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FOOTBALL: Terras and Magpies match updates
Updated 5:49pm Saturday 26th October 2013 in Sport
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- Adam Summers will be reporting from the Bob Lucas Stadium where the Terras will be bidding for a potentially lucrative spot in the first round proper of the FA Cup, while David Williams will be following the fortunes of the Magpies. To get involved Tweet us your comments and photos by using #Terras and #youaremymagpies.
We weren't disgraced and played ok #terras— @moorsy11 26 October 2013
Oh yeah. Not only will Chiles not darken our doors this FA Cup, we can now concentrate on league. Yeay #Terras— @ConnorKinsella 26 October 2013
@bkterras A bloody good effort lads! Unlucky not to get anything from it!! But you can all hold your heads up high!!! Played great!! #terras— @leelee175 26 October 2013
Singing Michael Jackson's'She's out of my life' but with diferent words. 'We're out of the cup' Somehow it just works #Terras— @ConnorKinsella 26 October 2013
FT: Weymouth 1 Braintree 2
MAGPIES: Dorchester 0 Basingstoke 4
Magpies did hit the woodwork a couple of times today but their problems in defence were clear to see.
Too often they were caught flat-footed but with resources stretched results like these are always a possibility.
CHANCE: Free-kick comes in and the ball falls to Mark Ford at the far post but his weak shot goes straight at the keeper
Weymouth are firing the ball into the box at every opportunity
MAGPIES: Walker-Harris has been named the sponsors' man of the match today and had it not been for him we could have been looking at a Whitehawk again or worse.
Attendance is 435. A dceent crowd compated to the rest of the season but those that have come to watch the Magpies won't have enjoyed the expeience, especially after the Maidenhead victory.
GOAL! Weymouth 1 Braintree 2. Sam Poole heads in following a corner
TERRAS: Wells for Clay
TERRAS: Yetton shoots wide from 25 yards.
MAGPIES: Dorch 0 Basingstoke 4
Great goal for Basinsgtoke as the two substitutes combine.
Dunn beats Jermyn to ball near halfway, runs clear down left, swings it across for Barrett and he drives a crisp, low shot into the corner.
It's still Weymouth 0 Braintree 2
WOODWORK! Mulley races through and hits the outside of a post for Braintree
TERRAS: It looks like we are going to have a change of referee. We are. An injury has seen one of his assistants take the whistle
TERRAS: There really is nothing happening here. Braintree are stifling the hosts and still threatening now and again at the other end. Weymouth are getting very little quality service to their strikers.
MAGPIES: No comeback on the cards just yet for Dorch with 65mins gone here.
Crittenden did have the ball in the Basingstoke net earlier but it was ruled out for a foul in the build up.
Partridge went close after out-pacing Vickers.
TERRAS: 60mins: Ford for McConnell
TERRAS: Very quiet here at the moment. Braintree still in control.
TERRAS: The attendance has been given as 775 but to us in the Press box there looks a lot more
MAGPIES: Second half just kicked off.
TERRAS: We are back underway
Could easily be 3-0 Braintree but fresh start for 2nd half and FA Cup glory beckons #Terras— @ConnorKinsella 26 October 2013
MAGPIES: Dorch 0 Basingstoke 3
Could this be Whitehawk all over again?
Let's hope not!
Think today's match might be slipping away from us... Just a bit... #youaremymagpies— @Ian_Evans 26 October 2013
HT: Weymouth 0 Braintree 2
WOODWORK! Dan Holman's deflected shot is pushed on to the post by Jason Matthews, who then reacts well to block the rebound
MAGPIES: Dorch 0 Basingstoke 3
It's that man Williams again who makes it 3-0 on 41mins.
Picks up the ball just outside Magpies area goes into the box and blasts a superb shot into the top corner.
MAGPIES: Dorch 0 Basingstoke 2.
'Stoke double their lead when a free-kick by Daly loops up off Crittenden and Williams side foots in on 39mins.
CHANCE! Holman flashes a shot wide for Bideford
MAGPIES: Two bookings for Basingstoke in quick succession and some nice play from Dorch involving Goodship, Rowley and Wakefield.
It seems Calvin Brooks did come off with a knock so we'll have to see after the game what the problem was...
Still 1-0 to Basingstoke.
MAGPIES: 31mins Steve Walker has come on for Calvin Brooks in what looks to be a tactical change.
No obvious signs of any injury to Brooks and Walker goes into centre back.
MAGPIES: 27mins Dorch have gone from three at the back to four but they are still being breahced too easily.
This time goalscorer McAuley beats offside trap with ease but Walker-Harris is quick off his line to block well.
SUB: Carney on for Habergham (Braintree)
MAGPIES: 16mins Much better stuff from the Magpies and they have gone close twice in the last few minutes.
First, Goodship flashed a shot wide then captain Jermyn just struck the bast of a post with a cracking low shot.
GOAL! Weymouth 0 Braintree 2. James Mulley crosses and Sean Marks turns in a diving header
CHANCE! Barry McConnell crosses and Luke Burbidge slides in at the far post, only to see his effort go straight at keeper Nathan McDonald
CHANCE! Braintree striker Daniel Holman stings the palms of Jason Matthews
CHANCE! Luke Burbidge strikes wide of the target for Weymouth from 18 yards
MAGPIES: It's a good job Calvin Brooks is alert. Matt Partridge looks to be clean through but Brooks gets back to block his shot for a corner.
Not the start the hosts were hoping for. Still, plenty of time left...
MAGPIES: Dorch 0 Basingstoke 1
Three minutes in and the visitors have taken the lead through Shaun McAuley, smashing in a cross from the left that the defence couldn't deal with.
GOAL! Weymouth 0 Braintree 1. Great hit from Matt Paine from 20 yards finds the bottom left corner of the net.
TERRAS: Positive start from Weymouth
MAGPIES: Under way at the Avenue.
TERRAS: We are underway here at the Bob Lucas Stadium
The pre-match handshakes #terras http://t.co/v6tBQuSB2Y— @Dorsetechosport 26 October 2013
The Iron: McDonald, Peters, Isaac, Paine, Davis, Habergham, Marks, Holman, Massey, Wells, Mulley. Subs: Sparkes, Daley, Carney, Enver-Marum, Hamann, Griffiths, Cox.
MAGPIES: Teams are in and there's one change to the Magpies' starting line-up from last weekend as Neil Martin replaces Harry Bell.
Team: Walker-Harris, Crittenden, Smeeton, Jermyn (c), Vickers, Brooks, Wakefield, Gleeson, Goodship, Rowley, Martin.
Subs: Walker, Munday, Twyford, Rolls, Beasley.
Basingstoke: Wells, Smart, Green, Partridge, Gasson, Ray, Daly (c), McAuley, Matthews, Williams, Jenkinson.
Subs: Dunn, Barrett, Ibe, Campbell, Debattista
Ref: Lee Vennamore (East Barming)
Must be nearly time to go to football, it's raining #youaremymagpies— @tombezzaaa 26 October 2013
Not often that you randomly discover that someone in your location is also a @DorchTownFC fan! Nice. #youaremymagpies— @Ian_Evans 25 October 2013
Terras: Matthews, McConnell, M Walker, Clay, N Walker, Poole, Burbidge, Allen, Yetton, Joyce, S Walker. Subs: Tewkesbury, Sharpe, Wells, Winsper, Symes, Groves, Ford
MAGPIES: Just taken my seat in the press box here at the Avenue on a rather damp and breezy day in Dorchester.
Shouldn't be long before we get some team news and it will be interesting to see if Phil Simkin makes any changes after the Magpies' win at Maidenhead last Saturday.
Steve Walker and Neil Martin are available again but will the boss change a winning side?
Weymouth sharpen up ahead of today's huge FA Cup tie #terras http://t.co/YT42MKs2uu— @Dorsetechosport 26 October 2013
Well, not long now.....#terras— @terras4ever 26 October 2013
Can Stewart Yetton be the hero for the Terras again today?
The in-form striker has scored 13 goals in all competitions since his summer move to the Bob Lucas Stadium, which has included 11 in his last 10 games.
FA CUP Day, #terras— @WinsperWBA 26 October 2013
Off to football in a bit #comeonyouterras #terras— @moorsy11 26 October 2013
2 hours until kickoff! #buzzing #terras— @moorsy11 26 October 2013
Dorchester Town picked up a morale-boosting victory at Maidenhead last weekend but still sit second bottom of Skrill South.
Can they follow up the joy of that success with another win against Basingstoke this afternoon?
Basingstoke currently sit 12th with 16 points from 11 games but they have lost four of their last five in all competitions.
Will Brendon King make changes to his starting XI today?
Here's Weymouth's line-up from last Saturday's FA Trophy triumph over Bridgwater Town:
Terras: Matthews, McConnell, M Walker, Clay, N Walker, Poole, Burbidge, Allen, Yetton, Joyce, S Walker. Subs: Cafer, Symes, Winsper, Groves, Ford.
Braintree have lost just one of their last eight games in the Conference and come into today's game off the back of a 3-0 win over Chester City.
Weymouth currently lie 11th in the Calor League Southern Premier Division while Braintree Town sit 4th in the Conference. That equates to a difference of 53 places in the non-League set-up. The question is can the Terras bridge that gap today?
RT @JSkinner1588: Good luck to the Terra's today!! Massive FA CUP WIN!! #UpTheTerras @bkterras @theterras @MickyGreeno @swalksy7— @Shaunblondz 26 October 2013
RT @moorsy11: I'm buzzing for today's match #facup #terras— @JackbcfcSmith 26 October 2013
Fancy Weymouth causing few upsets today #Terras— @charlieholland0 26 October 2013
Get down to the bob Lucas stadium and support the team in the fa cup today. #weymouth #terras #weymouthfc #Coyt #facup— @moorsy11 26 October 2013
Thanks for all the good luck messages, keep them coming in @bkterras #facup #terras #wembley #wewantfive!— @theterras 26 October 2013
@MickyGreeno @mark_wratten @bkterras @theterras we are behind you just give us 110% as per normal. #GoodLuck #Terras #FACup— @StoneIain 26 October 2013
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