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Parr blasts poor defending after defeat
11:59am Thursday 29th August 2013 in Football
RYLANDS’ Cheshire League Division One campaign took a blow on Saturday when they slipped up at Gamesley.
Lee Dermody scored twice for the visitors, but Rylands conceded two quick second half goals to leave empty-handed.
The visitors started brightly and dominated the early stages with Alex Lowe and Liam Walker both forcing saves from the Gamesley stopper.
However, the hosts took the lead during their first attack of the game when an unmarked centre forward was allowed to tap home from close range.
Andy Moor’s long clearance caused confusion in the Gamesley box moments later, allowing Dermody to pounce for his first and level the score with 20 minutes played.
Lowe almost sent the visitors in ahead at the interval, but his curling effort fell inches wide of the far post.
Within minutes of the second half starting, Rylands found themselves two-goals down as the home team effectively sealed the win.
Keeper Moor was punished for an innocuous challenge outside the area and Gamesley took the lead from the resulting free kick.
Two minutes later and, after failing to clear their lines, Rylands found themselves 3-1 down.
They did score again on 70 minutes when debutant Liam Hayes slid in for Dermody to finish coolly and reduce the deficit once more.
“If you score twice away from home you should take something from the game and we have to be better,” said Rylands boss Dave Parr afterwards.
“But you cannot defend like we did and expect anything other than to lose.”
Rylands Moor (GK), Sinker, Green, Swainbank, Tebb, Hayes, Lowe (Rosterne), Waldron, Slater, Walker (Rodgers), Dermody (Sullivan).
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