Rejuvenated Banyers in seventh heaven
Banyers 7 Gransden 1 BANYERS hammered seven past a helpless Gransden, with Asher Wilson s hat-trick helping the hosts consolidate their fourth place league finish. After a lively start, there was not much between the teams early on, and only a James Od
Banyers 7 Gransden 1
BANYERS hammered seven past a helpless Gransden, with Asher Wilson's hat-trick helping the hosts consolidate their fourth place league finish.
After a lively start, there was not much between the teams early on, and only a James Oddy header separated them at half time.
However, the hosts soon put their relegation-threatened opponents to the sword, with Steve Cawdell sliding the ball home to double his side's lead.
Young Wilson then grabbed his first, before coolly slotting in a second, with his speed and skill causing havoc in the Gransden defence.
Sipho Tibe then made it 5-0, before Wilson fired in his third following a defensive error.
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Gransden did reply with a late consolation, but Banyers substitute Lee Wilkinson added to their misery with another confident strike.
Manager Darren Dyer said: "At Christmas we were bottom of the division.
"We're now fourth, and I'm delighted with the turnaround."
Banyers: Pigg; Lewis, Cawdell, Halfacre, Waldock; Glennon, Oddy, Osborne, Morgan; Wilson, Tibe. (Sub): Wilkinson.