We visited Camberley Town FC who had beaten us at home 42 days ago by 5-0, in what was a chastening defeat for our club.  We were expecting another tough game, however we dug deep and were about to record a 2-1 victory from a gritty and resilient performance from our team – we will need more of these performances as the season draws to a close.

We welcomed into the goalkeeper berth Faebian Witter who replaced Toby Colwell who was unwell; Faebian played very well and his goalkeeping skills belied his young age; it was a very good debut performance.  Thompson Adeyemi came back into midfield after missing out against Farnham Town in midweek, having recovered from injury.  We were missing Carl Obiltey through injury so TJ was put up front to lead the line.

In the opening exchanges we were more than a match for our opponents on a pitch that was not conducive to playing free flowing football.  It was a bit of a surprise when we went 1-0 down after a long throw in that was not defended well by ourselves.  However, we responded positively and drew level on the stroke of half time through Ethan Nelson-Roberts, who was on the end of a deep free kick into the Camberley defence which was not cleared and he was able to bundle the ball into the net.  HT 1-1.

As the second half began we were definitely in the ascendency and it was that man again who put us in front after great work from Sirak Negassi on the left wing, who burst down the left wing and crossed to TJ who then passed onto Ethan Nelson-Roberts to record our second goal; it was no more than we deserved.  With over 30 minutes to play we fully expected a Camberley onslaught but this never materialised and to be truthful they did not create many chances.  We ended up seeing out the 9 minutes of injury time to record our first points in the league since just after Christmas.

This was an excellent result especially when the other results were known from the other teams in the relegation zone; there is still a lot more work to do but there is no doubt the team are playing very well and the future is very optimistic.

We return home to the Reg Madgwick Stadium, where we entertain Alton FC, who are pushing for a play-off play currently, if we play like we did against Camberley it should be a good game, why not come down and watch us?