Won 7 – 2
Scorers: O. Neal (4), L. Norwood, B. Thomas, H. McCully
MoM: Ollie Neal
The Millers managed to increase both their goal-difference and their points tally this week, with a good performance against BromBeck.
Despite being in control early on, The Millers gave their visitors a one goal headstart. This proved to be the catalyst they needed and within five minutes of this ‘aberration’ The Millers were back in front leading 2-1 thanks to goals from Barry Thomas and Ollie Neal. By half-time the score was a respectable 3-1, with Neal having added to his personal tally.
A positive team talk saw an extremely dominant opening fifteen minutes to the second half which saw the home side move 6-1 ahead with goals from Leo Norwood, Henry McCully and, of course, the omnipresent Ollie Neal. The only fly in the ointment was a well taken breakaway goal from BromBeck which reduced the arrears. However, it was man of the match Ollie Neal who capped off a fine individual and excellent all round team performance with the seventh goal for Canterbury.
A tough away game this weekend could see The Millers leapfrog their opponents, Blackheath, and close in on third place.