Wingmakers return with the Points


Airbus UK Broughton continued their fine form from the previous week this time against Tomi Morgans Carmarthen Town, where the Wingmakers were dominant throughout.

Airbus` first away game of the new season saw an impressive display and result at Richmond Park, Manager Craig Harrison opted for only one change with Gio Feliciello coming in at left back in place of Rhys Roberts, also added to the Squad was Phil Clarke who`s clearance had come through in order for him to be selected in the squad.

A tentative opening from both sides saw Airbus take the lead on 7 mins, good work from Carl Owen beating the home defence with some clever play latching on to a through ball from Ryan Edwards, Owen raced clear only to be brought down by Lee Bevan just as he was about to pull the trigger, although many referees would have deemed Bevan as the last man and dismissed him Mr Stephens decided it was only worthy of a Yellow, Ryan Edwards dispatched the penalty dispite the home keeper getting a hand to it.

The remainder of the First half saw the Bus camped in Carmarthen`s half and creating numerous chances, on 15 mins Danny Des failed to connect properly with a header from a Matty Cook cross, and then following further good work Carl Own just cleared the cross bar with a 25 yard drive. Almost immediately Danny Desormeaux had the Wingmakers 2 up and made his goal tally 2 in 2 games after latching on to a through ball and beating the home custodian with ease despite the keepers best efforts.

Following more one way traffic the third Airbus goal came after some slack home defending inside the penalty box, the ball breaking to Andy Moran who passed the ball into the goal and in doing so opened his Airbus Account after missing the opportunity with a penalty against Llanelli the week before. Within a minute of Airbus seemingly securing the points in the 1st half the home side gained a much needed lift when Tim Hicks grabbed a goal back shooting past Rogers after a ball over the top of the Bus Defence.

Half Time 1-3

The Second half started with Carmarthen showing a little more intent without really fashioning any real clear cut chances, and it was not long before Airbus were soon back in command, as the half progressed the initiative that Airbus had shown was begining to bear fruit with Andy Moran at the hub of all things good from the Wingmakers. On 65 minutes the referee awarded a second Airbus penalty after Desormeaux was tripped , but despite a well drilled penalty from Edwards keeper Mike Lewis made a terrific save, indeed Lewis was having a fine game as did the Llanelli keeper the week previous, and Lewis was doing his best to keep the score down for Morgan`s men, the most unfortunate of Airbus players on the day was Carl Owen who Lewis denied time and time again, on another day Carlo would have got a hat trick.

It was Owen again who was through on goal following a dreadful backpass from debutant Lee Phillips and Owen was denied again by the impressive Lewis, only this time Moran was on hand to slot home the 4 and final goal for the Away side.

One last chance was to fall for Owen who had a header cleared off the line from a corner , surely knowing his luck was out on this particular day.

The only blemish on a fantastic team performance all round was the regrettable sending off of Gio Feliciello in the last minute for a 2nd yellow after a clumsy challenge, despite this each and every one of Harrison`s squad will be delighted with the way they dominated with the ball being fizzed around in the right manner, incisive fast flowing football that Harrison and his side kick Thomas like to see played is obviously bearing fruit.

1 Kristian Rogers 2 Ryan Edwards 3 Gio Feliciello 4 Matty Woodward 5 Mark Allen (c) 6 Ashley Williams 7 Jack Abraham 8 Danny Desormeaux 9 Andy Moran 10 Carl Owen 11 Matty Cook Subs: 12 Phil Clarke 14 Richie Dorman 15 Paul McManus

Next up for the Wingmakers is a difficult home test against Alan Morgan`s Aberystwyth Town on Sat 28th August with a 2.00pm Kick Off

Picture:(Striker Carl Owen denied a goal by impressive Mike Lewis)