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Home / 2006-07 Season / 2006-07 Results / Match Report

Essex Senior Cup Quarter Final
Tuesday 9th January 2007
AFC Hornchurch 3 - 2 Harlow Town
Lee 7' 10', Parker 9' H/T 3-0
Quistin 79', Taylor 90+2'

Match Highlights
AFC Hornchurch   Harlow Town
Lee - GOAL 7  
Parker - GOAL 9  
Lee - GOAL 10  
  45 BOOKED - Lalite
  45 OFF - Warren
ON - Parmenter
Glozier - BOOKED 51  
  63 OFF - Swift
ON - Quistin
Parker - OFF
Foyewa - ON
Lee - OFF
Sadler - ON
79 GOAL - Quistin
90+2 GOAL - Taylor

Match Report by Tony Middleton

Ron Fletcher in for Jordan, injured at Sudbury, and Garry Cross back after his injury against Aveley. A much reduced crowd, many of whom arrived late, due to the closure of the main road following a serious incident at Upminster Bridge station, and a gale force wind sweeping downfield. Harlow won the toss and chose to kick with the wind in their backs.

Harlow took full advantage of the gale to force a corner, but Lalite’s kick swerved behind the goal. A Glozier free kick was aimed at Lee but the ball swirled back in the wind and drifted out of play close to the half way line. Much more worrying was when Garry Cross appeared to pull up sharply, but after a few minutes he was able to run the knock off. With many of the crowd still arriving, Urchins took the lead when a Glozier corner was deflected out for another corner, which this time was pumped into the goalmouth and KRIS LEE rose well to head home. One nil, and it soon became two when Kris Lee flicked the ball on to SIMON PARKER who ran on and hit the ball home. Inside a minute it was three, with some fine work by Parker on the left, and he cut inside, and turned the ball back across goal for KRIS LEE to slid it home. Three goals in two minutes and 45 seconds. It could have been four when Lee sent Parker away down the middle, but Jackson rushed out and hammered the ball out of the ground, narrowly missing Rob’s camera in the process. Then it was Janney, put clear on the right by Lee, and he touched the ball inside to Parker, whose goalbound flick was well saved by Jackson.

Harlow still enjoyed a fair share of territorial possession, and Lalite put another corner behind the goal, the wind swirling the ball out of play. Winston made a good run, and his cross was headed away by McFarlane for a corner, again taken by Lalite, the ball being part cleared by Southon but played back to Lalite whose long shot was well held by Brightly. Janney popped up in the inside left position and made ground before slipping a pass through to Lee and thence to Parker, with Jackson running out of goal to gather, and then Cross found Tomlinson on the left but Kirby covered well and hit the ball upfield.

A Taylor free kick came swirling in and Purdie cleared. A minute later it was Glidden with a hard free kick which Fletcher got to first, and an exchange of passes between Lalite and Boateng ended when Lalite cracked his shot narrowly wide. Urchins struggled to adjust, playing into the gale, although Parker did well to win a corner, which Janney took, playing short to Cross and back to Janney, with Warren nipping in to tackle and concede a follow up corner. Janney played this one into the middle and Lee almost found the net with a glancing header.

Half time and Max went hunting for some young girls, eventually finding Marie and Mary-Ann, who jointly pulled out Max’s winning ticket, and a happy Urchin walked away £60 better off, less of course his £1 stake. Terry came by, doing a passable imitation of a pawnbroker, holding the three balls which were booted out of the ground in the first half. And news of other Senior Cup matches came in – the matches at Canvey and Grays were both off.

Second half and with a three goal advantage it looked a good as over, as Urchins dropped down a gear. A Southon to Janney looked dangerous until Taylor nipped across to clear, and a powerful free kick from Danny Glozier had Max reaching for his microphone, only for Jackson to hurl himself across goal to punch clear. A long upfield kick from Brightly almost found Lee, but Swift was able to tackle and concede a corner, which Tomlinson took, and the ball was played back out to Andy show centre went begging across goal. Swift was the centre of attention again when he was given a lengthy lecture following a rash tackle and from Glozier’s free kick the ball was touched out of play, and Tomlinson took the corner, finding Southon whose hard shot hit a defender and just went wide of the goal, for another corner. Tomlinson floated the ball over and Chapman headed out. A Glozier free kick was headed over by McFarlane, and a Janney centre was headed out for yet another corner, which Tomlinson took and Jackson caught. Harlow came back well, with Glidden’s shot being deflected out by McFarlane, Lalite’s corner then being cleared by Purdie. A Winston through ball looked dangerous until McFarlane cleared, conceding a corner and Lalite’s kick was headed away by McFarlane. At the other end a Tomlinson free kick was well held by Jackson.

Harlow got a goal back when LUDOVIC QUISTIN tried a speculative shot from way out on the left wing, the wind assisted ball swirling past Dale Brightly and into the net for what was very much a shock goal. Urchins came back strongly, McFarlane heading over from Tomlinson’s free kick, and Amos Foyewa, on for Simon Parker, then went streaking past Kirby but hit his shot high and over the bar, with possibly Sadler better placed to take a cross. Foyewa again, with a neat flick on to Sadler but Jackson gathered. And Foyewa once again, this time to Janney, whose run was thwarted by a massed defence. Right on time Fletcher conceded a free kick, and a poorly line up wall was more than enough for MARK TAYLOR to hit the ball low and hard past Brightly. No sooner had Urchins restarted the play than the final whistle went. In the only other match played, Great Wakering beat Thurrock by 2-1.

Video clips by Rob Monger
- 7mins. Kris Lee gives us an early lead
- 9mins. Simon Parker increases our advantage
- 10mins. Kris Lee makes it 3-0
- 79mins. Harlow's Ludovic Quistin pulls a goal back
- 90+2mins. Mark Taylor scores Harlow's second
Post match interview with manager Colin McBride


AFC Hornchurch
Dale Brightly
Ron Fletcher
Danny Glozier
John Purdie (c)
Jim McFarlane
Andy Tomlinson
Garry Cross
Mark Janney
Kris Lee
Simon Parker
Jamie Southon
Amos Foyewa
Ainsley Gasper
Elliot Styles
Billy Crowther
Dave Sadler
Harlow Town
Glenn Jackson
Mark Taylor
Kevin Warren
Danny Swift
Ryan Kirby
Danny Chapman
Leon Lalite
Shaun Glidden
Sammy Winston
Gary Wraight (c)
Danny Boateng
Ludovic Quistin
Michael Glidden
Danny Green
Criag Charles
Ross Parmenter

Man of the Match
Nominated by Accused

Jim McFarlane

Weather Conditions:  12 degrees, cloudy. Wind speed gusts up to 35mph

Match Officials: G Jurden with G Tilley and S Connor

Match duration: First half 46mins 23secs. Second half 47mins 49secs

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