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Oyinsan in the goals as City oust Sports
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Oct 13, 2018, 17:01

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Buildbase FA Trophy: Peterborough Sports 2 Cambridge City 4

City were in the goals again as they netted four to add to the six they grabbed last week as they safely negotiated their first outing in this season's Buildbase FA Trophy, with Josh Oyinsan again to the fore, netting two more to add to last week's hattrick.

City suffered an early set-back when Sports were awarded a penalty, converted by Jake Newman. City almost levelled when Ebby Nelson-Addy just failed to convert from a corner. However, City were not to be denied and won a penalty of their own, cooly slotted home to the keeper's right by Oyinsan.

City were looking good for more goals and Ryan Sharman flashed a shot narrowly over the bar before former Lilywhite Stuart Wall, almaost gave the visitors a helping hand as he crashed an attempted clearance against his own bar.

Oyinsan then rekindled his efforts of last week when he produced another touch of magic, turning the home defence insdie out before smashing the ball into the top corner from twenty yards.

Sports efforts to get back in the game were then dealt a blow when they were reduced to ten men following a horror tackle. City took full advantage and extended their lead when substitute Jordan Gent met a left sided corner with a thumping header, giving the keeper no chance.

By now City were very much on top, but against the run of play, Sports set up a potential comeback when Lewis Webb reduced the arrears. City were in no mood to let this slip though and finished the game as a contest when James Hall rolled the ball home following a sweeping upfield move late on.

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Cambridge City:
1. Liam Gooch
2. Ben Robinson
3. Jack Wilkinson
4. Ross Paterson (c)
5. Gui Mailancol (booked)
6. Joe Robinson
7. Lewis Whitehead
8. Ebby Nelson-Addy
9. James Hall Goal 87
10.Ryan Sharman
11.Josh Oyinsan Goal Pen 33, 64

Subs
12.Adam Capel
14.Nathan Olukanmi 7(78)
15.Isaac Maynard 9(90)
16.Andre Olukanmi
17.Jordan Gent 5(77) Goal 83

Peterborough Sports:
1. Lewis Moat
2. Andre Williams (booked)
3. Liam Marshall
4. Stuart Wall (booked)
5. Richard Jones (c) (booked)
6. Mitchell Griffiths
7. Avelino Vieira
8. Daniel Bucciero
9. Jake Newman Goal Pen 4
10.Mark Jones (sent off)
11.Joshua Moreman

Subs
12.Jordan Brown
14.Lewis Webb 9(64) Goal 84
15.Paul Malone 11(77)
16.Daniel Lawlor
17.James Connell

Referee: Jacob Lehane (Leicester)
Assistants: Zachary Parris (Bury) and William Ottaway (Rugby)

Attendance: 211

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