EVERSLEY experiencing another Saturday having to make changes in personnel. Matt Angell, Without several key players. Brought in Matt Deadfield and Charlie Dean, Ben Allison, Sam Khera, Kallum Patrick and the returning Kane Macauley.
Dull grey conditions , a brisk breeze and regular plane landing just behind the clubhouse 3G astro turf pitch.
Eversley started on the front foot with good work down both flanks, with Kane Macauley and Kallum Patrick both showing well. Ross McKernan dominated the midfield in the early exchanges bringing good saves from the home keeper.
Matt Deadfield looked dangerous, breaking from deep at every opportunity, while Charlie Dean and young Sam Khera looked assured at the back.
On 15 minutes Ross McKernan made yet another run a the Deportivo defence, this time shooting unerringly into the bottom left hand corner to give the away side the deserved lead.
Deportivo responded by upping their intensity, bringing a good save out of Arron Holt. Eversley saw out the remainder of the half and were the better side for most of the first half, going in one up.
Second half one change for Eversley Jack Kittlesen on up front for Kia Francis. The second half started much like the first.
Eversley enjoyed the best of the chances in the first twenty minute of the half with Kallum Patrick being thwarted by the athletic home keeper who made two very good saves from close range.
Slightly against the run of play, Deportivo scored following another good save from Holt.
Both sides worked hard to find a winner, be to no avail with the game ending in a 1-1 stalemate to earn the Boars an away point.
Eversley and California: Holt, C Robson, Deadfield, Dean, C. Allison(C),Khera, Patrick, J. Allison, K. Francis, McKernan and Macauley.
Subs: Brooks, Dalton, Kittlesen and Hartin
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