With the Towners playing superstar ringers Tynan, Hammond and Stu Leonard things could only go one way for the Towners
on a night of insane retribution. McGhee moved into goal and Dogs and Murrell went to their usual positions.
Things started tight, Romford Town unable to make an immediate impact but with persistance the first goal came.
Murrell's diet of no fags seemed to be paying off as he ran into position and finished well as he slipped one past a flailing
keeper. San Miguel replied though, using speed and one-touch accuracy on the break to create their first. Again
they came forward though, after more tight play, both teams seemingly unable to break down the opposition. San Miguel
took the lead and were looking good enough to take it further.
But Murrell again!! Oh ref!!! Picking the ball up in the middle of the field, blasted a placed boomer into
the far corner, the keeper dived but was no match for the speed and power of Rickee Murrell.
With a little help from his friends Murrell was scoring but it was time for Hammond and Tynan to live up to expectation
as they teamed up well for Hammond to blast a first-time shot which curled slightly as it flew into the top right hand corner
of the goal. A fitting end to a lovely move.
Without warning though John McGhee was happily doing his bit at the back. Shouting well and pulling off some wicked
saves to keep the scoreline in the Towners favour. Some of the best rolling out the Towners hve seen was also on display
from an on form McGhee.
Roger Dogs was also on to perform as he came forward on countless occasions to tease the rest of his team-mates with some
excellent running and positioning, coming almost too close with his shooting aswell.
The Wideboy Lenny Leeson had been doing his bit at the back to fend off what was some fast, difficult to repel attacks
from San Miguel. He went forward though and boom, stuck one away in spectacular fashion set-up by playmaker Roger Dogs.
Another excellent move capped off with an excellent finish.