Wednesday, November 21, 2012
Bank United 6, Tiverton Park Rangers 0
Bank United made short work of defeating the Mid Devon side to advance in the Devon Sunday Supplementary Cup.
The two sides have met on multiple occasions over the previous three seasons with Bank generally coming out on top and this meeting was no exception.
In a bright start, United wingers Phil Sanders and Warren Vaughan were heavily involved, frustrating the Tiverton defence and creating multiple chances.
The breakthrough came from a route-one ball from keeper Graham Lewis That Jamie Drummond took charge of before slotting past the Tivvy glovesman.
One became two soon after when Stuart Tuckett made it two goals in as many games with a delightful chip after Phil Sanders and Adam Gendall had created the opportunity.
Wayne Tuckers rifling shot was then deflected home by fellow striker Jon Chalkley to make it three.
Chalkley then notched his second with a flamboyant bicycle kick from inside the area after the Tiverton side failed to clear a corner to complete the first half scoring.
After the break Chalkley completed his hat-trick by pouncing on a through ball and rounding the visiting keeper. He then made way for Adam Pring on 70 mins.
Phil Sanders completed the scoring when he brushed aside a number of challenges before firing home.
The Bank United Man of the Match award went to Chris Manning for his solid performance in defence.
Team: Graham Lewis, Tom Elliott, Chris Manning, Sam Weekes, Adam Gendall, Phil Sanders, Warren Vaughan, Jamie Drummond, Stuart Tuckett, Wayne Tucker, Jon Chalkley. Subs: Adam Pring (Chalkley 70)