After   a   pitch   inspection   had   pronounced   the   O.K.   to   play,   Aberdare   welcomed   the   unbeaten   Canton   Liberal   for   a floodlit encounter. Prior   to   the   game   both   sets   of   players   gave   their   backing   to   the   month   of   action   against   racism   with   the   campaign   of   “Show Racism   the   Red   Card”   -   racism   has   no   place   in   football   or   in   society   and   as   a   Club   we   do   not   condone   any   forms   of discrimination. The hosts again had to make several changes to their line-up in defence, midfield and attack which does not help continuity. After   the   visitors   had   an   early   header   from   a   corner   just   wide,   they   took   the   lead   on   13   minutes   when   a   long   free   kick   from   the left was not dealt with giving Andre Phillips an easy finish. Phillips did not have long to enjoy his goal as, by 28 minutes he was sent off after two quick yellow cards. Aber   nearly   took   advantage   as   a   Ryan   Boulton   free   kick   hit   the   crossbar.   However,   on   38   minutes   a   long   ball   to   the   left   wing allowed Chris Quick to shoot under Liam Pryor for Canton's second. Just   2   minutes   into   the   second   half   a   free   kick   from   the   left   by   Canton's   Nile   White   went   through   everyone   for   a   decisive   third goal. As   is   usual,   Aberdare   continued   to   play   their   fluent   football   but   came   up   against   an   uncompromising   defence   which   were
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Match Report Aberdare 0 Canton Liberal 4
by Ray Pearce
Friday 8 October 2021 | 19:30 | Aberaman Park
Aberdare 0-4 Canton Liberal
n/a
LINE-UP
1 Liam Pryor 3 Amenye Ndele 4 Scott Reader 5 Morgan Rowling 7 Brenin Wert 8 Ryan Boulton 9 Sanna Jawo 10 Aaron Rees 11 Noal Searl 16 Brychan Davies 17 Simon Grmay
SUBSTITUTES 2 Yusuf Ali 6 Abs Camara 12 Gabe Butts 14 Ibby Djilla 15 Kian Johnson REFEREE Ryan Tudor
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Player of the Match
getting   back   in   numbers   and   happy   to   block   anything,   with   their   No.1   Cohen   Riella   making   two   good   saves   when   Aber   got through. Unfortunately, the 80th minute saw a challenge in the hosts penalty area resulting in a spot kick with Abs Camara sent off. Goalkeeper Riella was entrusted with the 12 yard attempt which he netted for 4-0. Right on full time a melee on half way resulted in another dismissal for both sides as both teams finished with 9 men.                                                                                          This   was   the   first   time   Aberdare   had   not   scored   in   a   home   match   but   was   also   the   sixth   occasion   they   had   conceded   4   or more goals in all their games. Next up is Saturday's local derby fixture at home to FC Cwmaman. A 2.30 start and a good attendance is anticipated.
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After   a   pitch   inspection   had   pronounced   the   O.K.   to play,     Aberdare     welcomed     the     unbeaten     Canton Liberal for a floodlit encounter. Prior   to   the   game   both   sets   of   players   gave   their   backing to   the   month   of   action   against   racism   with   the   campaign of   “Show   Racism   the   Red   Card”   -   racism   has   no   place   in football   or   in   society   and   as   a   Club   we   do   not   condone any forms of discrimination. The   hosts   again   had   to   make   several   changes   to   their line-up   in   defence,   midfield   and   attack   which   does   not help continuity. After   the   visitors   had   an   early   header   from   a   corner   just wide,   they   took   the   lead   on   13   minutes   when   a   long   free kick   from   the   left   was   not   dealt   with   giving Andre   Phillips an easy finish. Phillips   did   not   have   long   to   enjoy   his   goal   as,   by   28 minutes he was sent off after two quick yellow cards. Aber   nearly   took   advantage   as   a   Ryan   Boulton   free   kick hit   the   crossbar.   However,   on   38   minutes   a   long   ball   to the   left   wing   allowed   Chris   Quick   to   shoot   under   Liam Pryor for Canton's second. Just   2   minutes   into   the   second   half   a   free   kick   from   the left   by   Canton's   Nile   White   went   through   everyone   for   a decisive third goal. As    is    usual,    Aberdare    continued    to    play    their    fluent football     but     came     up     against     an     uncompromising defence   which   were   getting   back   in   numbers   and   happy
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Match Report Aberdare 0 Canton Liberal 4
by Ray Pearce
Friday 8 October 2021 | 19:30 | Aberaman Park
Aberdare 0-4 Canton Liberal
n/a
Player of the Match
LINE-UP
1 Liam Pryor 3 Amenye Ndele 4 Scott Reader 5 Morgan Rowling 7 Brenin Wert 8 Ryan Boulton 9 Sanna Jawo 10 Aaron Rees 11 Noal Searl 16 Brychan Davies 17 Simon Grmay
SUBSTITUTES 2 Yusuf Ali 6 Abs Camara 12 Gabe Butts 14 Ibby Djilla 15 Kian Johnson REFEREE Ryan Tudor
to   block   anything,   with   their   No.1   Cohen   Riella   making two good saves when Aber got through. Unfortunately,   the   80th   minute   saw   a   challenge   in   the hosts    penalty    area    resulting    in    a    spot    kick    with   Abs Camara sent off. Goalkeeper    Riella    was    entrusted    with    the    12    yard attempt which he netted for 4-0. Right    on    full    time    a    melee    on    half    way    resulted    in another   dismissal   for   both   sides   as   both   teams   finished with 9 men.                                                                                          This   was   the   first   time   Aberdare   had   not   scored   in   a home   match   but   was   also   the   sixth   occasion   they   had conceded 4 or more goals in all their games. Next   up   is   Saturday's   local   derby   fixture   at   home   to   FC Cwmaman.    A    2.30    start    and    a    good    attendance    is anticipated.
Photo by Dave Sweet