Match Report: Bristol Telephones 1 Warminster Town 7
Thank you to Rob McFerran assistant manager Warminster Town FC for this report.
Warminster town have now climbed to the heady heights of second in the Toolstation Div 1 after an emphatic win away at Bristol Telephones.
The visitors scored after only two minutes when Reece Collyers low driven free kick was met by George Butler on the edge of the six yard box, who coolly finished giving the keeper no chance. In the 18th minute Jack Miluk was on the scoresheet after he converted Harry Barnes cross from the left hand side.
On the half hour the home team pulled a goal back when Warminster were punished for giving away cheap free kicks in their own half. Osbourne's powerful header from the set play went unchallenged giving Narthan Ball no chance.
Just before half time Warminster scored again courtesy of an own goal after good work from George Butler who's cross come shot was diverted in to his own net by Connors.
Warminster started the second half brightly and extended their lead after five minutes when Harry Barnes bent his free kick around the wall and into the bottom corner to make it four one to the visitors.
On the hour Jack Miluk scored again after latching on to a long through ball, he still had plenty to do with the attentions of two defenders, as the keeper came out to narrow the angle Miluk made no mistake with his neat finish to make the score five one.
Ten minutes from the end Warminster scored the best goal of the game when Harry Barnes perfect cross from the left wing was met by George Butler who volleyed home from eight yards out.
Jake Wright scored the final goal of the game to wrap up an emphatic seven one win.
Next Saturday Warminster travel to Bridport in the FA Vase, a sterner test may be on the cards but they can travel to the south coast full of confidence.
Nathan Ball, Joel Sissons, Stewart Lisowski, Henry Mcferran, Sam Wright, Jake Herd, Reece Collyer, Charlie Walton, Jack Miluk, George Butler, Harry Barnes, James Chenery-Bowden, Nick Taylor, Jake Wright.