minute. Michael Teasdale squared the ball inside to Scott Frazer, who unleashed an unstoppable shot from 25 yards which found the top corner and gave the Dent keeper no chance.
A good win for Endmoor and a good defensive performance. Endmoor should have scored a lot more but a win and a clean sheet is always a good result.
30 min - Scott Frazer (8/10)
40 min - Adam Roberts (8/10)
90 min - Scott Frazer (9/10)