Bleuboys denied by Town

Molten Spartan South Midlands Division One Amersham Town 1 London Colney 1 PAUL Danslow scored and was instantly sent off as London Colney earned a 1-1 draw with Amersham. The Blueboys had the better of the opening 45 minutes and should have gone in 2-0 u

Molten Spartan South Midlands Division One

Amersham Town 1 London Colney 1

PAUL Danslow scored and was instantly sent off as London Colney earned a 1-1 draw with Amersham.

The Blueboys had the better of the opening 45 minutes and should have gone in 2-0 up. As it was neither side found a break through before the interval.

Lee Benning curled a free kick in which Amersham 'keeper Gary White tipped over the bar and Dave Corran had a shot blocked.

Danslow was introduced for the injured Greg Shaw at half time and he gave The Blueboys the lead in the 69th minute.

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Rowley played a long ball over the top and Danslow held off several challenges to fire home. However as Danslow jogged back for the restart referee Anjos issued the striker a red card for foul and abusive language.

Amersham made their advantage count grabbing an equaliser from the penalty spot. Tom Dickie was adjuged to have handled the ball inside the area, despite protests from the Blueboys that the offence took place outside the box. Danilson Vicente stepped up to fire the penalty into the top right hand corner.

Amersham pushed on looking for an equaliser but Colney held on for a point.

London Colney: Soulard, Paradise, McCafferty, Humbert, Dickie, Benning, Gallagher, Rowley, Cooper, Shaw (Danslow), Corran. Subs not used: Beschizza, Simmonds, Caines.

l Second half goals from Ian Cooper and Dave Corran gave the Blueboys all three points from their trip to Buckingham Athletic last Thursday.

l The reserves came back from 1-0 down at half time to win 5-1 at home to Broxbourne thanks to goals from Cain Davey (two), Lawrence Harkness (two) and Aaron Ames.

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