Slazenger’s seconds followed on from their great result last week with another solid victory against highly placed Ben Rhydding thirds.
Slazenger’s have a new found confidence and this showed straight from the off, the whole team linking up well to create a number of chances with Neil Croucher at the centre of much of the play. The pressure paid off mid way through the half with Tim Carr getting a subtle touch past the keeper to give Slazenger’s the lead. After a half time reshuffle, Slazenger’s began the second half with more shape and persistently caused the Ben Rhydding defence problems.
Tim Carr grabbed his second goal with another good finish. The Slazenger’s keeper was a spectator throughout thanks to the solid duo of Eddie Taylor and Murray Amesbury at the back. And after James Walker had made it three after some surprisingly unselfish play by Croucher, Tim Carr sealed a great win by completing his hat-trick.
Slazenger’s will look to continue their run of good form away at high flying Sheffield University Bankers fourths on Saturday.