Match Data 2010/2011
Havant & Waterlooville 4
Craig Robson (Ramsey, 64)
Mustafa Tiryaki (Sewell, 84)
Sammy Igoe (McDonald, 81)
Nathan Walker (Bowles, 62)
Neil Martin (Allen, 39)
Ryan Moss (Douglas, 75)
The Hawks romped into the final qualifying round of this seasonís FA Cup with a 4-1 battering of Dorset rivals Dorchester Town at Westleigh Park this afternoon.
Mustafa Tiryaki opened the scoring after just 14 minutes when he ran onto a well placed ball back from the line by Wes Fogden, and Manny Williams doubled the score seven minutes later when Fogden provided again.
The Hawks crushed any hopes Dorchester had of a revival after the break when Fogden himself fired home at the post seven minutes in, and despite conceding a consolation goal when Danny Ings volleyed home Steve Devlinís cross, the Hawks finished with a flourish as Tiryaki rifled a stunner into the top corner from 25 yards twenty minutes from the end.
Despite having midweek super signing Dejan Stefanovic on the bench, Hawks boss Shaun Gale opted to make just one change to the side that won at Staines last week. Steve Ramsey dropped to the bench to make way for Manny Williams, back from his one match suspension.
Despite playing catch up for the majority of the game, Dorchester started the brighter side and Ryan Moss almost snatched the lead for the Magpies inside the first two minutes of play when he drove a shot across goal from the left that forced Aaron Howe into a full length dive.
Moss then raced forward again and shrugged off a challenge from Sam Pearce before attempting to lift the ball over Howe from close range on the right. The Hawks keeper batted the ball away however and from the corner Scott Guyatt headed down and wide at the back post.
But it didnít take long for the Hawks to assert themselves, and 14 minutes in, Fogdenís battling run went to the line before he deftly slot the ball back through legs in the box to the back post, where TIRYAKI arrived unnoticed to slam it home unchallenged.
The Magpies replied almost immediately with a surging run that ended with Nathan Walker firing a high cross hard into the six yard box. Howe tried to trap it but managed only to deflect the ball into the path of Neil Martin, who fell to the floor in despair when his volleyed shot at an open goal went wide.
The Hawks though killed any ambitions the visitors had in the 21st minute when Fogden again got into the mix and popped a ball from Tiryaki over the box for WILLIAMS at the back post. The striker had his work cut out to keep the ball away from the cluster of defenders around him, but he managed to turn it for a magical shot that looked set for the side netting before it found its way into the roof of the net.
The explosive start gave way to a quieter period, but before the break Sammy Igoe worked a short corner into the box and fed it through to Fogden, who tried to sidestep a challenge from Moss before firing over the bar.
Havant and Waterlooville 2
Dorchester Town 0
A perfectly timed third goal saw Dorchesterís hopes of a second half revival dashed before they could get going. With the Hawks showcasing some impressive football, Pearce threaded the ball through to Williams, who took it up the wing almost to the line before crossing to the near post. Evans then stood no chance as FOGDENís swift first time volley hooked the ball high into the net.
Tiryaki then blasted a free kick into Ian Selley in the wall as the Hawks continued to hold court, and Williams drove a shot into Evansís arms when set up again by Fogden.
Devlinís corner went out for a second in a rare moment of pressure for the visitors, and Ryan Hill struck a low curling ball viciously toward the near post that Howe struggled to claim.
It was Devlin who then set up the consolation for the Magpies when he crossed from deep on the left in the 69th minute, and as the waist height ball curled into the box INGS leapt to smash a scissor kick volley into the far corner.
But the Hawks saved the best for last and replied with a magnificent goal just two minutes after that. Williams thought he was offside when the ball was put before him, but had time to recover when the flag stayed down. Beating defenders, he took it on to cross back superbly for TIRYAKI on the far side of the box, and the Turkish strikerís 25 yard laser-guided screamer tore unstoppably into the top corner.
The Magpies were unlucky not to add a second when Jamie Gleeson latched onto the ball in the wake of a corner, and with Howe beaten lashed a shot toward the far side that Jake Newton kicked off the line.
In the dying minutes Magpies substitute Gary Bowles managed an unnecessary double fault and got himself sent off just before the whistle. His criminal tackle from behind on Tiryaki was worthy of a red card by itself, but having survived with only a yellow, Bowles was dismissed a minute later when the referee raised the card again with a charge of dissent after a second incident.