Woodley United 1 v Fleet Town 4

Fleet Town stormed their way into the semi-finals of the Aldershot Senior Cup with a good win against Hellenic Division One East side Woodley United. In a thoroughly entertaining game both sides tried to play football and entertain the crowd. The tie was played at Reading City’s ground where Woodley are currently ground sharing. After a level first quarter Fleet took the lead with Ronan Silva poking the ball home after a goalmouth scramble. Although dominating possession Fleet didn’t extend the lead until Bradley Wilson beat two players on the wing and hammered the ball past the Woodley keeper. Fleet scored two further goals as Woodley tired at the end of the first half. First Sam Williams finished a Bradley Wilson cross and then Enow Ojong finally broke the offside trap to score. The game was not as one sided as the scoreline suggested with Woodley making chances but just not being able to take them.

Half-Time : Woodley United 0 Fleet Town 4

The second half started with more crisp play from Fleet Town but Woodley pulled a goal back on 58 minutes when Freddie Barron scored. The rest of the second half continued with much open play, Woodley made further chances but were unable to take them while Fleet failed to stay onside with three goals being chalked off for offside. After the disappointment of Saturday at Mangotsfield, it was good for Fleet’s team to get back to winning ways and hopefully something they can build on against Slimbridge in the League on Saturday.

With Camberley and Knaphill already in the Semi Finals the competition just waits on Cove to play Aldershot and the winners of that match to play Hartley Wintney to see who the four semi-finalists are.

Full-Time: Woodley United 1 Fleet Town 4

Team: Harvey White, Joe Wilson, Daniel Framp, Sam Williams, William Boye, Edwin Plackett, Danilo Cadete, Ronan Silva, Enow Ojong, Billy Oram, Bradley Wilson

Subs: Kieran Neale-Kelly (Billy Oram), Nathan Cookson (Enow Ojong)

Goals: Fleet Town (Ronan Silva, 20 minutes), Fleet Town (Bradley Wilson, 38 minutes), Fleet Town (Sam Williams, 43 minutes), Fleet Town (Enow Ojong, 45 minutes), Woodley United (Freddie Barron, 58 minutes)

Attendance: 40