Posted by sean on March 29, 2009 at 10:48 pm in Bath City with No Comments

Yesterday I went with Claire to Kent to watch Bath City play Bromley.

Bromley play at Hayes Lane, which is a beautiful, traditional football ground and my favourite in the Blue Square South.

It really was a game of two halves. City battered Bromley for the first 45 minutes. I know it’s an old cliché, but had it been a boxing match, they would have stopped the game.

Unfortunately, City failed to capitalise on the dominance, and despite hitting the cross bar and having a ball cleared off the line, went into the dressing room at half time with the scores tied at 0-0.

I had a bad feeling City would live to regret the missed chances. My fears were confirmed, when early into the second half, Bromley scored. Luckily City equalised minutes afterwards.

The game ended 1-1, despite heavy pressure from Bromley in the closing stages. While both sides were happy they didn’t lose, I think they both felt that they missed a chance to win – Bath especially.

Here’s some photos from the picturesque ground, including a lovely cat that happened to be at there.


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