Isthmian League

Hythe Town vs Whitehawk

Results

BetVictor South East Division 2019-20

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Hythe Town
Whitehawk
0 - 1
Final Score
Duane Ofori-Acheampong - 1 (59')
Game Statistics
0 Yellow cards 0
0 Red cards 0
Game Timeline
KO
Charles Banya
32'
Duane Ofori-Acheampong
36'
Duane Ofori-Acheampong
59'
Dave Martin
69'
Duane Ofori-Acheampong
88'
James Broadbent
90'
FT

Whitehawk

Alfie Rogers Forward
Charles Banya Defender 32'
Connor Tighe Forward
Dave Martin Forward 69'
Duane Ofori-Acheampong Forward 59'
36'
88'
Fintan Walsh Defender
Henry Muggeridge Midfielder
Ian Robinson Defender
James Broadbent Goalkeeper 90'
John Paul Kissock Midfielder
Kacper Lopata Defender
Lew Unwin Midfielder
Lucas Rodrigues Forward
Luke Emberson Midfielder
Marvin Hamilton Defender
Rob Deda Midfielder

Recap

Hythe Town 0-1 Whitehawk

Nine-man Whitehawk survived a late Hythe Town onslaught to earn a crucial 3 points on the road in Kent.

The hosts could have led after just 5 minutes with Chris Kinnear heading narrowly wide following an early corner. This was followed up a few minutes later by a fast-paced attack from the Cannons, but it ended with Tom Carlton shooting well over the bar. The Hawks were dealt a blow after 16 minutes with captain Henry Muggeridge being unable to continue after sustaining a knee injury, with Rob Deda coming on to replace him. Both sides continued to trade attacks through the half, with the game being a physical affair with the referee letting quite a few questionable challenges go. Hythe looked quick on the break and 7 minutes from the half could’ve had the lead with Charlie Webster forcing a good save from Hawks keeper James Broadbent.

The Hawks started the second half with a chance of their own, though Lucas Rodrigues could only head wide a David Martin cross. It was however Whitehawk that made the breakthrough after 59 minutes following a free-kick which was taken quickly by John Paul Kissock, catching out the entire Hythe defence, who played in Duane Ofori-Acheampong to coolly finish past a stranded Ryan Nicholls. Hythe battled back with a string of chances themselves, but the Hawks could have sealed the points 9 minutes from time after a mazy run around the Hythe half of the pitch from David Martin saw him force a good save from Cannons keeper Nicholls. The task of seeing out 1-0 scoreline became harder after 89 minutes as scorer Duane Ofori-Acheampong was sent off for a second yellow card. 2 minutes later, the Hawks were down to nine men as keeper James Broadbent was harshly shown a straight red card after coming off his line to foul a Hythe attacker, despite covering defenders being in the area. From the resulting free-kick, stand in keeper Alfie Rogers made a fine save and the Hawks survive, taking a huge three points back to Sussex.

Cannons: Nicholls, Cooper, Capel (Pickering 90’), Kinnear, Quinn, Rowe, Woollcott (Walmsley 80’), Carlton, Collin, Okoh (Bartlett 68’), Webster – Subs Not Used: Adonis-Taylor, Carney

Hawks: Broadbent, Walsh, Banya, Emberson, Lopata, Hamilton, Rodrigues, Kissock, Ofori-Acheampong, Muggeridge © (Deda 16’), Martin (Rogers 86’) – Subs Not Used: Robinson, Tighe, Unwin

Goals: Ofori-Acheampong 59’ (Whitehawk)

Yellow Cards: Cooper, Carlton (Hythe); Banya, Ofori-Acheampong (2), Martin (Whitehawk)

Red Cards: Ofori-Acheampong (Second Bookable Offence), Broadbent (Foul Tackle) – Both Whitehawk

Attendance: 229

Hawks Man of the Match: Luke Emberson

Ground

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