Bustleholme 0 AFCW 11

Kyle Brady was the main man as AFC Wulfrunians defeated Bustleholme 11-0. His impressive performance was rewarded with four goals as Wulfrunians tore through the home side.

 

Wulfs took their time in grabbing the initiative, and it was Bustleholme who had the first major opportunity of the game. Ashley Campbell saw his one-on-one effort graze the post early on.

 

The deadlock was broken on 39 minutes as Scott Embrey’s cross from the right was converted by Thompson from close range. Wulfs’ lead was doubled four minutes later when Brady rifled home his first after Jordan Perks had played him in.

 

Perks was again the provider as Brady added another just seven minutes into the second half. He’d again been put one-on-one before calmly slotting the ball past the ‘keeper. Just a minute later AFC were at it again as Thompson’s cross was headed towards goal by Brady before Nathan Rose-Laing bundled the ball over the line.

 

Rose-Laing added his second when he slid in at the back post following a great cross by Thompson. Wulfrunians could have piled even more misery on to Bustleholme had Brady not slipped over inside the penalty area when the whole goal was at his mercy.

 

Brady made up for his slip just two minutes later when he capitalised on a poor ball back to the ‘keeper to take it round him and apply a finish into the empty net.

 

Liam Wilkinson got himself on the scoresheet after yet another assist from Perks. He powered his right footed strike past the ‘keeper’s outstretched hand to score Wulfs’ seventh.

 

Wulfrunians’ lead was increased in comical fashion by substitute Jake Webb. Brady’s ball into the box fell to Webb, whose shot went straight at the ‘keeper. The save came straight back at Webb, striking him in the chest and somehow ending up in the net.

 

Webb also played a part in the next goal as his fantastic cross in the build-up was headed down by Tom Piggott into the path of Brady, who applied a simple finish.

 

Dave Asbury added another late on for Wulfs after Perks had dribbled past three players. Asbury sprinted from inside his own half to be on hand to finish a move that involved Perks’ fourth assist of the game.

 

Perks added a goal of his own late on when Webb played the ball across the box to him for a simple finish from inside the six-yard box.

 

This was Wulfs’ eighth consecutive win and it kept them just three points behind league leaders Lye Town.

 

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