Away league match played on 15 November 2014.
Kicked off at 2:30 PM

Due to the consistent rain this week Malpas was more than likely going to be unplayable so the fixture was reversed to be at Pool School. Their pitch wasn't to bad bar the lakes on the goal lines. Trevenson did their best to clear most of the water and the ref deemed it playable. Newbridge were the better team throughout the game but could have gone behind in the first 10 minutes when the ref gave them a dubious penalty after the Trevenson players went down rather easy. Fortunately the resulting penalty was put wide and the scores stayed level. Newbridge then took the lead Joe Ashton put the ball into advancing centre back Kyle Jones, he put the ball through the Trevenson player's legs and James Tregay put the ball into the back of the net. Gareth Charles almost doubled the lead from a halfway line effort but the keeper made a good save to turn the ball out for a corner. Newbridge continued the pressure and double their advantage though Joe Ashton, his long run through the middle he was tackled by the defender but the ball came back off Joe and into the net..Newbridge player Kyle Jones then had to come off to clean up his bloody nose after getting what seemed deliberate elbow to the face from a corner but the ref never seen then incident so was unable to give anything. Elliot Baker then made it 3 after several crosses coming close Elliot had an effort himself and his shot bobbled over the top of the keeper, 3-0. Newbridge had more attempts to go further in front but put every effort over the bar. Half-time 3-0.

Newbridge could of done with the half not coming to an end, and from some poor sliced clearances from three of the defenders the ball bobbled out for a corner. From the resulting corner Trevenson pulled a goal back from melee in the box and it went into the top corner. This spurred Trevenson on and another chance to get one back was saved by Newbridge keeper Aaron Jones. After that it was all Newbridge and they made it 4-1 from a corner, James Tregay headed the ball across the goal and into the top corner. Trevenson felt the ball hadn't crossed the line but the ref gave the goal. Newbridge now looking much more comfortable and more attempts made it 5-1. James Tregay scored his hat-trick with another excellent finish giving the keeper no chance. Newbridge finished the game with another goal from Joe Ashton, he ran from the half way line passed three players and tucked it in under the goalkeeper. Joe Ashton could have had his hat-trick, he came from beyond the defender to score again but from shouts from the Trevenson defence the linesman put up his flag and the ref gave the offside. All in all it was a good performance for Newbridge who didn't really get out of second gear. Full-time 6-1

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