VWFC v Longlevens

23/02/2019 Virginia Water 2-2 Longlevens
Hellenic Premier Division
Report by Ceri Jones

Virginia Water threw away a two goal lead, as they conceded an equaliser with practically the last kick of the game, against a good Longlevens squad, intent on competing as best they could.

The visitors started well, and forced Matt Jones into a couple of sharp saves, as well as hitting the woodwork.

Against the run of play, Liam Whyte put the home side ahead on 21 minutes, heading in a Louis Sanders corner.

Back came the visitors, and threatened again, but on 38 minutes, Jake Baker’s left foot shot from a long throw, put Waters further ahead.

Bizarrely the home side had the better of the second half, yet managed to concede two goals without reply. The first, on the hour, came when a free kick from distance took a high bounce off a surprisingly poor playing surface at Stag Meadow, and beat Jones in goal. The second, with the last kick of the match, was due to some indecision in the home defence.

In between, Waters managed to hit the woodwork twice, through Whyte and Baker, and went close again with efforts from Whyte, Ruben Bande and Marc Lansdowne.

But at the end it was honours even and, sadly for Ceri Jones and his Waters side, it was a case of two points lost rather than a point won.

Waters wish Longlevens well for the remainder of the season.

 

Line Up:

Matt Jones

Adam Mills

Marc Lansdowne

Mike Chambers

Louis Sanders

Eddie Lazarczuk

Joe McBride

Liam Whyte

Lenny Di Felice

Jake Baker

Adam McNamara

Subs:

Ruben Bande

Josh Hill

Jack Simmons

Steve Williams (unused)

Finn Evered (unused)

Waters' Jake Baker

The clubhouse at Virginia Water FC is available for hire, and is suitable for parties for all occasions

 

Sky TV, pool table (free of charge), stage area, dance floor, kitchen area, bar, toilets and changing facilities

 

Please contact Graham Poulter or Dave McBride for more info, via the club's contact page