Rushall feel at home while relegation fears for Waders mount



On the artificial surface which Rushall train and play, is the launch pad for their exhilarating brand of football.

You cannot deny they were the better team, the score line confesses that. From the off Rushall assaulted the away goal with power play that switched the ball from side to side.

The Biggleswade back line stood tall with new boy Clinton Nosakhare, on loan from Oxford United, showing well.

It took Rushall 35 minutes to break the resolute Waders, a shot from the edge of the box by Alex Moore. Biggleswade had their moments and threatened but as usual no confidence to finish. At the break maybe just maybe.

Not to be as Rushall took complete command and over a 15-minute period increased the score by another three. Demetri Brown at the back post in a crush of players on 55.

A mazy run by full back Kirsten Green ending with a tight angled shot beating the keeper on 57 and finally Ben Upper-Shipway with a shot from distance on 72. 

Manager Nunn changed the formation bringing on Vasey, Andoh and Parker both to stem the tide but introduce a more attacking formation.

Some of the Wader’s play was exciting but too little too late. Ronan Silva broke the defence, a through ball from Jack Vasey left the strong SIlva with the difficult task of beating the keeper.

Ronan did it with style. If we could show that amount of application and confidence for 90 minutes the relegation red line would not be looming. Up the Waders.

Mom Clinton Nosakhare