Hanbury double wins the derby

Both sides fielded former opposition players in their line up with the Ferry fielding Jack Hurley, Alex Gammond and Mark Jones while the Lido fielded Sam Baker and Cameron Harris. Lido took the lead on 21 minutes when Sean Hanbury beat the offside trap to latch on to a long ball forward and fired an unstoppable shot past McFenton in the Ferry goal. The Ferry responded positively and only a great block by former Ferry player Sam Baker denied Tyler Brock an equaliser.  Alex Gammond tried a long range shot which Aaron Jones managed to touch onto the crossbar with the ball going out for a corner. The Ferry equalised in added on time, Aaron Jones came out to punch the ball clear but Alex Gammond from 35 yards chipped the ball over the defence into the net. Ioan Evans had a chance to restore the lead on 51 minutes but a poor touch meant he had to hurry his shot and he dragged it wide. Minutes later a Chris Jones free kick was headed wide by Matthew Beynon. On 59 minutes the Ferry had a goal disallowed for offside, a Mark Jones header was goalbound but in trying to make sure an offside Luke Bowen helped it in. Lido regained the lead on 63 minutes when Sean Hanbury picked up a loose clearance and slotted the ball past McFenton. Sam Baker was forced off with an injury and was replaced by Michael McCalmon who was making his first appearance from the bench. Cameron Berry fired in a shot which whistled just past the post as the Ferry looked for the equaliser. Mark Jones then was unable to direct a free header and it went wide then into the last 10 minutes and he had another opportunity but was denied by a superb block by Matthew Beynon, the ball going out for a corner. Taylor Evans replaced Owen Williams and Callum Dougal another making a first appearance off the bench replaced Ioan Evans. There were 6 minutes of added time which Lido negotiated successfully for another important win.