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Blackpool Wren Rovers



Website last updated: 25 Jan, 2015 @ 12:16

Match Report


Blackpool Wren Rovers

Oli Crolla (1)

Sat 17 Jan, 2015

Attendance: 75




Slyne With Hest


Today saw Wrens take on Slyne With Hest trying to take back back the top slot with only 2 fixtures survived the bad weather conditions, the defeat means that our title challenge took a major blow as Charnock now have a 2 game and 1 point advantage over Wrens going into the final third of the season, Today's defeat brought to an end a 21 league match unbeaten run at home. The last team to beat us was Eagley on 23/08/13. Wrens needed the win as Charnock Richards game against Crooklands falling foul of the weather.


The 1st half saw both sides trying to gain the upper hand with neither side looking like scoring but with Slyne having the upper hand the match arrived at half time goalless despite numerous attempts to see the game resolve itself in favour of the opposition.


The 2nd half saw the visitors take control of the match as Slyne took the lead on 53 minutes. Inspired substitutions saw Wrens get themselves back into the match as Oli Crolla came on as a substitute for Micky Clark on 67 minutes for him to equalise within 60 seconds to level the scores. The final 20 minutes saw Wrens try to snatch a victory from the jaws of defeat due to the inspired substitutions of the management team.


The cruellest blow of all came in stoppage time as Slyne got the winner on 93 minutes to seriously dent Wrens chance of the title but see themselves climb to 3rd place in the league just behind Wrens.


Next week sees Wrens travel to Crooklands in the league with a 2pm kick off.

Starting line up

  • Andy Speight

    "Speighty" is a commanding, vocal goalkeeper who instills confidence in the defensive line and is a good character to have at the club. He shows leadership with his committment to training and demands a high level of performance from his team...

  • Nick Corless

    Nick aka 'Nashers the cowardly lion' is another youngster who came up through the Under 18's and Reserves like his brother Chris, and has firmly established himself as a first team regular. Nashers began life in the first team as a right bac...

  • Ben Seear

  • Danny Pickering

    Danny, better known as 'Pickers' or 'Picklesby', is a very intelligent footballer. As a youngster he played upfront, reputedly scoring many goals, but now operates very successfully in a deep-lying central midfield ro...

  • Anthony Pearson

    Tony "Prizefighter" Pearson is a fearsome competitor who takes his football very seriously. Tony has excellent defensive attributes - adores a tackle, knocks a great ball, has good positional sense, is always up for a battle with any str...

  • Chris Morris

  • Ric Seear

  • Mickey Clark

  • Danny Morris

  • Gary Pett

    Mr Pett has made an instant impression following his move to the club in the 2014/2015 season. His workrate is an example for every single player to follow. He scores goals. He is versatile. He doesn't have a big ego. He doesn't winge. We haven't...

  • Nick Greenall

    Nick is a quality left-sided player with a cannon for a left foot. Operates comfortably at left back and also in midfield when needed. Has all the attributes to be a good defender, being strong in the tackle, quick, good in the air with good posit...

Substitutes used

  • Oli Crolla

  • Lee Tobin

  • Alex Taylor

Substitutes not used

  • Fran Donaghy

  • Jordan Dowthwaite

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