Deeping back to form with good away win
Rangers bounced back from the Rothwell defeat to score within 30 seconds of the start and left the Alfred Hall Memorial Ground with all 3 points for the ..
first time in 4 visits.
Deeping’s Tom Smith sent a ball into the home box, Scott Mooney’s delightful touch allowed Scott Coupland to smash the ball past Tim Trebes to score on 25 seconds.
Rangers were buoyant, Dan Schiavi’s pass split the Eynesburu defence for Mooney to bear down on goal, his effort being held by Trebes, Henry Dunn’s picked out Schiavi who saw his blast from 20 yards rebound from the upright.
The home side started to compete, Hayden Bream’s corner was headed clear by Luke Hunnings where Dom Lawless’ first time shot cannoned off Jonny Clay with Smith finishing the clearance.
Rovers’ Declan Rogers nicked a short ball from Charlie Coulson, he fed Lawless to drive at goal where Richard Stainsby saved well.
The Clarets extended their lead on 32 mins, Schiavi was fouled by Bream 30 yards out, his response was to curl the free kick into the top corner past the helpless Trebes.
Eyensbury’s Jordan Brown cut inside, his pass allowed Bream a shooting opportunity that was wide of the target, at the other end Dunn’s pass freed Dan Flack to cross for Coupland, this time his attempt was wide of the far post.
Half Time – Eynesbury Rovers 0 Deeping Rangers 2
Rangers increased their lead within a minute of the restart, Mooney collected wide, his cross into the home goal area saw an attempted clearance hit Jack Uttridge and nestle in the corner of the net (for an OG).
Rovers got back in the game on 52 mins, Lawless curling in a 25 yard free kick into the top corner.
This buoyed the home side and the game a more competitive tussle where both defences kept their opponents well away from their goal and chances became scarce.
Eynesbury’s Nathan Westley sent in a deep cross Curtis Hartley rose but the header was straight at Stainsby, Dunn dispossessed Westley, his pull back found Coupland to shoot with Uttridge blocking well and being cleared.
After the disappointing result of Saturday, the Clarets showed the character to put on a good performance to run out worthy winners.
Full Time – Eynesbury Rovers 1 Deeping Rangers 3
Referee: Nicholas Fuller
Assistants: Paul Dobbs and Paul Gregory
Attendance - 73