17 August 2014

Cambridge City 1 Truro City 1

Josh Beech’s second half penalty ensured Cambridge City took a point from their first home game of the new season. City had the better of the opening minutes, with Danny Kelly and Callum Donnelly in particular looking threatening. But Truro also created two good chances from set pieces thanks to Jake Ash and evergeen veteran striker Barry Hales. The visitors grew into the game as the first half wore on and took the lead on the half hour after a spell of pressure when Isaac Vassell’s strike took a deflection off Will Lawton and beat City keeper Zac Barrett. Yet City got back on level terms in the 64th minute. Donnelly was brought down by Truro keeper Kyle Moore and Beech slotted home the resulting spot kick. Both sides pushed for the winner, with City coming closest after Kelly’s first-time strike from the edge of the box rattled the underside of the crossbar. However, both sides would have to settle for a share of the spoils. Read more: http://www.cambridge-news.co.uk/Sport/Cambridge-City/Josh-Beech-penalty-earns-Cambridge-City-a-point-against-Truro-City-20140816164408.htm#ixzz3Adyl06S8

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