Real Rosehill went into this fixture without Diney and George who were both carrying injuries. Rosehill had never beaten Aymer in any completion and the last two times we have played them have suffered with injuries and not being able to field a full team on both occasions.
This match meant a lot to Rosehill and were positive from the start on one of the worst pitches we have played on and bearing in mind it is Southwick Counties home pitch the conditions left a lot to be desired.
Rosehill got at Aymer from the start and scored in the 6th minute following a Craig Anderson corner for defensive midfielder Jack Doe to spring Suarez like and head the ball backwards to beat the Aymer keeper. Aymer then continued to press and at that stage were getting the better of the Rosehill midfield and Aymer went close with a couple of chances. On one occasion Adam Devlin, the Rosehill keeper launched himself to tip the ball over the bar and a world class save.
Rosehill against the wind then started to work their skilful pass and move football and from then on Rosehill started to dominate. Rosehill went into the break 1 up which we would have taken given the conditions and the wind against us.
In the second half Rosehill continued to dominate and the Aymer midfield were no match for Rosehill.
Rosehill had Gary Anderon back in his first game for 15 months following suspension and playing in front of the back four did an excellent job with Jack Doe and the other Rosehill midfielders to completely outplay AFC Aymer.
Rosehill looked solid at the back as well and never looked like conceding, Substitutions were made and Rosehill welcomed the debutants Nathan Hibbert-Morris and Will Sillsby who did an excellent job as did Jamie when he came on.
In the 65th minute Jack Doe was put through to score his second with a pin point shot beating the Aymer goalkeeper with an assist from Gary Anderson.
Rosehill continued to press and playing their game and Aymer were outplayed so much that led to the frustrated Aymer captain getting his marching orders with 20 to go for a hack at Gary Anderson, this time and hopefully for the future Gary "The Chav" Anderson kept his cool.
A stunning display from Rosehill was seen today, a strong defence, strong midfield and attack could have seen Rosehill hit 6 or 7.
Cannot single out any players really as was a complete team performance, but Max and Gary were simply outstanding as was Jack Doe with his two goals. A well earnt and well deserved 3 points for Rosehill.
Max who did not put a foot wrong got man of the match but unselfishly gave it to Gary Anderson for his amazing contribution.
Onto the next game on 10th November against East Brighton in the County Cup and a good win once again is on the cards. the league is still I our hands as we have played more games than the sides below us who are playing catch up with the fixtures and the other sides in the league will no doubt drop points in their games.