Dover Athletic 2 Bath City 0
Dover's Billy Bricknell hits the post with
this effort against Bath City at Crabble on
Picture: Terry Scott
Dover Athletic extended their unbeaten run under new manager
Chris Kinnear to five matches with a 2-0 win over Bath City at
Crabble on Saturday.
Although Whites finished comfortable winners, they had one or
two nervy moments early on, notably when Bath midfielder Adam
Connolly hit the bar after 15 minutes and soon after, Dover keeper
Mitch Walker tipped a Charlie Griffin header on to the
But leading scorer Ben May edged Whites in front with his 17th
goal of the season on 24 minutes and although Bath continued to
pass the ball around neatly in midfield, they weren’t able to
repeat their early penetration.
And their skipper, Gethin Jones, virtually sealed his side’s
fate when he turned a 70th-minute Lloyd Harrington corner into his
Walker had little to do in the closing stages as Whites took
full control and substitute Billy Bricknell almost added a third
goal when his cross-shot bounced away off the far post.
Whites, who remain third in Blue Square Bet South, are in action
again on Tuesday with an away game against Maidenhead.
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