This was a very one-sided match, with the game over as a contest by the end of the first period as Charlie Westmacott scored the first hat-trick of his 7 goal haul, and Jack Meehan opening his own tally on the way to his hat-trick. 

 

Salisbury were pressed by a strong midfield of William Rossdale, Jack Sluman, Luke Walter, Thomas Norman and debutant Archie Davis, who were dominant at the start of the match. In the first period, Salisbury only managed to exit their half 3 times, each attack was stopped by the defense of Thomas Dyer, Freddie O’Hara, George Coltart.

 

Salisbury started the second period with a much-improved performance and the game began to ebb and flow. Debutant Jack Jones came off the bench and was straight into the action with some important tackles as Romsey’s defense held strong. Normal service resumed with Jack Meehan, Charlie Westmacott and Thomas Norman all scoring.

 

The final period was similar to the second, with Romsey dominating possession and field position, however, Salisbury did manage a few meaningful attacks but Romsey managed to defend well without giving away any short corners.

 

Romsey’s Goalie Oliver O’Hara weathered the boredom of not being in the game and finished with an impressive stat of being the only player on the pitch not to have touched the ball.

 

The match finished with the home team winning by 11 goals to Nil.

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