Ross Juniors Mens side had their first game for a few weeks on Saturday, and they travelled to Redbrook for an away fixture.
Ross was under the cosh straight away as Redbrook was very used to their short narrow pitch, but after ten minutes Ross went in front with an attack that all came from a throw in the Redbrook half. Shaun Aston played the ball up to Jack Bray, who put the cross to striker Tom Peachey, who slotted home, past the keeper, 1 - 0.
Redbrook made a break from kickoff and, with the efforts of keeper Bosco Barnett saving the ball, it rebounded onto the post and back into the keepers arms.
It was turning out to be a very even game, both teams had many chances to score. Just before the half-time interval, the vision of midfielder Dave Nicholls played a delightful ball through to forward Brad Wooding, who smashed it past the keeper to make it 2 - 0.
After the start of the second half, Ross tried to play the ball around but, as the pitch was very boggy, it was proving hard to do.
Redbrook created several chances, but Wayne Husbands and Kristian Milnes kept them at bay. Bosco also made some fine saves to keep the clean sheet alive.
With 75 minutes gone, Ross had a corner, Wooding took it and Milnes got his bullet headed into the back of the net. Just before the final whistle, Bray made run down the wing for a pin point cross onto Wooding with a volley to finish the game 4 - 0.
The Rub a Dub Dub Man of the Match went to Wayne Husbands for his solid performance in defence. Ross are at home on Saturday, February 4th, against Bream for a 2pm kickoff.