Dunston UTS vs Shildon AFC

August 12, 2014
Score: 2 - 4

Match Report

Another Good Win

Shildon AFC were at Dunston UTS on Tuesday 12th August 2014 for their first away game of the season and once again scored 4 goals, winning the game 4 – 2.

Dunston got off to a flying start taking the lead after only 5 minutes when a 35 yard cross come shot from Danny Halliday went over Keith Finch into the back of the net.

Shildon were sluggish early on but got stronger as the game progressed. After getting into their rhythm they leveled on 35 minutes with a great team move finished off by Mark Hudson.

Half Time:  Dunston ATS  1  Shildon AFC  1

Five minutes after the break a brilliant 4 man team effort saw Shildon’s centre forward Paul Connor fire low into the bottom corner.

Just after, Mark Hudson’s fierce shot skimmed the bar.

On 76 minutes a Hudson perfect cross from the left found Carl Jones who powerfully headed over the keeper for 3 – 1, the goal a carbon copy of the one he scored on Saturday against Billingham.

Shildon were in control and playing attractive passing football and justifiably went 4 – 1 up from another great team effort with man-of-the-match Mark Hudson finishing off the move by hammering the ball in off the post.

However, a minute later Dunston got their 2nd of the night when Andy Bulford turned and into the far corner.

Right at the end Ben Wood was unlucky not to score when his shot hit the post.

Final Score:  Dunston UTS  2  Shildon AFC  4

Goalscorers:  Hudson 35, 79, Connor 50, Jones 76.

Subs:  Garvie for Connor 76, Greulich-Smith for Rae 79

Bookings:  (Y)  Scroggins 50, Richardson 62.

Man-of-the-Match:  Mark Hudson.  There were several good performances tonight including Darren Craddock, Carl Jones & Micky Rae.

After the match manager Gary Forrest said “A good all round team performance. Dunston are a physical side and don’t give you time to settle, but after a slow start we were in control most of the game. Two games played – 8 goals for and 2 goals against isn’t bad”.


Venue Information

UTS Stadium


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