Barham got back quickly to winning ways with a classy performance against Beverley Whitestar. The start was a little scrappy but once the passing started to flow the result really wasn’t in doubt.
The first goal on 10 mins came from a good build up with a dangerous ball played low in front of the Beverley 6 yard box. This enables Ingham to notch his first. Barham did let Beverley briefly back into the game with a clearance failing to find a yellow shirt allowing the ball to come straight back and a speculative finish brought the game level.
Barham work patiently though, knocking the ball around cleverly and with thought. It was only a matter of time before opportunities came their way. Just before half time a good corner from Tyas found Ingham at the far post for a solid header to put Barham back in front.
Barham continued with the fluent play before half time and after. On 51 mins Almeida was played through and having rounded the keeper put the ball in via the post. Now it was time to kill the game off and on 60 mins it should have happened with Ingham earning a penalty, however having won it he couldn’t convert it and the game remained 3-1.
Barhams fourth goal came on 72mins after a good ball in found Varney who glanced the header into the corner of the net, quite a goal.
McKenzie and Skelton were dominant in midfield, Tyas made the triangle and this was working well with Inglis and Ingham on either wing and Almieda on the last man. Irwin and Mitchell looked unfazed at the back with Clark and Morrill making some excellent runs forward.
It was Robson and Varney who sparked the game into action and put three goals on the scoresheet with their contribution. Following Varneys goal on 72, Mckenzie got himself into a good postion to slot in a fifth with a tidy finish, and the game ended with Ingham getting his deserved hat-trick with a strike from 25 yards looping over the bedraggled keeper to make the final score Barham 6, Beverley 1.