T. 2 Redhill 2
Sat 15th Oct,
County League Division 1
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Peacehaven's frustrating home
form continued as they conceded an injury time
equaliser to drop two points against Redhill.
Peacehaven have won only two home league matches
this season, which is clearly not promotion
form, and with Rye dropping more points at home
to Lancing, this was a wasted opportunity.
Neither of these sides has lived
up to expectations so far this campaign, and
their strengths and weaknesses were evident in
an untidy encounter. The previous four matches
against the Surrey side had produced a total of
seventeen goals and this trend continued in an
alarmingly open match.
Shaun Saunders continues to
rebuild his squad, with Liam O'Brien arriving
from Shoreham, Harry Coker becoming the latest
to follow Bryan O'Toole from Saltdean and Ryan
Bradley returning from Crawley Down. Welcome as
these arrivals are, the club was destablised at
the start of the season by an inflated squad,
and the challenge for Saunders will be to avoid
this scenario being repeated.
Peacehaven made a perfect start,
with Adam Kneller steering in his fourth goal of