Moles make it three wins from four

Lynton Goss. Picture: Marc Keinch
Lynton Goss. Picture: Marc Keinch

Aylesbury FC continued their positive start to the season with a third win in four as they came from behind to beat North Greenford United and go second in the Division One Central table.

James Dobson and Lynton Goss threatened early on but it was a stunning George Moore free-kick that arrowed into the top corner which saw the deadlock broken.

Aylesbury responded well with Gareth Price almost forcing the equaliser before Jeanmal Prosper headed home a corner to take the sides into half-time all square.

The opening 20 minutes of the second involved a lot of huffing and puffing from both sides without much quality and a draw appeared the most likely outcome.

That all changed 10 minutes from time, however, when FC netted twice in a minute as Dobson made no mistake from a few yards out before Ryan O’Toole coolly slipped the ball under the advacning keeper to seal the points.

Report by Jools Thomas