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Corsham Town FC were left to rue a frustrating draw against Longlevens AFC in a thrilling Hellenic League Premier Division encounter on Saturday afternoon. Despite dominating large swathes of the match and creating numerous scoring opportunities, the Reds were unable to convert their dominance into a victory, settling for a disappointing 1-1 draw.

From the outset, Corsham Town FC asserted their control on the proceedings, taking the lead early on through a well-placed strike from Owen Humphries, after a clearance from Nathan Davis’s long throw. The goal set the tone for the first half, with The Quarrymen dictating the tempo and creating a host of chances.

However, despite their dominance, the Reds failed to capitalize on their opportunities, allowing Longlevens to remain in the contest. The home side grew in confidence as the half progressed, threatening Alfie Kelsey’s goal on a few occasions.

Just before halftime, Mark Cooper committed a foul in the penalty area, handing Longlevens AFC a lifeline. The penalty was coolly converted by the number 2, levelling the score and injecting renewed vigour into the contest.

The second half unfolded as a more evenly contested affair, with both teams exhibiting a renewed sense of urgency. Corsham Town FC continued to press for the winner, but a combination of resolute defending and poor finishing thwarted their efforts.

Owen Humphries had a golden opportunity to reclaim the lead in the 52nd minute, but his effort agonizingly grazed the post. Longlevens, spurred by their equalizing goal, also threatened, but they were thwarted by Alfie Kelsey’s impressive saves in the Quarrymans goal.

As the match entered its final stages Corsham Town had another great chance to win the game, but Brandon Mundy put his effort just over the bar.

As the final whistle echoed around the stadium, the scoreline remained deadlocked at 1-1, a fair reflection of the closely fought encounter. Both teams demonstrated remarkable resilience and showcased their ability to create attacking opportunities on a challenging pitch.

While Corsham Town FC may harbour disappointment for not converting their dominance into a victory, they can take heart in their unwavering commitment and the point earned.

Man of the Match: Owen Humphries

Longlevens AFC v Corsham Town

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Date Time League Season Match Day Full Time
November 18, 2023 3:00 pm Hellenic Premier League 2023-24 18 November 2023 0'


Saw Mills End
Saw Mills End, Gloucester, Gloucestershire GL4 3DG


Club1st HalfGoals
Longlevens AFC11
Corsham Town11

Corsham Town

Nathan Davies Midfielder
Alfie Kelsey Goalkeeper
Matt Swan Defender
Mark Cooper Defender
James Rusby Midfielder
Neikell Plummer Forward
Kane Simpson Forward
Dan Demkiv Forward
Ethan Hill Defender
Owen Humphries Forward
Matt Jones Midfielder
Ryan Bath Forward
Brandon Munday Midfielder