Dereham on FA Vase trail
DEREHAM Town earned an FA Vase second round trip to either Yaxley or Kirkley & Pakefield on November 15.Dereham Town 4, Newmarket 2DANIEL Buhlemann made his debut for the Magpies on Saturday against a Jockeys outfit top of Ridgeons One with an unbeaten league record.
DEREHAM Town earned an FA Vase second round trip to either Yaxley or Kirkley & Pakefield on November 15.
Dereham Town 4, Newmarket 2
DANIEL Buhlemann made his debut for the Magpies on Saturday against a Jockeys outfit top of Ridgeons One with an unbeaten league record.
The ex-King's Lynn player slotted in at centre back enabling manager Matti Henman to push skipper Graham Barrett into midfield, writes Rene Kendal.
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Dereham created the first chance in the eighth minute with Sam Willis threading the ball through to Mowbray who saw his left foot shot blocked by defender Murray for a corner which was cleared.
Terrington then delivered a great cross from a tight angle that Howell headed into Hulyer's arms. Mowbray had another effort saved by the visiting keeper by his left-hand post before Dereham won their fourth corner following a goalmouth scramble.
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Newmarket had their first sight of goal when Grainger nearly cashed in on a defensive lapse placing an 18-yard shot wide in the 18th minute.
The same player forced Higgs into a good save minutes later after some more casual defending.
In the 25th minute play was halted whilst Eastoe-Smith received treatment following a clash of heads with Eady, with the youngster able to continue after treatment.
He increased the tempo and immediately won a penalty in the 34th minute when Ollie Willis was up-ended by defender Bowden near the right byline.
Danny Beaumont confidently sent Hulyer the wrong way on the spot.
Newmarket were then also awarded a spot kick in the 40th minute when Salmons was needlessly kicked by Sam Willis in the box. Jamie Thurlburne made no mistake from 12 yards to make it all-square at the break.
Adam Smith replaced Jay Eastoe-Smith at half-time with the defender still suffering from his head injury.
Thurlburne curled a free-kick into Higgs' arms in the 50th minute before Beaumont had a close-range effort deflected over the top.
Dereham made their second substitution with Atkins replacing Mowbray.
In the 65th minute Beaumont stooped to head Sam Willis cross from the right wide and from the next attack Terrington volleyed over the bar following another well-worked move down the right.
Newmarket's Salmons was put clear by Shannoh. After bursting clear the striker's poorly-executed chip was easily claimed by the keeper.
The Magpies gained possession on the left with Beaumont crossing to the edge of the area towards Nicky Howell, who fired home a brilliant volley in the 68th minute.
Two minutes later Dereham increased their lead when Terrington chipped the ball forward, with defender Eady losing his footing gifting Danny Beaumont a free run at goal. The lively striker rounded keeper Hulyer before blasting home his second goal of the afternoon.
The Jockeys were not finished yet and soon reduced the deficit with Lee Salmons beating Higgs with a fine chip after winning the ball just outside the box in the 75th minute.
The visitors pressed for the equaliser but Dereham stood firm and they sealed victory on time.
Smith switched play superbly from the centre of the park to Beaumont who played a short pass inside to Paul Atkins, enabling the striker to turn and beat Hulyer with a low left-foot drive and put his side in the hat for the next round.
Dereham: J Higgs, O Willis, B Furlong, D Buhlemann, J Eastoe-Smith, D Beaumont, N Howell, S Willis, S Mowbray, T Barrett, C Terrington. Subs: A Smith, P Atkins, S Garner, S Roberts, J Hunt.