20.12.2016 at 19:45 Attendance: 60
1 - 2
Referee: Ashley List Alan Turvey Trophy / 3rd Round-match

Josh Oyibo (30) Reece Dobson (26)
Luke Ingram (61)
Opening squads
Kyle Forster
Aston Goss
Alaa Oudji
Josh Oyibo
Murat Karagul
Tom Bradbury
Dean Mason
Joe Reynolds
Brian Haule
Gareth Price
Laurance Vaughan
Danny Gay
Jake Dye
Darryl Coakley
Sam Nunn
Joe Whight
Ian Miller
Callum Harrison
Ollie Snaith
Reece Dobson
Billy Holland
Luke Ingram
Evandro Delgado
Kambo Smith
Lewis Soraf
Simon Mensah
Ashley Harris
Nathan Munson
James Carragher
Kem Izzet
Taylor Bannister
Max Booth
Lewis Soraf - Tom Bradbury (45)
Evandro Delgado - Laurance Vaughan (64)
Kambo Smith - Brian Haule (80)
Taylor Bannister -> Darryl Coakley (69)
Max Booth -> Ollie Snaith (80)
Kem Izzet -> Billy Holland (84)
Yellow cards
None Ollie Snaith
Red cards
None None.
Match report
The Marketmen advanced through to the Quarter-Final stages of this seasons Alan Turvey Trophy thanks to a tight 2-1 victory at Ware. Their progression means they now face Tonbridge Angels at Bloomfields.

Needham Manager Mark Morsley fielded a very strong side with only one change from Saturdays 5-2 victory over Hendon. Billy Holland returned to the line-up at the expense of Kem Izzet.

On 7 minutes Joe Whights shot from an indirect free kick was blocked, before the hosts Laurence Vaughan was unlucky not to give them the breakthrough.

Reece Dobson continued to revel in his attacking role and he was fouled just outside the penalty area. Colchester loanee Callum Harrison took the resulting free kick and it shaved the crossbar.

The first goal of the game was scored on 26 minutes by Dobson. Darryl Coakleys ball found Dobson and his low drive into the far corner left Ware keeper Kyle Forster with little chance.

However, the lead was to be short-lived as The Blues equalised 4 minutes later through Josh Oyibo. This goal gave Ware a real confidence boost as they then peppered Needhams goal with efforts from Gareth Price and Brian Haule.

Half Time: Ware 1-1 Needham Market

In truth, the second period was far from a footballing classic. The Hertfordshire outfit will feel frustrated at not taking their chances as it turned out to be costly when Luke Ingram scored The Markets second goal with an hour played.

Hollands ball found Darryl Coakley and his pull back from the byline was smashed in from close range by Ingram.

Full Time: Ware 1-2 Needham Market

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