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Grantham Town
Spennymoor Town
L Wildin (38'), F Barcelos (49'), L Shaw (84')
Full time
M Anderson (75'), J Tait (85' Pen), A Johnson (89')
Tue 18 Oct 19:45 - The Evo-Stik League Northern Premier - Premier Division Attendance 167

Wind, Rain and Goals at The Meres

Grantham Town 3 Spennymoor Town 3

On a very wet and windy night at The Meres, The Gingerbreads couldn't hold on to a lead and take a point against high flying Spennymoor.

The Moors, who won last Tuesday 7-0 against Skelmersdale and reached the FA Cup first round on Saturday, started strongly and brought many blocked challenges and saves from The Gingerbreads defence.

Stefan Galinski twice cleared off the line in the opening half hour, but The Gingerbreads weathered the storm and it was them who took the lead. Luther Wildin attacked down the right and gave the ball to Lee Shaw. Shaw's shot rebounded into Wildin's path and he fired home.

The Gingerbreads held on to halftime. Again though it was Spennymoor who started the half brightly but it was The Gingerbreads who scored again. Felipe Barcelos chased down a short back pass and was able to take it round the Spennymoor goal keeper and walk the ball into the net to make it 2-0.

Spennymoor continued to play how they had been and were creating chances, but The Gingerbreads defence stood firm. With the amount of chances and changes they made, it was look inevitable that they would pull one back and they did through Mark Anderson.

However, The Gingerbreads were still going and were putting the Spennymoor defence under pressure still. Again it was The Gingerbreads who were to score next, Lee Shaw was able to break away and fired the ball home to make it, 3-1.

This wasn't the end of the night, with both sets of fans urging their sides on it was Spennymoor who were soon level. First they win a penalty and two minutes later break through The Gingerbreads defence to level, 3-3.

The Gingerbreads, Man of the Match chosen by the night's Match Sponsor Streets Accountants, was Lee Shaw

Key moments

38:00
Goal Luther Wildin scores for Grantham Town
49:00
Goal Felipe Barcelos scores for Grantham Town
75:00
Goal Mark Anderson scores for Spennymoor Town
84:00
Goal Lee Shaw scores for Grantham Town
85:00
Scored Penalty Joseph Tait scores a penalty for Spennymoor Town
89:00
Goal Andrew Johnson scores for Spennymoor Town

Highlights

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89:00 Goal 3 - 3
Andrew Johnson scores for Spennymoor Town
85:00 Scored Penalty 3 - 2
Joseph Tait scores a penalty for Spennymoor Town
84:00 Goal 3 - 1
Lee Shaw scores for Grantham Town
81:00 Sub On
Ben Saunders is substituted on for Grantham Town
81:00 Sub Off
Felipe Barcelos is substituted off for Grantham Town
75:00 Goal 2 - 1
Mark Anderson scores for Spennymoor Town
49:00 Goal 2 - 0
Felipe Barcelos scores for Grantham Town
End of period 1
38:00 Goal 1 - 0
Luther Wildin scores for Grantham Town
Start of the game
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As it happened

  • Grantham Town
  • Spennymoor Town
  • 0
  • Luther Wildin Goal 38:00'
  • Felipe Barcelos Goal 49:00'
  • Mark Anderson Goal 75:00'
  • Ben Saunders Sub On 81:00'
  • Felipe Barcelos Sub Off 81:00'
  • Lee Shaw Goal 84:00'
  • Joseph Tait Scored Penalty 85:00'
  • Andrew Johnson Goal 89:00'

Team selection

Turner, Jake Turner, Jake
Wildin, Luther Wildin, Luther
Storey, Ellis Storey, Ellis
Lewis, Rhys Lewis, Rhys
Galinski, Stefan Galinski, Stefan
Tank, Jamie Tank, Jamie
Meadows, Danny Meadows, Danny
Hollingsworth, Michael Hollingsworth, Michael
Shaw, Lee Shaw, Lee
Barcelos, Felipe Barcelos, Felipe
Shaw, Luke Shaw, Luke
Spennymoor Town
  • 1. Daniel Lowson
  • 2. Kallum Griffiths
  • 3. Louie Swain
  • 4. Craig Gott
  • 5. Joseph Tait
  • 6. James Curtis
  • 7. Jamie Chandler
  • 8. Shane Henry
  • 9. David Dowson
  • 10. Graeme Armstrong
  • 11. Robert Ramshaw
  • 12. Christopher Mason
  • 14. Mark Anderson
  • 15. Nathan Fisher
  • 16. Thomas Craddock
  • 17. Andrew Johnson

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