SPR & PhotoSinthesis draw after fiery affair

The weather-hit fourth round of fixtures took place on November 13 with Singleton Park Rangers and PhotoSinthesis sharing the spoils.

Interestingly enough these sides will face each other once more in the cup after the winter break.

PhotoSinthesis had the first real chance of the game as their captain, Rhy Jones rattled the post with a long range effort.

Jones then had another great chance to score which was saved well by Norwegian keeper Kim Rene.

PhotoSinthesis’ pressure finally paid off after a free kick deflected off the head of Singleton’s midfielder Alex Turcu and past the stranded keeper for the opener.

Tempers were rising as the game went on but the game was calmly dealt with by the referee, and the game went into the break with Singleton still 1-0 down.

Words from the manager must have worked at half time ,for SPR, as they started the second half much better than the first.

A long throw into the box from Alex Siegmund caused havoc in the box and allowed Nick Jolley to tap in from close range.

As the game went into the final quarter, tackles continued to fly in from both sides with the potential of the game boiling over, but the referee  ensured it would not come to that.

In Singleton’s next match on the 16th November, they were beated 3-0 by Ajax Treesdown.

PhotoSinthesis managed a 2-2 draw with Sub-Standard Liege.

The next two games for SPR on the 20th and 23rd continued poorly for the side losing both games (1-3, 0-3).

PhotoSinthesis had mixed fortunes in their two most recent matches also, winning one and losing the other.

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